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The Wanderer's Return. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

The Wanderer's Return, 'How cold upon my passion blows tlio wind, Over the old sweet fields— so sweet tbnt I Could wander more, yet for nil memory Not sweet enough, Beloved, ah I have I sinned, That all but these dumb Holds looks so unkind, And I, without e'en one familiar face, Must seo the darkness in the sunny place, ' And set my feet here, wandering still in mind ?' Then glancing up, if lieavcu might look sweet Upon bis sorrow, ono blight star he spied, But as he gazed his hungry eyes grew dim, And the star seemed so many worlds from him. Heart side, he turned ; and in the pool beside, Lol the same star was shining nthi3 feet. Adulteration-— No one can deny that adulteration is n swindle, and it Bhoukl not be permitted except the manufacturer stamps the character of tho article on the package. There is no objection to cotton in woollen cloth, if the article bo labelled and sold for cotton mix. Nor ia thero any ob jection to chicory in coffee, if peoplo know it is there, and aro ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. Boys Who Become Famous. THE STORY OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

!i6o\)s'-Golmnn. , Koys Who Bccmnc Famous. BY DAVID KER. Tick Stoky of Africa. ' Well, I uaed to think no ono could do two tilings woll at -once, but that boy seems to to liavo managed it nnd no mis take.' So spoko an English iravellor who waa inapecting ono of tlio groat cotton-mills in tho west of Scotland, not far from Glas gow. And woll might he Bay bo. Tlio led whom ho was watching — a pale, thin, bright-eyed boy, employed in the' mill ns a 'piccer' — lind iixed n small book to tho fratnowork of tho spinning-jenny, and seemed to snatch a brief sentence from its pages ovory timo I10 passed it in the courao of his work. 'Ay, lio's jist a wonder, yon laddie,' answered the Scotch foromnn, to whom tlio visitor had nddrosaod himself. ' Wo ca' him ' Buay Davie ' horo, for lie's aye read,roadin'like ony minister ; but I10 does his wnrk wool for a' that.' ' And does lie renlly understand what lie reads ? ' naked tlio Englishman, look ing wondoringly at the young studont's book, which wa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. Duck Farmers in China. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

traveller. P'.ick Farmers iu China. One afternoon we went on an interesting expedition up the river, and then turned nsido into ono of tho many creeks to the village of Faa-tce, and thenee onward in search of ono of the great duck-hntching establishments, where multitudinous eggs arc artificially hatched. The first wo came to was closed, but the boatmen told lis of another fuithcr on ; bo wo landed and walked along narrow ridges between largo flooded fields, in which lotus and water chestnuts are grown for the sake of their edible roots. Both are nice when cooked, but tbo collect ing of these in this deep mud must bo truly detestable for tho poor womon engaged in it. Passing by amazing heaps of old egg Bliells we reached the hatching house, in which many thousand eggs are being gradually warmed in great baskets filled up with heated chaff, and placed on Bhelves of very open basket work, arranged in tiers all around the walls, while on the floor are placed earthenware Btovcs filled w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

. UoLiD/jr. — The*. Mayor, Aid. Close, has received' a tolegrain fn.rn Mr. Lakemau, M.t'.,; to tho. effeot tliat:Tu:sday next has been gazetted a public holiday iu the town and district of -Balranald. i It is . pxpec'tod -that a meeting t.f the homestead lessees whoso cases v/ero dealt with at tho last sitting of tho Laud Board hero will bo held during tha animal races, wliou most of tho lessees are in to-vu to con sider tho matter of exorbitant rontals fixed by tho Board, aiid to take iuto consi deration what action should bo taken ; as this is of gre^t Iniportauco to those inter tfsled, it is Lo be hoped tliat those unable to attend will forward their views ou tlio sub ject. Ik conuection with tho forthcoming bazaar, we would beg to call the attention of our readers aud others, to au advertiseineut as well a poetic ellusion, -rbiuh latter poiuts out susceptibly conclusive, the many pretty sights to oj witnessed, at the fair which opens on Saturday ; aud auotlier pleasant art, iu t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Ixnlttv The Causes that Lead to it-— Tho mor phine habit usually besets people of moderate wealth— those who are enervnted by a life of frivolity, nnd luxurious living. A certain pliaso of existence is altogether too rushing and too artificial. Tho lady of to-day tells you she ia living on excitement, just living 011 her nerves. This kind of exiatenco taken in excess soon injures the constitution. Such a woman lias no npprccintion of the pure, nmple, nnd exquisite enjoyments of nature. She has heard o£ the soothing nnd intoxicat ing qualities of' morphine from some dear familiar friend, and like a truo daughter of Eve must taste the apple. Tho pleasant in toxication nnd freedom from caro which fol low the nse of tho pornicious drug form too powerful a temptation to its use for all women to resist successfnlly. It is very much ot the nature of alcohol, ns it leaves behind it n sense of depressing debility, which no thing but a fresh resort to the drug relieves. When constantly used i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

TELEtSHlASaS. Svdnov. Anril 5. Mr. Tornaghi, public clock nniltor, is \ exhibiting a model of a National Monu .inent, which lie proposes should be erected on site of Garden, na a ceuteuiul memorial. Rumour is current that the appoint ment of sixth judge will be conferred on Hon. W Foster. The Licensed Victuallers' Associa tion have resolved thut on und after the 10th inst., spirit driuks are to be 6d., aud beers 4d. The English '..mail via Frisco, will arrive to-morrow. Another batch of French . con viola has arrived at.Nouiueu. xne extension oi railway itom xenter field to Queensland border will bo opened tlie end of May. ?£1,400 have been collected in Victoria iu aid of the Bulli sufferers. Later. A serious accident occurred tliis morn ing on tho western railway at Went worth Falls ; two goods trains camo into collision, and the engines teles coped, none wero hurt except the driver named - Jourdan, who : -,vas slightly injured. The cause of the ac cident is said to bo the signals ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Circus and Circus People. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Tlie Circus aud Circus. People. Tlio tasto for tho circus is reviving. Iu England, the good Prince of Wales does not disdain tho ring. The first lords and ladies of the realm advocato equestrian performances, so what moro can bo said of popular taste '! The performers, ,-ilas 1 aro dying out. It takes 80 long to learn tho profession. Tho artist must lovo it, aud work at it night and day. Ho or alio must needs bo proficient 'ill all stages of tho work. On tho dramatic boards a pretty woman with monoy, a littlo in Hucnco, and oven notoriety, with little or 110 talent, may succeed for a longer or a shorter timo, as happens. But tho circus rider must liavo talent and arduous train ing. No humbug imposes 011 tlio public. Tho artist rises or falls by his or hor solid merit alono. Lots of peoplo not -only think that thoy can act 011 the theatrical stago, but thoy mako others think so. Circus peoplo are clanish, and generally marry in thoir own profession. A lady ridor may marry tho ring-ma...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Easter Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Easter Holidays. . The residents of the town and dis trict of Balranald will have no lack of %'ariety in amusements, during the Easter holidays. On Satur day a most pleasant day ought to bo provided by the cricket .match between this and the Hay district^ iufd on the same .afternoon the 'opening of ..the bazaar in; connection with the Church of England, should' also give pleasur able enjoyment to 'those: who uuiy\ visit the Masonic Hall. JL he Aiazaar will be formally opened by His Worship the Mayor (Alderman W. O. Close), at 4 p.m., after which the number of ladies taking au active part in . furthfering the success of the movement will we are sure, with effective and willing hands, place before visitors a capital display of articles, both ornamental and useful. It is intended to continue the bazaar during the evenings of Monduy and Tuesday of race days. The annual meeting of the Balranald Racing Club will take place ou the above days, racing to start each day at 1. p.m., and judgin...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Obscure Heroes and Heroines [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Sftctcba:.. ©5-scurc Heroes and Heroisms You pa3s through a hideous London slum ; tho oil lamps flaro nnd flicker in tho wind, tho honrso hawkers shriok, tho ragged children cry Blirilly, and from tlio public houses coiiiq tho confused babblo of laughter nnd cursing and tlio rank waftB of acrid einoko. Blowzy womon, draggled women, brazon womon, drunken women pass you ; ugly malo nightbirds scowl at you with Bavago eyes ; foul mouthed j'oung girls — moro children, alas! — saluto you with impudent confi donco and tho niglit iH full of rank odors nnd bleared lights. You enter a narrow alloy, watching* carofully tho manccuvres of tlio Bkulking creatures who slouch around with humped ^shoulders and ovil gazo. A door opopis and you aro in tho midst of a strange assemblage. A bevy of womon gather nround somo long tables nnd watch you with dull curiosity. Hoto is ono who is pinched with hunger ; her thin fingors aro knotty at tho joints, her hair ia woefully sennty, and sho looks beaten, b...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Balranald Racing Club. A general committee meeting of the above . club was held at the Balranald Hotel on- Wednesday afternoon, present (Messrs. Close in the chair), Murray, Richardson, Beaty, Malcolm, aud the hon. sec., Mr, Lobsey. The minutes o£ the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Richardson moved and Mr. Leaty seconded, that u previous resolution as to charges for admission to course be rescinded — carried. 'Mr. Malcolm proposed, and Mr. Richardson seconded, that the prices of admission to course be as follows : — Adults Is., children between 7 aud 12 years 6d;, under 7, free, vehicles 3d. per wheel, horses drawing vehicles 6d. each,' saddle horses Is. Children 7 to 12 to Grand Stand, 2s. Cd. The Works Committee to attend to several small matters in connection with repairs on the course. It was proposed and seconded that in the event' of the cricket match been played on the race course, that the sum of £2 2s. be charged for use of ground, carried by casting vote of ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

(Boob Stodea. ? 'A short timo ago a gentleman who lived in n small town not far from Buffalo went ' tho way of all flesh, nnd tlie burial ccrc ; '???monies to be -performed over his remains were committed to the charge of the local undertaker. Tho funeral was quito an im ? portant one, for the gentleman was promi nent in his own town, nnd a number o£ his ? friends from the city were present. The ? services were held iu the church, but just ns tlie tunc arrived for taking the remains to tlie cemetery a severe thunderstorm came up, and it was considered best not to start until tlie worst o£ tlie storm was over. The wait was rather an embarrassing one, but t.hc undertaker was equal to the emergency. Standing on tlie chancel steps, he shouted ? so as to be heard in the choir loft at tho other end. of tho building: 'The organist ? will please give us a little music to while nway the time.' Even the mourners smiled. ? It was Horace Greeley's custom on Sunday forenoon to attend Dr. Chnpin'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Cricket Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Oricket Meeting. A general committee meeting of the Balranuld Cricket Club was held at the Balrauald Hotel on VYednesday even ing, wheii the following members were present : - — Messrs. Richards, vice president (in thu chair), Murray, Lobsey, Lord, Lockhnrt, Malcolm, Beaty, Boyninn, Rowling, aud the Hon. Sec. R. A Fihl.i.-iv . jluo minutes oi in.- pluvious meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was received from the Hay Cricket Club in reference in that teams visit to Balranuld during Eastor time. Mr. Boyulon proposed aud Mr. Lockhart seconded, that Messrs, Morphett, llaecke, Malcolm, aud Fisher, be appointed to make all the necessary arrangements in connection with tlie match. Proposed by Mr. Murray and sec onded by Mr. Lord,- that Messrs. Richards, Lobaey, Beaty, aud Lock ,hart be appointed a sub-committee to niake all arrangements iu the focep tive und 'accommodating ''welcome to the j members of the Hay cricketing team. The Hon. Sncrotary- was instructed write, acknowledging ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 22. THE TRIPLE GHOST. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures, No. 22., THE TRIPLE GHOST. By Alexander Montgomery- I 'What d'yo think, though, ol a trijilr ghost?' It waa Jack Mirtin who put the qiestion, «ahe leant over tbo fence of the home-paddock at Karamilla station, one blazing Sunday forenoon in December. Jack— his local capacity ol stockman to the contrary notwithstanding — was s gentleman; there could bo no doubt of that. Good educa tion—good manners — good heart— but not that important something which ia so terEely yclepi ' ballast, ' ond for lack of which— to carry the fi-jnro further — tho argosy of Jack's existenco bod suffered grcivouB and repeated damage, if not actual shipwreck. But, by a natural compensation, it is not Beldom given to these flighty soula to take the wqrld mora easily than thoir fellows, and thus it was that Mr. John Martin, ' yarning' there, that morning, with an old bluo shirt on hia back and an arcbaio ' cibbage-tree' over hia good-natured countenance, waa as cheerful aa if ha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, and ffatuw ^cntsi, ^urtio.nws, and -pm* gjwnts, BALKAN ABi Br. LAND AGENCY. 'MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS ! ' Under the ©rown LjukIs Act of 8884, And puss through tlio . ? X/A-isTD OFFICE, .Also appears at tha - aLocal Land Court, ' ' And- uttoiid to any 'I/AST.® BUSINESS ' j ._? ? Entrusted to them Full information aiid'- particulars on Xand Matters to be, had fro'n ~ MALCOLM ,b BEATY, ? Balranald. .'''Division of Runs. NOTICE. MALCOLM & BEATY aro pre pared to execute Maps and Tracings of La;id ; also Plans, Specifications, etc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, ? _ Incorporated by Act of Council, JSi 3. PAID UP CAPITA 1,-^500,000, with power to increase to- .£1,000,000. 3if.Hfr.Vi: Fund— £'.iso,ooo. _ HEAD OFFICE : Sydnby. LONDON OFFICE : 2 Kino William Stsect, E.C ; Branches throughout New South WalcnmlliuccnH Ittiid : Agents in all tho other Colonics and in Great Britain, America, India, China ; nnd correspondent th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

- - - - Hotels . Balranald Hotel (TATTERS AT:L'S) mPwSi BISGS to niinminco to hfcr fucmTs aud'tW public, that sho has now taken the febnve well-known Hotel. It will be her emlciivoitr to conduct the business au that it timy tfoinpar* favourably with the leading Metropolitan Hotels in attmctiveuess and -comfort. ' Every attuntlon paid to Boarders and Visitors. The largest dud most commodious houso ? lu town» -? ^iitf.s, liimtS the $f-;t granite Always in £tacft, ffirst-clnss Stabling. Billiards; j M. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. * AMERY'S Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, Pltl.l'ItlKTOItS. TlfESSRS. M'MAHON BROS. l.e« ill lo notify to the jiublie of Bal raunld mill district, thai tlioy have taken the above well-kuow'n Hotel, und Lop by giving every attention, to mrnt a fair share of support. livery accommodation, -,with homo (comforts. ? Siim pie Rooms for Commercial Snivellers. ' ' ' ;i . Good/ Billiard Table, : First class Stabling Accommodation. Best Brands iilwavs li opt. V M'MAHON...

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 — 6 April 1887

PASTORAL. ?- Balranald, lti~cTino: Secorder Office, Tuesday ISvouine. i ? _ Tlio ivealiior during the past week liaa Been oi a very changeable nature from ivarm flnd olose to wet anil cool cleardaya, Friday anclSfifcui-iIay being Bxceptionalh' muggy for , tBio time o£ the year. R-aiii began falling ? heavily on _ Saturday night, lasting' sevoral.' hourSj during which time 113 points follj , making' 178 for the week. Reports from: the back country, show that raiu fell iiesv ? ily.. . The Willandra creek is over 4 miles ? wide on Kilfura,,ati-l for a distance of 3 miles itis 3Jft deep. Manfred returns Sin ; Clare ,2in ; Till Till, Hiu ; Kilfcra, 3jin ; Tori, ?11C points ; Paiku, 78 ; Canally, 160; Box dale, 103, Noorong 80. . Sfcoek Movements.— 1,000 bullocks the ; ? property of Messrs. Hay Bros., Palparn, (Q) for Victoria via Balrauald are rniiorlod as being ou this side of Clare hint Friday. Bur gess in charge. 4,000 stud ewes id lamb, pro .jperty of C; B. Fisher, crossed the Wakool...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Passengers by Ooach. Ar.nvALs: From Swan Hill— March 2-1— Mr. Orecn. ;t March 25 — Messrs. Quail and Box. March 27--il]ossi,s. Auderaon, T. li. Biiyuton, „Bydo, aud Miss Pmvkeaworbh. March 29 —-Me&sra, Holland aud Williamson. April I— Mrs. Murphy, ami Mr. J. H. Morphett. - ... DtiPARTUBKS. \ To Swan Hill— March 22— Miss O'Keefe, Mrs. Stewart and family, and Mr. T. H Boyuton. March 2S— Mr. Muir, March 31 Miy Grieve. April 3 — Mr. Hamilton. To Dsmliquui — March 29— Mr. Barry. ' April 1 — Rev. T, T. Harvey, ? : To K-auhoe— March 23— Mr. IC. L. Row iing,. Match 31 — Mesara. Byrne and Wil liamson.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Modern Steamships. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

Modern Steamships:. TJie Strictly modern class of steam ship, .in whioh size, speed,, safety, and . omfort reached a standard whioh has - Tver been greatly, excelled, onme in with, tile Arizona, but in the Fait field _. ird. seven years ago. Sho was consider bly. larger than any merchant steamor _? eceeding hor (excepting Brunei's col ...ijul failure her proportion of'ongiue ; iweivto tonnage was so great that it ?.'ao.propliesibdi tliat sho would either ow up or. shake herself to pieces; her jujedi (\17i3i Kuots)i was unexampled, sft'e wus-bo protected by water-tight . .'..iparlments-aa-to be almost unsink .... Tlio ship, fulfilled: none- of- the r' . prediction respeoting lier. She ^ not blow up on shake herself to ? j;es;. But she did tlie passage, in tile .,.;:.est time on reoord j: and' when,. rim* into- an iceberg,, alia linookedi a -/' e in her bow so large-Mint a- barge :-i rowed'in to-take out tlie cargo, she ii . . imed 200 miles baok to New York . . ;. ei-fect safety. The...

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 XLIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

' A L M A.' ' vAN .sGRiGiNAi/i: Australian :Stor.\ HAROLD STErilEST' E-q/, M I' ' OP NEW SOUTH 1 WAT.FH. ? (A.ll-Itiq7it- RettrotA.t' ? . CHAPTER XLIII. — fCoXTIA'CEJ).') Bill approving of tho cebemo had under - taken to find men to oarry it into exoeiition, and hod. for the purpose, placed himself in communication with Bundry sailors, with whom he had formerly been associated in aota ot orimo. Ho then want on to relate how he had introduced himself to Bertio Lsracorte, and the further events in connec tion with tho robbery whioh aro known to tho reader. After tho division of tho plunder, tho party broko up, and dispersed about tho country, and Bill had neither heard of. or met. anv of them since ; except hia particular ohum, 'tho silent gentleman,? who^iad been with him when ho first accoBted Bertie. Thoso two had remained together, aud proceeded up country. Tho bulk of their gold they buried in a gully not far from Forest Creek, intend ing to take up a claim, and bring it in for s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 6 April 1887

A Tribute. Tlio following we- bake from the cor respondent of tho 'Argus,' I never bo much wished for the gift of expres sion as. now,, when I come to speak off the part played by the rescue parties, 'whose heroism, only needs to, be known to ba admired us ic deserves..' Happily there were those who saw these inen, risking their lives,, and oould note the soldier-like alacrity and gallantry with which they pursued their most unwel oome task in semi-darkness,, in a pestil ential atmosphere.. Who. can measure tho courage,, tho high spirit of- man hood,. which, animated theso men 1 They caim; not in. scores but in. hun dreds,, from Noifch liulli, from Mount ELembla,. and from. Mount Knra„ to eagerly take part in un enterprise in which life was. staked at every moment against tha hazard o£ the falling work ings and poisonous gas, As soon as one gang was overpowered with the foul air and the toilsome- scramblin' over the masses of 1.02k which obstruc ted tho drives, several more were not...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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