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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Goofc Slovics. Sho Disappointed Thorn, --it I.'.* port a pretty an.i a t \ ] i i 1 1 » (Iiuvl'.i yoiki,* lady hoarded the train, nmTit \t.\ r not lon.- before a gentleman with whom fin; wns acquainted sauntered through the car, sail, spying her, seated himself by her aide, according to the Rochester HrrrJJ. Miry immediately began making inquniL* of &nch other conccruing the whereabouts of mutual friauda. A commercial tourist who sat just ahead was endeavoring to read, but the continued clatter made it impossiblo. At last her com panion nindc some inquiry about some in dividual named ' Chnrlcy,' and straightway her tongue wneged faster than ever. ' Wo quarrelled a while ago,' she said, ' Ho told me onco ho did notsmokoor drink nnd I believed him until it friend told mo Bomcthing which made mo think lis had deceived me.' At this statement tho commercial man gently smiled ns he pretendud to bury him self still deeper in his paper. 'Yes,' continued the young lady; 'for over a yo...

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

HRTLA KATIILA. 1 Tho coast line of Britifh Columbiac.Ttends for nearly COO mik-3 between Alaska on the north and Washington Territory on the south. At the northern point of thu line is Tort Simpson, an old post of the Hudson Bay Company. To this fort a young Englishman went thirty years ago, with the apparently chimprical purpose of Christian ising tho savage tribes whose huts clustered about the neighborhood. lie learned their lancruaze. took-un his abode nmr.ti? them. and as the result of his teaching and in fluence there 'sprang up near by a new Indian village, which has become the most important settlement upon the entire coast. Tiie visitor of to-day finds there streets of commodious and well built houses, a school house, town hall and, dominating them all, a Gothic church seating 1.200— all these tlie result of the toil of the T-irashean Indian.?* The very name of this town, Metlakathla, has become a household word among many of the churches of England and Scot)ani as one of t...

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

DISTRICT' COURT:. WedNesdat-,. November: l'6tK;. I Duryeai v.- Parker— Clnitu- for l'iI98- 8s.. 2dl. Mr. Rob- rtson: for' plaintifl',, Mr. Merowothen lor defend ant;. Mr.. iMerewetheis'sta'ed. that iu tlie-first plare-the pleiv was badi. The' accounts - as -filed showed amongst other- ? itema a. balance- of.' i'52,.in rived: at l y pluiiitill'.throuth.' piirtnership' accounts. . His- Honour, said, this counter plea waB. good,, if. it could: be proved,, but, there-. wer« no-' accounts to. show that any I artnershipi existed;. If. this was, tv, partnership' account,. Mr.. Robertson' oould not claim- on- it^. Mr., Robertson, snitfit was- partner aliip-only in some mutters, .for instance a. stile of. sheep, which, weie held, by, plaintiff'. ' ? ' ftliv Merewetlior. said-' tliia;. matter.' Had been, referred to arbitration which had.beeni concluded that morning, as was well.known to plaintiff's solicitor.. Mr,. Robertson replied that the matter being, under, arbitration,, did nob allect ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Court of Quarter Sessions. (Before His Honour JUDGE BACKHOUSE.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 November 1887

Qburfc o£ (Quarter Sessions. (Bjforo Bis. Honour J.odoe. Backv. U0U8E.-! ^ Wo referred-to. this in'oitf last issue,, uiidiUDW. give further. jiartioulara of. the: cases- tried:. - Riiliert Binnie, James- M''CprraucK,'. aiid Henry Hubaou'surrondured ioitheirl bailr,uud wete oliaiged wilhliaving.tried to ulitain on- the. lLiii Af)ii'il- last,, the sum of 23.. by substituting four rutskins for. riibbit-skii)sr.witljiinteiit to defraud J..H..Potterson,. of. Gol; Gol.. Mr.. Mwewel her- prosecuted, ,an-l Mi\. Riibertsou-for defendants;. The folluwing gentlemen- formed' tlie jury : — Messrs. D. R. Irvine, (Foreman); J. Giinhuiu,.Ri A. . Fisher, ,J.. Keuriolt,. Rd..Gr«ham,, S.- King,. W.. Hull,. ®-i)i Kiddj, B..J. GrilHths, Geo.. Davis,. Ron .aid Miicphersoti,.uud C. B. Fisher, jun;. Tlie Crown PrUMtoutor stuted tliut ih aid men formal a liiiii iindor.the style of Robert Binnie it Co.. Tlie ICilibit iuspeotop- fluvthe-distriob (Mlv Buri)}aiid'tlie storekeepor for the stution (Miv Mnrdocli)i...

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

; ii-oeti\n ^ . Very 'Like a Wail. 1 miss Ibcc when the evening shades « Creep slowly o'er tliu dell ; . I miss thee when the daylight facie.?, How nTTi-5h I nc*cr can tell. ' I feel that something from my life Has gone, forever fled, ?With bitterness my heart is rife, ? ? Although so cirur mv head. At night I dream thou art with mo, I 'wake to find thee gone, Tbino abscnce is a truth I see When first nrri^gs the dawu. To woo thee back I vainly try . With cv'ry charm that's known, But still thou dost with coldness fly And leave mc to bemoan. Will nothing woo thee back again Where onco thou held thy sway? Am I to be the scorn of men ? ' - . For that thou say'st me nay? Well, then so let it bo, if this Is tribualtion'a share, ' And none shall see how much I miss— » My dear departed hair.

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

; Convent. School Concert.. A vooalhuidi histriuuental oonaert was given in the- Musonic Hall,,on. Tuesday evening,, the 1:5th, inst., by. the pupils attending, the Convent School,, that is atiaohod. to tha Rouuin Catholic Church iu this town,. The- Miiyoiv (^AJd'i. ©lose)) presided and- im opening, the ptiiceedings. said that the proceeds. o£ tho- entertainment after, deducting tho expenses,, would' be devoted, by the' Sisters, to- purchasing prizes- for the ohildreu,. attending; the .Convent School!. i The- first pieco on, tlie- programme wus-a- olioius. entitled, Christmas- boxes given, by, the children,, then, followed duets,, recitations,, songs,, audi solus, : given. respectively by. tho children, and ;youiig,iadies- belonging to the- Catholic Chinch,, until, half. the. pi-ogramuio- was ' i-eiiolied., when, an,' iiHeiival ofr ten |' minutes, book place,, after which' a .dramatic- piece was ginjn by tho com bined, elibr.tii, of young, ludies uud, ohil dren.. . Tuking! the- conc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Ibumor* ; - In John Rtiskin nature found n tongue. . _ . lie stood ono evening gaiing nt n sunset. ' ?£,$- The concnvo of tho zenith glowed fervently ?; ' like a vast shield of copper. Low down in ' 'O tho west great bare of glowing yellow ; V'''i traversed the sky, bordered 'with streaks of ' ' - ;? liquid crimson, like vast swords flecked with bloody gouts from tho brenst of tho dying - ^ day. ' Athwart them poured a goklcn rain of sul- . . -''i:-': - phuric rays that touched tho waving plumes of tho stone-pines into myriad flashes of spnrkling light, nnd bathed themselves re freshingly in the cool grays of the lichen covered cliff. Turning away from such a scene, he re marked to Turner in n voico husky with . emotion : ' Well, is this hot enough for you I ' The Kind of Contrivance Ee Wanted — 'Mr. Doppenheimer, l want to introduce a ' . burglar-alarm into your house. I will indi- ' . cato at what door or window — ' 'I don' want none of dose t'ings. I don' boddcr me mit burglars.'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. The Stranger. (NOT BY BRET HARTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

fllMsccIInncous. The Stranr/ci'. j XOT 31 Y BItUT 1IA1ITK.) Wc were camped on tho creek, My olo paid ncr and T, Dead beat with our wnlkin* And jis' goin' to lie Down nnd tumble ourseivea into slum ber, When we heard a loud, hollowin' cry. 'l'wns a chap ns was lost — So my wiser chum said — Which polite intimation destroyed My thoughts of the dead Arisin' nud peopliu' the territory Which tlicy vacated for their damp bed. 'l'wns a stranger we met, If a queer, singular hue, Who this moment, alone, To the. flamin' blaze drew, . . 1 . And seated hisself on a camp-stool With a forwardness which hangs to ; ' '? somo fow. 'Ho sought shelter, 'twas plain, Such his look3 would bespeak, And I promised it readily . : Ere one could speak ; .. Whilo my sophistical matcccho'cd faintly, 'Ilo'd bo darned if I hadn't a check.' Persuasion lent sway, ?With its powerful might; Had it been nn encounter 1 should not have been right, ? For my pardner was far from weak Elatnrc — In truth ho paid marked lovo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
BEEF SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

BEUl1' sour. Ingredients— } lb of lean beef J lb rice, J lb ench of turnip, carrot, aud tomatoes, 3 stalks of celery or 3 sprigs of parsley. ? Method. Cut the meat into pieces about J an inch square ; wash and pick over tho rice; peel and cut into } inch squares tho turnip, carrot and tomatoes; cut tho celery or parsley very small. Put tho meat in a soup-kettle with four qunrtn of cold water, and bring it slowly to a boil; then add the vegetables,- prepared as above, a level table — spoonful of salt, aud a quarter of n rialt .spoonful of pepper, nnd boil the soup gcutl.y until nil its ingredients nro tender. the addition of boiling wntcr increase tho soup when it is done to its ruiginnl quantity of four quads, Suu.tlittl it is properly seasoned, , nud serve it hot, — -

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
HOUSEHOLD. Tasty Dishes. SOUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

HOUSEHOLD. Tasty Dishes. . SOUPS. General Directions for soup-making. Lean beef, mutton, or veal is tho basis of all good rich soups, but fresh bones and those from cooked meat and poultry with trimmings of meat, make very good Btock whore economy is desired. Tho meat should bo cut up very small and the bones well cracked, and simmered from three to 3ix hours, or longer, according to the qunntity. As n rule, a quart of water may be nllowcd to ench pound of meat for soup. Let it heat gradually nni removo tlio scum ns, it rises, tnking enre thnt it. doe3 not boll. When, it is woll skimmed, ndd tho vegetnblcs, which may be one or two turnips, cnrrotB, parsnips, and an onion with a few cloves struck into it, and a small bunch of sweet hcrlw. When finished, turn it into stockpot or pan, and set it anide till morning, when tho fat can be ensily re moved. The stock should then be strained through a fine wiro siovo or coarse cloth, and it is ready for use. Do not add salt till tho meat is t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. Woman's Inner Heart. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

ftnlMeo' Column. I Woman's Jnncr llcttrl. Thero is a great deal of ' the woman ' as a lover ia these lines, which como wc know not whcncc, and from tho pen we know not whom : ' Yes, my lips to-night have spoken Words I said they should not spiak : And I would I could recall them — Would I had not been so weak. Oh 1 that one nngnrded moment I Where it mino to live again, All tho strength of its temptation Would appeal to me in vain. 'True my lips have only uttered What is ever in my heart ; I am happy when beside him, Wretched whcn'wo are apart, . Though I listen to his praises Always longer than 1 should, Yet my heart can never lionr then* Half so often ns it would. ? . . ' And I would not, could not, pninhim, Would not for tlio world offend j ' I would hnve him know I like hiin , As n brother, ns a friend ; ' But I mcant to keep one secret In my bosom nhvnys hid, For I never meant to toll him ' ? ? Thnt I loved him— but I did.' Dressing . for Church— Most women desire to dress ns w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Melbourne Wool Report. [by ki.ectrio TKi,i;ortAru.] M kluoi.'iine, November 28. Dalgetty and Co. report us follows : — Our wool sales to-day attrautnd a largo attendance of buyers, to whom we submitted 2400 bales, biddings wcro animated but prices, at loast for iuforior and faulty merinos wero somewhat weakor ill sympa thy with tho unfavourable uows from Lon don nuga.nl ing thoso descriptions. Superior Uroasy merino brought lOd per lb j moSlinm - , to good, ,7Jil to 8Jd; inform? til medHum, JjAu to 'il ;- crujuiln'cdx fil'Iil l'flr-'l]i(5(li- mn good suporior greasy merino lambi^ to 1 0J il ( comebacks do, to lOd ; washed pioriuos, to 1-ld ; scourod do, 1-Ud. Total Solos wore 181f-.bales, making 10, 0U0 to date.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. Beecher's Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

©&&$ anfc iSubs. licccltcr's Wisdom, livery fnrm should own a good farmer, A mnu never hns good luck who has a bad wife. The masses ngninst the classcB, tho world over. A man who docs not love praise is not a full maif. A man must nsk leavo of liis stomach to be a happy man. It takes longer for man to find out man than any other creature that is made. - Flowers are the sweetest things that God ever made nnd forgot to put n soul into. A man without self-restraint i3 liko a bnrrel without hoop3 nnd tumbles to pieces. That cannot be n healthy condition in which few prosper nud the great mass arc drudges. Whoever makes home seem to the young dearer and more happy is a public bene factor. The greatest event in a hen's lifo is mado up of nn egg nnd a cacklc. But cngles never cackle. A proud man is seldom a grateful man, for lie never thinks that he gets as much as he deserves. Gambling with cards, or dice, or stocks is all one thing. It is, getting money without giving an ...

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 — 30 November 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Siverina Recorder Office, ? Tuesday Evoning. Siuco our issue of lost Wednesday wo - have had a Bitddeu change in tlio woather. 1 Thursday was the hottes day we hovo hod . this season, the thormoinotor rising to 110 . dog iu tho shade, on Friday dust Btorins ?with a hut wind wuro most nabearablo, but the weather cooled down, and Saiurduy . and Sunday wore most ploasaut. On Tues day foreuoou a steady soaking rain set iu, ? end when wo wont to press tho guugo VegUtered 02 points, aud it is still raining, anil is likely to continue. This rain will bo most bonelfcialsto tho couutoy uud tho grass. Wo hear that tho grass seeds aro causiug o great many deaths aiming tho shoop ou suino uf tho stations ou the Dulling, tho paddocks qot being stocked enough. 0 wing to the dull statu of tho fut stock markets iu Vic toria there are very few stock uioviug South . ttio luBt few weeks.. ;. Malcolm and Booty report tho following stock movements!— Oxley, 20th inst : — 4000 ewes cr...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Science, 1 Fabrics of Fir Leaf Wool-— Kir wool is a textile fiber which in'. Saxony is manu factured out of the ncldlea of the fir tree, the process being partly chemical nnd partly mcchanical. For this purposo tho needles are gathered in spring aud summer, when they nre young and green, old and withered ones being unsuitable. Tlicy aro taken into barns nnd there dried in a current of air. When dried, they are subjected to n settling nnd fermenting process similar to thnt iti use for flnx. This softens tho woody pnrts nnd loosens mem irorn wo liucr, nut lue com plete separation is only obtained after lengthy boiling by steam. During tho boiling a by-product is obtained in the Bliapc of an oil (fir wood oil) which is gathered nnd sold to chemists ns a remedy for rheumatism and gout, its proportics being similar to tur pentine. The complete separation of hast nnd fiber is produced exnctly as with flax, Tho fiber is now passed through a milling machine similar to that in use for woolen...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

A mreting of tho managers of the Presby I torian Church was hold last Monday. Tho principal business under consideration was tho plans and specifications for tho proposod brick church, nnd to pass accounts for pay .nient. It was decided to call for tenders in tho local, Hay, and Eclmca papers, and 011 advertisement giving particulars appears ou tho next pago in this issuo. lo judge by tho plans wo have aeon, thu churoh, when completed, will bo an ornament to tho town, and considering tho comparatively small number of Presbyterians in this town it is a largo aud plucky undertaking, but we hove no doubt that they will successfully carry it through. The now building for tho Australian Joint Stock Bank, for which Mr. J. O'Oiiu 110II has lie contract, was commenced last week and tho excavations for tho outor wall hovo been dug out, showing the dimeu tions of tho future building. Whon finished tho building will be 0 great improvoineut to that neighbourhood as tho vacant plot on which it i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

hongevittf. Nino hundred and ninety persons in a thousand would say that a baby in the cradle would be likely to livo longer than a man of G5, but statistics provo indisputably that 500 in every 1000 infants dio before the age of 5 years is recorded, while out of 1000 healthy men aged 65 more than 500 of them will bo alive in five, ayo in ten years, or even a longer time. So it will ho seen that a man of G5 may bo considered younger than an infant as far as his chances of futuro life are concerned. When aro we old ? Prof. Faraday holds thnt the duration of life iu man nnd animal is five times tho period of growth ; man's growth requires twenty years ; ho should, therefore, under ordinary circumstances, livo to bo 100 ; infancy extending to tho 20th year; youth to tho 50th, when tho tissues become firm ; virility to 75, and old age from 75 to 100. Dr. Farr favors 100 years for the tenure of. life, but makes these divisions : Boyhood, 10 to 15 ; youth, 15 to 25 ; manhood,' 25 to 55 ; ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. WILCANNIA Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

imymAMS. Wilcannia Nov. 29. Thomtis M'Gee pleaded guiltv, nnd wns remanded until Wednesday for sentence. Tho police evidence showed that his relations with his wife were very unhappy, othenuso .the man's character is not bud. The Balranald witnesses left by Monday's coach. Sydney, November 20 The Governor leaves to-morrow for Maitland to be present at the Cavalry tournament in that town. Sydnoy Uurdekin, M.'L.A., has been dangerously ill, und is still in a precari ous state, , Tho funeral of Mr. Piddington wus attended by a large number of members of both housos. Vernon's team scored 340 in the lirst innings, and New South Wulos has ;ost t,\vn wickets for 186. SI1'. Whitton, Hnginecr-in-Chief, has received a month's holiday owing to ill ness. Sir John Robertson presented Bench ,ast night in H.M. Theatre wiqli num erous presents from lady residents of Watson's Bay. It is predicted that tin will go up to L200 per ton before the end of next yo..r. Seven thousand bales of wool were cata...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Nature. Bloodthirstiness. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

?fflatuue* Dloodthirstincss. As Rochefoucauld says, there is something in tho misfortunes of our very friends that does not altogether displcaso us, and an apostle of peaco will, feel a cortain vicious thrill run through him and enjoy a vicarious brutality as he turns to the column iu his newspapor at the top of which 'shocking atrocity' stands printed in largo capitals. Seo how tho crowd flocks around a street brawl I Consider tho enormous annual sale of revolvers to pcrsonB, not one inn thousand of whom has any serious intention of using them, but of' whom each one hns his car nivorous self consciousness agreeably ticklcd by the notion, as he clutchcs the handle of his weapon, that ho will be rather a danger oug customer to meet. Sec the ignoble crew that escorts every great pugilist — parasites who feel as if the glory o£ his brutality rubbed off upon them, and whose darling hope from day to day is to arrange somo sot to, of whjohthcy may share the rapture with out enduring the p...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 November 1887

Balranald Oriekeb Club. A meeting of the B dranald Cricket Club took place on the 25th. inst., the Rev. H. I. Richards in the chuir. In the absence of the secretary, who whs unwell, Mr. Lord took telnporury charge of his duties. A cliullenge was received from Ilay to play a match 011 a day tu lie named by the B iliunukl Cricket Club. Mr., Lord informed the meeting that the secretary had replied to this letter stating that thu B.C.C. would he glud to accept the challenge, but could only fix a date after consulta tion with tho delegates of the district clubs, viz : — Paika, Canully, and Yangu. The secietury was therefore in structed to write to these delegates asking them to meet 011 Saturday, the 3rd proximo at 9 p.m., to discuss this mutter. Mr. Fisher wus then appointed to represent the Balranald Club at this meeting,. The next subject was tlie pii'rchuseof new cricket umterinlH;.i(| w'us,m-nii6ne-t' tliut it would require fully L20. to buy a new outfit. The chairman spoke in very ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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