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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

PASTORAL. Balra,nald. : Mverlna Rccor-hr Office Tnoailay Kvonin?;. Tho weatliar for tbu past wools has about roacheil tho climax of un|ileasaiitiio^9. Tho hoat ilnring tlip whole week ww intcnae, ami colminatod'on Snnilay in 1 IS leg in tho shade, ami under a roof, with n very hot wind and fwirfnl dnah. No protection was to bo Rot inside tho houses , and even in or dinarily cool rooms the thermometer res tored botwomi 105 and I 101cm;. A thunder storm passed over hero on Thursday night. lint littlo or no rain full, and though Friday and Mnnlay wero slightly coulor it 13 to-day quite hot enough again. ;.vv_ - M lcolm aiyj Beaty rowrt t'io fdlowiiig sto-?k t'rosaings at tho Ralranald bridyo— On 17th inst, 4,.r)00 wethers and 80 rams, from Buck ilow to Cmarjo. Ciastiricti in charge, ftimo date 5.300 wethers from L'al dingoiin to Victerin via Swan Hill. John 'H. Campbell in charge. D. Miwph.Tnoa aud Co ownors. Stock CroHaing?— Swan Hill : 70 hoadfof cattle, Mr. Keating owner an! 1003 sl...

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

SlTFFErtEns from Rlionmntisni, LnmlSagO' Sciatica anil other unulououa ufTections bIi .u. J tt'^Premunirs Orijinul Choi roily ne, a m ? 'i oann thai lms, einti- its introduction in 1844,. b',on-ctnplayeil on ,v very large t-onle both by tha' Madioiil Profesjioii and tho Public in ttvovjjijin-t of tho. buapitnblo Olobe,. with un. vmiod, iuui't'Bb.. ainuo ita iiitioiluctioii into- «iui i» , fin rjonummy or v i eunitin a en oio* Hynf Hoi ii--n onh'!!. oil iiiiil ia ii-!--udii] as Htninoatoflicr ufc mid vulitalilo medicine that.! ria»,ave!T bem- ititroilnci-il into the Colony. Tlia- Bi'ofeasiun prescribe it ; Misaionuiiea pi'i ten aii'l jiao Fruemiin's Chlnruilyiiu, anil, people lonving any of tho pr ncipul ports for ' the interion invniiubly tak«' a Buffioieiit' ?np-ply/ toi laBfr. thoin, a twolvcmontli— Sold1 o very where* thioiighont tho Colonies. Insist upon hm-iitjj '?Fitcmun'ao only. Reject auhatitutea as thVyuia wurtli leas, Trade Mark, niul'TeplKint1. Twn OnoAijs— H»|jiilai«i|ir...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. It's Time To Swim Out. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Ibiunor, It's Timo To Swim Out. Dear friends, .13 you wander through life you will seo A great many persons who nro very ' squeo gee ;' Who think that the earth, tho air, and tho sky Are ready for them when they are ready to buy; That mnn and that woman must bow in tho dust -viien they como in tho way 01 tuo great 'upper crust;' That heaven ia scarcely as 'good as they wish, Considering their previous socinl ' posish ;' But lime ever changes, 'tla thus we havo rend — They bnd better swim out, for they are over their bend. There's n youth over there with a girl by his side, He's bound to get married with her for his bride ; And they hnven't a cent, rest assured, hid away To keep them from want if there comes a 'cold dny.' There's a clerk in a bank with a salary . small Who wears the best clothes, is the swell of the ball ; He baa to have money, that wo all will allow, And ho gets what he wiahes, no matter ho.w. Thorn's a statesman, n patriot, deep in whoso soul . -.- . Is tho purpose...

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

General News. . ? . ? : ? .; M. Ferdinand de Lessops (says *t the' 'European Mail') celebrated the mini vevBiiry of his birthday on 'November 19, and entered upon his 83rd year. He can look round him und see but very few men of anything like equal eminence who are as old as he. . The Gorman Emperor is 90; Z-r. Dollihger is 88 ; Molike. and Bencroft the liis torinu aro each 87 ; Kossuth is 85 ; and' Professor Owen in 83; but it is I not eusy to extend tho lUt. Yet it is us louidliing to note the large number of living grout met! who tmvo pasRB'li the ordinary limit of human life. Of Sover eigns, tho Pope is 77 ; and King i\Vil linra nf the Netherlands is well close on his 71st year. Of statesmen, jSii\ Gladstone will he 79 next mouth, Mr. Brtaht is 76, Pnnco Bismaik is 72, V Jules Grevy is 74, M Loon Siy und M Leoryot are each 71. Lot d SilhoiiiPCts 75, Su R. Alcook is 78, Lotd Shei brooko is 76, and Lord Oninvllleis 72. Ot GoneraK M'Mihonis 79, Leconf is 78, and Bazaine und Ciuldini...

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

fllMscellaneouo. Onwards the Sunset. Blaze 1 blaze I ye torches of supernal splendor I Athwart the crystal of the glowing West ; Lighting tho pathway of cartb'a parting monarch, And crowning him with ardent, fiery crest, Ye cloiuls of flame, of amber nnd of purple I Unfurl your banncia with consummate nrt ; Mocking tho fairest dreams that ever floated Within the chambers of the poet's heart | 0, sunset fires I Where nro your secret sources t What dread magician bade yo proudly glow.? Tremulous, quiv'ring, and instinct with pas sion, Yo throb, ye sparkle, nnd yo dnzzlo so 1 0 wondrous cIoiuIb, of bright, fantastic beauty, When wereyo fashioned— in what dainty loom ? Just when the day ia passing into shadow, Ye buist upon aud rndiate the glojm I See ! how the crimson melta into the purple, Or dona the blushing huo of Eastern rose ; While through the folds of each translucent curtain A gleaming fringe of liquid glows I Now, all tho color fades in clear, soft radiance, Spreading out a p...

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

Law Kelatmg to Newspapers 1. Subscribors who do not give- ex press not:ce to tho contrary, aro con sidoied wiblnng to continue then* 311b soriptions 20 If suhscribors' order' tlio dis continuance off their poriodicnls, tlio publislior may continuo' to* send' them until m roars nro paid, 3i. If subscribers neglect or lefuse to bike their periodicals from tho offico to which they aro directed fliey ;u'O held rcsponsi-.lo until they have settled their bills, and ordered them to bo discontinued. : ?I. If subscribers -niovo to other places without informing the publish er nnd tho papers aro sent to their former direction they nrij responsible. 5. Tlio Courts have' decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing or leaving them uncalled for i.s prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. 0. A ny person who receives n ne«'S: paper and makes uso of it, whether ho has ordered it or not is held in law to 1)0 n subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in ndvaiico, they are bound...

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

To be Called Early. One evening, not long ago, there was arrested in Melbourne nn old gontloman of position nnd of cheery habits. The- police man said he had found tho old gchtleman on the street very drunk, Tho complaint was cntorcd against him, but ns ho seemed to bo able to get about, ho was released on his' recognisance, nnd sent home in aback, which ho paid for with great alacrity. When his ense came up in court, tho only witnesses Bummoned to prove his condition were tho policeman nnd tlio old family servant of tho accused, a faithful nnd devoted retainer. The policeman bad given his testimony, which waa unqualified to tho fact of tho old gentloman'a intoxicntion. Then the old sor vant waa called to the stand. There wns n: mingled expression o£ indignation and deter mination on hia countenance. He testified flatly, to the surprise o£ the court-room, that tho old man was sober when he came home. The prosecuting attorney proceeded to ques tion : ' Yon say thnt Mr. ? was oobor wh...

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

[A CAl'D.' R. aTrae, Stock and Station Agent, Notice* RA.BAE! will hold ii mite nf Stmk .. Ht Swim Hill on FHIDAY, the 27ili inst.j at 1,30 p.m., wlio'n he will offer i— 70 He..d of good Cnttle, nf which 30 Hie til fur the Butcher. OwndiH Imving Rtock for Rult) will |ilenKP tono^ppt this intiiinitiiiii. Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE is hertil.y giveh . that tbp PamiHishi|i hi-icinfoip exUtiii' be luet'li TOWKSESD DUIIVEA, of Park ,Nide, mill Frederick -Matthew Howard PAKitBR, of Suiiiiyniii.., turn Ima Iicdii D..-vrjKcil. TOWJNSUND DURYEA, ' ' ' PiirlcsMH. D.:t«d the 18th day of Jttnumv 1888. ' . NOTIUli is hcipl.y given ,thnt th» Pariiier-liip hciblbf.iii' -iiRiinj; Ib ''?i-ii Ihe tindei sinned .IU1IN CRAMSIE Hutl JOHN OLABtv I'.OWUENj In i In- biiM'iii-SMil'UciiiMiil MtiU-hants mid S niiiiiiual Pio|-riptors nt Unliuiialil miM Hay, in the culuny uf N.-w S null Wnlcs, icil ,.t JiclniuiT atjd MkIioiiiup, in di« colony -if Tlcini-iu, in xlid linili'l' (lie inline mill nM Ih nf '?...

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

Heavy Transactions. \Vhat litiB beeh culled tho ' hoom1' in silver stocks still continues in Syd ney, but the rush appeirs to I e hardly i-b great as ib has bee.n for the lust threo or four daysi Still the qunt ntinns nro 1 ein« well mninta'ned, and in one or two instances there is nn uj) ward tendenov; Stocks bf nil Kitids continue to be largely sought after, although Centrals and Bonanzas have bad tho greater number of investors. Henvy jpimwis ih several mines nre re ported to hiivD cliiiiigo.il hands, und al together yesterday's business hours Would cohiparo vory favournbly with tiny which have been experienced on Ohutigo for somo re.ii'Et At a lough eomputatioh. the total of seven days ^transactions has henu put down at about LlOO.OOO. 'Iho largest sales of Centrals woroj \ve believe, tnade at L7 10s, und when the day closed they WiTO eagerly sought after at a slight reduction oh this: Proprietaries show ho appreicLiljlo nltemtioti ; but trans notions in this Hue have not beoh h...

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

Our: Snako Budget. (Southern' ArgusV O ro moio warm weuthei is tho or der ot tho day,, ind the wily seipent leaves Ins place of concealment 111 the hollow log 01 the-Fiuslif ind bmnvWle to .crawl over tho face of tfte-eu'rth. M»ny o&om oxchuuges ace responsibly for tbe storios wo rirjij.:', but wo ni.iko our se lections from the columns of papers thu nd i tors of which, wo know to bi\ l:ki-. CtOTurr9 wife, .'? nbovo suspicion.' Strange us tho' assertion tuny Appear, it ia nevcrtla-le^ 'ifim that there arc mmiy country journalists who would never think of drawing upon their inmgTtmtioii for an item, and who would not wmo im u inn 10 puragruph to auvo tbeir henrtliB and homes from total de viiotiitiotu But lot u» to tho snakes, or iiitber ttwny from dwin, for wenro with Artnmus Wt.rd whon ho saya, ' If J sees 11 raitlemiuix hole, I bear away to the right iind says to myself that hole belongs to to that siiuix.' Last week, Mr. George McFtirlund, junior, a young man ubuiit 18 ye...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
H[?]s on Mallee Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Hui;3 on MaUea Farming. TToilinij; bin if long term nfoiliK'.iliou ... m thorough -koIiouI nf -expcriuncu uhii - pro.-lucp.ii r.nally succossfnl ni:illee .fur rociV* This it my oouviotion after ? hnv 5Vig Hp -lit Huiin -111110 in tho nmllco country. Timt country is n/i yot in .its infancy,, ciiiisllfii'fiil froitr.ni) ugWei'iltnrol 9UiuI|-urnl,'iimi will tvquiro uiuny yeura of liurd work doforo it c«n bo developed iiito wlntt I belie- o it will yet become, n'umoiy, duo of the grandest ngriculturul ntul 'razing districts in- the colony. 3&r.vnviv, tlioso who are-plucky und on rL-i'|ii-i.iin^ mioii^li to tacklo mullet; ullot hkmh* itt ihu present jurictuio must nuk.' ii i thi-ir minds to ' rough it' a go.i t ili-iil. But us tho soil is rich, the r.iiut'.ili iini|)lu i\i n nilpr Htwl tliocliuintn UiMi'iy nl 1 tli.it can be dgsirtd, mid pur ? iaillurly for \vh--iil growing jmd grnz jiig; i Ii .y m.iy ressoimWly expect to he - Kboially rcwurdoi.1 iu the-'.vorv near fii tin i! for...

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

Balr&nalct Municipal Oounoil'/ Tlie fortriighilr inei-tin',' of the' above? took place on Mnud.iy ui«ht at thff Goii'ioii OliMittliHiM. PreHHiit,- Aldermnn' Qiiiibaiiv in tlm elrarr, Crau* and Bur-' low. Tiie minuten of two uveftti'nsjsf on thtf 19ih uf D'ei'eiriber ninl 5th of JnntiHrV (S|)ecial) weie ie-ul and cnnfirmpil. The* ifHiila'r nieetiii!! on the 4th uf ?JuniiHi'y' lipseil for wunl of a qiioni'm,. only Aid* Or 'in nn'l Grinhain herns I'ln-t-enl:. Tlie ba-nk Imok \vnsr ti-bloil Hhowing: £68 9-t fd' t« tlj« ffrmtil of the Ol/imoil^ afifti* |iaying for' all the* coirtiMcli* lately7 finihbpil. , '' Tin* following' currespoitdJinMB' watf rend — ?? O'ntwiifd'— ^fe?3Sl?S! Sf'temiv Bros. & R'i-m re Imlis-nut]' untH. , MI'-isir. Crimwie, B-%-«o5'ii & Co., rfc*' ceptniiCH of tender for reil*;iiiii. Ifr. jHin-'SiO'D1)iiiipll,-i*ivin^ JC-rmis' sion.tu erect new biiililiiigs* for the A.JS/ IVinkvi The mime, |ierinissinn irj- ereoti* f-m-ivm'omi'l .Coiirt-liKiivi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
JANUARY 14. (Before E. L. Rowling, P.M., and Cram, J.P., Esqrs.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

January 14 (Before B. Tj. Ho-v'ius;, P.M., and J Ciani, J.P., I3sqi-s.» Arthur, Thnr hiiiiiiuuiihiI JToIiii Oanuoii for 'Imving on th« lltli January nasairltei) mid beaten JiimV Proaeciitor, a Cir|4entor, uivina his address its Melbourne, s-hvii hi « nvidenue in u cmifuseit ami iiiuiblin;; .manner Hij'd had to be called, to order renenteilly. He Riiiil he was in the S iynl Hotel 'on W7_. 1 1 1 ? , . . ' ? .i -v ??uiieauny.. iii-iii- aiici;. wns^jiifliicwivito j'liii W ijame c.»ll--il ???YanUeer -j;r»l--'T'H' shilling in and the winner shr/irK P©1 feml nit was tliPic'imif iifmrw.iidr ennl leii!-eil him (n |il»v fur 2«. H*fi accn-ol tliw (li'femhmS /.f liwpvtrtti the dice, who in return s'rni-k Iw^nt on the nVe*, tuvf « mark was visibTe on his face. Cross question^ by defendant, when t'n-: oc cured1 he said on Thursday amf tfntf. ne' wus sober at the time. Asked whether remembered luvitnr n g.-imp at billiards he said that he had never buon inside Che billiard rnn.n. Would sweai- ho w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
How to Treat Hired Help. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

How-to Treat Hired Help. There is no doubt but people who nre obliged to keep servants have more or less trouble with them. Perhaps I ought not to express my thoughts and feelings on this subject, ns I do not keep regular servants; however, 1 have had quite an amount of ex perienco with hired help, ns we hire all our coarse work done, and I find they nre human, nnd with many a little kindness goes n great way ; there is no one rule that will work for all. As with children we must govern them according to tlieir dispositions, n mildrebuke to aome will bring them to subjection, while other* would require a seriea of punishments to yield. You will iind a little study of your servant's disposition will prove that what would bo a kindness to one would be sure to lead another fnrther from your in fluence. I think a little prniao now and then is very gratifying. If servants do their work quickly nnd well, why not tell them you aro pleased nnd let them sac you appre ciate their ellorta, but...

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

Wire Nettinar Fences. Tho following Jettpr was addresspd in the ' Arpna' rpcently. Sir, — Tho slippp'owners of New South 'Write', who have come to tlie cnncltiR ion thnfc finality in rabbit dpRtruction* , van only ho secured bv dividing tne ' country into ralibit proof areas, are. t»vi tierttly touch perplexed as to the mesh and heicht of wiie neUinct they ciioiilt) trdpi'. EesultB of exppriinnnts have lately been '.iven showing that young , rabbits enn get through l£in nieRh, (j fnct well known to anyone «hd liacj ttny exterienco in tlio matter' J hut, ns ^joinied out in a previous lottpr of; mine two yefirs lirtck, tho fencing is not er ' ected to prevent young rabbits going' through. TIipsp must return to their burrows near the fpnee and when able, to movd to a new home thpy cannot pet through eilhr-r ljin or l|in, of, I believe, even 2in mesh. To protect a garclrn or valuable1 6hop H is Ceftainly- right to use l^in nip-:h, hncl for ft national purpoin, such ns di Viding two colo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. In the Gloaming. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

XnMes' Column, In tlieGloinninn. In thcglo.iciingjby the waters, rippling, sing- ing, murmuring love ; Jn the gloaming with tho breezes breathing, moaning, sighing love ; In tho glonming with fair Ilespor shining, gleaming, glancing love ; In the gloaming with the robins chirpincr, twittering, dreaming love, Xorry camo with dark eyes glowing — Terry came and whispered love. Oh I 'twas sweet there by the brookside, in the gloaming, two alone ; Oh 1 'twas wordsof youth and passion mingled with the wimU soft moan ; Oh ! 'tsvns joy, nnd of all moments best that life to mortal Rivc3; Ho who knows it, in tho gloamlnp, ho alono most truly lives.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

S= =3' Murrabit. (tnGti ttuh ftw» CoiuUsPoNbENT.^ Jiinimrv 14. - Hut-tenting Tins fiPdRoii in Lhis -1Im- triot linti horn , tlif icver^e of n iiloiimUifc li|iHih( ss. \tlierp tiro n Bum ber of fiirhiprs not V«'t tiiiislird, Imt if tlio mft'itlid* lu'fps line will finiuli next tvcplr. tt linn lieen tlip nnv-t renurk nlilo KniiRnta pvnr e-qjonei-cpf;- oh the \)ro--peots of tlie formers \vpifi VnrV £00(1 until the -hildulft -Of Ocmiinr, ,Vliprt n lot oi tlio ero|is died (iff nnd tle»d hpiuIs were plentiful, next wp li«el thn V«vV ti'euvy wind stonna thiil hiid n fc.pn't itaf of ttift (Srn|W Bit. on tlifi grunnd. t'hp 'riisRlioppeis diJ not tin Vis much harin. us (liny took cmly ftiulit. %'OiitWnrtfa. t'lifl next e.-iliuiiily whs 'h-i nlst tun) tliiit is tiAil on tiiiilipied \niu\ nnd oh tlie frontiigp Iilocks. Sump £niti(l looking crops linvp nothing in -liam- 'rtiilv ii little BbriveHri.l wheiit. t)i) rhrt |-t»iim tlie Crn|iR hrtvp not huff ternd mnfili troirt tl)H rust, nlid whph thn...

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

irousmiroLD. Pulled 1)raad is an cdiblo tlint ought to bii on every table. It is designed to be eaten with cheese, and it is delicious. Tnke a loaf of freshly mnde bread, nnd while it ia still wnrni pull the inaidc out pf it in pieces the size o£ your hnud or smnller. l'nt these into the oven ami bake them n tlelicato brown. When cool they nra crisp nnd na full of flavor as a nut.. Eat pulled bread once with your cheess god you will want it often.

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

Medicinal liccipes. By Gehtie May. Sick Headache — A diet of bread and butter, with ripo fruit or berries, with moderato nnd continuous excrciso in tho open air sufii cient to keep up ngontlo perspiration, would euro almost every ense in a short timo. Two teaspooiifuls of powdered charcoal in a hnlE glass of water and drank often gives instant relief, Warm mustard water should bo given one who has accidentally awnllowed poison. This will causo vomiting, after which a cup o£ strong coffee should bo given to counteract the remaining effects. . Well ventilated bedrooms will prevent morning Iiea'.lache8 nnd lassitude. Hints for Sunstroke CiiBCB — Lay the patient on his back, loosen tho clothing, so as to oncourngo n free flow of blood; expose tho chest, especially over the region oE the heart, and with a large cloth, towol,or sponge freely bathe tho head, face, neck, and chest with hot nnlt wntcr, ns hot ns can bo handled, con tinually adding moro hot water nnd applying it until tho pat...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mr. Grumbleton's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 January 1888

Mr. Oruniblcton's Dream. BY EDITH A. P., AGED 13. There was onco an old gentleman named Grumbloton who wns always praising ' the good old times,' aa ho called them, and complaining against thoso in which lie him sel£ lived. One night, nftor he had been more than usually indulging in hia pet griov anco, lio had a dream. He thought that an augei nppeareu to mm and saw, ' To con viucoyou thntyonr own times nre the best, you ahnllfor ono night bo permitted to visit former ones.' Then suddenly tho scene changed— ho wna no longer in his 8aug bed room, liut wn3 walking in a narrow street. It was early morning, but tho ahopkeopors wore already beginning their customnry cry of ' What d'ye lack?' nnd tbo numcroiiB street vendors wore offering their gobda for sn.'o. The old gentleman had been to London, nnd ho felt certain that this town mimt bo it, for he recognised tho Tower and several other ancient buildings, but, for any thing else, he might never havo aeen it, for he wna continually losi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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