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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

iRoveltet. .. DAYS OF CRIME AND - YEARS OF SUFFERING. 1 . ' r An Autojuoqiupiiy. Reprinted from ' Tlie Aiistal-i3lan'. . of : '. ? 1867 by special permission.) CHAPTER XX.— {Continued) 'I arrived in London with a youngor friend 'with only 0 couplo of pounds in.my pookot. This 1 know would go but .1 very __ littlo way, and bo I oxorqised my wits a ~ littlo to liit upon somo oxpodiont foi1 a month or two months' comfortable aubsiat oneo. In fcho llrat placo I wanted a 1031 donoo; secondly, furitituro; lna tly.ontablcs. Woll, you know enough of mo by this tiino to bo woll assured that my scruples wouldn't bo any creat obstnolo in obtnin ingthoso desiderata. I fivstof nllpurclinsod a couplo of two shilling stamps, and filled thorn in to tho tuno of £.150 oach, payable) in Uireo and two montli3 from dnto. I also procured a cheque book, from which I toro out sovoral of tho cheques, and filled in ' tho butts with various amounts, but all over .£100. I hud an old fashioned ' lnrgo RuBaiau-l...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Ball at "The Rest." [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Th© Ball at ' The Beat/' On Friday lust a bull was given in aid of the1 funds o£ the Hospital by Mra. Amwyf Ab her reBideiicer ' Tho R«at,' Miirkflt-Rtreet.. ForBoinetituepre vioiiK thin bull had been uu anticipated source of plfHHuru to town nnd district, uud we liurdly tliiulf anyone — lady or geiillenmu — wero diHiippointed in their Bxpectationa, From I ho timo of Hturt iug, until the end of i ho programme hud lieoa Knclind, the varioun rooms placed ivt th« diupoBul of visitors presKiiteil mi iminiuted scene of ever- varying |)ioturna of Smiting robes uud lovely liiugbing fncBH, mill without extolling our own uuighboiirhood ut thn expoimu ofothorii we are surer it will ho- bard to find any where bo inueh beauty uBaembled onii Bimihir occii.siorr, Tbe Srat und fore most credit ia due- tc Mrs, Amery, whose indefatigable oxortionn, botlj in doore aud out oi dooi's previous to tho bull, made it the aucceas it waa, not to apeak of tho material comforts which her guests rccoivod in var...

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

LOCAL NEWS. We hear that a daring robbery haa been committed in the township on a man on a visit hero from' Oxloy. Aa f»raa wo can learn tho p irticularpr sho tl'/ b.-foro coinir to1 press,, his !oaa is a checino fur noarly £100, drawn by silo'ial firm- «n tho A J.S.. Bmk. A man has lieen arreited' on suspicion, but eo far th' evidence against him oeoma to be very Blight Puofkssur MI'Donald, of tbo1 Melbourne UmvoiBity, conducted the norvices of tho Presbyterian Church on Sunday last at tho G'ospol Hall,, both m- rning and ovonins. On both occasions tho halll waa fairly woll fill d, mombura of othor dououiinatioin attornlm; on thia ncc-mion nsj well. Both his aormons had' ovidontly bonn carefully propiiol and wore- attentively liatonedl toby triu congre gation.. Tite attontiiin of our readera ia directed to tho meeting of members of tho B'lliftiiald Riding Club to. bo hold noxt Monday, A good attendnno is to be hoped for aa the mattora to bo discussed ar -j of Home impart-' nuce: Th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. THURSDAY—OCTOBER 20. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

EairaitaM Police* OOili't, TttunSDAT-^OCTODBIt 20, (Before ft L, Eovylingi Esq. P.M.) Joseph M/Gre^or was clmr»pd with Illalii'io-ilsly wounding Win, MiicKeuzie anil John Dannon. .-..- -:- Ejpigentit ? DoWling sworn, dppnsed to atiehling prisoner 'sit ; the BovhI Itnfotf a little after 1.1 last flight.-- He. ?was exceedingly violent j nearly wfdiich jng the ai resting olMcerVj. thumb o-it of joint and'-tore all his tiniform. It, fimillv took three men to get him into thtt luck-up, Piigoner ploailed not guilty saying Unit he remembered nothing about it. _. | As the two principal witnessp.s were too ill to attend, the case na& re I -tnanilc/l, ?', . . ». ? ? ' , On Monday last this case \yi(s re ! opened and evidetice given on behalf of , the prosneutirim i, -;!?? Piovioiis to that the prisoner asked Seineaut ; t-owling whether ho ' con-. I jfiideied him at the time drunk or seber. ! SaigeHub'. lJowiingreiilied Unit pris ' tior walked straight enough, conse I '' qnently could ...

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

Balranald Municipal Council. The fortnightly meeting of tho al«ove Council was held on Monday, 24th inst. Prosent : — The Mayor (Aid. CIosb), Aldermen Cram, Lawson, Boyutou, Grinham, and Bnrlow. Tho minutes of tho previous trfeetinjf wern read and confirmed. In tho correspondence we notice that following out tho susreestion of Mr, Cronin, Inspector of roads at Deuili quin, the' Council hntVo written to Mr. J. Smith, tho herdsman, asking him always to give notice to Mr. Wightman on the approach of any cattle to the bridge, A letter regarding a Sif Henry Parkes' Testimonial Fund was read, whict* was warmly supported by Aid. Boyntoh, and a subscription-list is to ba opened at the Council Chambers. The bank-book was tablet!, showing1 a credit-balance of £191 2s 3d,- besides vytiich £16 10s 9d were received that afternoon from rates, An application from the Rev.- T. T, Harvey for efecting rt small hnystack in the paddock adjoining tho manse, was next considered, The Council : . agreed to...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

IfO fliiS fciJlTOlt OB1 THIS itEdORDEUi «»:-? .iij Birj— AfToliB of' lh« potnpntitoi'B in tlie recent ftospithl-Bwc-ep in Went ' \ Vvortlu I wish to draw attention by your kindly inserting the following ! — In un issue of the ' Wfintworih Adv». ? bntw' previous to the show wMek of lust ???July, the above paper invited Compe tition fort he most words, English and Anglotsis-ed Foreign, that could bo tnnitn ' cut of the- word V hospital.' The enter ftnee was fixed at 2a and the pliBos to amount to £6, nil over that to go to the hospital. Tlie mmlt was . to . be Jiublished in tlie ' Advocate'1 of 1st AupUst, or on S.itnrtluys issu«, whidll would be 30th July. In duU course Some 60 competitors sent in their papers und wuited patiently for the result, bill Uppurently the Walter hml to be post honed through the absence of Mr. Burnett, police nmgiRtrute, who was tilled away to Pooncime, and who was one of thfi judges, ifo further men tion wnB made Until some time after Vvurds, when the excu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

TELEUimiSv Sydney,. October 2f&. j A solicitor1,, whose1 name did not trafr spire was suspended f ronv practice; ponding an investigation of the charge of misappropriation of trust funds. Anothor case oi small pox- is reported from- Tasmania'. : The hull ancf cargo of the1 Cheviot . steamer have been sold for £62. ' The Queen's Fund now amounfe to1 Melbourne Derby. Tranter is heavily' fcack«d for' the Melbourne' Derby. I The1 Premier' proposes in' the' new ' Electoral- Bill to give franchise' to' wo nien!. I Mr: Lamfy frnrfst'er;- lias been' ntp1 pointed Associate to' the Chief Justfce, and Air:- Orr to* ai similar' posititoa to' the Primary Judge in- Equity. ! Carl t'ilbery,. editor of the '' Brislia'rte' Courier,.' died to-day of heart disease'. i A man1 giving his- name as Boerd' man1, has been- arrested on al charge of committing, robberies from' mumerous attorneys^ amd' barrister* chambers,' som* 40- or 50' members of the pro' fessioii' have1 suffered from' numerous pot...

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

? sAtfDEti anp sons' euc vlypti EXTrtAcY.— In protection of .tho worlU-wldo fnmo mir nmmidic lure his acquired all over tho rIoIio, wo inililiah tho following .—Hutinl, M.I)., 1'rntosor of Oonoral Pa tholnjry mid DIcTOikcs of -the Mini) and NcrrouB Syattni, MVB In An' editorial publl-lic-t In tVa C'llnlcul llccord :— ' Wo rnivo uxaiiihied ImH-a.iortn «)-6chntN- of illlTotont nmnu actiires ; tho 'prcptratlan of Sander and Sons truth*' Mil)1 olio that proved to bo rclinblo und corresponding to iclontino tcst«.'' itnothor concoction culled 7l Ilcfrncd Kxlmci of Eucal) ntue,' huu piado Us uppcamnco Btnca, Thn prbdttdt tttntuls, according to Dr. Owen,- toreinoat Ifr euislng ln-nrlouB iffcctn. That KOitleman cotinnunlcatcs ut a uicutlni: .if t)io Jlodlcnl Society of Victoria that Ki:hiM living- »? 1- Itltoy ticchnio most icrloualy Indlaposed through Its uie. In another auo a Iidy iutci on the strength of statutory ilcdntatlon that ihs lufforccr cruelly from Hie tS-cXt of tho same coiiuoet...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Hay-Deniliquin Railway Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

The Hay-Deniliquin Railway BUT. Mr. ft; B. Wilkinson, in the Assem bly on Tuesday, 18th inst j moved the second reading of the Hay and Dehili qulh Tramway Billj and nsked the House to give the matter their serious attention as amongst other issues it involved one of such gyneral interest to the colony as to raise it out of the ordinary run of private bills to one of great importance. That issue was the right of the people of Hay and the sur rounding districts, to buy iihd sell in the market which would be Inost to their advantage. In wet weather tho road between Hay aiid Detiiliquiti, a dis tance of 79 mi es, was so bad as to be impassable for heavy teams, and almost impassable for coaches) while in time of drought teams could hot travel with onfc currying with tlierti the1 necessary feed for their horses. Owing) too, to the nature of the country, and the ab sence of stone a road would cost from £3000 to £4000 per mile,- but a light trttmvVrty or railway would cost only i'23U0 per m...

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

Swan Hill Hospital. (Fhom our own ConnmroNDENT.) An adjourned meeting of the Hospi al Riinrd nns held to consider the ten (dors for the new hospital. The lowest tinder was accepted, thnt of Mr. Cuto, of E.iglehuwk (£3,755) A deputation was appointed to inter view the Ministry to procure tho necess ary fuiids for the building, and also to ivmko final arrangements with the archi tect and contract or on behalf of the Committee. On tho 6lh inst the nmuil monthly meeting was held in the Board room of the institution, present, Mr. E. Hughes, cliaiirnftt, nnd Messrs. J. Gioy, E. Hook/J^Chrixtie, A. M'Donuld, J. G. Boys, P. Anderson, Wm. Smith, G. T. Maddison, und Wm. Anderson, Tho minntes nnd accounts of last monthly meeting also of adjourned meet ing were read and con Ii lined. The Medical Officer's report wnsreud And received. The visiting committee's report was then read tind confirmed. The delegate's report in re. the new institution was received and adopted, and an allowance of £10 ea...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. WEDNESDAY—OCTOBER 19. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 26 October 1887

Balranald Police Oourfc. ?Wednesday — Octobek 10. fBofore E. L. ltowlins. Esci. P.M.) Wnr, Howeil churned with being -Inink- was lined 5a or 24 boura ; for ? milking use of obscene language in a public thoroughfare und within hcuring of poopler piissing, lie Was lined 40s or 1 mont)?. The prisoner wns removed. Miclmel Quirt ixml Joseph Matthews viera brought up on remund with having on the lull' of October, assaulted one **Foinney,' mi uboriginul, and robbed Kim of £7. Cbii3tiil-!fl Donald deposed to arrest ing the prissonni'H. . Harry .-Fompny, mnsteror, on Cdiiully. said, ttmt he knew and understood the nature of an oath, and was sworn. ' - Knew prisoner Quin on ,Cuniilly,-*the other jniHoner by sight only. ! Saw both prisoners on Sundny morning. He had n ehcqiiH for £7,- which ho custiod on Snn diiy morning tit Mrs. Miittheson'a Cur ''' .#' tier's Arms 'Hotel. H-! got seven .£1 notes, which ho pnt into his right hand ttouHtTS poulcet. Prisoner' Quin then nskutl him to como into u...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

TELGOR4MS. Stdney, November 1. The official visit to Eveleigh work 'riiops yestorduy, oonviuccd the Minister (or Works thu lucustiiy of mmiufaotnr ing locomotives in the colony under tbe immed'iito eye of the dosiguee, Measles ure spi aiding to uu uhirming extent uinoug Hiildreu iu the city nnd suburban, public rcIiouIs, tho average at Wutorloo being 60 per cent. Twelve thousand cigars were seized on board u German ateamer yestsrcluy. The ' whole of Purlces fund will lie tlovoiod to his beuiht und thnt -of his family without uay prusont or future debts. The body of a newly born child was yextui'day found in a brown paper parcel on a chair in the lady s waiting room at the Redfern railway station. Twenty horses will start for the Mel bourne Gup. ' De Pass, in the insolvent estate of David Joseph was, wiili insolvent com mitted for fourteen days for- .prevarica tion, ? Vernon's eleven ut Adelaide second ',''i:ining8 ulUoHt for 304. Soulb Auh *V 'tral ansi ono wicket, 93. \ . -Tho fina...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

MR THOMAS ROBERTSON ot Huy, Solicitor, will uttend tlie Court of Quarter Sessions and District Court, »t Bulriuuild, 011 ihe 15th No vember next, Letters may ba ad- ? dressed to tho cure of Mr. T. II, Boyu ton, Beehive Storo, Bulrauuld, Notice. A MEETING of Shareholders of the Masonic Hull Company will be held in tho Masonic Hull on TUES DAY, ldili Noveuim-r, nt 4 p.m. W. 0. CLOSE, Hon, Seo NotiCtt. NOTICE is hereby give that the Purtnei'Bhip ' existing between Messrs. P. M'MAIION uud H. S. M'MALION hits been DisolVud from the 1st of AUGUST lust. .Tlie business 'will be curried on in future by the undersigned ulone. P. M 'MA HON. Notice, A 8 the Dissolution of Partnership of M'MAIION BROTHERS has not yet been signed by both parties, the advertisement to that effect in last issue is incorrect. H. S. M'MAHON. HVoticO. MRS AMERY, desires to tliahk tho Ludies and Gentlemen who so kindly helped her to bring the two purtieB held ut her house so successfully through, und hopes thnt wheneve...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Dumor. Comparisons. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

ibiunor. Coiiijiurison.s. She glanced at the ring on her finger — . : . A diamond which he had plaecd there— The stone shone as truo , As her fair eyes of lilim, ~ And the g.dd wns a match to hor hair. Slie smiled as she thought v Its radiance brought, ? ? . . And' whispered In Bwcfil accents low, ' Oh, thank yon, dear Fred ; 'Tis lovely I' sho eald ; . ' Math nicer than Tom gave, you know.' » It Was Probably an Oversight— Mrs Porcine has a very pronounced' idea of the proprieties of life. A few days ago. while at the races, Mr. 'llrown passed them, but his polite bow mot with only a frigid stare. 'Why, mamma,' cxelaimcd Miss Forcin-. 'you did not bow to Mr. Brown I' ' My dear,' returned Jtrs\ Purcinc. calmly, 'we cannot afford to recognize Mr. . Brown nny more. He hns neglected t- - observe one of the proprieties of lifo.' ' Why, wlint do you mean, mamma ? When -? . - ho went into mourning 1 thought he. Utcnjud . ^ to everything.' - . . 'No'dcnr, ho did not.' . Tho young lady was't...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

fliMscellancons. Blades of Pocketlcnivos-— The blades of the very cheap pockutknives are punched indies from sheet steel, but those for first class pocket cutlery nro hand forged, a good workman being able to forgo from twenty five to thirty largo blades per hour, nnd about forty pen blades per hour. There is a pattern and gauge furnished tho forger for each sort of blade, but. the Experienced workman raroly refers to either, his accuracy of eye. ond skill of band being sufficient guides to exactness. Tho blades come from till. 1, ATI, 1 „f (l,„ nnrfnnf. in form i-v. eept the bevel of the back intended to guide engaging blades, this bevel being formed by grinding. The steel used in theso fine blades is Wardlow's (English), or tho best American make. As tlioy eomo from ? tho forges the blades are ' choiled,' or filed, to make a nick between the blade and the tang. Then the blades aro tempered, having received the trado mark stamp on tho tang under a press. Tho hardening is done in a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
HOUSEHOLD. Flying Glassware. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

[HOUSEHOLD. Flying Glassware. In frosty weather our niglitcap of spirits should be mado by putting in tlio spirits first, then tho hot water directly into the spirits nnd not down tho sides of tlio go blot, while tho bluo ribbon advocate should bo careful net to put his iced lemonade into a glass brought from n warm cupboard, or a gf ass which has been in tho sun. Your glass mustard pot, often a thick ono, rtiiBt. never bo soaked in hot or even moderately warm water. Your decanters nnd water bottles should be cleaned inside without hot water ; tlioro aro a dozen recipes in every household book for tills without UBing hot water. A little consideration will tell tho thought mind ? that expansion and ' contraction of metals— nnd glass is n metal— should not bo sudden, but gradual nnd regular, in all parts alike. Very thin glass does not fly from hot water often, it being eo thin that heat ex pands it nil nt once; consequently it docs not burst from a part . only, expanding, ' or from t...

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 — 2 November 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. — 0-— Hiverina Jlcconltr Office, Tuesday Evening. Warm weather still continues, to day reaching 102deg in tho shade. Shearing is almost finished. Burra wong shed cutting out to morrow, and with the oxception of a few selectors who are shearing now, Glen Emu will be the last shed to finish in the district. As the feed is so dry there is great iettr or ousn-nres, unci raooitors should bo especially cautioned to be careful in not leaving behind them burning lo.s, trees, or tire of any kind, as when tho tiro. is once started great destruction must be| done to feed and property, before it can bo allayed. Tho crops ure now lifting- cat and turning out a good yield of from 30 cwt to as much us 2 ton to the ncro in some places. Tho hay generally is froe from flag, clean, n good length, i with good full ear and freo from nuy rust or smut. Messrs. Hillerman, Shearne, Chaston, Pym, Hinde, and other selec tors as woll as many of the stations, are all busy hay making. The we...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

H-abies' Column. Female Soldiers —An old army Milton told a icpnrU-.r of a number of instances where members ot tho weaker sex were car ried away by their enthusiasm nt the begin ning of the American war nnd put on the uniform to fight for the cause. We copy tho following : '1 knew n girl who at the beginning of tho war was so tilled with patriotism, and so weighed down by a sense of duty, so carried away by an adventurous impulse, that sho followed the squad of boys who had enlisted in her neighborhood, and, dressing ns a .boy, enhsteit in tlie coinpnny that was lormuig m tho county town. Her friends discovered the longhair she had cut from her bead and the clothing sho had thrown off iu her father's barn, gave immediate pursuit. ' As they were driving into tho city tlioy saw walking nlong tho sidewalk smoking a cigar a young fellow who had the samo sort of faco as the girl they wero iu pursuit of. They Btoppcd and accosted tlio young fellow, and wore trcated.to such a'shower of, e...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

SHIPPING Cramsie, Bswden & Co. toport under date ^et i/isfc. ? Sailed for Ecliuca tho Bantam- on tho 20th UiSt,v with 1350 bales o£ wool, Sucuchu and Waradgory on tho 29th hist, tho former with 1350 balea of wool nud tlie latter witli 750 bnloa Tho LoQcashii'e Lass is now loading wooli at Hay. Tlie Corrong arrived from Echuctu thia morning, and sailed again at midday.. Tho fioldsbrough sailed for Eehuca. thia. morning with 1000 bales of wool,. Tho itelpic is now ill tho Edwatda lead ing wool,. Tho Barwon arrived at Echuca to- day.. She will sail again foe tha Edwards- on Thursbay the dtn inst.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Unattained. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

Unattalncd. Tho beach is basking in Ihe sun, The waves break on tho ahote, And I sit hero to watch for ono Whom nil tho girls ndoro. He comes, the youth I fain would 'mash,' - And 'mongst all others chooso I Ho wears a curly blonde moustache ? And patent leather shoes. How bluo his oyes, how straight his nose, IIow neatly brushed his hair I How dewy fresh tho little roso . That forms his boutonmero 1 , . . Ho passes oil \vith careless tread— ? : . I can but sit nnd frown ; No friond tho magic words has said j ' Miss Jenkins, Mr. Brown 1 ' Welsh Sayings. — Three things thatnever become rusty — tho money ot tlio benovoleut, the shoes of tho butchor's horse, and a wo man's tongue; Three things not easily done— -to allay thirst with (ire, to dry wet with water, and to please all in everything that is done. - Three things that areas good as tho best brown bread in famine, well wata: in thirst, and a gray coat in cold. Thrco things as good as thoir batter — dirty water to extinguish tho f...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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