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THE OLD SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

? ? I THE OLDSJSTTLVIt. ' Meg' said tho Old Settler, as ho filled his pipe after supper nn.l draeged tho splint bottomed rocking chair out 011 the verandah for a quiet smoke, ' run over to the 'squire's 1111' see if liis folks hns got through with their las' week's Clarion Illast o' Freedom yit. Seems to mo it takes em' a good w'ile to read thnt papor through. I sent over fer it yistcrday, an' they sent back word t'ney was rcadiii' on it thcirsclfs yit. It'll be time for net' week's nancr to trit aroun' 'fore I have a squint nt wa'at were goin' on las' | week if tho Equire'a folks hold on to that paper much longer. I never seo how selfish soma folks is. Kun over, Peleg, an' see if they're through with it, an' it thoy can't send it this time, thoy kin keep their ol' paper for all o' me. Run along, relcg.' Little I'clog put 011 his hat and started, lie was about climbing tlio garden fcncc to make a short cut to the Esquire's when his grandfather called him. 'Hoy, Peleg I' ho callcd. '...

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 XVIII. THE JUVENILE REFORMATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

Tl^loveliet. DAYS' OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. . ? An AuTonioaiiAPiiv. Reprinted from' Tho Australasian' of - 18G7 by special porinission ) OHAP'IVER XVIII. ' . ? ' THE JUVENILE HEFOHJIATOHY, : The next morning I was taken boforo -.''./the governor, Captain Grooves, who told mo lio had hoard a vory unfavorable account of me from tho chaplain, and ; asked mo what I had to say for mysolf. I replied tluit 1 felt too nervous to reply to linn ns clearly as I wished, and I should therefore fool thankful if lio would allow mo to writo a lottcr to him, that I might tho hotter uf.ato what I had to urge in uofonce of my Conduct. Paper was sup plied to 1110 that evening, and before I ~ - wont to bed I had completed a long epistlo to tlio govornor, in which I had placed the wliolo mattor fairly beforo liini. I asked - linn to judgo ino by my conduct and pcnoral habits aB observed by the officers. To bo guided, in estimating a prisoner's character, by tho clergyman's report of his -religiou...

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

v . 0ooD Stodce. ' Whilst TCCOSllialng tlio noblo part tlio pulpit litis ttfken in tho reformation of tho world nnd oducntion oC tho peoplo, it must bo ndmittad that It has boon occasionally tho bcoijo of hnmoroufl incidents, aoino of which, perhaps without irreverence, it may be pcr jniBsibio to recall. Possibly tho greatest number o£ pulpit . recollections hang upon tlio misquotations ? nnd misplacement of terms. Only recently, n minister was heard to declare ' it was im possible for tiny man by thought to add ono stature to Ills cubit'— n truth so important to his mind as to merit an imprcssivo repeti tion. Another minister nllirmcd, on tho '.»? authority o£ tho scriptures,' Moses pulled oil liis feet, for tho ground on which ho stood ? . was holy.' It was n curato who informed us tliat '? immediately Peter crow tho cook went out nnd wept bitterly.' Another of his order Bnid, ' Till heaven and earth pass, ono tit or one jottlo shall in nowise pass from the law, till all bo fulfil...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A TIGRESS TAMED. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

A TIGRESS TAMED. (Concluded.) And, now, Nina had made a brilliant mar raige,aud would not;bo civil to an old friendl There wero not only the letters, thought Jeanne, as she Bat tapping her feet on the fender, thoro were stories one oould rccall. Nina had not been one of the quiet girls nL the seminary ; none of hor class at tho Bcmi nary had been very quiet. Thoso letters sha certainly should not have for money — atany rate, not just yet; -a determination which, Jeanne, having formulated it, slio emphasized with a dainty little kick at slio fire shovel. This proved an incautious movement, and, with a little grimace of pain, she returned to her book, treasure trove nt a shop in Lisle Street. At that moment Adolpho, tho senior gar oon of tho establishment, gave one of his dis crect raps nt the door. An invaluablo crea ture, Adolphc— he had been captain of the waiters at Clio Continental until ho was de tected in somo littlo irregularities, nnd he adored Mine, de Legaspc and her gowns ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Mayor and Ald. Boynton in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

T&e Mayor and Aid. Boynton in Sydney, The following report was on Monday night presented to the Municipal Coun cil, by the abovo gentlemen s — Our first interview was regarding the bridge over Box Creek, After the various reports had been gone through, it was uffirmed to 11s that it had been decided to put a bridge over the creek, and that the sug gestions of site would bo duly con sidered, Wo also brought under the notice of this depurtmenb the great necessity of clearing the roads that give entrance to the1 town, being from Yanga gate on the south side, und from Puika gate on tho north side. Their unswer to this was a definite refusal to clear the portion on the Yanga side 011 account of being wholly within Muni cipal limits, bnt as there were some doubt whethor tho whole of the road on tho Puika Ride was 011 the same footing, Mr, Crown's report was referred baok to him for this oxplunution. We next saw tlie Hon, the Minister for Justice, Mr. Clarke, ro the appoint ing of ...

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

Balranald Municipal Council, The usual fortnightly meeting of tho above Council was held on Monduy night. Present, Tho Mayor (Aid, Close) in the chair, Aldermen Boynton, Grum, Barlow, Dr. Liwson aud Grinham, The minutes of the lust meeting on tho 12th ult, were rciirl and confirmed. The next meeti'ng wus 10 havo been held 011 the 26th ult., but being attended by Aid. Grinham and Dr. Lawson only, lapsod for wunt of a quorum. Accounts amounting to £37 10s 8d were pussed for payment. The bank-book was tabled showing a credit balance of £156 15s Id. Tho Council Clerk next read the fol lowing correspondence: — From W. Hall, asking permission te erect a fook-bridge on the right of way next to Mrs, Boat's, — Granted Frotn Treasurer, Sydney, stating that tho endowment for the half-year ending 1st of August, amounting to £174 12s Id. hud boon placed to the credit of the Council — Received Mrs. J. Murphy applied for permiss ion to sink u cesspit. Tho application was recommended by Mr. Hurtwol...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Clare Police Court. FRIDAY, October 7 (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M., J. Lindsay and W. B. Gayfer, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

Glare Police Court. Friday, Ootolior 7 (Before E. L Howling, Esq., P.M., J. .Lindsay aud W. B. Gayfer, Esqrs., J.P.V) There were fivo cbrrs against Gol Gol shearers, in none of which were the ...BiimmotiBCB served, and the informs'' tions were withdrawn by Mr. Putter eon. In the case Waugh v Ostiot'nu — No Service of summons. Waugh v a drover for tresspass on Clare station — Defendant did not ap pear, and the case wus heard ex-parle ) Vesnlt of which defendant was filled tho Bum of £2 10s, with 4s lOd costs of court. — Fine paid. In tho case Gayfer v. a drover for tresspass on Manfred run ; the service of the summons was iiiButllceut, William Blackburn in custody) on remand, brought up for stealing u Saddle, the property of George Em niett, was further remanded until. Fri day, 14th inst. to appear at Balranald for the evidence of the prosecutor, he being too unwell to attend at Glare. One small debts case was disposed of, No service of RummonR — case continued.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. Dolly's Slipper. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

[j^CUV. i JJolty'ti ,'iti)-pr-\ . Dollj's slipper with its rosette, Onco of blue— now faded gray, In tlio atlic jjiim 1 fonml it, i.v,. V . Ami 'I dragged it into day. . Will Its tee 50 pointed, taper, And its dainty I, eel of leather ; * . . . All I no wonder swains would Kaper Whore the elippciB danecd together. Where 8 its mate! That doesn't niatler; Half Iho world's as pood a t-e whole,' Y011 can't count n maiden's conquest ' Gazing 011 n single solo. Ah, uic I fancies they engender Dreams clyslan of the olden I'.-.sl-tade when the hearts so tender Melted into channels gulden. Here, the slipper, slim nnd dainty, Half reveals the waltzes gay, - Though its rosette, once so pretty, -. 1 Now ia faded, prosy gray. ? Fift.v years or so— 110 mailer, With its little matea prancing In a rhythmic sort 0 patter — O'er the waxen floor 'twas dancing. . Put tlio satin slipper, laddie, - ? 'Mnng the dust again to rest— For, acunning litllomousio ?t.\\ In the toe lias made its nest-. ?? v ' Lon...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

Mufrabit. fl?ROM Ofltt OWN CoitlU'.St'OJJDliNT.) October 5. , This district is now in u very sloppy condition nt present, we bud u very lit^HW thutideiBtunn on the 1st iimt. which has been fallowed with several heavy showers since, altogether nlmul 2 inches felli The rain litis just come ut the right timo iss tlio crops wore just Bt the critical period of cominc out in ?hi* Tlio forward'oi'bps nro now trnfe, burring lmilntnriiip, \vii i I h t the backward Crops will como on very well, und with n few showers in u fortnight, ought to be nn good hh the early ones. Alto gether tlie prospects of tho formers nro Very bright, this sonsnh, tin although the crops will be very good ull thiongh the linrthern districts, in the southern districts the fnrinerH are having too much wet weather, aud the crops there will be very indifferent, und the price of Nv heat, may not be any lower 'than in previous years, There is tihundaiiue of grass everywhere and the stock aro con sequently in good conditio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Football. BALRANALD MECHANIC'S CLUB v. BALRANALD FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 October 1887

? ? j . ? Football, Balkakald Mechanic's Club' r. Bai- r ranvld Football Club I' V.' On Saturday, 1st inst a meetlttg took place at MacKenzte s Royal Hotel to ! discuss the advisableness of starting a second Football Club in onr township, 1- . As there were a sufficient number of players and lovers of the game willing ' to join the, Balranald Mechanic's Foot- [ ball Club was inaugurated, and subsriii- ! iions amounting to nearly £5 were han ded to the Treasurer there and then. It was next resolved to issue a chal- t lengo to the Balranald Football A»- | sociution for a friendly match to be played on the 7th inst. After some pre- 1 liminaries had been settled, this was ac cepted and proved to be one of the most ! exciting contests wo have witnessed in 1 Balranald, Both sides mustered IS i strong, captaiued by Mr. Grinham for the red und white (Mechanic's Club) I -' and Mr. Jewkes for the blue and whits 1 ? (Balranald Football Association). The r result was a victory for the Mechanic'...

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

The German Occupation in Samoa. NuKUAtFA, September 22. — Tho lato Sanioan news has q uito eclipsed any littlo oXcitemont wo can get np hero in Tonga, but wo bono Very shortly to further astonish the Australians by announcing ourselves as German sub jects like the Samoansi We shall not surprise tho EiiuliRh, because Sir Henrv Holland lias prol-ttbly already assisted our aRtuto Promior to Rell us some time aince to the G«rmattsj but Htill tho announcement of this almost certain fact will possibly como even now as a further surprise to Oft-beguiled col onial BtateRiuen who Rtill believe in Enclish diplomatic-honesty. Doubtless thero will lie the iihiiuI amount of diplo matic correspondence and humbug over this Siituoan affair as there has been over the New Hebrides j and with tlie same result: — viz., that tho GermaiiR are there, aud there tlier will remain j in (act, the annexation i'r a fait accompli, however much wo blind ourselves by calliui; it only a protector ate or military oc...

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

Hay Notes. Wo lake the following from tlio ' Itiverine Grazier' proving that the news of tho little squabble, now fortu lintely settled, wo had hero havo trav elled beyond the boundary of tho 13ul- ratiald common on its north-eastern sido. As for the designation ' sleepy old rsalraitaltl,' wo stroimly repudiate ? it, and don't thinlc tho 'Graziers' re porter would have used it if ho lmd licen presont at tlio Football match last. Friday : — Hay is not tho only town troubled ?with cliques and class distinctions, Tho persons wlio set the people of ft com munity one against the other are ? at. present very busy down in Blecpy old Ba'ranald ' 1 thought all peoplo there wero of the same stamp,' but it Booms there are vessels of silver and vessels'of clay — at least in the estimation of the former. In Balranald it appears the linfe iB drawn at servant girls — bettor known in Hay as ' s'aveys.' Now in a country liko this whore the wivotf of many — I was going to writo most — of our loadifig...

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

Vital Questions ! ! ! I Ash the most eminent Physician Of any school, what ia tlio boat tiling in tlio world for quieting aud allaying all irri tation of the nor»es, und curing all forma of norvous complaints,' giving natural, child like refreshing sleep always ? And tliey will tell you unhesitatingly 'ififome form of Hops 111' chamer I. Ask any or all tho moat eminont physician ' What ia tlio best and only remedy that oan bo relied oh to cure nil diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs ; such as Blights disease, diabotes, retention, or inability to retain urine, aud all the diseases and ail ments peculiar to Womun. ' — And they will toll you oxplicitlyjand em phatically ' Bttchti.' Ask the same physicians _ ' VVhot is tho most roliablo and surest euro for all livor diseases or dyspepsia j con stipation, indigestion, biliousnoss, malaria, fevor, ague, &c,' and thoy will toll you. Mandrake 1 or JJandelion I 1 1 ! Hcnco when tlieso remedies aro combined with/others equally ...

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

OtflLTV OP WnoNO.— Rmno peoplo liiu'o a fashion of cnuftumiK ox a1 11 ant roniotlics with the Inrgo mass of 'patent medioinoa,' untl in thin tlicy nro pailty of a irt-nnn. Thero nro snmn nilvortinocl remedies fully worth all thnt is hrUi'1 for thorn, nnd one nt lenst wo know of : Dr. Smilo's Amorican Hop Hit tars. The writer linn lmd occasion to iibo tha Bitters in jubt mich a climate ns wo hnvo most of tlio your in Hay Pity, nnd lins al ways found thomto bo first-class nml ro liaMe, dnhio all that is claimed for thorn. ' Tribuu#, WANTED a flOUSRKEEPEKi middleuged ; good pluin cook.— A| ply MALCOLM it BEATY. Balranald Racing Club. BOXING - D.VY MEETING, 1881. Programme in future issue. CEO. LOBSEY, Hon. Seo. PROGRAMME OP GB A TTD MONSTER SPORTS, To bo hold at KELLY'S 110V3E HOTEL, ON Wednesday, November 9, 1887 Commencing nt 11 a.m. Slmrp, StownrJs — Mr. 0. 15. T.nrd, i Mr. K. 1'ollitt, Mr. John Grinham, | Mr. D. F1 an, Mr. P. King, I Mr. Jowltcn, Mr. J. IColly, | Mr. It. Clifford. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. Old English Manners. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

©bbs nub Old ICngli.ih Mariners. In tho reign of Jnmcs I. men nnd women woro looking-glasses publicly — the mon, ns broochc3 or ornaments in their hnt'a ; and the women nt their girdlca, or on their bosoms, or somotimc3 liko tho ladies of our dny in tho centre of their fans, which were then mado of feathers, inaortcd into Bilver or ivory tubes. At feasts every guest broght his own-knife, mm it (Viiumiuiiu rdin iimeeu I'liuuiu un uuoi, upon which lie sharpened his knifo ns he en tered. In lClil a Dutchman nnnicd Willinm Boonen, brought tho first coach into Eng land ; and it is said the sight of it put both horses nnd men into amazement. Some said in vf.is a oral) ahell, brought out of China ; nnd snmo imagined it to bo ono of tho Pagan temples in which tbo cnnnibals adored their idols. The business of cap-making was ruined iu lCm by the common wearing of hats which then came into vogue. Smoothing irons aro ot late invention; in tho reign of Queen Elizabeth nnd Jhniea 1. very lnrgc st...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

ibcaltb. Australian beauty is robust and nctive, with roses in her cheeks. Her form is dovcloped be athletic culture, Many wealthy homes have their private gymnasiums whero tho daughters of the house may preserve health, gain muscle, and have a jolly good time all at once. 'I can toll by a lady's attitude alone, whether sho is an adept at gymnasium work or calisthenics 'said an obscrvinggentleman, who is an enthusiast on the subject. ?'When you see a lady stand on both feet, with her shoulders back nnd her head erect, you may be sure sho has acquired it by what, if it were not so interesting, would be called hard work; and it is worth years added to her life, to say nothing of the banishment of hcadachcs and all those ills which come from inactivity and acquired indolence. It lis natural for a woman to lean against some object— a chair, a piano, or even a man if nothing is handy. Generations I of tight lacing and bad shoes have left their ; mark in this tendency. I don't know how cl...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

? ? ? ? fllMscellnneousi' A Dealer's Tcstimony.-Uulcss jou know nil about mens' furnishing gooda you would bo surprised- at tho contrivances for comfort -that nro now put on tho market. You seo that well-dressed man there? Yea? Well, lie is a customer of mine. Ho has on nt this moment, i nope ic won i, suue»- yum rondeis, if you try to fell it, silk undcrgnr nients, thon a suit of cnmcl's hnir, then n chcst protector. All this is boforo ho gets to his tailoring. Ilia beaver ovcrcont covers n anil of dress goods, through which tho wind could no moro penetrate than through a stone wall, lie caii defy the cold, cxeept at the pavement. Tlmt is tho weak s^iot of fashion, lioth men nnd women insist on making their feet as small as possible. They havo shoes a full size too Bmall for them, and wear tho thinnest silk hosiery in winter, when tlicy should lmvo lamb's wool or merino. The men make up for their careless ness somewhat by wearing shoes with cork soles, but the fashionable woman ia ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Food for the Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Food foi' the Mind; - 'Dreams, bookB, aro cach n world,- and hooks we know ? . ? ' Are a substantial world both puro and ? B°°d ! ? ? Round these, with tendrils, strong as flesh nnd blood T ' Our pastimes and our happ'.ncss will grow.' llefore wo commenna a hook i wnnlrl well to know something of tho .author, thufl. adding so much moro of interest nnd'utca- : sure. Acquaint yourself with his life nud character, nnd if possible tho motives which prompted the writing. Next, look carefully at the titlo pago ; then, the preface, which I fancy few ever look at, nnd iu this . you will find, often, the key, ns it wero, to the ontirc book. Tho author tnkes you Into his confl denco, tolls you why ho writes, to whom nud for whom ; often there nro several -prefaces ; a new ono written upon the 'issue o£ a second or third edition, nnd cach] having a cortnin charm, All this mny seem very tedious, but if nny one of you will follow this laat, I might almost guarantee that 'it would bo' continued i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys and Girls. A Child's Pity and Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Bops ant* Gfrlo. A Child's Pity und Gratitude. Thero ia n rich store of sympathy, which cannot find expression in words, locked up in tho bosoms of children, that completely escapes tho notico of tho average observer. People aro ordinarily nceustomcd to call them young barbarians, and to excuse tlielr mockfiry ot deformity nnd suffering, on the iiivonilo inability to L'rasn nnv denths of misery; sympathy being but tho reflex func tion of that Instinct which leads ua' to fear nnd avoid suffering. But 6nvo in the enso of a few sensitive ladies, I havo ncverseen such uncalled for sympathy offered without rc: serve, ns hns welled up from the heart, nnd overflown nt tho eyes of littlo children ; and it was not always confined to tlioso of delicate nurture nnd lino nerves, hi this ex ception I count tho littlo urchins across tho street as tho best oxamplc, and nil in cident I shall relate will explain my prefer ence. Some time ago', ns Charlie was pcrehed on tho gate-post, a well-dressed ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. D[?]RTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Passengers by Coach. [.] — Dkpartuhrs. To Swan Hill — Oct. 11 — Mr. T'ooplewell. 13— Messrs. Clarke and Painter. Ili— Messrs Spurway aud Stone, 18 — Messrs. Armstrong and Diggall. To Ivanhoe— Oct. 12— Miss Byrne. To LJeniliquin— Oct. 14— Mr. Clarke. Arrivals. From Swan Hill — Oct. 11 — Mr. W. G. Wright, 13— Mr. Reid, 14— Mr. Aaron.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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