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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

Owing to- pressure on ou r space wo arc conv pulled to hold|ovcr several items* A nkw paper has bcon started in BonrRo under the name of the u Western HoralU and Darling Kiver Advocate'. The number sent to- uu is a four»pace sheet with an editoiial supplement, and iu well got up. Wo wish, our contemporary every success in their undertaking; Duiuno the week when tho .Land Board will hold its sittings here — that iB in a fort night—a trial will bo made in Bahacald with Messrs. Anderson and La8ceI!ora Pot ent Uabbifc Vinsouing machine-. This, in vention has been used with great success i in tho malice country of western victoria, and the trial should, bo of interest to nur diotrint readers. Further particular# will bo given in our noxt issue. This day-week being Princo of Wales birthday will be kept as a general holiday in the colonics, as welt as at homo. Hero in Balranald tho day will bo made tiso of for tho indulgence of several amusements. At au -»arly hour Ju tho morning a cricket...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Goods and Ends. An Old-Timer. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

©fcfcs nnfc A n OUI-Ttmcr. Often I think, in my trim swallow-tail, At parties where flowers tlielr fragrance ex hale, Of times when my pato was a bower of curl--, And 1 danced with the grandmas of all tho dear girls, I look on the charms that their bca\itics un fold— They seem tho samo damsels, while I havo | grown old. I feel liko whito winter without a warm ray ; They look liko tho roses that blossom in May. But winter may look, with its shiver and fliilli I Through tho window at flowers that bloom on tho sill ; And I may ask Edith with ringlets of jet If she will dance with mo the next minuet. I go to all parties, receptions, first nights, I'm a merry old bird in my fanciful flight ; I may look like the winter, a snowy old thing, But deep in my heart dwells the spirit of spring. I know that I am not as old as I look, My voice has no crack, and my back has no crook ; And linppy I'd bo i£ Mny, Maud, nnd Lucille . ? Would treat me as one who's as young ns I feel. Peculiarities of th...

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

Children's Picnic. Last Friday afternoon a picnic was held on the racecourse nnder the aus picua of the Presbyterian Church Sun day School, bat not by any means re stricted to that denomination. Tlie general invitation given included every body, and a great number availed them selves of it and spent u most pleasant afternoon. Tho weather was all that could be desired ; just at the beginning a few drops cf rain fell, which laid the remnant 01 unsi lott utter last Wednes day's rain, after we had the sun out nil the time, but with u cool breeze, und at no time waa tho heat ut all oppressive. There was a profusion of refreshments of every sort, and ufter the Rev. A. Hardie had said grace, tbe children's budily wants were lirst attended to, af ter which the grown portion of the visi tors hud their innings. Great were the exertions of those presiding over this department, for it was uu aiuall matter lo attend to about 200 |-eople — as there were fully that many on tho ground — but Me.sdam...

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

Tho Fiery Ordeal, On pottory my lovo wnB pleased to paint Designs that woro exceeding rare and quaint ; , And whon sho had thom done as alio desired, With neatness and dispatch, the pots , wero fired. ' Love, I am but a vnso of common clay — Design mo as you will, I humbly pray' I, , Tlio maiden'fartiioncd me ns sho thought best, And then— why, I was ilrcd wfitli tho rost.'

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

Carriers' Union. On Friday last, the 28th nit, a se cond meeting of the Carriers' Union was held at tho Shamrock Hotel, und was woll nttpnded, Messrs. J. G. Menon and J. Grinham wero asked to take the chair and yice chuir respectively, Mr. Robison, travelling Rgent for the Hav Union attended nt* liflmlf -\F tlmf body. Tlie first business was to elect n per manent committee-, and the following gentlemen were asked^nd consented to act on same Chairman, Mr. John G. Menon ; 'Vice-Chuirmati, Mr. John Grinham ; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. S. King, and Messrs W. Ryder, J. Melrose, HyJ Sitnmonds, B. Griffiths, W, Cameron, Daniel Farrell, R. R. Southee, H, S, M* Million, W. MacKonzie. On the motion of Mr. Robmotj, se conded by Mr, M'Lellnn, Mr. J, Cram was appointed permanent secretary at a remuneration of £1 per week. The roles and regulations of the Hay Union and their rates of freight were then read by the Chairman, and after some discussion for the present adopted on the motion of Mr. M'Lellan, ...

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

Snivelled Tho Oity of Sovillo— His a Continual I delight to strol! through tho streets ot this charming city. Tho bouses aro built around an interior court, and through tho delicate open work of the ornamented iron doors, as you pass, you catch charming glimpses within of columns and arches nnd flowers nnd foun tains. Most of tho streets aro crooked and narrow, somo of them mean lanes ; but they are scrupulously cluan, nnd in your walks you are constantly oomini nnon littlo lilazas or parks with seats, and statues and trees nud shrubbery. Fine buildings abound, nnd also odd, strange, and quaint ones— old Moorish houses with projecting upper stories, nnd arched balconics with Blcndor columns and rioh traccry of stone carving in doorways and over windows. For hundreds of years this has been tho home ot rank and prido and wealth,' nnd it has been cnrichcd and adorned without stint. A Spanish proverb says, ' that Seville is the crown ot Andalusia— Andalusia of Spnin — and Spain of tho w...

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

MALCOLM &BEATY, Stock and Station Agonts, V A L U E R S, Auctioneers and Lund Agents, BALRA.VAID, AGENTS POU — The AttRtrnlaaian Mortgage and Agency Co. 'Limited Ji C. Walker and Co. J?ormewanr Wright and Co , Limited Victorian Insurance Company Tlhft Australian Mutual Provident Society 3)shy'» Narandcra Piue Timber, LAND AGENCyT 3SALOOLM & BBATY Aro prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Uuilor tlie frown. Lands Act of 1884. And pass tli rough tbe Ij-AJSTD office, A bio uppeins ut. tho Local Land Court, And attend to any LAND BUSINESS Entrusted to tliuro Full information and particulars on 3^ nd Mutters to bo had fro»i MALCOLM ii BEATY, . ? Halriinidd. Division of Runs. „ NOTICE. Malcolm & beaty nro [ire pared to execute5 Maps and Tracings of I/itiui ; also Plans, Specifications, ctc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Imorpontid by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITA I.-JfI500,000, with power to increase to j61, 000,000. nnacRVK Kuxd — £200,000. MEAD OFFICE : Syi....

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

Balranald Hotel ; (TATTERSALL'S) Mrs. M. J. MURPHY BKG3 to nmumuce to hur friends and tho publics that ehe has now takftii the j(.-+ fr'rove .\Vcll-kuo\vH: ..lintel. It v*iU bo h«r ^o^teiiiliwvyvvut'- w ? x: ouuuv-l t i )«' w llmfc ' v it inny. compare favourably with tlm lc*i-liii£ Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveuesa and teomfort. Every attention paid to Boarder* and Visitors, The largest aud moat commodious house In town. ^flints, ®ecv^, & fif $-i5t grand, $ aUwp iu £tarlu first-class Stabling, billiards. M. J. MURl'MY, Proprietress. ~ AMBRY'S ~ Commercial Hotel, M*MAHON BROTHERS, Pruphiktous. Messrs. m-mahon Bros. i.pK 1 to no. ify to the ptibliu nf Bui- I ruuald aud dmu'ict, tlmi they have taken the above well'kmiwn Hotel) and ' tiopa l-y giving every attention, to j bierit ft fair share of support. ( Every accommodation, with home I ?comforts. ( Sauiplo Rooms for Commercial Travellers. Good Billiard Table. Firat class Stabling Accommodation. . Bust Brands always kept....

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

To Correspondents It is always gratifying to ua to recoivo communications from all parts of tho district and we shall be happy to give every facility for pub lishing the same. \Ve hope to ex tend these publications moro and more, and invite coutricutions. Iu forwarding communications Correspondents will remember that .? it is only necessary to put a penny stamp on the M.S. under 4 oz. weight if tho envelope iu left open at both cuds.

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

New South Walks- and Fiibkman's. Onio EiAL CuLOitoDTCNE.— It may bo safely assort od that thu world ia destined to bear a gren ilonl moro of Now South Walea milling ou iorprise, possessing aa uho itoea nil tho most Important known metals und minerals in great abuudanco. Mr. Freeman, tho Invent or of tho Original and only tionuino Cliloio ilync, has iu deference to tho wishes of hij {nitrons and customers iu New South Wales made such arrangements, that colonists and aew anivals may obtain bis Clilorodync, with the greatest facility iu all parts of this important and rapidly growing eolcny. For Gilds, Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma and Con sumption it has no rival. — Sold ovorywhero throughout the Colonies. Insist -upon liav ng ' i'rteinnu's' only. Reject aubstitiitcat ku tliey are worthless. Trade Mark, au elupli- , kiit, j

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

Science. A Cheap Electric Pon— A description has been |;ivim by Dr. J. tiarel of a simple way to make an electric pen, to be used for multiple copying ot letters or drawings, to the same .ell'eet ns tho somewhat costly lidison pen, A traoiiig ot the drawing to bo copied is taken on thin paper, which is then laid upon a pieco of common gas carbon. The larger thu. carbon in proportion to the papor, the less shifting will be required ; but a piaee of reasonably convenient siita may bo easily rounu, ami it should bo ground to n lair sur facu. The plate of enrbou thus prepared is to bo connected with one of tho screws bf a small induction coil, such as thnt used for an electric bell. The style for following tho design, says a contemporary, is nothing more than a lend pencil, rather hard and brought to n fine point. The other end of tho lead of the pencil is connected by a wire with the other screw of the induction coil, which in turn is connected with a suitable battery. The wood of tho ...

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

Sltetcber. [?] 'There 1b always somo nrch quackery in England,' oald i\ writer a couple ut couturius ,' iiJto, In descanting on the clmracteristics ot tlie Inhabitants of that period. Slnoo thnt time qimckrty lias advanced to nnoli pcrfcu tion that nowadays it compotc* for a place ? . among tho ilno nrh, ami, ns lung as there nro gullibl« people in this world, so long will'tLic craft flourish urn! prosper. In tho days when Knyland wn« supposed to be exceptionally ' uieriie' the prufess»rs ot healing wort ingenious, if not skilful. vnurmiiyuu were nounuauc, nu,i uceepuuu thrived on favorable soil, Cures wero certainly cfTcctoJ, but more .cures were effected by faith in tlio supposed remedy than by the actual remedy itself. ? .Tn the early part of the present century ;; man named Perkins offered for sala a talis Mian composed of two small tapering pieces ot metul, which ho designated ' tractors.' Theso objects were stated to be wonderfully efficacious in tho removal ot rheumatism, and...

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

U-oeu'\\ SlUlnlfflit at Sea, ' What nccst thou, friond 1 ffho frail masts bend, $ '? Thy ship reels wildly ou tho tossing deep J Thy fearless eyes Itcgard Iho slcica, ? And tills broad wasto was where through whito chargers leap ; Seest thou thu foam ?'' Pilot I sea ray homo, And children on n white soft couch, asleep.' . 11 What secst thou, friend 1 . ' The tiller-end ? - Thou gnpest safely in thy firm, strong grip j ? ? Thino eyes aro strange, They seem to rnnga . ? f Beyond Bca, aky and clouds and, struggling . ship, Beyond tho loam.' . . .- A Pilot : — '1 pc? my homo— ? Brown cottago — eaves round whioh tho ' .swallows dip.' 'What seest thou, friend? ? .. Black leagues extend '-! - On all sides round about thy hark and thco j ' : ? ? . : Not one Btar-spcck .. Above the dcok .. Abates tho darkness of tho midnight sea j - ? , _ . . .Tlio waves' throats roar— ' filot : — ''I bco tho Bhore, . And eyes that plead~with God for mino and ?? , ... ; mc.' ..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. (Before E. L. Bowling, P.M., P, Macpherson, J, H. Morphett, Esqs. J.P's) WEDNESDAY—October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

Balranald Police Oourfc. (Before E. L. Bowling, P.M., P, Mac pherson, J, H, Morphett, Esqs. J,P's) Wednesday — October 26. John Bedford was charged with steal ing a pocket book containing a cheque for £108 5s 8d, and Beven £1 notes from the person of one John Simmons. Sergeant Dowling saw John Simmons, who told him that his pocket-book had been stolen from him, and described contents. Ho got the cheque of Mr, R. D. Murray, of Cramsie, Bowdenand Co. witness und trooper 1/onala accom panied Simmons to tho Royal Hotel, who pointed prisoner out to them in the barroom of the hotel as the man who had committed the theft. Searched prisoner but found only 10$ oil him or in his swag behind the bar. Tools him in chargo on suspicion, Witnens next pro ceeded to the Bridge House Hotel, when prosecutor told him that the pocket-book had been found in tho water-closet at this latter house. He made n crook with a stick and some wire, and got the poolcet-boofc ont, whioh wan in the pan at the bottom ...

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

- my _ irmoir. ' (concluded.) ' Did yon lovo hiin 1' 'If 1 did not, what must you think of mo ?' sho murmured. ' Think ? I havo thought till 1 enn think no more,' 1 responded. 'And now I, who for yoars havo said I conld cotuo socond in no woman's heart, ask you, May Somers, for tho lowest placo in yours. ' Hor hands rested lightly on tho arm of tlio rocking-chnir. I had almost taken thom in mine, whon sho said softly, — 'Aro you iiideod asking mo for tlio fragments that remain ?'I am asking for no fragments ; I am asking to teach you what l»vo is, for, widow as you aro, wife as yon havo boon, you ao not know ;. I. would teach you by tho serviee of my wholo heart and lifo.' I waited for what Boomed tho longost five minutes of my lifo bofore alio said, — ' I cannot answer you now. It is as you said— I do not know ; and porhaps I ,may..nevor learn tho lesson you Bpoak of.': ' Thon,' I rejoined, ' for tho gift of yourself I am willing to wait. But that is not wlmt 1 am asking for now. T...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Hovelist. PAYS OF GRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER.—XXH. SUSPECTED, BUT GUILTLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

, iRovellst. PAYS 0~ GRIME AND * YEARS OF SUFFERING An Adtobiooiiapiiy, Reprintod from ' Tho Australasian' of : ? 1867: by 'Special permission ) , CHAPTER,— XXir, ? . : ?( : SUSPECTED, BUT GUILTLESS. So von linppy months flew swiftly ^v; ???:. .-my* pupils wore asourco of constant inter ... est to mo, aiul wore as docile and lovoablo : . us heart could 'wish. Their progress was ? most encouraging to mo, and their parents were moro than satisfiod with tho results of my tuition. Those seven months wero 1 tho happiest and best-employed df nil. tho :-- mouths that I havo lived. But a ohnngo . ' was near at hund, and this bright vista in :. my oxiatonco was fast being closed upon by tlie old dark shadows. A liorso wns always placed at my dispo sal'. aud when I could snare timo.. I was in ?- 1 the habit of talcing si rido through tho coun .v ??? v toy round about. On ono' of thcso'occa- 1 ? - ; . . sions I called at a shepherd's hut which' ?wag situated at tho foot of some ranges ? . .. a...

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

Kelly's Sports. The following aro tho Handicaps to Tra ran for at KellyV Bridge Houuo Hotel on Novem ber 9th. GRAND HANDICAP, WilHam O'Broo ... „, . Sctcli, Churlea Mason... ? ? 1 Yds * Eaatoa ... ... ... 2 „ #'C. White ? ; ... 2 „ Arthur Cooper.., 4 „ Wag ... r ? ... ... a T. Sl'Gee ... ? ? 7 „ E. Holloway ... ... ... ... S ,, S. J. Hyde ... ' ... ... & ' PUtlc. liowo .,, ... 9 ,, * Telegraph ff „ C. H. Komp : 10 rr James Carter- 10' „ James M'Lurcaa ... ... ,., 11 ,, * Balranald ? ' ? ? „. II ,, L, O'Broo ... 1 i „ '?Paika.., ... ... IS „ HANDICAP JUMPING BACE. C. Davidson .., ... Sertoli Charles Mason ... ... ... 1 Yds William O'Bree ... ... 7 ,, C. DoVorall ... „, ... 8 „ 'Eoaton ? „, 10 „ Wag ? ... 10 ' C, H. Kemp ... 1£' „ DAVID FLYNN, Hon Sec, Balranald, October 31. * Aaaumeil inlmo»

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

Balranald Racing Olub. A meeting of the committeo of the a hove Cinb was held on Monday last ut Tattersall's (Balranald Hotel.) A. Liw renco, Esq., President in thu chair, pro sent Messrs.- J. H. Morphett, E. Cam eron, Malcolm Close, Murray, Beatv, D. Flynn, Silvester, J. H. Richardson, (Hon. Treasurer) and Goo. Lobsey, (Hon. Secretary). \T »? R;M,.-..,l„„r. ? ? : ? ? alter rulo 8, to tho effect that members now joining should not be required to pay £1 Is extra, but only the usual an nual subscription of £2 2s. Tho committee ptepured its report and a general meeting of members then took place, some six or eight gentlemen attending besides the above. The Committee's report was road aad was ordered to be printed lor distribu tion amongst the members. The Christmas meeting resulted in a loss of £25 to the Club, but this was recovered at tho annual meeting, and the financial year closes with a credit balauce of £39 la lOd. It was moved by Malcolm and secon ded by Mr. Murray, that specia...

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

Tax Yeas Stakes Pasha ... ? 1 Duflcriu ... ... ... 2 gt, John ? 3 N.B. — Other telegrams stato that the Australian Peer was third for tho Cup.

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

Swan Hill. (from a correspondent.) Aftor a week of tine weather we were visited with a severe storm on Thurs day morning. A strong wind sprung up oarly in the morning accompanied by peals of thunder and vivid lightning, followed by a heavy downpour of rain. During the gale tho Post-offico suffered, also the premises of a local baker. The Eclipse Photographers, whose van and studio are near the river had a most thrilling experience. Tbe proprietors were aroused from their nocturnal re pose by the bumping and thumping of their van, which had been blown across the wharf-paddock — a distance of 35 yards — finally landing with a crash against the road fence, A few turns would have transferred the exponents of tho black art with all their paraph ernalia into the swift-flowing Murray, Tho studio also fared badly, being com pletely wrecked ; fortunately a few hours sufficed to repair ull damuges and restore order again. The Waradgory and Barwon steamers had to heave too until the gnlo abate...

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