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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

THANKS, T' :O0l': HE- SISTERS1 GF' ST JOSEPH'S1 beg to llintik His- VVoinliip the' ' Mayor of .Biilriinnld,, for presiiliiif; at' 1 - the Children's Concert, .licUl omt'lio l'5tll' t.; '? inst.,. ttiko' membern' of Clio Band' nnd , tnblic at/ lhrjie for t-lieir. geueions J paiionngo'on tlmt occasion.. , h - '

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

?^|-K%8AI.K OR TO LET. MlTj''OLM :uu) UKATY liavo in their hands, 110 I'EL l;i oly occupied liy Mrs. iUijiJou-;nll. 1 vuiilior, wliicl) in Mluuli'tl lupiwnynn .Mitin Tmcl;, hot weenWilcnn lii cilllil Uiiy.nlid.-ilmiatj'iiiClioiHif Main TV-jok to D'llrallllM. I) !1IIH tlio must ttliknUnt ci'iitiTt in tin- Imck cimutry. { Ool.u und Cn's Couches L'liimp' nt ' tUd Hoti-1. i.ilmiul toiui* to ii j»ni)il then, fur |n-rtii:uliirit apply l.o MAL CULM nnd BEATY. -??.{„ ? - ? : ? , ? i Unreserved Sale .V*; By Auction « AT PETTIGUEW'S HALL, Swsui : Saturday, 3rd December, At 1 1 o'clock, ,(££. T\RAPERY, pictures, groce IUICS, IRONMONGERY. FUR WlsmJRE, BOOTS, AN D 31-10 1£S, ! . JEWELLERY, POT PLANTS, Rul 1 inn Saddle. iiido Saddle, Lot Harness, | ? ? 'oud Sundries, i'V\ Bankrupt Stock j No Reserve. '] Also, ? ,c 'One second liund Snippet* and Win lioer, und onti R -aper ntidBin -'?i t ? tier, in good order. ,jfv ? *-..? Sevt'ul farm Horses and Hacks, (r - »?? - -Two n«w Wug^oiiottes, j ' 'eusto...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Melbourne Wool Report. I [n.r, ^f.EnTBtU.TfiVQRASVUjt Mh.UI UUNB, tjo.Vl.'inblM' 21'; Diilgettj and Co. .report. iwfullaws j— At our w.oekiy wool. bu,1o , to-iday wo offered i 1700., hult-a. ti- ,iv, fw,U, muster of buyers,. e/impetj(ifuj, -v(ia.-. Utisk. and, late prices, wero' fully, luuintaiiied.-. 'I'lvo,. cutaloguo comp rise,! no super wools, but wo obtained. uptoO^d. for greasy merino, iti light, oou ditiiiu, good quality ineritm , suld.ati 7.id.. lo S^di, jMlsrlw I'd! tof.7fl.-. cross, breds to Ojdi h'mjuicmI pieaissuold up to llf|d., und bellies. t',i 0.,'cl. 111 all1. \v;c sqld,. 1300. bules making. OpOO to date'. . \Vati;h fot; irrigation! was . dtlivorcd' fOr. t\io firstj.tiuic to.. BolcotnuB at' MiUliua. on-, urtfdliy, but the season is too far advanced; j, fqt it to- bo of great use.

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

Ibiiiuov. , ! Tlio Editor was DyiiU'--1'1' '??? ! n paper lay dying in h!i lair, and tho dew ..f deatli had gathered on his brow c;- calm and , fair; hut a printer kneit beside him, as his life-blood ebbed nwav, and asked the dying writer if ho had n word to say. The doomed 1 man murmured softly, as lie grabbed tho ?? printer's fist : ' Well, at last tbo struggle's over, nnd I never will bo missed, lake n , message nnd atoken t ) that city man of mine, tlmt all his worn-out chistnuts he had better put in brine. There's his joko nbout tho weather, which he's used these ninny jenrs, nnd the gag nbout tlio fellow who is nlwnys hunting beers. And the item bo's so fond of, on the man who peddles books, and tho chestnut based on people who go fishing nt tho brooks ; just to save tho paper's credit, nnd to enst no slurs on mine, 1 would nsk him as a favor just to put such gags in brine, And the lielio's fond of telling, of tho street cars nnd tho tracks, nnd tho nncicnt. joke nbout the mnn...

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 — 23 November 1887

PASTORAL Balranaldi . ' | J!iyerinct;,Sef,oriM(', Oflleo, Tuesday Kvoniug. T'ho Weal li^n ban,, of .late, boon, purely in noov'i'daijeo wiih-tlio seanon of tho year,. a.nd n'goeu , fal I] «f -iaf 11 would he very heneliuiali ' M.i|loohii ami Biiaty.i-vpyrt t|io folhiwing stock-it)iiyQnieiita — 9,000iwo.tliorflriwill ho .on the coiniii/^.to-morriiw from Laka- Viu».nia utatinn, bnuJ.-d for P.eniliquiu. G-, Bsu.wu lets iu charge, . Rivers — Guiida-;ai; Gflj j-Wjigga, 8ft 6h'i;.- H.i.v, 10ft llin ; BjlrauuWrf lpf( IOI11. Wil cui;iii«,.0ft ; Mimiiidie, 22ft' Uil- ; . P.omicarie, 1!^U 3}i(. ; . \Y«uitwoi tli, 51ft 2,(u.., Albury 8;'l ;iiu j . VVuhguiiyoh, 14f6 ; I'.eliuca,,. 3.0ft ; i H tVI.n Hill, 12h,i|iu ; Ktiutun, 22ft 2iu.-.,

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

filMsccUnncouo. Tho Pump.— There is the familiar pump, who makes it the business ot his or her lite to rout out overv disagreeable circumstance connected with every family and retail them around the. neighborhood. People spenk of him or lier aa 'knowing everything,' but this supreme knowledge is only gained by tho greatest perseverance nnd systcmntical pumping. The pump iB detested nnd feared ; she gene rally makes her attack upon tho youngest and softest members of a family, going to work after this fashion : — She meets little Mary, whoso brother G eorge has left tho country (ns sho thinks) suddenly nnd suspiciously. After kissing the denr child, she tnkes her into a shop, expends a penny on sweets, then they walk hand In liana, nnd the. pumping commences : — ' And so kind Brother George has gone away?' 'Yes.' ? ' And dear littlo Mary is very sorry, isn't she ? Yea, I know sho is. And how's mnmran 1 ' 'Quito well, thnnk you.' ' Ah I Not quite well, of course ; but she wns very gla...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Tub following Tenders, luvve been accepted iMort s Dock and'. E.nginceriug t o, (Limited |— Supply audi erection of Pumping Engiijcs ami P.oilor, CnDtj'A. t: No... 3, i-ah'.inuhl Water Supply. Alasoir Bros (limited)— l'ipes and Ca^tin^a for Heticulat ion, Contract S, nilraiiald Water Supply. Ovi'i.io to picssnreon our space, caused principally by tho .Laud Conrt and Quarter ouBsions heipg held oil tlie- sumo days, we are eomputlcil to hold over sev/tml. ituuis of ? interest, tho principal of which- are tbo Hospital and Muuicipnl meetings, magis Itriil enquiry nt l'aika, a buck-country letter nd one of the cusea dealt with at tho Quartcr.sessiouB. All thcao will appear iu gur next -isauo. f

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

HOUSEHOLD. A piece of zinc placed 011 tho live coals in a hot stove will effectually clean out a stove-pipe, tho vapors produced carrying off soot by chemical decomposition. Bar soap, when first bought, should be cut in square pieces and put in a dry place. It laBts better after shrinking. /

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

i vA.-!swEn:Tmsi— Di.l yon ever know, any, 'pci-son, ti- bu ill,, without inaction, nfi the stomnuh','. llien- or- kidiieya, did y«u. over know one who ? was* Well, nlicii i.iihur U-A3 abstiueted or in u tive ?: ami. did. youi over, know or. lasar.- nfi nny ' uasa- «-f tha- kind tlmt. Dr.. Soule's-. Americau Him Uitteis -would not cuio! Ask your, neighbour, the iauie questi.'U.. 'Tunea.'' We. regret' to* report that' Mb.. T.tioa, Turner'^ hay-stacks were completely birnt, to the ground last Wednosday.. It appears that Mr. .Turner was.sKooting.iit some birds on tli'e top of'ono of' the stacks, aud a- piuco .?of tho wadding must have doue tho mischii-f., Tlw Value, of. the hay is variously, estimated ?at fioin £200 to j£300; and itwas not. iu snred. We heartily sympatliizo with Mr. Turner iu this misfortune. He is all old reaidbutdu-our midst aud lias always b.-on,a I liard-woi kiiig man who (.esorved better liielt This lire ought to act as a caution to owners to iiinura tlieir proper...

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

'jlniMes Column. I Whero True Heroism Is.— Curtius rode ini.. tl.e. die.-idlul and daik ubyfs for the sal v.uion of li -nn\ It was a deed for nil time to applaud and for all men to exult over— a splendid exhibition of personal daring and of patiiotic sacrifice. A go. d ileal nearer to 11s in point, of fnct and tune was the heroic front of Nathan llalc, tliu gallant young martyr of the American Revolution, whose last regret was that he had only one life to give to his country. Very properly we admire and celcbralc theso and al! heroic deeds ; but there are other kinds of heroism of which little note is made, but which ought to move us to ad miration as fervid as that which tho world has agreed to lay upon tho altars whereon patriotism has immolated itself in tho splen did moments of tho world's history. Where, for example, shall wo find loftier courage than that of tho woman who goes into her own kitchcn day aftor day and week nfter week during tho long-continued nnd wearing hent of ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Tfcii,rAiu!».A.U,3.. Sydney. November, 22: A circular hns been sout to all pub lic school, toachora. prohibiting, them from, soliciting, subscriptions- from the pupils lo wards. thu Puikus' Fund. 'Tho Preiuiutvvisited. Mr.. Dally yes terday, who is in u most enfeebled con dition,, and. speaks so, low,, it is. difficult to- uiiilei'stund hiui.. Lady P, ukes. is still, in. a pi'eam'ibus, stute.. 'jUIio- railway fi'otn QuennUoyani to Michelago will be opened next month Lady Cai'.iiiiglon 1ms ooi.santed. to unveil tin; statue of the Que^u,. An utteiii])t was made yesterday to wreck tha li'50 uiorniug train from. Peat's, Ferry. A piece of iron 2. feet long, was tied. lo. the rails at the edge of the cliU) 300ft. high,, but was dis covered iu time by oue of the fcttlers,. The highest odds giveu uguiust Hau Ian aro- now 2.'to li.. The great SVillow tree' Inn. forci ble possession. case which oociipied. tlio Police Court for so. many duy* has., re sulted1 iu couiiuittul.. The Attorney Gener...

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

nnfc DSiifc:?. An illustrious Rucsfc --f l'ramv u Malt.'uajali lhilerp Sin.eli, who refused the pension of foitv thousand pounds a year, offered him by the Kri'ilish Government, if he renounce his sovereign rights in the Kast. So long as Dulrep Singh had sullicient money to lead a gay life in England all was well, but when ho found that his debts were greater than his income, he asked the govern ment to increase his income. His request was not eranted. and the Indian prince carried out a licroio resolution. He refused the forty thousand pounds of tho English, camo to France, ami proposed to become nn nlly of the French Government, nnd with it divide tho empire of his atfccstors. Since Tonquin and Madagascar, France is not anxious to undertake distant expeditions. So Duleep left Paris for Russia, where this Asiatic potentate in farlibus hopes to make the Czar understand tho advantages of his offer, The lato Jnmc.s Grant, tho novelist, wns formorly vory popular iu Edinburgh, When ever...

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

Ifv; A LOOLM 5LBEA1IY, Stock and Station? Agent^, V. AX U E I! S,:. -'i!- . :¥u-.-.;iOMicrs Laiul' Age uts, ti..i Si J«i AiX.A Si . AOF.SM r.lR- — . A''' - :i in Mortgage mill Agency/ C.'i limited I -,;-i-::....v;oi, ,Wi ig'ifc mid Co, Li'iiitedl Vi Insurance C.mipuny Tliu Australian MutualPi'oviddnVSbciety. I'Jisby's Knrandora Pino Timber. ^istraliaii Joint Stock Bank. Ificoi ppntttl by. Act ot ? Council, ,13X3... 1JS A lt) UP OATUT A7J— £500,000, JL with power to increaso-to .£1,000,000. TlF.ar.iwr Fund— £203,000. . HKAD OFFICE:1 Sydney. J-DJi'tKjN OFFICE: 2 Kino Wilmau Stu-kht, E.C FirrtncVc* thrwr^hbut New-South' Walda and Quoens &tu1 : :Ajruits In all tho other . Colonics and In Great XYlSnin, America,. Iutiki, . China and correspondent thb-prhrclpal cities oftha worlfl.'. TliQ-.Bank, discount-' hiTTs, grants caeh credits, makA talvajircs on.. approved Security, negotiates produce LllJs.imldocuments, Unues tfraUa or letters of credit mid' negotiates or collects bills pa...

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

Balranald Hotel (TAT PURSALL'S) Mrs. M. J. MURPHY. EKOS to announce to her friends nml tho public, tint she has now taken the ir-Tj ? ? ? , n . v »ht-ve .wolUkuown Hotel. It will W, her _ ?cudcAViiar to th»' k ?:;? .... it 4uay compare favourably witlr-tne }£a-1thg Metropolitan HotcU iu attractiveness and comfort. Jivery .attention paid to Boarders and - VtSitnrA. Tho largest-aud xnost commodious house iu towu. - ^hios, Bccw, & Spirits of tlte ismite always! iu of U. ffixut-clus.s Stabiiug. Billiards. s 34. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. ? ^MEK.Y'S Commercial Hotel, M*MAHON BROTHERS, PU'tl'lUKXOKS. ' Messrs. m-mahon bjr6& 'i-eg ?to. uotify to the of . Bal a-iuiald anil district, that they have itiik'tu tiie above well-known Hotel, and fliope f iiy giving ovary ' attention, ' to ntttiat a frir share -of sup|K-rt. ' Kv«ry accommodation, w-itla 'home : CnmtWls. . - ? ? . .'. 1 ?Sample Kosins for Commercial Trawilerfl. -. Good Billiard Ta1-le. First class Stitlilina Aucimimoda...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

I ' Advertising; Ohaata»n r.r ** ft liaa beooint no- utiiiniiiiin to- bugiht ari' , articlu. in Hu.olegi.ub, iuUivsatiug.atyltJ, j '? T«liou run- it mto some' aavortiaomonb tijat \\-- nvoiil all nuub, j ? 'AinVeimuly. c;ill?attoiition. to tho merits of' DK So»le8 Auierican Hup. Bittors iu. n» .pUin, houodtr terms ua poaaiblo,. 1 ? -« Xo iuduco potiplo' | I M'To givo onc tviali which' 8o»provos their. | value thaL they will* never uao anything. 1 elae,.'1 i 'Tw HvjiBDV.* ao -favourably noticed: ln- all: tho' papor^.Hulijrious and^eoular, t- i j ' llavingr.a l&r«a aale, and. supplanting all other I medicine.. j I 'There te»no denyitnr tfio vlrtucs o! the Hop plants- 1 andithauropt iciors-)frl}r. Soule'ti American tore have shown great bhrewdiie^s and ubl ity # » ' Iw compouuding jv» medicine v/hoso - vlrtUM aro.s 1 ^alpablo.to cvcry onc^obucrvatlon- I ; Did: She Die. ?.' ' ''No i:.. j! ' She liiigoreirand' sufferod along}, pining, away nil tliu tinio for yearn,' 'i'ho dootora ...

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

.HI h e guummr. JTctot^cr iW.EDNKSOWV;. 28.-1 NOiV.EMvBEll

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

traveller, In a Dutch Church— My vi-u w.h or, Sunday, when it showed only it; ability to accompany with sobriety the chorals sung by the audience gathered at the usual after noon service. Nothing could have been simpler. There has evidently been no change in themethodsof worship in Holland siuce'the days of the first reformers. Tho church ia an immensestructurc, the sice of the cathedrals of Europe. Only a small part of it is used by the present congregation, for whose accommodation pews have been con structed iu a sort of parallelogram, a part of one side of which is occupied by the preacher. The pews aro much like those seen In old country churches in n«w Englnnd, bare, nn cushioned with a few exceptions, nnd nt my visit there wns boforo each auditor a great volume of uncertain contents ns long ns n Webster's unabridged dictioncry. A few pews rnnged about tho pillnrs, ovidently be longing to the nristocracy, had faded green curtains. Nothing else was to bo seen in the way of decor...

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

. Shctcfxr. j! I'udorn Jlviiie. To (hose T.'iin, livinj i:.i I tnly, c.ln ivcall the critical moments of the unfolding ot the ?kingdom, or who rrcr-i from Vhe outside geographically uceompanying in feeling the movements by which Italy was made, the 1'Oth of September, is like the crisis of tha plot of a drama coming in the fifth act and relieving the tension of interest in its con duct by tho assurance of a happy ending. From 1S48, we who loved the gracious land, mothor of our civili»ation, nursa of our moden arts, of romance, kind stepmother of all tho muses, and hoiress of all tho wealth ot antiquity, Iirtc f«lt our hearts rise and striken her viclcsitudos of fortune as, patient, persistant, undismayed, sho grow from what Charles Albert found her to what Tiotor Emmanuel left her — insulted, oppressed, thwarted by dynastic and imperialistic greed, leaving her martyrs by the wiiy, and winning every day more and more the sympathy of the liberal and liberty loving of all lands, until ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
CURIOSITIES OF SOUND AND VIBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

C U It I OH I Tf liS or SO USD 1 AXJL- VimtATiOX. Not many evenings ago, while a young lady was singing, the glass shade on a gas burner broke, frightening the singer nearly out of her wits, and though the chandelier contained nine glass shades, the one im mediately in front of where the lady stood was the only one broken. Her voice, which was loud and strong, had shattered tlie glass. This seems strange, but'it is not less tha'n true, I know a person who can break a small tumbler of thin class bv lioldincr it be fore his mouth and making a peculiar trilling noise. While away up amid the Alpine solitudes of Switzerland a few years ago, I noticed the mnleteers tied up the bells of their mtilos, and was told that the protracted combined tinkling would start an avalanche. A d«)g barking will make the strings of a pianoforte sound, nnd, after all, vibration of the strings is what makes all the music. Vibration is simply a moving to and fro, as we see the pendulum of a clock do. All thin...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHAPTER XXVI. A PENAL SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

. . , IRovelist. DAYS 'OF CRIME ' and YEARS OF SUFFERING - . ? An Autobioqkapuy. V i Reprinted from ' Tlio Australasian' of. 1867 by special poraission ) ' 1 j CHAPTER XXVI - ? -s A l'EXAD SETTLEMENT. Handciiffod and heavily ironedj- a week after 111 3' conviction, in company with the ? soi-clisant constable ami tho two pro fessional burglars, I was ombarkod' aboard . tlio . shamrock steamer for Sydnejy my doslinction boing, in tho first instance, , Wooloomooloo Gaol. r '-? . .... Of this establishment I can say nothing, as tli G day after my arrival I was removed to tho ponal settlement of Cockatoo Jsland. . I had road, while. 111 tho ^Melbourne r ? ? .Gaol, .a very olaborato report of tlio system V carried out in this placo, which, I mil willing to admit, appeared admirable on paper. But I liavo always louiid,in tho .? - -sad nnd manifold experiences I have had V ' — ? 1 of prisons and ponal establishments, that the impression produced on tho mind by tho mero leadmgof tho details ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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