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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

[?] Svdney, Septonibef 27. : A.BraWcrs' and' Wino; Merchants' Association has been foi mod i in Syd ney, with T.' E. Allt as president. Thoir first act was to discontinue the praotico of giving Christinas boxes, and a deed of agreement won drawn up, containing a cliuiso inficting £100 penalty for its infraction. The Cabinot have decicfact that school child-en shall not bo carried free be yond tho nearest prifffSI'V school to thoir residences. The Now Zealand elections are prov ing disastrous to tlio Government. The Premier, Minister for Justice and prominent Ministerial supporters have been defeated. Tho stakes in the Bench-Honlan match have been supplemented by a two hundred guinea eup, presented by Mr. T. G. Muir. Cambrian Silver Mine, Brokoli Hill, is to' bo floated into a company with £80,000 capital. . The intercofonial postal conference meots at Adelaide .in November. Legislation with reference tc privato bars will bo introduced ntt an early date. Latof/ A Board has teort appo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. In a Monster's Embrace. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

Sftetcfoer. In a Monster's Embrace. ' Wc woro lying ^nbout half'n milo off tho bench at tho Bnrbndoca, overhauling tho stnndlng rigging,' said James Gilllj, nn nblo senmnn, ' when tho mnte ordered John Wobb, an npprentlco boy nnd myself into tho yawl, wliicu hnd been covered nnd brought nronnd to tho port sido, thnt some pnlntlng might bo dono juot abaft tlio mainmast. It was a ter ribly hot day, with tho water very warm and the men hnvlng vory littlo energy, Tho paint wns lqwered down to ub, nnd while I used tho brush tho boy held tho yawl in position. Wo hnd linen at work for ahnnt a nnartor of an hour whon tho boy suddenly yolled out in affright, and ns I turned to him ho declnred thnt I10 had seen a horrible looking objcct pnss under the boat, nnd 80 on under tho ship. ' 'Thorc nro plenty of strange crentures floating about in those waters, and n pntch of seaweed will Bometimes nssnmo n queer slinpo. I lnnghed nt the boy's fears, but at the came time saw how pale and frightened ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MANFRED GOLD DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

MANFRED: GOLD DIS' OOVEkY. KegSirding the' gold discovery on Manfred station, we Imvo sotno further and more reliable infornuition. As yet. there has been1 no' gold found ut all, not even the colour nf it, nor is the surfaco formutioir indicuiive of reefs. Tho features of tho country are' the same 11s Riverina in generul, but at the plucp reported tn be uti'i'iferous there are qujintities of '' loose, a-pnaroutly water-worn; stnni'.'v which may he quartz, witfr gnlil, silver, and' tin in tliem. There' is moreover, no wutor wliatover near;, i-ic'-pt Q-eViwan' tunk, and that iu of emirsi! not available for mining purposes-. To test the matter' thoroughly, the miihiiger of Manfred' station lias sent out a party of six men and they afffaftfof tho 400 who: wore reported to be ou tfto ground'. Mr. Gfower of Wilcannia, being tilic nearest wurden to- tlm locality, was to Imve ar rived lust Saturday, '..tlio~'24tli', 'and his repbrt will completely oluoidato the matlor. In addition to tlio a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

(Boob Stoiies 05mto do la Grandicro belonged to tho mnrlncs, from which lis deserted nnd wns punished. Next he turned swindler, nnd mndo money for n time. His speciality wns to dc clnrc that bo belonged to fashionable society. He demanded to view all tho first-class fur nished apartments which were to be let, and managed, while viewing tho rooms, to prig some valuable bibelot as a souvenir. He came round n baron, nnd ngrccd to tnko his rooms for eighty-five pounds a year. After veruauy accepting tiie conditions lie ana tno baron sworo nn eternnl friendship, nnd tho latter lent tho count six pounds out of his pocket-book, which was stuffed with bank notes. More, the baron invited him to pass the night in his apartment. In tbe morning, just as tho baron was get ting up, tho comtc came to take leave ; ho wanted to give bis notary instructions to prcpnre the lease and pay the rent in ad vance. ' l!y tbe by, baron,' said the count, ' docs your bath work well 1 ' ' Capitally, dear climto,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, -§tacl: and station Stents, Valuer#, §Utrticmcci% atul ? *£a»rt g^cnt*, BALK A N A L BP. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Aro prepared to DRAW U.I' APPLICATIONS Under the Crown SiHiids Act of 1884, And puss through (Iter I^INTID OFFICE, Also appears lit tlio Local Land Court, An-T attend to nny LAND BBJSIXES8 ; Enti listed t» thero information und « particulars on liand Matters to lie lnid fmni MALCOLM -t BEATY, , - Bulrannld. TIIE A tis trali a n Joint Stock' Rank. Incorporated by Act of Council, 18fi3. PAID UP CAPI T A 1.-^500.000, with power to increase to XI, 000, 000. Rkbbrvr ruNto— £290,000* HEAD OFFICE : SvDXKr,; XONDON OFFICE r 2 King William Stwsbt, E.C Branches throughout New South WiiIm nntl Queens land Agunt* In all the other Colonic* nnd In Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal dtlcs of the world. Tho Bank discounts hills, prnntii caah credits, makes advnnccs on approved security, negotiates product Mils and ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

Balranald Hotel , (TATTERSALL'S) MrS. M. J, MURPHY ? to aimnt'tiitSe ttt.horti.yH - ami the hliiivt!' wcUAuinwn Hotels It wiffftiti her bniloavuiti' to eiiiuliiet tlio tiiixiiieai «' that it hi Ay compare favourably with the loadinjf Jlotri)i-olit;in Hotels in attractiveness and boinfort. '''. . Every rttteiitiml paid to BOarilers ami Visitors; l'lio 'largest ami most Bbnltrtoilious liouso in town; mm, ti the fScsstgramte «hvai}js in c^torfi. jpirst-ciass Stabling. feilliards. mT J. AtUlil'UY, 1'ioiiiietress. A M 32 R 1? ' S3 Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, ; Pn-'PRii'.Toits. MliSSUS. M- MA HON UROS. bhK to notify to lite public of Bal i-tumid and district, tlmt tltny have tukeii thi*. nbovt'. well-known H itid, and 1io|ih: -liy pivina every attention, lu toierit n fair shm-p of support. Every accommodation, wit.lt hotiie boiit forts. 1 Sample Rooms . for Comraertiiitl 'Travellers. '' ' - Good Billiard Table. First chis# f3u'uliii&_ Accoiti inodutinm Best Brands nlwuvR k...

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 — 28 September 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Hiverina Recorder Odioo, Tuesday Kvening. 1 110 weather during the last week «m» tinned similar to the previous week, with the oxccntion of 11 few light showers 011 Sun day, ana there is no appearance of any break yet. Wool Arrivals — The following teiifns ar rived and discharged their loads during the week— (21st), PaiUa, 1 ; (2,'nd), Glen Emu, 2 j (2,'lrd), Paika, 3 ; (24th), Oluro, 2, Mtllil rulu. !, and Till Till, 3 ; (20th), Till Till, 1, Paika, 1, and lCilfera, 2. - end of last week. Stock Movements — Malaolm and Roaty report the fo^owiuc stoclf crossings at the llalftmald bridge Ou tho 22nd inst., 800 fat wctliors tho property of John Wilson, for Viotoriau markets — James Wilson in charger. On tho 25th inst., 1000 wethers, tho property of Messrs. Berry, Campbell and Co., for Victoria— John Campbell iu cil trge. 1C00 young owes from Naming (Greswick s), crossed Tooloylniek. on the 27th i.lst., Iwnid for tho Lachlnn — Gilinour in clmrgo. On the 20t'i inst.,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

SHIPPING. Porniewan, Wright and Co, report' under date '27th inst., the steamer Alert and liarge Maori arrived from Hay ou tho 20 til inst with 813 bales of wool from up river stations and sailed 011 27th inst for Ejlnioii. Tho Prineeas arrived from Eoliuco. 011 37th liist and sailud same day for Hay.. Tho Riverine arrived yesterday with' 4H8' Hides ofT wool frnni Bin-rubogie,. bIio sailed again tlio same afternoon for Ecliuca..' The Ferret leaves Moiilumoiu to-morrow fbrlioliucu.. . Ciamsib, Bowd'oa & Co: report under data 27th inst.. The Kolpib-Bnilod for Eobncrt on SHInrd'ay with 1000 union of- wool, and tfeo Success left ? ib-day with 11D0 bulbs,,; ? -V ?-.. . The Laiioushire Lass with two liargoB from r.' Eehueui arrived on Sunday and sailed for Bay tho following day.. The Goldshroiigh with' two barges from k- ICclmoa arrived yesterday: She has gbno to Wuugorah with one of tliem to load wool nnd will pick- tho other one up- here, fully limited when rotnrniiii/. . The Ba...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

' ' 1 ' '= Kabbit Deatruct'on Tlie foll'--winj! letter appeared in the ?'Sydney Morning.' Herald' of 13ih aViatf. ?10 Tlttf E'DPrOK OF' T1IE- WER'ALK Sir, — By your leave, I wish to make n few practical remarks how to' deal witli rabbit deslnlctioiV. Country will have' to' be' divided into rabbit-proof compartments.- When1 divided1 into ';oi knble areas,- raiiijing from' 20W to S),000' acl'o.s,. acotirdJrtg £6' uizte of hoJd iiisr, it will be their nocbasarv to eat off one of the' rabbit^itf'dof cl)itfi)-irtmeftts, by putting three times I he nxittil quan tity of Btoclo on1 tiie' etmntry.. They wilt bare it of feed in one mort'iliy theiV-poison grain. Si- the whole of tho rabbits- ow tliilit pieco of country will be' dsNtVo^ycd in 14 days.- Then operate in' a- similar way on another poViion of the run or liomestead leano until the' whole' is cleiired.' I have had practical experience iu poison grain and carbon with great success on cuuntry bare of feed.- My nvHtem was to rrtii light...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farm and Garden. Floral Tallis. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

jfann anb (BarDen. Floral Talks, - ? For a hedgo, or to plant nlong nny old fenco which you find it- desirable to concenl, you can find no better annual than tho sweet pen. It is n robust grower, n profuso bloomer, , nnd its flowora nro beautiful nnd frngrnnt, ? mid nro produced until Into severe frosts come. Tho seed enn be planted nny timo after the ground becomes dry nnd warm .? 'Frosts will not injure the young plants. t - Plnnt tho seed four or five inchcs below the isurfaco. Lot the ground be rich and mcrllow. ir t\ hen the plants show n tendency to ' run' givo thom some support. A row of brush is . ns.good ns nnything I know of, and tho plants will soon conceal it with their folinge. - Strings nro not whnt sweet peas liko to cling v to. Thoy will nttach themselves to a trellis, .... r . r .with a littlo nssistance at first, but brush i'.suits them best ofanything. When they como into (lower do not bo afraid to cut them -freely. The fewer seeds you allow to form . inml iipcnj ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

American Co's Hop Bitffli's arc tlic IMuT.st and Most Hitlers Ever Jliule. Thoy nro compounded from Hops, Matt, fiuoliu, Mandrako aud Pandolion,— the old est, bust, und must valuable medicines in tlio world niul contain nil tlio boat and most curative properties of all otlior remedies, bning tlio greatest Illonil Purilier, Liver Re gulator, niul Life nnd Health Restoring Agent 011 earth. Thoy gWo new life and vfgor' to tfio agod and iutirin. To nil whose employments cause irregularity of tlio bowels or urinary organs, or who require an nppetizor, Tonic nnd mild Stimulant, American Co's Hop Bitters nrcr iuvaluablo, being highly curativo tonie, and stimulating, without intoxicating. No matter what your feelings or symptom Bre, what tho disease or nilinant is, use Hop Bitters. Don't wait until your siolt, but if you feel bad or miserable, uso Hop Bittors at once. It may savo your lifo. Hundreds havo been saved by so doing. .£500 will he paid for a case thoy will not euro or help. Prose...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. A tropical night on the Pacific ! The sky is studded with stars, which are mirrored in the vast deep beneath. There isjnst cnongh air to keep the ' Dolphin' moving at a quiet rate, and tho passengers are gathered upon deck to enjoy tho matchless evening. A short distance away stand two lovers ? Edmund Prescottand Florence Harris— look- ing out upon the' ocean, and meditating and conversing upon the scene. iiow uitterent this Bky from our northern firmament 1' remarked tho latter, after a pause. 'I can hardly recognize my favorito constellation. The Southern Cross is beanti ful but thon I miss the others. Ursa Major has entirely disappeared, and as for tbe Minor bear, scarce a star of him is visible.' At this observation, which waa intended for no cars in particular, Adolpbns I'itrgib bon aroused himself. 'Aw — what's that, Miss Harris? Awl have yon seen bears at-sea 1' ' Yes, and monkeys, too,' wns the quick but good-natured reply. Ail of us laughed, while Fitz...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

What Warner's Safe Cure Cures and Why. Congestion of tlio Kidneys, Baok Acho, In flammation of tlio ICidnoys, Iitiid'ler, or Urinary Organs ; Cntarrnh of the Bliidilor, Gravol, Stono, Dropsy General Debility, Bright s Disease. Why! Because it is tha 'onlyremoity known tlmt has power to oxpel tho uric acid and urei,' of whioh thoro aro somo fiOO grains scorotod each day as tho result uf muscular action, and Biittiuint, if lotaiiioil ia the blood, 'to kill six men.' It is tlio : direct cnuso of all tlio above disu»so3, as f woll as of Heart Diseiisu. Rheumatism. Apoplexy, Paralysis, Insanity and Death; This groat npeuifiu relievos tho ki.lneys of too much blood, froes thom from all irritants , restores tliem to healthy aotion by its eertain and toothing powor. It cures also Jaundice, EularjjmiionS of t tho livor, Ab'.css and catarrah of tho Bile Ducts, Biliuiisaoas, Humladie, FitJral tongue, Sleeplessness, Laugntir, Debility, Constipation, Gall Stones, and ovory un-. pleasent symptom ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. To-Day and To-Morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

[?] To-Day nnd To-Morrow. 1 . ..Boost not thyself for tlio morrow, How littre yo know of tho day ; .1 ..The^Uopos thnt to-day aro tbo brightest, 1 Xo-morrtfry may vanish awn y. To-day yon nmy stand in tho sunBhlne, ? ; ;??( To-morrow you'll stand in the shade j I' ;To«day you may gather tjio blossoms, ^ To-morrow they'll wither mid fade. ' ? ? li ? 41— I m ' 1 * wmlU33 L'u U'U1Ut , ... To-morrow you'll stand by tho bior J To-day your rollicking laughter, ' ; To-morrow tho scadling tear. To-day wo rojoico in our riches, ? To-tnorrow they'll vanish nway; To-day wo cherish an idol, ? \ -To-morrow wo'll find it but clay . , To-day wo havo worldly ambition, 1 ' To-morrow our hearts will be crushed ; To-day wo have prido without measure. To-morrow wo 11 bow in tho dust, ' There are thorns with all our roses, And tares with all our wheat ; .. . Sunshine and shndo in succession, To-morrow tho bif-tor nnd sweet, Bo wo pass through lifo not knowing Tho scones of tlio coming day ; - 'I But tri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

To THE' EDfTon OF Tlln! ItrcCbRDER Sir,— I feel greatly aur]irised at tho' treatmont that n- young gentleman of this town has received at tho hands of the Committee of the Footbullers As sociatioTV or I muy say, at the hands of a lot of oiids. Tho tiokots that were ' issued were headed thuw - ' Admit Mr, ''' und lady.' Now, this gentle man received Ins ticket from a member ol tho committeo/ and everything, went - off. well until llm tiK-mlmrd found nut. whotlin Imly was tlmt. lie was iil-out to tnko, she lii'lt»J?-ii servant girl. iitiil iih ii mutter of Course, t.lui storm lipgnii t'i -lirftw at. once. kh('1i remarks. iih this lieing ' Will, if si'' goes, T ''''i1' g.ViMul I won't, allow my sister to The committee afterwards infirmnd this gentleman tlmt ho would iint.be allowed to take the said girl, which I, for one, tliink wtts a deliberate insult, in fnct otl' 5'ounu coxcomb hud the impudence to dictuto to him whom lie felumld take, Now, if tliPito kind of beings nre. ^ hllowed ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
THE CASHIER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

TIIE CASJHEJt'S STOUT. ' I havo triod timo.ahd again . to reason my self out of It. '' I don't like the idea of going through /acknowledging that 1 nm in debted to the'auperrintural, for my very exist cncoi I nm nbt going to believo It now if I can And nny other way of accounting for my being here, instead : of nt the foot of a griive stoho out on tho hill, yonder.' 1 Wo had been discussing spiritualism before tho open fire in Charley's . room, arid had drifted from nrgumonta on tho condition or tlio dean to the relation of meidonts of n mysterious character influencing the lives of the living. ? 'I don't liko to figure ns a creaturo of tho mysterious,' Charley continued, ' because it seems to commitme to a belief in all sorts of outlnndish nnd unaatural things— to enclose me in nn atmosphere altogether unearthly ; but my only relief seems to lie in an utter re pudiation of an occurrence too real and too productive of practical results to be rcpu dinted, bo you see I nm in a good de...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. (Reprinted from "The Australasian" of 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XV. PRISON LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

TFloveUst. DAYS OF CRIME ' AND ?_???? . j YEARS OF SUFFERING An Autobiography. , (Reprinted from ' Tho Australasian' of 18OT by Special Permission-) !; CHAPTER XV. '' MtlSON LIFE. ' Tlio firat weok I was in Newgate a boy not moro than ton years of ngo was plncod in nty ward. Ho was crying bitterly when ' ' he ontorod tho ward, nnd iia neerlyalltho .ether priaoiiora laughed at what thoy .formed his miivolling, I nttomptod to sootho him, and inquired tho causo of his toara. Tho littlo follow told mo ho lind boon employed na an errand boy at somo militnry tailor's shop, nnd that ono of tho men had givon him a couplo of opaulottcs to tako to somo plaeo. As ho was on tho point of leaving tho- shop, tho foromnn saw him with tho articles, and naked what ho was going to do with thom. Ho told - , him thoy had boon given to him to tako out for ono of tho moil ; but when tho man was roforred to, ho denied tiio state ment of tho boy, and s woro ho know nothing ? 1 about t)iom. It soomn tho man ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farewell to Mr. Cotching. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

Farewell to Mr. Ootch&g: Last Saturday evening some 2'5 gentlemen assembled at Mrs. Murphy's Balranald Hotel,- to bid farewell to Mr. E. Cotching, who for a littlo over two years filled tho post of Rubbit Inspec tor in the Bu rannld district, und who left here' the next day for a trip to the old co mi try, partly on pleasure', and partly on unmness,- -jtiie meeting was 11 thoroughly representative one of -both the town and district, and- gave ample proof of the friendship1 and esteem Mr. Ootching is held in. Mr. P. M'Plierson, of Piiilcu, nnd Miv J. A, Morphutt,. Yanga, occupied tho ohair and vicse-ohiiir respectively, and1 011 the former's right .ancV left were Miv Co telling Und Mr, Gorman,- the guest of the evening and his- successor in ofHoe. The proceedings commenced' with some tastefully displayed light refresh' menta in the shape' of aandwioli.es, cukes,- and fruit, after whioii the ohuir man proposed the usual loyal ..toasts, which were duly honoured, 'I'll e Chairma...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Scioptican Lantern Entertainment and Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

The Scioptican Lantern Enter tainment and Lecture. Oh Friday last, the 23rd inst, rtt the Masonic Hall, tho llev. A. llardie de livered a lecture, followed by a Sciop tican Lantern Entertainment, in aid of tho Presbyterian Church Building Fund/ ' Cr. Lrueso'ft presided, rtiid gctv'e' sfvo'rt descriptive readings of tho sconery dis played in tho second part of tho even ing/ Tlio audience numbering nearly a hundred-, was to a largo ex-tont com posed of tho rising generation who pa tiently listened to tho lecture, and then thoroughly enjoyed the magic-lantern display, composed of scenory in tho Lake district, Yorkshire nnd South coast,- statuary animals, birds, oto.,. varied by a few comical pictures. The subject of tho looturo wits' : 'Woman's Place and Powor in Society' Tho revorend gentleman said our ideal woman should not bo a poetic fancy only, all softnoss, sweetnoss and mild ness, but a being endowed with firm ness and force of chnracter. While hailing with delight tire ten denc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Kerang Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

Semiig Agricultural Show. On Friday, tbe ICth iiiRt, the nnnuiil iillOw of the Keraiic Agiifclilttiral -fe Pas toral Society was held iindel' the intlst ftvoralile ei ten instances. The weather was all that could lie desired, and t|iR attendance much iu excess of*uny pre vious year, there lieing over 3.000 people present, and about £80 was 'taken at the cates. Altogether the com mittee und ottieel-K .ill'.* t.n lm nnmiilimnn. ted on lliH ftllUtieBs iiollieved at this, their third annual meeting. Iu Class A. and 1)., Draught nnd Blood horses — stock — the exhibits were numerous and well worth seeing, whila Class C., cattle were lint poorly represented,- Clnss D,. sheep, were decidedly belter, there boJ ill1,' some really good exhibits in merinos mi the ground. The remaining elatistJs included dairy produce, implements and machinery; buggies and waggonettes, saddlery, Colonial wiues, plants, (lowers aud -vegetables, knitting and fancy work, A'o. Ani'ingst the pmiMakors, we notice tlio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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