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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

B&lraimld HotQl (TATTERSALL'S) Ml'S. M. J. MURPHY* BKGS tn ttnnnUntid ia lior friends and tli'J vabln-; tint sjio bus 'V-j rt-ou i;'; ;pT- . '« i^-p :'W-- ' H-M0 i'n .i-.Vi.nvctivcinosa ^:,a ^Unl 'ifclenluni feiul U lWli ? i pud TlH largest and ino3t oomniod.ptfsi^!i;W--,o.. ill llWIl mm, ^ 5^,i gv.infla atifay? in $nfr, jFiiSi, &tabHi-£. m' J MUUP1IV, . . Pfoprif.trofja. REST'S C/Ommeroial. Hotel)* M'MAHON BF.OTHEHtS, ? Puoi'iui.l'DiiSi ' 'JlfESSM M'MAHON J'ROl. liBg '?'?-* - j\L to notity to tln)..|)Ubho of I5.il 1'iumlil und district, . tlijii'..,.t'lio} h«ye y-ijti-n tho nbrtvo wr-H-km\^:iv, JIotc:l,.tind ^ SSpo by every utrmiioiii to ] hiei'it A fair, slwlrt of ssiippoit. Kvei'V l. Willi liouln ? eointol'iK. ? *???? S'ini|dn - Uooihs ? for ..r.!(iri|nicl-cinl. Turn l--, - Guild B'lli -ul Th lil'1 StuMing xxui-'jin iijothviioii. \ is..'-' Best Brands iilw»vK;U--liti'.'Wv- ...,\ V - M'iMAHON' RROS^ 1 Wakool Hotel, \ ? 0» tbo-mam rond botyroou B'VLRANAb!) and ?? js...

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 — 11 January 1888

PASTORAL. I Balranald. — 0— fttrerina Rtcontcr Ofiicc; ;i\iosdav Kveniuc. Summer weather is noV well upon iii, a;s a reference to- our irtaximu'ni and minimum temperature ^vilt ehou*. 'Jostorday ami to*day Invve bcciy the two* hottest days pericuood this season, registering up to^ 11U deg in- tire ahado,- an-l tho heat has really been- moat trying* For tht* past fortufglit the weather /ian baon? very warm and enltry «uu Bovorat attornoous tlie clouds have gathered up as if a tlmnduratorm was abou t to take place, but a few poKln of thundor at a diytance and- a few dropa of rain,- was- all that it came to,- and the next inoruing the 8Ui- was blazing forth as hot as over. Wo truat the present |heat will work up to- a good thunderstoTm- aud a good fall of rain, as this ia what ia wanted to clear tho atmoa* phero and- inake everything fresh again. Last week raiu fell very heavily in places, but only patchy. Near Maudo 4 inches fell in ono day,- and at spots on CanaUy^^Yooga, aud Paika,-...

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

Sufferers from Khcmnr.tiem, Lumbago Sfcwtic»vniiil other an.ilo^ouo ufiVctiona should-i tr.y4,tj comRii?B OriuiiKil Cliolroilyjie, * ^mcdi cjuo thnt ha3, since its introductidn-iii : oinplayod on a very largo scule'bobh by x-u^^eaiww^i rofcasmn «nd tho Public in cvefy;P4ft of tho-.bnspitablo Olobc, \vitb''ijii^ ' ^uwcBtj; ? Siiioe ita introduction iiit-6 \\, tho popularity of^Frceinan's Cbloro-1 . ?-lyno huo beno enhanced, und is recanled as tco mosticfUeioh^ajul valuable niodicitio that .Ma ,ovor* b&cn-i intvoiincod into the -Colony. ? . ^bo Profcauion pwscrihe it; Miaaitinaries . pre. or luul use Freein'.uj's Chlorodyno. -and pi»op!o lowing tiny of the principal porta 'for 1'«. uilonor. invariably taktv a euffieipn'c' JJP'PsV ' to last''-, them a twelvemonth ~ Bo 1 d , c.vory wberx-. throughout the ? Colonics.-: Ti^sfc upon having ** Freeman'se : piily^*- Rhjeet Buh'8titutcs as thcy^arc worth vlQ83... TOilof-MivVk, nn Klephant. . .Two- OiiGANS^-KcgnViUtt lirat tho atomncb'...

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

Hints to Houselceepers. - s BY ETHEL MAY. . ' ? . VUHNITUKB DIiKSSIKO. Ono ounce oE turpentine and a lump oE ns phnUum, halE'tho 6ize o£ nn cggS molt in tin on. tho stove (slowly), then add varnish when cool until quite thin. .Apply with a varnish brush. , ' FLIES AND VENTILATION. Flies arc a great nuisance— but a purifier. Thoy use up all the little particles of tilth, and render, many apartments comparatively healthful which without them would be unlit to livo inb So iu shutting out files great care should- bo taken to still secure the best of ventilation, and preserve everything in the moat perfect neatness. POSITION OF TUB CANARY CAGI3. Do not linug a canary cage over five feet from tho floor. Thisgi^ea nn nvcrngo tem perature and iipurityof nir. Whcnventilat ing a room see that tho bird is not in a draught/ When hung out of doors have a part of. the. cage in tho shade, see that the bird may have ii retreat, if ho chooses to make it, from tho siiii. , ?

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

EXPERIENCED Governess desires situation ill Squatters family. English', Music, and advanced French', Gnn'iiineiital .. German,. Elumeiltaryi Drawing, Singing. Excellent _ testi monials and references'. Address — VfiLOX, c/o Qorddri and Gotch, Sydney. vv;.v ' , Jtor Sale: rhWO good RabbiterS Tiiin ou'tR, con X . sisiing t ea'cli bf Spring Drav, Horse and HariiSss, coflple'te) and well fitted up.— A jiply,, . Mitcofcji -fc BeAty. ... Notice. T..-- rriHE Annual . Meetiri§ of; c65il\-ihiii X ^brs_tti tjffi Hqspitttj will lie, lield on Wedii'esday, the 11 tli inSt; at 3 p';m. at! the Co/iimercisil -ttotel to receive the AiiniSal KeportB and elS'ct Office b'eai ei's tor the btisiiing tw'felve months. J. CRAiVt, M1. ? 'C.;,. Secretary; Municipality of Balariiald. ^NNUiiL ELECTION, 1S88. Notice to siuNtcxPAii ? ecector^; 11 H K . abtivo Council lifereby give t.liat.tho'Musi'dPAL List «f all PERSONS apparently, entitleil tn he placed on the - Rott_of - iMdnicipai; Elect-iks' for the ^ear 188...

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

A. Sit/fr. It was nothing but a rose I gavo. her, Nothing but a rpise - : .?'? ?: ' 'Ajv Any wind miglit rob oE half its'savori;; .? *: Any wind .that blows;- -'vi:-' '-?*?' '-' When sho took it from my trembling fingers, With a hand aa chill— Ah I the flying touch upon tliem lingers, . Stays and thrills thdm still^^^.v' i' -V^1- 1 Withered, faded, pressed between' the pages' Crumpled fold on fold— ? . ? Once jt lay upon her breast, and ages ?? Cannot make it old ! Women Must Work. — Unfortunately it great number o£ women muofc work for tljeir own substance. Whether the men are grow ing in wofthlessnesa or whether' tlio women are growing in numbers beyond tlio ability of these men to care for them the fact exists that the proportion of womeu compelled to work is yearly on tlie increase. The only hope then is to educate tho sex to fill every p.laeo proper for it, and' thus to create an inlluental body of intelligent and skilful working women who will exert nn influence on the body po...

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

As in Molbourno .fjn iii Sydnoy, tlio Karl of Carnarvon waa.. lianq'uotted by tlio -oom- I .'biiicd .Uoiiaoa of.I'nili.iin'ent^ Sir Joti'n Hay, | {prosid-?nfr of tho Ltiftifilativc Council) tha I Hon. -J. H, Youijg '(speaker of tlVe Assembly) | occiu-ied tjio clmir a'tul vice-chair reapectivo^y I BghkIob tlio jnetnborH^of both huusba .Sir I John Rohcrtnon, Sir Alfred Stopnen atid a number, of ..other gehtleinan were . prenen\;, Sir Henry Parlies porp'osod. the toast of tho ovoning* which was acknowleiiged by Lord (Jat narvou in a reply auperior even to bis usual apeochns, i ... . n A munber of £cnUemiin,.. .including most of the prominent clergymen ofjbho. Sydney (liocopo, luncliod'on Saturday at tlie Chapter houso at the invitation of llishop ftarry, the occasion being to celebrato tlie inauguration of tlie ^.Churcli Centennial ^Paud. The hlrthop, .ifter lvinchoon, gave n Di ief historic al account. of.. tlm f/ind and . explained . its objects.;. .Short speeches, v^pro also uiado o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. In the Conservatory. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

QbZ-s ant- J£nb5. , . | J.11 the Conservatory. Tho cool conservatory, A face for song or story, And hair a golden glory We two. Eyes blue as amethyst i5-, Where now a tender mist is, How white tho hand I kissed is I Wee. too. Ah, life is filled completely, When to my question, neatly 1'ioposed, she answered sweetly. ' Oui,' to. — Edward Picrson. A Sign of Matrimony.—' I'll take two dozen of these,' I heard a customer in a large clothing Iionso say, as liu designated the pattern of collar lie desired. Tho coun tenance of the. salesman immediately took on a knowing expression. Ho glanced around at his business associates and his peculiar contraction of tho left eyelid was ro.cognsied and passed around'. The customer, who noted the telegraphic conversation, was visibly embarrassed by it. He concluded his purchase— be already had a largo stack of wearing apparel ot various, sorts selected — and left the store in a hurry. When he had gone I asked tho salesman tho meaning of it all. ' Why...

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

- Useful Uinta on. Faslr;/. 1!Y nisnoixu. Butter and eggs for cake should always bo beaten to n cream. * In beating eggs beat tho yolks until you can tako up a spoonful; whip whites to stiff froth nnd stir' them into cake with tlio flour the last thing beforo putting cako into tins. Flour should always be'shifted just before yon wish to use it. Baking powder should be thoroughly mixed with the llour dry. To boil a pudding iu a bag, dip bag (which should be made of thick cotton or linen) in hot water and rub the inside with flour bo fore putting in the pudding ; when done dip bag in cold water and the pudding will turn out easily.',' Always put a phiio 011 the bottom of the kettle -to keep the pudddiujj | from burning. -

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Euston. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Euston. '(rri&i our 'own oOiiuespondentA ... ., .... 'January 3; Tlio Euston Hew Year races ft'ere Started -^esteVduy, the weather waa very liot Vt'it did not pfevont 'the largest * iath'ering that lias been witnessed for a long time', tinViing Vi | - and taking taking a iViost Hy.ily interest ih the se veral event's. Tlie ladies' hoot.il wuh very 'troll patronized and in n more 'qifiet way tlio fair ones thol-ouglily en ?joyed themselves. . , . Tho first race being tlie Maiden', a field of seven went out. This was con Bidered.il very open event, Young Sir awe ii', Mazurka, War Eagle and Aigyle id mjir'i y backers, .and when all was ? ... M -Young -Sir -JSwen was in .basjr. Wnnei'. , . 'the Handicap) had six atart'erif, Re porter itud Don first favorites', the foi ine'r was held in the highest esteem till a -few hours before the Vacatf, vHi'etl it Vus thought Viy a good many 'tTiiit fee V«8 not going to win Don was not iii Ills usual, .spirit#, unu 'more than one fciid lie l...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Oxley Police Court. (Before James Tyson, Esq., J.P., and William Smith, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Oziay Police Court.- .-- (Efefore'Jam'es T^sonil Esif/.J. Pr, an'^-* yWilliiun Smith^Ejcj, J.P.) j^oifn Hudson' cliai-geci' with' stealing' -I-' gfe; tho property of -V/Bfe»tobttifwatf 4 reiBimded' — Bail allowed/ 'T™' j ' JiAXUARY 7. ; (Bbfore Wilham' Smith,' Esq1, J.P ) : . J'o h n Pointoii;* charged with stealing^, tlib'dw ellirii* of M r Jbhh' Tfsbii.'ofv' J uanbiing:; statioi);' property to' the dteount of'!£6,-' l1 redViek' George Egslestonbi' being' 8^c*n', states': Tam' a'' .Senior Cohfetablo' of Police,; stationed' at Oxle^/- Last:. Friday ,-^from* itiformatiou' received, I' proceeded' tb'Jiiaiflbung aiid^n'tti'rivin^ tbfiir^.Ea'v/ Mi'! Jolin'Ty'soh.'he'shewed1 me. the articles,' (pro'diie'edy and' said' they had been stolen' from the premises* ?of his bedroom', the articles' ddnsist of two breast pins, one'silver walch, ai.oufc' 3'ya'ds of tv/ill' sheeting ails' ,orio shirty lie also informed me he had' lost one* pou'ncl' eighteen' shilling's iri' silvery lie pointed' the ...

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

Hatfield Races. j The following aro tho. results of \\\vt alsovn THcra' belli on.. New Ycnr's Day, wnd winch j»i»RHcd ofT HnocfSHfuHy . -—Flying H»iU(Ucap — Southtiih Crrmx, 1 ; W-'cd, 2; Brownie, 3. 31m field Hundicjip— rAinWakin, 1 ; Walk Ahout 2 ; Wt'o l. 3. Hnrdlo Ruce — Venus, 1. ti.ack J^nco — lxoivenga, I. Tjinfi's Plato — Amborskin', 1..J Misa tleilch, 2 ; Southerii ^

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Maude Races. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

-.:v . Maude Races; ?- . (FROir bvn 0\V^ toRRSPONDENT) ' . J.lie races which took place hero on Ihe 26th tilt, were not quiie the success '. fexpeoted on Account of the rmny wea ther, . despite that,'' however, a good i irowd rolled np after 10 o'filnclc.'v The course. was rather heavy, bii'fc not boggy,' some good fields Of houses presented' .^heriiselvei), and a tew did not nicept: Some , bother waR- experfenced through' {lie nomination of Bumpkins and Lampa' for the Handicap, and Jumping Race' ' , ? Respectively, the : horses were not sufli- 1 : ; . iiently descfihed, so their nnm'eS were Scratched out. The', settling up took ^lacfl^ a't Mr. oilman's Post O'lfice Hotel,' — —-wheiV, th'e variou's amoiints werp paid. 6ver by the Soorotary.' Th'e healths -of llie boV-t (llr.' Oilman)' tlni.jiidge,. (Mr. M'Euchnie)' tho starter (Mr. Newman) : _ dhe 8Hcretnry (Mr. Iiimber) and also' ? the dinners', losers, and visitors wdre drunk in, chaaipag'ne.- Tljo fiVst event! -yas the Maiden Pla...

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

Cricket.1 The ftrstf -iWfcro than* lical ^flfiolcBt niatch of-' thei' season' took placo luht Mondliy between P.'iiilV nlnl BMranald.' aiid wits w'oti by thoiatter by 19;'i'tih6; The weather wiis' hbt,- decidedly SO, but from the start' at abrtufc noon nhtil the fiiiisli. ju'st before, six' \vith'ah in1. terval ox 40 minutes' for' dinner, -tho' game never flagged1 aiid' both sides' dis plnyed''great eildi'gy in'- sti-U'gglihgi fbr victory'.' Tlie' winfierb' are' dfeculfedly superior to' theii- ahtngOhiits in' ift'Itl ih'g,'' some* really' Rhihrt' OiitOhes'' Were made''' by,'' tlieii'- ?A&ibthor'' gl'eut j diffornnco between tlie two fu'atiA in j tliia, that in tlie home teaill every ninn' is moro ot- less in praotici'; nud con suqiiently coliti ilitueil to the total; wherean Rnvtnal itiembeis of Pnikil had fc'vidtilitly litft ImndlwJ il bat for Sonie liiiib ilud tlie Score rested niainly on fivo or six |ilayoV.s. i'lie drat iifniugH vv'ere .Kiiiall und soon ovor on both side...

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

[?] SrDyev,'./iintinry 10:- I The Postal Conference s Sydney is' t'er be,' hold on- tlio 1-9 1 If ? ins^, all' the' I ?Auslr'MtB'n'GplpnifeVWill b.B ropl'flSijiited;- 1 , ' J'he' linal cricko't :: match- between' | ,Hwilr- South- 1 ?V^ales hiiS' been' dxieih foi- tioitt Fridliy, I Jhoiigb'' tlie journey frD/af-'VfUiey to' Brisfcmo|liy'train;i4^5Auivcs^ttUtl. wjii' | tftky;a7ihours::' ' ?tt, T,i j 1 TM.ro was- grefttnSK^m'bnl: at' a' meetin'g- tsfc this Exchange 'yesterday,' atid'Broken ffi'l I shares woro largely dealt tut-some ut unacco'intable prices: tiff. Gtilflfrnd: inHmbev' for Cn-rcoar,' resighs his seat' i'u a couple of months,'' he refuses a pi oferr'od monetary testr moninl'i - A burglar hixs bfeen' arrssted' having in' his possessioh' jewellery stolen' from' All'Sfunt's'-PairsonCige; .^arramatta!--..-. ' Ahv Illicit Still in full' working ordOr lias b6en'1 seized' at llyde by Inspectot' of Distiljeries: ? Thb'Oorifral Bi-okefa' H'ill' shttYeBVete* sbldjye'aftt'5'Hky at 80...

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

Detached Thoughts. Tho point o£ n joke is sometimes blunted by contact with thick skulls. . Oh I youth, thou lovest greatly, bclievest utterly, nnd knowest darkly. „ It. is tho refugo oE common-place men :to# call him a crank who quits tho beaten track of prejudice or Omits tho rabble's prudence. What I shall bu I ennnnl nvon irnnca ? hilt that X shall never ceiise to be is to me. 110 lees certain than that wo at this moment art. ' The world is a huge sponge saturated with unhcalthful sentimentalities that ooze and drip aud make everywhere uncomfortable. What an essential and wise despotism that of the stomach is J ? Fancy yourself standing at the marriage altar in a Bpasm o£ indiges tion 1 Give me variety, ^often think well of a glass of beer, but I do not 'find tho fullest measure ot' felicity in drinking in every five minutes, and drinking nothing but beer nil through life. ?I used to bo troubled with doubt whether tlio man of absolute content was fool or phil osopher, but that w...

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

Rabbit' Dfe&truetiori.': . the' owners'; of Tridaf Btationj' ridiu' Mossgiel, obaervingi thtfi/efyf rapid^ini'l criia6H of the mbliit peat on tl,bir rurl I / iitiJ iidjoiiiitig stations duling tho laat twelve iiiontlia, and also believing th»tf the Kitlisiily fro in thb Goviiniment utaloi' ' tho B jiius R|stfcth would haw to ? biS silpresaed oil iiccotiiit of its' ? ' fcostliill'.iiH and its IneQicieiiby ' tof clieck tho' ' pest; . (leteruiinod to try Some other rileahs of keeping tho peat down, aud. being iiifoiulwi of tlie splbiiilid Woik achieved liy graili poisoning in tlifa' .. Miillee in fe'sltd iliStrifc'U bf Victoria; they at oiice inado u'[j tlib'ir tninils to try it; aiid, piircliasBil ri cchiple of Lancello & Audur.-aiu's Patriiit , Grain Distiiliu tors; aud asked Mr; Cliai'less D; Auderfioii of Wa'llcliie,' who they kucW had coiisideiabie fejipnri BUcij iii using pbWo'iibd grairi, to go to' Trida and siipei-intfeiid a ti-ial tlia't 10' k placV. tliei-fe' ...

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

'(Traveller I Death liitr.s in India. It is but n few years ago that certain officials in Calcutta crectcd a large o'.^en, in which the bodies ot thu Hindoos might be rapidly cremated ; but tlii3 wholesome mode of consuming was rejected as heterodox ; yet still, on dark nights, and at the slated places oil the Holy ltiver, from Calcutta upwr.rd to Benares, may be seen the solemn flames that reduce tho dead to ashes, and mav bo heard. on the still air of the Indian sky, the wait ings that toll of sorrow and separation. The Mohammedan in India, as elsewhere, buries ? his dead ; but the Hindoo commits their ashes to Father Gunga, amid the waters of which they are suppostd to bo restored to participation in happier scenes than earth can present — a portion of mythology too vast to be entered on here. To be without a son to elos3 one's eyes is to insure another period of probation— and perhaps n degrad ing one— in this world ; hence tho law of adoption, to which wc have had so often lo r...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. JANUARY 6. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

Balranald- Police' OoUrfc- . . January 6/ . (Beforo'E.-L; Rowling-, Esqi. P'M.V - . -Gin I've v. P/ Mc'iklalioii: — ijw tin for £1' 1 4s 4d, for. balaucd on wuges- hs cook,- due.' As- it appeared trom-thh evidence that pfoseculor left his em- 1 -ploymtnt without giving a . peek's notice,' ?: thfereby putftng- deftin(lant--to-| gNiit lncnnvpniehcd/ | , : His Worslnp deducted one'waeks wa'ges in lieu' of nottoe;'' from' the ninonht dlatmedj'imd gavo a' Verdict ftir 4il, each side to pay thbir own costs.' ? A* cross-sumuioiis by P.-'M'Muhofi v.- Gin Ty e, ? for absobndihj;,' w'ita' with drawn. Mr. MrMahon' handed the balance1 of wages over for;the ? locab-hospitul, and Gin Tyo gavd tits 4s 4li to tlid poor-, boxi ^ , , January 7/ , , ,, 'Arthhr Bairtl, -i charged' w'ith'- having ih his possession ;.--dnHngv-;the v: Olose sPiisoni schedule,' .birds' ,? , such ? as . teal . ducks, pleaded not :guilty, stating. that ?he-r. wai nCSt aware. that it was olose season. Constable Doniild depos^...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Four Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

The Four Brothers', ' BY 'J. v. ess. x Nill, Will, Boll,' and Soli wero four brothers. They lived in a 'country far away over the sea. There waa only one thing .to distinguish these four boys from mnny others that lived in that country, and that was that they would not learn how things were done. In fact, they disdained to do things in the common way, even tho simplest duties that tell to their lot. As a consequence they made many blunders nnd had many mis haps, very often barely escaping with their lives.' Now thoro are boys and girls that are very wise for their years. I have seen somo who could give very clever suggestions to older people about doing various things. But as a l-ule tho clever girl or boy has learned that better way of doing it from nctual ex perience, that is, doing it first ns other people, elder than themselves, havo shown them how to do. Improving 011 the old way, notdoing things in a new way, is true progress. - How fast tlie world shall improve and pro gress ...

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