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Miscellaneous. Fair Margaret and Sweet William. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Miscellaneous. Fair Margaret and Sweet . William. As it fell out on a long summor's day, Two lovers they sat on a hill ; They sat together that long summer's day, And could not talk their fill. _ 'I see no harm by you, Margaret, And you sco nono by mo ; Beforo to morrow at eight a' the clock A rich wedding you shall see.' Fair Margaret sat in her bower-window, Combing her yellow hnir ; There sho spyed Bwcet William and his bride, As they were riding near. Then down sho layd her ivory combe, Aud braided her hair in twain ; She went alive out of hor bower, But ne'er came alive in 't again. When day was gone, and night was come, And all men fast asleep, Then came the spirit of fair Marg'ret, And stood at William's feet. 'Are you awake, sweet William?' she said; ' Or, sweet William are you asleep 1 God givo yon joy of your gay bride-bed, And me oE my winding sheet.' When day was come, and night was gone, And all men waked from sleep, 8wcet William to his ladyo sayd : ' My dear, I have c...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

Swan Hill. . ''(From -otm own Correspondent.1) M.uli 14. .Messrs. Cim pbell, ; OuVIaera, . ? and ?Strickland, 1?. iW.'s,-' sat as a licetisina ?court on llie 10th inst. A transfer of the license of the Swan Hill Hotel from Mr. P. Glenny to -Mk B.-'Pettigniw was granted, as was also transfer from jur. joneu or tlio iNurnng liotcl. Nil rn ng, to Mr. P. Glonny, - i Messrs. Riittvay and Hoskings, rab bit inspectors, summoned live selectors, for not clearing their selections of- rub Kits, nnd obtained- convictions iu each ?case, -and fines from three to one pound 'with costs against defendants. ? .-?Robert Hastings has received an in Hueiii.ial requisiion ' to stand for llie vacancy in tlio- shire council, and it - is more than. :, probable ? that '?.-.Jio will ac.piicsce. Constable Hayden who has been Rationed hero for the past two years, 'left this morning:: for Axe: Creek, . to where he has bean transferred; The Wood Wood laces'.on . the 17th ?inst., ure the- geneia.1 topic, and u:lnr...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. A. D. and Musicial Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 16 March 1887

?B. A D. and .Musicial Society. A. committee moctina oT t'he 'above fsodVty was hold at ]V1 'Million's t'miri Inercial .Hotel on Tuo.scl y cveninn, tlio :8£h inst. Present ^--Messrs.- Daniel, in 'tlie chair, Davis, Silvester, Greenhum, SSouthce and Iicnip. , The minutes of tho previous meeting 'wore road and continued, '.'and 'Dr. An 'derson's resignation; was received -\fri£li , ?regret, and a , 'vote of thanks 'Was ti'c ?eorflcdliim ;for -p'asfc soyvices in cdnnec 'tion with tho sooie'ty. _ ?The Dramatic Society, and tlio 'Brass- Band, haVe decided to amalgamate. hi' ?conu outing - uio:r m r.iii^uim.'ut.s, uiu l ill 'Jittinsr, and toikintc charge of all nintters, in connec on with 'nil amusements, in future, to lie carried out at the As sembly rooms, ' 'opposite the post office. A letter was -received from tlio C'ol ?onifil Secretary's Offict!, in reply to tliD. request of the /Society^' -for a license, necessary to carry: on theatrical per-, forniauces at the hall referred to, in...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
In the Kitchen. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

In (ho Kitchen^ A pleasant kitchen is a choorful, home liko place, and I'm glad that decorative artispoopingintoitatlast.'aswoll as in tho parlor and tho bedroom. Tho newest kitchen candlestick is uncommonly liko its ancestral prototype, It has a baso of a deep bowl form, extending upward at one side and turning over in a point with a hook to hold the lnrgocouic.il extinguisher, ac tno samo timo lormmg a convenient handle. A largo oupliko rim sets off tho candle andsorves to catch tho melted wax. Egg beaters with scroll handles, and ogg boiiors in antiquo repousse brass havo appeared, and even tho old-fashiouod rol ling-pin has borrowed a now gaiety from its relation, Uio bangle-board, aud has tho ends of its handles carved or finished off with F.oinp sort of ornamental turn. Crmub brushes aro mounted with brass of a liK.-diaival design, ai:d crumbs are swept into ntra.y with a dragon handle. Cur tains for kitchen windows of bright chintz and a cushion of Turkey red calico for tho c...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Work for Women. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Work for Women. To-day women aro found in tho follow ing trades, manufactures and professions: Artificial flowors, and leaves, awnings, beddingsupplies, blank books, paper boxes, collars and cuffs, boys' clothing, buttons, brushes, canned goods, caps, 'cards, car pet sewers and weavers, cases for jowolory, cigars aud cigarettes, cloaks and suits, clo thing, confectionory, copyists, cords and fringes, oorsots, dressmaking, ombroidory, onvelopos, essences and oxtracts, fanoy boxes and fans^ feathors, flannel, flags, lure, giuipa,.giovu3, yuiu ium, iiairaressors, handkerchiefs, hat sweats and trimmings, labols, laces, laundries, lead poncils, linen and laidies' underwear, mats, mattresses, medicines, morocco goods, milliners, neck ties, papor bags, parasols, patterns, per fumeries, pockct-books, pearl work, pro servos, printing offices, quilters, rags, ribbons and ruffles, shirts, silk factories, soaps, slippers, straw goods, spicos, tags and suits, suspenders, tassels, toacliors, tick...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. Cultured Seclusion. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Xafcieo' (Column. - Ciiltnrcd Sccltision. Transplanted things havo a hard time of it and to anyone with sympathy and imagina tion oxcito moro regret than admiration in thoir now surroundings. It may be that tho forco of association is strongor than actual circumstances, and that, spurred by' this association, wo condomn what otherwise wo Bhould havo found heart to praise. Tako an odelwois3 in a botanical garden— a singlo spocimon bid to bud and flowor for tho gravo oxigoncies of acionco counting potals and stamens, brnota, pis tils and Boeds, and examining tho mysteries of colls and nerveB through tho microscope. Tlio edelweiss is the samo thing as wo find it on tho highor slopo3 of tho Engandino — but what a, difleronco tlioro is in tho sentimont with which wo look nt it ! How fatally transplanted it scorns to bo 1 In its own homo witli what delicious circumstances and companions it is as sociated 1 Tho rusty-leaved rhododendron glows liko tlio crimson cheoka of a sun burned and br...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. The Morning Bath. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Ifoetfltb. ' The Morning Bath. The morning bath, or tub, ns it is sometimes called, iB eminently suitod for tho constitu tion o£ every ono, young and old, unless ex ceedingly delicate'. If you havo not been in the habit of indulging in this luxury, I do not advise you to commence tho habit, of matutinal cold water bathing all at once. The tepid soap bath will in nine oases out of ten. suit young girls better, and thoy will not havo taken a dozen morning baths of this kind beforo they bccomo sensible of an in crease in tho appetite, in strength and in good spirits, and in the capability of enjoy ing life and everything of good that is in this life. By tho use of tho soap bath tho complexion gradually becomes moro clear ?and delicate, and tbo skin is rendered nssoft nnd plinnt ns that of a ohild. The bath, too, causes the eye to become beautifully clear, and I know nothing else that will do this. Now, what is it you requiro in order to render this bath of mino quito a luxury as well a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Dreams of the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

The ©renins of the Blind. ? A paper read boforo the biographical sec tion of tho American Association for the Ad vancement of Saienco was on ' Tho Dreams of the Blind,' by Dr. Joseph Jastrow. The object of the paper was to determine the ex treme age at which a child may become blind and yet lose all memory of tho visible world, so that it no longer sees in its dreams. Almost all dreams of. normal persons are sight dreams, and a dream is often spoken of as a vision, The blind aro deprived o£ this uiusu U...U iiui been born blind, they may remember enough of what they have seen to enable thom to imagine how things look, and when the imagination has free play in sleep, to picture themselves as in full possession of all their senses. Physiologists would explain this by saying that during the years in which they saw, a certain part of the brain has become educated to receive and interpret all thc30 messages whioh tho eye sends, and that when this part of the brain acts spontaneously in s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

TELEttiSAifESk — o ? Stdnet, March 221. Important business isj do*.vn for the As sembly to-night, but the motions having re ference to' the extension of Local Option, and to stopping the construction of Nyngitn to Co&ar railway, are likely to occupy the entire-- aitting. The expected financial statement will be delivered to-morrow. Allium -iwooi UU. - of obatrncting Divino Service at Goulburn Cathedral. Lord Carrington visits Goulburn an Fri day, accompanied by tho Ministers for VVorka and Justice. Arsenal is backed right out to wib the Sydney Cugi Mr. Jeannerett ia again returned for tBo Bourke ward in tho. City Council, beating Mr. Moore by T4 votesv The Earl and Countess of Aberdeen are passangers by the mail steamer Ballarat for Sydney. Ester. The- German and E'uglisb Men of War in port are all gaily decorated in honor of Emperor ISilliam's ninetieth, birthday and official visits and entertainments will be indulged in thisi evening; The Rev. Henry Samuel Britten, ministe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science Curious Facts About Meteors. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Science Curious Facts About Meteers. Meteors nro not incandcseent when they reach tho ground, but nro still too hot to handle. Sometimes tho high temperature is limited to their surfaeepwhile within they are extraordinarily cold. Tho spectators o£ a meteoric fall at Dhurmsalla, India, on the 1-fth of July, 1SG0, eagerly broke up tho stones, still burning hot on tho outside, nnd were greatly surprised to find that it was im possible to handle the inside parts on account o£ the extreme coldness. A similar observa tion was made on tho lGth o£ May, 1883, nt Alllanello, near Brescia, The contrast between the central part, still retaining tho intense cold of the plane tary spaces, nnd tho outsido, which only a four rninntnq hnfnrn l»-nn rprl-Vmt. innv be easily understood when we reflect on tho feebleness of the conducting powers of stony substances, nnd the very short timo that they had been heated. Ono effect of this heat per sist?, and is obvious at first sight as a gene ral characteri...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Farewell to Dr. Anderson. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Farewell to Dr. Anderson. A vfi»y pleasant and. enjoyable even ing was spent at tiie Balninald Hotel', on tho evening, of M.jaday, the 14th inst., the occasion- being the assembly tnrrof fiP Oi IllimltflP nf tllm friends of Dv„ Anderson, to say farewell to tbnt gentleman oa tbe eve of his departure from Balranald, where he bad for the pa8t two and a half years oc cupied the position of medical ofHbcr to the loeal hospital. The Rov. H. I. Richards occupied tho chair, and opened the proceedings by proposing Her Majesty the Queen, which was drunk with that loyal ex pressiveness thnt champagne bumpers and hearty fellowship makes bo promi nent in back country communities. The Chairman, then on behalf of a number of the residents, presented Dr. Anderson with ai clmste and hand some massive gold albert, as a memento of the respect and esteem- in which lie was held in this township. The Ghuirmntv vn making the presentation spoke in flattering terms of the reci pient oil his contemplated dep...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Up a Tree in Arkansas. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

I . Sftetcber. Up a Tree in Arkansas. Jamos' Lauding, if somo cliango of tho Mississippi lins not carried tho placo away, is on tho Arkansas shoro, throo or four hours' run abovo Memphis. I started back into'tlis country ono suinmor day to seo an old friond living about fivo miles from tho Landing. Tho merchant at tho rivor bank loaned mo a mule, strapped oil an old potatoo sack for a saddle, nnd tho start was mado in good shape. Thero isn't tho lonst necessity for any othor stranger to go over tlmt, voad. In order to savo all troublo it may bo stated that that strip of Arkansas is composed of swamps, nguo, mosquitos, rattlesnakes,' watermelons, and crows. It was in tho dryest season of tho year, and tho pooplo wero praying for rain, and j'efc thafc mulo could'nt bo got off a . walk oil account of -fcho-nrud. Twice ho got stuck fast on 'tho very crest of wliat thoy called hills, and ho didn't tear himsolf looso until tho crows settled so thickly around us that terror came to in spir...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Balranald Racing Club. A committee meeting, of the above dub was held at M rs. Murphy's Bal ranald Hotel on Friday evening at & p-.mt. Present — Me srs. Close, iru the chair, Cameron, Murray, Flynu, Rich1 ardson, and tiie lion. Secretary Mr. Lobsey. j The minutes o£ the- previous meeting j were read and confirmed. A wire- was I read. from, the handicapperr Mr.. Vowles that handicaps would appear m the ' Australasian' of the 19th inst. Dr.. Anderson's resignation as a; member of Committee was- allowed to- stand over until next meeting. It wns arranged that tenders be called for painting grand stand, out buildings, and picket fenoe ; separate tenders for grand stand only. The Secretary was empowered' to procure day labor to- cut j,umpsr and; do any other- necessary small jobs. The attention of the Committee west called! to- tiie fact- that the- Bathursfc burr was. spreading' on. the racecourse paddock,, and the Secretary was- in structed to' request the-lessee- of the paddock ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

'(Boob Stovies, r , i ? Those acquainted with tho primitive ? -habits of Highland villages- will appreciate ; : : : tho following, wliioh appears for tho first timo in print : ' A vacancy occurring in tho Free Kirk o£ n nighlmid parish, various ap ? plicants preachcd before tho congregation. Tho Synod, aftor consulting tho wishes of the church members, then mndcnsolectionof the one whoso doctrine seemed to be tho soundest . and whose preaching they thought would tend . most to edification. Thoy waited on tho man of their choice : and informed him that ho was selected pro vided he could givo them, ns his predecessor liad dono, tho weather. ' The weather,' said tho puzzled divine. ' I don't quite ' — 'Well, just yo pray tho Lord for tho weather we want, and we'll net it.' ' Oh, that,' said the ?- ; ? I.- clergyman, ' why, yes, I can do that. Seve . ral mornings after, tho minister was called upon by ono o£ his flock. : ' ' Well, Minister, I'm ganging to tho town tho day? and je'H gio ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
St. Patricks Day. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Sfc- Patricks Day. | The anniversary of the Birthday of Ireland's patron Saint, passed of locally in a quiet and subdued manner, not ! often- to be witnessed in colonial towns, where are to-be found a fair sprinkling of Erin's sons and daughters. Thurs rl.,--., T7f], ;,,ot nr,HllPrl nl/wn ui.vj j. i u,. .....«? ? -?« — muggy, a cause no donbt sufficient for I tho languid appearance of those moving j about the township discussing the pro' . posed sports, and also long shandygafls the lattor requiring the smallest nmount of energy in arriving at final ity.-'The usual adornments of be«pang led ribbons of n green hue, wero- pro minently displayed in recognition of the green and unhappy Isle,, that yearly forgets its troubles on the 17th day of Match, the anniversary of the natal day of the noble, tho good,, and the true Saint., Patrick ? of Christian and glorious memory. - \ This- only amusements' carried out here, were sports, got up by Airs. Koat, of tho Shamrock Hotel;, which drew a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 20. LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Australian Tales and Atatos. No. ™0. LOST IN THE BUSH. By Bunyip. ' Ye gentlemen of England who live at home at eaEe ; 0 1 little do yon think upon the dangers of the seas.' ' Old Song.' 01 the number of nnfottunate men who perish miserably otter undergoing unutter able torments caused through thirst, no esti mate can possibly bo made; but there are lew old residents of many years ia the large pastoral districts of South Australia, New Snnth 'Wnlpl r.nd OnFnnslnnd. hut rnn rirn their testimony to knowing of one or more human bodies having been discovered !;!cr, ch- in g on the plains or lying in the serub in their immedioto district. The class to which tho bulk of these unfortunate men bc-!or,g is the -nomad, in bush parlance, 'Swsgmen,' men who have no fixed home, but travel swag on back, billy-can in hand from fetation to Btation in search of temporary work, foryour profeBBional'swagman rarely remains long in the ono employ— although occasionally stockmen, shepherds, and regular s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Balranald Presbyterian Church. The first annual meeting of the man agers of the above church was held at Barlow's Royal Hotel, on. Monday afternoon, 14th inst., present — The Rev. A. Hardie in. the chair,, Messrs. Macpherson, Lawrence, Murray, Mai colm, and Beaty hou. Secretary Tiie- (Jhairnnui opened the meeting by prayer. The first business, was the division of districts, and after careful discussion it was agreed that the' Balranald District should, lie- within the- following lines : — Moolpa to- tho Wakool Junction, thence to the Murray, follow i-ng a line down taking Meilraan as the dividing li-lie from Euston, then running north via I '-idura, D ' Block, Magenta, H atfield, '1 ill rill, and. (Jiare, thence to follow the dividing line of Till Till „„,i t. Tupra line to. the Murrain bidgeo at Glen. Emu lauding place,, crossing the river following; the Nap Nap boundary to the KerL iveri. boundary, embracing, the whole of Kevi iieri, and thence to- the point of commencement at Moo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY, (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXVII.—(Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

' A L M A. ' An Original Australian Stoky, ? BY HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., MrP. , '' op new aouTir wales. ? ?? . (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXVII.- (Continued.. Tho news of their succcsa spread far and : - wide, and hundreds of men Hooked to Spring Greek, so that soon the flat waa taken np for . nearly a mile below their claim. ?: ' ? But, at last, Dart began to fret, and fairly confessed that ho could not re7t until ho had - ?? -Been his sister. In the whirl of excitement .in which they lived Bertie had forgotten his own cares, and was now, for tho flrst time, reminded of them. ' By George,' ho Baid, ' it strikes mo that ? wo ought to havo heard something from the poaoo by this timol if they have Jailed, l vow I'il Btart aftor that scoundrel Vander -deokon myself I Yos, you had better go down to town, old boy, and sea your sister. Wo cannot both bo away from here' at the same 1 time, ao tho sooner you etart the bettor ; as I tell you wild horses won't keep me off that fellow'a trad...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, Jltacfc muT ^gcutjs, gtortiowccvs, nwt ptnrti incuts;. BAL.lt AN ALU*. LAND AGENCY. P 'MALCOLM & BEATT Are prepared' to DRAW UF APPLICATIONS: '? Under tUo '' Crown°. Iiamfo Act of 1884, j And1 p'lBa- through tha x^AJsn- office; Also nppeitrs at the ? Eiocal Land. Court,. : . And attend to any &AXIF B ITS'INirS-S-. Entrusted to- them. ITiill information' iwid1 pn-rticK'Tars pn i - Hand 3S&i it-el's1 to W lhuV fvbni M ALSOLM -k BEATY, Bulr»nnld. Division ofKuns, NOTICE. ?|rALC()LM -k BEATY are pre . .... Iff. pared to execute Maps »nd /Tracings of Land; also Plans, / Specifications, etc. ' SHE, jlnstralfan Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Acfc of Council,. 1363v. PAID VP CAPITAL— ^500; 000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000, Rbbbrvh Fond — £230,000,. j HEAD OFFICE :: Sydxet HONDQN OFFICE ? 21 Kiho WmaiAM 6raKET, 2.C Branches throughout Now Soutfa 'Wales and Queans lhrnl : Agents in all the other Colonics and in Great , Britain, Ame...

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

' iBklraiaald H6fel -Mrs-. -M. j» MURPHY BEOS to Viii'no'uncc to her fiiends .Anil the public, that alio lias now takeh the iabovo well-known Hotol. 1 fc ^ will be lieV ^endeavour to conduct 'the business Bo th&t ' St may compare favourably with the leading ?Metiopolituli Hotcla in attractiveness alid tootnfort. Evory attention paid t6 Boardcts aild ? ViBitors. The largest And moat 'comhtodious hoVtse . i» town. ' gtrt grands always in ^todu . iFirst-chiss Stabling. Milliards. il. J.MUlil'UY-, 1 ?' Proprietress, . ? ?- ?~~~ EMERY'S Commercial HoteV __ M'MAHON BROTHERS* PROPRIETORS. Messrs: m-mahon £ro?. beg to notify to the puhlie of Bal ? Vaimld and district, tlmt they/ have taken the above well-known IIuwl, and liope by giving every attention) to faierit a fair share of support. ? Every accommodation-, wit 1 liottie taouiforts. ' ! , _ Sample feooooS fofc Cot iVnefcial . Travellers. j ' -Jood Billiard Table; iTretblass fetahling Accommodation. -..g Bast Brands always kept....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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