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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Holloway's Pillk — Wn'li tlio darken- , ing days and changing temperatures jtlio digestiou- becomes; impaired; tlie' liver d isortlbrfitl;, nnd fclio innuVdeBpon' 'dent unless tlioc/wiso of tho irregularity bo cxpoMed from tlio Blood find: body by. an nlterativo' lilcs theso- Pills;. llliey go directly to tlie source' oftl'io- evil,, .tdmisfc-out all impurities from tho cir culation; redlioo distempered: organs to. tlieip natunirstlitia,MWicti oorreot' allVdef eotive- aridi contaminated secretions. Such easy; moans' of instituting . honltlij. strength,, nnd cheerfulness- sliould be in tlie- possession: of all' whose stomachs aro weak,, where' minds- are' mucli harassed,. whose Trains aro , overworked, Holloway'mis essentially. a' blood temp ering innclloino, whereby its influonco, . reaching ? tjjo- remotest' fibres of the frame, effects: iv universal good.. | . Advertising O&eats I ! i:' j ' It has become so common to begin- on* article, iu mi olegaut, intsrostiuu stylo, } ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. FRIDAY—NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 November 1887

Balranald Police Oourt. Friday — November 4. George Booth summoned Mrs. Matlie son, licensee of the Carriers Arms Ho tel, for using insulting language to him. Defendant, wus fined 5s, 'the smullest amount the Magistrate could inflict, as he considered Bhe had received n great deal of provocation. Saturday, November 5. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq. P.M.) Thos. M'Gee was charged with big amy. He had been married on the 27th March, 1882, in Wilcannia, and had now on the 10th of September of the present year married one Charlotte Smith, his first wife being alive at the time. Constable Donald deposed to arrest ing the prisoner on Yanga run, and the Rev. T. T. Harvey to performing the second marriage ceremony. Prisoner in defence, stated that he   had letters from his first wife, saying that she would not trouble him again, and that in consequence he considered himself a free man. He was in gaol at the time he received these letters. Charlotte Smith sworn, stated that she was ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Moulamein. (prow a. conitBaPoKDEMTf) I5uring one of the heavy thunder- 1 fitormB whioh took place on Tuesday tiight last, Mr. Arthur Swanrick, the well. known and courteous driver of Cobb & Co., had a narrow escape of 'lieing fitrnok by lightning, the offside ?grey leader being struck dead while 'travelling through the Burrattu Run, C Mr. David Sunna, of iIih Sportsman's Anns H'Hel. wmm the snco'ssful bidder for the local punt. 011 the 7t.li inst., tbe. .price lipiiia £113 for the coniina year, 'Under his nl-W inanagementi no.douht . lie will b'v'atiiply recouped for his ont luy, and, with his welMtnown hotel now irenoviited, be deserves patronage for ' his ente- prise. Mr. William MaoVnan, of Mooloo* .moon, while en route for Melluntrne in charge of fat sheep, met with nn ' 'pb'ii8iiit experiences caused by the bad '? wciti Iwr, his sheep while on the camp ion Murgha run on Tuesduy, becoming ^frightened by the Tlmnder and llght ? itiing, swain tho Barratta Creek and became ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Wr ANTED u Smnn Young Per.-oh, us Housemaid nnd assist ih tin Bur: Wiihin thrBa Weeks : reference. — Address — T. Lane, Royal Mail Hot.pl, Hatfield, Lasoelles & Anderson* s Patent Itubblt Poisoning Machine. THE Patentees, I!. EL LnscelleR, of Lake Corning and Andrew Ander son, of Tottingtou and Wuitdhie, have proved from practical exprrienco tlmt in extensive tracts of country) such iib Ih now being infested iu New South Wales and South Australia! ' ; PhoBphorised wlip»t laid with tha above machine is the only payable way to put down Rabbits, Bv tho use of two luudhines two men can lay us much poison, und to greater advantage than twelve men tinder the old aystenii ' ; Tim Machine lit attached to ft spring cart, unities a flirrow in which the poisoned; grain is laid, the ^quantity to * be sown, being regulated l-)' the driver. The] Paten toes cliiittt, that ttiey urB theflrst to adopt a plan of distributing poisoned grain in u Wanner that atr tructs the Rabbits, even wlnua f...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

bui nor ? How to Conduct a Courtship - iMn'i be too sudden about it. Many a girl hns ? said 'no' when she meant 'yes' simply ' because her lover didn't chose the right timo - ? and nop the question gently. Take a dark night for It. nave the blindi closed, the curtains down, and tho lamp ; turned most on. Sit near enough to her so -4; that you can book your littlo finger into \ hers. . \ Wait until conversation begins to flng, nnd ? . { then quietly remark — - i ' Susie, I want t® ask you something. -. . She will fidget nround a little, nnd re ply— ' Yes.' After n pnuse, you can ndd — ' Susie, my actions must havo shown — that is, you must linvo seen— I racnn you must bo aware that — ' Pauso here for a whilo, but keep yom little finger firmly locked. She may cough « and try to turn tho subject off by asking bow ' you liked the sermon, but she only docs it tc - encourage you. After a pause you can con tinue— 'I was thinking as I was coming up the street to night, that before I went aw...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. C. B. to C. T. H. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

fllMocellnneoito. c. n. to c. t. jr. Well, well, old boy, so you now too Have tired of bnchclor living. And settled down to mnrricd life. I own I've some misgiving, When all nround I look, and seo My friends are nil bo doing, And think it's almost timo for me To also go n-wooing. Well, Charlie, boy, I wish you joy ? You prove yourself elear-hended. A mnn is only half n man, Until tho day lie's wedded. And though I can't be present there In flesh, in spirit ccrtain I'll be right near tho ' happy pair,' As though behind a curtain. Train Stopped by Fish — ' Did yon ever henr of n train being stopped by fish ?' in quired nn employee of tho Michigan Central. ' I dare say you never did. Well, we bad an experience of that kind on our road re cently. Our east-bound passenger train was actually -stopped and detained moro than two hours by fish. The engineer pulled up at a water tnnk in Michigan City to get tho usual supply of wnter for tho boiler. But when tho fircmnn pulled the rope no wate...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

RECIPES. Spinach- — Tho Now York Evening Post tells how thoy cook splnnch In Franco: — After being wnslied in several wntcrs nnd carefully looked over, put n quarter of a slove to n gnllon of wnter nnd three ounces oEsnlt ; bQll for ton minutes till tender, drnin on sieve, press a little with tho hands lo extract part oE the water ; chop it fine, put it in n stewpan with a qunvter oE a pound oE butter, n tcaspoonful oE salt, half n tenspoonful o£ pepper place over tho fire for a few miuutes, adding a few drops of hot broth with gravy; proceed as above with the addition of a table spoonful oMlour and half a pint of strong gravy ; ngnin proceed ns nbovo, nnd ndding half n pint o£ crenm instead o£ gravy, also n tablcspoonful of sugar ; lay threo or four Blices of bread on the dish, sift tho Bjigar over, put it in tho oven, salamander it over, cut in various shapes, and servo under nnd over tho spinach ; n littlo vnticty mny bo mado by surrounding tho vogotable with small diamonds of br...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
To Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

To Correspondents It is always gratifying to ua to receivo communications from all Earts of tho district aud wo shall bo appy to give every facility for pub lishing tho same. We hope to ex tend these publications more aud mora, and invito contricutious. In forwarding commnuications Correspondents will remember that it is only necessary to put a penny stamp on the M.S. under 4 oz. weight if thojjeavclope is loft open at both ends.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

SLafcics Column. ' I Fov illC Bnbios. — -V few years ngo I des crib, d tho loin; ll innel wrappi r, ivhich was the best thin.; for babies that I knew of then. But now I think 1 like better than that the waist nnd skirt I used for my lii^t baby ; I had no patterns, but tho same style is in use more or less in different parts of t he country. The waist is made plain, rather high in the ncck, with long sleeves. My baby was a May-flower, nnd needed nn outfit for Bum mer, so lie hnd waists of thin silk-wrap flannel, though his skirts wcro nil wool. A waist twenty-two inches round tlie bottom whon made, fivo nnd ono lialE inches long under the arms, with sleeves seven inches long, and seven inches around nt the arm | holo, will do for a child of average growth until ho needs short clothes. It buttons be hind with four flnt pcnrl shirt buttons, nnd the woolen skirt buttons to this waist by eight flat buttons. Tho child is prettily dressed when it has on this white flannel suit, nnd on many...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Melbourne Wool Keport. [HT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Melbourne, Novmnbar 14. Dalgctty fc Co report aa follows ; — Wo catalogued 1750 bales at onr wool salo to-day conaiatin goliicfly of medium ana and lowor descriptions, only a fow snporior clips being offered. Buyers woro iu full attendance and competition briakly, up to tho level of Inst weelia prices though soino tinies an irregularity was noticeable e» paociaily for medium woolo. Superior greoiy realised lOJd. to to 12d. medium, to gooil| 7Jld. to 0Jd.t idfeiior 5Jd. to 6Jd. in all we ctlod 1400 bales making a total to date of 7,700 bales.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Bops' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

O'Mumn. i The Robin In Ohnvc'n. -Si was i bet.. re Olni-tuias ill i;ii.;kui.i, nil I mow w.\ ?. falling. Tiny did nut mind it in lunpy homes, where lamps we id lighted and lires burned cheerily, and tables were npread for tea. Hut a little lubin, cold and hungry, hopped about wearily, seeking shelter and food. Our robins fly away eouth before snow comes, but this was across tbe sea, where the robins stav all the vear. The little bird often lighted on window sills, -md tapped with his beak, but was very seldom heard. Once, two little girls looked out of tho window and saw him ; but it was so cold that they quickly ran to the warm (ire, nnd birdie flow away. After n while an old mnn came nlong in the path that led up to the village church. Hobin hopped behind bin), nnd* when ho opened the door bridle was close by nnd went in, without being noticed. Oh, how warm and comfortable tho church wns I The Sunday-school children Had been there with their teachers trimming the cluirch with holl...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Absenoe'op Jurors. — At tho Court of Quarter Seaaions hold hero ycetorday two Jnrors viz j John Campbell and A. E. Hart, woro each fined 40s. for non-attendance, this ought to act na a warning to Jurymen absenting thomsclves wheu summonod to attend. Rabbit Poisoning Machino. — This machine whiob has boon patontod by Messrs. Lasc elles and Anderson is at preaent on exhibit ion in Balranald, a trial of it will bo hold this morning vrlion all tho pastoraliats now in town will havo an opportunity of seeing it working. The machine cau be (ixed to the tail end of any ordinary cart, and is worked by nn iron wheel on tho wheel of tho cart; by means of pulloys and an oudlcBS chain, the shaft i»Vnado to rovolvo and thereby scatter tho poiaoned grain in tho Hopper, thia being connected with an india rubber tubo extending to n. little abovo the ground, where tha grain falls into a small furrow niado by a Bcarifier. The 8caiifior is iiniuh ed with a sliding weight, which the driver of tlio cart ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

TEravellcy. Transylvania Marriage Customs — When the young couple go lo church theday nfter the wedding, they nre met at the church door by a group of masked figures who sur round them, singing and hooting, nnd play fully endeavor to separate the young mntron from her husband. If thoy succeed *in so doing, then he must win her back in a hand to hand fight ivith his adversaries, or else he must give n piccc of money as a ransom. In ( general it is considered a bad omen for tho married lifo of the young couple if tho wife be. separated from her husband on this occasion ; therefore, it is customary for tho young husband to take his stand close by tlio church door while his wife is praying within and then be ready to catoh her as soon as sho steps outside. For greater precaution, the man often holds her around the waist with both hands during the dance which im mediately takes placo before the church, and at which thoy assist merely ns spectators, taking no activc part, as it is not con...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 15 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

TELEGRAMS. Sydkey, November 15 At tho Cabinet meeting yesterday the Government 'considered the esti mates and thair railway policy which includes proposed North Coast raihvuy, Loop line, St. Peters to Liverpool, and railway to Corowa, proposed by tho late Government. In the will case of Smith v. Nemey, tho court declared that Nemey was of unsound mind when making the will, and was adjudged to have died intes tate. Tho intercolonial cricket match ngainst Victoria iB to be played in Syd ney on January 26th and following days. The English'mails, per Carthago will be dolive ed in Sydney on Monday. Tho Full Court yesterday upheld the appeal made by Mr. Proetor against a verdict for £600 penalty , obtained by David Proudfoot for an an alleged vio lation of constitution by Proctor, while he was a member of Parliament. A rich deposit of streum tin has been discovered near Orange. Later. Mr.FDalley still'continaos in a pre carious stato of health, ho is now unab'e to walk beyond the bounds o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Sl?cccbcr. Tho Important Ceremony. — After a loni; experience (said the minister) I have de cided that on their wedding day the Adims and Kvcs are all just, alike, and one method of treatment serves for both rich and poor. The bride is invariably nervous when the time arrives for the necessary signing and formality. Tlie most nlileumatic woman I have ever seen tiembles whon what I call 'making tho declaration' is commenced. 'Now, Miss Smith,' 1 begin, ' what is your father's name?' She nlwnys says, 'Mr. Smith.' Nino women out of every teu think initials unnecessary. When X ask her tlie mother's name sho generally sheds a tear. I am at a loss to know why. Tho mere men tion of a mother's namo is not particularly pathctic, though perhaps it might be on the eve o£ marriage. I always crack a little jolo when I ask the bride her age. ' How old nro you, Mir;) Smith ? ' I nav. ' I know you think it very rude o£ me to ask, but you needn'tbe afraid of your minister, your doctor, or your lawye...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Court of Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Court of Quarter Sessions. The first Court of Quarter Sessions was opened yesterday by Judgo Back house. Nearly nil the Justices of the Peaco of the district were accomodated with seats on the Bench. A number of ladies had spuce allotted to them on ono aide of the Bnnoh, and the body of the Court was crowded with spectators. His Honour took his seat nt about 10.30. Mr. Merewether, Q C., prose cuted for the Crown, and Mr. Thus. Robertson, solicitor from Hay, defended several of the prisoners. In opening the pioccodings, His Honour said : I wish to congratulate tho inhabitants of Balranald upon this the first holding, of a Court of Quarter Sessions nnd a District Court. This has been a long felt want whic'1 is now relieved. Formerly, pris oners had alwuys to be sent to Denili quin, and you must find it a grout con venience to have now all cases tried so near home. With regard to the gentle men of the jury : as some of them may never have served in that capacity before, I wish to point...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

(Boo'i- Stories. Working tho She;.. Uamc. — ' The sirells is n nri.ni fjiunc, 11 is played generally with throe half shells of English walnuts nnd a little gum ball about as big as a pea. Tlio ball is male ot r.lutl used in printing press rollers. I throw out the shells on tha table, l'lnce one of them over the ball ami move them all about. Whore ia the ball? ? liet anybody he can't find it. Well, some follow is sure he has followed mo ia my movements. He has Been me put a certain Bbell over the ball. 1 took good care that lie noticed it. Th.'.t was the bait, lie bets me £10, £20 that he can pick the shell over tlio ball. 1 bet. He picks up the shells that lm had kept his eye on. Well, tho ball is not ~ .. there. It is under another shell. I win. . . Now that's ns easy ns prcachin'. As 1 move the shell about I manage to press my finger ' against the ball, which sticks to the finger, and X quietly place it under another shell. .! So you sec Mr. Smarty was sold again. The : shells bri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

' .. , . - — MALCOLM & BEATY, Stock and Station Agents,, valuers, Auctioneers and Land Agents, BALKAN ALDr AGFNT8 FOR — The An&tralanian Mortgago and Agoncy Co. Limited J. C Walker and Ob. Permewan, Wright and Co , Limited Victorian Insnranco Company Tb$ AnBtraHan MatnnT Provident Society jRipby's Narandcra Pino Timber. ' LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY '» r- _ Are prepared^ to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the ' Crewn Lauds Act of 1884, Alii j-,nn through tho 3LA.1STD OFFICE, Also appears. at tha Local Land Court, And attend tri any LAND BUSINESS' Entrusted to them Tiill information und particulars on ' JLnnd Scatters' to lib had front MALCOLM ii BEATY, Bulrunttld. . Division of Runs. NOTICE. M' ALCOLM & BEATY are pre pared to execute Maps and Tracings of Laud; also Plans, Specifications, ctc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated by Aot of Council, 18&3. PAID UP CAPITA L— jff500,000, ?with power to increase to 41,000,000. Rmbhyr Fund — £20...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

tar Balranald Hotel r. . (TATTERSALL'S) Ijjft ? Mt-q. m. J. MURPHY EKGS to announce to her friends and ths public, that she has now taken the . above well-known Hotel. It will be her ? endeavour to conduct the bunmuss so that . it may compare favourably with the leading Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveuoss alia : comfort. Every attention paid to Boarders and Visitors. Tho largest aud most commodious house ? is town. '.^iucs, §eev3, & of tlw : gfjsit gramls always itt J-ioth. First-class Stabliug. Billiards. , ' mTj. murphy, ' ' ' Proprietress. J;~~ AMERY'S Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, ? ? . - Proprietors. Messrs. m«mahon bros. i-eg to notify to the pulilio of Bal ' ruiiuld u'nd district, tlua they have ' taken tho above well-known Hotel, and libpe by giving overy attention, to . worit a fuir sliui-e of support. Every accommodation, with home ?comforts. Situipla Rooms for Commercial 'Travellers. Good Billiard Table. First class ' Stabling Accmimoriatinn. Best Brands a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. - o*~ Recorder Officc, Tuesday Kvoning. Towards the lnttor end of Inst- week the weather wae», if anything cold, and rather exceptional for the middle of Ko\cmher when we are generally gi ttiu^ it very hot from above. The lust two or] three 'daya have, however, been much warmorund pro mise to continno so, Malcolm and Heaty report tho following Stock Movements — Crossed at Malranald oil 11th inst, 400 head cattlo from Mr. Sprag'a QncenHlnml Htntion for Yanga station, A. Spniggs in charge ; on 15th inst, 2,000 fat wethers, the property of Mr. D. Chryutul, for Victorian .markets, ^John Byrue in charge on the 11th in&t a small mob of horses for Swan Hill, A S. Anderson in charge 'r wiil cross to-day from Kilfeiu station ; 400 sheep JTor Yanga. 'At Qxley on 7th inst. 2,800 fat 8hccp crosscd from Oxley station for. Glen Dee. the property of Humphrey 'Davy, also srtmo date 3,600 ewes and lambs from Merry top, tho property of J. Farrell, travelling to hia summer...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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