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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

'Do Not Be Discnuragoil, even if yon have tried many remedies for your kidney diseases or liver complaint without success it is no reason why you should thruk your disorder incurable. The mostJintrnctrWe caros readi ly yield to the potent virtues of Dr. Bell's Bitters, It is a purely vegetable compound which acts on tho kidneys, liver and bowels at tho same timo and thus cleanses the whole system. Don't wait, but get a bot tle to-day and cure yourself. Good For Baiuus ? 'Wo are pleased to mty that our baby was permanently cured of a serious protracted irregularity of the bowels by tho user of American C'o's Hop Bitters by its mother, which at tho Bame time restored hnr to perfect health and strength,' — Tlie Parents. Reo, Labour Agency ami Registry €-llice. Registration Fee, 2s 6d. Encasement Fee. 2s Gd. Malcolm & beaty have the following on their books. Open for Engagement — Married Couple (boundary-rider) for Out-sti'tion, Station Overseer, Manag'r or Partner for Storekeep...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

[Card.] DR. C. WTPARDEY, M.B., et., Ch. B., Has Commenced Practice in S'W.A_ISr HILL, And may be Consulted Daily at his Kesider.ee, CAMPBELL STREET, SWAN HILL, ? WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Great Cattle Range. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

A Great Cattle Itangc. ~ According to the Now York journals, the great plateau between the Uoeky Moun ?' tains and tho Sierra, comprising the terri tory of Utah and tho state of Nevada, ? — - ? *? .. is destined to beconio tho greatest cattle . rnngo in tlio United States. Immense v tract3 of luul, uomo embracing nearly . . ? :vuvr. : 250,000 acres, havenlroad.ybccn purchased * and ounoi1. of In 'e herds in Texas and tho bouth-Wt tun States .are looking for' i-auges in this wulo section of natural pistnioliud The pressure of settlers I t 1 who wisli to eii'igo in agriculture, and found homes upon the lands in tho great feitilo til in J of tho West and South has begun to crowd, out tbo cattle rings, who ?' linvofor years monopolised tho largest part i^'?'^4^'4 of tbo states which by nature aro bettor fitted foi the l u iing of crops than the s;t v ; . j -.'i; pasturngo of herds. A begira has begun j. of cattlo men towards tho West, which ?- ??',:??? bids fair to aid materially iu tli...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Small Debts Court. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

Small Debts Court. Febrdary 4 (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) Wm Clifford v. A. E. Hurt — for £5 14s amount-, for money lent, und owing for billiards, Pluintiff deposed the-debt -is a -jiist mid true account. To the defendants Yoti came into the billiard room, und : asked v for £3 snying thnt Mrs Murphy would be re sponsible, on that undoi'staiuliiigl gave you the £3; you forwarded a letter proiitisiug payment (.letter handed to the bench by plaintiff, ' Defendant r I never reoeived money fvoui plaintiff, and don't, iutei.d to pay him- ; : To defendant x Are yon the licenses of the bil lard-room j- plaintiff I wus re sponsible -for the money received in the room to Mrs. Mnrpliy, ; I coiild ilnirge j for billiards, noting fur Mrs. Murphy. Befendunt 1 did not know what I was doing at the time I wiis clmrgcd for -billiards:- I don't recollect gotting tho money ; I ' dispute ever receiving any money from plaintiff In reply to the bench, .plaintiff stated tliut lie hiid no authority t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Comparative Prices of Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

- „ Comparative Prices of Wool. Tho following statemont is taken from ..; i' : ? tlio Economist : — During tho current series ? 4 ? . - ? of colonial wool sales recently bold in ? London, prices have sustained a further docidod advance, and tho rise established ?- ? in wool during the past four months is . veiy-'considerablo indeed. According to a 4 circular issued by Afcssrs. J. L. Bowes aud ? Bros., of .Liverpool, Die ndvaneo in that ? ? period in clothing wool . averages 50 per ! cent., m lustre Kinds l 't ?percent., aud in carpet and blanket descriptions '22 per .front- Somo of tho defectivo and inforior clothing wools havo, however, advanced] as much as 7« per cent, sinco tbo lowest ? points touched in April last. 'The advance ? : . ; m clothing wool, Messrs. Bowes state, fol : . lows upon two years' depression in this : - class, owing to the uncertainty as to tlie continuance of tho fashion for women's . .. dress fabrics, which, in 1870, changed from 4 tho still cloths made fr...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 17. FIFTY LASHES. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 17. FIFTY LASHES. r- ? ? By, ATHA OHAPTER I. A full Bummer moon overhead, casting bara of soft slaeon athwart tba trees in the publio Domain, Auckland, New Zealand. On a ruBtio bench, beneath tho widespread ing branches of a giant Kami pino, satnhalf oaste Maori girl, and by her side a tall hand some youth, wearing tho dark-blue uniform of Oaversham's Horse. No Spanish beauty eould boaBt a more glorious beauty of faoo and form than Kiora Selby. Her mother— daughter of tho old Maori Chieftain, To Puke, fell in lovo, and married ono Tom Selby, a sergeant in tho G— th regiment, and with hor hand camo many broad ncrcs in tbo most fertile valleys of tho Waikato, whioh tho old soldier eoon * converted into a good payable estate. Wnile Kiora was yet a child her mother died, where upon Tom Selby bought a. snug villa outsido the city, and sent hia daughter to a boarding Bohool until sho beoamo old enough to take charge of his household. 'And bo you are go...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. "ALMA." (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

' - i Ittoyeltet. 'A L M i'. An Oihgikal Austiia-lian Sionv lir ' 'HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., M.I', or NEW SOUTH AY ALUS. ' ' {All It iglits Hisci zed.') _ CHAPTER XXVII.— ( CONTIMJKD.) n oauny Boot, named . ^M'Oorkle— all overseers of stations, bo it ro. - marked, aro Scotchmen — listened attentively, smoked two pipes, and drank three glasses of whisky and water, and then delivered his opinion. ' Aweel, Master LaRceHes,' he began, 'I oanna say I liko the secmptomo. If he is na olean daft a ready, ho 11 gang the gate, gin ho - , Btays here much longer. I'm not dcesposed ? to accept tho responsibility oi advising ye, but I maun admcei, it ho was my eon, I'd - . - r just kiok him oot o' tho hoose.' ... ' : : ' God bless my soul 1' exclaimed tho old ' gentleman. 'What Bhould I do that for? Tho boy 's as good as gold.' 'Turn him oot to earn his living- -hord . , , work is the phecsio ho needs.' 'ImpoEsiblo, I could not do it. Why, ho would only laugh at me, and then I should be compelled to ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farmer. Sheep poisoned by an Arsenical Power Dip. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

Jfarnter* . | ? '? Sheep Poisoned by an Arscnfcal I'owikr Dip. The mulb f 1 0111 South Africa bring tid i ; inga of another of theso wholesale poison .. 'v - .???'?: .inya of sheep Mint li.ivo happened from --.timo to time, filling tlio minds of tlio ' ? v.. ? ?? ? farmers with consternation in tho locali . J; . . , ? ? tios where they occur. This timo it is a M ? ? - farmer m tho Bloonifontein district, whoso ; 1 . Btoek lias been so ruthlessly destroyed, v. . ; 1 and to tho extent of nearly 1000 sheop 1 ? Tho particulars of tho caso must bo of ' . . mterost to all owners of sheep. The dip . v / . used was one of file best known of tlio . , v. class distinguished as powder dips (arscni ? cal), and has long had tlio reputation of v bomg propared with great caro. We bc . ? liovo tho iarmer used it with somo dogreo j ;, - of conlidenee, in faeo of tho printed stntc niout -with each paekago to tho offcot that this powder dip might bo used with por ? -'_ , v.. feet safety if tho directi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Economical Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

Economical Cookery. Never read by twilight, moonlight, or on cloudy days. ~ . Ono of the greatest troubles with young housekeepers is the meat. Wo aro so apt to get too much, especially where tho family is so small. One pound of steak, three or Tour for a stew and a four or fivo pound roast is n great plenty fur a family of three. If the object is to get breakfast quickly, as it is with me, I try to havo . potatoes enough left from dinner tlio day. before to warm over tor breakfast. Now thero aro warmed over potatoes and warmed over potatoes. I have seen those that it was a wonder to mo how any one could eat them. First slice them and put them into a frying pan with a good Bized piece of butter, pepper salt and somo pood sweet milk. Place them over tho tiro and keep chopping and stirrinj; with a knife, adding moro milk occasionally. When thoy aro very fino and tho pieces adhere together they arecookedsufiicieutly. Somo chop tho potatoes first in a chopping bowl, but I do not like th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamien Conversazione. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

?- ? |- - ? ? ? ? ? ? Mdiilamien Conversazione. (Communicated.) .After the, . services in . connection With tho ordination of the Rev. A. Iiardie, irito tlio Presbyterian Cliurcii, ?wliich took place at Moulamien on tiiq Mh inst. A conversazione was held ' iH the Moulamieri Hall, which was prettily festooned by the townspeople for the occasion. At the back of the iiall just above the chairman, the words were, 'If God be for us, who can be against lis,' were printed in wool oii & ground-work of rod cloth ; the table's beiug presided o'ver'liy Mesdames Liriton arid Cameron, ably assisted by Misses Atkinson and Caider were Sumptuously loaded with cakes, fruit; Zip., arid nicely decorated with flowers, the newly ordained minister occupied the cliair, and on the blessing being asked a large company partook of a hearty tea,- wliich was provided by the Jad!ies .of the congregation under the tareful superintendence, of Mrs. Liri tori,- as the company walked about with 6'up in hand, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

We have received a coflv of the Rfferet,' a new sporting paper, published in Sydney, and judging from the large fund of infornia-. tion supplied in connection with sporting matters of all descriptions, as well as from the pleasing style and contents of the letter press relating to other amusements— mnsi^ cal and dramatic, the new venture d'uglit to' bo Successful. 4 Commence the Year. Right. — Don't make too many resolutions, but hold on like grim deatli to those you do moke. If your, phy sical^ system is out of order, you should at tend to that at once, for it's no use trying to keep a stiff upper lip when your kidneys or livfcr aro the courage out of you. . If you. have Really made up your mind to sum over a new lcaf^ commence tho year by. taking a thor-?ngh course of the celebrated Dr.' Bell's Bitters.' Thousands of people , testify to its good effects for kidney diseases, bil iousness, piles, constipation, &c. Goot-..Words— From Onnn Attthoritt. — * * * We confess that w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
When Mamma Was A Little Gird. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

When Mamma Was A liittic Girl. When mamma was a little girl (Or so they say to ine)i She never used to romp nnd run, Nor shout and scrcntn with noisy fun, Nor climb nn apple tree. She always kept her hair iii curl — ' When inainma was nlittle'girl! When mamma was a littlo girl (Itseemsto her yoivsee), She never used to tumble dowii, Nor break her doll, nor toar hor gown, Nor driuk her papa's tot. She learned to knit ' plain,' ' scam,' nnd 'purl' — When mamma wns a littlo girl. But granmnsays— it must be true — ' llow fast the sensons o'er us whirl I Your mamma, dear, wns just liko yov, When bIic waa grandma's little girl 1'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. A True Lover's Knot. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

' ; , Ipoetvm ? True Lover's Knot. BY ULT.I15 E. BAUD. , : My lady lovo, swootoat and best, ? ?' V, A ribbon I II buy for your breast, ? And tio in a truelovoc'd knot. - , , Shall it bo likooros) in a bow? ? ??? Or shall it bo wlnta as tho enow? . Pray what would you liko, or like not? Or, lady lovo, gentlo nnd fair, Shall it bo liko tho gold of your hair, Twined into a true lover's lnot? ... Bright bluo, liki tho blua of the akleR? . ? ? Truo bluo, liko tin bluo of your cyoa I Or tho tonderiorget-ruc-nol? u:- you wero on I rish rnlleni i i . . . ' I'd buy you a ribbon of green, . , - ? Tao grocn of tho Khnmrro'c, I wot; : It you woro a Scotch lassio I - : Tho tartan would gallantly lio— ? ' ? Tie into a truo lover's knot. s Or, woro you a Dufnh maiden fair, ; Then ornngo alone you oliould wear; ». ? ???'?: Truo orange, ao oplendidly bright; - . ? But, darling, tho color for you - ' i ? Isn't tartan, or green, or bluo, iBn't rose, or orange in hue.; _ ' ' - It ia white; itia bridal ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Turn of the Tide. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

rJTlic 'IT urn of the Tide. Tho harbor lights are dim with smake Which bangs about tho under sky, And wraps the simple fishcrfolk 111 lurid mist as they 'go by. Along tho shore the wind blows free, Keen twilight kisses the wan sea Far out : steer thither, watch with mo The tender stars come out on hiiih. The sky is deepening overhead ; The sail flaps loose; tho wind has died ; The water laps the boat like lead; Faint ripples splash ngninst tho side, And shimmer with unearthly light ; Tho harbor lights arc out of sight We drift into a starless night, Together on tho ebbing tide. How still — how strange— the tide. is slack, We eddy round— wo drift no more, What swell is that which sweeps us back To where the gathering breakers roar About the pale unlighted land ? Can any tell if wu shall stand ; Safe iu the morning hand in ban.d Upon the steep nncl rock bound shore ? 4

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

' JOHN . /CULXEN, Junr;, ' Proprietor. T ? ( *.. .... -? .... FIRST . Class accommodation fir 'Com-: 'merclalmonahd families. .^Commodious stables unil attentive 'groom.! . /Best Seines. and Spirits'only. ! iiliiard Table and 'SaiApie Boomb. j ?Horses aiid Buggies for Hire. | ? ?-^JcfEraCB.^c8i ''dofofe Vca v ; ^Coaches leave^daily for Swan Hill, Balrariald, . JEiistori, \VeiitwortH, and other 'parts of the Colonies. Wm- StfclsMid, ' 'JjLgenfc., [for jfielbpurno^ 'daily 'and ?weekly Papers, also 'Kiv^rina 'Re-' ? corder' and 'Deniliqum Chronicle.' '^Advertisements iVc'eived for above . 'papers. . Agent for Colonial Fire and- Marine ' . .Insurance.; Company of New Zealand, ? .Capital £2,000,000 (Unlimited Lia ibility). ... ( . , ^ Koondrook, Victoria. : ROYAL HOTEL, ; '(Next to the Railway Station), ; ?kEEAi?ra. j ? (l/lXCnSLLENT apcommodation for Com- : ~1*V t meroial Travellers and Visitors. i Best brands of \Vinea a!nd Spirits only P'\t. ... I . LL ? j- Horsps ant). Buggies, for H...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

TO THE ELECTORS : OP ' ???-????. BALRANALD' GENTLEMEN,— In coming forward U8 a candidate for j-our support in the approaching election, I will en deavour to submit briefly my viows. I have been resident in the district for the past ten years, and am thoroughly acquainted with every ? portion of.it, and I think that my long residence in, nnd intimate knowledge of the whole of this large electorate should enable me to understand its wants, and as a local man having an interest in the district, I would have its welfare at heart. If elected for tho Balranald elec torate, I would enter Parliament aB an independent member, believing in measures . not men, I would support the present government on some ques tions, while opposing it on others, I do not think the question .of a frea tni'le or protectionist policy should be the issue submitted to the olectora at the present juncture, as the country has had hardly sufficient time to reflect upon so vital a change in its j policy. I would, howe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

* HDumor. There was one man who didn't tako kindly to a late railway accident in America by which a dozen or moro trunks woro smashed and their contents ruined. When ' the passengers wero notified to exhibit thoir checks nnd make a statement of dnmuges ' this man exhibited his picce- of brass and declared that . nothing less than £100 would - . make liini vdiole. '' Pretty valuable trunk,' remarked tlie ? official. 'Yes, sir; I wns going to Europo for a- ~ year,' ? . , ? Tlie passengers gathered at the wreckcd - car to identify what had been snved, and as i ; the parcels were bunded down tho numheis ? ? of the checks were called off. Pretty soon- ; ! out came a thin, lean, cadaverous old carpet - ' bag which did not seem to con tain more than a shirt and a pair otsocks, and as the number of the chcck was called the oflicial consulted his list and remarked to tho man : 'This is your baggage, sir.' ' Y-e-s, 1 think so.' - 'That's the £100 trunk going to 35urope ' with you ?' ?*???: ? ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Hardie. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

Ordination, of the Rev, Mr. Hardie. THo1 ordination o? tlio Rev. A. Hniv tfie t'o tlio Prcsbj'terian- cliargos of Bal ranald and' Mbulhmein' took place at tho latter township last Wednesday, Boforo at largo attondawco from the Houl'aineiiv and! Balranald' districts. Tho services appropriate, on such oc casion3 were first gone through by the Revs. W. M. Macfcio and J. Dykes, members of tlie' Muvrumhidgce Presby tery nppnintorl to proceed' in the mat tier of induction ; after thoso gentlemen liad- fulfilled their appointed duties,, tho Rev. A.- Hardin subscribed to the ne cessary obligations of tlio church, this Being dono the customary loving on of hands by hia brother ministt-rs of the cliurcFr was solemnly observed. The Rov. W. Af. Mnckio then delivered a scholarly and thoughtful sermon, talc ing his subject from Phil. I- rr.r after \thich- tlie Rev. J. Bytes addressed the newly ordained minister, choosing Ilis subject from Deu. xxx., nn., xii This concluded tho recognised formula ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

American Do's ESajv Bitters are (5ic ISest. Siittcra Matfe. They circ compounded from trope,- Malt, Buchu, Mandiako, I cn-'e[i»ii, — the o) debt, best, and most. valuauia medicines iu the world aud cuiiliiin all the I' a ? and most curative properties of all otiier remedies, being the greatest Blood Piliitier, Liver Re gulator, and- l.ife and hoalth .Restoring Agent on cai tin , ? ? . ? ? ?They give iiew life and' vigour to' the agod and inlinn. To all whose employ-moots cause irregulaaity c.f- tliO bowela or uruiary organs, or who require an Appetizer, Tonic, aud mild Suimulant, American Go's Hop Bitters aro invaluabie, being highly curative, tonic and stimulating, without intoxicating.. Mo matter what your feelings or symp toms aro, what tho diacaae or ailment is, use, Hop Bitters. Don't wait until- you are sicko but if you only feel bad or miserable, uso Hop Bitters at once. It may save your life Hundreds lmve! been saved by so doing, L0Q- will be paid- for a- caso they- will not...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellaneous. The Rejected MS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 February 1887

\ flbiscellaneous. The Rejected MS. I climbcd to the editor's sanctum, And found him thero sitting alone, With i4nslc-pol and scissors before him, Anil ex's around him nil strewn ; His hands were thrust deep in his pockets, .Dishevelled and long was his hair ; 'Bout, his lips was a thinking expression, ] ? His eyes had a far-away stare. 1 trembled a3 soft I approached him, Felt a weakness creep into my knees, And my voice grew so faint I scarce heard it. As I said : ' Here's a poem ; read please I ' Ilis eyes wandered back from thcdistancc, And calmly my person did note ; One hand was withdrawn from his pocket ? And seized my poor lay by the throat, 'l'was a minute— methought 'twas a cycle — Ere the editor opened bis lips ; But the words lie spoke when they parted Oast over my hopes nn eclipse : ' 'Tis rhyme without reason — 'tis rubbish, Each Ed. in the basket would throw it; Don't fool 'way your time wiLli the Muses, Believe ine, you'll ne'er bo a poet.' ' Iiejectcd ! the deuce— y...

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