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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 December 1887

Wanted* 'D ARBITERS Wanted, with Plant XI '^ifcix'Bi-ur, WANTED at Kulkyne, CONTRAC TORS Jwith Plunt. for erecting Wire Netting. Fence, For particular® ' apply Manager, Kulkyne, Notice. AMY Person found EN'TI?KING|6ti Puika Run with Stock without first having given pro|inr notice ut the Home S'.atiun, will be PROSECUTED. Notice by' post i» not legal notice, and will liuu t'U UUUtlflWI* F. MlACPHERiSOtf. lStilraimki Presbyterian €fiurclk TENDERS nre- iicvnby invited' for tfrer erection of a BELOK CHURCH in the town of B'ailranuld, ' Plans and specifications cun be' seew on application to the undersigned. Tenders returnable on or before' the' 30th December next. The lowest or any Tender not neees' sarily aoenpted, . V: . RICHARD BEATtfr- -r ;- : Hoiv. Sec, . : Balranald, 29th November^ 1887. '. ' EVSTOX JOCKEY €LUH. (Registered uudcr A.J.C. I'ules) NEW YEAK'S DAY MEETING, SIon(l:t3' and Tuesday, Slid and 3rd January, 1888. — [-] — l'ltKsWK.NT— \V. J. Itoukett. VlcK-I'llESIDKNT- K. M'M...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The American Wool-Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 December 1887

The American 'Wool-Duties. A few weeks ngo we published a let ter on the probable consequences of the abolishment of tho wool duties in the United S'ates, and we now have some further information which bear on the Rt.-itAmr-nf.R t.lien nutria If a reduction in the wool duties of the United States take place, it will not be without n bitter struggle. The manufacturers argue that if they are to do a world-wide trade- t.liev must have the wools of the world at their disposal. The exis'ing policy gives England an unlimited choice of raw material, and restricts the choice of America to the local article, nnd America suffers ac cordingly. But it is not to be thought that the wool-growers aro likely to Bub mit tamely to a reduction of the tariff advantages they havo so long enjoyed. Tims, in some papers on ' Possible Pre sidents,' a writer iu tho 'North Am erican Review' claims that the Repub lican choice Bhould be Senator John Sherman, on the ground — first, that Mr. Sherman will' command...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 28 December 1887

'itocai DinwsL At a' Court hehlut RTouiumein on tlie 20th iuHt. Serge;. ut; U. D. MouriU and Constable i M. Wyeruc of thu police foico wore unpoint ed collectors of- the electoral Koll lor tho ! Mouliimoiu portion ol the Murray elector^ S ; at*a. '? . Kust^n. --Racing fever lma V»roUe out' very Btrou^ in the locality of Euston, there are now hoitjus in trainintr for the- new years day lueetintf, aud no end of matches are* taking. place- One inultsh came off lieru on Monday, thu 10th for£o aaider distanoc ouco tound tlie course, between MrBeecher's bay gelding.44 Bon.'' and. Mr.. Tutors hay geiuiug ** roiey, tne iovmer winning o^ u head after a good race from start to finish, time Ijnin. yjsee , and 0.1 Saturday the 24th a Half' mile match came offiibr JT5 aside, bet ween Mr; 'K.Iiaycs: grey mare and. Mr A.. Mitchell's roau inure, the former winuing easily by five leugths. Wentwoiitii. — Henry West,, late Alder man of- Weutworth, waa on tlie 22nd inst committed to tako life trinl- on...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. Hard Water Deleterious. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Science. ?Hard f rater Deleterious. ' Our water is very hard here.' I have heard the remark over and over again from the heads of families living in the country, who never suspected that such hardness ren dered it injurious lo the health of tiie family. They would, and will — long after this paper ?is read and forgotten — be content to put an oyster shell in tho teakettle and a pinch of carbonate of soda in tho teapot, but they matte no attempt to sottcn tlie water .uiey drink or cook with. I'eople will tell you that' the boiling of water separates the insolublesalts.and renders the water soft. Tlio fact is that boiling softens what is callcd ' temporary harducss.' It is tho carbonate acid in the water which holds these insoluble earths up, but as soon as the_ gas is driven off by heat they are de posited, and form the well-known crust or 'fur ' of the teatettlc. Is. hard water really deleterious to tho health ? It will depend upon the amount ot mineral salts or earth it contains. A...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Farm and Garden. Attend to Your Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

anb 6nrben. Uj\l 'ZAtthitt to your Horses. \''J-\Sonns co&m'foddcr io desirable, i£ it can V-JJi?M)rocuro(J)- Had .1 supply should bo grown XjtCcrffif^rilet, corn fodder, or pen vines, ahd_jHifc.^Wlicn in blossom nnd cured for : hay. ''' Green food in the summer 13 often tho causo of serious indigestion, with its common results— colic nnd rapture of tho stomach, which is inevitably fatal. Such food should never bo given wet, or heated by fei menta tion after cutting, or in excessive quantity, nor when a horse ia weary. Clover or rye should bo cut after the duo is oil and before the heat of the day, and spread in the shade, to wilt, or in the afternoon, nnd left to wilt until the next day. A sprinkling of salt will tend to avoid trouble with such food, as it prevents fermentation. Water should always be given before feed -? ing, and never immediately afterward. Colic is often produced by copious watering soon nfter eating, nnd nlso by watering when tho *?; animal is hot. and ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

il h'. and Jlrs. JJow.ict. A few days ago we were speakingof water- ? melons nt the table, and I remarked that a lady acquaintance of mine, who does the bnyiSg'Jor her table, 'and 1-een ' stuck' on ' '? ' three different occasions with green melons. . ' Just like a woman snorted Mr. Bowser as he buttered his toa-t afresh. ' I don't suppose there is a woman in the country who . can tell a ripe melon irom a green one. . ' But the men can 1' '.Certainly. I shall send up a watermelon ? for dinner. It will be ripe and delicious. I shall select it at a giance.' , Tho melon came up about 10 o'clock and wa3 placed on tho iceuntiL dinner. When we were ready for dessert the girl brought it. in. It was as green a3 grass. Nature hadn't even begun to paint the interior of that melon red. I had to laugh. 'Well, what are you te-heeing about?' calmly inquired Mr. Bowser as he looked up. 'That melon!' * ' What about that melon I I see a melon here, but I don't see any reason to giggle.' '? I t's gre...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SCIENTIFIC SEVEN-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

SCIEXTIIIC si:ven~uv. | Miss Tapioca Whalebone wa=, beyond question, the belle of Jimtown, and easily wore the champion's belt for dark, oriental beauty. The highest style of dusky loveliness was hers, and she knew it, and everybody else knew it. She had so often carried of! the prize at cake walks that competition had be come a farce, and she had finally dropped out of contest to give the other girls, a cliancc. Her social position, too, was of the highest, as well it might be, in view of tho fact that her father, the Uev. Whangdoodle Whale bone, was the.pastor of the prosperous Zion church of Jimlown. The daughter was regarded as nothing less than an angel in ebony, and sang alto in the choir, and ail the young men envied the ba=3 and the tenor, though the former was a relic of the war of 1812, and the latter was known to . be so deeply in love with his voice that hia heart could hold no other image. 'Snitors? Why, Tapioca Whalebone was absolutely cncumbered by them, until thpy be...

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 XL. DAYS OF JOY AND YEARS OF GRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

IRoveUst. - DAYS OF CRIME* ? . AND YEARS Op SUFFERING ^ : '' Ax Aui'oinociKAriiy. (Repfiritod from ' Tlio Australasian' of - -,^'.1867 by Special Permission.) CHAPTER XL. , 'UAYS OF JOY ASIJ YKAIWOF GUIBI'. , . . , On the lOtli of Soptombor (no matter in wliat yonr) .1 stood boforo tho house in ? which Alico' dwelt. I cntorcd, and sho ! wnsulono, unchanged, loving, truthful, na she hnd been from tho first. It waa a lovo mooting, and as such had its charm for ourselves ; but to others it would bo desti tuto of interest, and so let it pass un closcnbod. J-llo lady of tho li on so, whou sho returned home, treated mo most court eously, and I waa privileged to visit.at any timo as a recognised suitor. 01 couso r couldn't livo upon lovo, and so I sought employment, and Succeeded in obtaining it. A Melbourna solicitor at that timo in oxtenaivo practice engaged i : mo at tlio liberal sajary of ,£(i porweck. l'oi- four weeks everything wont as pros perously as I could wish. At theondof that ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Meteorological Observations [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Meteorological Observations Maximum.- Minimum'. - January' 3':.. 104 CO ?J *... .. 7fl' 61 I : 5... 87-8 oa- 0.:.' 95- G8 ? „? 7... 99 58 ? : '. 8'... 109 58: ? , 9-... 110 00

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. Sent to Heaven [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

[?] Sent to Heaven I lind n message to scml licr, To her whom my soul loved best ; lint I liad my task to finish, And sho was gone to rest. To rest in tho fur bright heaven : Oh, so far away fiom here, , It was vain to speak to my darling, i1 or l knew sue could not hear I , fli ad a message to send her, i So tender, and true, nnd sweet, I longed for an angel to bear it, And lay it down at her feet. I placed it, one summer evening, On a cloudlet's ficccy breast ; ?? But it faded in golden' splendor, And died in the crimson, west. * 1 I gave it the lark, next morning, ' . ' And I watched it soar and soar ; 'f . But its pinions grew faint and weary, 'A'nd it fluttered to earth once more. ? To the heart of n.roao I told it ; And the perfume, sweet and raro, . Growing faint on the blue bright ether, ' ' Was lost in the balmy air. I laid it ypon a censer, ? ? 'i -And I saw the incense rise } . -But its clouds of rolling silver^' - Could not reach tho far blue' skies, I cried in my passio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Melbourne Wool Report. MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Melbourne Wool Report. [BY ELECTRIC TELBOTUf 8 ] Meleouene, January 10. i Dalgety and Co. report us follows : — Our VVudl Sale today passed off with great spirit, buyers being io- full attendance and .competition very koen. Wo offjred 1138 bales and' solil over 1000, with' very satis factory results.. Prices being decidcdly firmer, nnil especially acoureda than before' 'tho liolidttyPj.groasy merino sold up to 9J'l broasbred to !);1 j -.vaahed ineriuo, ]3Jd ; and' scoured merino 17d.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

A Gteat Problem — Take all the Kiduoy and liver MulicintSr — Taka all: the B/ooei purifiers, — Take all tho Rheumatic remedies,. — Take all the Vyspcpzia and indication' cures? — Taka all the Aqi ier Paver, aud Billions $pecifiC3r — Talco all the Brain aud -Nerve foicio revivers,, — Tako all tKo Great health restorers.. — I11 short, tako all tho bust qualities' of all. these, nnd tho: — best —Qualities of all the Boat' medicmca iu. the world,, and. you; will find that Dr.. Soulo's Amorican — Hojy Bitters have tho beat cura tive qualities amVpewui-sof all — Concentrated' —In. them), ami that thoy will euro when, any or all of these, singly or- — combined — l'ail,. A thorough, trial will give positivo proof oi tliisi. Hardened; Liver: Five years ago-I broUo down with Isid'noy and livor eomplaiutl and. rheumatism. Since then 1 havo been unable to bo- about 1 at all.. My liver bceamo hard, like wood ; my limbs wore pulled ui- and filled with water. All tho best physicians, agreed that n...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
bumor. Two Views of It. WHAT OPHELIA SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Tonmow Two Views of It. ' WHAT OPHELIA SAID. Alas 1 I gave him back his ring, And joy nnd youth and everything ' That brightness to my heart could bring With it was taken. Draw close tho crimson curtain, so, And shut tho sunlight from my woe j And if you love me, pray prcparo - ? A willow wreath for mo to wear — I am forsaken 1 WHAT I SAY. Let down my heavy hair, Lizette, ' And quick I my jewelled vinaigrette, I He callcd me ' cruel ' aud ' coquette,' And all is over. „ - : Ho only came last year from college', „ He's gained, I think, soma worldly know-.- i , ledgo Of how a girl can sigh and smile, - \ ? And bo a coquette nil tho while ,- V .. . . And as for mo, I.' ce gained a ring, \ A diamond, too, a costly thing. . . Lay out tho dress that Worth combined Of pink and azure ; I must find Another lover. a — Jl/iuna Irving. ' -Going to .Change.— He stodci; at thov'''::': corner of liourke nnd Elizabeth streets, lookr ' ing very thoughtful, when an acquaintance came along and slapped...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

MARR1AGKS. Pooth — Jones— At Balranalil' on tlio 23rd Dccembur, by tlie Rev. Alexander Hurdie, Presbyterian Minister, John Booth, to1 Alice, daughter of- Henry F. Jones, late of' Eaglelmwk, Victoria. .BuTTETiwowrH— Wilson — A't M'onlamein on tlio 28tU- Doeeniber, by the Ho v. Alex. ITardie,. Presbyterian Miuister, John Bntterworth/ to Elizabeth, widow of John i Wilson. ^ite- J{ii3£niia glecariev ' WEDNESDAY, 11 ih JANUARY'.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

General News-. The following is taken from tho Deniliqfiin ' Pastoral Times', .is worthy of the attention of tho followers of Isaao. Wallon.. The number of birds kill ed seems enormous and may well affect the sioclt of fixl! iv. our rivois,. we have often heard of tlio depradations caused by these birds,, but did not know that Government continued' to pay a pro miumi for their destruction.. During the year 1'887 there- havo- been 795 7' shags killed in this- district,, nud Mr. Wiltshire), the locul inspector of Fisher ies (las' paid out . the large sums ofL132 12 4'd for tlieia scalps;. Tho increase this year in. the number killed is an enormous one as compared, with the previous two years,, there being only 1145 scalps paid for in 1886 and 933 in 1885. The price paid is Gd per head for the lurgo birds: and- 4d per head for small ones, and all the- heads after being passed and paid for by the iiinpeotor liavo to bo burned iu the pres ence of n magistrate or a senior const able. TlU'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

That the-pastoral tenants' ot'i many1 of those in-tliB'inore remote' parts ' of1' the W-eatbru- Division of the' colony must, under' the- burthen' of' misfortune and' tniaohiovouB' legislation' eventually-' suc cumb in' the midst of penury- and abso lute ruin,-, no practical observer1 would dsre' gainsay, ? and1 it is not that the lessses are destitute of energy aud . a spirit of; enterprise for soilio' of them, whose n-uues we'need not repent, !have- a;stor» of 'go' and perseverance Bucbl as f&vrmefi' possess. But taking, the lessees us a whole there is a' great' wan^of'Unanimity with then). It was expectsd aft'er' the ' coming ? of age' of the Liud'- Bill of 11S84-;- allyolasses ofi lessees' would' occupy-' one common;- plntforiil' and- that the smull lessefff' created by th'«5' weaa ut» would-be' iv powerful auxiliary fcb-' the - former1 piisboral' tfcnantn, and al thon'gh-the old bones- of'contefttion and conflict were- temporarily withdrawn,1 wa now find the'situatifin ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Mildura. . From' the- ' Wentworth Advocate' ?we- take the following abridged report of m visit to- Milduru,. and interview . with- its owner by four gentlemen, each of n; representative dun-actor, and whoso ? subsequent action: is a strong- argu ment mi favour of tlin- selieme. The gentlemen were; The Rev. E. C. De Garis;, Wesleyaa clergyman, stationed at Siindhurst, and; President of the Trn^owol. Irrigation. Trust at Kerang, wlio is next to tho Chafl'ey Bros them selves, probably the best, known man in Victoria in connection with irrigation generally- Mr;. Edward Hollou-nyr J.P:„ a gentleman. than whom: none other is better known iri' the Kerang district in connection with pastoral pursuits.. Mr;. Temple Do liu Pole Temple- West, a gentleman. recently ar rived from England, has been so irn pi eased with: Mildura- that he has be come one of tlie largest purchasers, of its Town- and Horticultural Blocks ; and Mr;. N.. B. M'Kuy, a journalist ancT lhte proprietor of tfie- 'Numurkali- ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

itaal Thb Meetino of tho' Council which' was to have been1 hold last Wednesday night lapsed' for want of a quorum. The1 only Aldermen1 presont being- Alderirt an' .Grain and Alderman Grinham. ? Tho meetifig of the-' Balranald- f'ospital Comniitteo' also lapsed (in- Friday night for want o£-a quifum'J - the only members of Cortnhiteo present beiiiK- Mcssrs.-Smith' and; Richardson.' Mr. Repretary Garrettv upon 'the tranS feronce of tlid business' of the'rlsbbit- branch to the Departniftnt-of Lands, has, ? after'' con ferring with' Mr:'-Abigait, written 'a' minnEo, to which effect will bd given Spending -legis- lation.' Tho .minute reads- that- it is no' lodger propositi'' to impose the former con ditions - as to employiWent of rabbiters, and that the mitxinm -subsidy' lor-.destruiition to' be allowed 'to holders ' of infcstodMaud will id no instance be ' more thau one-foufth' of cost, in place of tliree.fourths, as herotb fore:: ' The reported case of supposed small pox Whiub we refor...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Meeting of Pastoralists. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Meeting of Pastoraliets. I The following aro tho resolutions which wore unnnimonsly adopted at a ] xricoting of Pastormlists held iu Hal ranald on the 27th Decmnhor, 1887', nnd which wo referred to inr .our local eo vs of Inst weak. 1. That in view of the action of tho Government in reforonco to tho am ending of tlio present Land nnd Rab bit Acts, it ia 'liilperativo tlmt tho Lossees and Residents of the Balranald portion of .the Western Division »t on no take united action1 to securu suclv legislation as will enable them to- hold their runs and; properties against the torriblo scourge of ra' hits, now threatening to destroy them. ,2. That a deputation of sit gentle men be appointed to g-'- to Sydney and remain there durin» the passing of the Amended Land and Rabbit Acts, and Be- empowered to do nil they may con sider needful in the interests of the set tlers and residontsin the Western Divi sion. 3. That this meeting urge upon tho ... Minister the absolute n^cssity of con - ' . t;'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

MALCOLM& BEATY. Stook and' Station Agents, V AL.UE KSi Auctioneers and Agents, B A E*5£ AK: A LOy AGENTS for — Tlie-Auatrslnstaii' Mortgage rmd'. Acoacy Co1 Limitod Jl C. Wnlbor and Co: PormoWttii,. Wright nnd Co., Limited Victorian Insurance Company Tlio Australian MutuaV Provident Society iuaby a*Nniv.ndera Pino Timber. TaND AQEMOVr MALCOLM & BEATY Aro prepared to- . DRAW UP APPLICATIONS' 'Under tlio ' tfrswii, S^ndf^ Act. of- 5884, Aad' p'iss tli rough tlio' ' i^LAND OFFICE;. Also -appears at tlio . Local'- Land- Court;,. ? And^attfend fo'unv LAITS*'1 B-ESiNESS'. ^ ? Entrusted' to them Iftill information mid-' particulars on 31and Mutters to-be'Kud fro'i MALCOLM - -fc BEATY, Balruniildi THE iastralian .lfbsiit Stoolc ftanli Incorporatod'b'y Act of Council, isss'. - *pAID' UP cTpI T A L — .£500,000, . JS.- witu p.ower to mcrcaso to j?J,000,000.' ItisEnvc fVxd— £200,000.' Mead OFFICE : Sydney. LONBON OFFICE : ?- Itiso William Stoect;. EU3 ' ,.^nuiclics thr«i»Hodt^W ...

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