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V.K.C. Spring Meeting. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

? ? ? 4, ? — V.K.C. Spring Meeting. DERBY DAY. . , The followiug is tho result of Satur* ? day's Races; — ' Melbournb 'Stakhs; : ? Silvermino ? .,, 1 D.unlop ... ... 2 Algerian... ' ,,. ... 3 ? ; HoTHAM HndIOAP. Levito ... ... ... 1 Alenotti ... ,,, . - 2 ? Koith ... ?? ... - 3 ? MAmuyRNoua PtAiTE. Lonsdale ... ?. , ... 1 ? . Consequencov !'?- ? 2 Lady Betty ? ... -3'- ? ? DERBY. , Australian I-'eer i if., : 1 t v Niagara ,.\ .fl- s.. t xi - . Abercorn,.. , ?? ?. f- . '?- Couui^a Stakes, . .. Qumtin Matsop ... : . . 1 I ? iliugma ... 2- ? Newinastor. 3 ?; ; ? . bELLlNO SAGE.,-' ' ? Londo ' r ,,, 1 :] .. Faugh-a baling!) ... ... 2 ?J... ? Salvo ? ... 3 -I ? I CUP DAY. , ;| , . Tho. following are the results of. Tuea* w- ; day's Racing ; — , ? ' i Railway Handioaf, . ; wj ? Master John , f,v : ,1 ' m. ^.^.N^.wuiaster.,, ... . . '2 Lsindo . ... .,,, .3' i' ' - Hurdles, . , ' Friction 1 Sir Lancelot ?. 2 Ellerslie ... , 3 . CUP, ; a - Dunlop 1 1 Ti Bilvennino . . ... 1:: | Thunderbolt ....

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

Moulamein. (VHQM A CORRESPONDENT) Tlie weather during the past weelc has been warm, and notwithstanding the heavy thunderstorm of last Thursday morning, when 75 points of ruin fell. Tho grass ia' getting dried up on the high ground, and being so thickly mntted together there is great danger of bush fires, as if once started, there would be no stopping its derastation, especially if there wrs nny breeze to fan tho (lames. The hot weather has hastened tho ripen ing of the crops which ore now well ad vanced. and I learn that us there is no possibility of there being any demand for hay, several of tho largest soleotors aro going to strip their crops this year, and send their wheat to market, most probably to Hay, vrhero there will be sufficient demand for their produce, both for seed and other purposes. One selector alone has 1000 bags in readi ness for his wheat. The crops are spoken of as being very good, in ofie or two instances there is too mttch flag in patohes, and a little red ru...

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

The Collegiate School, JELILL. l'RINUII'AL: MR. C- PERMAN, Glasgow University, Formerly Clasical Master nt the City School, Hoburt, umi uometiuia Art Muster, South Yurra College, Mel bourne. Pupils prepared for the University, Civil Service, or Commercinl Life. Clusses for Languages, part Singing nnd Drawing, and Music by privuta lessons General Store, SWAN HILL. &A719WTB8 BliGS to announce to tha Publio of Swnn Hill nnd anrrounding dis trict, that lie has opened a GENERAL STOKE in Campbell-street, and hopes that nil hiB old friends, and crowds of new ones, will cnll nnd see him ut an early date, when he will da his best to please every one. Swan Hill, 8th June, 1886. BLACK AND COLORED D R E s S S I L K S . Patterns and Prices Post Freo to all parts of Australia. Wo irmteTtlie 'attention ofSLadiea resid ing in tho interior to our magnificent Stock of Summer Dress Silks. Our Importations reprcsont tbe Newest Colourings and Designs worn in tho centres of fashion at Home and on...

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

Advertising Cheats l ! I M It has become so common to begin au nrticlu. iu an elugnnt, intarcstiag stylo, '* Then run it into Bumo lulvortisonioQt that wo avoid all sucli, 'Ami fiiinply call attention to tho merits of Dr. Soulo a Amoriuan Hop JJittoru iu as plain, honcat tonus as possible, j ' To intluce people j M To givo one trial, which so proves thoir j value that tlioy will tiover uao anythiug ! olse.M i 'Tils U'MtfDT so favourably noticed in all tho paper-, Hellgioua and 9euular. U \ ''Having a Iar-ro sale, und supplanttng all other mediciiic. u Tlieru is no tlonying the virtual of tlio Hop plants and thopropriotora of Dr. 3oule'a Ainoriean Hop lilt, tow Imvo uliown great bhrowdnoss und ability . » 44 In compounding a mcdicltio whoso virtuutf ares palpable to ovury ones observation. Did She Die ? 'No 1 ' Shu lingered and suffered along, pining away all thu tiuie for yeara,' Mxho ductoia doing hor no good jn 11 And at last waa cured by this Dr. Soulo1* Atnorioan Hop bitlois the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Meeting of Shearers and Pastoralists at Bourke. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 2 November 1887

HTefiting of Shearers- and Fas toralists at Bourke. The following fs an. abrklgod account eondensnd from trie- report of tho '^-Central Austrnlusian' : — A meating. was held at the Temper ance-Hall^Bouiikey for tlio purpose of Inking iiifco. consideration tho shearers agreement, as adopted' by: the Union of Australasia; (head quartons Creswiek) mid amend, ov teviso the same foe the next Gonernli Conference. Sbeepownoi's having been invited to attend, there was a fair sprinkling of tlieip representatives, among whom wore at, ? ? n-n... ? r ;..i_ ? Bull*, aad Ilfxlnott. ' There was a largo aiuuiber- of shewers present and the proceedings were most orderly. 'J'be Chnir.rann (Mr. Langwoll) said ?Miat tho- S'eer.etary would read the clauses, ofc' the agreement one- by ono, nnd a discussion would be taken on ' «uch if necessary. Clause 3. — ' That he will bo at tho stntiou or run on tho day of 158 toi commence shearing and tfte Raid' hereby agrees and un dertakes to be ready for him to co...

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

OUR UNION. . 'Wo aro a baud of brothers, All natives to tho laud. And try to-eopo with capital Who want tho upper hand. And when our rights wero threatened The cry rose far and. near-, We want a- Shearer's Union,. A'nd'themwo'vo naught to-fear:. Firet'camo thccnllant Victorians, Who- nobly niado a stand.. Hlien- came- the (sunnvl Now South Welsh 1 meni Who toot tlicnv by tho Rand Atid.whemthe-8q.uatters-hord' of this,. Mey tried'' to- break out rules, And South Australia helped, us thony To prove wo were no fools- KexCs)iearfi-g:tiinCr the sipiatters say They '11 Have no Union men, If that's the oise, moro strikes- thore '11 bey ' \Vhich-meunB,a*IoBS to-themi Mb shearers, ono and' all combiiiey Ktiek to tho Union true, Aud let the sq)tafetors- seo what w«;. The. Umoniiicucandiv.. ^ A' word' of praise I'd like to give- ' To Templo, and' to others, Who, in our eauso fight bravely otr. Regardless of their troubles. A„ J. L. Balranald';

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Song. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

- ' Sony. Why so palo and wan, -fond lover.?;. 1 Prithee, why :S0 palo? '.' ???? 1 Will, whon looking woll can't movo lier, * ' ? Looking ill prevail ?;; ;.: Prlthco, why so pale 7 ; Why so dull and mute, young sinner ? ^ Prithee, why so mutc?- : Will, when speaking well can't win her, Saying nothing do't? Pritheo, why 80 ni'ulo 1 Quit, quit, for shame ; thiswillinot move j ?This cannot take her, v; I£ of herself she will not lovo, . - Nothing can'mnko hor j Thcd ? 1 tako hor I. The progress which. tlio, United States have mado in tlio last generation, that is since tlie elosc of their groat Civil War, has boon in somo respects unparrallelcd in tho history of tlio world. Some recently pub lished statistics show that ninco tho year 18(15, her population has increased to 09 per cent., her lmy crop 100 per cent., her cot ton crop 19-1 per cent., hor grain crop 250 per cent., and hor production oE pig-iron 380 per cent, A grand Jubiloo idea, says the Court four nat, has been put forward...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Constant Lover. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Tho Constant Lover. ^ Out upon it; I.liavo lov'd Tliroo whole days togothor j . . . And am liko to lovo tliree'moro, ' . ; If it prove fair weather. V Timo shall moult away his wings, - lOro he'shall discover ? . In the wlioio wido world again ? Such a constant lover. ? . But tlio spite on'tis no praiso Is due at all to mo j ^ Love with mo had mado no stays, ? ' Had it any been but sho.-- '.' Hnd it any been butsho, : \ . Aiul.that veryface, . :- . Thoro had been at least ore this . :? . A dozen dozen in hor placo. c 1

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. UR [?]son a [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

ani- .lSitto. Un Ch (hi so 11 -1 lit) ire. Jack aivl I in the bar-loom sit ; Weary and worn, 1 wot, are wc ; For lin;-ein and ' faculties' busy have been From six last night, to this morn nt three, Ami now from a diaught of doubtful grog l'rcsh vigor wo seek to draw, And pledge us the toast — 'tis an ancient toast OE the realm of Bohemia : 'So there? good follow, I drink to thee — r, inhmtcz mei jcvous en fric ! And to nil good fellows, wherever they be. Who have^icver a penny of money.' The barefoot friar who quaffed o£ old His flagon of Malvoisio Was hardly a merrier wight than wa, Though a richer, certainly. . His liquor wns free, but luckless wo On our credit havo to draw — A 11 mighty onsartin' kind of bank In Mic land of Bohemia. What matter if no 'clink oE coin' In our lean purse be hoard It tarries not long at a timo therein, But is lent or spent or shared. And however reckless wo may havo been No friend in distress wo saw But we freely gave Erom our kindred need — 'Tis the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

ftvavcHc.v. Mysterious Persian Wells— in the neighborhood of Shims, upon .1 hill the traveller comes upon some wells which would seem to date back to the Great King, for tho labof involved in their construction certainly points to a dynasty moro magnifi cent in its undertakings for the uiyal ple.1' suio than tho Parthian, Sassanian or the Arab, Near tho top o£ the precipitous hill thero yawns an opening, perfectly rect angular, about eight yards by six, which is tho month of a wnll r-nino alrairht down into tho bowels of the mountain. The shaft is cut in the live rock, the sides aro as per pendicular ns the plumb line can make them, and tho depth somothing'undcr four hundred feet, the bottom nt present being dry. With in fifty yards on tho same hill aro two | other smaller wells; and local tradition as serts that there is underground communica tion between the three. This theory tinda support in tho fact that when a pistol is fired at tho mouth of one ot theso .wells to disturb the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. A HOGUE DETECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

SUetcbcr. A HOG UE DETECTED. I After .1 grand dinner in Aleppo once, given by tho Knglish consul, some of the silver w.iro used at the f tc mysteriously dis appeared. Great consternation prevailed, especially amongst tho servants, for they well knew that suspicion would rest upon them. Kvcn tho policemen — or cavas'ses, as they aro termed in Turkey — who were in tho house during tho feast, did not cscape sus picion. After maturo refleotion upon tho ?mishap, tho consul callcd the most intelli gent .of the cavasses. Ho questioned him. The cavass insisted that he did not steal tho silver, nnd that I10 did not know who did. l?ut the consul was a very good detective, and shrewd in his knowledge of men and things. Ho was also a cool-tempered man. IIo said to the cavas?, — ' There is 110 use to swear. I am not going lo chango my opinion. I havo good rrasons to suspect you to bo the thief, nnd I mean that you shall bring my silver to me within twenty-four hours, else you will be piikln the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

SHIPPING Perinewan, Wright aud Co. report under date S tli iust. The Maggie and barge Tongo passed'down from Hay for Erhuca on 3rd inst., with 1218 bales of wool. Tho Emily Jano and bargo Wyuna pnased I down from for Eclinca on 5th iust., with 1332 bales of wool. Tlio Alert and bargo Maori passed down from Hay on 7th inst., for Echuca, with 900 . kales of wool, Tho Princess and Rivoriua aro now load ing at Hay for Echucn, aud the Invinciblo at Echuca for Hay. Tho Kelpio left Burrawong, Edwards river, on tho 3rd iust. witli 750 bales wool ior Kcouca. Tho Laucasliiro Lass sailed from Hay on the 4th iust. with balea of wool aud will qloar down river Bbeda. The Bantam arrived from Eehuca on Saturday with {general cargo aud sailed for Hay tho following day. The Corriiug aud Bnrwon aro now loading v ool tho former at Hay and tho latter at Moiihiniein. 'iho Wairadgery sailed to night for Eel uca with 450 bales of wool aud will o-' a i' Ynnga aud Canally woolahods. T'to Gnlrisbxouuh is now ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Reformer. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

The lie former. Boforo tho monstrous wrong ho sots him ? 1 down — - ' , 1 : ?;.'Ono man against a stone-walled city of stn.. . Jfor centuries thoso walls havo been abuild .: .- ' .? ' Jng; v ; Smooth porphyry, tlioy slopo aud coldly ?? ? ? ? glass , Tho fiyini; storm nnd wheeling sun. No chink, . No crevice lets the thinnest arrow in. 1 Ho lights alone, and from tho oloudy rani V'v. ':..v, - \V: parts : ? . .. A thousand ovll faces gibo and olieer him. ? ' . Lot liiiu lio down and dio ; .what is the ? .right, ? : Anil whero is justice in a world liko this ? ? But by and bv, earth Blinkes^ herself, iiu ? :'.'.r/.'v - . patient; ? . . v.. / ???- . .. 1. And down, in one great roar of ruin, crash . . . 1 'Watch-tower, nnd citadel, and battlements. ; When tho red dust lr.is o'earcd, tho lonely \ soldier ? . . ' !? - .':Stati()a with strange thoughts ibenoath. the ' - - ' ..Meiiiifyetais, ' ? r; : ^

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 — 9 November 1887

PASTORAL. BalranalcL Riverina liecovtler Oflico, Theaday EVoniiig; f The past week. has. been most unseasonable hut novortheless most sorviceablu in promot ing the growth of summer crass, which, if tlio weather keeps moderately warm should oonio iip Btroug, being well sheltered by tho old dry grass. On Ihursday lust wo had u thundorstorin, accompanied by rain which 'registered 28 points, and on Friday wo had a ropotitiouof thunderstorm oud rain, register ing 163 points, and tliu weather has. been t iporo or losa thundeiy, showery and cold dur ing tho prosoiit week. Tho total fall regis tered ut Balrunuld for tlio wook being 200 points; Silvester's 258 j Paiku, 215; \ ungu 228; Caimlly, 225; at Ojcloy the weather during tho past week has- been boiatorons with heavy thunder und lightening, aud a full of 14 inches of rain; at Wuitcliie, nr. 'Swan- llill sineo 97th October, 251 points. Hoavy. rain is u.1bo reported at Box Crook aud Till lill ami other pluces in tho back country so' that...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

(Boot) Stories TOhon ? Ilalton, ono of the officers ot ChOTlOrtingne's household, wont on an cm . , I) assy lo tlio Byzantine Court, lie was in ? vitcd by the Greek Kinpoi'.ir to dine, n:ul placcd by Iii in ill tlio midst of liis {nobles. Tlioro was ail established law among tlie Greeks tii.it no one nt tlio prince's tabic should turn ovor the body of any animal tliat was served 'P. but tliat tliev should cat. of tlie part tliat was uppermost. Oil this oc casion n fresh-water fish was .brought up, garnished with vaiious sauces, and the am bassador, who knew nothing of tlio customs oE tho country, unfortunately turned the flail over, upon which tho courtiers, filled witl) .indignation, arose, and, addressing the ' emperor, said — 'Do not sm1or yourself, oh, emperor ! to bo treated with disrespect that was never shown to any of your ancestors. Command that this stranger, who has broken your laws * in yoilr very presence, bo instantly put to death.' The emperor answered, turning to Ila...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Melbourne, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTBIO TELEOIiAI'H.] .Melbourne, November 7. Measrs. Dalgotty aud Co. report us follows — Wo held our third sale to-day before a full attendance of buyers, to whom wo submitted a catalogue of over 2500 haleB, competition was very spirited, and wo s»ld 2500 bales at highly satisfactory prices, at 13d for a portion of the clip, being the highes price paid so far. Grcays, good light condition merino up to lOd; medium, to 8£d ; inferior, to 7d. Gi eusy eross-bi ed, to 'I'l ! K'easy merino, prices to Od, and good bulky scoured merino at 10] d. Our Bales up to dato amount to 0200 bales.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Courage. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Courage. Be not discouraged with thy doubt, Osonl 1 Perchance the hand of God it is that ? ? . Thy faith to nobler creeds and bronder^ftist ' Part of thy mnnhood is to doubt, aud/^iftyp,- — 'STvVv And rise to higher things. For coKfcebs ? , \ hang v. 7 \XT \ Ahnnfc the intollpnt n? in fi rnnrf. I * ? I rfi \ But littlo used, nnd we must let thd sun . cd j O I Pour in and conquer mirk and mist. ' 1 i J~rj The creed thy father built, whefein hislsouloQ IP I Did live, and move, find iU joy. ' i j ? May be but small to thee ; then, wr&out _/£?- / ? fear, \0-- _ Build o'er again tho atrium of the 30ul-^._ : So broad that all mankind may feast with thee. ' ( . . Incorrect Quotations-— Those who quote incorrectly may comfort themselves by think ing that tbey are in good Company. Tkero are, ns every careful render knows, numerous quotations in tho New Testament from tho writers of tho Hebrew scriptures in theolf-* They nre made almost altogether from tiw septuagint versions, and not...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

For some time past un uctive agitution huu been ut work amongst our neighbors on the Edwurds and Wukool Rivers to get the route of the mail coaches be | X-nlrmmld- tvilQ ' 'JMOUIIIIIIOIII ' ill tere'cl, aiid this huR now been consoli dated in a petition which hus been numerously signed, und which is to bit forwurded to the Postmaster General in Sydney. The desiteof tho petitioners is to have the coaches altered to go from Moolpu along the Edwurds and Wakool Rivers und thus passing Lie wuh, Burrawang and the elections of the numerous number of selectors on the two rivers and join the Swan Hill mail-track at Spink's Wakool Crossing, thence to Balranald. By this means we would still enjoy the benefit of having six rauils a week from Victoria, thus the uiail would serve its purpose by tapping all the residents on or near tho Edwurds aud Wakool, who have now to be indebted to Liewuh as the centre for the receipt and dispatch of their uiuils. The present mail route from Moolpu serves no r...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Amateur Ballooning. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Amateur Ballooning. j As nearly as could be judged, I waa more * than a milo high, and all sounds from the earth had ceased. There was a death-liko silence which was simply awful. It seemed to my overstrained nerves to forbodc disaster. The ticking of the watch in my pocket sounded like a trip-hammer. I could feel the blood as it shot through the veins of my head and arms. My straw hat. and the wil low car snapped and cracked, being con tracted by the evaporation of the moisture in them, and by the fast-cooling tempera ture. ^ I was compelled to breathe a littlo quicker toan usual, on account of the rarity of the atmosphere. I became Eensible of a loud, monotonous hum in my ears, pitched about on the middle C of the piano, which seemed to bore into my head from each side, meet ing in the centre with a pop ; then for an in stant my head would be clear, when the * same experience would be repeated. By throwing out small pieces of tissue paper, I saw that the balloon was still rapidly ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

LOCAL NEWS. Picnic. —Tho picnic that was going to tako placo oil Friday last, but which lmd to lie postponed on account of the inclcjinont weathor, ia going tu be held on Friday uoxt at the Yauga Lako. Wo hear the lailies, 'as usual, intend to provido tho provisions. \Vo liopo tho day will bo fine so that a good num ber will bo able to avail themselves of the outing. TUB fortnichtly Council mooting which was to liuvo boon hold on Monday lust, lapsed for; waut of a quorum, tho mayor (Aid. Close) and Aid. ;Cruin being the only membets present. Fitiisu toudors are invited by tho I)i purtmo'it. of Public ' Works for | tlio uicutiuu of an ougiuu house aud river suction works in connection with our loiSil water supply. Intending tenderers will find the advertisement in another autumn. Concert — A concort and Dramatic entor tainniont to provido prir.es for [tiiejchildrcn attending our local Convent will bo hold at the Masonic Hall ou Tuesday next. Tho Mayor of Balranald will preside, and w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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