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PASTORAL. Balranald. —O— Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. ?Jtiverfna .Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. Tho weather of the past weok lias been windy, /tvifch noisigps of rain, hotvover, yes terday whs close1 nnd muggy with, sky over cast and expectant rainfall Stook Movomentfit— 0,000 aged ewes; tlia property of Christian and Harrington wijl fee. taJcert delivery of to-day at Paiku. Station, fcravellmg fpr MantjoIpah.-- Cfms. Crisp in — .. ehitrge. 4,600 stutTertves ii* lamb, the pro perty of C. B. F«#Hcr; crossed at Swan Hill ' on Saturday for- Yanga^ Brown fn , charge.. Ktvors— Gnndagai, 0ft .4; Hay, 8ft ;? 'W^gga, 7ft i Balrandld, ; lift '9iri.. Wilcan aiii, 30ft j JVIemndie, 25ft 3in; Pooncarie, %2ft; Woatwortli,. lift 3tn-. Wabguyah, 3ft Sin Schucu, 5ffc Oin ; Swan Hill, 5/fc 5sn ; JJustonj: Gft 3in.;. Allnuy, 2ft 32b.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Science* An .account is given by a ? Uussiau chemist of somo experiments made by him with a view to ascertaining what mixtures of colors will give in sunlight the same ef fect upon the cyo that is produced by vari ous known colors as viewed by artificial light. A special form of photometer was used, In which one half of tho field of vision is occupied by the piece of colored paper illuminated by the artificial light, while the other half is taken up by a card placed upon the tablo and exposed to daylight. Upon tho surface of this card the colors' arc mixed Until the t'Olieml client, nnimls the I in f nf the other, and tho two halves of the screen appear of tho same color. Thus, to give to white paper tho appearance which*' It has under the rays of a petroleum lamp, it is ne cessary to color it ornngo, if tho petroleum light is very bright. Papers coloied reddish orange and vermillion becomo so intense in lamplight that it is impossible .to imitate them by means of oil colors, andfvf...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Father KiTey's Verdict'; Tass, N.S.W.,. July 29,. 1886.— I have UBed Warner's safe- remedies and fiiid them really good; Thave given some of them to another party, who lma prn»omr-:od''tliem' to be extollbiiL— Ebv.. Hi KIEET,'. Catiiolio Glergymau;. : A 'Veteran Speaks: Glebe, Ltndiiukst St. (Sydney) NiS^W., March 20, 188G.— This ib-- to certify tlmt I have been sntfering for the past ton years ?with- liver ami' kidney disease, and' have been- attended' by several medical men of Sydney, but always lind a relapse of the samo oomplaiiit — paiiis iii small of' my hack, oranipR' iii iny liuiba,. and' carbuncles on on different parte of my body, cold feet, ami fiiially became powerless iu the loft sido, which was diagnosed as- paralysis. X com menced' tiie use of Warner's safe euro, tnkfnfj ill all seven bottles- Tho paiiis Kavo all left me,. I can work as well as over, atid'anv in hotter Health now than I have been for vpnrs. My age is 71/ yoara.. — DsVVID THOMAS. A Life Saved, Mr. Feli...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Birth of the Sun. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Sftercfocr. IJirth of (.ho Sim. To tho logond ot tho nun-god's birth re ferred to m tlio last thrco numbers many . others might bo added. Iu fact, thero aro innumerable stories of tho samo kind, .minting to tho birth nnd babyhood of aim gods or solnr heroes, or persona who (long after their doath) were regarded a3 divine, nnd tlioroforo as necessarily destinguished by nil such attributes as ancient solar : rohgions had assigned to tho God of tho Day and of tho Year. In tho old world, 03 woll as in tho now, tho samo ideas naturally aroso, and wero as naturally ox tondod to poisons who had been destin guished during thoir lives as teachers or as legislators, and around whom after thoir death traditions belonging to far carlior days came naturally to cling. Lot thoso examples, however sullico. Beforo leaving tho consideration of tho circumstances attending tlio birth of tho sun-god, ono point remains to bo noticed. It would be natural, of course, in tho history of the birth of tho actu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. The Ruined Staircase. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

ipOCtlB. - Tho Kuiiicd btaircasc. ? Tho Ruined fstMrcnse in tlio grey old cattle Edhooa no lonj er to tho tramp of fu.t ; Bilonco hu3 gathered where the lorl and van «al ; In pomp and pageantry were wont to . a - moot. - Tho liall of banqueting is oi-iil. forsaken. Silent and gloomy aro tho lulls oi sung : Hero novermoru bhull. burd ut inuintrcl waken The strains of music (or tlio festal tlsrot g. 'Tho sunlight vanishes, awl ttorm and shadow Biood o'er the castle on the. moated hill : The balls Aid 'Dg o er tne Distant meadow. : 1 : The deaa — '.lie quiet dead— lie hushed and ' ' et'll. Tho (vnoient Btairoaae, in ita ruined splendor Holds its own iseorets — but with tinted ' ' .brer.th ; ? The winds tSill whisper. with their voioos tender, - ' Stories oi tnuoiph, sorrow, lovo, end i death 1 - _. i ; :: ? -? ? ' ?

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

mm hotel,1 ?ifOlI'N HJ'U I;L;iiN, 'Juxr:, 'Proprietor. XfjlBST 'Class accommodation for 'Cbiri mercial men und families. *CoiHii[bdU-iiS 'Stdbles 'rflid 'ttttdntiVe $?&- m. I TJb'iit \VlKc's diid Siiirits'bnly. J ? ???? Siliiard Tilble'ifnd Srfinpla 'Rooms. ! -Hbrfcek Slid litiggiei -for Hii'e. j 'oVi'icE 'for. 'coife '& 'do. i *CbacKes lea\-e daily fbr'Swan'Hill, Bal'raliald, 'iSiiaWti, Woritwdrth, ttiitl other parts of tlio Cblbiiies. '.?? ? Wm. -BW^kland, ^ ;;A^efrt 'ftir 'Mellidtfrne. tfiiify- 'and V'eekly 'Papers, hllso ''.RiVei-iiia 'Re 'cdrddr%'and 'DeifiliJjuiii 'tJlironicle.'! ?Advdrtlisdments 'received 'far above ? jpaperfe. ? Agefit fot- Colonial i'ift atid Marine ; 'EnSui-tthce .Company of Nexv /Zealand, j .'Capitkl -£2, '000, 000 (Unlirtiited^Liiir' - 'bility). . , . ?K66.Vdr6ok:, Vict6ria\ j ROYAL HOTEL, S '(Next 'to tiie Railway Station), ?EEEA.N&. i J| jVxCELLENT accommodation for Com- j — JLi meriial Travellers and Visitors. ! ' ; Best Brduds...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 21. CASTLEMAINE JOE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Australian Tales and Mveiitnres. No. SI. CASTLEMAINE JOE. By Qrosvenor Bunster.' When it was told among tho miners at Woods' Point, that Castlemaina Joo was going to marry Lizzio Hopkins, thero was muoh wonderment and not a little laughter among them. For Joo didn't somehow, satisfy tho idea of a married man. Certainly Joe did not satisfy tho idea of Lizzio Hop kins's husband. Sho was tho belfo of tho point; a Iittlo dat-tmd-go-onc kiudot beauty, with a port nose, and big brown eyes, and rosy lips, and a constant Baucy amile on her fnco, and the daintiest figure, from bust to ankle, that over crazed tho lover of material charms. But Joo! Lord preserve us! hero was a cont.-aat : n fellow over Bix feet high, with n blonde beard usually highly charged with dust ; a fellow who was pock-marked, who eeomod as though ho had been born in his hair, and had taken hair thereafter, as a matter of no moment in relation to comb and brush ; n man with the shoulders of i\ giant, and the fist of a p...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. "A. I. M. A." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY BY HAROLD STEPHEN, ESQ.,M.P. OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Hlopcltst 'ALMA.' AN OBiqiNAL AUbiBALIAN STOUT, BY . HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq , M T. OP NEW BOOTH i WALES. ' (AU H'ghts, Reserved') -- ..CHAPTER XL. — (Continued.) . Graoo took tlio little dlnng in her hfludi.' : and it growlea, 'showing its teeth viciously very much to tho delight. of ltd young .mis' ? tress; ' I am afraid ho is bad-tempered, dear,': said Graoo. ' That ia quite right,' replied Aimee. ' I would not give a so-* for a (leg that makes '--'friends with everybody. I'ou Bhould have seen the beauty I had in Martinique— ho. wouldn't even 1st papa or momma touch him.' . Tnat was sail with that French nocent ' which falls so pleaeantly on tho oar when tho speaker is a lady. D.irt thought ho had never heard tho Eogliih language spoken properly bafore. - 'TUU llM*u-ljoca in JlMimi.]U07' r.i'kt'd Harry, who admirod the little beauty only a dagreo less than his friend. ' Of courEe— I was burn there. We havo been threo years in Australia .now, but I shall never forgot my own darling ho...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Mount Wycheproof. March, 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Mount Wycheproof. fPBOM 'OXTB OWN COBKEBPONDENT) March, 23. Athletic Sports were held here on St. Patrick's Day, when everything passed off satisfactory. A bazaar in con nection with the above was held, aud it is needless to say the different young ladies exerted themselves to their ut most, and their labors were amply re- j warded. The sum of £-21 16s was taken at the gates, aud the sum of £55 139 was netted at tho Fancy Bazaar, It ia anticipated that about £50 or £60 will be netted, which is very encouraging to ' the Committee, who curried out the duties allotted to thorn very satisfac tory. The settling up took place at Tonner's Mt. Wycheproof Hotel, whon tho lucky peds received their moneys, tho usual toasts wore then honored, and many were the wishes expressed for the pros- i perity of this committee, when a very j enjoyable evening was brought to a j close by singing ' Auld Lang Syne' A bull in connection with tho above sports was held at the local Mechanics ' Institute. Tho a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Gazette Notices. Pastoral Holding Rentals. — The fol lowing rentals have been gazetted for pastoral holdings in the Hay District of the Western Division of the colony : — Elsiuora, I Dellilah Downs, Pirillie, TinapageeJ Molter Plains, Wel lara, Brindingabba, Talyeall, Sal isbury Downs, Boota, Delalah, Wil garoon, Waverley Downs, Goonalga Nrisino, [Tougo, Wanga, Mana, Nnco leche, Monciloii No. 5, Thurloo Downs, Beniwuiiia Downs, Wanaermg, Br.r awrania Downs No. 3, Osac*., Nardoo,. The foregoing holdings have beeii ap praised at Id. per acre leasehold, aud those with- resumed areas L2 per sec 040 acres for resumed area, Culpatnro, Id., MOth, and L3 14«. 8,).; Gum-ra, 1,1. l-8th, £2 13s. 4d.; B'oon d:mi, 2d., £2 13». 4d.; Tnpra, 2d.l-10tb £4 10s. 8d.; Alma, 2d., J£3; 4s.', Cul towa. ld., 1-llth, £2 ; Merungle,. 2d., 1-lOth, £4 10s. 8d.; Murtee, Id., I-8thr £2 13s. 4d.) Urella Downs,! l-16thr £2, Billilla, Id l-12th, £2; Boolegal, 2d. 4 5tb, £5 6b. 8d.; Corrong, 2d., 1-lOth, £4 10s. 8d....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Carl Dunder's Recipe. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Ibunior. Carl Dundcr's Itcclpc, 'Well, what's tho matter this timo?' A queried Sergeant Mendnl, of tho Woodbridge street Station as Carl Dunder entered tho placo with n bnndngo over ono eyo nnd Ills lips and nose swelled to doublo size. ' My boy Shnke.' ' Wbnt's Jnko been up to 1 ' , 'Vholl, I baf to keep some sweet ciaer.in my saloon, you know. Ho gets hardt in a few days und nobody likes him any moro. Shnke hears me say dot, und ho bnys a recipo to keep him sweet all der time. Der Oder day 1 gifs him feefty cent und bo buys some stuff in n bottlo und we put him in n now ~ barrel of cider. I doon1 open him till last efning, und so soon ns he wns open Shnko says he gueES he shnll go down mit Spring wells lo stny mit his uncle onfer night.' 'Well?' 'Vbell, more ash twenty fellers vhns od hand for cider, und I do n great pecsncss for half an hour. Den somcpody cries out dot ' he vhns sen sick, und somcpody elso snys bo ' vhns poisoned, und two fellers' fall down mid kick und yell oudt...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Sr. Bell's, (Kiilpey- anil LivcrjyBitters ute no 'hit or inias'' compound or old woman's mixture.- '.fliey are prepared by a scientific phannaoist, witli- a full . knowJedgo'pf the powers aivd virtues of each itigrediout iu the class of diseases Which it cures. It is purely vegetable aud. -'cannot harui the youngeBt. child or the feeblest invalid; Haw' Asleep ! — 'T never,' wrote 's young lndy to a 'friend ' go to church or lecture but I am- half asleep, and I never ?krioW after what the aernion or lecture was about.' It was a plain ease of nervous le-. tlmrgy, produced by want of action of the liver and digestiye organs. She was persua ded' to try Aiaericau (Jo's Tl up Bitterss,- and now Biie writes IIow intulligent and bright aro sermons :'and lectures uo\Vf aud liow glorious the World we live in is.- Dr. Soule s Hop Bitteri'are indeed & blcisiug to me.'' KuuUr «? '. ' . v.. . ilolloway's Ointment and Pills.— Ad spring approaches a most favourable opportunity offers for re...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Criminals of Berlin. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

The Criminals of Berlin. I The criminal profession of Berlin is com pletely organized. There are regular arrange-, mentsfor augmenting its strength when it is thought desirable to do so, and for training the neophyte in his art. The common lodg ing houses furnish the thief trainer's favorite bunting ground. These aro, apparently, in no better condition in Berlin, than the like establishments in London were thirty or forty years ago, nnd it is not creditable to the mu nicipal authorities or to tho government that something has not been done for their im provement. It is little wonder if a youth, offered tbe means of escape from the wretch edness of such surroundings, yields without much difficulty to the blandishments of the recruiting sergeant for the army of crime, and willingly takes tbe necessary trouble to learn his new profession. If he proves on apt pupil he is put through successive stages of instruction, and when pronounced efficient rcceivcs a new name, whichever after in t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Murray and the Mallee. SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

The Murray and the Mallee, (Fiio.u tiih' Akgus.) ? SWAN HJLL. ' Swan HilJ is a pretty little town, cbM where aro the swans — and where isjthe lull 1 Swans are not generally found oti hills, aud^if'they were there is no hill within scores of miles of this} place. It may be that the toWn was ?'calldd- Swan Hill because there are neither swans nor hills near it ; but tho name does very well for all that, and it will always have a pleasant inean .. ing for those who have chanced to visit s tlils ilelialltful spot on tile banks of the Murray. It is a handier name than , Castle Donningtou, originally, given to ' it, aiid'th'e town is mucli better thaiiit was in the ' olden days. Before the ?water tower was erected, when there were' iio trees growing in the' streets, .. and 110 gardens surrounded the neat c -looking residences of the inhabitants, ? there was not much to please the eye at KSwan Hill, aud 1 ain inclined to dolibt if Garden's Hotel was as comfort able in those days. One never...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Certainly tlio Most Effective -Medicine ill tlio XVoi ViIis S.-\NDER ami SON:S EVCA-; LYPTI EXTliACT. 3\sfc ita cmincii pow erful effects iu Ct.ughs, Colds, Influenza, &c, the relief in inscaiitaiieoiis. Tlioua.nula give the most gratifying testimony, ltc.-ul this ceitiliciite : — 24th April, 1888.— Messrs. Sunder and Sons, — It ia with' the greatest of of plensm-u that I testify to the eXceilency of your Eucalypti Extract. Having had inflama tiou nn the bone of the leg, which came oil after a severe attack of low fever, I was at tended by Dr. J. Boyd who had made stroll- 1 Air.ua efforts to nave my leg, but without success. He then found it necessary to ampu tate my limb. Having heard in the mean time i.f tlio wonderful cures worked by the K .ealypt.i Extract, I obnaiiud a bottle, Slid tlio extract hail not been applied more than ?an hour wlieu I began to feci greatly relieved After applying tho extract every four Willi's (for nine or ten days I waa out of all danger I woui...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Moulameia. -.. ?Fl!OM OUU OWN CoitHKBPONDKNT.') ?' March 25. During the weak ending S-ilurduy, tlio 19li) inst., we lmd very sultry weather, Imfc on the evening of Satur day, vain began to fall about 7 p.uuand Continued srendily for 3 hours, register ing iilniUfc 30 points, nlso a few showers on Sunday. And since then wc have Intel cool southerly winds. . feed in ilm neighbourhood is father below the uverage. nlid consequently ?everyl/ody is wishing for a good fall of Vain, vis past rains have not had any jKM-miment cfivet Wl\ llie RvaSk * Dining this weelc the River Edwards lias ri-en about. 15 inches, and ia still ?continuing to rise, this however, is only thought to be temporary- , .±-:.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ensilage Success. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

Ensilage Success; The most noticeable event in pas toral enterprise which we have for some time had to. chronicle, says tho .Syuney ' Daily Telegraph.' is the suc cessful and extensive ensilagp opera tions carried out by Messrs;. W.-and F! Lamb, at their Merilong Station, Liver pool Plains, of which We give else where a- notice;. When- a pastoralist is able to report' that lie lias successfully harvested 1500 tons of fodder in the |foriu' o£ ensilage, rmarely. by onttHig'tKe jiatiu-uJVliei'hugo on a small oornei- of his run, their it' is evident that; we Ha ve reached a very- important stage in the paatocal- history of New South Wales. This enormous mass of fodder Was cut from 200 acres of an estate which con tains 6000 acres equally availUble to the operations of the reaping machine. The Messrs-Lamb are so satisfied- with tile magnificent result of tliei'r experi ment that they intend to carry it out on a much larger scale. Its ultimate success, of course, depends on the keep ing q...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Cultivation of the Mallee Scrub Land. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 30 March 1887

ffliiltwafasn. of tfie Mallea Scrub Land! pjY'TuBiSTbNfiV. .M AITJ- REt'0nri3R']j 'l'lie recluiiUiiUHiofille m ul lee scrub' country is a subjiiot fraug'litf. wiilj. the; greatest importance to the residents of ? the holder country of New South Wnles nnd Victoriii.-Now tlmt Mtessi'S.-Cliiifley Brothers have secured the right to settle mid' cultivute the vnat tract known us Milduru,-on-th('; southern side of the JVuiiTiiy, every item of liiformutioti. re- garding- the cultivation of' country whereoilthe mallee grows should prove ot interest'.- fn tiie districts bordering the Murray in the north- western por tion of Victoria the reclamation of the' mullee-lands-hus- been- curried on for years with indifferent success. It is; a geuerulljf understood'- rule that unlearn the ground is kept hi-uotive oultivatidn the mallee will spring up after tile trees have been grubbed and the main roots extracted! Even -n?the roudb*between ?the Winimetn and the South Australian border tliescrub spring...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
What is it to Thee? [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

What is it to TIico ? ''Twas a Winter day, nnd white with new snow ; I saw a littlo maid past the window go, With a bright, bright hood, and a faco fair to ace — But what waa it to me ? For I was a boy that looked through the glass, .And nodded to see the little maid pass, With the scarlet nood and tnngo 01 xur— But what was it to her ? 'Tis Winter ; the white snow is new again ; i Btand with a woman and look through the pane ; ^ Mayhap like the sweet hooded mnid is she — But wbnt is it to thee ? Odessa and St. Petersburg papers publish a singulnr document which is noth ing less than a formal treaty between on 0 Ljnsjkevich, the manager of an estate in the government of Kiev, and a neighboring peasant woman who passed for a very power ful witch. He greatly feared a blight for his crop of beetroot, and for the honorarium of eighteen roubles she undertook to ward off the danger by her magical spells, after May 21. Should the blight re-appear, bIic was to he hound to repeat tho incanta...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellaneous. "Woob Strauss' and His Mother-In-Law. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Miscellaneous. ' Wool) Strauss'' and His Motlicr In-Law. Dhcre vas many qveer dings, in dis land of derfrec, I neffer could qvito understand ; Dcr b copies dlioy all seem so deofrent to mo As dhose in mine own fadorland. Dhey gets blenty droublcs, and indo mis haps, Mitoudt dcr least bit of n cause : Und, vould you pelief id? dhose mean Ynngco chaps, Dhey fights mit dheir moder-in-laws I Shuat dink of a vite man so vickcd ni dot 1 Vhy not gife der oldt lady n bIiow 1 Who vas it gets oup, ven der nighdt it vns hot, Mit mine baby, I shuat like to know ? Und den in der vinter vlien Katrine vas aick, Und der mornings vns ahnowy, und raw, Who made righdt nvny oup dot fire so qvick? Vhy, dot vas mine moder-in-law. Id vas von of dhose vomnn's righdt vellors, I been, Dherc vas nodings dot's mean aboudt me ; Vcn der oldt lady vishea to run dot mnsheen, Vhy, I ahust let her run id, you see. Und rlien dot shly Yawcob vns enttingsome dricks (A block of her oldt chip ho vas, yaw I) Eef she goes ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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