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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

VJ A L- O'. ' h 8c 3' A TV, aw,* ffnficn '^a&ters. ^Mi'TiOitccrs. and pUUt l^CMS, BiLKilT ALU*. LAND AGENCY. MALOOLM & BET.4TT Are prepared to DRAW TJP APPLICATIONS' -Under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, . And pass l.li rough tlio 3L.A.]sri- office; Also appears lit t lift Local' Land Court;,, And attend to nuy tA?f» bvsikitss Elltl Hated Co tlll'iui Mill' information' and purlfon-lura nil liund Matters to Iib had fi-o»i MALCOLM & BEATY, r ?? BulriunilA j Mvfsion of Runs, ROTict:, MALCOLM & BEATY nr.. pre pared to execnte Itlnp.H »nt} Tracings of Land ,- «iw- Plans, Specifications, etc. THfr Australian Joint Stocfr Banff. Incorporated by Act o( f.'ounoilr'lS53. PAID UP CAPITA L — £500,000, with power to increase to ilr000,000. Rsbbrve Fond— £280,000, HEAD OFFICE : Sydxk.y. £GNDON OFFICE t Kino AVilmam Stxhct, E.C Branches throughout New South WnksamlQueens Siml : Agonts In all tho other Colonies and In Great fcri&ln, America, India,- China ; and...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

' ; ' Hotels-. . ; BMiraiiaid iHMel . jMis: W. J; WJ§0M- : EtifJ to-anno'iineo fo her jtrigiljh, nii'-Li(\? ? J3'\'jViUilic, that ulie ;]K13:,110«'. tiiken'ihv above \yoll:Un«u;»-llotc'Ir It he her ieilileavourrtp c'/nrcjuct tliq business. 8' t)iat It iimv entnjfrtri) favourably »yi€li the leading Metrojiplitan Hotels in attractiveness: aiid . -X-j-i$il;t. . . , j '? .? ;? ' v-'E,v'ery attention paid, to Boarders ? and ?Vis! tors; r/ , V' - ti .. - ,Tne fargoat iiid most 'coinrilbdioils House lu town'. - Wi'wc'i gwriSi fa tttc 3$st ^wturts' alwajjis in tirs t-cl ass itabli ii£. ISiiliardfc. / m. J. MUKPiiy; . ... . Proprietress; ' , : ' dbmiiiercial Hotel; __ M'MAHON BROTHERS^ ' ' ' J , , tlUiPRlF.TOlis; V', ESS RS. ? M-M A SON PROS.. ties ' to notify to tho p'ubli'e i^of inilald mid district, '.that they ln\ve \uken the uliovu well-known. Hotel, und liopo by giving every attention, .'to ?? merit a fair.. share.. of support. , , Every accommodation, with home 'comforts. :? Sample Ro...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

DEATH'.. Touno.— On tlie 5th March, at lier late' residence, Mai-ket-street, Balranald, Eliza,, tlie beloved wife of Peter Young, aged 67 ? yeas,. ^Deeply regretted 1EIi£ JUbmmt Jteccnrfier WEDNESDAY, 9th MARCH.

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 — 9 March 1887

- PASTORAL. Balranald. — o ? River'ma Hee.onhr Office; Tuesday Evening; Pastoral- and agricultural matters in these districts have had a)) tho beat ad-vantages, that ao far asa capita] season can materially support,, and wo are trustful that this may Be the forerunner of many like-seasons. Rivers— Gundagai, 3ft lOin ,- Hay, Gft 8in; vvagga;. ait uniratmld, iUtt 2in p Wilcan nia, 27ft liii ; Menindie, 24ft 2in ; Ebon, eariioj. 20ft Ilin ; Wentwortli,. 10ft '2iu - Wahgunyab, 3ft Oin ; Euhuea, 3ft Sin;. Swan I Hill, 3ft Sin ;: Ku-'iton, 4ft ; Alhury, 4 f fr..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Swan Hill, bOtt OWN Correspondent*.) March 7. threat rejoicihg was caused here on.. Friday morning when it became known that Messrs. Cliafiey Bros., had been granted the Mildura run for the put- ptfSebf irrigation. On Mouday after a deal of threatett-: lug, We had a severe thunderstorm, ac fcohipanied by a terrible gale. While the rain lasted it came down heavily, and part of the main street was flooded. The lightening continuing until after ' feunset, leaving the atmosphere clear hnd mild, which is quite .1 treat after \vllat We have experienced for the past three Weeks. There has been quite an athletic Wave over us during the past Week — swimming and tuhning thatches being the order of the day, otherwise we are in a state of dormancy.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
An Australian Mocking Bird. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

An Australian Mocking Bird. The hen builds her nest at the foot of tHe trunk ot a tree, ot twigs and bark, lining it with dried ferns and srrass, and leaving an opening in the front of the top. She herein ' - deposits the one cg£ on which she sits to in cubation, for as an Irish friend said 'she only lays one egg at a time,' leaving the nest daily for her food. The hill country abounds in ants, from those of the large bull dog ant, an inch long, to those of a small . black variety, and it is upon these insects and their larv.-e that the lyre bird chiefly subsists. Tbe bird is of a sooty black color, with a body somewhat larger than that of a pigeon, bat bos a tail of graceful form and beautifully marked. Ordinarily this tail is simply carried behind like a peacock's in ? ? ? rcporc, but -u fuumi «[wn '(heir *' dancing bedo,' with head erect and tail expanded over Ibo back, they are decidedly handsome. These dancing beds nre patches of com paratively clear ground, from one to two yar...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
POLICE COURT. MARCH 1. (Before G. C. Jaffrey and A. Cameron, Esq., J.'P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

POLICE COURT. MAftcn 1. (Befol'e GL C. JafFrev and A. Onmet'Ofi) Esn„ J.'P.) Georga Imiig, Alexander M'Arftinr, Joseph Green, John Dwyer, John Kniylit and James Read, nppeared iii custody) charged with having in com pany robbed Bui pool station on the 2 1st February, Tlie evidenca disclosed that a most dating robbery httd liN'tt committed by some persons. Mrs. Mary Andrews, wife of the J overseer, deposed to the facts of the ease, and JUCMUII1CV. mc OIA -U,»OCII, ' -ICl husband, who was present, could not Cotl'obnrate liet* statement, and as none of the stolen property was found Upon tlie accused, the bench ufter a patient enquiry, gave,/ them tho btmoflt 'of the doubt and discharged theim Jamas 'VTooda appeared in custody charged With stealing ft quantity of Jirovisions from Kyang station. Several' witnesses were pulled, who deposed to Beeing accused in the kitchen at the Rtation, and the arresting officer, Senior Constable Moui'itsS, . who found Borne of tho stolen property in acc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 10. VANDERMANNS'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Australian Tales and ; Adventures. No. 1». VANDERMANNS'S LUCK. By Grosvenor Bunster. IIo como up to Mad Tom's Gully a fort night after the rush bad set in— a great, lum bering, slow, awkward, slab-aided Dutchman, with a red noso nnd small grey eyes, and a large mouth. This latter featuro however, boie a remarkably good-tempered expression, and when stretchcd in a smile, aa it generally was, rovealcd tho possession by its owner of a Bet of white strong teeth that might havo aroused tho envy of any dentist. Tho man stood over six feet in height, the breadth of chest, width of shoulders, and length of arms wero of tha herculean type. Like most strong men, his legs were disproportionately short. Altogether Hcnrioh Vandormanna waB as ouaint and crrotesauo a nioture inhrecchea as ono might meet in tho travels of a lifo time. That this was bo, was seen in the taot that ho oxcited universal attention amidst a com munity, the members of which presented every imaginable eccentricity of form a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

American Co's Bffoj* Bittern aro the Best SSittcrs Ever Made. They are compounded from ITops, MnU., Buuhu, Mandrake, Dandelion, — tho oldost, host, and most valuable medicines in tho .world and contain all tho best and mnat curative properties of all other rcrriadica, being tlio greatest Blool Purillcr, Liver Rc» gulator, and Lifo and health Restoring Agent on earth They give new life and vigour to tho aged and inli' m. To all whoso employments cause irre/»u)anifcy of the bowels or urmary Orgdrtd, or Who require! an Appetizer, Tonic and mild Suimulant, American Co's Hop Bitters are iuvaluabie, being highly curative, tonic and fitimulrtting, without intoxicating. No mattor what your feelings or feymp» fcoma are, what the disease or ailment is, 11*0 Hop Bitters. Don't wait until you are eiekj but if you only feel bad or miserable, uso Hop Bitters at oneoi It may save your lifo Hundreds havo been saved . by so doiugt LOO will be paid for a case they will not euro or help* Prosecute the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Truly Marvellous. I CullinOA, N.S.W., Sept. 24. 1886—1 have suffered more or less with kidney nnd liver disease oVor 25 years, ami feel it tuy bounden duty to God and man, to testify to the Valtlo Of Warner's safe cure and War* tine1, nnfn nillo \lv llrinn Loorl tn ,.n«„ f„„„. lne six or eiplit times iti llie lnRlit, and samo during tbe day, especially in cold and chan geable weather. 1 could uot sleep for giddy head, foggy eiL'iia before my eyes, a feeling like ice running along the top of my head, great pain from the kidneys and on each side of my stomach, urine full of tube casts. About fifteen months ago I became so bad I could not void my urine, followed by severe Vomiting, lasting from C to 25 hours, I be came a mere skeleton. I had consultation ttnd|doctored with three different physicians, which resulted in doing me good for a short timo, atid then the disease would return Worse than before. I then sent for the fourth doctor, and I feel I cannot do liim juBtice in giving bin...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

JOlfcN CULLEN, J^KV, ' ' Proprietor. . .'OIRST , Class Accommodation for Gam-' * mercialmen and families. Commodious i E tallies: and ; attentive groom. ; , Beat Wines and Spirits only. .? ; Billiard, Table, akd^Sariijpie Rooms. ; . ' Horaeia aid Buggies ftr &rc. ? ^;..'bFFIckVo^ CCfBB 4 CO. ? Coachcs leaye.dally forSwon Jpll, Palra'tiald, Huston, wentWorth, and other parts of the ? Colonics. . ... ? Whl , Bufcklandi .MeUfpurns; daily and .weekly Papers, also 3$iyerina Re ? corder'. and Deniliquip Chronicle.' Advertiseiiients reeeivfed for above papers. , ? ? ? ' ! .Agent for Colonial Fir^andjMarine (Insurance Company of, ^evj;' Zealand, jCapital £2,000,000 : (Unlimited Liar bilityj. .... . ? KoONDttOOK, VldTOKl£ j ROYALi HOTEL:, ? :? \-'l --? I .. (Next to the Railway Station}; _ k ep1 EXCELLENT accommodation for Com ? inercial.Traveilersand. Visitor?.. , ; Best Brands of Wines and Spirits only liept. ? ? , ; ' ; i -? Horses and Buggies for Hire; Good Stalling.. Efficient G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Swaii Hill Hot^l PATRICK- GLENNY/ Proprietor; 't)EG$f ib iriforin the putli6 that hS JD has first-class aCcojhmedatiori fof visitors; ioose ifroies and Good & tabling; Brarids' ef -Wines/ Beers,' aricl Spirits; Gobd' Billiard Tdbl6^' Spleiidid Mrisic H'all, £58 x 27, suit-' able for D'raitiatiC PerfornlanCCs,' Con-' cert's and Dances' E.- H.- FARRANT,' Hairdresser,' Tobacconist,- and^ Fancy Groods,' Newspaper Agent.' i G EN T FOR' ' Age,' ' Lfeader,' XX. ' Australiisian,' ' Argiis,' ' Sket-] clier,' ''Sportsman,' ' Fauiily H'srald1,' ' Australian Journal,' ' Once a' Week,' ' Piindb,' ' Kentng Times,' ' Illustrated Aiistraliuri News,', ' Sydney Bulletin,' ' Sydridy Mail,'' ' Echo,' ' Iterald,' and ? f' Riverina1 Re(5oi{dek.'' D-r Atkinson^ 6hemist and1 Druggist*,* KERAjSTG. Orders hf Post Promptly Attended tb/ Deritistfy iii ali i ts Briri dll esi' G: R. & J.- Flighty CARRIERS AND FORWARDING^ AGENTS,'' B0'0]^3? & ker!M'g. Agrfrit'ss air Bborfc1; for the', Nati...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. "ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Ifoovelist. ' A LM A.' An - OitiGtttAL Austhalian Stobv, . ' : ? HAROLD STEPHEN, Keq.,sM.p; : . ' OF NEW SOUTH WALES. »? CAU Rights Reserved.)^ CHAPTER XXXIU.- (Continued.) . 'Yon know well enough continued Susie, ' that tha only Bhow you've got to esoape . being bnrnt in yonr beds some night, is just to help those boys to get clear of the traps. . If thoyget rff, I'll undertako that you and yonr old man shall be left in peace. Have you oloBed the bar?' 'Yob, and everybody's gone to bed. Oh dear I' 'Don't be a fool, just yon go to bed too, and go to sleep as Boon as you can, I can manage everything hotter alone.' ' What a gall' exolaimod Mrs. Bigby, ad miringly, as she left tho room. 'Littlo aa she is, she's got tho pluck of a man. Ob, lor, I wish it was all over 1' A few minutes later the sergeant returned, and reported that the men were in their room and quite ready for their coffee.. ' And it will be ready for them in a minute,' replied Susie, filling a cup which Btood upon a lit...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. The Summer Man. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

l&oenv. The SumincrMan. Ill aummor at tho mountains bluo Whero lifo is fatr, but men aro few, Ho gaily nports, ho has hia day; And by the End sea wave also ' : ' Ho is a muoh admired beau Until the season fades away, ~j jtie areBsea in tne hoigiit ot style, . There's fascination in bis sinile,' - He's nimble in the giddy danoo ; Ho pionioa plana with ready skill, ' With love-makings he plays at will/ ? But is not hurt by Cupid's lance. He wins the good wil of mammas, Tha dark auapioiori of papas He wai7ea away with graceful, taot : ? He sings love's Boriga wilh tendor power, He always wears a littlo flower, He knows how both to speak and aot. At archery, in tennis court, . Ho rivals all in tho gay sport, But plays so that tho fairost wins j And yet, through somo most subtle art, ? The vanquished belle will take his part, And leave him with unpunished Bins. Bat summer joys, alas I aro brief; He's out down like tho tender loaf When blushing fields grow sadly brown ; Mammas and...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sheep Shearing by Machinery. SECOND TRIAL OF MR. WOLSELEY'S INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

f&i&fff Skearirfg' by Machinery. I SWtfoitD- Triai/ of Me'.- Wolse'ley's fNVENTioNV Mfi F^- Y. Wblsel'eyV patent sfiee'p fifrearer' was further tested last week alt if&srs. Gcddsbvough ? airi'cf Cb.-'s wo'ol Stove,- B'ourke-street west, Melbourne. , Since the last trial the , merits of the' invention h'ad evidently been widely discussed- iri pastoral circles,- and , i'mon'gst the large number' of sqvfatters fi!nd iS'stzieVs who' assembled to Witness the trial, nearly eve'ry great pastoral! Srfea in' Australia: was represented. A tfirig was roped off in tlie centre of on'o' 6t the large stores, arid! tier's of wool Okie's were so' built up' as to form a gallery'.- Even there th'e' crush was so' great tli'at m'any were only with' diffi culty able to' get a; glimpse ait the oper diti'onV In' order' to afford' som'e idea of tfotfrect distances in' the fitting up' of a! Shearing' sheet- to meet the reqUirerrierits of the' new patent, three' stands were' built,- al...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Moulamein. (From oon own CoRitESPo-n-ENf.y March 4. Last Saturday being polling day here, there were a good many strangers' in recording, their votes1,- causing con siderably moro stir than is- usual in' this1 quiet township: Towards- evening: everybody was on tho qui vive of ex pectution, and speculating as- to' who' would be the successful ciindid'ates. At 4 p m, M essrs, (Chanter und- Barbour were declared to have the majority of votes at. this polling booth, but it was' not till Monday thut we rectired the' final result from Deniliquin. On Saturday evening a very sharp1 though ahot-t tlituidnrHlorm pnsaed over tlie towuBhip, about 30 points of. raih fulling in ten minutes') and again on Monthly we had a further Full of 15 points more, und .since then tho air haw been delightfully cool and pleuaant.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. What a Girl Can Do. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

'ILabieo' 'Column; What a Wirl 4/an I5i-. A y .ung girl was lamenting that sho could bo of 110 uso to tho poor bocauso sho had 110 money. A philanthropic woman who was prosant said, — 'You aro a fino reader; why do you not road aloud to tho poor of whom you happen to know 'I' _ ' Oil, I know tlioy do not want any ono to read to thom.' ' Try it and seo,' was tho answer. 'I havo sovcral families in mind who would bo dolightod to hoar roading whilo they attend to their darning and patching. Ihoro aro mothors, also, who would bo vory thankful to havo somoono to tako up tho baby when tlioy aro hard at work. Indeed, tliero aro many ways of helping tho poor othor than with monoy.' Tho young girl full of zeal of scrvico, at onco sot out for tlio nbotlo of a poor wo man who had a young baby. Returning after two hours, sho was radiant, and told tho friend who had suggested tho plan of action that sho could uover bo sufficiently grateful to hor for her advico. 'Oh!' sho said, 'you should havo ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Seneral iSTews; . .^gricultiial College Reserves on {he Murray. — Tlie '? Argus' says : — ^Messrs Walter Miidde'n, M.L.A,- Charles Yeo, and T. E, Dow,- members of the Conrieil of Agricultural Education, ? who' aive' inspecting the reserves on the Mrirray set apart as an endowment for Mguuuiuurui colleges, reacoea went wortli on Tuesday evening nftfe'r travel ling for six days on the lan'd along the river on the Nailing, Bumbling,- and Kulkyne. The party spent sonde time in looking over the Mrldtira run, the country proposed to be occupied by the Chaffey Bros'. It was feiind that the Country, while pbbr for agricultural cr pastbral purposes without irrigation, being much like tlie rfeat of the niallee, cb'uld, with irrigation,- nb dbubt be weir utilised for the purposes intended by the Chafifey8. Between Swan liill and Wentwoeth the Mallee Act and th6 erectiori of the' . Government Vermiri fence are beginning to produce a gbod effect upon' the Country. VVire-netting fences ari'd fh6'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Origin of Opium. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Origin of Opium According to tho Bengal legend, thero once lived 011 tho banks of tho holy river Ganga a rishi, or sago, iu whoso hut, made of palm leaves, thero was a mouse, whioh became a favorite with tho seer, and was endowed by him with tho gift of speech. After awhile the mouse, having been frightened by a cat, nf.'i'fs onvnnst. HnJlVf/nfinn wna nlmnrrori rishi into a cat ; then, alarmed by dogs, into 'a dog : then into an ape, then into a bear, then into an elephant, nnd then, being still discontented, into a beautiful maiden, to whom the sage gavo the name of ' Posto mania,' or the 'poppy seed lady.' Tho king having- seen her asked her parentage. Postomania to deecivo the king, told him that she was a princess whom tho rishi had found in tho .woods and had brought up as his child. Tho upshot was that tho king mado love to tho girl and tlioy wero married by the holy sage. Sho was treated as tho favorite queen, aud was very happy; but ono day, whilo standing by a well, sho tur...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Nationality. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Nationality. The' opening lefitui'e'of the Edinburgh' ITniversity Celtic Society was' recently delivered by Professor Flint.- The' Sub ject was ' i^atfonality.' At the outset the' professor remarked thafr of thoSfi wh'o'hiid treated of ''Natfonality' some had' preferred' to' speak of it as d principle,- others' als a se'ntfiri'ent,- nnd still bthei'S' as a fact.- It v^aS all three, ff it were nfSrmed that race br speecli or gebg^nphical limitrf, otl rfriy otliei4 single feature,- ebristitiitfid nationality nrtd conferred tlie right of a separate pblitidal existence,- the dbtifci-irie was tili doribtedly diingei'eris iri tlie extrenVe; and its Ibsiial fionsiedu^iice' wbiild be Sivil wnf o^er tlie wliole wbrld.- Deal ing with' tile (piestiori. \Vhat' don stitiited c nation 1 lie retiiarked' tliat tn^i-e had bfieri nnich disdrtssiion as to whether 6V riot Ireland wbb brife nation, and as to whetliei1 or riot! it! was a nation'.- In those discussibtis lis had no wish to take part, bub' ...

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