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A Merchant Navigator's Voyages. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

A Merchant Navigator's Voyages. ' Voyages of a Merchant Navigator ' is tho titlo of an interesting littlo book which has just boon published by Harper & Bros. Tho author is H. W. S. Cloveland, and tho man whoso adventures ho relates was the lato Richard J. Cleveland, a resident of Salom, Mass., who, during tho last ten yoara of tlio last century, and up to tho year 1820, was actively engaged in tho merchant sorvice, owning and sailing ves sols on his own account. It is an interest ing fact that this Richard J. Clovoland was of tho samo blood as tho nre.-mnr, Prn aident of tho United States, tho Rev. Aaron Clovoland, of Norwich, Conn., the great grandfather of tho lattor, being tho brother of Stephen Clovoland, tho father of tho man whoso life story is told in this book. Richard J. Cleveland, being bom in 1773, was a young man at tho timo that tho war3 of tho French Revolution com menced, and tho succeeding period of twenty years, when all Europe was at war, with ono brief in...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
'Boys' Column. Poor Dick. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

'I85op' Column, Poor Diclc. It was a sultry summer afternoon. Noth ing could bo heard in tho liulds but tho song of birds and tho ' click-click' of tho mowing machine Tlio perspiration rolled down tho foreheads and cheeks of the men. They hold no conversation with each other. Probably they thought it coolor to bo quiot. Nothing broko tho stillness of tho air, excepting tho birds and tho mowing machine. ' Click-click' steadily wont tho latter. Suddenly tho piteous howl of a dog was heard ; tho machine stopped ; tho driver jumped of! tlio seat and tho other men ran to tho apot. Poor Dick ! Those big, sharp tcetli had cut him down .almost as com pletely as they cut the hay. Thero ho lay, his legs all blooding and tho front ones nearly severed. 11 o moaned and looked up at tho men as if asking thoin for help. Ono of thorn caught hold of him, but he howled and snapped at him. ' We might as well put him out of his pain,' eaid one. 'I'll go to tiio houso and get tho gun.' lie started off o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

?Mature. An inspection of ihu ihtturuui »in.uics shows- the tnnrked -diversity in the structure nndoppoarance-of tho woods, and ono is quickly relieved of tho general impression that they aru all alike. Examined micro scopically, the differences in structure are sufficient for identification of the species, nnd at tho same time enable ono to judge of the suitability of .a particular wood for definite uses. So litllo has been done cenerally in the microscopical study of the woods for engineering, architectural, or mechanical purposes, that but few aro aware of the variety in form and structure of the wood coll-?, ducts nud special fibres which make up tho woody tissue of tbo different species. An expert can readily determine whether a certain wood, used for railroad tics, will iSSs tnin tbo service of n trunk line, or is only suitnblu for a branch of limited trafiic. In tbo conifene, which includes the pines, cedars, larches, red woods, spruces and firs, as a rule, each layer of grow...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. Strange Things About Light and Heat. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

?'Science. Sirnnge Things .4 bout Lfeht arid ? ~llcnt. ' ' - ''??' ''' By Bishop Clauk. . There are somo things connected with the phenomena of light and beat to which the attention of the reader may never have been, directed. Light may exic.t without heat, as appear* in the case of phosphoric substances, which are self-luminous. Heat may also exist without light, but only, up to a cer tain limit — all solid substances becoming luminous when heated as high as 077 degrees, Fahrenheit. Gases require a much higher degree of heat before they becomo incandes cent. No cxplKBRtion Iia3 been found of the faniiliar fact, tbat. while both tho light and boat of the sun pass unimpeded through glass, artificial heat is intercepted by ibis trans parent medium. It is a little strange tbat tbo beat of an ordinary lire should pass freely through a layer of rock-salt, when it is unablo to penetrate n pane of common glass ; and it is worth observing that while tbo hot rays of the sun pas3 through glas...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

Passengers- few Ooaclu ' Drri»TU»B«. To Swnn HiUr-Uan. 19-Mr. Kcfr.. Jan. 20- Mr. Brown, W-ri. Le .is. Jan. 23'— Mm ?4movy,.Mi»s Co:, itii;. Mr. Clone. Jan 27— Mm» Kooaon.. Keli. 1 — Mosera. J. Monti, W. Monti,, J.ilm Hiblett,. Alfred Farrell, JMrs.-Mnophereon, MiusE. Maciilierion, Mias ^awkHWortb,. Miss K. HawUnworth. . , %- Ivanhon— J«n. 20^ Mr. H-mliiig and' : ; Serusant Dowling. '',- 'lo- tViniliquin— Jan. 34 — Rev. A. Ilanlio, .' Jaii. 31— Minn I'epburn, Miss J, Hepburn. From. Sbbh Hill— J.-u*,'. 20— Messrs. C!if. ford, liofim, aud; MUa linxliall. Jim. 23— Mcsarn Uui'iie, G'Neil,, (2)- Duniul, Keulty. Jttii27— Mi«» Howtll. Jan 'J8-Mr. Mac Nimiarn. Jnu JO— Mr. I'.illett, Miss Mac .t'nloUBii. fib.— 1 Messrs. Hughes. King, anil (.Iliffunl From rlranliiie— Jan 30— Meanrs Uobert OQiaor, ~E.1J; Rowling, ami Uorgoaut Dow liiiu. From Uetiilimiin Jan,,2/i— Mr. ne»ty Jan ?S8— Uj.x .V Unrdln. ? .

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. The Color of the Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

SItetcber. The Color of the Eyes. Gray oyos are not at allot tho mis chievous or dangorous class. Thoro is tho calm, clear, gray oyo that roasons as woll ns fools, thatbelongs to tho brilliant talker, who is novor thinking how bIio may on snaro you, rarely lighted by passion, but full of thostendy liro of friendship, and ovor awnko tn tlio bohests of duty. When tho master comes sho makes tho swootost and truest of wives, but woo to tho dun derhead who thinks ho can tamo her. Let the blue oyo tell of love, And tbo black eye of beauty, But tbo gray soars far above In the realms of duty. Ardor for the black proclaim, Gentle sympathy for blue, But tbe gray may bo tbo-samo, And tbe gray is overwrite. ' ?Sing, then, of the blue eyes, love, Sing the hazel eye of beauty, But the gray eye is crowned above, ltadiant in tlio realm of duty. Thero aro two kinds of linzol eyes, tho dark hizol with a bluo ahado and tho light hazel, in which green, yellow and bluo all mingle, sometimes another of t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Rivering Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

PASTORAL Balranald. Xivertnie Recorder Office, Tuesday Evemnz. Th« weather cTitrfn^ the lattor part of tha past week hns beon of a moro p}a»s«nfc «nd cool nature than that of the previous week, but Jilthonyh rain seomed near, wo only had a few drops on Saturday morning, after which the clouds quickly vanishod, yeater d»y3tne sky waa overcast, but iu thcao dia. tricts such appoaranc«« aa signs of rain ore nut to be relied ou ; disappoiiitinent* bo often being met with. Stock MoYe'nenta. — Paaaed througlt here on the-'iath nlto., 3,300 ewea. andafowrama from Tottington (V,c- for Chillichill, near Oxley, tha property of Messrs T. F. Ander son and Co. Ti ~33iornton in charge. On 81at 10,000 inix^oT sheep fron- d.wl Cwl to Mullee Cliffs, the property of the Tapalin l'nstoral Co. T. HhoJe* in charge ; and 11,009 wetlicrd from Junohung to Mallue Cliffs, the property of thu Tapnlin Paatornl Co. Lolliiit in charge. Rivers. — Murrumbidgao— Gundagar, Oft 8in ; Wagga, 9;t 6in ; Hay, Gfl 9in ; (...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Farmer. Benefit of Good Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

ftft'c fanner) Benefit of Good Stock. urocdors of improved vnriotfos of live stock can justly lrvy claim to tlio titlo of public bonefnetofs. Tho estates and farms on which high-class studs of horses, herds of cattlo, flocks of sheep, or herds of pigs aro maintained nro contres of widoroach ing influonco of a description advantageous to. tho wholo district in which they aro placed. At present wo will refer only to tho distinct gains that are derived from tho brooding of pedigree cattlo, which aro such as to provo tho accuracy of tho old saying, that ' Agriculture- is the inothor of commorcc.' Tho owner of n herd do rives nleasuro and. if tho operations aro skilfully and judiciously conducted, profit from its management, and ho hus also tho satisfaction of seeing tho impress of his stock on tho cattle of tho country around him. Landed proprietors, therefore, by brecdinggood cattlo not only benefit them selves and their tenants and neighbours, but aro tho means of oven still furthordo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

Sir Hmiiy Pm-kB* in taking upon him self at this junction, tlie re.«|ion«ibilitv of foiming a ministry for tbp pi-i-|-onn of gntling something like order, out of the chaotic stutn the Juiinings Dibbs ineovniHUent comliiimtion has left the lutsitieso] of the countfr, deserve.1! the coi'dinl sjmp»thy and hearty sup port of ull udmireis of i'SB|)Oimibla Governiimnt. Wo oro not nf thncn who look n}ion stiitcenien as beings altogetfier perfect, and any one who does look for such beinga without im perfect ionu, will never find what he jeeks iifit-r. But on occasions like tho present, r;h(-i- u leader lias to (nee, throneb no fiinlt of liis own, a deficit of £2,500,000 renlly ciiDHeJ hy tli« lilnndi'iinjj uud muddling inenpacity of his predecessors in nfBco, and nlno to take in hund at auch a glnnmv and d«)-ieH8Mil jiuiiod in onv history, quea tiniin affecling ttio won! or vroe of this colony, to such » man all honor in due I)J friend or even lij foe ; and, we Bay advisedly if . Sir Hi-nrj...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 15. A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures. So. 15. A STRANGE STORY. By E. P. WHITWOETH. The etory I am about to rciato is a strange one. Is it true? I do not know. Judged from tha stand point of every day experience, I Bhould say that it ia impossible that it could have happened, and yet, rrmrvriloufly and totally unaccountable as it seems and 'is to me, I cannot but believe it to bo popitively I and absolutely a fact. It is one of those j things which cannot ba explained, and which will not be explained nwav. Wo live our visible life, as it were, p&E=ing over a narrow bridge lying between t-.vo ira rner.ecrable gulfp, that bthind ua being the irrevocable past, nnd that before, the in pcrntabia future. Wiat these gulh contain, what ia called tha unseen world, whether anything or noibing, taDgiblo or intEspible, ccienco tejla us nothing about. Do, then, tho disembodied spirits of the dead ever return to earth. Let my story tell -what I think, and cannot bnt believe. Many, very many yea...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

LOCAL NEWS. Yiitkri-ay at noon Ur. T. H. Boynton, Returning Officer, read out tho nominations of candidates for tbo two coats in the Coun cil, made vacant by the effluiion of time, also the nomination for the position of audi tors. Tho following nominations were mads : — J. Cram, (retiring) nominated by Mesira W. O. Close and K. D. Murray ; Mr. J. G. Menon, (retiring) nominated by Messrs, J. Grinham and S. King - Mr. H. I. Simmondu nominated by Messrs. 6. Hartwall aud J. Barlow. Thore 'only boing tho roquinid number for tho olh'cea of auditors — Messrs. Lockhart and Murray were duly elected. After which tho Kotumiug Officer, oning to moro than the required numbor boing nomi nated for the Alifernmnic mats, appointed Friday the 4th inot. as tho day of eloction, the polling hours being from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. local time. Crickm-.— In connection with the firat match played for the Cresvriok Challenge Cup, we omitted to mention that tho dutiai of Umpiring were moat satisfactorily carrio I ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Prodigal Son. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

The Prodigal Son. Prodigal son — ' Really, father, I don^ moan to be extravagint. I jim oaaily lead and itn pulaiva ; ao I throw a good deal of monoy away.' ' Father— 'Yea, you need somo one to keep you in cheque.11 — TheRamllcr. The latest duel in France recall the fact tbat latt yesr Messieurs Claohtt end Libarb?, two gallants of tho boulevard, fell out over Uio merits of;an actress. Seconds wero consulted, and itwas deoided that the combatants should be locked in a dark room with loaded pistols, and taka their chance, on the under6tnndingtbat neither was to fire until five minutca after fhoy wero shut in. Tho dark room told on Clachet'a nerves, and after holf-nn-hour of wnitiagfor a Bound aud peering into the gloom, ho exclaimed 'Lei us befriends; I fire in tho nir,' Buiting the aotion to tho word by blazing up tho chim ney. A shrill yell followed, for that thorouph fnre had been nireaily thought of by JU'. La barbc-. who waa somo yard or two up what ho thought was the road to sa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. HAY. February, 1 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

TELEOIUfllS. Hay. Fokruary, 1 Mr. AVilkinson stands as ia Free trader ; but anti-Parkes he will arrive hero on Thursday night. Mr (Jramsie doiinitly retired. Mr. Lakenmti stands as a Protectionist or FnJr-trader( and anti-Parkes believing in Land reform* Thore is talk of Messrs. Humphrey Davy, A. L. P. Cameron, Witcombe, Brough, and others but general opinion among shrewd men is that Messrs. Lnkeiuan and Wilkinson will get in ?without opposition, as few would care to tackle either. Sydney, February 1. Sir Henry Parkes left last night for Maitland. Mr. Garrett, accompanied by Sir Sir Henry Piirkes, will speak at I owral on Saturday. Mr. \V. H. Trail is a candidate for East Sydney in the Protection interest and Mr, W. Pritclmrd as .Free Trade for W eat Sydney. At Mr, John Daviea meeting for East Sydney, he was proclaimed as an unfit candidate, by !- to 1- - Mr. (Jury has returned from the Glebe. The Englishmen beat tho combined team by 13 runs. Sir Henry Parkes hns granted £350 for th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY, BY HAROLD STEPHEN ESQ., M.P. OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

'A L M A.' An Original Australian Story:, HAROLD STEPHEN Esq., M.P. OF NEW SOUTH WALESA (All Rights Renrvtd.). CHAPTER XXL— (Continued.) 'And so lam. But how did you find it out? I never eaw you before in my life.' 'By means of thia,' replied tha Professor, extracting a photograph from h!a pocket book, and handing it to his companion. ' My photograph 1 IIow on earth did you you get it ? And irhy did you get it ?' Mr. Johnson began to feel uncomfortable again. 11 Did not lay name reoall anything to your mind?' ' Why, no — yet— yet — by Jove, I remem ber now I You must bo tho con of that . \ old Tredegar, tho iriend o! Sir Charles ' . North;11 — :' ylam.' V, , ' - ',? ' Iremembor well onough. Wa'prepareti a deed for him, and I took it to him for ex eoation. It waa a piece of secret service. 1 I was with Preeman and Truelove at the time.' ' Your memory ia aoourats, eir, ' I only wiah that it hadnot been.' 'What do you mean?11 En;d Sumncr— or Johnson, aa we will continuo to call him. ' ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

MALCOLM &BEATY, jFteb m$ $istitm &grnty *8»U«W,. ^.ttrtiouwe^. and fEaiut. gi.grntjs,. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prvpnreil ttr &RAW UF APPLICATIONS TTmUr the Crown Lands Act of f884. And puna through the .?.'?XAljrD OFFICE, Also appui-x «c rho IrfJcal; Land Court, And attend to any il.JfD BUSINESS . JCntiMisterl to tlirra . iFsll iiifurniKtion and- particulars on Xmii Mntc«rs to be hud from . MALCOLM & BEATS','' ? '???' i?«rri»nHfd. THE Australian Joint Stock Daub, RKorpor»t«tf »y Act of Council, 1855* PAID UF CAPITAL— ^600,000, with power to increnxe io £1,000,000. Kmtvi Fund— zisvfiW, ^ ? BEAD OPFJCE : Stdset, ? 105DOK OFFICE: g Krao Wiuum Snmr, EC firftnchts throajnont New Bculh 7/aloj»an[lQyccr.8 Hud: AgcnU In all thu oilier ColoniM tnd In Gr«a Si-tain, AweTfea,. Jniirs, China ; and ««iresponiient tki pniisipal uitfcj oi tht world. Th« Bank d»eouati MI)3,erants cash «-«fit», b-«Im fdtucM on upproTad security, negotiate producg kllku...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

..y^.'J'VkQS'.'tM VmhliivitccHiWhor ..tiiohrtK;Vin'cl»lli'9- ?:? '* r. J[-.v .jAHilU-.iftlwttylo lias time t«kaii,l!ife. -ibnv;o .Woll-kiiciwiii Hotel-.. It. \vilUjfis''J-er; ?; yTiilenvitaT to 'uiiinlnct tlic '.liniti.WeSSJiio tViiV $t may .(Hi'nip'nru uiVminiliiy witli tlrek-'niliiiji. Wetriiiftihtim itutela in aUrtoti'vf-iieai) antf ??' VoniWt. ? i . / , i.ii..;-.-.;---;.'. , ; Every : attention \iaid id KoftWerft and , jVisit-ir6. ,. , . .. .. ..../;,. ' ... ; ,.,. I - ^Tiie.lttVgiiat Vlud iririit 'toiiim'bilinH's'uoUse WWwnv '?' '. ????'!:;.'_ ; ' '? V ',?'? '' ? ?? '?? ; : fgitift gtti'itte «te^ in $K«itv (: iFIrst-'vlrt^s S talliiiii'pr-. feHiisii'dS. ?*-?;;. -?' :? M. -J. MtjiU'kYi »?,-. lYoTiriotrbsS. : ttommkrSiai -Hotel,.— i M'MAHON ERO^HSRS,, ?'??? .' Pttoi'itiRTORS. ,-; ... ?? :? TlfESSRS. M'MAHON. JJRO& l.rrr . iVL ' fo notify to tire pulilie'. of BhI ? ? liinftlU a-Vil ttistn'tit,, tlmf.i.tl'py . Imye. »? takeh th'R itlioVe toell'-rfchown'. Hotel; and ? liopes...

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Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

Stock Reports Mesara. WillcfnBon and Lavender report under date of 27th January :—i at Cattle — Owiog to the supply beiug smaller this week, j}riees were BligltUy bettor, i'a.6 Sheep — All qualities repreaeuted. Prices recovered the iall experienced fust Thursday, and compe tition animated. We sold tiOU nieriuo wethers. lor Mr. G_ H.. Burclier, at from Us 8d to 10». 3a ; 143 merino wethera for Air.. Jas, kelson. at 83 lid; 234 uifiiua wethtrs for Wr..J. Williams, at i rcn* 8a to 8a oUj 022 light-weights for Wr.. J I). Aluyera ; 2,217 meiiuo owes for Messrs. Keiit and tihaw, Yancannin, at 8s (id.; 1,080 lighter-weights for same owners, at tiom 7a Id to 7s 4d -r 7.8'J merino weteera for Mr.. J. -J. Lackey, at from 8s 4il to 8a ud ;. 422 becouba lor uunio awueraat.Ua lid. to 7a 'id.; 219 merino ewes for Air.. N- M'lnuea,. at from ,r-a iOd to us 3d ; 30trraeriuo awes for Messrs.. H. & C. Doug las, ut from 7a Id to. 7a 3d ;. and 80 stags for . siwie owners at ftom 7s IOd t» 8s. K...

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Fram Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

Fram Produce Eeport. Weaarav M'Gratb, Son nnd Co., report (January 26th) Uhceso : prime loaf to 6^-1 peril}.;. medium, to 4iil., large size Oil. to 6il.; moilinnu, 4.1. to 5J. h'reth butter; Prime iliiiriea, Is. 2ii. to Jo. lid.; oniiuary lota 8iL to In.; cniika frnsli 8il. to 10il. potted good, Id, to 8d.f medium &l. to 7il.;iuferior 6d. to Cd. U'ega 9d. to lOil. per lioz. ILms ; tiiine factory oured to 9a. per lb ; furm to ;8d. Bacons Factory, to 84ii.j farm to 8d. carcaae pork, 3d. to &i.; laru to 7d. Houvy : liusb, 3Jil.; prime garden, to 4il.; beeswax, to 9d. Fowls, ' 2s. 7d. to 5s. *l. pur jsiir; diickB, 3i. 111. to 5a.; gccBe, 3s !)d. to 5a.; turU.ya, 9a. 3d. to 30a.; guinea fowl, to 10s. 3d.;, pen, fon-J, 15s. to Zjs.j pigeons, to 2a. 9d.; rabbits and lures, to Iv. Wheat: new, 3a. lOd. to 3a. lOJd. per bushel. O.ita: Tartarian, 2a. 7Jd. to ;!s. 6Jd.; »tuut IcoJ, Sa. to 3a. OJd.; medium, 2s. !)d. to !is. lOd. Barley : Prime maltiug, to 4a.; medium do.; to 3a.;...

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Der Deutscher's Maxim. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

I-cr Ifcuc&ciitir'a Xaxan. Dhntvus vat you call a msxim I Dot 1 hear do.cdder day, ': Und.Iwrido id in'my album, : Sold don'd ooulii got avr-y; : ? ' Und I dolls rny lottleY^wcob Ho raoos4 mind vn.t he's ahout: ' 'Tia too Into to lock dor ulitable. Vhon der horsn he vnu gono oudt.' Vcn I boo abon dcr cornon ? . Off der shtrcets most nfcy night, Der loaf«3 und dor hoedlurua, Who do nix bat ehvear nnd tight, I say to mino Katrinn : . 'L°t U3 mako hcmu bright and gay i Vfl had pettei look dec slitnble Sa our oolts don't got avay.' Vhea you Baa dhosa Icodla urchins, Not mooch ofcr fensa-high tall, Bhiimp rjghdt into dor moloD patch, , Sbust owf der garden vail, Und vatch each lee-la rasc&U Vhen ho comes back rui'c heea ' boodle,' ..?' Look oudt und lock ycur tillable, So your own nag don't ebl.-yciooiile I Vhon der young man. nt der counter ' Vants to shpecgalr.io in ahloaks, Und buys heca girl cocao tiraoad ring3, Und piles right oup ricr roots, ' ;.?? Look oudt for dot...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 February 1887

T6 the Kcsidentfe of Swmj llill and District. 'AS it is pur. intention to make the ]X\- 'JRiveriUa Jlecordir freely . circulate ^Inouglh ut Swiiii llill and pisti let, we are miikin'g arrangements to have all the local ^ufoi'uiatiqn .about your District fully re 'cordod iii our columns, aiid hope by these lneanu'to establish a connection amun£ you. tl 'Having at present a gooii circulation; throughout Kiverina, whicli.wo hope to in crease largely on the Victorian side of the1 ? ^Murray'; '' 'The ''Tfeeorrfer will therefore be uj ; '(good'iiieilui'm. for'Advertisiiig, and ttieltates' ^eitfg '.Exce'iStioniilly tow, should be a great' ?». jiuductinieiit to ailvertiaera. We therefore1 ^hopVto receive from you a liberal share of .'... Biippbrt. ,.?,...', ., . ri '?-? ','. »? -,i. ; . Subscription 'per quarter, 63. in 'advance, : |7b. 611 'credit. ; . ; . . , JOB WlIiNtfl JfG in 'all its branches at the iiios't Reasonable Kates. -. , ., . . BAiUAKAU) AN» SWAN HlLL. ? Win. BttcMalifd1, Age...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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