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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

BIRTFI. Wilkinson — On tho 10th inst., at Tooloy buo. tho wife of C. F. 'Wilkinson of a'oon. ,Still born. Wc gliUcnna Ijleccrriier WEDNESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Influence of Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa on Digestion. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Tlie Influence of Tea , Coffee, and Cococv on Digestion . j Dr. James W. Fraser, in a recent number of the Journal of Anatomy and Physiology t bas recorded tbe results of an interesting series of experiments on tlie action uf our crayon beverages on stomachic and intestinal diges tion. The experiments have been most care fully arranged from a physical standpoint, and give us some valuable Lints on tbe diges tion of the chief alimentary principles, bat they have no bearing, it should be mentioned, on individual variations of human digestion, or on the influence of the various glands in preparing the gastric or intestinal juices. They are, however, of much value in showing bow standard preparations of the peptic and pancreatic ferments arc modified in action when our ordinary daily beverages are allowed their free action on the digestion of various articles of food. The digestive processes were carefully investigated, and absorption waa imitated by a proper dialyzing arrangement. An a...

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

MIClil.Y Fl.\ S'S 111 in. The warm south wind had coaxed Tinds ley'fl woods into putti*\g on their new fpring suit. Brown robins tri ^ j»ed briskly through the springing green place., in Stumpy F^.d. Mickey I' inn'n tame cow sat 0^ the fener: nd kept n. watch u! eye *n the circling hawk, who had felonious designs on Mrs. Doolan's bantams. A venturesome frcg came out of the mud 011 the margin of Brown's pond and tried to sing a solo; surprised at '.he dismal croak that came from his throat, 10 concluded lh.lt hp trio nnt fit t/wT f,. lolo singing, and went ''hack into the mud to wait until the chorus began work in Jane. Mickey Finn had grown rapidly dnring tie winter. He was broader shouldered nnd deeper chested, nnd he began to put away childish things. A preception of the con ventions of society was beginning to dawn onhira. He began to nsk himself whether there was any virtue in a paper collar. But thai there would be too manifest an incon gruity between a paper collar and a red f...

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

IPoetiw The Wind on, the Hill. -? Oil, sweet ifi the summer nir t Which steals down tho chestnut walk, When children nro playing there, r .. ? -? ?Whilo lovers wander nwl talk. ?? But the wind on tho hill tor me, . » . . . Aud the mist across the down, * And tho bright light over the nen. And ships coming home lo the town I ' Oh ! merry tho sunny strand Whero waves wash in at one's feet, ^ And tho wives and children stand And wait for the fishing fleet. But tho wind 011 the hill for me, - And the mist across the down, And tho strong light over tho sea, , And ships coming home to the town I Oli 1 stately the castle tower, , 'Micyts cedars dark and still, ? Where ghosts come back at midnight hour And tho mid-day sun falls chill. But tho wind on tho hill for me, And the mist across tho down, - And tho golden light over tho sea, v : And the Bhips coming homo to tho town 1 . And solemn the gray church spire ' (I see it, looking down 1) ?\ With its weather-vane tipped with fire, As tho su...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mount Darnock. November 7. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Mount Darnock. (from a correspondent.) November, 7. Having hnd occasion to visit the hills' culled Mt. Durnock, I thought I wouldn - have a look round to see how mucfy- truth there was in tha report with re gard, to the gold- which wub supposed to: have been discovered there, I saddled ' hmniMbirinff niv leimiri' limn mid liaii n rid' round, nil thnt I c«nld find Wa* a canpl-» of old fit f'S whiob bail l-enn sunk, but. rmild find no trace of tbe pn-oioim met-il about tlieni. the only thine that t could find in ihe way of qnni-t* was h dirty brown iio'istoni', which dnpR noi bear ihe Hlishtrw indica tion of 'old. Tn fact the neareat aiiprach to cold that T could hop are the rabbits, which nra to be aeen in thousands ; Dome mnn making aa much aa £2 per tlav 't 2d. per akin. Shearing operations are completely finished out in this far bnck to ihe sail -?- faction of emp'oyet-R and eniplovceR, niost. of the sheds out this way have been worked undor union rules and seemed to have worked f...

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

THE WALLED-IK ROOM. I opened my eyes and looked around me. A man was leaning over my bed ; near the man ' stood a woman with a bonnet with great while wings on the sides, holding in her hand ainoist compress. The room was plain and neat, with clcan white walls. On a table, covered with a great napkin of yellow linen, I noted a number of strange objects — rows of little vials, and a brown earthen jar filled with bits of ice. Through the muslin curtains, which bellied out from the window in the balmy air, I could see a patch of blue sky and the tops of green trees bending lightly in tho breeze. Where was I ! It seemed like a long dream that I had had; my. head felt empty, my limbs ached, and I could not think. ' The man gently lifted my head, and gave me a few drops of Borne liquid, which I swallowed with avidity. 'Well, Mr. Furniss,' said he, 'how do you feel 1' ' Eh, what f' I cried. ' Where am I?' ' You are in my house, my dear sir, and we shall take good care of you. Now,' he adde...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued) UNAVAILING ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

IFloveUst. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING An ArTOBioaitArnr, Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of - - 186? by special, permission') ????.??? CHAPTER XXV.-r Continued) . . UWAVAIIXNa ESCArE8. , ? Aftor a week's remand I was fully com / . mitted for trial for horso-stoaling. To ' , Melbourne Gaol I was thou taken. It , . ? was Saturday afternoon when I arrived, - and thus I was locked up until Monday V morning in my coll, without having beon favored with an introduction to tho coleb rities of tho placo. Whon at length I was admitted into tho ? jam, J. %ury soon ascertained that thoro ???.,. was scarcely a ' professor' of appropriu . tivo science in tlio placo. Thoro was somo lifty amateurs, eight under sentence or . awaiting the opinion of twelvo reapect , able gentlemen as to their moral qualifica ? tions for a fellowship. Tho only celebrity in the establishment was, singular to.say, a, ship mato of my own. Ho was a dis tinguished momber of his profession, and by virtue of a N...

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

Kelly's Sports. Theso sports enmo off on the day of onr last iiiBue, and deserve more thun a passing mention at our hands. The racing was nil that could bo desired and overy evont was contested with a neal tlint must rcflect great credit on the combatants. The necessary catering wnB very well done, nnd host Kelly and Mrs. Kelly deserve great praise for for their courtesy nnd attention to visi tors. There is little doubt that few of similar meetings passed of so success fully in onr township. Everything had been worked up nnd prepared so care fully that not a hitch occurod in the management from beginning to ond. The winner of the Grand Handicap was Kemp, who also proved the winner of tho Hurdle Race. In the hurdles which as mentioned were won by Kemp, he only narrowly escaped being second, the winner, but for n fall would un doubtedly have been De Verallj who also won the Running liish-jump, and would no doubt have carried off the. honours of the Hurdle race but for the slight Blip ...

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

Balranald Cricket Club, The annnal meeting of thia club was held tn Monday night at the Com mercial Hotel, The Rtv, H, I. Rich ards iu the chair. In committee it was resolved that an entertainment bo given on New Year's day, to wipe out i» debt incurred by the associated clubs, and a sub-committee appointed, consisting of Messrs Richards. Beaty, Lobsey, Fisher, Lord, und E. Rowling, to urrunge all particu lars for thu same. The Secretary, Mr. Fisher, brought nncfor ther notice of the committee a letter ho had been shown, signed by two members of the club and a norn member, advocating tho- ro-orgnnizution of the club. He thought this n very unfair remark, and objected particularly to the word reorganize. Mr. Beaty ex plained on behalf of those who signed the letter, that- no1 offence was meant, but simply a wish expressed to tieff the playing started again. Mr. Fisher ac cepted this explanation and the matter dropped. At tiho general meeting whiob then opened, the minutes of the last...

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

' . , — ? ? ? . The Transcontinental. Railway ? ! Mh, J'. R. RROTCKfc, the engineer of the proposed transcontinental line bet 4 : Veen Eucln,. and Port Augusta, arrived: i in Adelaide ow Thursday. It will be .remembered that Mr. Browne and a. J - party a _ few weeks a o iif.nly lost vi tUeif lives from wintof watwr whiUf ?'i; ' ' exploring aomo of thrt country lo be traversed by tho proposed lino. Much of this country waa hitherto unknown, the name ot the Ureat Victorian Do | sort having boon given to it. Mr. Browne describes this ns another libel on Australia, aa nowhere is thero n. desert on tho whole route, or where it wns thought littlo or 110 rain fell down pours wero experienced in the tnonths of August nnd September, tho rain fall boing moro copious than Wits ever kno« 11 on tho West Coast of Now Zealand. Tho portion of tho continent through which Mr. Browno passed is almost flat, tho greater part beinv of granite formation. Water, which falls j on it in great abundance, can ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga November, 11. THE SWAN HILL VOLUNTEER FIREBRIGADE CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 November 1887

Lake Boga (prom our own correspondent.) November, 11. The Swan Hill Volunteer Fire Briuade Concert and Ball. The unnuul concert and ball in aid of ; the above was held in Pottigrew's A 8« ? ! sembly Hall on Wednesday, 9th inst, and was in evory way an unqualified success. A considerable amount of in terest was taken in the itffuir both lo cally and otherwise, and us a mutter of . v ». course, the nmlienco was numerous and * , appreciative one. There were about ' 150 persons present at the concert and : : '- vv of those. 50 couples stnyed fer the boll -uii which look pluce immediately the room - » was cleared, after the concert pro- ' gramme was got through with. The chair at the concert was taken by W, Wood, Esq,, J.P., at 5.30 p.m., who, | ofter submitting the report of the finan cial state of the brigade, (which t-howed a balunce of £6 6s 6d on the wrong side of tho ledger), culled on Messrs. Fenton and Mather for an instrumen tal duel, they playing by way of res ponse ' Fairy Que...

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

; Swan Sill Hospital. The usual monthly meeting of the: Bourd of Directors to the nheVi' institu tion, was held in tlie Rnard Room of the institution on the 3rd Novi\, 1 88ft Present i Mr. .John Gray, (Chairninn), and Measra. Walter Smith, E. Itnnk G. T . Maddis- n, Wm. Yule, Ri-v, Mr, B u ry, Wm. Anderson, uud ilia Medical Ollicer, ' ' .. ' ? j The tliihutps of previotiB meeting '? having been read and confirmed, correa ! pondence from several members of P/lf | ? ilament atid from the Grown Solicitor | te ihe Government Buijditig-Grunt, was liext disposed of. It wna resolved that £1750 of the Government Grant be lodged with the National Bank at Ke-ang for six months, to the credit of the 'institution at current interest, also that £250 be placed to open Building Account of the institution, A letter and printed pamphlet, rolat tive to brtildincs and general manage ment of charitable institutions, was neit produced from the Inspector ? of Charit ies, (Captain Evans). — Received and a...

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

Magisterial Enquiry A magisterial enquiry wtm held on the body of Jauies Henry Harper on Tuesd.ty, the 8th inst. The sad accident that caused his death was reported in our lust isuue, und we now give the de tails of the enquiry, Willie Hart — too yonng to be swoin —deposed that be waa, sitting near the wuter with a younger brother of de ceased who was fishing. 'JL'he line he was using got entangled in i» tobacco bush, which broke and precipitated him into the river. Ho told u boy named Daniel Murphy, who got a stick, trying to get deceased out, but the stick broke. Dan. Murphy, aged 14, sworn, stated that lie was ut Mr, Burn's place when he beard thet two boys mentioned call ing out for help. He1 got a stick and ran down to the river, but it broke in his hund, und he saw deceased sinking without being able to render bim ussist unce, Michael Harper, sworn J Identified the body as that of his Bon, Saw hint lust alive about & p,ui, on Monday af ternoon, when he sent him with u ...

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

Advertising' Cheats fit ' It bns become so common to begin an article, in an elegant, interesting atyle, '? Then ruu it into aoiue auvortisomont that wo avoid all ouch, 'And simply call attention to the morita of Bt. Soule a American Hop Bittcra in aB plain, kouest tenna as possible, 'To induce people 'To give one trial, which so proves Iheir value that they will never use anything else..' ' Tub Rkmrdt bo favourably noticed In alt Ihe papord, Religious mid Bccutar, U ' Having a laiyo snlo, anil supplanting *11 other medicine. 'Thero Ib no dotiyinf? tho Tlrtuos of tho Hop plants and tho proprietors of Dr. Soule's American Hop Dit ; tcrs havo nhown treat shrewdness and ability , ' In compounding a mcdidno whose virtues are s j palpable to every ones observation. Did She Die ? '''''' ! ' No ! ' Slio lingered nnd Buffered along, pining away all tho time for years,' 'The ductors doing her no good ' Aud at last was cured by this Dr. Sotilc'a American Hop Bitter# tho papora say so (nuoli a...

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

Thfl LongeBfc Tramway in tha World. Adfloftbltfd to tho Scientific Aniorie* tlh, the longest tramway will be that with which it is proposed to cohduct a number of towns near Buenos Ayres, South America, ahd which wi'l also be exceptional, ih that sleep cars will ba run upon it for the comfort of passom gers. Horses will be employed as a mot* ive power instead of steam, because horses are cheap, fuel is dear, ahd the peoplo nro slow. 'I'ho price of 2 tons of coal will buy a horso with its harness. The Bleepihg cars and all other equipments are being sUpnlicd by a Philadelphia company, and these oars aro stated to be curiosities, They are four ih number, 18 feet in length, and aro finished with fout' berths each, which are made to roll up when hot in use. The cars aro finished With lava tories, water coolers, linen presses, nnd other conveniences are finished through out with mahogany. The rolling-stock comprises four double decked open cars, 20 platform cars, 20 gondola cars, six ref...

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

General News. The railway carried 44,315 persons to Flvmington on Tuesday (Cup Day) the returns amounting to £11,176 18s. Xnst year 839 peoplo more were carried und there wan an increase in the revenue of £117 14h 9d. ? A water famine is fearad nt Broken Hill. Tbe supply in hand, it is esti mated, will hist about six weeks only. Mr. J. D. Daley, Government in spt ctor of the Bourke rabbit proof fenc ing,. hus started a camp of seven men out to Lila Springs to put the fences in onlcc to receive wire netting. At a meeting of' the Lowan Shire Council on Friday, 4th inst, was resol ved that the council should urge the Piemicr of 'Victoria to communicate , ... .with the Premiers of New South Wales South Australia, nnd Queensland to make a combine]) offer u reward of 00,000 (£23,000 to be payable by .. . : :. saoh colony)' to any one discovering a : a uuie, speedy, and safe means of rid , ding the oolunies.of the- rabbit plague. The offer of this reward to-be published ih the leading Engl...

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

AttjiclnneiM t.» the Crown. The Nia-im of llyderabud, tho most powerful ot the feudatory princes of Indhir and th« greateKt. Mahomodnn ?sliief after, tlio Sultun of Turkey, bns followed the exnmpto which wus sot bv w SoiHh WhIrh, in coniina to the a»Histanco of Greiit Firilnin. His Hiyh jiftss has written a leltrr to ibo Viceroy of India, offering to nive tho mairiiifie Ssnt snrer of £600,000, towards strengthening the north-west frontier ofTudin against Russian encroachments In this letter ho declares thnt the interests of -??11 (lie iuhubitautR of India, SWtish ahd nHt.ivr, are indention! in the liiatter of frontier defence ugainst SSiissian ng^n.'ssimi. This action on ? riie part of tbe Nizam forms tin tflVot ua! answer to- the assertions of those who- have' pieunded tluft the first aj^ ? pearance of Rnr.s'n O'l tile Indian frontier would l.o followed liy a rising of th& native States against British rule. The Nizuu- bus more than CO millions of Mnhommedanb' under bis sui...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

1 WaDNKSUAr— N'ovKMnKir 16. It L, 87.-8 — Kranuis. Rnpeit Rna' Tupi-a., .Mr. ^Cilc'ilnvapiipaml for applicant,. 'wlin-w-iH. not .present.. Iiiiunivrineuta iiuretid; to bwtweon Occuputiuii. Liceust-u Hutchiiigs and iippliiiniit.. Design, mon it tied from desci iption, inci easing' avfia to. 7.480.-ucres.. Rental lil ,7T10thw. Hmch ?inga fi-noe L30 per mile, Tupra . fencing,. Ll.Ofi.er mile.. Fftnaiuii.. aliiBtk?!. JELL,. 80 7 — R. A., Cameron,. Tiipra.. Mr.. .Malcolm appeared for applicant. Thisicuse-had. biteii previously heard by the Bb^tlxi,, but was again, brought up to. determine. tile- ownership, .undl ascer tain Ule-vjihiB Of. some fencing, on. tlie .east boundary- ofi' the- lease. .. After inves tigating, the matter, the B'iai'd foiinil that tliu fence iu question-, wus. the pro .petty of James Tys'on, and foruiing 'tt. part uf the boiindnry ,waa valued' iisTiii previous case L25 per mile,, half, value lio lie gaid by. t-im ajiplioant.. ';;; . , : /? H.L, 87-9 — Cecilia' Kell...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Local Land Court. TUESDAY.—NOVEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Eor«r Kami Comii.. 'rcitfjDAV.— ?N-oTKMDGa 15;. TTlI'LONli I rll»i| wlncll WHH Mll* V to lie IfeM mi MoiifJnv, 1 -Itli .N«v. m'.' i', In-M until ilift fol lfiwiiig .1 i-.,.owitva to thenon.Hirival.of llie B ?iii-'l liTUMonday nvpning;. Tlis Blard nt this C..-nrt corixisted* of' tlie Olliiirman- (A. J; BArk. Esq.) and 12* Wright;- Esq.- — n member .of. tho JtiiliRtou »Ljjinn ' Bdnrd;. Owing-; to» the Co'iii't-hhusfi'- lieintj occupied' Iiy-.- the Court of Qi-nrt.-;i- S/iRtons, the court h'tid tl) l-n h'eld nt theolil Ciiurt-hnuse, which, wssnow-ncciipied as it Ci-tinoil:Chanib'#rs. Them was a small a tt.pndance,.only thocp directly interested being present, the blilk nfitho., visitors .being. ut the Quar ter'Sil«i6n8.--. ' T!;e follow'^™ IS 'n list. : of' the- cusps and Vi'snlfs ltuijjiiiirkirig appliciitiotis 87-1 4;-2 ' 0. B. Fisher.; . M r. J. H. Mor-. phefrt, nmnageiM-f-YiiiiRa„nppeaivd for the apph'baiit';: ili-.. XViliahirej forest E'lnger.-ulso'iippenml,. and' liaviug no -obje...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Headache. Headache fs an- exceedingly troublesome ns' well as very. prevalent uflection, nud in. moat, oases is of' iv norvoua oliiWaotor, or retail ttufrbnv some nervous causo; 1 Iu. ?many- eases tho-paiu wijl bein tlio forohoad over and botwccn-thu oyua, while in other caaea it will . bim* dull;- heavy arid opprcssod feeling.' ratlieii-tliaii, a pain. Often tlio ptiih-will bo liutine^or . both. temples, attended at times with-ii throbbing whicli.tho slightest motion, aggravates or increases. . Tho top of tlio huail is frequently tlio seat; of the trouble, and tho pam and diangpoeabla sensations, are' very au:tojfing-_ Wltliont doubt tlio most serious Kead'aohoj. and; one- if allowed to progress and hocomo moro-atui more froquent in its attacliH;. will ?roaititin some alarming nervous aflbotion {like cerebro-spinal meningitis, paralysis Or epilepsy, is that of the back, part of. tlie , head1 or upper portihu ofi the spmo*.. ? In ouoh.eaaea.tlie: pain is generally of tho character n...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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