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Childrens' Corner. The Sunflower. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 January 1888

OljiifcrcHs' Corner. The Hunilowcr. Close by the red-brick garden wall There grew a sunflower large and tall, And by his side a rose ; But though the sunflower is no more, The rose is still there as bdfore, And flourishes and grows. The sunflower raised his golden head Six feet above tho flower-bed, And just above tho wall. lie had n handsome dark-brown eye That stared at every passerby Admired he was by all. And he despised the little rose, Whose blooms were white as winter's snows' And very round and small; He thought hi; had the finest flowers That ever brightened summer hour3, But pride must have a fall, v One autumn night— tho moon shone chill— Jnck J''rost camo by, so cold and still,. The white rose hung her head. . ' Next morn tho siufflower, once so green Aud tall and beautiful, was seen All shrivelled up nnd dead. ?

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

StaMcss', CoIumnV I TliO Boy's Boom.— Mrs. Jackson was a wise woman iu her way, and made home so pleasant for the boys, that the village grocery had no charms for them. Thoy had their own special 'den' — a largo garret, room running the whole length of the house, with sloping roof and dormer windows. It was lathed and nlnqteriwl ImiivvM in.] u-nl] j were tinted a delicate French gray, with trimmings of Indian red, not painted, but merely knlsomincd, and the oldest boy, Jack, was the artist. The windows were draped withwhito curtains, nnd looped back with bands of turkey red, and tlie bed was purely and dantily while. Tlio pictures were only prints from illustrated papers, but they were copies in wood of good paintings and engrav ings, and the rustic frames of bark or mos3 or straw were very pretty. Tlio sofa was only a long packing box upholstcrd in cre tonne, but it hnd a great soft pillow and was^ altogeth»ra luxurious affair. There was a' set of book shelves of Jaek's own l'ttlo ...

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

1'ast, Present, and Future. You would . think Life was only vtoo pleasant, To judge from the sermons incessant Forbidding each -joy evanescent, That you hear from some would-be wise man j But whatever such preachers may say, Don't forget ' Eveiy dog has his day' j So get all the pleasure you may, And bo merry whenever you can 1 Tlio future wo seek ever flies, I11 pursuit it may da/.zlo your eyes, But your hopes it will not realise, Nor our dreams or our wishes fillfil ; For even when favored by Fate, In lovo, or ambition, or hale, It happens too soon— or too late— ' And we live on dissatisfied still. . ' . Never think of tho'I'ast with regret In the Present lis sorrows forget— For the Future you never need frot — So be happy at least while you're'1 young; If j'ou don't livo your lifo till' you're old' Yon will find your blood has grown cold, ' ?You will Arid (when; too late) you'vo been Sold, And will wish that my song you had sung ! Beauty too often sacrifices to fashion. Tho spiri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. Dress in Relation to Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Ibenltb. Dress in llclntion to Health. It has always been a stereotyped statement of physiologists that the 'respiration of woman differs from that of m.in in being limited nltnost entirely to tlio chest. On tbo other hand, we have the apparently con tradictory fnot Hint nbdominal or deep respiration is tbo most potent of all factors for returning the blood through the veins to uiu ucarc. u is, inereiore, a necessity lor the prevention o£ bloo:l stagnation in the lower portion of the trunk. We have, at Inst, some investigations which promise to solve this interesting problem. These investigations tend to show that tho exclusive use of the chest in rcspir ation is a result of the restrictions of civil isation, and is hence unnatural. In order to investigate this subject scientifically, Dr. Mays, of Philadelphia, devised an ingenious instrument for examining tho respiration of tbo native Imlinn girls in the Lincoln Institution. Tlio girls had not yet been subjected to the restrictions...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Charles Reade. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Charles jleade. Tlioro wns really nothing difficult oE com prehension in.Gharle3 Reade's nature. Those whoso intercourse with him was closest wero quick to discern tho idiosyncrasies which lay at tho bottom of his wild flights of temper, hia fiorco aversions and belligerent demeanor toward all whom ho conceived to be his oncmies. His most striking characteristic was nil utter inability to conceal hia emotions, or restrain himself from the com mission of nny act to which these emotions prompted him. Ho could not, in fact, be brought to seo the need of eoncealemcnt or ?repression. He totally failed to understand that any feeling required to be hidden, any thought loft unspoken, or nny impulse held in check. In theso respects ho remained n frownrd child to tho cud of liis dnya. TI13 censures to which ho consequently exposed himself wero inevitable, though often unju3t. He wna stijrinatiBcd ns the embodiment of morbid and fatuous vanity. In truth, he was not a particle more vain than me...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Subjects for Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Subjects foy GfoonoM. A largo part of the failures, the dis appointments, the inferior work, tho poor thinking, the shallow reasoning, the laok of kindly feeling nnd sympathetic action which afllict mankind is due to the lack of nourish ment afforded to the faculties. They are starved, consequently feeble and inefficient. Men plead tlie Jack of time to enrich their minds, to stimulate tlieir powers, to feed their moral natures. An well might the bird with luoopiiijj wing ana ueciinitig sircngm plead that he had so many flights to take in midair that he bad no time to pick the corn from the field or tho fruit from- tho tree to sustain him to those flights. Education gives fertility of thought, copiousness of illustration, quickness, vigor, fancy, words, images, and illustrations ; it decorates every common thin;;, and gives the power of trifling without being undignified and absurd. Wisdom, courage, honesty, and zeal are demanded of evcrvone on whom the burden of government rests, wh...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Branwell Bronte. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

? Q. __^ ? ^ ? Yyvv *' .'.-^ranircll lirontc. \r — ,----- ? \JWoi$epraved, brilliant Bivmwell Bronte ! ljQffStorv or fiction, whntiumo is there that calls forth more pit v, admiration, nnd con tempt tlinn thai of the Rifted brother o! the ISronto nisteia? Though a bitter trial to them, he was, indirectly, tlie means of bring ing their genius into life. Had not the brother so wretchedly failed to fulfil the ex ceptional promise of his youth, in all likeli hood the world would never have thrilled at the reading of ' Jane Kyre,' or shuddered over ' Wuthoring Ilciylits.' Like his sister.', ho was small of body, but with a disproportionately Inrjjc head covered ?with red hair, nml n Inco much freckled ; not beautiful, but witty, passionate, nnd gifted. Indeed, so complex was his temperament, so .A- varied nnd peculiar liis moial organisation, it is difficult to regard him a3 wholly s:vno ; the wild excesses of his later years, when he gnvo himself up to drink and the use of opium, streng...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Petition [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

JL Petition To spring belongs the violet, and tho blown, Spico of tho roses let tho summer own, Grant mo this favor, Muse— all else with ..-. bold— :.''.C -..;?': That I may not write verses when I'm old. And yet I pray you, Muse, delay the time t Be hot to ready to deny me rbymo ; And when the hour comes, as it must, dear : Muse, -? I beg you very gently break the news. If we nro asked why tho apple is so popu lar with buyers, we simply reply that it is full of vcgctiib'e ncids nnd nntlseptics — enemies to jaundice, indigestion, and that dicmlcd member of the human system, a tor pid liver. It is a gentle spur nud tonic to the wholo biliary system. Chemists nlso toll us tint the apple tont 11111 n freiter peiccn tigo of phosphoros thin nnj other fruit or vegntnble, which makes it a proper food for the scholar and sedentary mnn, feeding nil brain and stimulating his liver.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Meteorological Observations [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

MeteorologicaJl Oiaservations Maximum, Minimum. January 10... 116-5 73 11... 114 08 12... 1U-5 71 -' „ 13... 91 10 „ 14 .. 108 63 „ 15... 118 69 „ 16... 92 54

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Happy Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

[?] Tho happy bills, elysinn,fnir, Dream beneath cloud ? wrought, golden frills, Wlr.cb, banner-wise, float in the air— The happy hills. No wind of winter chills, no beast ot raven wanders there, No frost the forest brooklet stills. Ono garment Mirth and Wisdom wear j Sweet as the birds, so sings the rills j For love rankes free of every care, The happy hills !

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

MARRIAGE. Pkbihns— Thompson— On the 7th inst., at St, John's Church, Darlinghurat, Sydney, by tho Rev. Harry Izod liichards, of Hal ranald, assisted by tho Rev. F. Kuhvorth, Wulter George, second son of William Henry I'orrius. of Forest Hill, T/indon, to Surah Helen, third daughter of Robert WattThompaon, of Forbes street. Sydney. Wht JiiDenmt Jlccovber WEl'-NBSDAY,18Ii JANUARY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
JANETS FORGERIES. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

JANET'S FORGERIES. ? ; BY A. A. J3. ' OHAPTEni. Blind 1 Nothing else wonld have mattered much but he was blind — hopelessly blind. He was an artist, and had caught cold whilo out sketching. Inflammation had set in — gone to his eyes; and it wns as icadead wall had been built across his path of life. Tun years later it might have mattered less, for the children would have boon out ot hand ; but now, with six of them, tho eldest but nineteen nud only a girl ; the youngest seven, nnd no provision, it was a black out look indeed, for Charles Lloyd was not a genius. Ho had not even audacity ; which does nlmcist as well. He painted very nice pictures, true to nature j but who ia satisfied with nature? One might aa Well offer peoplo uncooked meat. ; Christmas came and tho ready money was Rono. Thero wero some pictures in the studio, but not any finished ; however, finished or not, they must po. They packed them up nnd sent them to Mi'. Lloyd's picture dealer, with a note to Bay they would ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

In the course of this weuk our auonuntii for tho October- Dduamlier quarter will bo sent or delivereil. As they niiiouut to a large sum in tho aggregate-, and our espouses in connection with tho paper aro hoary and have to be paid regularly, aubjcibera are in. uited to settlo their: acoouuta-at their earl, iest couvouionco. The annual mooting of subscribers to our liieiiliHuapiMl yvai^tujiavo bjen held on tho day of out lut issue; the Hth inst., but had u- be odji urncd. until' to-dny, the 18.th, at 3 p.m.,, at .Mr. M-Maliou'-i Oum- ' muieiid Hotel, uu tlnlj' two or three ,g)ntlu. moil uttuudc-d. Tliis is greatly tu Ira ra gretteil n3 tlm succusa of nu institutiou Jibe our tlodpiral, depends to a groat .extent on ?Ml efficient uomuiUteo of iimungomont, and it ii piiucipjlly for the election of offijoi-s tliat tile meeting nuw advortUoil fur tu-d.iy will bu held. This time for tho animal municipal -el- ection diuws neur iiml it is tu bo hopad will uot bu allowed to pass without somo ...

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 XLI. I MAKE A POWERFUL ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

tftoveltet. DAYS OF CRIME AND YEARS OF SUFFERING Au-'AnTODioanArinr. Reprinted from ' The Australasian' of *' 1867 by special permission ) ' ' ? M* ? CHATTER XLI. I MAKD A POWEUrUL ENEMY. I was on bond tho Piosidcnt hulk at least Ikroo woeks befflia I saw tho inspec tor gonoral of ponal establishments. Tlio Cist timo ho [ju itcd the hulk he walked Into jny coll hnd quizzed mo throivjh Ins i glass foi a nunuto orso'without spoukiii-;. Ho thon Slid, 'I'\o ^U3t boon talcing you out of twist, and I cin't exactly rockon ~ ? you up ' I nnsnoitd him in his own style, and s;tid, ' Pconlo do nay I'm a '* pretty flymy bio il ' Up to his{oyo went tho glass ngam, and thm, scaling himself on tho tub in tho cointr of tho cell,- ho said, ' Come, don't lio a flat ; just come horo aud tell me all about that gaol busi ness — who' did really pnekot tho dibs for tho faking of tho w m int ? ' I told him I know nothing about it, and tliat it was quito useless lntuiogitin^ nio in tho mat tei 'Then, ' snd ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

TMU2fc.USS. . SvuNET, January 17. Tlie.TrenMirer mid Miniaiorof Wfti-ks w«ie engiigod u long time yeniuidny « itli reffin-iice to tlia ruilw.iy propobttls uf tlitt Government. In tho lUiiioh betwBB.i Shuw'a team iind Now S')Uih iWhIos, th ia oniony ntnde 210 in tlie som-ml ilini-it's. Muses ih top scorer with lU'J. iuoiiiiyiisuuieu want 283 to win. Tlio uotiml oiHt by mil of n rnturn |]iu)HHi{e to Brixli.me tirst-cluHsi, inolnd in*,' hli'Hpinfj-cni- mid lioni-U ia ^10 10», while it ia only £5 by stemncr iuclutl inH evervtliing. TlioMiyor- of Syilnpy has nlready redncr} the coat of. the city corjioi'ution by, L3500Q. ner luiinuu. Broken Hiil stocks fell consitluratily ynstenlny, and the hoom is Hiiti**idin*j;, Clio White R-iitk Proprietary Cuiupnny ut F.arSrtld, .-vit.il it cipitu) of one mil lion pounds bus Ween iloa'ud |irivati-ly« Mr. Syuiefl, tlie free Urn light leutnrnr Ivti lieen & mil' lor pre.iuhiu^ on Queen's wli.uf, Mjlboui'iie, on Suiidny. LHteK The Government inte...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. The Day She Died. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

E-oeti\\ The JHiij Site Died. All ns slio.lcft it within her room ; Her footstool here where she tired it List ; Her chnir drawn near to the plants in bloom — Tlio times of. (lowers will soon bo past. Hero is her work-box, and whitens milk Her velvet cushion lies by its Bide ; Ami n needle tlinnrtucl witli rosiMmed Bilk Just no sbe left it thu day the died. On the sofa there is thu die=s slip, wore, Painty the siicer r.nft muslin thing— It suited her tender face of yore Because o£ its tints like t'lia bmls of spring. A crumpled glove on her ilressin^ case, The print of fingers within it yet, And about it lingcrim; still a truoo Of violet vague and mignonette. A ribbon dropper] on the carpet near, J!y her own soft finycrs its knot was tied ; No one has dared to enter here Since the sudden, sorrowful day sho died. There on the table her open book, And the blot of a tenr that seems scarcely dried j . . The story, perhaps, has a sadder look, Because sho read it the day she died. -There'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq. P.M.) JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Balranatd Police Court, (Beforer K TV. K - w I i n ?; E'ltj, P. M. } . January 11, ? WHlfoi* M'Pb-i-Hon; on liRJi-ijf of Mr,' Pl»t«r M'Fliei-sMii.'-of PiiilcirHtiriojilfmin moned A. M. CTook- for hffviii-; con triotml tu serve on the station trs onok, trul lii'wi {?nitty of gross miRcnn'ilnct in* thu «xeciili-iii llien-of. 0u tlio ii]i|ilicii' lion of dm p'tvinbiEP the citho wits permit tail to be1 wiilidrnwn, S/diiey Tiiomiison- was ffnetl 5s for liiiYing bean drmik- in n imlilio pluce. Jast/aOt IZJ Brut net, Cn*, HoKiiHPe of the Ciirrier'n Ai'ins- Hot- if Ha' (ii'lit, |ilondpil guifty to Nelliii!» liquor on Siimlxy, the 27th1 No venibur, Pinml 40a, 6-i 8tf costs, hihI £1 l-2s 6\l wiinxiSS ox|ibiishs. Tinii thy Lune, Eiyul Miiil Sutol, Hatfinlilj. imlite'l for llw Ruine offuncu, plemliid not guilf-y. BertiKid Milb'i,. ii rolibftm- on Till Till', ihpoHPi) to h iving bet-n1 in* -the' ho IhI on n cfitvin ihiy, lint did ntrt re nioinViBr'tlieiliiio or .-imnt'i. -Kb1 nnd his iimte wni'e...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

'I Have Suftared' With cvory disease imaginable for tho last three yuai'8. Our Urugipst, T. J. Aiulenon, recommeiiiling ' Dr. Suulo's Americun Hop Bittors' to 1110, I used two bottles ! 1 Am i-utirely cured, ami heartily rccom' nieiiil Ui'. Soule'u Amoricuii Hop Jiittcrs to ovory ono. J. D. Wnlkei-, Bucokiwr, Mo, I -yvrito this as 11 ? . Token of the great apprecintiod I have of your Dr. Soulo's Aiiiericuii Hop . :! :''« * »(''Bitt(ir8.'-.fira8nfll!i!tmJ ; : ' ;' 'wmi'Iiinomatoiy'tVouiimtlaiu!! I r ;,:.'?-. Fof.'nearly ? ' ;? '' ' ? ? Savon years, and no medicine occiiieil to do mo any Good!!.! ? ' Ainericiin Hop Bittors, and to my aitrprisd Iain itn woll to-day as ever I won. I hopo ' You . muy. have abundant success' 'In this cretit (iiul' Valuable inedieiiio : Auyouo ! * * wishing to know lnore nbont nty euro ? ' Uan lpaJii by oddrea'ing mo, E, M. Wil linma, 1,10 J llith street, Washington, D.O. : i .- : ? : — —I consider your ' Boraccfy tlio boat runieily In oclatcnco I'or- InJI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

MALCOLM &BEATY. Stock and Station Agents, \ VALUERS, Auctioneers and Land Agents, BAL RANALD, AOF.XTS SOU — ,; Tlie Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co Limited I X C; Wnlkor tind Co. TVrnir-w.-in, Wiight anil Co , Limited Vii-tnrian linur.iiu-o C»*npanv j Tlio Australian Miitnnt Prnvi'Wt Soofoty J!isbyrs Nnramlera Tino Timborlj LAND AGENDY. MALCOLM & BE ATT ' Aro |)i-R[mioi| to | . -??--- DRAW UP^PPUCTAfrONS V whir the i ' ?.''?;??-. tmwn Xn»-]« Act -»f 1884; ' ' ? Ami. fi-iss through the LAJSTD OFFICE, Also iip-icnin* nt tho Local Land Court, And attenil to iiny . ? LA*ND\ B5JSINE$S Eutinstcd to them Full information and pnitlculars on Xand Mutters to lie hud from ' MALCOLM & RGATY, ~'*~ Biilrtriild. THE AuHtrnlinit Joint Ktocfc Bank Xncor-inratiid by Act of Council, 1853. PATI- UP OA PIT A L— ^500,000, ?wii-h power to inoiensic tu .£1,000,000. TlraRavB Ki'vn— j**2t»,O0O. /IEAD OFFICE: Sydney. * ONDOK OFFICE : » KiNn Wnti va StnRET, E.C Broaches tliruugliout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Balranald Hotel 1\ (TAlTlSRS ALL'S) . *-' * Mrg. M. J. MURPHY -'?'-' '''JPHGS to .inn...,..*: I- he fnomlj W £j;e ^--;^.»1 JLJ'^pul-Uo, ttiit 3-ie lias mm t-.kun Wo 5S**' -ffiSrb ¥W6ll-kiiottn Hotel.. U will l-o her feiideavour to con.lm-t tl.o lmw*i on tlmt Itmay oomi».« f1iv..u...l.ly mth , tho leading Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveness and comfoit - , Evdry attention paid to -Bdai tiers and Visitors. , Tho largest pud most goinmortious honao in town. mm, »c«s,T ^^ »* *Tt* g^t griSttfls irtW itt £t«f ft fcirst-chiss Stnbttng. Eilli u«R ilTj. MURPHY, Prtypnotreis /AMERT'8 Oommei'cial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, , Plltil KIFTOI10 MESSRS. Al-MAHON BR03 liecj to uotify to tl-e pnbhe of Bui humid awl distuor, tlmi tlipyj lm\e taken the ulioVu noil knovn Hotel, und liopo by giving every attention to merit a foil- shiut of B«i-poi L Every ticuoininodiition, with honu toiuforta. . * Samplb Rooms For Commeioiiil ^Ficivellei'H. Gooil Billinvrl Table Fustchss fitnliling AcconinniHul -Jn I Bt...

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