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Sketcher. The Lime—Kila Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

I The Lhne-lt\ln Club. 'I hev n pitifbim lu-nli,' said Brother Gardner as the meeting opened, 'from thirty ciiH'd people of Nil'« ??:in1 dis Lime-Kiln OJiib to use oil its ih. I -..-«? lo secure do re stbroshun of capital punishment in Michigan. Long ago dis'club announced its stand on tint qneshun, nnf it bi\3 thrown its infiooence in favor 6£ ft law, but it nm plain 'nufl tint tho present Lcgislachur' doan' intend to make tiny radical move. We' shall, dnrfore, pny no fiirdcrnttenshiin tn pitisbunti. It nm evident dat wo nr1 too good nn' nice nn' eoft-honrted in din Stait. ' We call it barbarous to hang a murderer. Ho am n horo who Bliould be presented witl bouquets and poetry. If he happens to lio poo' wo should chip in to furnish him a lawyer/ AH his acquaintances should try hard to remember dnt he hns always nctcii qneerly, nn' dat he must hev bin insane when ho committed do deed. If lie am ncciden tidily foiin' guilty his lawyer mus' move fur anew trinl on new evidence, an' do ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XIII. CAUGHT AND CAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

? ; ^^4^$wji|e^=)'J^'' ?', ? ? '?,'.''---V^.^-'' ; .v--!% ','????'?.?.?1 '? , ?;?;?-? Jin',:! ;? ,, . AM).* . ? Q ,;?. ; ...,-. ? ? ? .. Y;E^§' OF;SUFFERING ;;- ? ;-'- ?' ? -?;:?'??' '' '♦♦«' '? '... ? ' ?? :-''. --;?? ?-?'?? An AuiOBiooKArnvv' : (Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of ?; :'i'1867by Special Permission.) ??? ??? V,:'^!.^vOHAPTEii;:xnr.- v--v -?? . ; . caugHt. and, caged. .. ' . Years and years ago, when Ifirsfc linked , myself to'cririieyl used'to think that tlio craftiness-df tiiilt was identical with' in tellectual ability,' and that criminal :curi nirig was only .another:' rianip^for '? tlio '?'??? clovprness^ which ^ comiijands ,,tlip world's Buffragfs';; Having ii redundancy of this Bamo cunning,, I mistook ibfor talent, and considered myself :i :geilius, .? when, in reality, I. was only a fool.1 ; With a mind largely inflatod by- vnnityi'!hnd not over weighted with' common sdnse,1 ? I regarded lnysolfas soaring above tlio vul^r honest oai'thworinsrat'6und:irne,i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. In Nature's Dual Realm. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

'?wwflBP ..1 1 1 ? . ? ? »-.PJ_ Ipoe tu\-. :-,',!»' Kattive's Dttallieuhn. , ?TIs tlio land of imrabrtnl bloom, ' ,-; Whcro palms arc waving and ferns arc green';1 Wbllpfar to the sullen pole',.' .'?:.',. i Thorcatless.,waters roll', ' ', . ; , Tq;tlip.icy. beach^-and thdsnowy.Bky , ;,',.,' Gleams cold and calm to the voyngor's c ye ) '?' And thomqanidf tbe.nearingatbrmV/, ,,??' Through, the cordage. awcop;.:.. .?;...' Arid tho iceberg's speotral form '?',.,,.' ,.'. Looms ;p'cr tho nngry.doep, ?..?,'.. '. O'er.battlemont8 of crystal glare ''..''. ','.,. '.'.', And amethystine glow ; .'.,!. .'.;..,..,'' j,/, ,.'.-. But night and Bolitudo ajo there, ?'? Throned on.tho cheerless floe I .?,,:: See o'er yon tropic wave Thoseagull,li|-htlylswecp1 ,,', - .1 .;';?...?.. ' , And. morning beam's upon the breakers' sleep ; ? ]?ar;in tboiglade the trailirisjfern, ' . ; , TbefriiUagedimlyWd, ;,'.;i. V'., :,, ; Past, _bj-,tlio broad, translucent lake y,. J?heti)ngled-yilds,an;'id.;,.- ,..,,. Ohan...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
THE JENNIE DEAN MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

'mi; JE.VXIIi DKA .V MISF. Col. Brown win evidently bcnl on showing his regard for me. To-day h* would nik me to stroll down to tbc po3t-ofiic? with him, at the same time presentinzmc with oue of his half-crown Hnvanos. To-morrow he would take me up to his ollico to look at some fine specimens of ore from his mine, the (JipiT luecn, which netted him a cool £200 a month. The next -lav be would take ins lor a spin behind life £250 trotter. All this rcns very pleasant td me, for Col. Brown was the great ' I am ' of De Lux, a mining camp at that time in the zenith of its glory. I began to shine from the reflected radi ance of the mighty colonel. Men who, a month before, would pass me. with a cool nod, now took me wide, and asked my opinion on this and Uiat Bpecimcn.and begged me to speak favorably to the cokmel ot their pro spect hole. ; This homage was all the more pleasing to me as I was smarting from a sense of failure. In the last'-'tbrce years I bad planted three thousand pounds in...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Street of the Burnt Woman. A LEGEND OF MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Street of the Jiurnt Woman. A Legexd of Mexico. A well-known street of the Mexican capi-, tal is La Calk de la Qiumdiii, or ' the Street of tho.Burnt Woman,' whose romantic story is told in. nn ancient parchment document, duBty '.and long forgotten. ',,-,..'. ; It was' two centuries ago tliat the actOH in this drama lived and moved and bad thr ir being, but tho story of their lives comes duwri to us o£ -.to-day full oE a fresh and yivid' memory, as o£ people we might. know. And strangely cnotigh it. 13 n pleasant story, too, notwithstanding its dark stain.of human suf-. fering ; perhaps because, tragic, as were the. events, tbc outcome of intense passions, they partook not o£ the taint of intrigue,., of treachery and dishonor, that too often char acterised, the love affairs of the hot-blooded Spaniards. For this is a story of love and heroic sacrifice, and the lessons, it teaches are all sweet and wholesome. j ?Marina' Aniya was; one', of: the loveliest, maiileiis of Nii'cva Ilispan...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

Balranald Municipal Council, The usual fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held on Monday ev ning. Thoie were present, the Mayory Aldermen Boytiton, Griuhaiu, Barlow aud LaWson, The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed; Tho newly olecteduldoi man (Dr. Law son) here entered the Chambor, und af ter the Council Clerk read Aldormau Luwson's sworn declaration!/ that gentle' man took his seat at the Council table. Accounts amounting to £32 4s 5d wore passed for payment. ^: The bank-book was- tabledand ahoi/eil a debit balanoe-of £46 13s*ld, .; The outward and inward correspon dence was gone through and considered. Inward— Department of Lands noti fying the Council that ths sum of £74, on account of tree-planting ftfnd wits placed to the credit of tlie Municipality. From Walgett Irrigatiou League re water conservation, A reply to bo for warded Unit this Council has done all they cun'to further such schemes. A.J.S. Bunk drawing the attention of the Council lo the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Creswick Cup Presentation [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

.^ ? : — : ? ire Oreswiok Oup Presentation A moat pleusnnt evening was passed at tbo 'Biilrannld. Hotel on Saturday, when the Creswick Challenge Cup wus presented to Mr. Lord, for his all round convincing averages in the departments of cricket during last season. ..-; The President of the B.O.C. (Mr. J. fl. Murphett.) occupied the chair, Mr. R. D. Murray doing the duties of ,vice cliuirman ; the latter: npoii^ being culled, proposed the health of tho donor of the cup (Mr. Oreswiok) and in doing so stiid : Since I have been . in the dis trict, I have known ^at'1, all times Mr. Creswick to take a great interest, in all matters ielntihg to hiiuity sports, and I cnnnot-Bpeiik in tow high torms of that gentleman.: I am sure we all regret his absence to-night, but the time being a liusy ono, Mr. Creswicfc was not able to be present to-night. The toast was heartily and musically honoured. The Chairman on behalf' of Mr. Creswick suitably replied and read a letter from the donor of the cup, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

y.,Hollowuy 'a Ointment nnd Pills.— Diseases of tlie Bowles.— A remedy, which has been tested and proved in a ' thousand different wuys, cnptible of ' eradicating poiflononH taints from alcers and henling them np, merits n trial of its cupaoity for extracting the internal corrnptiotiR from the bowls, On rub bing Hollowny's Ointment repeatedly on the abdomen, rush appears, and »h it thickens the nlvine i.rrit nEiilily sub sides. Acting as n derivative, this oint ment draws to the, snrfuce, releases the tender intestines from utl acrid mutters, and prevents inflammation, dysentory, and piles, forwhich blistering was the old-fashioned, though successful treat ment, from iis puinfulness fallen into disuse, the discovery of this Ointmnnt having proclaimed a renieily possessing equally derivative, yet perfectly pain less, powers, American Co's BSop Itittcrs arc the B'urcst and Kest Hitters Ever fll;i-lc. They nro compounded from Hops, Malt, Buclin, iVJfttulralco nail Dnndoiiou, — tlio old...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein Police Court MURGAH SHEARERS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

]^ Police Courti'i MTTRGAH SHEARERS' STRIEBl , On Tuesday, the' 6th inaC.-,- tne' eases' ngainat the Murguh shearers',' which1 was; previously brought up at the' Moulamein Police Gonrt,- on the' _30t,n' ultimo,- and dismissed on a' technical point were again heard befiwe E- Li Rowling,. Esqi,. P,M-.,' of Bulranuld. Mr. Edwards, aolicitor,- of Deniliquin, appeared for the pkintiff,. bwb there1 waB no appearunOB of any of the de fendants.- The first case brought on was that against John Hlenry Jnbl-r who1 was oharged by Albert Sydney Austin, with absenting himself from his hired eervice,- without' reasonable' cause. Service' of siumncrtis- being, proved by first-class Constable Luke' Queenan, from Denil'iquiiv on the 1st inst., and the case heard ex- purte. Albert Sydney AuBtin being duly' sworn,- deposed that he was manager for Messrs. Albert Austin and Thomas Millear, the owners' of Murgah station, which is situated 22 miles from Moula mein. On the 28th July he engaged Jubb as a ser...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

' Yott Don't Know Tjikih Value. '— 'They. cured me of biliimiHiieas aiui kitlnoy 'complnint, as recomiiicudiul I Imd a half buttlo loft' tthiuh I used for thy two little girls' .who tliu doctors mid and ncipiibnura said Could, not bo ourod I nm confident I should lmvo lost both of them ouo night' if I hail nut liml the American Co't Hop Bit ter's in' my house to uso That is wliy I aay you do not know half the virtue of Amoiicuu Hop Hittern, nnd do not recommend thorn highly enough.' See ~ NOTICE, ~ AtiL IToRsJJs and CATTr.t! fotind trrs piihsiiig on Canally and Waldara runs »ftor thin dntp Will be impounded JAS..liA\VllENCE & SOJNa. Canally, 1st April 1886. Notice. pAfcirtTERS Wantedi . With -flanta XL piefurruih Applv. MANAGER Magenta ESulrunuiri BM-mu and I^ife ESaud. Annual SiEtiTiHG. njlHE postponed ANNTJAL MEET X ING of Committee and Members of tho ubovc will I'O held at Mr. R. B. Souihee'H.ou MONDAY evening next, 1,9 ill inst.y at 8.30 punctual. ? FRANK HAHT', ' ? Hun....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

.... Hospital Meeting, ; The usual monthly meeting of the above institution was held at M'Mahons' Coiiimercial Hotelj on Friday iveuing. Tliere'were present Messrs. T. H. Bbyn ton,' (president,, in. the chair) Close, Kiehui'dHonr Cameron, Smith, Kiclcl, Wightman, and Murray, I-V, Lawsbn was also present. ; , The minutes of the previous meeting were read nnd confirmed, ?,.'?-. ; . Tlie visiting committee's5 and medical officer's report) were received and udop feed, . ,? ;?;.?: ???[:} ;,:, ..;'.\. :'-.-,- ? Accounts amounting to £54 15s 3d were passed for payment. v The bank hook wiis: tabled, showing a credit bajance of £31 I4s 8d. : ''; The,; outward ;:correapondence ; was reiid. ''-- -^ ??'-'?: ????-,-?- ??:-. ??,????.-.??. Mr, Close;; I have noticed that some persbiis lia've lately been rembviugsand from the private property of the heapt tnl without the, authority of the com niiitee, I bring this mutter forward aa a member of committee for the pur pose of Rhowing those parties whc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
In and Around Swan Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

In and Around Swan Hill. (From the T. & O. Journal) The* town of Swnn Hill (othcrvrisa Known as Castle Donningtou) is situa on the Victorian bank of the River Murray, nud near thu eastern end of Puntal Island, for the ownership of which thero was a long and somewhut Bitter struggle) ljeiw«eii the Victorian and New South Wales Govornments. The dispute wus sottled by the Privy Council in favour of the Victorians; and Pen tul Island has for many yeuis Been recognised us an integral portion of Victoria. Swuu Hill is iu the Witn mem electoral district, nnd is the third port in Victoriu as regards shipping. 'When the forty-five miles of raihi'uy from Kerung to Swuu Hill me com pleted an impetus will, no doubt, be given to the trade of tho district. The town contuins some 300 inliuliitunta, and is the farthest removed fiom the business centres of Victoriu. There is an excellent water supply ; and, as shown in our illustrations, the wuter tower is a prominent feature in the view of ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Land Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

: Land Legislation. ; An impoidtiit Atutpnicnt wgnrding tlii' nniciiilinent nf tlio Li'Tid Act was nuido, 8»%vb the Sydney cm-ipfipondont of tlio 'Argus,' Ity (lie MiiMNter for Ltinds in icplying (o u doputiitinn from the Gil^nuiiiti und Nyningeo PttHtornl Associiition on the Otli iiist. TJie ilopn tntion suggested Unit us a menus of dfinlin' with the difliciilttes ntlendinc nettloiiiont in the Rcrub connlry, Ipiisph for 21 years should ho granted ut the reiitnlV fixed l-y the local lnnd boards : and that corapen.satioii kIiohIc) lib paid to outgoing tennnta for improvvniputs docliued by the local land bo.ird.s to he necessary for successful grazing occupa tion of .tlio conn try. It wait further jirnpos d that tho ti^ht of appeal in opi'ii c- tii't nhould be yinnted iu respect to nil leaseholds, whnllim- 'the rent in fixedat the minimum or otherwise, und that iir the resumed amis, owing to the sjii'ciul of pine und othor scrubs, were now deserts and bnrViors for rabbits, the prcKont...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 14 September 1887

General News. ? -DiBtriot Court Judges. — The system' adopted with regard to the payment of' the travelling expenses of District Court Judges is (says the *'S. M. Hor uld.')t receiving the consideration of the Minister for Justice, und ub that sys' tern. & open to u considemble amount of objection it is very probable that ''an' alteration tn it wilt shortly be tnude. Mr. Clarice has had a return prepared, tin which the expenses of each of the District Court Judges while on circuit are set out. From that it appears that the expenses of ono of the Judges were £200 in access of any of his confreres. This is not the worst feutuie in this ease. One or two of the Judgns, when on judicial business, have, it is said, nc copted the proU'ered hospitality of squat ters in the districts visited, have tuken up their residence at their lionaea, nnd have driven abont in the squatters' buggies, and debited the Govmimont «t the same time with hotel expenses. This pruclieo is regarded by the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Gazette Notices1. ? PastohXi, Rents. — 'l lio a h ft u ill rertts of tho following piVsfofal leases and oc cupation licenses iA tlifi Central' iind Western fiivisioto Appear in tlio Go tornment ?' Qnzette,' tlated 12th Sep tombawv Contval^-l'ooiii Boon, Cump bells Island, Chalt Sing, Moolobmooit, Nyittig, fjio-Mth, Murgah) Murray downs. North Wnkool, Uuratta, De'ni!! qmlt, Rtindylunibliih, Morngo, Quia hloiig, Jtelool, Koii Keri. Yangni Moolpa, Tula. Wester it — TurieC, Kil fera, Tarcopla, l'nil Ban, Till Ti l, Mu tenta, Claie, Boom iiricool, Mil iee Cliffs Burtundy, 'i'apjo, Tupulin( ArumpOj Obi Gol, Garnpang Moorat'rtj Mnlifiedj Philca, Para, Cimiilly, Arlihgtoli Phtiiis. Tile rents on pastoral leases apply from the date of notification of 1 ho division of tho pastoral holding iii eacil busd un til tlio expiration of tiie first period of tiie lease (5 years); Koi1 tiie secoiid period tl;,a ithhuiil reilts Vvill beincrcilscd byonofourth. The fil'st pei'iod of the oeuupatioli liceii...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Shearing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Shearing Notes: - One. of the_rppi-!s('ntiitiv«ti of thb Amalgamated Shearers' Union reports --to the following to the :? WeutWorth ' Advobiitp;'' - Sintie lny last repott from Gol Gul - fetation I liuvtj lit en in another striken' ? Glen Einu station; J. Tyson owner. Hi* tifiered us £1 per 100, for nil the dry fcheepi und 18s ' iiiei- 100 for all the vest, With all the meat, given in, Und' rations lit cost price, but we' refused. . He is iiow tiheuring with rabbiters; learners,, hud a few black legs. Siucb I left Glen Emu i lmve started . ? life. slurring at Paika Lake station with. ~i» stuUhCh Union Crew; everything here 'to satisfaction on both sides; ? One of the Severest bail ? slnrnii ever fexperienced in the district pusseil. here bti the 1st inst; but thanks to Mr. Mac pherson for tlie _ quarters provjiledj'lwe nilt nti ilitionvt'lliHiice ' friim the storin :Tlie hut in weatherboard, with a gnod . ' libartied floor and large brick iiie-pliico, situated on the biilik of Paika...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

1bum6t\ Personal Proacliing — 'Sir,' eaid a lady, una lino Sunday, to a olcrgyman, ju»t after tba morning sorvico was conoluded, 'sir I hopo that you will not proach that sermon ngnin.' ' Why not, madam ?' ^ ?? it waa very porsonal.' 'Indeed? What part of it ?' ' Oh, that part about worldly -mindodnesa ond covctousncss.' ? ' But how could that bo personal— tho re marks wero genorol enough ?' ' You may not havo intended to apply personally, but the congregation will.' , ? ? 'To whom, madam f' ' Why, to mo.' Tho lady and olergyman parted, but not very cordially, as sho oould not extort Irom him a promise novor to proaoh against worldly-mmdodneso any moro. A weolc passed, and oo tho Sunday lollowing tho eamo olorgyinan preached on tho subject of 'providing all things honest, ' oto.; his text occurring in tho-Borvioo ot tho day, whioh generally guided him in tho selection of sub jects. In this Bormon— thought he— thora is surely nothing to arouse tho toolings ot the lady who complained ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

©Dbs anb Elite. Coleridge and Pigopetta.— And do you know that ' Tno Tale of tho Ancient Ma rinor' was born down yonder on tho other sido of this great son — tho Pnoiflo? Ma gellan, or rather Fornando Magcllnno, tho l'ortugoso navigator, under tho flag of Spain, took with him a historian, Pigopetta by namo, who gavo tho world ono of tho groatoat books that has over boon torgottonl I doubt if it ban ovor boon trnnolntcd into English, though it may bo. But I found it in tho library in Moxioo oity ; and ita pages tairly I glowod. Yea, I know that wo aro told that this woird and nondorful story of tho ' Anoient Marinor ' iB puroly imaginary, opium oating and all that. But Coleridgo was a ravonous reader. Lamb says ho would uttorly dovour a library, ovon to tbo cataloguo. And surely when reading up to lound hiB colony in Amariaa, ho mnst havo lallon in with Pigo potta's account of tho vory first voyngo around tho oirclo of tho globo. But ot courso, it ia no disparagement to tko great poe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

SlaMes' Column* Jennie Juno's Opinions.—' Than journalism there nro fow harder tilings that n girl can try, if instead ot confining herself to occasional faahion notes and gossip oorrc epondenco, oho takes n plnco on tho regular staff of n paper and ehouldero oomo of tho serious work of journalism. For tho fiva yoara that I wob on tho weekly and Sunday Timoa tho stall novor oxoccdod tbroe, nud for tho moBt part included only two poreonB, That waa iu war timoa, too, when pooplo ox pscted a good deal of lifo and firo from thoir papotB. Between ub wo wroto tho wholo sheet exoopt tbo weeklv short stn™. ''1 was tho cxchango oditor, tlio dramatio critio, tho musical oritio nnd tho book rovicwor. I nevor turnod in loss tbnn two columns, brond columno thoy wero too, ot editorials nnd anothor column and a halt of minion oditorinl sketches of politioinnB and generals. With all this I kopt up a column and a half of my speoial department, ' parlor and Bidowalk gossip,' and attandod to protty mu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

i Tiiut axd SoiiKHNiiss.— What is^ tlio best family in j ticlno iu tho world to rcgulato tho bowels, piuify tho lilaod, roniovo costiveneBS and.biiiiunsjiess, aid digestion, and sthnuluto tho whilo ay^toin!1 Truth und soberness' compel us to answer, American Co's Hop Imturs,, bolug pure, purfuct und liurinless. ?'?SUhs '.-'V .

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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