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traveller [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

traveller, Visit to a Cuban Sugar Plantation. - After n few moments' converse, by tlio invi tation of Senor Rodoriquez, wo arose and fol lowed him over tlw plantation, That season's crop had all been hnrvostcd and sent away, and the huge crusher, mammoth tanks, nnd tho powerful engine wero lying idle, but out side of tho buildings in which the mnchincry was placcd, (ho work of planting was g0'1' on quito briskly. A string of miniature carts, each drawn by n sinclo bullock which was driven by a negro, backed up in turn to n largo pile of matnsso (which is tho refuse! of tbo cane after it has passed through tho crusher), and after loading about as much ns n good strong, white man could enrry on tho tines of a pitchfork, dragged it lazily oft to where other negroes wero scraping out long drills in tho rich, -mellow soil. In these tranches tho dfivors of tho carts sprinkled thoir load nnd returned for more. Thcmalnsse forms excellent manure, nnd is very strength ening to tho land. In on...

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

PASTORAL. Balranald. — o — Riterina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evonine. The weather during the week has been hot until to-day, when a stroui; cool wind prevailed which tempered the heat. Shearing is now nearly liniihed in tho di-trict, Poon Boon cut out on the 7tli inst, Canally on the 14th, und Kilfcra on the 10th Puika is expected to cut out lo-morrow. The following aio the Block crossings — Balranald, 13th, 200 fat cows from Nar^ilco station to Aleluourno. 17th, 4,u00 ewes tram Keri Keri to Glen Dee, Humphrey Davy, owner, iu chir^e. 8,100 wethers from Till Till to Lake Victoria, R. Tuily & Co owners, 1). Cowan in charge. Another largo mob is expected to pass to day. Rivers — Guuda^ai, Oft 8i» ; Wagga, Oft Bill ; Hay, 13ft lin ; Balranuld, 101't lOin. Wilcannia, 31 fc Gin; iMcnindio, 2.~-ft Tin; Pooncaric, 22ft Oiu ; Wentworth, 21ft 2in ; Albury, 10ft ; Wahguuyah, 14ft Oin ; Ecuuua, 27ft Oin ; Swan HU1, 12ft ; Euston, 23ft 3in.

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

-§oof- Stories. . otS^SstsiisssiSss Theodore Hook, roplied, '^jCcrtainly j Hook nnd oyo are old associates,' During tho last illnessof Golraan, the doctor, being late in an appointment, apologised to his patient, Raying that ho had been called in to acc a man who had fallen down a well, .« Bid he' kick the buckot, doctor 2' groaned -otit poor George. Jheodoro JTook, on presenting himself for I ''xjnatriculation at Oxford, was asked, accord 1 -*:{ /K1' to tho form at that .time dt ri^iictn^ N^r*-y bother ho wore willing to subscribe to the - ? \ tfhrty-ninc articles, lie replied with alac 3 ' Certainly ; forty, if you please/1 An — ♦ ul.itcrato vendor of beer wroto over his door ^ rifc JJ&rrowgato, 11 Hear sold here.' He spells rlin word Quito correctly,' said Theodore ^ /5i??v ' ^ !1C mcnns to apprise us that tho *s ^is own bruin,' Mathews being -^',£5 what ho was going to do with his son ;; \y l,r* y°unff man's profession boing that of an ^^art'liitccQ, ' Why,' answered tho...

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

Irrigated Tahms.— Tho Government havo, at the iustance of tho Minister of Water supply, decided to offer two praio* of £50 and JS25 respectively for the best irrig ated farms hi tho colony, and two prizes of £50 and L25 for the best variety of irrig ated cropH. The farms aro to be of not less than 60 acres, 12 of which must bo under Irrigated enlture Tho water supplied to the irrigated land must be taken from some natural source that would be capable of yielding a sufficient supply in each ordinazy season, and suflicienfc drainage is to be pro provided to remove nny cxecss water from the fields after their irrigation and without injury to ad joining lands, Tlioarea of any irrigated land entered ia competition for the- prhios for best variety of irrigated crops must not be less than 12 acres iu ouo hold ing. Tlie number, value, aud readiness of salo of the products aie to be taken into consideration in determining the award, but no cvop worth leas than L&ia to be reckoned, ex...

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

To Correspondents It is ulwayB gratifying to ua to reccivo communications from all Earts of the district and we shall be uppy to givo every facility for pub lislung tho same. Wo hope to ex ' tnild tlirKA Tin 111 l cut i nna mnra llnrl - more, and invite contricutions. In forwarding communications Correspondents will remember that it is only necessary to put a penny stamp on the M.S. under 4 oz. weight if the envelope is left open at both cndB. 'live lUDenmi Jlecovticr WEDNESDAY, 19th OCTOBER.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LESSON IN FRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

A LESSON IN FRACTIONS. It was such a blow to me, such a bitter, over- whelming blow I I had been so comfortable and happy since the schoolmaster had boarded with me. The big front chamber bad been so grim and ghostly, always shut up and empty. It wns our spare room when dear Charley was alive, but now that I was n widow and noor. it was aneedlesslv luxurv to keep a guest chamber. None of our old friends cared to visit mo now, just when I most needed tbem. liut when Mr. Slade took the room I didn't grieve about the loss of friends. It seemed odd to have money for the guest cbnmbcr, but the way I was situated reconciled me to the thought very Bpecdily indeed. Then when my boy Charley got into that scrape at school I should have died if it had been anybody but Mr. Sladc. ' Madam,' he said, ' your boy is mis chievous — very mischievous.' 11 Yes, sir,' I said very meekly. 'And to cxtend'a rope in such a mannor that the unconscious heels of his teacher should be tripped up thereby ; to fi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Mr.ssns. Hudson Brothers have been the successful tenderers for the lirst part of the struct.ures.ito bo ercoted iu connection wi'h . the water supply for this township,.- This will be only the first of numerous improve ments wliiuh wo hope to Bee accomplished in the near, future. But water is our first necessity, and it is very satisfactory to sou the Government- making u icnl .Wit with thia. work. It has long been felt as a want that we had to carry water or . had to havo it fi.;,, _;n i,. obviated. Other towns of u lesser size havo had effective waterworks for some time, aud the tirst cost of construction is fully com pensated for by the advantages accruing to the rvKidents. Tiio site of the works is iu the police paddock, opposite to the hospital . and irrespective of their utility will be an orna moot to that part ef the town. That part of tho works for which Messrs. Hudson Brothers have now received, the contract is for iron pipes and special castings, which nal urnlly would h...

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

A LIFE Of CIUMti. Joan Goujon was tho son of a laborer em ployed in tho comcrrntory of Pore La Chaise, Paris, Ho had never known his mother and bad grown up a street gamin. In 1836, asa Jewish funoral was entering the cemetery by Rue'St. Andre, Jean Goujon, then in his fifteenth year, stole n watch from ono of the mourners. lie was captured nnd sent to prison. In 1838 he was again free and was ready for almost any crime. He nrofessed to help his father in decorating graves. A wealthy Spaniard named Din:;, bad re cently lost his only daughter, and before quitting Paris, he paid n visit to her grave in l'ero la Chaise. Jean Goujon t-:aw him arrang ing for the decoration of the grave of his child and observed the well-filled pocket bool: which be carried, lie seized a pruning knife and followed the Spaniard until he rcachcd a convenient spot, well Bhroudcd with foliage. He plunged the deadly weapon into the stomach of the unsuspecting stranger, tore the pocketbook from bis vest and dec...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

; TliLBiUHtAMS. Svijnev, OctoTier 18. The Premier hits rid'used to ullow the police to make itny inqnirien us to the private niul profossinuul lii.storii'.s of cei'tnin |)Bi'floriH practising medicine und Biirgery in tlie city. Sevonteen hundred to'na of steel mils i ? ? ? i »i... .1...1:. . 'l»'' »»»' uiut-in. iui mu ui(|iiiuiiiiijn of the line from Goullmm to Juppu. During tlie past 5 yours, 24 persons linve liuen flogged for refractory con duct in.' vtii'ions gnols of tha, colony. . A Byniputliy meeting nt the Town Hull lust night wua highly . demonstra tive,, und £150,0 was; subscribed iu the roum. towards u Pai'lces testiirioniuL ! The'lowimt tender for completing tho new lands office is ubout £100,000. T\yo oilioiuls huve been Hiispeiiiltid in connection with the railway collision at Itel'so. I. . Tlie MnrgmV nnd - Murohionoss of Droglieda are piiHRengerti to Syduey per inuil steumer Tliumes. ? .. ..Later. Fierce hot wind is blowing und the weal Iter mt (loon ting, u . ; ' The...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Hoveist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING CHAPTER XIX. THE VOYAGE OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

IRovefst DAYS OF CRIME - AND . YEARS OF SUFFERING An AuiOMOOKAMiy. (Reprinted from ' Tho Australasian' of ? ' 1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER 'XIX. TUB TOYAOK OUT. Having boen vory far from a favorite with .the chaplain of Millbank, my sur prise was great when I found that I was appointed as- clork to tho roligiouB in structor on board tho convict ship 'Joseph Soamos,' freighted with two hundred and forty-nino convicts, nnd bound for Moibourno. 'In fact, tiio ap pointment had in tho first instance boon intended not for such a misorablo, un convortcd sinner as mysolf. But, upon examination, tho caligniphy of tho contrite youth who had boon solected, was found to bo not on n paiv^with llis piety, and so tlie po3t was conferred upon my un'oiio- ' rate Bolf. I was drafted on board tho Joseph Soames with some sixty odd ju vomica from Millbank, all destined for Mel bourne, and promisod conditional par clous 011 arrival. Thoro woro already on board a hundred and thirty prisoners from ...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, 1 Stook and Station Agents,. ?VALUERS, Auctioneers and. Lnn-l Agents, BALKAN ABitt, ' j A0EST3 roil— The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co. 'Limited J. C Walker and Co. Eermewan, Wright ami Co , Limited Victorian lnsnr.meo Company Tiio Australian Mutual Provident Society Iiisby's Narandcra. Fine Timbor. LAND AGENCY.' MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to t DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown Lands Act.. of 1884, . , Ami pass through fjle ** ^Jl^PnpjMMni at'tll,® Local Land Court, And attend to any JLANW BUSINESS Entrusted to them Full information und pnrticulnrs on 'Land Mutters to tie had from ? MALCOLM -fc BEAT'S , ' ; Btilrannld. ? Division of Runs. NOTION. Malcolm & beaty nr« pre pared to execute JlfnpH mid Tracings of Ii»nd ; also Plans, ' Specifications ctc. THK Australian Joint Stock Rank. Incorporated by Act of Council, 18WL PA T 1- U P CAP I T A Ti— ^500,000, with powor to increase to £1,000,000. Rehe&vk Fund— £200,000. HEAD OFF...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Balranald Hotel \ ? (TATTEItSALL'S) Mrs, M. J~MURPHY BBttS to announce to-^r friomlB ami tli* public, that h \\o has hmiw taken tho '? fcbove woU-knowu Hotel* It \vU| bo her. *8»- „thutf it triy odnipartt favourably with the loading Metropolitan IlutoU in attract! Veneaa and txunforfc. . Kvory attention paid to Boardefa *ud Visitor*. / Tho largest and most commodious h'ouso in town, ?' & $iiU'ite ofjthf fifjst grauite alwnys in Jtocfc. {First-class Stabling. Billiards. M. J. SiUltPHY,' Proprietress. ~ AMEEY'S 1 Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, Propiuktous. Messrs. m-mauon bros. Wg tu notify lo thu i-ublie of Bui Vatmld and district, thai they have taken tlw al-ove well-known Hotel) and liopo liy giving every attention) i to merit a fail* kIiki-e of support. I ' Every accommodation, with hoine tsoinforts. Sitmpl* , Booms for Commercial Travellers. Good Billiard Table. First class Stalding Accommodation, Beat Brands hIwuvh kept. ' ? M'MAHON BROS; Wakool Hotel^ ©u tiia main ...

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

I.WPORTAXT ! REAB- ? IT ! ! OPENING DAY, Saturday 15tli October. Ladies and Qentlemeil — 'In opening LinsinpsH in the DRAPERY und OUTFITTING 'LINK, I .beg t» solicit your couunands.. 1 intond to keep STOCK of good, useful, and durable imiteriiils, and to sol 1 - ut t lit' tineat posaililo mlvunce on London cost, ihnrefore I iifsure thoso who place thoirfuvor witli me, tlmt tliry will save a heavy percentage und lit the snuie time get Goodtf-of'Capiitil Quality. Small profits nnd quick returns is the motto At Williams' Best all round value in the distriot At Williams' Tho prices in Clothing are exceedingly low At Williams' Prints and Sateens in all this SeasonB Fashions At Williams' Gloves almost given away At Williams' Customers will reccive the greatest attention and country ordors carefully and promptly executed At Williams' All Goods marked in pWm figures, and no sticking on alt W illiams' Men's ^uits, Sergo antr Tweed, M good quality, are 32s Cd At Williams' Mou's Hats, 3s (id, ...

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

SHIPPING Cniinaio, Bonnlon & Co, report nndar date ? 1.8th inst. . Sailed for Echnca on tho 15th irist. Lan cashire T,hsb with 1000 bains of wool, on tho Mth ib'st Corrong with 1,300 bales of wool, ,iMid thu Waradgery on the 17th with 650 * fcalbs o£ w'ool.. The Kolpie left Hay yesterday with wool and will clear down river sheds. . The Goldsbroughi with (wo-barpes arrived ^liero this morning from licluica with general ? -vcuran,; arid will auil for, Hay ut daylights Tho.Hant in imd Barwou steamers are now ?' loading wool, tho former at Hay, and the liittor at Moulpmein. ; ' The Bodney leaves Eclmctt to-day, bound '.i /..for .Wileunnia and Bourko. : ; ? llie ftuueuMi in loudmg ut Ecliuca for the Murrumbidgce. Permownn; Wttigbt anil Co. report ' under . .dato l8th October.' i Thu Rivonna aud barge Sarah ' Francis : orrivod Ik'IO .from .Kohuoa on , 12th inst. with gi'ueriil caigo and proceeded up stream tn Tiijr'n aid Woude,. W; ore sho loaded 37G Imle* w»-oI and passed down st...

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

' Ouiltv ok Wrong. — Sumo peoplo have a fashion of uiiufusiuu exuulluiit remot 1 ieH with the Inr^e tiinax of 'patent niuiliuiiius,' niul in thin tlicy aro guilty of a wrmii;. Thero lira Boinu nilvertisoil romeilies fully worth all that !h lislted for ; tlioin, niul emu at, liiaxt .we know (-f : Dr. Jjoule'tj Ainerieaii Hop Hit ters,' The writer luia hail uueasiou to ueu the Bittern in just huuIi a climate a* we linvi' rnont of tho year iu Hay City, ntnl linn al ?ways found tlii-iuto bu Ins't.olas.i ami ru liitlilo, ilninL' all that is uLinied fur them. .' Trilmne. V|ll THOMAS iiOBERTSON of llX Hay, S licitor, will attend the (Joiirt'of Quar er Sessions and District Court, at Balrnnnld, on ihe ICth Ko veinlier next. Letters may be u.l dressed, to the care of Mr. T. H. Boyn ton, Beehive Store, liali aiiitld. Jlluiiiciimlity of ISalranuld. TO THE WORSHIPFUL THE - ' ( MAYOR. WE, the undorsigned, Butepayers of the '.Municipality of Bulranald, tlo hereby kindly request you to cull u PUBL...

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

lpoeti\V The New tTcvnsalcnu \ Thoro is a Now Jerusalem, - For yonder in tho sky, Where wo may dwell 'mid Heavenly hosts ? Through nil eternity : Its hills aro bright ns burnished gold, ? Its rivers silver (low, Its Holds nnd valleys givo sweet rest xo weary ones doiow. Oil 1 look aloft when sorrow comes To chill earth's bounteous (lower, To whero tho Heavenly Father rules With Lovo His only power : Our loved ones cannot come to U3. Hut wo may go to them And dwoll forever with tho blest In sweet Jerusalem. ?

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

Speech by Sir Henry Parkes. Tho ono absorbing topic of conversa tion is tho fitinncial position of the Piemier and the probable consequences of his assignment ns all'ectiriii his poll tionl position. It is reported tliat-.'si prominent menibor of the Opposition /\f« AMmfl-A cnnteinnlnteR lllovillir the reference of Sir Henry' Parkes' soil ts to the Elections and Qualifications Com hiittee, with the viow of determining whether his notion in Assigning his es tate for the benefit of his' creditors is »n' act of bankruptcy1 in the meanim.' of the 26th sectioii' of tho Constitution . Act, and, therefore, 'rendering liis soiit vacant. . It is riot improbnblo tliat this ?oqurso may yet -be' determined upon!\ Another course open 'to the Opposition , . i^that indicated by Sir. Henry Parkes in a spbech in the Assombly on Thurs day, when he, courted n motion chall enging his constitutional and moral right to rotain-his seat as leader 9f the Government uftur the assignment of liis estate nnd th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Euston Went Pleasure Hunting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

How Euston Went Pleasure Hunting. As the light of Saturday dawned upon the town of Euston it found a few of the younger folks there stirring already, and presently begun a great business of pao Icing of hampers, boxes, aud what not, for whs not the tovn en masse to turn out of doors for iVe day, and go u-hunting tlmt butterfly— JTtl'UttUIV, ? * By 8 u.tn. holiday dresses and bright young faces were ready for flitting und deep was tho interest in the huriiessing und saddling up of fresh horses, the stowing uway of good things, and other most. important moves. First to start yus our jolly. , young wddlwry with a wrap of bunting flying artio ftHily.lnl off to L*kt-B«niinPc, our cmiipinanround fur..'tod„y, nud '.(lit ncunu of, liifuiy- » former duyVoutiiig. ' Crnok went tliu whip*, round' went the wIiooIh) wfU't) , iinvnr folks bo ghid,' at Joliir.';QU|iin said or ming. .Wanly, warily,' now among tiio utii nips -that lih - in wuitim* for . tlie second or third miles of our wftvVtti'! he...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Wreck of the Derry Castle THE STORY OF THE SURVIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Wreck of the Derry Castle. THE STORY OP THE SUEVIVOES. Tins i'b a thrilling etory of tho Ben. Not ?ne of those that the Marryatts, Coopera, and. Clark Ruasells havo evolved, but a true talo of misery, Buffering, peril, of eight strong men- east away on a Jcaolate island for more than a third of a year, enduring nud lighting hardships which aro shuddering to relate. Til era arrived recently at the port of Mel Bourne, after a temnestitous vovaoe. n small sailing schooner of but 48 tons, the Awarua, Bringing with her the survivors of the bar que Derry Castle, eight strange looking be ings^ in clothing of Htrnnger description ; hats made of birds' feathers, boots mttdo of seal skills-, their hair long and unkempt, and and their faces covered with thick hoards. SucH' mea ivre not given to. exaggeration Let them tell their story Wa-soHed from the port of Gcelong, Aus., on tlie ]$&}- of March Just in the Derry C'as« tie, an iron barque of 1307 tonn, -with 17,300 bagp of wheat, for ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 October 1887

Gazette Notices. Tha next Bale of Crown Lands in JKilmnald will bo held nt the Court Hon*' oil Monday, Novnnrber ZS, when j-o- Sfc-i 41, ai d 42, 379 and 324 acres, aoiMity Cuira, parish Manianga, fronting Tfangnr Lake-,, will lie --(£*red ot tho up set pries' of 25s per ncrir. PVoclivrnutron of Reserves. — Weslern Jjlvimor.1 — land Disti ret of Balranald 'Within Ulie- resumed1 nrent of Canally Holding 3?To' 2G3', notified 5th Angu-t, 2'88f)i Nn.. 4,196' County of T.iibi, parishes of Meilmaiv and! MariieUe, containing an area of abmvt 540 acres. 3?l«! Crown Lands within Che following bonmliiriei : Commencing on tho right liank of the Murray River,, at a jitunt about north 35 degrees cant, a distance of uhont 35 chains from the point on t'lie Murray River where the fenced boundary between Mnilman and Turlce Huns meets thnt river ; thenc north nbont TO'clnihiN ; thenoa west 60 chains crossing tho aforesaid run boundary ; tlienco smith about 110 chains to the River Murray; and thence b...

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