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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

PASTORAL Balranald. — o — Riverina fiecorde.r Office, Tuesday Evening. A most welcome rain began falling lost Wednesday, lasting during the day register ing in Balranald 103 points. Reports from surrounding districts alike satinfiictory as the loUauiiug returns :-how : — Curmlly, 351 pts j Waldara, 150; Yanga, 11G j Jloolpa, 2(30. Tlic- weather ia now dry and very hot with signs of a change. Kivers. — Gundngni 4ft ; Hay, 3ft 6in ; Wagg», 5ft loin ; Jklranald, 10ft gin. Wil eauuia, 21ft ; Mcdinrlie, 20ft 8in ; Poon earia ; 21ft 3iu ; Wentworth, lift 4in. Echuca, 2ft. Swan Hill, 3ft; Euaton, 5ft 6ia ^ Albury, lft 7sn.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Henry Ward Breecher Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

' ' sitctcbci*. SI«nry W:u-«1 JJrecchcr Abroad. Twonty-three years havo clnp3i-d ninco Mr. Ward Brcccliur paid his last visit to Scotlnnd. On tliiit occasion ho preached onco in Glasgow, having among his auditors in Mr. LSatcholor's church a young Frenchman who has since rison to a posi tion of tho .highest distinction as a critic in Paris, and who, from tho recollection of that discourse in Glasgow has unhesi tatingly pronounced Mr.' Beecher to bo the greatest sacred orator of our century. But it. was tho address ho delivered in our flitv Hull ill ISfi', wliicli ilth'.lffml tl'n gfeatc.it attention, and which is no doubt best remembered. It wa3 delivered for the purposo of turning tho 'tide of public opinion in tho old country respecting tho civil war then in progress' .in America, and 110 orator ever had a more'diflicltlt task to perform. MrtBccchor triumphed over ovoy obstacle Men who had heard tho best efforts of O'Counoll pronounced them in ferior to tho work achieved by tho pa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Mn.. CXmirox in his address on Thursday evening in referring to Government Officials lindertakingdnties said (more especially in con neatieo: with water schemes in these districts) they; liad but tho shallowest knowledge of their work, and gave a happy illustration in ?warrant »f his remarks thus :— It appears tlint oj cerfciia well in Ki verinn remiired look ing into ty a departmental oflicer, who, after visiting- and inspecting the well, came to tlio conclusion that such inspection should Havo been made by nn officer from another Branch of the service, this red tapcism oaused farther dicky, however, itcamo round 4; officers met at tbe mouth of the well, con Ibokad1 extremely irise, and sent a distance pfiovet thirty miles for due versed in sinking, in* due conrae tlie required individual arrived, descended thcwell, fully exiuninedbytappinp its sides; namely informing the departmental officers that it repaired twelve feet of ropo to Sut the well iv working order, suddenly it. aw.ne...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Size of Jersey Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Tlio Size of Jersey Cows. . . Tho following is taken from a pamphlet '??','?.?_ entitled 'Numorous facts about Joraoy - , ',- 'Oaltle,' publishod by tho American Jorsoy ; : -i' Oattlo Olub : 'An objection to Jorsoya ..'.,. of ten hoard from persons not woll ac quainted with tho breed is that tlio cows '??/'???.lire small — too small to suit farmer*! geno .' rally. While it i3 true that there aro many small Jorsoys, it is also truo that thero aro .?'?' mauv of cood si/.o ; and anv- breedor can. ,:. ????'.'?;' -with a littlo effort, build up a herd largo ' '?/. -'. enough for anjr dairy purposes. It is by :' ; ; ?? ho moans unusual for Jorsoy cows to ' ? v weigh ovor ono thousand pounds when in - ;, working order. Mr. Burnett states that ; .the average woight of tho entire milking herd at, Beer-foot Farm is about 1000 lb. In other cases whero'broedors have given special attention to sizo tho avorago woight of herds is as great. Mr; 0. III. Brown, .':% of Nova Scotia, who owns' Nabritz...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Euston. February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Buston. (From our own Cokrkspondent.) February 10. A large nn luuuential meeting was held here last night for the purpose of bringing under the notice of the Hon. the MiuistHj- for Lands for Victorin, the action taken by A. S. Cri-swick, Esq., pastoral lesaee of Bumbang nnd Naming runs, in fpucing i.tt the old frontage road, which has been used for Ktnclc and ceneral traffic for the nast forty yfiars, and also in inserting an advertisement in the ' Riverinu Re corder,' of which the following is a copy : — Notice to drovers and others. A« there is no stock route from Euston to Swim Hill, anybody trespassing will lie |)roceeded against for damages, A. J. Creswiclc, Tol Tol station, lower Murray. Proposed by Mi1. Heywood, and seconded by Mi. McMonnies that Mr. Proudfoot take the chair, this proposition buing carried unanimously. The chuir was taken by Mr. Proudfoot, who thanked the gentleman assembled for the honor conferred upon him. Proposed by Mr. Beecher, seconded by Mr. Kinnane, t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Rents of Pastoral Holdings. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Rents of Pastoral Holdings. Tlie following rents of runs were declared by tho Land Board up to Last evening. — Western Division. Boomiaricool — Lessees, Messrs Taylorand Bertram, rent leasehold area 4-lOths of Id per acre; resumed area, 13s 4d per section. Canally — Lessees, Messrs. Lawrence and Sons, leasehold, 4-10ths of Id ; resumed, 13s 4d per section. Clare — Lessees, Messrs. Stanbridge Meares and Waugh, leasehold 8-10ths of Id ; re sumed 12s 3d per section. Garnpnng.— Lessees, Messrs Taylor and Bertram, leasehold 3-10ths of Id ; resumed 11s per section. TiU Till— Lessees, New Zealand and Aus tralian Land Co., leasehold Id 1-lpths ; re sumed £1 6s 8d por section. Allington Plains— Lessees— Messrs. Golds borough and Co., leasehold 3-10ths of Id per acre. Pan Bah— Lessees, Messrs. Darchy and Co, leasehold 5-10ths of Id ; resumed 1 la Sd per section. Trirlee — Lessees, Messrs. Ormond and Brooke Bros., leasehold 2-IOths of Id ; resumed Ss 4d per section. Paika — l.essso, Mr. P. Mac...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Cheap Silage. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

l-i^^:f-^?thcn}) Silaec- \- V : ; ,:\;.' ; .;; .g-L'ast Juno, _haying an ? ovcr-caton first ? ~: ' v ' ;; ? ? :? drop of clover 'and ryo grass that was thin, : v :. ;u',.I'dotormincd to try an experiment. -On ? . ; V; ;\ ? ?'.;? aMonday I bogan by ii mowing machine, .'.' ':-'.v':';aiid-'out'tlio lot,' and' carried four loads, ;-.' .and stacked it, to tho surprise of alr*tho '/-neighbourhood. ' Whntafoul,'thoysaid, , I ''??;. ?'-, '? ::''it will either liro or rot.' On Tuesday ;.; j. . ; . ;- it w.as wet, on Wednesday lino, whichdried ''i- '.:';' '-?;??;? ''?.:;: the grass. I carried four moro loads. ; .. v.V . Thursday wot. -? Friday I finished carry ing throe loaeb after drying. In tho end '_? tho fii'3t four loads' wore splendid darlc green nnd sweet ; anything would eat it. ? ? 'v ' PirrR o:if, mifl likn ifc much. Sfinonrl lnh - good, darker in colour; third lot not so (.??? '; good as second, darker, but good, and *'?'.;-' '. ? i ??!??? ':.' .?.'? 'tho stock eat it, readily, but...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

TELEGRAMS. Sydney, February 221 Messrs. Lflrin and Dowell for Tamworth. and Lett for Tenderfield, aro returned. The Cabinet have decided on making no fresh appointments to the Civil Service, aud are arranging relief for the unemployed, probably on the tramway to Field of Mars-. .- The Mayoral Chain purchased with the surplus cash, the result of the recent ball to ex-Mnj or Young, will be presented to that gentleman to-morrow. Fresh water has been found 942 feet from the surface at the Twenty-five mile road Bourlte, to Wunnarisg. j Three hundred and fifty firemen- are1 pro ceeding by special train to-day- for Mol bnurnor to take part iu the- Intercolonial competition.. ; The Marine- Board? yesterday, presented Captain Crcer of the pilot steamer, with a gold- watch and chain, for iia numerous heroio servicosis saving lifo and property. The cricket match, Englishmen against New South Wales, was won by the latter. for 27 ruus. Two members of tBe local police force at Gundajiaii have bee...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Farmer. Management of Breeding Ewes. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Gfoe jfavmer. Mana™omcnt of Mr ceding Ewes. I would now draw attention (nays ' A ..-:.? Practical Farmer' in tho ? Agricti lltind Gazette) to tho important subject of tho trcatmout of brooding owes during tho poriod of gestation. Any abuso to tho ! animal at this timo means a very serious vloss to tho owner. Among tho numerous modes of abuso wo note : - ??' 1. Improper dieting. 2. Insufliciont food. ' 3. Want of regular exorcise. -.'?4. Too much crowding and knocking . ? about when close to lambing. ?, ? ? _? C. \J V Vk 'lUUUIll^ 1/ULUIU liHUUIll^. : ? . 0. Dogging or startling owes by a enrc '?'?; ; less shepherd. _ :- . /As lambing .approaches you want caro ?,.. fully to avoid too high condition, and yet : toguard against poverty. If I think my ^. v 'owestoo fleshy, I rather stint thorn than ' ;, otherwise for about a week boforclnmbing. '. - : ; i'o any which mo undoubtedly loo fat, I ::giyb a doio of opening inqdicino, maybo .: ; . tltreo days before wo expect them to lamb: : ? ...

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Balranald Election. Mr. LAKEMAN'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Balranald Election. ; Mr. LAKEMAN'S ADDRESS. Mr. Lakem.'in ndciressed a largo nnd cordial meeting of tho electors at the Masonic Hall, last Wednesday. ? Al derman Simmonds, who occupied the position of chairman, said I have much pleasure in introducing Mr. Lakeman to this meeting, and 1 hope you will give him a fair and impartial hearing. Mr. Lakeman, who on rising to address f.hfi filnprnrs wns rppftivnrl tinfli nn. plause, said, Mr. Chairman and fellow electors, I may address you in these terms ns I am an elector of the Bal ranald district. I need not explain how I am here as it is well-known what is the opinion generally through out New South Wales ns to tho de moralized state in which tho now defunct Jenning's Ministry, placed re sponsible Government in. Last time 1 came before you a perfect stranger, but I hope from the results of ithe poll on Thursday, that my efforts to gain your favor havo* not been thrown away. There is no doubt that the Government which Sir Patrick Jen nin...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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A Kurdish Brigand at Short Range. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

A. Kurdish Brigand at Short Range. On my visit in 1S5.) nn incident took place which will show how law nnd order went on. while tha Turk sits gurgling tbe smoke' through bis water pipe. On tho beach I came Across a fellow in a picturesque cos tume, and with one of. tbe most liccdish faces it fans ever been my chance to gaze npon. It was Mepbistophclia l, but then Mcpbistop helcs was a gentleman, and there was noth ing of tbnt kind in this case. Pure malig nity could bo traced in every line of tho visage I had before me. Being alone, and -iot knowing a word of tbe language, I made signs to him thnt I wnnteil to sketch, and ho like most Easterners I hnve met had no ob jections, and willingly stood for me. To be v made into a picture seems to touch whatever vanity there mr.y be, anil this brute hnd a touch of that in him. While the sketching' was going on, our interpreter came ashore with some others of our party, and at my re quest inquiries w'ere begun as to who my moili-4 might be. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, Jftarft ami station gitfcnt^, 5TaIU«srr §mctioncevifr ami BJiliRANiLV. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY : Are prepared to BBAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, And puss Lh rough tlie ?XlAJND OFFICE, Also appears at tlio Local Land Court, t And attend to »ny [LAN I? BUSINESS Entrusted to them Full. information and particulars on Xand Mutters to V-g had from MALCOLM & BEATY, Bulrnnald. THE — ' '- Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITAL— ,£500, 000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000. Resertr Finro— £2SO,000. HEAD OFFICE : Sydney. /.ONDON OFFICE : Z Kiso William Strict, E.C BrancheB throughout New South Wales and Qncens Tand: Agents in aUtho other Colonies an** In Grea Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal cities of the world. The Hank discounts bills, grants cash credit!, makes idvuncej on approved security, negotiates prodnci lills and documents, fsraes draf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Hotels. ? ? i Balranald Hotel Mrs. M. J. 35£TJBPHY Trt EGS to itnnnnnce to lior tvien-ls and tlie .' JEfe public, that sho lias in. .7t.-iku.Mip i^'jabo*,' well-known 'Hotel. It Will \K her '(tj^JififeAvoar to 'conduct the binnnoss so tiiat it,tiiay compare favourably with the leading MefrriipoliUn Hotels in attractiveness and -coinfort. f Kvery uttcntton paid to Uoavdcw r.'.id * Visitors. ' ? '? '??' The largost and most commodious liouso i» town. Wxw^, BtroilUWte tit tto ?$e&t Sgviuute always i» $toth 8First-«lass Stabling. Billiards. mTjT murphy, Proprietress: Commercial Hotel, __ M'MAHON BROTHERS, Proprietors. MESSRS. M/MAHON BROS, beg to notifyrto the (inblio of Bal miiiiM mid district, tliiit tl «y have taken the nlieve well-known Hotel, and liope by giving every attention, to merit a fair share of support. Every accommodation, with home 'Comforts. 'Sample Rooms for Commercial Travellers. Good Billiard Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. Bust Brands always kept....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Wo clip the following testimonial from the ' Ufa warra Mercury' ou loth march. It need3 no com tnent;- 'Mr. John Lovedav, of the Itulli Mountain writes to us thnt, after guffdrhur for four years with acute sravul, he experience*! alm-ist complete relief by using Sander and Sons' Eucalypti Extract. He says seelnfr the said Extract ailvortis -d in the ?' Her* cury' his intense su/Tsrliur imluccd him to obtain a bpttlo of Mr. Hnsklnsr, chemist of this town, and that tho use of it pivo him great relief at onco. Hu states that betweeu thR 10th March Instant, when he obtained the first bottle of the extract and on the 10th tho use of that medicine continued to afford him re leif. to Which ho had been a stranger for 4 voars. Mr. Lovcdaj- writes also that lio found tho Eucalvuti Extract a cure for rheumatiinr aa well as 'ravel Ho requests us to publish tliii information through the '? Mercury.' We have much pleasure in comply in;r with Mr. Lovcday's request, whose word ean not be doubted, a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

[Card.] DR.,O..W^PARDEY, M.B.; et., Ch. B., .-?' Has. Commenced Practice -w / S 'W A. 3ST HILL, -And may be Consulted Daily at his Residence, CAMPBELL STREET, SWAN mtL, Wit Jttbmmi Jlccorte WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Balranald Hospital. The' usual monthly committee meet ing of the above institution was held at M'Mahen's Commercial Hotel on Fri day evening, when the following were present: — T. H. Boynton, president in the chair, Wightmim and Richard son vice-presidents, Lobsey, Cameron, Smith, Kidd, and Beuty, Dr. Ander son was also in attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The inward and outward correspon dence was gone through and con sidered. The House committee's and medical officers reports were received and ad opted. The bank book wns tabled showing a credit balance of £232 13s lOd. The secretary said the collector has handed in his commission account, but had not handed in his block of receipts and tickets on hand. Mr* Richardson moved and Mr. Kidd seconded that the collector's account be left over for the present, and on Mr. Scott handing in correct returns of al) necessary documents required by the terms of his agreement, these being to tbe satisfactio...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 17.—(Continued.) FIFTY LASHES. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures. No. Yi.~(Gontimied.') ? »-n ? FIFTY LASHES. By ATHA. ? —M- CHAPTER III.. Colonel Barbpp, an old Indian officer, and moreover a striot disciplinarian, was one of tho last men in tho army to pardon any serious breach of duty in tha men under his oommand. According to tho vajeren there conld ba no crime, bo hoinoua as disobedience and neglect in the field beforo tbo enemy. The lives of a thoueand — nay ton thousand men, may rest upon the earo and wntchfulnoBS of ono senti nel. The General Ordors that evening contained day at noon, which in duo course aS3ombled, and tho culprit was brought before it to an Bwcr tho charge of boing drunk on duty. Charlio Stnnton was not sober, aud answered the questions put to him in a hazy way, which only mado his guilt appear all tho moro cul pable in tho oyea of his judges. Onco only during tho proceeding, and when Sergeant Exley waa giving his ovidenco, bo put up his hand aa if about to rebut tho statement, but tho pre...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

. Balranald Racing Olub. A. ocn-mi»t e meeting of the al-ov6 olub was held at Mik. Mnrpliys (Tut tei'3u!l's), . Bali'anakl Hotel, on Sutiir diiy, l'lih in.si.; present: Messrs. Mor (ihett, vice |iro.sident, in the clmir Ckmeron, Dr. Anderson, Silvester; Malcolm, Eiiil', Flyi»n, JVT iwrujr, Benly, Kicimrdaon lion, treasurer, mid L)li3«y rion. secretary. Tlio minutes of tho, previous meeting vrere read und con- fii'med, and tlie pvogramme JrKirn out (which iijipears in our coliims) by the snb-coinmittee, was presented to tho meeting. Mr. i&lrester shim that as the words ''grass fed horses' threw a certain onus on tbe steward's- they .should not lie mentioned in the Mem tiers' Plate, and he also thought this race should l-e n welter weight, for iiye. Mr. Murray wis in favor of re cbicing tho minimum ? weight in the Alein ..«.-??*? Jemle. Dr. Andereon j/reposed, nnd Mr. King seconded, that tHe Members' Plate be for untrained district horses, located within a radius of 60 miles, ...

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Novelist. "ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER XXIX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

'v Novelist 'K$i ;;;An^- Obiginaij ? i AusTitALiA.s-: Story; £*??:??,';, /ii^dp.v: isrisyrSaon jthJ^wa; lbs; if;i;- -^ ? yM^CHA^E&xxlX^CCoicTixuED.) :. . .'.' ';'?,' '3'?;; '? piiij&ps you are r.gns, ' . eain'riurry. V '^i- ^??^'ihey-must not bo allowed to drink, at any - ':v ;?';. ;'s .vi'r-; rate.v How de wo know that the liquor will :PJ . '', ;!.: i:':rh'ot bo hoenssed ?' '',?:??: vi; ;n'-;: -'Stop it at oncie, captain,' aaid the ser ;.:^ :' ;'-?-';:: jeant..'' Call them all into_thej big room, ?': and order in a caso of bottled b'Eer. Then '?'? ':.-j'-:.:»' tell them that thoy may hnva as inuoh been ;..? ?'.:' ? |', ob they please free, but that any man soon ? :. ??' drinking npirita will be discharged on tin '...?'; . spot. Besides, thoy p.ra all dead tired, and ? -. : ; ? . ?_.? ?'. will bo only too giad to get to bed a3 soon as ? :: ? ' they've hod their supper.' ,.; :. . ' ? In less than twenty nv.rmteg they pulloa :- . ?;. ??.-??? ? np at tha eatabliahmont i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 February 1887

THE KIDNEYS. They are the most Important secratory orrans. In to and through the KIdnoyg flow the waato fluids of the body, contaiulug poIbodous matter talcca out of the system. If the Kidneys da not aet properly thl» mattu Is retained, the whota ayatem disordered, and: the lollowini- symptoms will lollow .— Hcadncho weakness, pain in the small ot back aatl loins, (lushes ol beat, cliUls with disordered stomach, and bowels You can thoroughly protect tho Kidneys by Dr. BcII'h Hitters, and when uny ot these symptoms- manifest thcmyoltca you can quk-kly rid yourself ot thain by this best ot all medicines for the Kidneys— Dr. Bell/a Bitters. i What is Dyspepsia ? Amonu the many symptoms of Dyspepsia or Indi gestion the most prominent arc .—Variable appetite ? faint, gnawing feelinE at pit of tho Btomach, with nn satlsifiid craving for food ; heartburn, [eelinir of weight and wind in tho stomach, bad breath, bad taste In tho mouth, low spirits, general prostration, headaihe, and constipa...

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