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

Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Coughs, Influenza... — Tile sootning pro perties of these medicament's render thom well: worthy of trial in all diseases of the Kings: In- common colds and influenza the Pills taken internally and tlie Ointment rubbed externally are exceedingly eflicacious. When influenza is epidemic this treatment is easiest, safest and surest. Jlolloway'j Pills and Ointment purify tho blood, remove all: obstructions to. ita froo ciroulotion through, tlie lungs, relievo' the over gorged au tubes, and rendar respiration free without reducing the strength,, ir ritating tiie nerves, or depressing the spirits. Such are the ready means of saving suffering v.Tien aiflcted- with colds, coughs, bronchitis and other com plaints by which so many are seriously and' permanently afflicted in most countries.. Tiie following particulars of tlio perfor mances of Hutchena and Clarke, the English and Australian champion pedestrians,, liai-o heen compiled : — Harry Hutclicna ia 29 yea...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

|;Card.]; \DR. C. W PARDEY, M.B., et.,. Ch.. B., Has Commenced Peactick ii? 8;WAN HILL, .&nd may be Consulted Daily at his RcHidPi.ee,, CAMPBELL. STREET, SWAN HILL, ^he glitieiw JUcorfrer WEDNESDAY, 9th FEBRUARY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maternity. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Maternity. I hold two dainty littla foot Clasped in my warm nnd loving hand; Bo soft and pink, they euro must bo Two rose-leaves blown from fairyland. I hold a wco and helpless form Pressed aloscly to my happy heart— My, baby 1 mino of right divine — Tho right of pain — a mother's part. 0 beauteous lito I so fair and now, That yesterday was blent with mino 1 0 wondrous bouII bo lately Sprung A sparklet from tho Source Devine ! God's prcoious gift, you coma to mo Embodied in this little form ; My bouI accepts its happiness As flowers tho sunshino soft and warm. My browseema deolied by coronet, The fairest earth bas ever seen — Tho diadem of motherhood — 'Tis Nature's hand that crowns me qneen. What realms are opened to my sight 1 I tread tho regions of the blest ; And all because this littlo form Lies folded holpless on my breast.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Balranald Uacing Olub. ANNUAL MEETING) OK ffiastcr Monday & Tuesday, April II tli and I3th, 1881. Illiberal programme in futiiro inane. G, LOBSKY, Hon. SfC. GRAND MONSTER - TO BE HELD AT KELLY'S Bridge House Hotel) , ?. . ON # ' 8T, PATRICK'S BA Tfv Programme in a Future Issua. Sports. Sports, ST. PATRICK'S DAY, A GRAND Programme of SPORTS will be carried out at Mrs. ROAT'S Shamrock Hotel-, ou St. Patrick's Day. Full ? particulars in future adver tisements. Balranald Town Common. NOTIC& AjN^T Person or Persons fouml tun ning in Horses or Removing ?Stock from the Common after tliia ?date without permission from tire Herdsman, will be proceeded against ?according to law. By order of the Trustees. ARTHUR A. WILLIAMS, Secretary Balraiiald, 9th February-, 1887 Balranald Tdwn Common. APPLICATIONS will be voceived up to Wednesday, the 16th inst., ttor the position of SECRETARY to the Trustees of tlie Bulrau&ld Town Common. Applicants to state salary required -pfx an...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Sydney has spoken 'with no uncertain sound on the maia issues put before the oountry by Sir. Henry Partes. Such a decisiyo victory fos the principles of freedom ill commerce, in our metropo lis is a death blow to the mixed lot of dema- ogicaspirantsforpolitical honors, who have been posing beforethe people of thocountry lately, under protectionist aliases of a most peculiar and varied description. As we have previously said, we respect an out and out Honest pro tectionist, but those candidates who try to gull tlie electors with a variety of. borrowed pluinos,. and patched up colours, whereon are to be seen the words, ' moderate,' ' discriminating,' 'fair trado.' and. other, kindred watch words of a like hazy naturo,. to those candidates who como disguised, thus, i treatment like that awarded to the jackdaw of fablo history should be meted, out,, how. a- press circulating in the pastoral districts of the Western divisiom of the colony can advocate any other than freetrado theories is...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

'lo i *.-? . . .% ' L si. . . To the . Residents of Swan ... i- ? ? ? ? i--. llill ami District. ?' '? '' I'' ' j A S..it,.i&,,out,. intention,. to mako .the i 1\ : Hiv -d riVm i Iliy.onlei- freely, eii'euhite 1 throughout Swan. Hill and. Distiict, we are ? making .arrangements, to have .all. the local, linfomiationii about, your iDistriot .fully ' re-' i corded, in our , columns, -and hope, by these means, to establish, a connection among you. ti Having, at .present, a ? good - circulation ^throughout Riverina, winch, we liopo to in-: ? .urease largely on the. Victorian side of the *.;ilurrayi , The Recorder will therofoiio be aj ^ i good iuedipm for Advertising/and the Rates1 ^l^ing .Exceptionally. Low,. should be. a great J I'inducement to', advertisers... j We. therefore jhopo.to receive from you a liberal share of support., t',i , | si. .. i., ; Subscription per quarter, 6s. in advance,! . 7B..on credit.i i . -.. s.i, -. ? . ' l. J.OB PRINTING in. .all ita branches at t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Two Women and a Mouse. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Two Women, and a Slonse. ' Frances,' said Aunt Pennifeather in a ter rible whisper, ' are you asleep ? ' I started from the bed, Oh, no ; what do yon want I ' r ' I hate to have you get up,' said she, peer- ? ing over the bannistorat me, as I peered up at her, ' but there's something in the bed. I think it's a mouse.' Now Aunt Pennifeather has an uncomfort able degree of moral courage, a3 all uerfricnds know, and in thatstrength o£ spirit that holds its own against gricE and pain, or the great mysteries, she is magnificent, but confront her with a creeping thing and a child could lead her. ' Why didn't you double him up in the bedclothes ? ' ' It has got in the pillow case, Frances. Oh, don't let him out I ' jumping upon that throne of necessity, a cbair. ' Don't scream, Aunt Pennifeather, I havo the end secure, but it isn't as plump as a mouse. I believe it's a bat. I'll take bim to the window and shake him out.' But the thing wouldn't shake out, and as the children were now arouse...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

' LWAL SEWS. ' Mr. W xlkixsok will address the Electors of Balranald at tho Mttsouic Hull to-night. Mr. Vt'ilkiiisou's address to the Electors ftp pears in our columns, uud the general tenor of it, ia of Bueli a nature, that all those who wish for better government, and sounder principles than we hare been used to in this colony during the past twelve moitths of Jennings-Dibbs incapacity must give a moat uriq,ualiliud support. Mr. Wilkinson arrived in balranald yesterday aftenoou, escorted in to the township by a number of representa tive local residents who drove out to meet our late member, aud we hope our future re presentative, and bade him welcome to this part of this Electorate. Mr. Wilkinson, cordially taanking those who escorted him into the town, tor tho o^uite unexpected mark of esteem for him as their Parlia mentary representative during the past number of years. Clhvkp. AitnEST; — A clever arrest was mudo ou Friday, a short distance below Eus ? ton. It appears thutSunior...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Swan Hill Hotel PATRICK GLENNYV Proprietor.' BE6S to inform' the public tfiat lie* liai first-class Hccodimodalibii for visitors.' Loose £oxes and Good Slalllitig.' Best Brands of Wines,' Boers,' and' - Spirits.' 6'ood' Billiard' liable!' Splendid Music Hall, 68 x 27, ijiiit-' able for Dramatic Performances, Cou-' certs and Dunces E.- H. FARRANT,* Etii^dresser,1 Tobacconist,' aid'' Fancy Goods,' Newspaper Ageiil:.' r GENT FOR 'Age,' g 'Leader, Xjl ' Australasian,' ' Argus,' ' Sket-' clier,' 'Spor'tsinan,' ' family Heiald,' 'Australian. Journal,' 'Once a. Week,' ' Punch',' ' K'erang' Times,'. 'J Illustrated Australian News,'^ ' Sydney Bulletin,' 'Sydney Mail,' 'Echo,' ' Herald,' and ' Riverika' IIecorderJ' I). Atkinson, » Oheniist' afia*- i-Mggist) KERAllSTGl* 6faer's ' by Post' Promptly Attended t-x' Dentisiry CARRIfilis AND' F6R^j5illJl2irQ; AGENTS,' BOOET & 3£E®A3-reV Agents .it Bt»rfc..,for t&iT. National Mutual Life Afefefioiitioo '

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

TELE«ItA»3S„ (from our owm correspondent) Wentwoiitu. 'Wentworth Municipal election for Aldermen Henry West, 114; Henry George Price, 104; John Leary, 100. Tho two former were declared elected The closest contest ever held in Went worth. Auditors elected, Henry Flood, John Charles Gilligan. Sydney, February 8. Mr. Loret Davis, Free-trader, has entered the lists for Canterbury. Mr. T. B. Bailey ha'srotircd from Forbes and announced him self for Molone. A quantity of liquor been sold by a private housekeeper, and wan eeizod by tho police on Sunday night in Sussex-street. A Kanaka, suffering from Ioprosy, escaped from Little Bay hospital, and was captured at Parramatta. Samuels beat Malone yesterday easily in the 150 yards raco on the C:irrington ground. Ms' Lysaght had n stormy meeting at Bulli. Messrs. Taylor, Black aud Haynes had a successful hearing at Mudgee. Mr. G. A. Lloyd has been asked to- stand for Durham. Mr. Joseph Bemer, a new candidate for the Bogan in the free trado Inte...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

General NeW^. .The' great popularity, of Lord Ran dolph Churchill with the country is'due to the 'fa:ct that he was ostracised from Court arid from Marlborough ' Houfie. T The hew* public'; buildings at Sand-, hurst, are approaWiing completion', arid will be opened for public . business' shortly, The cost of the building when! finished will be over £50,000. This liandspme structure is erected ifi Rosa lirid Park, the following departments will be accomodated within1 its. walls : — Post and Telegraphs, water supply,' land and survey; sub-treasury, and police officers. .. The Royal . Commission on Vegetable' Products will, ori the 1 6th inst., .pro ceed to Iverang, where, on the follow ing day/ they Will examine' witnesses. Thence they will proceed to Swan Hill and commence the inspection of the re serves down thd Murray vested' in the Agricultural Colleges Council. Con tinuing a westward course, they will go' to Adelaide, Where they will take. evi- dence on agricultural products. It ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General Election Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

General Election Returns, St. Leonards — Sir Henry Parkos and Mr. Ives, unopposed. East Sydney— Messrs* Burdokm, Reid, M'Millan, and Street. Newtown.— Messrs. Foster, Gibbs, aud1 Paw kit:. Redfern — Messrs. Sutherland^- Schey, Farnell, and Stovens. Balmain-— MoBsrs. Garrard, Smith, and Hawthorne-. West Sydney — Messrs, Abigail, Kethel, Mcrriinan, and O'Conuor. South Sydney — Messrs. Riley, Wise, Withers, and Toohey. Newcastle — Messrs. Ellis and Fletcher.. Glclie — Messrs. Wilkinson and Chapman, Burrowa — Slattery. | Upper Hunter — Hon. J-. F. Biirira. Nepean — Mr. Leee boat Mr. Smith By a majority of 18.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Menindie. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

Menirtdie; (?FROll O'ik COB'KEsfnsDiST.) „ February 3; After a lengthened spell of very hoi weatlict- we fid've been' blessed with 'a delightful change in the shape of a day's good steady rain,' which commenced at daylight yesterday inorning, and con tinued all day and part of last night,- a tbtrfl of 151 points b«ingregisterecT'. It is still cloudy atid .threatening,' and we may have a few showers more. What we have had, has had the effect' of cool ing the air and rendering the nights almost cold. It was sadlv wanted as the' fe69 about! here waff getting; a very dry look, but will now freshen uj) a8RI'n- .. . ,v. ..., The river is falling fast, and' is now within the banks again.. The coach crossed' the punt oh Tuesday night last fqf the first time for six months, and the roads are now getting passable, though'' some of tJio creeks ard a bit boggy yet. ? _ 1 , . , . t ? A mishap' occur'ed at the' damming ? of Menindio Lake the other night. The embankment of sand-bags wis finished u...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
THE WORLD'S GREAT ONES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

THE WORLD'S GREAT ONES. In a brilliant article in ' Macmillian's Magazine' the following occurs : ? 'Lamb's Letters from first to last are full of the philosophy of life ; lie is .as sensible a man as Dr. Johnson. One grows sick of the expressions, 'Poor Charles Lamb, 17 'gentle Charles Lamb,' as if he were one of those grown-up children of the Leigh Hunt type, who are 'perpetually Tieesrinir and borrowing through the round of every man's acquaintance. (. harles Lamb earned his own living, paid his own way, was the helpor not the helped : a znaa who was beholden to none, who always came -with gifts in his hand, a shrewd man capable of advice, strong in counsel. Poor Lamb indeed I Poor Coleridge, sobbed of his will; poor Wordsworth, devourec? by his own ego ; poor Southey, writing his tomes and deeming himself a classic ; poor Carlyle, with) his nine -volumes of me moirs. Call these men poor, if you feel it decent to do so, but not Lamb, who was rich in all tlmt makes life valuable o...

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THE DEATH OF MR. HORATIO ROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

1'ilK DiiAl'H ui' MR; HORATIO ROSS, fEONDON DAILY TELEGRAPH, DSO; 8 V On Monday last, Cm ptuiir Horatio H'osh — perhaps tlie grandest,, munliesty anduiiOHt liigli-iiMixl'ed: all-round Hports aian that any country ever {traduced — brent lied his last nt Ro.sk in Lodge-, In verness', Of him it might with truth Bs said, paraphrasing and translating th« Lutin words inscribed- by Bv. JclniHon upon Olivet' (Joldsiw'th's monumonb in- . Westminister Abbey, tihut t there' was no kind of sport whieh Re left untouched, u-id that he tondifid none without adorning it.' , Borrt in JTmfarsbiro at the conimmicenient o? this century, Horatio Ross entered a Dragoon regiment not long- ufter tfce battle of Waterloo, und from that day ttni.il Monday liist liis name was never mentioned, without the profoundest aj miration and' respect us a cross-country rkl'err an athlete, a -yntchsman, » denr atalker, a- wielder of the gun and rifle, at pedestrian,- aud a fisherman, na had no equnl in his youthr and tha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, i ^toclV awt ^nlucvs;. aui'tioucct'S, muL gaud gmrotfr ? BALlliLRALV. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to t-RAW UP APPLICATIONS Undei' the' Crown Lands Act of 188-4,^ And- p'ias through tho' : LAJSTD OFFICE, Also appears at the t Local Land Court, i And attend to any '? iix® isarssNEss Entrusted to them .TkiII information nnd particulars on Xand Mutters to lie hud from - . MALCOLM h BEATY,. Bulrunuldi. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 185S'.- PAID UP CAPITA t — .£500,000, with power to increase to -£1,000,000. Eebervi Fund— £280,000;. HEAD OFFICE i Sydney. 1LONDOX OFFICE : 2 Ktsa William Street, E.C Branches throughout New South Wales and Queona* land : Agents in all tho other Colonic aud in Grca Britain, America, India, China; and correspondent tho principal cities of the worfcL Tha Bank discounts bills, grants cash crcdTU, maies advances on approved security, negotiates produce tills and documents, ib^ued dr...

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

Hotels Balr&ii&id Hotel ' '' -Mrs. ML./ J.. jfct'UXK hi hMH-Un#e to ii»f fritni'ds nni) the ?- Sml.-aVour to wat It.iiiay oompn'h'irfavi'liraUy \vith the lefttling M«trnji»Htoa ttutelB in .aUi^ctlyencss antl t0Eybry UtWiitioft phii to Uoahie'ra and ViHiUjftii ? ; '' ... I .. -The largest and nlost ttointnbrtiotis lionse . Sii.-towiiL ^ViniSt UW & the £U\$t ^ritiuts iU £t«fe» iPii'st class Stabling Milliards. it X mur^v, ' ?d'lOprietlesa. ' . - a.mer,X,!^ //. dommerci&l Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHER.^, faoPRtKT6|S. M ' IeSSRS. M'MAHOX SROS. to notify to tlie puMie of l3nl J-anahl mi'l ilistritt. tlisii they hiiVe taken the above Well-known Hotel, iuicl Ijope by giving evfei-y attention; to In em a Fait* shin e of suppot t. - Every accommodation'; with hotiie Ci-'llfol't8i '?Satllplh 'Rooms ibi- Gonimeiciul U'liivellurs. . ? ' 1 Good Billiard 'Table. .. Fii'st class Stabling Accmiinindatimi; - . ? ?' Bust BratidsnlwtnM kfpt. M'MAHON feROg Boyal Hotel, COURT ST...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. — O — JRiverhia iitcorder Office, ' TaeddnV ISvenrnir. i We 'were glad to welcome a pleasant I change in a fall of mnch needed raiu onWed . cesd&y last; which, continued steadily tlie greater part of that day, with showery in. tervala on. Thursday morning, this rain ap pears to. have been general e.ll arec these districts as reports beiow testify tou ?? Stock Movemeuts^ — 4,000 sheep crossedlat Euston. lust Saturday, from Avoca (Vic) for Gob&n district.. The rivor began to rise rapidly fast Thurs day, the rise being caused by heavy rains above.. The following rainfall ia reported Bal ranuld, GO points.;- Yanga, 70 ;. Canally^ G8 ; Euatoii, 59 ; Aloulamein, 28 ; D. Block, 120 : IvanhoG. 120 ; Moasgiel, 75, Junction, 125 ; Dowdican's 159 , Paika 65 ; Eoxdale, Cd ; ! Hatfie d, 138 ; Wentworth, 48 ; Pooncario, 107; Monindie, 151; Wilcaunia, 15; Tilpa, 20 ; Hay, 100 ; Urana, 84.. Rivers. — Hay, 1 2ft;. Wagga, 5ft ; Gunda gai, 5ft ; Balranald^ 10ft 9in...

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SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

SHIPPING Meatus. Pcrmawan,. Wright and Co^ repsrt under yeaterday's data, the arrival of tho steamer Emma, fron* Kefcoca, with cargo stores und producer an d sails fur Ecbuca to.day. The Ferret ia expected 'to leare Echuca early.

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Miscellaneous. Changes of Half a Century. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 February 1887

iibisccltancous. Changes of Half a Century. After nil interval of more than fifty-years, (says O.ive.- Wendell Hcl i 0 .) I propose taking a, second look nt somu parts of Europe. This will give my readers as well ns tho writer, a vacation to which we both seem entitled. It is a Rip Van Winkle experiment which I ain promising myself. The changes wrought by half a century in the countries 1 have visi ted amount almost to a transformation. I lett the England o£ William the Fourth, o£ the Duke o£ Wellington, of Sir Robert Peel; the France oE Louis l'hillipc, of Marshal Soult, of Theirs, o£ Guizot. I went from Manchester to Liverpool by the new railroad, the only one I saw in Europe. 1 looked upon England from tho box of a stasc coach, upon France from the coupe of a diligence, upon Italy from the chariot of a vctturino. The broken windows o£ Aspley House were still boarded up when I wns in London. The as phalt pavement was not laid in Paris. The obelisk of Luxor was lying in its great b...

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