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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

OPEN COLOIN.' ? .: fPe do not ntcmariltj identify ourselvis-' with the ojiiniom 0 f our (Jorrcuponitentii, AU comnnunications must be' accom'panleil by the ?proper names of the writer*, not for' publication, but at a yuarantee qf yooti faith

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

*1116 Tragedy at Victoria Bridge This tilisfi Wns tinished r.t (nsti oil the ' 2lst inst. and tbo co.i oner's jury gave tlicir v6nlieti the facts of ' the case lui. fly Bi.Ht'pd' nS follows i On the even ing of tin} 3lst. of August,- a Miss Liuirn ' fewHin wns walkihg on Victoria bridge wiili CnptHin Monro (io whom she was MicHiied (o be married) of the Merchant Si)rvicp(;wbpn', jiccnt'ding to the iHllpr's testiniolly Miss -Swain, jumped off the hHdge 'lid was drowiiPil; her luidy not being found. until n'eSt rtiof-niiijr, ,ul though two ^itnewes (Captain ' Mooro nnd a man named Flynti) stood on the bank and saw her flouting pust within ti few fp'st nf'tliemi on all uccounts be fore life could lie extinct. . The verdict at rived »t titinninioiiRly ?tens'. ' That Laura Swain wus found drowned, Sho whs liist bpoh alive on Victoria bridge on the night of the 31st of Angustj between 8 p-ni- and half past a p.m. mere was noo biiuicipul evidence to sliow bow sho got into the filter. , And...

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

Glare Polce Court; On Friday, the 23rd inst,- before lS L. Rowling, P.M., W, B.- Gayfoty and' John Lindsay, J.P's, Esqrs, Crown Lainda Bailiff v, Robert M'Keown, removing timber from Ci-owiv lunds without u license, This case was1 proved by the Bail'irf, and the defend-' ant fined 20s.-%vitli costs 4« lOd, Same v.- Fitz'patrick.- This case wits' aiiiiiuir 00 me aoove, out one prosecutor failing to prove that the timber was re-' ! moved from Crown lands,- the case' was dismissed, Iu neither of these oases1 did the defendants nppbiii*;- I In the next case the prosecutor, a1 rabbiter, named C'rossley charged1 an other rabbiter, J Dowsey, with stealing! a blue stag-hound slut,- the facts being! that tho complainant bought the dog! from defendant-, -paying' him' £1- for the5 same. I11 a day or two after this tranfc' action, the defendant went to cbitiplnint-' ant's camp where the dog was on' the1 chain,- und- demanded the' dog lmok,i throwing a' one-pound1 011 ttie ground, loosing the' d...

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

Latest Stock Returns. From the report by the Chief In spactor of Stock for 188G, wo select tiie following)' si touted in our neigh, holirhood : — District. Aorcago. Horsos. Cattlo. slisfi?' Ralrandld .. 5^19, SMI 2,6»-- 3,123 l1Mi,772 llcnlliqliin .. 2,81ll,lllti 4,710 0,173 1,0:3,760 liny .. ;; 3 1^0,049 ? 8,1W 4,103 1,121,128 lvallhoe .. 7,704,278 1,1144 2,40.i 1,2711,032 Mcnlllllt« i. 11,6^0,176 4,4fi2 2,553 1,418,«U Wolltivortll .-- 7,8(8,481 1,502 1,402 61H.OO6 . Wlkunnlh. .. 20,0:3,784 0,626 IT, 80S 2,309,018 . The above shows the differances on lits'* year as foliu.wn : — ; . . ili^trlct; ' llorsea. Cattlo: Mltfcp. Hiilnuifil.l Incr. f2 Ilcor.' IS liicr. lf7,117 Dcntllliuln Uccr. 120 „ 4 6 „ 83.620 liny . . „ 8 lncr. , 210 „ 86,S°3 IvallllOO -.. 8 „ m „ 120.862 Moiilnillo lncr. 1&2 ,, 403 „ 277.514 Wcntw'itli „ M Deer. 220 „ .6,186 Wlliamila „ 1,008 Incr. 1,621 „ 820,674 In sheep an iucieUse of 1,084,905 in those seven districts of direct' inter est to our reftdci's. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 September 1887

SWfttt Hill. (FRom our own Correspondent.) September 27; The usual monthly meeting of the committee of maiingpiiieiit of the S«nui Hill Hospital was held in llie Bum I room 01' the institution on Thursday, 1st September. 1!; Htinhes, J.P., in : ' he'cliair, :iind the followiu*; members of committee weie preKPiit. : — Me.ssrs. Geo, Christie, F; G. Boys,. Ellis Hook, John Gray, Walter Sioiili)' imtl Win.! A nilei-Knii. After ilii. iniiiiiieu Hi' llm I., st meeting had been i'ead niltl cOn tiruiedi tbe following i-oriespoudenue was considered i A iRtter from the Curator of Intestate Estate*) tiansfer iug the pro|ieities of the. lato in-patient. Dnnmore lo the fnuds of the instiiu lion j also a letter from llie solicitor general's ofllce in re-tratisfeteiice aud compensation of aud for present llos pital biiildingsi It was resolved llial. the transfer lie signed willi llie request that the present hospital be qccupicd as usual until the new building is com pleted. The plans and specitic...

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

MISS. M'OOLOUGH'S SCHOOL, A CONCERT will lm giVon In thn MASONIC HALL on FRIDAY, 30th September, 1887, nt 8 p.m., tlio proceeds of which will be a fund for providing prizes for the ohildreti attend ing tho uhove school. S. L. Eowlinq, 15-iij., in the . Chair. Tickcts, 2s 6d S ich, Hospital Ball. MHS. AMF.RY nfisisKJd by several LADIES of BalraiMild and dis trict intends giving a PUBLIC BALL at tiie 'REST,' MARKET STREET, o!f FRIDAY, 31st OCTOBER, In aid of llie Funds of the BALRANALD HOSPITAL. L-tdies Tickets ...i!0 10 6 'Gentlemen's Tickets ... 0 15 0 Double Tickets ... 1 1 0 A JUVENILE BALL will bo lipid on' Oclohet,*22ud commencing ut G.30 p.m. TiclctilS, 2s Gil. Sports ! Sports ! ! A GRAND PROGRAMME oF S P OR T S Will bo carried out at tlid BRIDGE HOUSE HOTElL, BALR A N ALD, ON Wcdnesdliy, !-t!i IVovcinlicr. Full particulars in future advertise ment. ro Stand at Swan's Paddock) Swail Hill THE THOROUGHBRED STAl.LTON' KOIIINOOK, FOALEtl 1878, KOIITOOR is a beautiful ridi ilrdWH cd...

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

Biorst's ! BSorscs t FOR SALE. — Tri Hawkers, Teamsters, Drovers nnd Othore. U5 Horses .from 3 to 4 years old — Droughts, Light llftiness nnd Sailillo, whinh I oiler to soil at prices to snit tlio times. Inspootian invited. Trial given. A. G. II. HILLKRMAN. I'anga Hotel, 10 milos'from Bulraualdi

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

[ ' ' I J Two WiitiiS, — Tho will of tho Tate Mr. ; Thomns Chirnaido, in connection with his Victorian property, amounts to £150,000; and that of tho lato Mr. John Fiulay reaohca the sum of £1 19,033. Holloway'a Ointment and Pills. — Kvor useful* The afllictcd by illness should look their diseases fully in tlie face, and at nnce seek a remedy for them. A short soaroh will convince the most scoptical that these noble medicaments have afforded ease, com fort, and oftentimes complete recovery, to tho most tortured sufforors. Tho Ointment will cure all descriptions of sores, wounds, i bad legs, sprains, eru« tions, erysipelas, : rheumatism, pout, und skin nifcctions. The j Pills nevorfail iu correcting and strengthen* | tng tho stomach, and in restoring a deranged liver to a wholeaomo comlitiui, in routing torpid kidneys to iucreaao their .secretion, and in re establishing the natural healthy activity of tho bowels. Pollovvay's are tho remedies for complaints of all classes of soc iety....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Koticc. ' A BAZAAll in aid of the t)EBT in i j ,/V eoiinociion with the CATHOLIC CHURCH, Bidielnald, will :iio held: . during, the weok of the.. next Annual' Knees. ? . ? - ' By- order of the Oominiitde; DAVID FLYNN, - i ., ? .Hon.- Sec/. 5. . Balranald, 4th Octcjiier,- 1887/ I Municipality of ffiairanald. | \TOTICl! is hfcKsWy Ki'vGrt ttirtfc ? the ' ? IN II df-Yearly. Ratfis life due on I 1st OCTOfiP.R. and mt-Ht be paid on or heforo 14th OcroW. j . RICHARD BEATY, ' j Council Clerk, i -.Councif Chamter, BalranaM/ ' .1 1st October, 1887, | /;?; LOST. ; I o62 Reward.; j A-Sffi CHESNUT mare; liranded ! cross within circle on near shoulder (hi and a Hi tie blotched),- large hlnZ'u on ? face, and sore on withoiv Any one ' finding sumo and delivering at., tlio ? ! Jnnotion llotel, will receive £2 Re i 1vurd.- J HENRY tlNNEiT, - Horses I Morses t IT^OR SALE.— To Hnwkui-8, T'onm»t;oi-s, . Urovurs and Utliurn. 25 Hnrses fioin .'! to 4 jenrs old— llraiffilits, l.iylit ' ' ' k IlftiliGSB uiu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

THANKS. MISS M'COLOUGH tendem. Iioi sincere thanks to all, who so kindly helped,- by their influence or otherwise, in making' hor Svhool . Concert, of tho 30th nlto., rt snccess. ? J3nllandellH-6treet, r4th Octolier, 1887.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Vital Questions IN! ' jW ihe most eminent Physiian ; ? , Of any a-h-ol, what is the beBt thins *h the world for quieting and nllaving all irrs-' tutiou of the nerves, ami ou»ing Hi! forms of luii-voufl complaint', givint? ii itiual, child . ' like refrfshiu^ sleep always ?? ; And tliey will tell you unhesitatingly ^^ySctiic'/ortii o/ flops ! M ' ' Chapter i. Ask any or all the most emiuent physician 11 What is the best and only remedy th&b tan bo relic . I on to cure all diseases of too kidiioys am! uriuury organs'; kucIi Brigr.ts tliscafio, dinbutes, retcntinn. or i:»al-ility; to \ totnjii 'uW::u. an.'. -U (h« diacas.^ and ail ? hicuts ppoulinr to Wotwn.' — i ... Aiid they will tell you explicitly aud em* | l-hntically '* Buchit ' I ' ? - Ank tlie samo physiciaim I .' 41 What fa the moat reliablo and surest 'Cure for all iiver diseases or dyspepsia ; con fetipatioii} indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever, a^ue. &c,'aud they will toll you. ? Mandrake 4 or Jjamhlio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Ibnmov. ilfi'. and Mrs. Iiowscr. By Mas. Bowskii. All hnBbanda find fault with their meals. 1 know thia to bo true, booauBa Mr. Bowser saya so. I think it nothing strange whon Mr. Bowser sits down to his dinner and bo gins: 'Humph I Same old oomed beetl' 'Yes, my dear; it's tho samo corned boot you ordored as yon wont down this morn ing.' ' Oh, it is I I didn't know but it was some I ordered a year ago. What do you oall theso thinga.' ' PototoeB, of oourBe.' ' Potatoes, oh? I'll try and romember that name. And what's this?' ' Cabbago, my lovo.' ' Oh 1 I didn't know but it waa wood-pulp, my lovo, Was this bread mado since tho war?' ' Certainly. It is only two days old.' ' Humph 1 Buying Bome poor coffee again, I Bee 1 Look at that 1 That stuff looks as if it was dipped oat ot a mud-hole I' 'But you ordered this vory ooffeo yourself only night boforo laBt.' Ho growls and cata, and eats and growls, nnd I've got used to it. It is only now nnd then that ho proceeds to violence. Tha othor...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Balranald. Siverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. During tlio Inst wook tho wuathor buuamn very unsettled, aud on Saturday and Sun day wo had sonio short but heavy showum. The rntn was universal about tho diatiiut. It was raining on the Euston road heavier thuu hero, nnd likewise froin Cfaro down wards, 25 points wero registered at tho Jimution wlion tho oo.ch passed thero on Sunday night. Ou D Block 15 points were ncgiutored on Saturday and 2- points on Sunday, and still ruining. In Bulrauald 45 points wero registered for tho two days. Wool Arrivals — Sept. 28, Paika 2 teams ; Till Till 4 i 20, (lien Emu 2, Claro, 2 ; 30th,. Clare 3, Pnilta 1 ; October 1st, Puika 2 ; 3 id, PAika 1, .Till Till 2. Malcolm mid Unity report having sold 5.000 2, 4, 0, Si 8 tooth wothurs, tho pro* Jiorty of Mr. I)' Chi-ystid, Muluriilu, to Mr. oliti Byrne, Froemount, at a satisfactory iigiiie. ? Malcolm & lieuty report tho following stork movements : Crossed tho Balranald Bridge ou 1st inst.,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Miscellaneous. Teaching Jack a Trick-— 1 heard a dog Btoiy the otlier day that wouldacrvoBBn text in a reformatory echool, or, to bring it nearer homo to some pcopl', ns r.n rrr.nment in favor of educational discipline. Tbo hero ot this talo is a stubborn Irish Eotter, amiable enough, but stubborn, and trained only to bo good. Ho never (showed any epecial talent, savo to kcop house and livo up to his oanino instinots of barking at seedy looking Btrangorsand evinoing a proper affcotion for tha familv whom ho honored with hia maintenance. Not very long since a young relative ottha family undertook to teaoh Jaok a triok. Ho was told tha dog was too stubborn to learn anything, it was usolesa to wasto timo over him ; but the moro tho obstacles thrown in his way tho moro tho young man peraiated, for ho Baid it waa timo Jnclc know somothingj nnd lio had just taught hia own dog sovoral amuaiug trickB which Jaok Bhould nnd must ncquiro forthwith. Wlieroupon ho called Jack into tlio diniug-ro...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Foil 60iue time pust tho iiilmbitunts -^f Oxley und the Burronniling district liitvn fo t the want of u Government Post and Telegraph Ollioe, und repre sentations to that effect have from time to time been uinilo to the departmental superintendent or inspector when puss inc tliroimli the townsliip. but bo far nothing bus come of it. Within the lust few days the mutter has,, however, been taken up again, und various wuys have been diacussed how best to bring the matter under the notice of the pro pur aniboritiiiH. Oxley has increased from year to year d tiring the last de cade, and is now of far greater extent than murty u bush town that has. every, convenience iu the way of postul acco modation. But it is not tho township ulone which leels the want. Oxley is an evvr-incrnusiiig crossing place for stock, and a (I'legruph-otlice is almost, a ne cessity fur drovers and their employers — the station owners — and tho nearest ollices are at Balranald or Hay, 60 miles, and Ivunhoe or Booli...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

'Uabtes Column. I Que:,'. I' is ttlwujn rather startling when i. ; ..lH turnB fraotioua on tho handa of hor entertainers, who in all likelihood do their bcEt to please. Suoh a lapeo of good mannors may bo patiently ondurod ; but tho only pleaB ant feature of ouch a visit is tha day of da parturo. People of this sort are not agreenblo anywhero ; tboy aro out on tho bias nnd will always bo a littlo askow. But the person ot avcrago good- nature and intelligence can, by observing several rules, at least avoid boing positively tedious, if not at all timea enter taining. Whon cxpccting to bo mot at tho [ station, be euro and stato tbo day of tha ,weok as well as month, and tho train on which you will arrive. Bo sure to Bend tho lotter several days in advance, especially if to tho country; it may savo you n day of weary waiting at some out-of-the-way plaoo. One should adjust taste, sight, small, eto., to tho different conditions of the homes she visits. It ia far from pleasant to feel that...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

liOCAff, NEWS. We- lmvo been shown a letter from Mr. Gayfor, of Manfred, about tlio roportod gold' Ileitis, bearing out the information wo gave in onr Tast issue. The party employed in prospecting, oleanod out the shaft sunk by Lysnylit, tho originator of all these stories, and wnsliod six diuhes without finding a trace of gold, other, trial Bhutto sunk gave tlio same result. A Ml'KTIN'O' of tho Presbyterian enngrega tion took place ou Monday night. Tho llov. A. Hardio opened tho meeting with prayor, and then briefly, stated tho oliioet of calling them together. Thn suiii cnllooted far a 'Church ' - Building fund now amounts to £320, iu addition to which, tlio- ' Churchy anil Miuibo L-'an Building Fund' _ of tlio Presbyterian Cilurch in Sydney is willing to lend £'200, frno of interest, to bit rupaid in yearly in«talmenta of 10 por coat. On tlio motion of Mr. Beaty, seconded by Mr. Mur ray, it was resolvod to apply to tha abivo fund for a loan of j£200— on tho terms stated. The rev....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Ibcaltb. . Contagious Discaaea.— Au eminent phy sician nayii that scKrlet fever is very much lcaa contagious than is commonly supposed; much leas, in fact, tlinn measles and whoop ing cough; and in proof of his opinion, ho oites tho fuct that, whilo it ia tha rulo for measles and whooping cough to nffcct all tha children in a household, scarlet fever usually limits its uttaoks to ono or two, evon though thero may bo others who havo novor had tho disease, and ara theroforo presumably suscep tible. Thoro is ono noint whioh tho doctor it accms to us, docs not lay euffioicnt ntrocn upon ; and that is, that, whilo parents dread scarlet fover, thoy have but littlo tear of measles or whooping cough, and, boing in fluenced by that popular, pornioious and foolish impression that all children must at somo timo of thoir lives havo thoso latter disc; sea, thoy take no pains to isolate tho bick from tho woll, as they do if tha disease be acarlet fover. Tho writer oould give re peated instances w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SWAN HILL, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

TULEIUatAiUSv Swan 'Hill, October I, Tlie Pride of the Mitrruy passed with three large Ti'uotion engines und other inucliinery for Chuffey Bi'ob.,. ut Mil dura, ? 'Wtchepiioof, October 4, 1 Hetivy riiin fell hero luab Saturday, accompanied : by ' u terrible dtiBt storm doing great dumngo ; uh inch uud u half of ruin being registered. Crops looking splendid. Sydney, .O'otober 4; All violent; persecution of WeHleyiins ut Tonga hue ceused, but the feeling of miiinosity Iiiih not entirely subsided.- . His Exdelleiioy, tlie Governor, yes terday,. o|)eneil - the- hew Oily .Refuge aud . Soup : Kitoheu,. Eighteeri thous and persons wore present. ? At the Eight Hours' eporta' nnd procession, only Q tweuty-threo trade' societies were present, and in several cases uot uupjiorted by lift \r members. Resolutions will be moved in the Assembly to day for punishment of se duction uud to rescind the motion granting free, passes ou ruilwuys to ex uipinberu of Assembly. ' Twelve Armstrong guns arrived...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Hunting Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

A Hunting Adventure. William Christopher, a well-known farmor of Stockton, California, arrived in town noma timo ago with a ouriosity in tho ahapo of tho skull of a monster wild boar whioh ho had killed in tho tulcs near tho hoad of Twenty one-mile Sloughtho week beforo. Theciroum stances attending tho killing of the animal aro as follows : — Early in tho morning ono of tbo mon em ployed on tha Christopher ranch armed him self with a Bhot-gun nnd went into tho woods in search of gamo. Ho had not pro ceeded far when ho heard a noiso, ns though aomo heavy nnimal was foroing ita way through tho thick tanplo of tho Rorub that grow on cither side ot the traok. A moment later tho hunter was Btarlled by seeing an enormous wild boar step from tho brush a fow feot in front of him, and eilootually blockade tho beaten track/ Tho animal ap peared to ba ob muoh surprised ns tha man, and Btood for a few eecends gazing at tho hunter. _ Tho latter turiod and ran for a small willow tree. Tho ijoar w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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