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Miss M'Colough's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Miss M'Oolough/s Concert. Tlio concert in aid of the fund for providing prices for children attending tliis school, took place oil Friday niylit, und wus in every respect an unqualified success. The juvenile artists acquitted them&elveS' from first to last iu u very creditable munner, and their efforts were fully appreciated by tiiurg'e' audi ence, in fact, tho lmll was full und at a moderate computation there must have been 200 people present. ? E'. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M., p.tesided und opened the concert by a few appro priate remarks. He reminded tho au dience that Miss M'Colough wus fully entitled to- their support, as lier services were invuriably at the disposal of any committee formed to promote some local object or. local charity, and the purpose of the coucort was one likely to prove beneficial iu more ways tluin one to the children. Ho asked for it generous judgement ok tho performers to most of whom tliis was a first appearance on tho singe ulwuys fraught with addi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Bops' Column. Fooling with a Panther. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

.36o\-s*' Column. Foolhir/ with a Panther. 'Whon I waa u lad ot ten,' tuya Silas Smith, on old pioneer of Wisconsin, ' niy father removed to thia 'state from Now Eng land, and Fettled about three milea lrora Madison. Tho placo waa a villago thon, and, a small ono at that, and I remember onco seeing a doer running down the main street with u dozen doga alter him. Tho road from tho villago to our olearing wub littlo better thon a path. Thero woro only two termors having oxen and wnggona, and eo there wua little use for roado. Juat nt tho edge of tho wooda outside of tho villago was o.log barn belonging to a storekeeper named Hubert.-;. That was tho last building wo passed gt ing homo, nnd tho first ono como tb as we onterca tbo village oloaring. From that Btnblo to my fathor'a houso, three miloB, thero wafl only ono break in tho forest, and that waa only a ten aero clearing. ' Aftor having passed ovor tho routo eovcrol times with my father, I waa permitted to travel it alone whon anyt...

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

MALCOLMS BEATY, #forfc nnd Station SVitcnts. ?n!iwK SUrttnnm'sf, arnt gfaml S^ncnts, SALRANAIi I-. THE Australian Joint Stock Rank. Inooqxinxtttl bv Act of Council, 185.7. PAID UP CAPITAL— ^00.000, with power to increase to .£1,000, 000* Rkhprvk Fund— £2fK-, 000. HEAD OFFICE: Sypxkv. lOKDOX OFFICK; 2 Kino William Strkist) E.C Branclic* throughout New South Wales nnd Queens* land: Agents In nil tlie other Colonics ami In Great Britain, America, Imlla, China ; ami. correspondent the principal cities of tho world. - . Tht Bank discounts hills, prints cash credits, makes «dvnnces:on opproved security,, negotiates produce tills and documcnt-sl»Huc« drafts or letters of credit » n* negotiates or collects hills payahU at 'any o Iho ahoro-nonicd plactd or oUowhero, at curren C 4 ? ? rates. Highest Bates given for Fixed Deposits. BALEANATjD- BRANCH : J. 11. RICHARDSON, Manager. [CAnD.] ' . DR. C. W PARDEY, M.B., ot., On. B., Has Com.mknckd I'kactics irf SW.A. N HILL, And. may be Consulted Da...

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

Balranald Hotel (TA'f 1'KtlS ALL'S) ? v' Mrs, M. J. MURPHY BROS to. ftOnnttneo to linr friend* niitl tlio - nu!)Hcf -that ^Wc Im* ...iiw.Vttilw i iho: lintel, ' IV will ho her' fcndeaVmlr to conduct the business ao that tfc'may eotUjinve tavnuratdy with the leading Metropolitan Hotel* in attractivcnosa and comfort. lSvflpy attention paid to Boarders *ud Visitors. The largest and most commodious house in towoj vV $i-ivU;d Of the gvantte atutaysi iu £todt. tfii'st-class Stabling. BSilliunls. »1. J. MURPHY, l'ropriotrcss. ' AMEEY'8 Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. Messrs, m-mahon Bros. i.eg to notify 16 the publie of D»l luiiald unil district, that they have taken the above welMcuown Itotet, and liope by giving every attention, to buii'it a fair nhai;e of support. - .-. Every accommodation, with lionni Comforts. Suiiipli) Rooms for Coaimercial 'Travellers. Good Billiard Table. tfirat oIiies (Stabling Accommodation, Best Bntndn alwliVR kept. ? M'MAIlON BROS. Wakool Hotel...

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

Nkw Soi'tu Wvlub at Tnis Colonial and Indian Exhibition was thoroughly representative and (Jold Ores anil Quartz at tracted grout attention, espuoially wlion it was known that tlio avorngo per ton was far ill excess of that in tho other colhuiiisi Zator news 1ms shown that N.S. W. is likely t» ho oonio tlio- 'Gold Fiold of tlio future.' Mr, JTrooman, tlio inv cutor of tho Original1 and only Genuine Clilorodyne has I'utoly sent out ninny casus with thoso gontloinon who aro interested with tlio auriforous enterprise. ' MV. -Freeman has rcooivooiiuinenniB flutter ing Iotters and visits from N.JSW. . colonies,, wlio, otio anil all, spunk of tho incalculable valuo-st Mb Chloiodyno in tho treatment of all tho oomliioiior ilitonuns of life, aud eg pecially fn Cramp, Colior Diari ltro-i, I lyieu tory and Fevers so frequently met with iu Gold urnl Diamond Fiolds of Australia. — Sold ovorywhero throughout the Colonics. Insist- upon having '' FreenianV' only. Ro ii'ct sutistitntes n's they are...

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

IJII'OKTASTJ READ IT!! Ladies and Gentlemen — In opening Business in tlio 'DR APERY and OUTFITTING- LINK, I I.eg to solicit your commands. 1 intend to keep STOCK of good, useful, nnd durable materials, '.'and to sell at tlio finest -possible advance oil London cost, iheieforu I assure thoso wlio place tlioirfavor with mo, that they will save a heavy percentage and at the samo time gut Goods of Capital Quality. Small profits and quick returns is the motto V\_ „ At Williams' Best all round wlue in the district ?* ~ At Williams' Tho prices in Clothing are oxcecdingly low At Williams' Prints and Satoens in all this Seasons Fashions At Williams' Gloves almost given away At Williams' Ciiatomci-a will reccire tho greatest attention and country orders carefully aud - promptly executod At Williams' All Goods nurk.d in plain figures, and no sticking on ? At .Williams', Men's Suits, Serge and Tweed, of good .quality, are 32s Cd At Williams' . Men's Hats, 3s (Id, or if this is too dear, you can...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Traveller. Life in Wild Siberia. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

[?] Life in Wild Siberia. ' In- onoh cabin istho largo Dreplaoe, which is used for both heating nnd cooking,' Baid Liont. W. H. Sohcutzo, who bus travcllod in nortb-west Siberia. ' Thoro is seldom moro than one room in theso cabins, and usually tho ownor'a cattlo, if ho has any, occupy one end of tho room in which ho lives, being tied, or prevented from trampling on thobabiea by a bur. The houses are commonly very com fortable, ? but aro very dirty, ond Bmell— thoro iB no word to desoribe it. Ofton, until I got used to it, I would rather lio down in tho snow ontsido, with tho thermometer fifty degrees below zero, than sloop in ono of these huts. But you havo noidoa what a man can stand when ho has to.' ' Havo they windowB in thoir housos? ' ' Yes, ico windows. Thoy use ioo as wo uso glass. A olear piooo is Beleotod about five or six inches thiol;, mortised in tho window oponing in blocks two feet andsomotimes four fret square, nnd with water is mado solid. Tho watos 'ia. aa good aa ...

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

r An Abe Lincoln Story. ? , I.heard a story repeated the other day aa on. 'Abo Lincoln Story,' but whioh is older ? and must havo slumbered somewhere for a ? good whilc. Oortainly, it is not one that tho : politicians would bo likely to repeat on the stump, booauso it refloats on thoir craft. In a littlo. group at tho Parkor House, a rather noisy : young politician from tho City Hall i Was eohoing tho sentimonts of Henry Wattor Bon, and dofonding the principlo that the opoiis /Belong to -.tha viotor- '? 'I seo- no .reason,', said ho, 'why any Bepublican - should bo kept in a Federal offica here in ..Boston while I, a Democrat, who havo -. worked hard for tho party, am left out in tho ; cold.' ' That reminds me,' said an elderly . man, whom all tho town would recognise if I .woro to describo him, 'of an incident that I heard of early in Lincoln's Administration. There was a local politician who wont on to .'Washington to got an office that ho felt suro .only awaited his application t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

IFloveltet. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OFSUFFERING. , ';7 Alf AUTOBIOGItAPUy. ' 'Reprinted, from ' Tho Australasian' of ' - '1867 by special permission.) ( CHAPTER XVl.-( Continued) Tlio sontenco pronounced on mo was seven years' transportation, which, undor .'tlio' circumstances, was not a sovero ono. My. speeohifying had tho offoct of bring ing mo rather prominontly undor tho notice of tho authorities, nnd tho day after my trial I rocoivod a visit from tho sheriff, who subjectod mo ton lengthy cvoss-oxamination. As thovo was a some thing in tho mannor of tliis functionary which was not calculated to invito confidence I was rather curt in my roplies, aud the turtlo-fod gentloman (for it was rumoured in tho prison that ho imported turfclo for his own privato feeding) loft 1110 in high dudgeon at my reticence. To tho chaplain, who had shown mo a groat deal of kindness, I spoko frooly, and inado him acquainted with my history. Ho ollbrod, if [ would givo him tho address of my paronts, to...

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

? .vliV-H ?, .. - .. ; y , ipoetl'^ Cowslips. ?' Whcnmiata beside tho rivor kneel, ' ' liiko dtill gray nnns nt matins, And catkins o'er tlie willows steal, : All dressed in Bilvery satins, 'Before tlio soldier reeds unbind Thoir swords to tilt against tho wind. , Before the grass begins to toss. Its pretty fnneies trilling, Or buttercups find yellow floss Enough to make their frilling, ' Tho cowslips sit in golden crowds Beneath dim April's frowning clouds. Along within tho Holds thoy hide ; No lovor that way lingers ; Tho aiders by tho brooklet's side Reach down their long brown fingers ; ? Ono lonely robin, on the wing, Is calling plaintively for Spring. ; But still, as brave and glad aro thoy . ' As any Summer beauty ; 'Thoy ask no rosy holiday ; Thoy smile, for that's their duty. And all the meadow's glndnefe lies Within tholr bravo and shining eyes. ? Thoy promiao days in one bright wreath Of bloom and sunbeams airy ; Tho Bweotness of their fresh young breath Thoy give the sho...

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

? ? ; 38 if f ? A SljJjbcu., ? ; Litornry Self-Estimates.— That genius is Bcldom undciuEtimuictt tij its possessor is . proved by ruuny noteworthy examples. ' DCUttioy and Lahuor both oppicciutod their own literary work at ita highest voluo. Wordsworth nourished in hiH hrcust a sub limosolf-cotiiplaccnoy, and, iu spito of adverBe 'orilioiflmB. wroto : calmly on, ' in tho lull aa 'Buranca thathiB poems would be unpopular, And in tho lull aaauranoo that thoy would bo immortal. Byron waa no hotter judgo of his ' own poetry than ho wan of other people's. Hi'J 'Childc Harold's Pilgrimage'' ha thought inferior to hia ' Hints from Hor ace/1 a feeble imitation of Pope and Johnson, which ho repeatedly daaigned to publiah, and was wlthold from doing only by tho solici tations of his friends, whom, to hia aatoniah - tnont, he ooald never bring to think of tbo '? matter bs ho did. 'Thero aro two things,' | said Dr. Johnson, ' whioh I am confident I dan do very well ; one is an introduction to a...

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

DLMOX TlilCASVJII- ! That money or jewels buried beneath tho ground, ostensibly for safe keeping, should bo guarded by a supernatural and evil in fluence, seems to have been tho firm belief of past ages, perhaps from the mere fact of its being consigned to the care of the earthy beneath whose dark and heavy bosom thoy believed burned the everlasting fires of the Inferno, Into the keening of Satan it was said the; treasure must be given, and something of a secret nature performed at tho burying, so that should others than the' rightful owner seek, the hidden hoard, they would bo thwarted by weird mystery and Satanic intervention. In the time of the wicked ICidd, of pirati-i cal fame, it was known that large chests of ill-gotten gold and silver wore conccaled by him in various places, but principally along the then wild coast of Long Island, for the waters that wash its shores were frequently dnrkened by the shadow of that craft whose dread ensign bore the horrible figure of the skull...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Sad Occurrence near Maude. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

A Sad Occurence near Maude, (FllOM ouh own correspondent. V September 30'. A fatal accident oocured at a placer called tho Four-mile Clump, oil the Tholangerine station on Wednesday evening last,, whereby a youth named William Hurlo lost his life. A mugis Eerinl enquiry was hold . before A. M'Farldnd, Escf.r J .P., when the follow ing' evidence was taken : — Henry Prondergast deposed: The do ceased Was' ni mate of mine ; we were' rabbiting together on- Thelangerino run. At sundowu on' tho 28th September,., deceased started to' clean his gun ; thero' was a charge in it'. He took the' barrel of the stock, and took but the shot ; ho then shook some of the pow der out of tho barrel. He- put the gum in it lire that lie had lit outside' the hut, for tho purpose of'blowiiig- tlio' powder' out', lie placed liis- uioutlv ovev tho- muzzle of. tlio gun to 'see if it was clenr, when it exploadod in his mouth. Ho - fell back and laid - tliero for about tho minutes, ho then 'got. up and uioved ab...

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

Magisterial Enquiry. Last Monduy afternoon a magisterial enquiry was held before E. L. Rowling, Esq.. P.M., at Mr. Kelly's Bridge House Hotel, touching the death of a woman named Mary O'Donovan. Sergeant E. Dowling deposed that about 10 minutes to 1 o'clock, noon, ho was informed that the body of a woman was floatinii in the backwater caused by the overllow of tho. M urrumbidgee about 2^ yards from the embankment and about 500 yards from the bridge. He immediately went to the place, and saw deceased floating in about 2 or 3 feet of water. She had evidently slipped from the embankment, as a tobacc. -? bush was br.okon in her fall and tha grass levelled down. Her hat lay on the euibiinkniont 4 or 5 yards nearer to to the bridge. Procuring assistance he got the body out by means of a boat hook, and conveyed it to the Bridge House Hotel. On searching her ho found a purse with Gd. and a receipt for a wedding ring in it, 2 plain rings I on her linger, and a pair of of small earrings in he...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Benjeroop. September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 5 October 1887

Benjeroop, , (.fnoM oun own Cobbe&pondent.) i September 30, S The dry weather' which we have ex perienced lately, is telling severely oiv \ the crops which have commenced to' | turn red and wither away^ It is a I matter of astonishment how soon the j crops huvo been uffected after the splen did season wo have hud up to the pre-- r sent time, but tho bAiok soil on tlie river' flat b along tho Murray and Lid- i don rivers do not retain moisture for' I any length ofi timey and- the' gi'ou-ud is* !, I' A' I nlrfiAily'ijni.io pnnllmd. Another .I'euRon why the, Crops linvn fallen awny' si) tpii'ekly is. that tin* L'eniiil ruins' which linVe (iccOi'f'd regulir afld timely in tervals till tlnbuyh the piesi'iit si-iison Iihvb induced n soft iiilil nit IU «y pi-owi It hud the cftVct on tliu crop is similar to wlnit rt ni^v ehitij) would experience. ,ait liis flratjiitroduntinu to this ciiuntrVj in the liput nt nn Australian MttaiueiV Plm ' ; fiiriiHTS have, liinvpvi'l1, it trump card ...

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

The Insolvency of Alexander Oormack. TTie following is a summary of the evidence given in the Insolvency Court, SiHvcTTfurst (beforo His H--nor Judi-o Hamilton), on tho lltli ult., re the insolvency of Alexander Co: mack, of Gannawarra; — C fires. Brown Fish or deposed : I know the insolvent, Cormack vory well ; he ?was fiist in my employ about 20 years ago-;; when I-o went to Nynngn. I think fie lrndl £1000 a yoar ; thero was no arrangements that he should have a share- m tho profits ; it ' wns not for a certain' per centago of the profits, but xni lion of that he should liavo a XI 000 a year ; Nyanya belonged to Dr Williamson, and after Dr Williamson add to mn I wns the only proprietor ; ?when Mr Cormack was engaged, a'l the cattle aud sheep, and stock upon it ?were mine; I know Naryilco and Froines Creek Stations ; the former is on the Queensland sidn of the border, trnd tho other on the New South Wales side of the border ; tho border is fen eed ; the area of the stations is, abo...

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

Our Representatives in Sydney j In pur next issuo we shall present to our readers u fuil report of the work' done in Sydnwy by our Mayor (Aider-' man Close), and Alderman Boynton, Iu the jmoantimo wo take the folio .» ing: from the Sydney ' Daily Telegraph' i A deputation from Balranald wag ' yesterday introduced to Mr. Garrett by Mr R, B. Wilkinson in reference j to sOme 'complaints made by pustx | oralists uud homestead lessees in that' f localtiy. I The deputation, brought uu-' j der M r. Garrett's notice the undesir-' j ability of including travelling stock! routes within tho area of homestead' and pastjoral leases, pointing out tlinfc '' when that was done the stock routes' were fed over by the pastoral tenants,, and to such an extent, as in the uaso ' of Balranald, that tne travelling stock j were deprived of the advantage of the' j feed, Mr. Garrett, in reply, stated that it would be impolitic and injurious to the' homestead leaseholder' to exclude the' stock routes from thet...

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 — 12 October 1887

Ibumor. Sit', and Mrs.- Bowser, by sins. nowsEn. Four weeks ago Sir. Bowser Jiogan to be. . ' . liaro in n Btrango manner.' I noticed hill ' .. ^ ? looking nt tho outside of tho house trom tho front nnd back, ncconipanled by strange men, nnd from my open window 1 henrd them - talking about 'modern colore,' 'menQow green ' and other mysterious things. It was ? _ not until I found a board in the back yard with half a doron colors of fresh' paint' oil it ? , . that I Buspectcd anything. Mien I asked , :. Mr. Bowser : 'You can't bo thinking of having any , ' . _ . painting dono nrottnd here Hits spring V' ' . ' I think tho cornico ought to bo touched up a littlo.' ' But wo had everything paintod a year ; - ago, and you said it would stand for' ten years.' 'If I 'snid bo ifcivill, but the of has changed this year, and I guess I'll have a man for two or three days.' ' And you'll havo us all in a muss for tho - next month. Mr. Bowser, can't you lot this house alone for a day or two ?' ... ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. His First and Last Battle. A SOLDIER'S THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

-. fflMkellnncouo. Jlls JFii'st and Last Buttle. A soi.mini's TitouaitTs. .Why should I dread tho impalpable king? W liy should 1 shrink at tlie beat ol his wing ? Each hour I draw near him ; 'Tis baseness to fenr him— Tho bugle doth call. Hark ? tho glad sound of tho drum and tho life, HouBlng tho soul to tho ardor of strife. Otnera havo faced him well, Strung by no battlo-yoll, Ho comoth to nil. Pain is man's heritage upon earth, Given him with breath at tho moment o£ birth Lifo will soar from this dust, And tho shot or tho thrust Brings freedom from thrall. Now wo nro marshalled and ready to slay, Silent and stern in our serried array. Whence this strange drenmy thought, Reckless and fearing naught? Seo'st not thy pall ? Clinging to life 'mid the whirl of tho fight, All life's bittorncss sunk out of sight. O I what a burning pain j God ; I am Btruck again— How lightly I fnll. No Taste for dull Books. — Novels nro intended for the amusement of tho reader ; or thoy should bq. If pe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Reason Why. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

Tho Reason Why ? She did not speak to me, tho' I ?Am sure she saw mo passing by, Capricious sox 1 now who would know She was my sweetheart long ago, And gavo my ardor sigh for sigh ? Hor glanco still mocks nn April sky; Iler cheeks a mcrmet rose outvie ; 1 credit all hor graces, though She did not speak. ? Hns she forgot lovo's tender tic, That bound us each bis sworn nlly ? The vows wo pledged for wcnl or woo, Tho kisses we exchanged ? Ah, no 1 My wifo was with me j that is why She did not speak,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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