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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

. WEjfearn that Mr. Norman Lockhart our. G.P.S. liaa received instructions from the, Department of Justicotbat his Borviccs. aa Clark. o» Petty Sutu.uuu, will be dispeuaed. withtafter. the 30th June next.. Cricket. Extiuoudinaky.— Somo mostt extrunrdiiiurx scoring was niude in a match, played at Melbourne, between teaina. picked. ) from. Smokers and. Non-Smokers. Both. ElBvens. having pickcd. teams taken from tho English Eleven, und leading Victorian crick eters. The non-smokers in their lirst innings ! scoring 803. runs, Shrewsbury, (230) Bruce, (J31) and Gunn (150) reaching threo figures Smokers havo 3 wickets down for 302, Pal mezviCU;;; Brij^s, 80. The Babbit'Nuisauce. — In tho Legisla tive Council last week, Mr. Salomons, in answer to Mr. King, said that from the date t£ the Rabbit Nuisance Act of 1S83 fcecym iajj lai* to IJecember 31, 186C; tliq aum of £351,492 103 HH1 had been paid for theexter innation of rabbits, including .amounts paid - for salaries, subsidies and other o...

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 — 23 March 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Siverina JSecori/er Offioo,. Tuesday Evening. After several! days of very, close and. fuggy weather, a splendid, change took ]}l&oe on Saturday-evening when raiu began falling, and aficr a too short duration only 15 points was the register, the weather since being uoolbr with oleur cloudless Bkies, Re ports from flic Bauk. C'ouutry. return, a much heavier fall of raiu. D Block shows 30 Tioints and HatHuld! the «-mm i,,..- from exchanges we notico that at Bourke 4 inches of raiu fell, Wilcannia. 27ii points, Guunainulla470'/p«iiit, St.. George, GQOiu fact heavy rains have been experienced all over the uorihern.portion (Xthia aud tho Foutheru of Queensland, Creeks and rivers rising fast.. EiWra— Hay, 8ft IH&; Wagga, ICft 3iu ;. Gundagai, 18ft ; Balrauald, Id ft 7in ;. Will caunia, 31ft Dili;, Mi)nindie„ 23ft ;,Pooucarie,. 21ft. 8iu j, Wentworth, 10ft;. Wahgunyah, 4ft.llin ;. Echuca, 5ft lOin; Swan Hill, 4ft Sin liuaton, 6ft 2iu ; Albury, 3ft.. Ulte...

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

How Famous Women t)r«ss. At the recent privute view of the G'rosvenor Winter Exhibition in Lon don, Ludy Colin Campbell was the sensation of the afternoon!- She looked happy and brilliantly handsome, and wore a reddish-brown costume trimmed with skunlr, and a high bonnot with a tull black luce pluited front or ' coolcs comb.' Sho was attended by Mr. 'Whistler, tho artist,- decked in nrim l'ose gloves. Tile author of John Hali fax, in' a plain black gown and flat! bonnet, was tiie most distinguished lady representative of literature; Madame' Aitoiiielte Sterling, tlio musician,- in a long- coat' of stamped velvet, over a trained' dress of pink sillt covered with black lace wliicli had judging by its looks, liad1 dono yeoman's service on many a platfoi M, and heard 'Culler Herrin'' sting many n time, repre sented music. Pretty Miss Dorothy Dene, tho new actress, in moonlight blue plush; Mrs. Campbell Pined, in u coat of gioy plush of that long round liuircd variety known ns ' porcupin...

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

vXlic Koso Wvcr the Wo or. . A cottage, nil fitted and furniahod, -\; .? : - Stands daintly over tho way, ?And hero, o young pair to housekeeping Oamo promptly tho first day of Hay. i Tho placo Bcerncd to bo homc-hko and oOBy, i ? Tho eun ahono bright on tho floor, i Yotonodewy uvo uaw them planting ABosoto bloom over tho door. . Ah, how thoy wotclind over ita growing, And trained it with tondorcst arts, ?- And a Witt, an ita bright buda unfolded, I The lovo of homo grew in their hearts. i . . . The husband camo homo in tho ovcuing, i ' All weary and worn from tho store, To find tho wifo'o welcome tho aweotor For Bosea that bloomed o'er tho door. .. Bat ' love,' they aay, ' flies out tho window When poverty enters before But against aH trials and troubles These two young hearts garnered full Btoro ;? For, when fell tho hush of tho twilight, Thoy whispered anow lovo'uaweot loro, Wove closer tho bonds of affection, 'Neath rosea that bloomed o'er. tho door. ; . . And when tho 'dark day...

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

Land Board Sittings. 8G 1 — A. G. II. Ilillerman, County of Caira, parish of Woinbah. — Rncoin- aiended. CONDITIONAL LIPASE. — A. G. II. ilillerman, county of Wakool and Cai-a, parishes of Oori dolpe and Wombah — Recomtneridedi Special Leases, ? 85 2 Z and 8. Burton, , County of Cairn, parishes of Kerislr and Nurra qnong, for a mail change,' Lease re commended and to be concurrent with term of mail contract. Cost of survey und report L7 7a. j rental LI 0 10s, per annum, 86-2 — S'um Quack, comity of Cail'a, parish of Bilrunald, for, Market Garden Mr. Malcolm appeared;foiuipp!icant Sin Quaak, with pi6uV breath bldw out the necessary, match' ' and deposed. The land held by mo as a market garden is not my . laud, Mr, :Mit, s-K — 1 1 ?? ? T-' 1' _ *r vin:n, utiv nine police juagistnut? pointed oitt to me the garden site I now occupy, and told me to make a garden and fence it in. I have fruit trees, consisting of apple, peach, peat, and other kiuds, I have also grape, vines. I 'also grow ...

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

w.B'wn r. r. »»»^7-p1YnfTTrTffTIWTt JOHN CULLEN, -juNn;, '! 'Proprietor. TCTIRST Glass accommodation for Coin-' mercial men and familisa. 'Commodious stables aliil* attentive grooiii. Best XVihc's aud'Spi&fo'bnly. j 'Billiard Table'iind 'Samjile 'Roonik j Hor'ses anil Buggies 'for Hirt. 1 1 . .JoFFICeWr'COBBVCO. I ConcliSs leave dUily for1 Swan Hill, Balranald, Eustoh, Wenttvorth, ahil other -parte of tho I Cbl&iiiea. Win. -BucMattd, ; v. 'Agent for MelMiiirrie 'daily 'aiill: ''weekly Papers, also Biverina. Re-; 'corder' alid ' Deniliquin Clironicle.'' ^Adveriiiseiiiehtk 'received *for above' 3pap6r3. Ageht for Colonial Fire andr Marine Insurance pbriipaiiy 'of .New Zealithd, -.Capital £2,000,000 (Unlimited Xiia Trility). , . , ?Koondrook, Victoria. j ?ROYAL. HOf EL, , '(Next to 'the Railway Station'), i kSeA2STG; i XCRLLK?? T apcommci^atiou fdr Com 'JCi mercial Travellers and. Visitors. ^ Beat Braucfs of Wines and Spirits only * Horses and iuggi(»s for Aire. '6ook *...

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

j Post Oafd Proof : SA'MSlWBy, Tenn., April 4, 1883'.- ..4 ? Gents :— I was afiiictccl with serious Kid' neva'nd tTniiary.tronbles for .twelve years. After trying iill tlio doctors and patent nie .dicincs I could hear of, I used two bottles of Hop . Bitters- anct am perfectly curod i V B. F. BOOTH. WAsntHofoN, f. c:, April 3.1883'. To the Hop Hitters Co'. , ' , Srts j — I write' tins its' a token' df tiie ttp'. preeiation I have for your Bitters. I was afHitsted with Inflammatory Rhcitmatisnv seven years, and no medicine seemed to dcr mo any good until I tried tliree; bpttlcs of your I/op Bitters, and to my suijiriso I am as'woll today as over 1 was. I hope you may liaue great succsss in this great and val liable medicine. Anyone wishing to know ilioro abotit'iny eUr«;- c.'.A lcWA' by addressing me. 12.- M, WILLIAMS, 1103 10th St, Prosectife the Swindlers ! ! If whon you call for Amcricnn Hop Bit ters {see yrem tu-iy qf ] 1 ops on the white label and Dr. Settle's name blown in the b...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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The Richest Man in America. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

The Richest Man in America, j 'Five years from to-day John D. Rockefeller Svill be the richest man in the world.' The speaker was Judge Stevenson Burke, of Cleveland. Judge Burke is no idle talker. He is several times a millionaire himself. He is a director of half-a-dozen great railroad companies, legal counsel for the Van tlerbilt interests, and an old friend and neighbor of the man of whom he made the pvediction; His; competency of knowledge to discuss Rockefeller's wealth is beyond question. This is how tho Judge figured i.ut John D. Rocke feller's fortune ' The Standard Oil corporation with 70,000,000dol stock, par value. It is the aggregation of all Rockefeller began the work of consoli dation, The stock is held in the mar ket at 200. Mr. Harkness, of Cleve land/ who holds several millions of the stock, told itie that while the stock is held at 200 this is a mere nominal price, as there nre iio sales, and that the or ganisation is earning and declaring di vidends which make th...

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

Swan Hill Hotel PATRICK- GLENNY; Proprietor; BEfefe to inform the public that be' liitB tiratclass accommodation fur visitors: Loose Soxes and Guod Stabling.' Beat Brands of Wihes,' Beefs, uiid Spirits.' feood Billiard Table.' Splendid Mimic Hall,' 58 x 27, Hiiit iil'le fur Drain atiu IJeifuii'uiicer-, Cou-' Cl'llfi' HI id Dances ? _ E: Hr ' - . I Hairdresser, Tobacconist,- and Fancy Goods, &&^rspap_er Agent.' AfefENT FU R ' Agi',' ' Lender,' 'Australasian,' ' Argun,' ' Sket-j clier,' -'Sportsman,' ' Family Herald,' ' Australian Journal,' '? Once a. Week,' ' Punch,' ' Keinngf Times',' '? Illustrated Australian News,', . 'Sydney Bulletin,' 'Sydney Mail,' ' JEbh'o,' ' Herald,' and ' Riv'&Iina' Recorder.' D. Atkinson, Chemist aid Druggist/ EEEAjSTG: . 6tfdersby Post' Promptly Attended to'.' DeiltisSfy iii' all its Branches.' . Gv R. && J. Flighty CARRTER& AND FORWARDING' AGENTS,' . SO'CmT & EEItA^G.' Agents a^i BSort for the Natio...

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

Holloway's Pilte. — Weary of Life. — De- rangement of the liver is one of the most efficient causes of dangerous diseases, and the most prolific source of those- molancholy forebodings which ore worse* titan death it self. A few (looses of these noted Pills act macieally in dispelling low spirits,, and re pelling the- covert attacks' madfr on tho nerves by excessive? Iieat„ impure- atmos phere, over-iudulgence, or exhausting excite ment. Tho nio3t shattered constitution may derive benefit from Hollowayrs Pills, which will regulate disordered action, brace tho nurvea, incroaae the energy oS the intolloc faculties, and revive tho failing, memories. By attentively studying tlx) instructions for taking theat Pillsr and explicity putting them in practice, tho* most desponding will »oon foci confident o J a gerfoct recovery.

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

iBilioas Sul Farera RvjcCd. W atkri/o'o,' No. 25 Botany Road ('5v-i- riey),.«tiily,W{ l'8®r.— 1 w& taken vei-y ill wttli biUousaWs',aiiiI eiilarfruiiient of the liver The do' tor, toi'ethe r witli other remedies i did nie iio good.' X waa atlvisod fo tr \Var iier's safe ^^enre and AynrnAs' safe pills. The first dose gave r.-li'cf, and now,' 1 thank God, X can say I on' entirely cured, and sh.ill al ways rei-'oin .lend .\Varuuro safe cure ' to like, lilferersr— ^AINfUEL PJJARSOfN'.' Indigestion; . ; ^ W^thrlW, Ki'. 'l'i IJoTtvY. JJo\d (SyiU* n'sy),.Jaly SI, HSU -For overotwenty^years I have sii:l'eri5d; froin Indigestion. During that time I have tried riiany dfflerent uiedi ci.a'es, liat never found .U'lij'thing to' :eo'iiipare with Wirner'i sife pillj . I _e.ni highly re coiiiiiied tliuni', for I thhik they are tile best in'tha World.— MRS. S'AMUKL lJEA'RSON. Ari I-nternal Trawers. \ Carlton-. 14G' Elgiif-St.,' Vict., Nov? li, 1883. — I havo been un'iler ph'ysiciaas' care of...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Benjeroop: March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Benjeroop: (FHoii our own Correspondent.) March IS. ? A riieeting of tlrb promoters of the Lower Loddon Irrigation Trtist was iield oil tlifl 15th inst.; to debitie ?Hrhethei- the formation of tile tiust Shoiild lie proceeded with or reimiin in iibSyauce. it was ciecide'd to go on with its foVmiitioh, and the following gentlemen were chosen nsra committee to further the projpet. Messrs; Eagle, Hetfer, MbEenzie, Vains, and Wells. A letter was also read frbrri the Secre tary for Mines and Water Supply, in viting the opinion of the tiroirioters of tiie Trust on the scheme of 'distribution bf the Loddon water prepared by Mr. Ciilcheth, C. E. According to' this t-bheme ,this district' is alloted ' the baliinfce ' whatever that irtay lift' b'f the Water after all the other trusts on tiie fiver have b'e'eii served; Arid & all these bodies except perhaps' the Tragn well which receives BO per cfent of the whole river are crying out tliiJt. ch'o ?water iii lotted, is sufficiA'iit for ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Insolvency Of A Cormack. MEETING OF CREDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Insolvency at A, Cormack. MEETING O-F CREDITORS', A general meeting oi creditors in the insolvent estate of Alexander Cormack, of Guninawarra Station, near Kerang, farmer- und grazier, was held at the Supreme Courthouse yesterday morn ing, when there were present:; — Mr. G Tarveuer (in tbe chair)', and Messrs. liiiijg, Jjiixton, Jieuley,. ami J-. I Brown.. Messrs. Crabbe and Kirby.. represented by Mr. Kennedy, appeared for tbe petitioners, and Messrs. Brown atml Ellison, represented liy Mr. Holi day, appeared for the creditors in the estate. The liabilities of the insolvent, were set down at £3^,814' 2s 5d ;; the assets, £34,156 13s 5d, leaving a sur plus of £3,3.42 lis: Amongst the ereditors in the estate were the New Zealand Loan and Discount Company, money advanced and interest thereon, £4,382 ; Messrs. Smith and Taylor, Melbourne, money advanced and inter est thereon, £9.755 Mr. Murray S'oiith, money advanced and interest, £517 liOs 'r Mr. W, 0', Morris, St. Kikla, money advance...

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

Church of England. Bazaar. A general committee meeting in con' nectiuu with the above church was held ut the Parsonage on Wednesday evening, when the following ladies and gentU-men were present i — Mesdnmes Harvey, Lockhart, Richardson, Wight inuii j the Misses Anderson, Coiielley, Johnson, und White, and Messrs. Rev. T_ T. H irvey iu the chair. Dr. Ander son, Berthou, Lobsey, Lockhart, Rinhardson, and tho Hon. Sec., Rev. H. I. Richards. The minutes of the previous meeting weue read and confirmed. Tho question o£ appointing iv gentle man to undertake the duties of presid ing at the opening ceremony was held over- until Friday evening's- special meeting. Dr. Anderson proposed., und Mr. Lockhart seconded that the formal opening of the -bazaar - take place on Saturday afternoon, the 9 th of April, at 4- p.m., proposed by Mr. Lockhart, and seconded by Dr. Anderson, that a com mittee-of ladies consisting of Mesdames Harvey, Lockhart, and Richardson be formed and left to price tbe goods,s...

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

An Old Hand. Blue-veined and wrinkled, knuckly and brown, This good old hand is clasping mine ; I bend above it, and looking down, I study its aspect, line by line. This hand has clasped a thousand hands That long have known no answering thrill; Somo have mouldered in foreign lands — Some in tlio graveyard on the hill. Clasped a mother's hand, in the day w nen 10 was ntuc ana sott ana white — Mother, who kissed it and went away, To rest till the waking in God's good light. Clasped a lover's band, years ngone, Who sailed away and left her in tears ; Under Sahara's torrid sun His bones have whitened years and years. Clasped tho hand of a good man true, Who held it softly and fell asleep, And woke no more and never knew How long that impress this would keep/ Clasped so many, so many 1— so few ^ I That still respond to the living will, Or can' answer this pressure so kind and truel So many, that lie unmoved and still 1 ' i Clasped at last this hand, my own ; And mine will moulder, too, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Balranald Races, The following; are the handicaps for tHei B.RC, Handicaps Jumping Race and Grand Stand Handicap.;. — BJl.Ci Handicap* st. lb, Mr. Gfect Hunter's, eh iw White Eye 8 13- Mr.. P. Wilkin's ch h Goldfmder 8 5- Chris. Do Vecall'a»b or br g. Stone broke ? 8 j Mr- A. I^awrenco'ff b m- Belloncv 7 7 m., n fi ? »_ i. _ r- ? vs- -, - ah i. v/- v*.. i»x x-i-viiv-it o u g x-urnpKiHB- / o Mr.. C. G. M 'Malion's* b g. Sir William 7 5 Mr. Geo. Lawrence's br g Apollo 7 4r Mr. C. G. M'Mahon.'s b-g Springfoot 6 12 Mr. Daniel Flynn's ch-g Poon Boon 6 11 Mr- \V^ J. Mein's-b or br- m Bessie 6 % Handicap Jumping Race. Mr, W.. L, Tredtea's.ch.g. Straggler 11 10 Mr, , L, Tredrea's ch g Eros; 11 0 Mr. H, Linnett'a-b li- Play Boy 10 0 Mr; C. G. M'Mahon's b g Sprmgfbot 10 0 Mr. D. R, lrvino's b or or g, Sting 10 0 Mr. R. D, Murray's cli g Harkaway 10 0 Mr. A, Lawrence a br g Canally 9 12 Mr. Daniel Flyiin's ch g. Poon. Boon 9 12 Mr. R. Gall's b g Selector .., 9 19 Mr, C, G, M'Malion'a- b. g Nev...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellaneous. Some Day You'll Wish for Me. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

fJM0cellaneott5* Some I-ay Yon'U Wish for Me. Somo day, my darling, when tho rose has died That on yon pathway throws its potals sweet, When the sharp thorn is springing near your side And notfclespieroo tho mould beneath your feet. Some day, my darling, whon tho orystal cup Of Beauty shattered lies, and spiljed its wino ; When pleasure's urn denies ono sup, And you drink of Disappointment's brine, You'll wish for mo. Somo day tho wreath will wilt upon your head, You'll grasp tho bud and find a worm within, n Somo day, my darling, when your friends havo fled, And strangers mock your frequent tears, ah ! then You'll wish for me. Some day, my darling, when Death's dews fall cold Upon your brow, you'll gladly lot me como — What dreams present the shroud that must enfold Your limbs, and your sweet lips grow chill ond dumb, You'll wish tor me. You'll long for him whoso hands woro oft denied To pluck a rose leBt they the bush pol lute — Yet ho would come, and stand a slave aside, To grasp...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Swan HilL March 19 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

Swart HilJ. (F*OJt OUR OWN CORRESPONUHNT.V1 March 19' J* very great deal of regret and sym pathy was expressed here on Tuesday morning last, when it became knowni that Mr, Tweedie,, of Messrs.. Tweedie and Yule,, who' Lately purchased con jointly the- general; drapery, grocery,, etc,, business of Mr.. H. Williams, had expirod. at Kerang-, About two weeks, ago Mr. Tweedie commenced to bleed at the lungs, bilk the- bleeding- wag; stopped by Dr. Pard'ey.. He was driveni to Keranrr on Shtiiivlnv loot his brother, and died as above ate,ted on Tuesday morning.. Mr. Tweedie^ though - only a short time- with, us, earned tho- esteem of all whom, he met, Mr. Robert Hastings- was returned! unapposed for the extraordinary va cancy in the Shire Council created by the retirement of Ck. Cormack. 1 'Ihe Wood Wood races on St. Pat j ricks. Day were well attended, and a j very enjpyable day was- spent by the \ visitors:. Mr. Donald: M'Jntosh was very successful^, winning four events; viz : tiie- oosl...

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

Labour Agency and Registry. 1 4Mlicc. Keuistration Fee, 2a 6-1. Engagement Feo, g H 2a 0.1. Malcolm '-t beaty imve tbe following tin thitir l ooks. Opun for Engnjcvoieut — t Married Couple (boundary-rider) for Out-stn tion. Si it tion OvereevB. Malinger or Partner for Storekeeping bumnpKR, Wanted Situation as Groom. QPEN for engagement- — Housekeeper. General Servant. , 1 Wanted Married Man hb Boundary - Rider foi; out-station ; also a Single Man us Boundary Rider. - Wanted Hawker to go witli hawking team. Balranald Racing Club. ; TENDERS Will lie received l-y the ' undersigned up to 6 p.m.- on' J Saturday, 26th inst., for, _ j 1 v Painting Gl'MUtUtuiid. Outbuild ings; and Picket Fence at the Balranald Race Coursts And separate tender* for 'itaiiitiug Grandstand only. Particulars can lie obtained from GEO. LOBSi'.Y, Hun. Sec, For Sale. CABINET AMERICAN ORGAN by Mason anil Hainlni, new, with '? Nine .Stops, knee swell and graud ( orjjuu. . Apply ? MALCOLM AND BEATY. , TO LET FOR A TE...

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Humor, Carl Bunder Gets a Chestnut Bell. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 23 March 1887

'fhumor. Carl Blinder Gets a Ohestnnt Bell. . '' Well, what is it now ?' queried Sergeant , Bendal at tho Woodbritlge-strcet station yes- ; ^ terday as the old man Dundor slipped softly : in. .. * ' Vhcll, I liko to liavo you gaze on me.' 'Certninly. You'vo got a black-eye, a puffed-up noso and other proofs of being knocked down by a five-story building.' ' My frendt, you vlias wrong. Do you ? : ; know vhasdis article vlias?' .! ' I do. Those are tho remains of ft 'cbc9t- . j nut ' bell.' , '- dor odder day and says Fadder, you must . ! get somo shestnut bell, und pin oil your west. . i Eaferybody who vas sharp has a shestnut bell, und vhon somebody says it vbasbotday . ? ho rings dot bell und vhalks off.' Vholl, Shako has one, und all del- boys ba£ ono und so I buys me a shestnut bell.' - ' I begin to see.' 'I practice awhile mit tier oldt womans. If she says it vbas hot. or cold, or if sho vbants money or calls me to get somo coal, I rings dot boll on her. By und by I goes up to d...

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