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Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Tfocnltfo, Atmospheric Humidity.— Tho nmount of nqticuiia vnpor that l.'iu urmospltera i.t cap able of holding vnries with ita tcmpcraturo, beiug greater whon tho air is warm, greater in Summer than in Wintor and greater in a warm than a oold climate. Tho relativo humidity cxeroisaH a powerful influence upon animal and vegetable lifo. It is a well-known fact that tho inhabitants of a dry climato arc as a rulo, thin and sallow, whilo thoso living in a moist insular country havo well developed figures and fresh, ruddy complexions. It is to tho greater drynoss of this oountry that wo owo tho noouliar nhisinuo of our neonlo. whioh is so different from that ot our English Ancestors. Scbagintwoit, a German, who travollcd extensively in this country, notes this peculiarity, assorting that wo aro very proud of tho leanness ot our women : ' Ac cording to Pottonkofer and Voit, tbo human body exhales from tho lungs and skin twonty oight ounces in twenty-four hours and ot this a littlo ovor sev...

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

PASTORAL Balranald.' — O— Rirtrina Rteorxltr Offico, Tuesday Kvoninir. Tlio weather' dur?f*g tlw past week has boon dulightfully fine, cool nights and warm days, tho latter sulTioieutly sa to roitiiml ns of tho near approach of summer. Wool Arrivals. — Tho following touts of wool arrivoil duiini? tho wrolt Utli Pailta 1 s Ohm Emu, 2; 151 ti, l'alka, 3; Claro, S; IGtli, Till Till, 3; Paika, 1 f 17thf Mulundu, '2 -^Kilt'erik 7 ; l'Jlli Paikn, 4, .Shearing Notes. — Oxlo.v cut out Inst week, niul BiimtiiQl; bngau on Monday, 10th inst Tupra starts next .Monday. Stock Movenionti.— At Oxley on tho I2tli inst, 425 fat oattlo orossod from Connomara Rtation, Tarrara Crook, Messrs. Cox, Dow ling nnd Co. owners. ( O, 15. Laniotto in charge, Tlioso' are tho finoit let. of eattlo cr»nSoil thero this season. Oil 15th inst., 10,000 sbdup from Baihiu Park, purchased t by Mi sers. Parson nnii'D'tll, of Toogaimbio. ,On 17th itist, 314 rams from Z tra station to Tarclla, aud 210 from Eli Elwab to Jona ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Wine That Conquer's Care. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

The Wine That Conquer's Care, Nay, trown not, laircst 1 Ohido no moro, Nor blama tho blushing wino ; Its fiery lips aro innooont When thrills tha pulso with tbino. Go, leavo tho goblet in my hand, Bat veil thy glances bright, Lost wino and beauty mingling hero, Should wreok soul to-night. Thon, dcarost, to tho ancipnt vino, In Bculpturod beauty rare, Bow down thy red, arched lip and quaff Tho wino tllat oonqucrs oaro ; And broatho upon tbo glowing onp, Till thns its perlumes bo Sweet aB tha scent ol tho orango groves , Upon somo tropio soa. Thon whilo tho fingors^dly stray In dallianco o'er tho lyro, Sing to mo lovo, somo rare old song That guBhcd Irom heart otfiro — Song such aa Grooian phalanx hymned, When Iroedom's field was won, And Persia's glory, with tho light, Faded at Marathon, Sing till tho shouts of armadmen Iiing bravely out onco moro 1 Sing till again tha ghont-whita fonts Shino on tho moonlit Bhoro 1 Bid from their molanoholy graves Tho buried hopoa to start, I knew er...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Tub follownig telegram lias boon taken from tho Jicho : — ' It is roportcd that gold bus been discovered at Mount Darnick, on Munfred run, about 40 miles from Ivanhae. 'I'horo are nlrendy 400 men on the field, uud tlrey are massing in great numbers. A great rush oxpoctcd.' Ileiioviug this news to bo a little exaggerated, wo telegraphed to our cr»r respondent ntlvenhoo for further particu lars and received the following reply ' Ivauhoo, 20th Soptomber — About the Manfred gold rush great exuiteinent still pre vails hero, and very contradictory reports : are enrront. No roliablo information is yet to bund men have gone out from Ivau hoe to inspcct, and Mr, Warden Gower at WilcunuM inspects tho country oflicially this week, ivhen wo expcct to hear the full par ticulars. Ivanhoo being the nearest point arraugenient8 have boen made by tlio Mines Department to issue miners rights here, and Seniiir-Constublo 1'iggott bus been appointed Mining Registrar for this part.' Auothor letter Bearing...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boys' Column. Jock o' the Mill. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

3B0\-5' Columiu Jocko' the Mill. As ovory ono knows, it waa not bo many conturios ago that tho borderland between England and Sootland waa oonoidcrcd lair huntiug-ground lot thoso who livod within rcasonnbla distance of tho Tweed. It was claimed by various lords wbo probably bad small right to it, but who triod to cnforco thoir rights with littJo regard to thojuBticoof thoir ol&imo. Aftor Ohovy Ohaso tho ill-fooling between tho border clans becamo still moro bitter, and involved tho unhappy peopla wbo livod in tho neighborhood ill still creator misery than be fore. Tho raids of tho English wero avongod by tho Scots, and vice versa, nnd numbcrloBS potty encountcxB took placo of which neither history nor ballad takes any noto. Tho Baron ot Melton was ono of tbo ohiol raiders. In laot, in spite ot hiB title, ho waB no bottor than a oommon robbor. His mis deeds wero connived at by tho English Govern ment because ho was useful in cheoking the ndvancc of th,d gpots, of whoso inroa...

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

A Public Meeting; A pnlilio meeting of the residents of Biilnuiul'd nnd diHtriot wus held ut the Council Ciiu iu bars ou JYiduy evening lust, Tlio Mayor in- the' olniir, nnd iibont 50 poopler present), Tlie meeting had been convened by udvovtinemont in the 'Recorder,'' for tlio purpose' of urging ot- the Government the immedi ate tieoousity of piling the river bank in Coui't-stieet, und thus Havo tlio street from being svushed uwu.v, as in time tlie nntrnncH to thu town by way of Goun' Htri'Ut wi'ttld bn impiiKsiilih'. Tlie M iyor atutfd wliat tlio Council hud done in tho mutter, and also pointed out tho absolute necessity nf having tho work dono.r ITo then culled upon Mr. Bonty to rond tlio letter received from Mr. Cramsie us well as the petition tlmt hud bunn drawn up and whiuli thnso prespnt. would be asktld to sign. TIih following is the petition Which wiik Biunoil by 75 residents of the town und 'district, viz.; — To Tub Hon., Tub Minister of Puni.io Works, Sydney. Sir, — Wo th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

6dofc Stinles. Tho Baby-Kins of Rome.— When M.irio ' louisu baru u son, h'ko wan designated King Of'Bomo, tho Emperor Napoleon I. wnu . . highly pleated, mid mule groat interest in tbo child, a frolic with whom always put him . into good humor. Persona who oamo nt Mich vimcH to solioit favors vrero pretty oura /? to bo graciously received. M. V., a man ot real talent, who was nt onco highly informed nnd very poor, miked lor an appointment ; but, having no patron, . threo or tour nstitiona whioh ho nreaontod novor roaobed tbo hands of tbo emperor. Worn oat, impatient, nnd daily growing pooror, ho devised n stratagom which would havo been worthy of a courtier of Louis XiV. Necessity often inspires happy thoughts ; ho draw 'tip, with great caro a* littlo petition, whioh V.a addressed to 'His Majesty, tho King ol Homo.' Ho asked for n place worth ono hundred louio ; this wa3 a vory modest request. Full of hopo of success, ho wont to M. D., n BUi'iorior officer, who was aide-do-camp to t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 20. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

TK5jK-iJEIAMS. Syhnky, September 20'. Among the Bills to bu ini.ro'luued this session are the following : — Local Government, hill. amending Land Bill, bill to itniend Insolvency Laws, Cowl Minors Regnlution Bill, Mining «m Privato Property Bill, und- amending Licensing Bill. Five thousand persons attended' the annual celebration yesterday of tlie Permanent Way' Branch of the New South Wales railway service ut Botany. Tho Ministey give their Purliuuiontu?y dinner on Friday night.. The British subjects in Samoa intoiwll proceeding against tlie German authori ties for tho destrucrion of property. Mr. Carruthers will move, and Mr. S. E, Lees will second the mldi-bss fn reply to the Governor's speech,. . The Opposition meets to-day when it is expected .tlmt Mr.- Dibbs will be oleoted leader. At Perth oil -Saturday the inliubir tants paraded the streets . with the elligy of Governor Broome, 'which tlity' afterwards banged and hnriied'. Tlio Primate, on belinlf of his olergy. mado .a' pre...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Parting the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Parting the Hair. U is, truly , a strange fact that among people in tho remotest antiquity tho 'middle' or woman a part' ehoutd have been eo univer pl in both sexes, ond in both tho high and low walks of life. MayhaD nature taught man this simple trick ot style, inasmuch as straight hair has a natural tendency to divide itself evenly on C.ol. ? , - ;istrue of that ancient people the Egyptians, who, though they wero wont to shave their heads through motives of cleanliness, yet in tho making of their huge periwigs, displayed tho middlo parting. Of this custom tho Greeks and Ilomans wero borrowers. No' vestige of tho side parting is met with in tho classic days. This deviation from tho general custom was not dejtined to make its appear ance tiH many ccnturiea later, and very liko it is that it took its rise under some circum stanacs whioh called for distinctive hair part ings for the two ecxcs. Among tho ancients, maid and matron divided their tresses in thio manner upon the crown of t...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, .t»tl ?t:ittoiv SV flouts, 3?j»f«cvs; SVuftionoovsi, and piul Struts, US' A Bj SI A A Oi IS. LAND AGENCY, MALCOLM' & BEATY Are prepared' to' DRA W up APPLICATIONS! Under elW Crown fiimdsi Act of 188-#. Ami' puss through tlW XsAJSny OFTTICE, Also appears ut t lie Local Land; Court, - And' attend to' any lAXW BVSlirflSS tC'-theiri^W/^' '.- . Fiill information and' particnlara' on land Matters to tin liiul from MALCOLM & BEATY, '? Biilriuiiild.' ' THE Australian .Tomf Stock Rank. XtacorpomtcU by Act of Council, 1833. PAID UP CAPITA L— .ffiOO.OOO, with power to increase tn, £1,000,000. Rr.nr.itvK l'irsn— i2(W,ooo, fin AD OFFICE: Sydney. CONDON OFFICE : 2 liiso Wiihau Btiuikt, Eltf Brnnclicn throughout Now South Wales ami Queens IU111I : Agunts In ail' tli* otlior Colonlos ami fn CJro.it Britain, AmcrU'ity TntUn, Clihin ; anif -orre?iionilcr.-. . tlie principal cities of tlio world*.. Tln Bank discounts hills, grants cash cretTlts, mattes ulvancos...

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

BalraiiaJd^ Hotel . . - (Tatpersall^) jl!j- li'lhllL'' til U x''u ll N lirnv i ik- ll the nlmvo well-linottii Hotel. It will 1)6' litr endeavour to conduct, tli.o business bii that it iniiy eonipilra favourably with the leading Metropolitan. Hotels ill attractiveness anil comfort. ; l_vory attention paid to Boarders and ViJtoin. ' . The largest and moat commodious house in town. Wtttji, tVfVg, & £'i-Mtj5 at tUc gwuuljss atwiifys in jforft. First-class Stabling. Billiards. A M. J. MURPIIY, *7*' i Proprietress. EMERY'S ' Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, PlloFIUKTOltB. ll J ESS RS. M' MA HON BROS. I. eg 111. to notify to tlio publie of Bul l'liiinlil nml district, that they have taken the above well-known Hotel, und l)u|io by giving :? every- attention, to merit a fair share, of support. Every necuinuiodiition, witli homo conifortrt. Sample Rooms for Commercial 'Travellers. . ? Good Billiard Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. Best Brands uIxvhvh kept. M'MAHON BROS. W...

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

? SHIPPING; Pormewan, Wright and Co, report under' ' date lfith inat. , tlio arrival of tlio stcauior Kivariua. audi bargo from. Eohuca to Hay with load of stores,. Tho Maggie and1 bargo Tongo passed! ow tlio 17th insti from, Hay with 1230 bales of.' wool for Eclnioa.. — o — Cramsio; B6wd6n. & Vbi report undor date1 20th inst. Tho Success and. Kelnib aro now at Way; Ibading wool and will clear out Bhcds down wards. Tho Barwon loft Mouhunci'rr yesterday with 400 bales of wool for Ecliuea. Tlio Wartulgery sailed for Eelnrea- this morning with. 500 bales wool, aud will clear Gannlly wonlshcd. Tho liuntani acrivad from Echuea to-day, dlsjhai^od cargo and sailed for Hay. Thu Ijiiucushiro Lass is now loading1 at Eulnica for. the Miirmiuhidgoo, und will bo alosjly followed by the (JoUUbrough.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Fat Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

Sydney Eat. Stock Report, Messrs. Wilkinson and' Lavomlbr, ITbmcbuaH; re* port under ditto loth September, ah under Fnt Cnttlor-lUddlnifs very ntiiiimtcd. Prime boof Ift worth fully 21a nor 100 Iba. Wo hold 27 bullocks for A, 8,. Hurolier,. Ksq„ to XP, ovorngltiL' L8 11 cowb for Bmnojowncr, nt 1.5 14s. Fab Calven Ntlli continuo to rcnllBu oatlbfnotory jirlccH. Wo sold 20 /or A. 8. fltircher. Esq , fo ttvcrnKliur 483. Fat KJiuui-— On Monday', iiuirhot was fairly brlbk, but Inat T-humloy'ti hljjb rates were Imrdly innlutnliieri, or oav Ab'mttidipur haul lowur, ami, to-dnyrMoudnv'a nrleo's vomnln nnulteicd; Wo sold 70 wotliors for T. W Hnmtiioiit), Esq., at 10s Od to lis ; IT vecouds at 0a 6(1; 1^000 wethorn for Mcssrw. Murluay and Clarke, Kcrnr linry, at 18it0d to 14s;' 188 scconds at llfc 211, and 2'3t fituus at 12* 8d ; 440 wothoru for Moure. Stewart niul Jf'Oco, at 12a 4d to 12« 0(1 J-2'.U owou for Jt F.iwrkcs, J-.nq,, at8*0d'; 30 Booonds ut 8tt2d; 45Ui-\vcs, for W, . Alhton, Esq.,...

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

Heading tin Will. This morning I reecivsd a note from my affianced bride, Constance Graham, request ing mo to attend at two o'cl-ick that day at tho houBQ of hor lato uncle iu Hsrley street, for tho purpose of hearing his will read. I had tho greatest pleasuro in complying with this invitation. I had really begun to fancy that old Mr. Graham was going to remain perpetually on tho earth, liko Mrs. Xortous'H '.'Undying One; ' he wus always on tho point of death, and alwaya oared, and better than ever in the courEe ol a few days ; last month the cold water system seemed completely to renovate him, but ho suddenly relapsed, de parted from tho world, and left fifty thousand pounds and a will behind him. Though Constancs is the prettiest and most amiable girl of my acquaintance, I had determined nover to marry her vhilo her unclo lived! ho had frequently proclaimed her his heiress, but as frequently took oileneo at something or nothing in her behavior, and bequeathed hia wealth to a hospi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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A Tigress Tamed. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

A Tif/rcss Tamed, When Mr. Archibald Brooke is described as tho nophew of his undo, and is dopiotcd in tho library of his uncle's mansion in Devon, reading an idle book of verao at eleven o'clook in tho morning, it becomes evident that he belongs to what is known as tho privileged clasa of Englishmen. And yet, on the May morning in question Mr. Brooko was in a Bomewhat tioklish position. From his father ho had inherited nothing but a bony, muscular framo, and a pleasant, if not vory handsome, face ; from his mother nothing but a heart not altogether adamant, and two kindly groy oycB, tho whioh he, howovor, dis figured with spectacles. None of thoso hereditaments will do very muoh for a man nowaday s ; and Mr. Brooke's frienda had thought him uncommonly lucky when, being left an orphan, his maternal unole, Sir John Tutt-Maxtod, had taken him home to Maxtcd Towers, Tho oountry-sido, indeed, considered Arohio — as ho was called for miles around — his unolo's heir boyond all peradventur...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Australian Jockey Club Spring Meeting. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

? ? ; | Tfie iLiSst'r&lian Jockey' Oiub- I Spring Meeting; j DERBY DAY Tlio; Australian Jockey' Club's Spring^ | Meeting commenced in; Sydney on1 j Saturday)- 17th inst, undeV most favour-- 1 able circumstances;-, the' Weather be-- ] ing nil that could be' desired'.- j The' attendance' Numbered' rtlioti (? 1 12,000 ; the Grand- and' SK- Ledger' j StaliUevbeing both' well patronized',- but- ? there wish' not a large cathfiririte. on1 tli e' ' flat.- . - . Lord and Lady' Carringt'oft1 (JBhtijiied' tlie1 viW-regal box',- and- at iritefvafe'' paraded the paddock inspecting intend! ;ih;g competitors/ The'..Randwi'cls?:'tnrf' was perfect) and: tlie runuirt^;' tra'cfe iW superb' order; thanks to the' two1 days5 . - fine weather' following, ort tfiti1 heavy taita's which liad fallen in Sydney'.- Tlie' permanent Artillery band- provided' eX- ? eellent' nVusie oh1 the lawn1,. wlVeVe;, tlve* ladies promenaded- during tlie':.iAteilVttlk- between the' races:- 'For the II urdle Radb;. fir...

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

Kilfera. (JhoV X connESPoNbENT.y A visit to Kilfera in such a season' as the present, Vould surprise one both in the richness of tho country us ii pas toral holding^- and in the vast improve ni9nts which- have* tuken )ilace within the last few years to onsurt) prosperity to the owffersi- Tho' rtrn which is one of the most eSftensive in the back coufltry, is iriitfer the management of Mr RV C. VVebb,- wlio- bears the rentrtatiou of being one of the best VrfanageVs in the Western District, and the recent strike will1 give an instance of the adroit way in whioh he prooeeded during tlio time the shearers were holding' out ;? out of 200 men, not a single, instance of suin mons or' pi'08eouti6n occured/ Mr. Webb gate the meii-^-with their horses numbering ubont'. 2'50— permission to oahip oii his ruiif'iiiid brought a settle ment about through the medium of the head office of the Union,, whereby in discs' of men loHving . or' -being di's eiiargeii tlie sum of 2s per 100' sheep Bliom, woul...

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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XIV. NEWGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

fllovelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEA RS OFSUFFERING. An AOTOBiOGBAPHY, Mi iEoprinted from ' Tho Australasian' of j'', 1867 by spocial. permission.) CHAPTER' XIV. : ?NBWOAXB. i iNawgata._. How suggestive the very word I ? '/What associations cluster ronnd the name I 'p. How. tho heroes of tho far-famed ' Calendar ' - ' Start into life at tho very sound, and are -ii;visioned before us in all their pristine glory I , How it bears tho memory back to the good ?' ,! !old times, and begets a rovorenoo for r ' The grand old law, the simple plan, ' ' That ho should take who has the power, And he should keep who oan.' , Ghosts ghdo before us as wo breathe the mystio ByllableB, and Claudo Duval, Captain Moheath, Jonathan Wild, and Jaok Sheppard acem, in tho spirit, prosont. N'owgato I thou groat school for tho improvement of tho mind upon - tho mutual instruction system; thou world of rooondito mysteries; thou teacher of un ' known tongues ; with thy choieo precepts ? and thy porfeot examples, wi...

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Poetry. Would we Return? Would we return [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

ftoettw Would wc Return? , i).w.f:?ur.. AVould wo roturn It once tho gates which oloso upon tho past, .:''Wcrc'oponcd wide for no, and if tho floor . , Bomembere'd pathway Btrotobe& before us V X'T/'olfear To load us buck to youth's lost land at last! V/heroo^ life's April nhadows lightly cast Recalled tho old sweet days of ohildish ' ./? ? fear 1 ? With all thoir faded hopes and brought ; ancar ' ' Tho'far off Btroams in whioh oar skios were i'1' ' ploBsed? ? Did then lost dreams whioh wako tho soul's :Bad yeanling, ' ' Bat live onoo more and waited our roturn ing, ' ' 'Would wo return ? .' Would wo return j lovo'a onohantmont hold tho heart no more And. wo had oomo to oount tho wild Bweot 'ni 'itw ; 1 Tha'16n;d distress tho lavish tears— but ' ' ' vain ; , S[adoooled tho heart's hot wounds amidst * ' 'tho roar .,., 0,1 mountain gales, or, on Bomo alien shore, Worn out tlio soul's long anguiah and had slain At last tho dragon of despair— if then tho r , train ' 01 vanished ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 21 September 1887

TO THE EDITOR OF THU ltKOORDER Dear Sir, — I .was very much stir- 1 prised to read the paragraph in your paper re tfifo great gold' discovery ? on Muufred.- No v sir, to prevent a' lot of people travolliug hundrods of miles for notiiitig, I wilt explain the cause of this report, Lysaght was rabbiting for me and cuino in to' the home station to be settled with- as lie' wanted a chnnget He then' told me he hud1 found tin on Diiruik.. He then went to tlve hotel at Clare, and after iv few drops- of the 'mountain dew'' bis tin turfted to silver, aud after a further sttpply of the' dew' the silver turned to1 gold;- i must also inform you' tlui't there' 18* no' water in this range,- so even if their wei'O indications of mineritls it would be impossible for people to prospect thero unless after very , ltanvy raius. Truvting .you V will' give1 publicity to this.— Yinirs, ic/,- : W. K; GitYF^RV Manfred Station,- 17th September, 1887 , . -LWe ,1m ve' to -thuiifc tlhe' ;writer- of tho ab'o^f6r'...

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