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Old Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 9 March 1887

Old Kaby. Poor 'old baby;' ho liung about tho halls and on tho stairway, and everybody snubbed him and said: 'Oh, your nose is out of joint,' aud he was told to bo quiet or it would disturb 'new baby,' and ho was sont off to bod alono, and nobody cuddlcd him or kissed him to sloop. His papa told , him I10 had a littlo angol bro thor, but lie wanted to bo angel brother 'himself, and he just hatod now baby. But ono day when the uurso was making gruel in another part of tlio room ho was told that lie might look at tho bundle that lay in his own crib. All ho could seo was a cross redfaco and fisticuffs. Ha! a thought struck old baby. A cruol, wicked thought; revengo ! I Ho leans over the bundle, I10 watches the pink fingers uuclincli, lib puts his rosebud mouth down stealthily, I10 bites ! ? Thero is ; a great cry from now baby, tho nurse drops tho gruel, all tho family fly to tho rescue, aud tho badolil baby is summarily bounced. And I10 wan ders about heart-brokon, and at last goes an...

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

Household Iveniarks. If you wish to keep a sharp knife don't put it iu hot greaso ; stir your potatoes whilo frying or turn moat witli a fork or an old case knifo kept for tlio purposo. Salt extracts the juices of meat in cook nl.J.) ,w.t t„ salted until they havo been broiled.' , In order to stop bleeding at tho nose one should bathe one's feet in very hot water, drinking at tho samo timo a pint of cayenne pepper tea, or hold both arm3 above the head. ? A good remedy for sore throat i3 to tako throo pennyworth chlorate of potassa, dis solve and tako a toaspoonful every hour, and also garglo with it. All sediment cocks in kitchen boilers should be left open at least onco a- week for tho space of fifteen minutes, so as to clean and ? wash ? out all foul sediment. Oftentimes when complaint is mado that the. water smells, or that it don't heat properly, the real cause will bo found to arise from this iieglcct alone. In washing- forks; spoons or cups which have been employed in eating e...

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

Time and Mstaiicc. r Why drives yon cabman ever on \ ; ; ? So rapidly in dauntlees flight 2 ^ He's here ono moment, and hp's gono .. V ' The next away, far out of sight,. !' Why, tell mo why ho hurried hence, -V With a restless, hurried pace ? - - 0;J (Ho has accepted eighteen pence . , ?' , v ; ; To drive ono to a certain place.) - So slowly through the busy throng ? His fiery steed is fast asleep, t , . ' And like a snail he moves along. . The gra33 beneath his feet doth grow,- -.1 - i-;-' Yet on he crawls with listless pow'r.v : ;;/ He bides his time ; for, stranger, knoW' . V ?? ? . His cab is chartered by the hour. ; ; There' is a paper published inChicagoV . . called Tho Hog. It is said that it fairlyf ;-.v V;'V- .' bristles with good things, and is plentifully . interlarded with humor— a regular rib- ' . tickler, in fact. In addition to the usual ; ; ! supply of solid inent thero is a corner for tendor lines, and each number bos a short;. ? tale. It must bo an offal nice pape...

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

traveller. Executions in Canton. Crime docs not go unpunished in this part of China. Tlio professional guide of the city indeed, shows tfie execution ground of Can ton with nn honest pride. It is notapleasant place to look at on a wet morning, and to a criminal must have a very depressing appear anco. Yet, with tho exception 'of three or' four wooden crosses leaning up against the wall, there was not a thing to indicate that tho sceno had ever beon ono of wholesale butchery. Stilf here it was that, in 1855, nearly fifty thousand so-called rebels were beheaded. A short lane, seYcnty-flvo feet long by twenty fivo feet wide, narrower at ono end than tho other, was nearly filled with earthenware pots put out to dry. Very muddy and sloppy, there was no placo marked off for executions, nnd I stepped down to the little hut at tho end of a lane to make tho acquaintance of tho executioner, who, I learned, lived there, beforo I found out tliat tbe beheading was performed wherever there was a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. How to Remove Spots. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

tables' Column. How to Remove Spots. As long as wo havo littlo folk about us wo shall havo to contend with ' spots,'' and indcod, it is not oasy for us grown peoplo to keep clear of thoir disfiguring presence on household drapory and garmonts. Food will drop upon coats, and vests, and dresses ; sauces will bo spilled upon our tablecloths, and no amount of care can always prevent tlio over-turning of an ink stand. Tho liousekeopor, thoroforo, if' sho wishes to presorvo an ordorly and tidy appearance in hor hoino, must havo at hand somo rcoipc3 whereby -to do away with tlieso terriblo enemies to neatness nnd beauty. Tho following aro a few practical inothods for removing differont varieties of theso constantly appearing blemishes. Tho most common of these aniioyancos is tho 'grease-spot.' Theso appear at all times and seasons, and in what would soom tho most unlikely places. Of courso if tho article can bo washed with soap and wator tho remedy is simplo and requires no discussion. If,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Century Plant. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

The Century Plant. The ccntury plant is the American aloe. Its botanical name is Agaw Americana, and it i3 callcd the maguey in South America, and in Mexico the mezcal. It is a plant of the cactus kind, having a short stem, which terminates in a circular cjuster of fleshy, sharp-pointed, bluish green leaves, covered years, so that but few have withered when the plant has reached its maturity. It is a popular error that this only occurs once in a hundred years, wherefore the name ' century plant' is used. Tho period of maturity o£ the plant varies generally, according to climate, from ten to seventy yenrs. In tropi cal countricsitrapldly attains its pcrEcct stato, but in colder climntes, where it ia cultivated as an exotic, it often requires a full century to reach its maturity. Aa soon as it does so it sends up a stem, which grows to a height of forty feet, and sends out numerous branches, forming a perfect cylindrical pyra mid, and each is crowned with a cluslcr of greenish yellow ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Remarkable Animal. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

A Remarkable Animal. The laraa will bear neither beating nor ill treatment. Tliey go in troops, an Indian walking a long distance ahead as a guide. If the lamas arc tired they ttop, and the Indian stops also. IE the delay be too great, the Indian, becoming uneasy townrd sunset, after all due precaution, resolves on snpplicating tho beasts to resume their journey. He stands about flELv or sixtv paces off,' in an attitude of humility, waving his hand coax ingly toward them, looks at them with tcndcrne s, and at the samo time, in the softest tones, reiterates, — ' lo, ic, ic i' If the lamas are disposed to resume their journey, they follow the Ind:nu in good order and-at a regular pace, but very fast, for their legs are vory long ; but when they are in ill humor tliey do not oven turn to ward the speaker, but remain motionless, huddled up together, standingor lying down, and gazing on heaven with a iook so tender and melancholy that we might be led to imagine that'theso vcrysingularaii...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
nature. Soft Shells Protected by Hard Shells. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

mature. Soft Shells I'rotcctcd by Unrd Shells. Whciv a crab sheds its shell, which it docs once a month throughout tho warm season, it is probably the most helpless creaturo in existence.. It is merely a lump of delicate, soft flesh, with boneless legs attached. It is as defencless aa a naked oyster would be. Any fish could eat it. Any scaspidcr or sen flea could kill it. It cannot move, ns its sheatblcss legs aro unable to support its weight. Where tho water teems with fishes enwr tn devour rmo nnothcr. and where eels, bloody-minded and ever hungry, ceaselessly beat their feeding ground in 6carch o£ food, it is surprising that the crabs arc not extermi nated, They would bo if it were not for a most marvellous provision o£ nature. I am told by truthful men tliat when a crab finds its shell too small for him though usually the most unsociable and irritable o£ crcaturcs, he makes signals o£ distress. True to the unwritten law that governs crab life, the first hardshell crab that sees ...

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

Science* A Scientific Discovery.— A rcccnt dis covery is tbe fact that a ray of ligbt pro duces sound. A sunbeam is thrown through a lens on a glass vessel that contains lamp blaek, colored silk or worsted, or other sub stances. A disk, having slits oropcningscut in it, is mado to revolve swiftly in this beam OI ilgnt, BO as 10 CUt it up, tuua limiting alternate flashes of light and shadow. On putting tho e;ar to the glass vessel, strange sounds arc hoard so long as tlie flashing beam is falling on the vessel. Recently a mot;e wonderful discovery has been made. The beam of sunlight is made to pass through a prism, so as to produce what is called the solar'spcctrum or rainbow. The disk is turned, and the colored light of the rainbow is made to break through it. Now place the car to the vessel containing the silk, wool, or other material. As the colored ligbts of the spectrum fall upon it, sounds will be given by different parts of the spectrum, and there will be silence in other part...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

OlllSAT' capital apparently lina li'een tried' to bo. made. out of the visit of the Hioiiiiei*. of- tl)&-Ei'ee-.U'ade colony,; to , tho protected'.umtercol&ny of. 'Victoria. Wo. fail lin' any degree whatever; to sao..wlit'ieiii such inconsistent opinions c*u« ire- any- seiwtt no up.Deltl. Tliei'e ,. iio,gri-Htei'«nxiii^uistS'-ii!.tl-e''Yic- . toriitan A'Hsembly to- thb' abolition of1 IV'lftietrl', . jitttronugi^ thaii' ttibser-Mom-; bum wKo li'eld- lejiding^positions Uffth'e sipoNtleH-o^ Emtection.- And if buoIi ? jij'liticians - liSnd llieir wuy, .tlis railwiiys' , (if Yiotoi'ia- woulil iie-veiv luive-ivSpoiglif bi'oitglit- fl'iiiw Bi'ea-tludd- England' tp' }dilci}-. tlto- Yiotorinij' mil'ivays- iii the ? Hplmid.td'posiMon- tliey* uosv^ oocHpyi- as Hgninsfr.' o-ur'' ppliticnllyf ' mismanaged t» 8totii:' * Sir Henry? PiirKfes; .we uppre lii iid visitfcV{Y'ictf-iia', .nnrt interviewed ' tlm Cliiiiniiim of tlfat- Colony's raiUvay . ; Vmai'd in particular,, nnd to no mo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. With Heads Uncovered. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Sftetcber. With Heads Uncovered. As ho took tho dispatch and placed it in an insido pockot and carefully buttoned hiB jacket over it and loft tho general's tont one might havo thought it an order to bo delivered at tho other end of the. camp. Tlioro was no anxioty in his face — no hesitation i.n his stop — no dismal pic ture roso beforo him to chaso tho smilo from his lips. Ho waa to ride from a point on tho right-hand branch of tho Arkansas _1 ? l J.'. ? 11. T r.PJ,. ,.iiln„ uiuiuaL uuu auui.11 iu a3 tho crow Hies — ovor tlio lovol prairie — over tho ridgo-cut plain, and a thousand hostile Indians swarmed ovor tho country between. Night was just falling as tho scout rodo away, and threo tif tho cavalry followed clo3e bohind. Ho had gono among tlio men and selected tojaleasohimsolf. Thero were nono who did not bear the scars of an Indian fight — who had not heard the war-whoop so ofton that it had lost its terror. Each man know that ho took his lifo in his hand, .and more. It is a s...

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

'local.. NEWS.. ? .GkifBon-. of Bnol'ahi- Ba7^'ah.~ A meet ing, of the working eonnnittoo of. tlio: forthcoming, bazaar, in aid! of tlio funds of St. Barnabas' Gliurch of Englitud, . Vvns hold at the I'arspuagc on Moudvy oven iug, 7th iii8tr present KleBsrs: Eiohatdeou,, ia tlio clniir, Lockhart,:Lobsoy, Bertliou, an-t: ibe'libh.. sea',: 'Bev,-H;, L-.RfitUnrds::. Tho meoting histruetod tlle'-Hon.Secrptary to have circulars printed, and forwarded to all those in tlio outlying districts who liad subscrip tion lists scut them, unking thoui to Iciudly i forward in any ainoimts collectfcd befor« a jpeuifled date, so that the comiuittec wonld bu in a position to- make alls iuieesoary ar : rangemcnts at dates suitable lor biinginn to 'a'sncccssfnl issnc'tho Contcmpljited *br.iaitr, i. which is to bo held during tho Kasfcr Itoli i-days, thsse lists in 'the town irviy stand over i' for a longer period. Dir.. Anderson's resigna tion as a member of the -committee was ro apectfiilly received ; ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Home-Bred Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Hoiae-l*rc-t Cattle. . . ; ; : Miv-HoMiirk, speaking at a mooting of tho 'SVest Tevoitdale Fanners' Club last week, said tho lessened imports of beef . ' had no effect in raising tho price ; wo ap . poared to havo abundance of homo cattlo ' for tho demand. This was proved both - lVv Mm innt'mmnd nnnibnr nf nnffln in dvn'nk ' ' Britain, nnd by tho universal lowering of prices. Taking tho supply of cattlo for ; V warded to tho Monday's Metropolitan ; / ^ marlcots during tho three months ending October 12th, for each of tho threo last years, it was found that in 18S4, 31,070, of which 25,510 woro homo-bred ; in 1885 38,110, of which 29,180 woro homo-bred; , in 1880, 41,310, of which 31,020 woro . ; liomo-bred. This showed that tho re jnarkablo increaso, year after yoar, sinco 1881, liadbecn chiefly from homo supplies. ' Thoroliad been quito a3 striking an in crease of slieop and lambs in 1881 and 1S85. Tho nuinbors at tho samo markets ; were, in 1884, 107,500, with about a sixth part o...

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

Hollbway's Pills.— ^ Weary of life, — Db- nuigenient of tlie liver is one of the most efficient caiiees of. dangerous diseases, - and the most prolific source of those melancholy forebodings wliich ore worso than- d?.»lh lt selfi A few'dooses of these noted Pills act magically iu dispelling low. spirits,, and re pelling the- oovort- attaclis. made . on tlio nerves by eX'cesiiva'. Beat,, impure atinos pliei's, over-indnlgenee, or exbaustiug excite ment. The most shattered eonstitutkm may derive benefit from ilolloway's Pillsr whiou will regulate- disonlered action, brace the liervcsj. increase the energy uf the intcllee., faculties; aud- revive- the failing' memories. By attentively studying tlio instructions for tuliing these Pills,, and explicity putting them in praoticc„ the* most desponding will soon, feel confident at a i urfect recovery.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farmer. Pig Breeding in Denmark. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

farmer. V Pig Breeding in Dcumnrlr. a recent report of tho American Consul at Copenhagen, somo particulars on tlio V/quostion of pig breeding aro given. In ' / tlio first place, with regard to tlio feeding of pigs, it is pointed out that tlieso animals dovour their food with great rapidity. Tlio - ? n»u. iraiu uuijf uu KIIU uuiy Ul iJibiwug u^l tho food, tho sido teoth, from their particu lar formation, boing unablo to masticate it sufficiently or to mix it with saliva j it is therefore, important, in order that tho re quired amount of nourishment should bo derived from tho food, that it should bo givon in an undigested condition to tho . oxtent of 50 por cont. In preparing tho ., food, it is important that it should bo first boiled or steamed, and if thi3 is not . possible, tho corn, &c., should eitlior bo grouud or bruised, or allowed to soak be . fore U3c ; if roots, thoy should always bo cut into slices. To what oxtont it -ia ' 'necessary to resort to extraneous kinds of...

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

, Prosccute the Swindlers M If when you call for American Hop Bit ters [nee green Iwiy of Mops on the white label and Dr. Smile'* name blown in the bottle), the vender hands out anything, but American Hop Iltttor», refuse it aud shun that vendor as. you would a viper; and if he has taken yoiir'inoney for anything tl*t indict bh» fbr the fraud aud sue him for damages fot the swindle, aud wo will pay you liberally for tho conviction.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No 69.—(Continued.) VANDERMANNS' LUCK [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures. No £9. — ( Continued .) VANDERMANNS'S LUCK' By Grosvenor Bnnster ' You ist der most sensiblest womans— ach 1 lady I mean — I over did meat,' ejaculated Hcarich rapturously. In truth he yearned for his smoke, and this last observation per haps went further to inspire him with ad miration for the lady than any other charm or attribute possessed by her. ' Oh yes. I liko to sea a man smoke,' eaid Mrs. Spencer. 'It looks cosy and domestic, i tnink it ia pleasant to see a man on one side ? of the firo enjoyicg hia pipe, while his wife j cits on tha other'knitting or darning.' | ' Ach 1 yah 1 ' sighed the Dutchman, ' and 1 mit der little pabics in de cot in der corner I — yes,' and he puffed contemplatively at his ! pipe. It was with the utmost difficulty that ' the widow restrained her merriment. 'You ought to get married, Mr. Vander manns,'-Bhe said presently. 'Then your wife could mind your store while you looked after your claim.' ' Der Tenfel 1' ejacul...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Land Board Sittings. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Land Board Sittings. The - following' are the himiesti-iid leiises applied for mid leciniincndcil by the Ii-mi'd, tlio evidtniee ifi the first 12 has iilioailyrapiieiiied in a foruier ishiK', we now give viilue of improvements, and appraisement of ronlals : — ? ? Jmproveiuontu- Survey B'ees . Itentals' - ? p. a W. It. Tboftteoir X04 )7 ft X1S IB 0 2d. It. Oraluia ? lib 12 U II (1 3 Sd. VV W. Lni.lin.nni1- K, H 7. . 1I312 O 2 4.10th A. D. l,oel!Woo.r -2SU 11 1) ' .'2;! 'S «... I iClUtU Ttios. Sjuidertioai . -ill 1 10- ' lli 11 ' II .. ' 2d.^ j. w. no- ?? oi iu a is o u 17-iotir Thoi. Sutton 1(1 11 0 1 2-luth. Jus. SulldureOlt 12 10 0' Id IU 3. Id no le-.a ArOuodo. . 2UO 111 fv -. li .i- U. -2d.. H/I)avv 41111 O- ' ? 17-IOtli. W. U. O.'Itmsm. nil 17 a i:i 17 (V 21-lotn T. l. ij»ou ?: : as is » .; 111 is -iv-iutn Sainli il. Davy, if. L. 8G 2, on Tiipra . I'liiltlllig. — Tins application was refdsctl: by (ho Hoard at the list [Land. C'ointr bu-t had. siuee. been rie coinuieiided by tho ...

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"ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

'A L M A.' An Omgikal Austkajjax Stoky BY . HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., M.P: OP SEW SOUTH WALKS J (All ' Hights Itiicrted.') ' OHAPTEH.XXXV — (Contimjj p.) 1 ii -Yea— up in the ranges beyond Snob's - ' Gaily. 1 It's about tho infernaUost noet of ruffians in the colony.' ' Why don't you root them out, then ?' ' Well, you seo it's handy to havo them to gether, under your thumb, eo to say. Besides, Btrango as it may seem to you, wo havo only known of its existence a very short time.' ' And tho bushrangers were caught there ?' ' Yes. I left tho party to go on to tha Mountain Hut whilst I went to Forest Creek to report the capture. ' [iUr. maker aid not know that tbe prkonero had escaped on tho Bamo night.J ' How ate tho wounded men getting on ?' asked D*rt, moro for tha ealio of making ?conversation that for any interest ho took in their wclfora. 'All right— note ot them were badly hurt. Tho comminckr, Harry Lascelles, got tho 1 vfirpt of it ' _ — 4 ,s,'5Vho (Jul you pisy f 1 -asked startled ...

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

Malcolm & beaty, ^'tocfe «mt Station SViKntjs Valuers, u c fian ccviS, anil SSsutl Stents, . BAL.KAJtA.LR, LAND AGENCY, MALCOLM & BEAT'S: Jim livniminil fo ' ? I t)lwVW 'OP' APPLICATIONS I Under t-lio ? Crown Jjjmnl's . ifict of 1884, And |T*irh through tho lajStd offtce; ; Also appears, at the / -?' Local x Land Court;, And attend to any la-n-o fnirsnsBss 'EiitnintftiV fc trtienv ?;'?? information -awl* particulars 'on 'p.- 1 III In I fvnni ? MALCOLM &, PEATY, ? ? Balruniilir. ' I-fvisroii Of Rims; ? - NOTfCIir. Tfr \I'COLM FiRATY V prav -I - pared f'o eXeente JRTafTS' and' Trsicincs of Land ; also Flans, Specifications, etc. TlfE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. '|3 AID UP CAPITA li— .€/-00.000;. JL with jlo'.cap to iiicreass t/o ^l','003j000i Dkueiive Fund — £2SO,OOtf. ' i?' ' HEAD OFFICE : Sydney.; I'OXIiOX OFFICE : 2 Kino William Stiiket, E.C llranches throughout New South Wales nnd Queens land : Agents In all tlio oHioF...

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