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PUDDINGS AND SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
I'UDDIN'GS AND SWKBTSi I Baked Applk Puddino.— Ingredients- Six large apples (grnted), three tablespoon fills -of butter, quarter pound sugar, 2 eggs (whites and yokes beaten separately), juico of one lemon, nnd half the grated rind; pnstrv. Method— Beat tbo butter nnd sugar into a crcain,. Btir in the yolks, tho lemon, the grated apple, and lastly tho whites of the eggs. Lin a dish with pastry, pour in tlio mixture, and bake till nicely browned. This 1 is best. cold,
MEAT AND POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
MKA.T AND rODLTRY. 11 hef Oaicus.— Ingredients — Orio pound of under-cooked roast beef, quarter pound of hnin or bacon, a tenspoonful of sweet herbs, seasoning of peppor nnd salt, one large egg. Method— Mince the beef and ham, add herbs, and mix with the egg— which must be previously well beaten— bruBh each cak'c ovor with n littlo white of egg, cover with broad crumbs, aud fry quickly for fivo minutes. . rui.i.ED Turkey. — Ingredients— Romnins of cold roast or boiled turkey, milk ' to cover it, thickened with a littlo flour, a few slices^ of bacon, rolled nnd tonsted. Method— l'ako tho romainB of a roast or boiled turkey and pull tho whito part of the meat from tho bones with a fork, so that it is in small Btrips. Put this into a saucepan and cover with milk, thickened with a littlo flour. (A Bprig of niace steeped in tlio milk and removed before it is thickened will bo found an improvement:) In tho mean time joint and grill tho leg, lay this on a hot dish, pour the pulled turkey r...
HOUSEHOLD. FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
. nOUSEUOLV. ? . l'XSU. , . Cuiiuied Ovsteiis. — Ingredients — Twtf' dozen oysters, 1 onion, 1 tablcspoonful of curry- powder, 1 desert-spoonful of flour, 2 onnccs butter, juice of lomon. Method— Chop tho onion up quite fine, mix tbo curry-powflor, flour, iuul butter to gether, and put nil these ingredionts Into a stewpan, and simmer till of a nice brown, Btirring all tho time ; add tbo liquor of the oysters and tho lemon-juice, nnd boil to gether for five minutes. Put in the oysters, boil up once, and sorvo with a disli of rlcc.
Ladies Column. Her Will and Her Way. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
3La£-ies Column. Jlev Will and Her Way, Ilcr papa stormed and her mamma cried ) Laura sinileil nnd said, ' We'll sec ; A snap for nil your family pride. My Will's good enough for nio.' They raved and vowed 'You shall not get wed ; We'll shut you up nig'ut nnd day.' But Laura smiled on and sweetly said, ' Whore there's n Will there's a waj.' Will thought so, too, and ono dark midnight The maid grow sick just to suit ; Four doctors came, so that science might O'er her symptoms hold dispute: By^somo queer chance Master Will was - there, And, ns I hear the folks say, The 'doctors ' left them n wedded pair — u Where there's a Will there's a way.' The row, next morning, began with' minx,'' lint beforo the sun had set Arrangements were made to hold high -. jinks, And the word was changed to ' pet.' Will was happy as a lark in the sky. So ended this littlo play ; The old folks were pleased, and Laura why, Sho had her Will nnd her way. The Strange way in which the re searches of archa;ology ...
Sydney Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Sydney Stock Report. Messrs. Wilkinson nnd Lavender roport under date 1st Decoiiiher as tinder : — Fat Cattte — There was a slightly improved tone for prime light-weight cattle, but prices are still low. Fat Sheep — Biddings were not very animated, aud we cannot quote any im provement in valuo. We sold 454 eives for Messrs J!eid and Slmw, at 61 lUd ; 81 sec onds at 5s 0d ; 21 wethers at 8s 2d ; 828 wethers for G. II. Burclier, at 7-s lOd ; 42 seconds at 7s ; 142 ewes at 6s 9d ; 370 wethers for W. Alston, ICaq., at 7s lid to 8s 4d ; 35 culls at tis lid; 1076 OW6H for Measis. Iteid and Shaw, at 6a Id; 527 nee oiida lower, and 20 wether* at Oil. Fat Lambs — Small supply forward this week, and satisfactory prices ruled.
Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
? Science. Instantaneous Pictures — It is a com mon remark that instantaneous pictures vory often fail to convey the idea of motion, nlthougli wo know vory well from the nature of tho subject that tho objeot must have boon moving nt tho time it was photograpkod. Dr. Eugen Drelier, in Die Natur, has somo very pertinent remarks on this point in an nrticle 011 ' Tho Appearance and Reality In pictures.' Dr. Drelier maintains that ' it is clearly im possible for an artist to give the exact appear ance of motion. Ho can only seize n given instant or Btage, nnd so manage that it shall represent itself as the effect of the preceding stage and the causc of the following ono. A sword-blow must bo represented at a deoisivo point, not at a stage in the descent of the weapon, else tho ilitision will bo destroyed ; a pendulum in motion, not nt the bottom of its course, where it would seem lo bo at rest. In painting a galloping horso, no stage of the exact motion is reproduced. The instan taneous ...
Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Balranald. Aiverina liecoriltr Ollieej Tuesday Evening. Tho rain which was fulling when we \\ ent to press lust 'I uesday evening, continued more or less through U'cduesd.iy, Thuraduy, oud Friday, registering one o£ the heaviest falls wo have had for some time ; since then tho weather hua been warm, but to-ila}' lias been a ' Uurliug' day with prospects of fur ther rain to cool the atmosphere. This, rain lniB been most beiioticial fur, as well as bring, uig on splendid grecu feed for summer, it lias laid what grass seed had liut lallen. The rain as will he seen by the dill'ereut reports given below, seems to bo general all over the district, although some places- have received in little more in. excess of others* iiay-inaking hus. been much interfered with owing lo the continuous ruin, and tlioso who are not provided with good hay shells or o.thor substantial coverings fur their hay stacks have suil'ered most, the cro|-s are, however, exceptionally good,, being, clean in stem, and f...
Traveller. A FORBIDDEN DANCE. The Wild "Hula-Hula" as Danced by Ten Beautiful Maidens. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
ftvavellq:. | ' A FOIlltlliimN DANCE. The Wild 'U ttla-llitfa' as Drtnccd by Ten Beautiful Maidens. Among the forbidden amusements of tho Sandwich Islnnds dancing what is known as tho '-hula-hula.' A reporter, now nt Honolulu, attended ono of theso dances recently, nnd gives the following description of it: I was invited by a native chiof, whoso ac quaintance I had formed, to go with him to witness n real hula-hula, a genuine dance of tho good old times, I eagerly accepted his kindness, nnd at 9 o'clock ono beautiful evening we started for the rendezvous, a na tive house, grass thatched and walls of slcn dor cane-work. Arriving thoro we entered a largo room, on tho floor of wliioh a num ber of native spectators Jay strctchcd on soft mats. Room was made for us, and we lind hardly taken our seats before a curtain, which was strclohod at tho far end of tho room, was drawn and tho entertainment commenced. First, tho musicians entered nnd sat down on ono end of tho stage, -which was simp...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
As we mentioned in a short paragraph in oar last issue, there is a great agita tion on foot at Wycheproof, Charlton, and other places in that district of Vic toria, to get the railway extended from there to Milduraund Wentworth. This agitation was first started some time ago in Donald, whose inhabitants, how ever, favour a different route — through their own township — leavinc' Wvche proof and Charlton on the eastern side of the line, and was then quite recently taken up by the two latter plaees. What ever the merits or demerits of either line may be, does not very closely con cern us, but what does concern us — and very seriously too — is tho fact, that if this agitation l. ears fruit — and a well organised agitation nuarly always pro duces ut least liome result — The con struction ot tho Kerang-Swnn Hill Bail way will shelved for years to come. As yet the western and south-western por tion of Victoria is neither densely po pulated nor sufficiently pioductive to support two railway...
Sketcher. The Rothsckilds. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
? ? - ? ' ? ' Tho Hothschiiiis. A work lias recently been issued in London entitled, 'Tho Iiothschilds— tho Financial liuler3 of Nations.' Tho author,' Mr, John lleevcs, gives an interesting account of tho rise of tho great family of linanciore, whoso ancestor was the huniblo Hobrew, Mayer Amschel liothschild. From being dealers in old coin in an unpretending shop in tlio Judengasse, in Fraukfort, tho founder of tho family and his sous rose within a quarter of a century, by their skill nnd financial nbilitic3, to bo tho trusted friends and advisers of tho reigning princes of Europe. Tho etornal want of tho latter — money — was tho opportunity of theso skilful manipu lators of loans. But Mayer Amschol was greatly 'trusted. IIo Was financial ngentof tho Landgrave William IX, of Hesso Cassol, and as such collcctod the dividends of tho bulk pf ihat prince's largo fortune, which was invested in the English funds, a3 being at that time tho only safo nnd trustworthy investment. To quoto th...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
[?] Errata.— In our report of the last Cricket Club meeting, we inaao a slight error which the hou. Secretary has kindly corrected by a letter he scut us on the day of our Jast iaauo. Tho letter recoivod from Hay ro a match to bo played between tho two clubs is not a challenge, but only a preliminary in quiry which would be tho most suitable titno for the B.C.C. to accept a challenge, to which the hou Secrotnry of our crickot club replied that he would bring tho matter be foi'o the next meeting, not, as we stated, that he accepted tho challeugo ou behalf of tho club. Thomas M'Qce, remanded from Balranald to Wilcaunia on a charge of bigamy, and found guilty at the Quarter Scssious ut the latter place, was brought up for sentence on Wednesday, tho 30th ult. Accused stated -u his defence that he received a let* ter froin his first wife when confined in gaol at Hay, stating that she had a separation and would not live with him again, ho consc* queutly thought himself free. His Honour mu...
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
-3oob Stories.' A Baby's Plea. — Them is a littlo tow headed clinp of three years who calls mo ' papa.' wc aro tho best of friends in tho world, nnd yet we sometimes have our little ' differences. And I am sometimes surprised nnd rebuked by the unconscious eloquence of that dear little lad's pleadings' for the rights of children, and for some consideration of their fcelinirs and their juvenilis infirmities of character. Somehow wo fathers and mothers do forget at times that wo were children once, and like-minded with theso littlo ones of oure. Tho remembrance of our own littlo ' licart-aclics nnd our childish grievances seem to havo gone from us. I was ctoes when I went home the other night. A man had pulled tho smoke o£ a chonp cigar into my face all tho way homo in tho car ; another fellow had munched an apple in my ? ? oar ; something had gone wrong at tho office, and ten times worso than all, I fell Headlong on a slippery placo before my own .. 7': door in full view of nil tho g...
Balranald Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Balranald Races. I The following aro the Nominatious (or tho Christinas Handicap and Handicap Hurdle Race : — HANDICAP. Mr. J. M'Intyre, junr., (uu) blk or br h' Protos (.hand, 3 ym Mr. J. M'Intyre, junr., (n») b g Apollo, 0 ym Mr. A. Lawrence's b m Bellonn, agod Mr. D. Fly uu's b or br g Khedivo, S yr« HURDLE RACE. Mr. Chas. Lewis's cli g HarUaway, aged Mr. A. Lawrence's ch in Suubcum, aged Mr. J. M'Intyre, juni., (ns) b g Apollo, 6 yrs
Caves of Vultures. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Caves of Vultures; The writer has, for the last few years, of fered a liberal -reward for a set of vulture eges, and numerous have been the attempts of both hunter and urchin to procure them, with one common result— they werennable to find wherejhey nest. llelieTinp that the Pacific condor nests somewhere in the Sespe Mountains, I deter mined to make one grand effort, if possible, to obtain the eggs. After considerable search. I finally discovered thelocalitv whcie the=e birds bring forth' their young. High up in one of the deep, dark gorges that put into the turbulent Sespe, a few milts above IJevil's Gate on the west side o£ the stream, at an altitude o£ more than four thousand . feet, the home of the vulture was discovered, with all its strange and peculiar features. Climbing up the rocky gorge, to a point where a perpendicular wall of rock filty feet high stopped any further progress, and following along the base of the rocky cliff a few yards, I observed a cluster of pine- tree...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
? ? ? I-.. MALCOLM & BEATY, Stock and Station Agents, VALUERS, Auctioneers nnd Land Agents, BALK ANIL E-, JlGENTS FOR — The AustraUsian Mortgage and Agcncy Co Limited J. C. Walker and Co. Pormownn, Wright and Co , Limited Victorian Insurance Company Tho Australian Mutual TrovMont Society Risby's Naramlera Fine Timber. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITA L — .£500.000, | with power to. increase to .£1,000,000. IiEKRarc Fc.vd— £200,000. ? ? HEAD OFFICE: Sydney. . QFFICE : 2 Kitto William Strhxt, E.C BranchcB thTOtiRhout Ncw^outh WnJcs and Queens* and : AfftmU in all tho other Colonics and In Great Britain, Amcrica, JmHn, China; nnd correspondent tho principal cities of the world. ' tho Bank discounts hills, grants cash credits, makes advances on approved security, negotiates produce bill86nddocnment!«, IsKues drafts or letters of credit ? tid negotiates or collects bills payable at any o tho iabovc-naintd places or cUewhorc, at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Balranald Hotel [ 0 r ' (TATTERS ALL'S) '7 * 'Mrs. M. J. MURPHY '' ' to^announco to horfrienils and th-5 public, that she ba9 now taken tho It 'may compare favourably with theicadiiig Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveness and i cemfortf. ? j TCvery attcution paid to Boarders and ) Visitors. ~ | The largest and most commodious house -in to\vn» i Win#, it« giwute irttwtys iu i' First-class Stabling., Billiards. M. J. MURl'HY, ? Proprietress, I ''. , '^lMEKY'S l' Commercial Hotel, ; M'MAHON BROTHERS, J* ' PlloPIUETORS. \ MESSRS.- Si' MA HON l^ROS. l-Rg | j_'l_ to notify to the piiblie of Bal | ranald ? and idistrict, .that: tjiuy ; have taicen the.^ljove wellj-known llotei, mid Lope - by ,;giviii^; ,ey«ry/ atte'utiou,' to Biorit aifHir/'shaie of , support. Every., accommodation, . with home comforts, ? \8amplei,,B«om?''.!,'for .'.\Oomme»a«l Trayeilers.,:,;'',',' -Good Billiard Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. ? Best Brands always kept. , , , M'SfAHON BROS. Wakool Hotel, ©ii t...
Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
Melbourne Wool Report. [by electric tklkoraph.] Melbourne, December 5. Dalgetty and Co. report as follows : — Our wool .sale to--tay was very largely at tended, and as anticipated, from tho hotter sows from London, biddings were remark* ftbiy biisk and an improvement in prices was manifested, last week's depression being fully recovered. 18U0 bales were offered, ami 1600 sold at very satisfactory prices — Superior greasy merino to ;'£-mnI, *£d to 9d ; inferior to medium; tid to' 7£d ; medium, to Sd ; gteaAy crossbred, to 8$d ; auperior greasy me.ino (lambs); to liijd ; scoured merino and crossbred, H'jjd ; medium washed merino, to U£d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
BOOTS. A. A. Williams BEG to advisn having purchased a parcel of BOOTS, which aro of the best quality, having been faithfully made lo his order und overhauled by an expert, therefoie he can r«commend them to those who desire a thoroughly good wearing Boot for tho least money. CLOTHING I have forwarded some capital lines in MEN'S and BOYS' SUITS, TROUSERS aud VESTS, Under [ shirts und Punts, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, &c., and respectfully draw the attention of'tlTfc Gents to the remark *ablfl value iu these special lines. Ill Manchester and Fancy Drapery I offer bargains of the most desperate character, and guarantee the quality of each line to bo uiore than vulue. LACES. I have forwarded some very special linetj in SILK LACES iu all the leudingand beautiful shades, and beg to draw tho attention of the Ladies to these. Auction Sale. Balranald Racing Club. Sale of Booths and Stalls. BOXING-DAY MEETING, 1887. Malcolm &, beaty win Sen by Public Auction at Tattersulls (Bal r...
Novelist. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
? — ~ — : ? ? ? ? ? \ . mooeliat. , T ^ DAYS OF CRIME TT;T'T Tt'.- AND YEARS OF SUFFERING' \ ? --»* [?] J' ' . GHAPTEjR' XXIX.— f Continue j) ^ 'But cntorpriso begets competition, \ and originality leads to imitation. Thus , it was that a -follow namod Bough, under ? Bontonoo to two years, took it'. into his hoad to do a littlo agoncy biisinoss for a moro . ordinary turnkey, and. was fast .'pookating all Ponton's cash ; and what was' ? - .mora embarrassing still, was gobting quite ? . familiar with tho mysteries' of tho osta ? blishnionb. It therefore bccamo im porativo to roniovo Hough, and Hough ) was aceoidingly roinoved to another gaol. ' , - - , Soino few days after Bough's removal, ? voi-y curly ono morning a lottor was bi ought to tho gaol gates, addressed lo ' tho shcnfl. Tho lottor was brought ? - ' into tho gaol ollieo. I took it from !,-(.? r-v tho turnkoy who handed it in, and as - v. i soon as I glanced at tho superscription , ' . I walkod over with it to Mr. Palmer's ?...
Poetry. The Might-Hare-Beens. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 7 December 1887
[?] r - The Mir/h t-L! a vc-lSccns, ' Thcro's a wonderful land in tho fur-off Where tho never-pleasant much TV' Has ovor ot homes a right goodly host, ? ^Encli built by a wish of such. ' .. ?: ' 'lis tho wonderful land of tho mighthave And 'tto watcr'd by longings dear ; ? i' ' . And tho present is past in .ill its scenc3, i ????-;- Aud tho future is always here. ! Z. v. . Thero, imagination may reign as god, j . liut each dweller inclosed is king . And rulor of part of the dream-like sod — ' ; Tho licli soil of Anything. . - ' ' 'X'is paved with desires all rich and raro; ] With hopes well-assiir'd at birth 5 T Each solitate lair is blissful and fair, Mko nothing on Mother Earth. '' -And there cometh a long never-ending v stream Of visitors, wild nnd weird ; From tho child with infantile sunshine beam '-r:- ' To tho man with tho hoar-frost beard. - And thoy wait but awhile to select their SIS.- _ A^aze with devouring eye ; Arid, tho faster things fade, the more thoy have got, : -Po...