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Auld Lang Syne. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

, .?;?;' A'iild Lang Syno. ;? r ': Should auld acquaintance bo forgot, - And naver brought to mind ? :: Ab; never j to this day I've got i That little note you signed. And often, often, I havo thought . ? Much cheaper 'twould havo been, ? If, when you wrote that little note, Yould stencilled it in. tin. ~ We twa hao skulkit in the fields, For watermelons fine, But nt tho fashions farmer's voice, We fled j and mado no sign. ' So now, tao ferlio diel's awa, Syno hurdios warstna paiks, ?Blythe dourlaoh gudoman usquebaugh, Hcch, mon, ilk nainsel aiks. . ? Scarfs and neckties of motal aro a now Gorman invention. Gold, platinum and silver stripes aro welded, aster tho mosaic style, upon a motal ground, prepared by the incandescent process, then- compressed by -, means- of 'powerful presses, and finally' elongated ' by ? rolling into long sheets- or Btrips.v Tho colors are. yellow, red, green, white,. gray ani black, and the scarfs, being indostructablo, nro considered of practical value. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Passengera by Ooach. DcriiauurA To Swan Hill— October 13— Messrs. R. G. King, Church, »nd liev. A. Hirdio. 20— Mr. Mnlenaun, Mrs. Murphy. 23— Mosars. Flood and Rydor, lli»s Uuiitmtt. 25— Mr* Bimn, Mibb M'Grath, Messrs. Hoolighan Liuuett, Clarkwm, Quuinauc, Martin aud King. To iTanhoe-SS— Mr. Capplea. To Puiiilitjuin — 21 — Meaara. Gillingham, M'Grath, riielun, and Abdullah. 24— Mrs. Mur^an. Armvau. From Swan Hill— 20— MUa Howes, Mr. Vilea.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Good Man [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

A Obod Sinn Thero is n manin our town, nnd ho ia won drous wlso, '??'. ? r : Whenever bo writes Mo printer-man ho dot tcthallhis'i'sj' :?:,.'-. ' ? Aud when ho'sldottcdinll oMhe'm, with great' ' sangfroiiianA cjisoj, ;.: :.????',. ' He punctuates, each . paragraph, and crosses all his t'ai'''. ? . Upon one sido'alono.Uo,wiitqfl,,and'neVex rolls liia leaves': ' . \ ? .? ? . And from the ma'njp£ ink; a smilo, and mark ' insert 'receives. '- : . And when n question- lio doth ask: (taught wisely he has been), . ; ; . ? ' He doth tho goodly penny, stamp, for postage back, put in. ; ? . The. last performance, of 'Patience' in Berlin was .honored by distinguished atten dance. In the royal box woro Prince VTil liam and his wife, and in tbe paiquest sat tbe Princess Bismarck and her daughter, tho Countess Bantzan, with, her husband. Tho p'rinecs3 is n simple, matronly looking wo man. Dressed in plain black, with nn old fashioned bonnet, one might think her a good ' burgtr frau ' or farmor's ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Melbourne Wool Report. [by »lectk:c TF.Lr.oturn.1 Mr.LlioMKNK. Octubnr 2{. Measra. Dalgotty and Co. reiiort as under : - Wo held our otcond wo»l aulo to-day and offered 2600 bales. Buyera wero in full force, and competition was very animated, anil up to tho lovol of [jiicco ruling in Europe ; 1900 bales wore sold, greasy merino iu light condition realising up to Ovl ; greasy crossbred to 8Jd, nnd faulty scoured pieces, to 12d. A slightly weaker tem.cncy was noticeablo and tlio market i» evidently settling down to a basin ill naeord with Lon don values, nnd on this baais an extensive huaiucds can be done. Our next sale takes place oa the 7th Novembor.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and End. The Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

®.t-$ n\\x- jSmD.-. Wi'io l-'(trwcr. Onco on a time ho used to plough And rise at dawn to milk the cough, And drive with merry song and laugh To pasture Brindlo and her caugh. Theli for the pigs he'd fill the trough, And for tbe market he'd be ough ; ' Sometimes, his niaro would bruise her hough Against a fence-post or a rough. And there he'd switch her with a bough To teach hor belter anyhough. ' He planted wheat to make tho dough, Which, ia drought, was hard to grongh. In winter, when his work wns through, A little sporting ho would dough. He'd wander with his gun and shough And aim at crows he couldn't: knotigh. Sometimes he'd hunt along the slough For birds that do not live-there nough, And slioot a seagull or a clough, Which be with joy would proudly shougli. From swamp lnnd, watered by n lough, He made good pasturo for his stough, Ey laying here and tbcron sough, While perspiration wet bis brough. Sometimes a snake tlmt shed its slough Would scare him so he'd run and pough Til...

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 — 26 October 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. ? 0 — Rivtrina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. The near approach of summer haa been manifesting itsolf to ua otion^ly during the paat week. The weather has been much war mer, aud the piercing raya of the afternooa'a auu have been felt by all to-day, the thermometer reached 99 deg. in the allude. Tho grass-seeds are now, about rfpeued, but da nil tho sheep arc now nearly shorn, they will not do mucli damage to stock this year. Still with a superabund ance of dry gmsa all over thu district, bush fires are to be fearod, and too much cine can not be exercised by thoso resident in tho bush to- avoid a calamity of thia kind. Most of the wool from the back country fa now to.hand. D lilock will cut out to-inorrcnv and Magenta will probably liuish nxet week. A few odd teams are still arriving from tlio other atationa, but it ia nearly all scoured wool. Tlio steamcra with heavy tadem barges of wool are daily passing down stream showing that there is still a large quanti...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. The Turtle Mountains. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

SraVwIUiv - The Tiivtlo Mountains. IMtincau, Dak., U. S., is ono of the moun tain towns of tbo Turtle Mountains, that up heaval of nuture which, from its peculiar climate and flora, (so different from the sur rounding plains) possesses the greatest attrac tion for the botanist and meteorologist, a3 well as a more practical interest to the home steader, who sees in its forests logB for dwell ings and an inexhaustnblo supply of fuel. Bottineauhns Btrongpretentions to greatness, for it iB the torminusof tho Bottineau branch of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Rail way ; ana it must be a depot tor an extensive area of country, including tho Cub Bank creek soctinn, west of the Mouse River, rich in resources and now easily accessible for settlement. There is no question but that Bottineau offers tbo finest opportunities for good business openings, where persons of limited capital, commencing even in tho financial race, can be sure to secure a largo trndo, because of the consta...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

This all important new Lai id: Act hi\n couii) ii|- for dinciiHaion sooner than was nxpccfcndt and. wuh rend u- fiiat tiino on the 12lh inat. Mr.. Giirrntt on. moving the Hecond rnadingfor that day fortnight fjnvo an ontlinn of tlie proviHioim of th« Act. TIih hiHt Lund Act wa.sonlyna.sand tlirro yearn ago, but has had to- lie amen ded more than once since, the Govern ment therefore rettolved — and- we think wisely — to embody Bvnryihing connec ted with tho Lmid Iuwh in thia new Act, tbiiH practically cancelling the Act of 1884. One of the principal innovu tioim in that the (Mtcriiiinution of rab bit u ia embodied in this Act aa lieingan iiiHeparable factor in regulating ull queutionH relating to rent, tenure, in- proveiuent.s, etc, and in future all new und conditional lnuoes, nil conditional jbnrobuges uud all boWinga of evury cKnrncter will bo burdened with the con dition of exterminating inl.bits ami Horub, of course, undor cortnin limiu tiunu that will be provided for by thn Ao...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Her Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

JELev Birthday. 'Twas yesterday her birthday came— (A most bewitching littlo damo). ? : So I, to kindle Cupid's llamo, ?..?;? And bo beguile her, Did squander my last V to buy Fivo pounds from Huylcr. To-day, while wandering down tho street, IMiiiting where a lunch to' beat,' . ?' Her august mother I did meet — With greeting chill ? Sho to me Baitl my gift has raado ? . \ The maiden ill 1 . Great Scott I was e'errnoro cruel fate I ? 'Cold waves' tho probs. prognosticate',' '; And now I'vo got to mitigato ? .'? .;,;,? Her ailing hours, ...? ??:.'?:?£. :.\.\\ To inoriow morn my coat must pawn ??'.„? ??] ; , ... . To send hor flowers I j ... ; -^?ir^h '£*:i

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, Stock and Station Agents,. VALUE R Si £an;tioniHir.snn-l Land Agents B A L R ,4 N A h &r Anr.NTR ron — Tlio Australasian Miirtgago mid Agency Cov Tiimilisili J! C WalliornmVCb:. ronntnvair,.\Vrijj)it and Co ,. T,iinile-5 *Ricti-rinn l'nnilrnnco Company Tho Aunt-Mian Mutual PvovMnnt Society Bi.eUy'ii Narandera Pino Timber: LAND) AGENCY, MALCOLM & BEATY ./fci'o prepared to ^E' ' '^ *:bk&w w application;® 'ETndei1 th-v * Crown Lands Act -rf ? T884, AW p'isa ihrongli t lie- JjAJSCp OFFICE, AI'ko ii]ipeul'S at tlis Local Land Court, Ami attend to any LAND BUSINESS Entiuuted- to them Fiill information nnd particulars on Hiuid Miittera to lie had from MALCOLM & BEATT, BHlnvniild. Division' or Runs, NOTIOR. MALCOLM & B1SATY nva pre pared to- exrente SJaj»H and1 Tracings of Lmul; also Plans, Specifications, etc. THE. Australian Joint Sfock Bank. Incorporated By Act nf Council, 1353. PAID UP CAPITA 1,-^500,000, with power to inc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

^ ???^?g^Bp.lranald Hotel fcSS^?'':'. (TATTBRSALL'S) . \/.: ?RT3 ?????'*? -*irjEG8 to announce) til Uor friends ami thfl X5 intblie, that s'm lias now taken the . . above, wall-known lintel. It will bo her endeavour to comluiit tho business bo that it may compare fiivouialily with the lending Matru]iolitun Iiotela in attractiveness and OOlllffflt. Kcery attention paid to Do.irdora and Visitois. Tho largest and moat commodious houso ' iu town. Wliwjs.'8w«i. &'£i-Mts at tto $t$t jgvnwls atwnais i« #t-wft. First-clues Stabling. Billiards. iT'j. MUIU'HY, l'royiietvesa. Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, Ptt.ilMUKTOllB. MESSRS. M-MAHON BROS. Leg to notify to.tlie pulilie of Biil l'uuald iind district, that tliey liuve. : tuken the uliove well-known Hoti-I, and liopo by giving every ..utte.in.iout, to tniMit a Inn sli uii'of .support. Evoiy uOcuwiuOiluiioii, Nviili home Comfoi'iH. :.' :; Siiuipla Roonia for Commercial ft » vellum . v . Good Billniid iVble. First cIhsr 'StiiMitis ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Biimr.. Emmt.tt.— Oh tlio 19th inafc. , nt tho Curriers Anns, tlm wife of Mr. Reorge Einmott u£ 3.0OH. D.ith doing wull. ^cEhc Jltbcnmi Jlecurkr WEDNESDAY, 26th. OCTO-REK..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Money Saved is Money Earned ! I r atdies and gentlemen,— J. As my SroUli i» now OPliNKD I Imve plciVHii.in in drawing Ttmr «t tentiou to the STOCK uml PRICES. On comparison I wm ame that thn Inttor ennmit foil togive genioral hatis ruciiony as through my position in B.illnrut I iim fiutliled1 to Imy ut LONDON PRICES, and being in the midut of tho Viutoiitn Mmkots, I have oxoo)itioiml . 0|-|M-rtnniti-'8 of buy ins; GOODSut cxcnediiigly L/JW PRICES, further, aa I. mil nt » very slight ox|ienKe in the work'i'nR'of n-y Bilrnn.ilil linsi Iii-ss, I ,-ni «niihl(.d to sell CHEAPER thnn unj Store iu- tho district, CualoniaiH requiring anything that I have- uot in S-ocb ciin rt-Iy on n-y pro curing it mid sending it on without delay, and as I am on the Bpot I cm select the required Goods, that) tho objectionablo ay stein of writing for and Inking what peoplo wunt to got rid of, is overcome Awaiting your commnnds. I am, yours faithfully, A. A. WILLIAMS.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Sir William Gull, tha eminont pliysicinn, Bw been suizod with a itroko of paralysis..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher Two of a Kind. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Sfketcbcc 2wo of a Jihxl. : Mrs. Carlto'n-Pell (a society matron, cnlor ing her carriage) : ' You aro ten minutes late, James. This must not happen ngaiu. Klunder's first.' 'Yes, ma'am,' Baid Jaincs, touching his hat. . Miss Carlton-Pell (daughter of society matron) — ' Marie aaya that Jftme3' wife is very sick.' ' Yes j I hoard somotbing of it. This is tho second |tlmo James bus boon tardy in a week. I shall discharge him if; it occurs ngam. ' What nro you going to do at Klun dor's ?' ' I want to order n haskot of roses to send to Mrs. Connoissour. She is not very well.' ' Why.jjfic^was at the Van Romvick din ner two nights ago.' ' Yes, 1 Jsninv ; but sho is enough indis posed to warrant the attention, 'and I want some of hor pictures for our. loan exhibi tion.' ' 0, 1 see 1 A whocl within a wheel.' ' Of course You don't suppose, my dear, I would send that tiresome woman £5 worth of flowors othcrwiso, do you ?' ' Oh' hero is Plush 5c Satin's I ? Sit still, if you liko ; I shan't bo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Hcilloway'a Pills nnd Ointment. — Disonses of Women. — Metlieul science in afl ages has been directed to alleviate tfie many malud ies incident to femalos, hut ProfTeior Hollo way, by diligent study and atteniive obser vation, was induced to believo that nature had provided a remedy for those special dis eases. He has, after vast re.-earcli, succed ed in compounding his celebrated Pills and Ointment, which embody tho principle nat urally designed for the roliof nnd euro of disorders peculiar to women of all ages and constiintious, whether icnkling in ?warm or cold climates. They have repeatedly cor rected disordered functfnns wTiiclir liavo defied tho usual drugs jjresuriboil for such cuses ; and still moro satisfactory is it tint the nmlady is relieved camuletety and perm anently. New South Wahkk and FRurjrAN's Orig inal CUI.OBODYN15.— It may be safely assert ed that the world in- cle; lined to hear a great deal more of Now Smith Wnles mining 011 iernrise,. po?scss!ug us sho do-s a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

(Boot) Stories . Punished for Kissing.— An English duke, who had married his third wife, was ono (lay surprised, as ho entered tho draw ing- room, dressed from some stnto ceremonial, by liis spouse throwing her arms about his neck, aud kissing him. ' Madam,' said ho, in tho chilliest of tones, 'my first wifo was '.a. Howard j my second wife was a Pembroke j nnd, madam, neither of: thorn cvor dared attempt such a liberty I' A story is.toM in tho ' Memoirs o£ Ad;vm Black,' tho distinguished publisher of Edin ^ biirgh, about a minister who resented his wife's, kissing him, not because of his of :? tended dignity., but on account of tho day on ... ' which the expression was made. ,: . The Hcy. John Colquhoun, of Iieitli, was a ? mjuij of extreme solemnity of demeanor. On '/no'1 Saernmont Sunday morning his wife, .?.'' . being desirous to have him nicely rifled but . .','?: . for the occasion, had his coat well brushed, . Ilia shirt white as snow, and his bands hang ing handsomely on bis...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. HOW TO WHITE LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

?' . jpoetrg HOW TO WHITE A LOVC 3TQ7.V. '. Now bring mo n lnaidHhnt si plnvnp nnd Jark, And bring ma n maid that is tall nnd {air ; Odo rauat be giy H3 a meadow lcvlt, Odo with a |»rnvo mil', quepnly nir Aud a sort of hiffli tornM, atutGlV store. Amnn, old, rich, ami n ^otloat flight; A man that his young and dcnonnnii.' ; And lo 1 tho etory thnt I will vrito. Bring ma a Summery moonlit park, Bring me ft honso in a handsoruo liquar), - - Ono in theaountry, n kind o! isrk 01 rofugo for loyora; somo mud despair, Duty, tomptution, n:n\ grief nnd euro. To taka tho oiigo oil love's delimit, !l low odd pcoplo fi'oui haio and thoro, ' , .. Aud lo I tbo utory that I wj!l write. Jring mo a trip in a trosohoroua hark, A wroakin tho midfiQM nnywhovo. }ring ma n duel, bo.iven p.ivo tho mark I . ...A reunited nnd happy psir, A gown {remWarth'H for thnbriiio to wear, And bring mo a into as dftvk ns night, for all tho bold, bud ones to sharo ; - And lo 1 tho atory tlmt I will writo. ? KNVOY. .-'v...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

oPBaf eohtistfo tfe rfb not ntcisxaYilji1 utentifj/1 6Urs£lvitts vsith the opinions nf our Correspondents'. All communications must- be' accompanied- \ ' Sy the proper' n-u-rts of the' lOrlt'ertii- not for' \ \ publication,- but as m guarantee- of' good'- faitto [Wo roCoivcd' this-- Weefe a' rather1 length v and flimsy epistle' addressed to1 Q the Editor of the '' Kfcorder'1' andl I signed ' Toby,'' the' gist ot which' was' i u mircusiic comment upon' tho Niv 1- kj Ti-am of Biilranald Footballeis (which ever team that is)V but as the literary ' j matter contained' tnereiry if primed,, would not engender any butter feeling; amongst the different ieuiii», we refrain1 from publishing smiie. There Heems' ' from the letter to b'-ive been a great deal of ill feeling over the respective1 ' football teams and tbi'ir dances, mvi now that the fnotbull HeiiHon iu oveiy v/e should adviHB 'Toby' to ''let » , sleeping dog lie,' for what is past is part, i To that tburo's no replying1, Anil what's...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MY WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Wi WIDOW. ' Wanted, for Australia, a lndy capable of taking ontiro educational chnrgo of throo giris. Applicants must bo willing to ontor into a three years' ongagomont. Liberal salnry and travelling expenses ; but no holdor of nnivorsity certificates will bo nccoptod. Apply, personally or by letter, to E. H., Queen's Hotel.' Hero wns the third nppenrnnco of my ndvertisomont, and the dosirnblo poraon had 'not yot presented herself. Worn out with interviewing lndios whose only qualification for tho post; sooniod to bo a dosiro to procood immediately to Australia, I was enjoying n temporary roat. A pilo of notes on my right 'hand promised mo ton moro visitors for tho nfternoon ; but in tho presonco o£ tho wniter who hnd juat provided mo with a tompting lunch, I had sworn to cease from my labors till that ropast was fnirly discussod. . At my third mouthful, howovor, , tho man ro appoarcd. . :-y. ; , 'Another lady, sir; and sho cannot wait,' ho Bnid. . .'.-.? ' Lot her wait, or go to— J...

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