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THE DOCTOR'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

THE DOCTOR'S STORY. 'Yes,' saiil the doctor, between the whiffs as lie lighted his cigar, (bo never smoked cigarettes), ' yes— she — was— a — bcauti — ful woman — my cousin, Edith Harrison ; you knew she was my cousin didn't you? I thought you did. A sweet woman and a plucky one, too I Did ' I ever tell you, Tip, that story about her being in a mutiny at ono of the Southern forts onco ? No 1 Well, it's worth lienring.' ft was at the Cafe du Holder, and tho big handsome doctor was always -charming nnd genial ovor his cigar nnd ' cliassc-cafc.' 1 11 She's a very quiet woman, is Edith, and yuaVI iie-ver thin s'-,e ind so majii spir;t in her. H|ic was plucky in doin^, 1 dun t^know eo much about.lkc cuduring part of it ; some women can no and some can bear, you know, nnd I fancy it takes just aa touch courage for one as for the other. To see her now, with that face o£ placid content, and perhaps with some resignation in it too— for she has liad her chastenings, has Edith' — the doctor wa...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, Stock and Station Agents, VALUERS, Auctioneers ami LjuhI Agents, ISA Ii It A X A Ii I), AOKNTS FOR — Tlio Australasian Mortgage ami Agoncy Co. limited J, C. Walker and Co. Perinowan, Wright ami Co , Limited Victorian Insurance Cunpany Tlio Australian Mutual Provident Sooioty Jiiaby's Nrerandora Pino Timber. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated fry Act of Council, 3853, PAID UP CAI'ITA L-v£fi00,000, with power to increnso to .£1,000,000. ItKSKftVK Kuni»— £?oo,ooa, KI2AD OFFICK: Stdnky. , £ONDON OFFICK: 2 Kiso Wiluam Strsbt, E.0 4% ' '? Itmnchcs throughout Ncw'Sonth WntonmlQuoona* i anef ; Agents in all tlio other Colonics nnd in Great i Urltuin, America, India, China ; and corrcspondont 1 the principal dtfes ot tha world. . . | The Bank discount* hills, grunts awli credits, makes * sdvanccs on approved secmity, negotiates produce Bills nnd documents, Issues drafts or letters of crcdlt Wid negotiates or uollccts bills pajuble at any o She [abovo-nauic...

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

B&l^anald Hbtel (TAT 1'fiftS ALL'S) Mrs-. M. 3. MURPHY BtoiS tii Ahnouiico to her frieilds and tho public, that^sho hA.s now. .taken tlio iVoU-kndwii .Kotel;-- .lir: wllhibB tHily liilillpnre fiivotlftilil^.fritii the leading' ttatVrtpolitaA Hotels in attractiveness anil. ? - tonimuti. ' ' '/ . ? Etey Attention piid'jto Hoarders ' *ild Visitors-. ?? TIV6,larj|ist and - most 'cdmmodimts house ill. town; , ^iVst-class jShiftShigk IMHistrtis. k. j. MURt'liY; - L;.' PiOpriotre'sfl. ? ? ? .... ? ? ? . ... ? _ AMEEY'B ? Oommercial Hotel, M'MAHON BBOTHBRS, rnni'itiK/icons. . MI!SSRSv MvMAHOiY BROS. l.i'K It L : to -notify 10 tlio ? public of Ii»i .l;iuiah! and disirictj' thin tiicy . have Vakmi thrt alrtiVh H'HllfltiVown H'ltnl; ilml Ln|iiV' hy Sivinff. p'v'fir.y , iit.itiii.ioii-, tu faorit a fail- share of '.support. ; . Eviivy ? accommodation^ with holiie ti(il)lf(lV(%-; r ?: ?: ' : ?Siiirtpld ? Booms ? tot- . Commercial 'TriivelieiB. ? Ootid Billiard Tablfe-. First til ASs Stal...

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

BIRTII. Hilt.krmann. — On the 5th inst., at tho Ynnga Hotel, tho wifo of A. G. II. Ililler iimn of a son. %\\z Jiibenim glecarber WEDNESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER.

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

Money Saved is Money Earned ! I r ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— lJ Ah my STORE is now OPENED I linvo pleususo in drawing vonr at tention to tlio STOCK und PRICES. On comparison I um nuro that tlio latter cannot fail to givo goneral satis fuction, uh through my position in Bui limit I am enuliled to buy ut LONDON. PRICES, and being in tlie midst of, tlio Victorian Markets, I Imve exceptional opportunities of buying GOODS at exceedingly LOW PRICES, : ftn llier, us I am at u very slight expenso in the working of ray Bulrnimld busi ness I utn enubled^to^self CHEAPER fthan, any Store in tho district. Customers requiring anything that I have not iu Stock cun rely on my pro curing it und sending it on without dehiy, and us I am on the spot I can select the required Goods, thus tho objectionable uystem of writing for und .taking what people want to get rid of, is overcome. Awaiting your commands. I um, yours faithfully, A. A. WILLIAMS. DR. G. L. L. LAWSON. (L.R.C.P. Edin., M.R.C.S. Eng.) NEWLY appo...

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 XXIV. THE SHADOW FOLLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Iftovefst. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS QF SUFFERING ! ? An AuTODtoaitAPiiY. (Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of , l 1867 by Special Permission.) , CHAPTER XXIV. THE SHADOW. FOLLOWS# ' Ilookod out this morning through my : v coll port upon tho stormy watoi'B.-. It was ? . blowing n perfect hurricane, A tiny boat ? manned by two towors attracted my atton . - lion. Tho boat was trying to mnko liead v . way against tho waul nnd Boa. Bravely ? ? ? ? ; tlio rowers pliod'tho oars, and nobly tho ? - tiny vessol mounted each threatening wavo. But over and anon a stronger blast ?...?j. v. than ordinary would sweep furiously ovot' tho wntors, and backward tho boat would ? bo forced, dcspito tho resoluto oxertions , ? of thoso who manned her. For a full hour '.'I Watched tho struggle, and at last I saw that tho men gnvo up tho contest in des ^ span1, for round wont tho boat, up wont ?? tlio sail, and away sho flow beforo tho con quering gnlo. Tho rowers had contended long and oarnostly, but tha ...

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

The Rabbit Scatt. , ? Recent reports frora Adelaide state, that tl'vo trao rabbit scab hits becu introduced there. Tlia fcUowing .re port upon trto'yyitroductiou:. pf con tagious diseases among rabbits hns been laid upon tlio tablo of tho Legis lative- Council of South Australia : — Professor Watson, after two unsuccess ful attempts to get (lisswsed rabbits | to the colony, succeeded in April Furs in landing two from Gerinuny. Those' soon cominiiiiiciited the disease. I o, other eleiin.rubbits that were pnl in tlie cage witli them during tho cold weuthers.. Since the rabbits urrived tho disease has- taken about three months bilfotu Iho nnimiiT dies, Dwo Proftesor Wutnon desires lo-continso tho experimeiits he is now'oonductipg; wrf1)! it view-to test! the.ell'ect of hot wonthor npSu thei!din ease. Ho thinks it mny thon run !its course -much faster than daring the winter. One hundred and fifty 'rab bits have snoeinnbed to the diseuse,' This liits been through pTucing elean hibbits in...

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

ipOCtlV). Sunrise. Up rose tho sun upon a still groy morn, Anil down tlie dim lands rolled . - ITis serried rajB upon tlio ripc'nintj corn — Bed gold upon tlio gold. Bright-faced was lie, ns victor in tlio brcacli Of a proud city won, Who waves, liea'd-high, nbovo tlio foeman's reach, A golden gong.ilon. Tho pale moon, looking at that wondrous light, ? . As on tho light of grace, A dying saint goes down into tho night ? With glory on hor face. So when tha last sad hour has corno for mo, ? i Brc tho dim pnthjie trod, , , ? Mny I, whileJdarknQss gathers round mo, see The glory of my God. 'j,';- — Victor J. Daley.

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

Notes Now and Then. (By J.M.- That the buck blocks are advancing towards u higher class of civilization, there cunnot be the slightest doubt re maining iu the minds of those who wit nessed the grand display of vocal talent which assembled in the Mallett Downs woolshcd, on the 22ud tilt., under the auspices of the geniul proprietor (Mr. M'lutyre) who fulfilled the duul position of stuge-nianuger und accompauyist to the thorough satiBfuction of overyene — himself included of course — As the affair was held in aid of a local charity, 'twould be unfuirtocriticise it in the free and impartial manner that would other wise have been the case. The first part of the proceedings was the orthodox christy minstrel affair of songs und dia logues, iu which Mr, Darcy, as centre man fulfilled his position satisfactorily. The son g ' Close the shutters, Willie's dead' sung by the company, and bring ing in the ghost of Hamlet's father, wrapped in a wool-bale in lieu of u coat of mail succeeded in fri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Chat About Irrigation. AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. GEORGE CHAFFEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

A Chat About Irrigation. AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. GEORGE CHAFFEY. Mr, J! B. Donkin, late of the Nevr-. South Wales Water Commission, had an interview at Melbourne with Messrs. George and W. B. Chaffey, the celebrated irrigationists, who have re cently commenced operations at Mil- ~ 1 dura. The first place where the Messrs. Chaffey carried on irrigation works was Riverside, in California, and next at Etiwanda, 16 miles from Riverside, and at Ontario, eight miles miles from Etiwanda, simultaneously. At Ontario their operations extended' over an area of 1 1,300 acres, this being by far the largest undertaking of the three. They began to lay out. the settlement at Ontario in 1883, the size of each allotment, except the small business allotments, being 10a. The population flowed in rapidly, and there are now 1500 people there. The crop they raise consists entirely of fruits. The largest holding is 40a., and all the occupiers are holders in fee simple. By means of irrigation, the Messrs. Cha...

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

The Cup Day. The great racing carnival in now over and a short description of it will not be amiBS : — . No'veuibor 1, 1887, brought us just the usual Cup day, only perhups a little bettor — sky clear und soft, grass green, fiowers bright, and a hundred thousaud piosperous people bent on a day of en joyment at the sport which has become national with them, which they have taken as their own and made the best of, as nobody with any competent knowledge can deny. Tho gathering must from early 'morning being. Heaven only knows at what hour those caterers and cooks and vaiious attend ants set forth, but by 11 o'clock, two hours before any racing is promised, they all are btiBy, and those who will tax all ther onergies by and bye are as sembling in crowds. The quaint and grotesquely dressed bookmakers are setting up their stands, and a few are already bawling for clients; the swing boats and merry-go-rounds aro ready ; the commission-taking sweep promoters are busy, working'desporutely ha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

TELEmAIUS. Sydney, November 8. j The Premier is to be banquetted at Newcastle on Monday night. Anothor span of the Hawkesbury River railway bridge was approved in Sydney yesterday. Con. Dwyer, the cyclist i8 lying ill und destitute in Melbourne. The New South Wules securities nre improving, and the leading financiers of England are of opinion that if the Go vernment do not Boat a loan this year, the 3i per cent, will advance to par, being the highest rate securities this colony have yet attained. London, November 7. Lord Salisbury has been requested to ask Prince Bismurk to explain the ac tion of Germany with regard to Samoa. In future the P. & O. steamers will cull at Naples fortnightly on the out ward trip. Russia is massing troups on the Austrian frontier. The Czar visits Berlin this month. Germany is rearming her troops with new repeating rilles, H.M S. Tartar is to be placed on tho Australian stution. The health of tha Crown Prince of Germany is causing greut unxiety. S...

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

, _;NlS\V_S,QOTji®ALIS' AND FRBEKAN.'s;ORla. I rs'AL CkloiuujYNK. — It may be safely assort od tliat the world is dostinod to hear a grea deal moro of New Smith Wales ntiuing on iorpriso, possessing as sho dobs all the most important known . metals and minerals in groat abuiidancu, Mr. Freeman, tho Iuvout or of tha Original aud only Goii iino Clitnro dym*, lias in doforouec to tho wishes of his patrons aud customers in Now South Wales inado Bitch arrangements, that colonista aud new arrivala may obtain hia Chlorodyno, with the greatest facility in all parts of this important and rapidly growing coh.ny. For Colds, Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma and Con sumption it hns no rival. — Sold evorywhoro throughout tho Colouios. Iuaist upon hnv ng ' Freeman's' ouly. Rejoct substitutest as they are worthless. Trade Mark, an oloph ant.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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miscellancous. Silent Sorrow. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

flDiscellnnecus. Silent Sorrow. If she unclosed her lips and made her moan, She would not bo so weary with her woe — A burden shared is lightened : even so The weight is heavier that wo bear alone, An anguif-li pent within turns hearts lo stone. The fellowship of sorrow lo forego, To suffer and be silent, is to know The blackest blossom from tJic black root grown. And yet great joy3 and greatest woes are dumb. Small is tho sum that reckoning can com pute— The shallows babble, but tho depths are mute — The great mid sea our measure may not plunU) ; King Lovb, King I'ain, King Death, in silence come, And, meeting them, wo Bilcntly salute. Opprobrious Epithets- — Strikes bring out Mie technical slang of tho trades,- anil pai tiuularly the opprobrious epithets by which the different classes o£ worknicn distinguish tho unskilled men who labor at tho samo trades. In most cases it will be found thnt these slang terms originate, in somo techni cality of the trade. Thus tlio telegraphers cal...

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

Balranald Racing Olub. A committee meeting of the- above club was held on Monday night at Tat tersaU'8 j present : Messrs. YV. O. Close in the chair, Messrs. Lobsey, Malcolm, Murray, Flyun, Richardson, (lion, treas urer) and Beaty (lion, secretary). Tho minutes of the last committee meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Beaty having accepted the sec retaryship thus becomes a member of the committee ex-ollicio, it became therefore necessary to elect an additional member. As Mr. E. G. Henderson polled 8 votes at the last election, it was resolved on the motion of Mr. Richard sou, seconded by Mr. Lobsey, that Mr. ? Henderson', be asked to allow himself to be nominated for the position. The following gentlemen were next appointed ..to act us olhcers on the I course : Judge, Mr. W. J. Mein; star | t hi*,' Mr. O. J. Silvester ; Clerk cfSclca Measi's W. O. Close aud J. H. Mor plieLt ; clerk of course, Mr. Thomas Turner. . It was further decided to have the scales iu future enclosed. As the ...

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

aiaincs' Column, I The Fashions.— ' Godey's Lady's Book' gives a description of the latest Paris novelty — jersey costumes : Nothing can bo moi'c elegant than a toilet o£ maroon jeisey silk over a skirt of tho same niateiial, flie tint gray opening over a narrow vest. It has but one fault, and that wo all deplore, namely, its cost, which is excessive, for a jersey siilc is as expensive as it is beautiful. Possibly imitation in fine jersey cloth will countcrae't this drawback and produce an equally -good effect. We shall al«o have this sunnror ln.t- in silk jcisey. The hat or capote come-) prepared so that it is only necessary to ptsj the indispensable feathers, flowos or libbons ; a slate of things delightful to the mother of a family, era young girl anxious to econo mize lie; allowance and at the same time furnish proof of her, skill and good taste. Long wraps aro out of fashion, jackets being the correct thing for out-door wear.. Fawn color i3 a favorite for jersey jackets, with t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miss M'Colough's School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Miss M'Oolough's School Picnic Lust Thursday afternoon a most en joyable pionio was held under the aus pices of Miss ftl'Colough, nnd included, besides tho ohildron attending her own school, representatives from the other sohools and numerous friends of the teacher us well as the children. The picmo was held on tlie other side ot tlie bridgo,' and buggies und wiiggouottes were put into requisition to convey the visitors to and from the ground. Miss M'Colough was indefatigable iu her ox ertious to keep hor visitors amused, and succeeded admirably in her efforts. Tho commissariat department left nothing to desire, both as regarded quality und quantity, and was ably presided over by several lady-friends of tlio hostess who hud plenty of work to supply tho wunts of so many. Tho games ui-ual to these festive gatherings were freely indulged 111 to tlio evident su'isfuction of young and old alike. In u game of ' rouuders' which requires running round it circle formed by tho players, great ...

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

MR THOMAS ROBERTSON' of Hny, Solicitor, will ...attend [the C 'urt of Qunrter Sessions and District Court, at Bnlrnmild, on ihe 15th No vember next. L-'t.(ers may hn m '1 - dressed to the enro of Mr. T. H. Boyn . ..I ton, Beehive Store, Biilraiuild. ! Kot'ee to S-iscont,iniic Holi day on Friday Afternoons. IT is not my intention to Close any of my Premises on Friday - f Afternoons, from this date. T. H. BOYNTON. Notice. ? ' '. ANY Person found ENTERING on . Piiika Run without first .'having' i given proper notice at the Homo Stn : . tiun, will be PROSECUTED. Notice -1 by post is not logul notice, and will not . I be accepted. / v:;[ P. MACPHBRSON. r:n \ .. Notice. ?? - NOTICE is hereby siven tlmt. the ? Bnmd nn our BoTTMsS, ' R. nnd ? 'v! L. STMMONDS,' being registered, ,| nnvono tiRiirg or imitating tlie same ? .?! will be prosecuted. i MR. P. C. BURKE, PIANO FORT B TUNER, -for; many years advertised Travelling A«ent .1 in New South Wales nnd Victoria, for | ' Nicholson -fc Company...

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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Ifoumor. Hard to Loso After AH-—' Seventeen ^ bun Ircd lost umbrellas,' f-aid a biliouslook ing man in a hotel reading-rodm, ns ho held in bis hand a paper containing an a« count o£ a railway sale of articles left in the cars. ?' ' And yet it isn't always an easy matter to lose r.n umbrella. -~T'.vo weeks ago I started from Hiveriiui. On my way to the railway ? station I stopped lis say good-bye to a friend, - . ami a shower came np. ? Take this old um bii ll.i,' ho said, 'and throw it away when - you get to tho station.' ' 1 purposely left tho umbrella in the , ., waiting-room, but just ns tho train was drawing away from the platform-the ticket - - clerk came running after it arid poked llio umbrolla at liic through nn open window. I put out my head to thank him for his trouble, and my plug hat foil off and dis appeared under tha car-wheels. 'Going out of tho train in Melbourne 1 - wns hailed by a brakeman with 1 Hi, there, . you've left your umbrolla.' I took tlio um-. -. ? brellh...

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Lake Boga October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Lake Boga, I (mow otm own coitnKsroxnKNT,) October 27, Tlie annn'il leit meeting nnd emmi'i't. of tlie. S«un IliiM'riishytpriiin Clmrch look j)hico ypslprdny evcniuK. (Wi'iliiesday) anil' was in every ves|-ei:t a decideit and tittptitiilll'd sue Sex*. Tlio thy beiivjj tfliit) could' be d-ssinul-, tlie attendiince of vikiiors from tho oouniry districts ml jiiiiiiiig tlie town wiis very hir«e. The ehiiroh wliicli is iilinnt. 50 x 20 feet wiis Vieiiutifufly decorated with evor-greens . mul flowers of eviry descripfioii, and' Wiisf' tiirmmflir fo fls ut-most capacity.' 3J!ib orit firing which w«» being provided by- the' local ludios, wns very artroticiilly arranged f ciken' oir which wero en . giwed' various eoinic plirases weve served- in- profusion,. nnd tended greatly t'o eiiliinice the pl'eiisiirns of the evening. Several relnya were nerved in quick suc ee.siiony and' if '''C niny jyd'ite from the wiiy in- which I lie goud' l-hinas disn]i ? peiired, tlio snccesH of tl'ur local ladie...

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