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Miscellancous. Barbara Fane. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

flDiscclIaneous, Barbara E'ane. The gay young widow, - Uarbara Fnnc, With her springy step, Came down thclnnc, And won my heart ; Ihe more's tho pi ty1 Sho stormed tho gatca ' ; : And took the city. Very pretty, Js Harbara I'ane — Wise and witty j J : Is mine the gain? I satin the window ???'.... And sighed with pain— leighcd, for there ?'.? . ; :? Came down the lane A gallant youth .-??': With Barbara Fane. . ' ? She raised her eyes— . They aro deep as night— And bewildered mo With their mocking light I When he looked i n her face, ' Where the rose did seek Tho lily to chase From her oval cheek, Sho shook her tresses Of rippling gold With a cbnrm, though felt, . Oh, Barbara I Beautiful Barbara Fnne, ' . I'll olose this window - - ; Over the lane, , . . ' . And draw the curtains ?????''! Over my heart i : And still If I Can, , This stinging smartT. * And never, O pitiless1' Barbara Fane, ' Shall your mocking eyes, With their rapturous bane, Look on the luckless Bard ngaiu 1 Baby Tig...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

( LOCAL NEWS. pWLxa to tbn heavy pressure of local miiiter ia connection with our races, and coming so closo to oar day^of issuo wer much rogi'ot being unablcftc publish in timo to catch this evening's inaila. Local TAtEstf. — Wcr were shawn last week a really beautiful and r.rtiai'o exhibi tkm in tltc foi'in of a stand of assorted fririi-r. doiw iff irt1.:.', by Mia. J. Cram : shelving t'fis lady to po^csi to- a largK de31.ee aa apprecis.. tive grasp for Midi delicate and decorative art, tbo tinting being exceHen.-ly hnvinonized, while tho light ami slir.do of er.ch fruit pro BentcJ blending of the m'JS6 consistent fist. ture. We believe Mrs, C'-am presented tlio abovo fruit and stand to the Church of Eng land bazarr, Ivanhot: Races.— We would beg- to :o iriiud sporting men and others inte.'cileil, that tbo entries- for the Ivanhoe Handicap, Jump na Race. Bracelet iitakei and FJviiie Handi cap iii connection with tho Ivanhoe Jockey Club meeting close on Saturday next, 16th April, s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
RECIPES. Scotch Broths. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

RECIPES. Scotch Broths. On thecaft Scotland chows .her cood, In soupl'e scones the wale o' food ; Or tumlin' in the boiling flood Wi1 kail an' beef, — Burnt, Mutton broth, is the favorite Scotch broth. For it a gallon and a half of water is put into the broth pan, with one half pound of pearl barley, the latter being previously washed in two or three waters to free it from dnst or other foreign matter. This is allowed to boil. A neck o£ mutton weighing about five pounds, the bone of which is chipped so as to bo easily cut, is put into the boiling water, together with any vegetables in season. Just now a pint of green peas, half a Swede turnip cut in square pieces, a bunch UL IIU1D1UJ, tb UiAUUtlgU ll.IL l,UU rtlj 11UU1J, u largo bunch of green onions and two rather large carrots cut in slices would bo suitable. , A little salt only is put in with these to make the scum rise. It is skimmed oft as it rises. The whole is boiled two hours ; it is boiled gently at first for about half an...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. Sydney, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

'JTEILIBGRAJIS. Svdnev, April 12. All EaS'tei' fiporta and amusements were almost entirely Bpoilod by the rain, which continued incessantly yesterday. A hmnau skeleion wns /oiiud aE Marfabfa Bay on Friday, lias, by shirt and hat been identified by Mrs, Debeaux Kent, West Syd ney, as that of her son who has boon missing einco last Jamftvry, Tile Minister for Mines fs ill. ltandwick Kaeos— Flying Handicap'— Fltt- taroh, 1 ; Abner, 2; Faifgh-a- Ballagfr, t Maiden Stakes'— Lava, 1 ; Tuscarora and Bolingbroke derfd heafc for second place'. Champagne Stakes — Matador, 1 ; Abercorn, 2 ; Charmer, 3. Sydney Cup— Iff started, IMsco, Kitawa, Tom Brown, Nelson and Sorrella fell, but the ridpra were not injured' lime 3 min 39J sees. Selling Race — Faugh- a-ballagb, 1 ; Thakombau, 2' ; Ellington, 3 . Nursery Handicap— 'Dova, I ', Perfume, 2 } Lady Lovell 3. Mr, Miller resuMes debate' oil finanokl statement to.morrow evening: Mr, IJan O'Connor aud John Hurley M's/L.A. havo entered iuto partnership...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Questions to a Fretful Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Questions to a Fretful Wifcv ?' Hester 1' oxclaimed Aunt Susan, ceasing hor rocking and knitting, and sit ting upright, 'do yon. know what your husband will do whon you aro dead 1' 'What do you mean?' was tho startled reply. 'Ho will many tho sweotcst-tempered girl ho can find.' 'Oh, aur.tio !' Hester began. 'Don't interrupt mo until I havo lmisneu, said Aunt Susan, leaning DacK and taking her knitting. 'Sho may not bo as good a housekeeper as you are — in fact, I think not ; but sho will bo good natured.' ' Why, auntio ? ' 'That isn't all,' composodly continued Aunt Susan. 'To-day your hus band was halfway across tho kitchen floor bringing j'ou tho first ripo fruit, and all you did was tolook on nnd say, ' Thore, Will, just seo your footmarks on my clean floor! I won't havo my floor dirtied.1 Somo men would havo thrown tho fruit out of tho window. To-day you scrowed up your faco when ho kissed you becauso his moustacho was damp, and said, 'I nover want you to kiss mo again.' Whon h...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Church of England Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

CSburch. of England Bazaar'. The opening proceedings in' connec' iion with the Church of England Bazaar took place on' Saturday, when the Mayor, Alderman Close; officiated at the afternoons ceremony. In his opening* remarks- the' Mayof said ' Ladies and gentlemen, it is one of those occasions that I feel pleasure in my undertaking for the purpose of reno vating and decorating the local Church of England, and I feel sure that tho willing and hearty assistance given by the ladies connected with each stall deserves of the warmest commendation. On entering the hall we tfere really iistonisned lit the dis play that met our gaze, tlis fitalls blending both iff light and shade by the many and pretty varied costums of their fair* occupants; On the right' hand side entrance t'he stall is under' tho'fair guidance of Mesdames Harvey Eictiardson, Cram; tVightman, and' Miss Hepburn, the stall' on the left side ^\os hapily presided over by Mesdames Lockhart, Macphorson, and the Misses Ma'cphorson...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies Column. Etiquette, or Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

taWeo' Column* Etiquette, or Itaby. ? 75*. Tho Into Mndamo Eudordorf, tho famous singer nnd teachor, was a great favorite of tho Princess Koyal of England who is now tho Crown Princess of Prussia. Tho following story is associated with tho two ladies : — After tho marriago of tho Princess, Miidamo sun' at a court concorfcatBorlin, and was invited by tho Crown Princess to breakfast with hor. Thoy breakfasted to gether informally,an(l nftorwnrds Madamo sang several songs ot JtiandoJ, tlio i'rin coss's favorite composer.her Royal hostess playing hor accompaniments. Tho Princess proposed a visit to tho nursery. As madamo sat on tho floor with 0110 child playing with tho charms on hor watch-chains, another hanging over her shoulder, and tho baby in hor arms, tho door opened, and tho Crown Princo walked into tho midst of tho frolic. Tho Princess nroso, and introduced hor visitor. Mndamo looked up, and with her ready tact and wit said — ' Your Royal Highness, I must either disregard court ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Balranald Racing' Olub; The opening day of tlie aliflual' raeoting of tfie Balranald' Eacing Club was ushered in by glorious weather al though fears' wero ontovtained/ that rain would interfere with' tho success of^the meeting. The attendance was a most oncouraging one, showing that the liberal efforts of tlio B.R.C.- arc mooting with tho support tliat its pro graTnm-3 is entitled to-; and wo fool sure tliat visitors to Balranaldj of ?whoiii1 thoro wore a great many found tfee oflicinls connected with the racing td/oh6 urbane and civif. O'ui' new Hon. Socrotary, Mr. Geo.. Lobsoy, being a; most audt efTectivo worthy successor to Mf. Hi Br Jeffer= son, Mr. Lobsey having all tlie genial and working qualities necessary for1 such a position and no secretary could have the support of a bettei' working committee. We must compliment the local brass blind on tlieir musical pro duced selections, pointing to the fact that Mr. Bandmaster' DoyeS Is ail efficient and painstaking instructor^ tho i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Death. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Dcaltb, Warts-— Tho nrsenic treatment is well adapted for warts. The top of the wart should bo 'either sliced oft' with n sharp knife, cut oil with a pair of scissors, or des troyed with a drop of somo caustic; such ns nitric acid. ' It is then to be painted with tho nrsenic solution two or three times n day. In n short time it undergoes n change, nnd nppenrs' to break up into a number of pieces. It may then be removed or turned out without the slightest pain or difficulty. j.uuru uru buvmui uiuer ihuaiis ui ^ciung riu of wnrts. Their vitality is low, nnd they nre usually readily destroyed by. the application of the caustic or 'astringent. The strong acetic ncid known ns the ' glacial ' acetic ncid is often used for that purpose. It should bo applied with a glass rod until the wart is pretty well sodden with the acid. 1 1 may have to be applied more than once, and care should bo taken to prevent it coming into contact with tho surrounding skin, or it may cause n blister. Small warts...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Second day, We noticed a larger and aftappJer nt iendftnee on the second day of our faces, and when the bell rang for the Handicap Jumping Race/ the excite ment was of the genuine' oVder; eight started/ Play Boy going, quietly in front, Springfoot keeping 01080 ti'p m the rear. Eros Hot over excited ra-npd n patient lace.- Sting's ridfer getting thrown by bad judgmehj, but we are glad to say he waa not seriously injured, coining round the first time into the straight Springfoot's rider splendidly recovered himself getting over necked by the horse hittiRg hi3 jump heavily. Eros well ridden proved too good for his opponents came home a most com fortable winner, followed by Springfoot and Linnetl's Play Boy a good third. The Grand Stand Handicup -Was one of tho bes6 contested races w6' have witnessed/ Dean on Stonebroke riding with1 fiiost artistic skill and finish, hand ling his mount liko a goneral, came,- at lift most opportune time, lifting his 1i6tbq in by a' rnah- that could not ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. Magnets. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Science* Magnets. It is somowbat strango that tho journals identified with the milling interests have never had much or anything to say regarding the uso of magnets in flour mills. This can not be because magnets are of slight impor tance, for many educated and intelligent millers know their great value, But it is, nevertheless, true that magnets are seldom mentioned in milling journals, and are still unknown in far loo many mills largo nnd small. To be suro there aro regions, though uueujumg ie\v anu i.or uctween, wuerc me absence of wire-binding harvesters, and the exorcise of unusual care in garnering, dimi nish tho danger to reels 'nnd rolls from bits of metal ; but even under such conditions it would undoubtedly bo a wise precaution and an economical measure to employ magnets. It is quite a common practice to fix them in gangs in the wheat spout, and if well done this will doubtless be effectivo for a while : but thoy soon become choked with captured fragments, nnd must be freq...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

MALOOLM&BEATY, ?$nlm% ^Mtbmm, ami gfanfl twenty BAIiKAMADiW. LAND AGENCY. 'MALCOLM & BBATY Are prepared to KKAW T7F APPLICATIONS Under the Crown: fjanrfs Act of f8S4, And p-\BS tlirough th« . H.AJSTD OFFICE, Also npponrs at th» Local Land Court, ? And attend to any ;Yi*AW/I-. BUSINESS V Entrnsted to them Full information and particulars on Xand Matters to be had from MALCOLM -fc BEATY, ' Bnlniuftld. Division of Runs, NOTICE, MALCOLM & BEATS' aro pre pared to execute Slaps and Tracings of Land ,- also plans, Specifications, etc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated By Act of Council, ISO?. PAID UP CAPITAL— i550O,00O, with power to increase to ^1,000,000. Kesebtk Fuxn— £280,000, HEAD OITICBr Syiwet, HONDON OFFICE : 2 Knro Wi&ltav Stkect, E.(7 Brnnclica throngRout New South Wales and Queens Hind : Agents In nil ttre- ochrr Cbfonlro and in Great Britain, America, India, China ;' and- correspondent tlie principal cities of tho worW, Tlio Bank disc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

£fti^-*3CJ- jmlihcv-tliat rIiu lmr now tnkrti-ci.o **u~^ -above well-Unown Hotel/', it- will- We lit* 'emlea'vmir to conduct the linsiliosd-So tlint it may coiApUru favourably with the leading' ?Hetrojiolitan Hotels in attractiveness aim fcomfort. . .... Kvory aVte'n'tioh paid to BohrdeRs ilhd Visitors. . The largest and most comln'odions lioVlsa in town-. WlitiZi IJecVjJ, & Spirits' H iM $c$i granite i\\\vi\p in Moth. JFirst-class Stabling. SSiltiards. iL.J. MURPHY;. . . Proprietress-. Commercial Hotel) __? M'MAHON BROTHERS, ? .'PRorRIKTOUS; ' . : TlffE&SRS. M'MAHON BROS. Wcg JjJL 10 notify trt lli« piililie of Biil i-analil alirt distriiit, tlml they have takeh the above well-knowu Hotelj and iiojie by giving every attention-,' to hierit a fair share of support.' : ?' Every uctSomnlodationj with lioliie feomforts, ???_??? Sample . . ttoorhS Tot dohithbrBial ^Travellers. ...?:?.?.?:,; .. . Good Billiard fable. fir6t class fetiililinpr Ac'6(iiiiiii'o(l)it;oti; BpsI. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Thei Colonial Treasurer (M'r. Biirna)j cam be1 warmly complimented, on the llioid'and olear financial stntement he jjlaoed'beforo the bouse lnat Wednesday.. 32revious to delivory many, were tlio rtmonrs, as to the manner in which Sir Henry, Parkes- colleagtio would' deal with iHo finances ;-. but the budget and its various olussiliod wnya- und- means were junk as- secretly kept as the 'Thunderer ''kept from nil', but Lord. Randolph Church and its Eilitoiy the us Chancellor of tlio Exchequer.. First jmd- foremost Mi-. BUrns- announced to li'on; members that the actual' deficit nt tho-olose of; 188f-' whs £2;5G8,202 ;:and How this- Itargo amount is to bo dealt with ;; tHo' T-reusurer unfolded' with' oleiireonsoiouaiK'^a We are at one with Mr;. Eti'iis- wfunx he says. — 'Tliat if oiily ovdi'nary rertsor/ isad priTdenee- had bosu. oxujwiaud ull the legitimate wantu of the country could Iiavo beeti met, and tfrero would huve been n surplus instead of « .deficit in 1S86.' All piirties are...

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 — 13 April 1887

PASTORAL, Balranaldl .?-?.. ? ' . — o — Riverina Recorder Office-,. Tuesday Evening; TEopast week linsBeeu of that nature tbatf cam only make glad tho hearts- of pastoml iita. and1 agriculturalists — good growing' '?? weather and a likolihood of its continuing Ghi Saturday evening rain- began* to1- oomo dbw.u, and to-day a atill further fall is-to- be olirohiolod. Taking all theao advantages , circumstances into recognition wo can only jiresago- it prosperous scaaon for tliia- and' otlior portions of Eiverina's (at timos;) dry huu-ui«h-uihuiu luvuiiui,. xvuiuuiii on oaciir day/— Balranald, ;05 points ; Canally, 120-;; and'raports point to rain further back;. '. Rivees,— Hay, 8ft 3in- ; Gundagal; 4Ic f : W-agga, 4ft 16in ; Rilranald, 12ft Oin :;. Wil oaunia, 32ft Oin.; Monindio, 20ft ;P6onoario, TCentworthj 12ffc lin; Echuca, 7ft Girt; SwawHill,.Gfr) 5in ; Euston, 6ft Him Ilie JUberiM gtorber WEDNESDAY, 13tii APRIL..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Scottish "Fools." [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Scottish ' Fools.' The Orientals respect an insane man, thinking that tho farther ho is removed by tho loss of reason from men the nearer ho is brought to God. A similar trait is found in tho Scotch habit of looking with a kindly oyo upon 11 half-wittod person. Sometimes ho is called a 'fool,' but usually ho is spokon of as 'daft ' or tho ' poor natural.' Not a fow of these half witted folk mado such «ood uso of thoir remaining wits that local tradition has kept green not only their memories, but their bright sayings and koon roplios, Ono of theso wise fools by his kodn reply to a clergyman, gavo rise to tho proverb, 'Tho mair fool aro yo, us Jock Amos said to tho minister.' On a Sabbath morning tho minister as ho was on his way to tho kirk, discovered daft.Tock Amos whittling. 'Jock,' said tho clergyman, ' can you repeat tho fourth commandment? Which is tho fourth com mandment ? ' ' I dare say, sir, it 11 bo tho one after tho third,' answered Jock, whittling on. ' Can you repeat it...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. Cape Breton Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

Sftetcber. Capo Breton Marriages Courtship is by no moans a necessary pre liminary to marriage To bogiri nt tho bo ginning : When a young man decides that ho will marry ho often first builds a homo ; and it is no trivial matter horo, whoro most of tho lumbor is sawn by hand in a pit. A man may bo said to bo in earnest whon ho begins his suit with moutns ot sucn nnru labor — ana that, too, from a disinterested motivo, not having tho faintest idea, porhaps, ns to who will bo tho mistress of tho house Wo saw a number of such oxpectant buildings, in all states nnd of many ages ; for somo, failing to get a tenant, stood without windows or doors, tho imago of a desolate heart. John ? , a young man duly prepared and determined to marry, had set out tho previous week with his spokesman to got a wifo. IIo had no particular, proforenco for any 0112, but they decided to go first to tho houso of Mary — , ono of tho biggest gins or. tho parish, whom ho had often noted, but with whom ho had novor...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Fool's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

' - * The Fool's Prayer, ,V.5 » ? -'.Theroyalfe'ast was done; tho king -, ?' Sought Bomo now sport to banish oaro, 'And to hiB jsstor cried, ' Sir Fool, Kneel down (or ua and make n prayer 1 ' - The joatcv doflcd bia cap and bells, And Btood the mocking court before ; Tboy could not aeo tho bitter amilo - ' - Behind the painted Riin he wore. Ho bowod his bead and bent bifl knee ? Upon the monarch's silken stool; His pleading voice aro?o : ' 0 Lord, Ba morcifal to rao, n fooll No pity, Lord, oould olmnge the heart ?Itotn rod with wrong to wnito as wool ; ' The rod must heal the sin ; bat Lord, ? Bo merciful to me, a fool I ' '.Tia by our guilt the onward sweep 01 truth and light, 0 Lord, wo stay ; 'Tin by our f olliea that so long . We hold tho earth from heaven away. ?ThoBO olutnoy feet, still in the tniro, ' Go orushing bloseoma without end ; ?Thoso hard, well-meaning hands wo thrust Among the heart- strings of a friend. The ill-time troth that wo huva kept — We know how sharp it p...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

?JOHN CtTLLEN, 'Juxr;- ; Piopnetoi' 3^|IRST Class accommodation for Cfom menial mm and faimhoa Commodious stublis and attentive, groom Beat Wines and Spirits only Bilhaid 'Iiibh, mid bnmpfo Rooms. , ?JIorsLs and liuggies foi Hire 'on ICC TOR COBK '&. to Coichcs IeW duly foi Sum Hill, Kulrtuiald, J5uston, AVuitworth, and other piits of the Colonies Wm. Bucklanfr, Agent foi Melbourne duly 'and weekly Papas', also 'Rneima Be Wdei' and ' Dcinliqum Cluomclo' Advei tiscn'iehts received ftft iibo\e 'pipeisfi t AgeM for Colonial Fne and Mai'inc Tnsiii.ince Compniy of New Zealand, ,Cipitll £2-,00a,00(i (Unlimited Lid Tbihby) t KooNDRodir, Victoria ROYAL HOTEL* \Nuct to the Railway Station), ''T^XCELLEft'T accommodation for Com JLi ' mtrcial JLrivtllcrs-aud Visitors i Best Brauds of Wines and Spirits on\y lept Horses and Bnggirs for Hire Good StiiMnig Efficient Oiooui ?, Coaclics leave daily for Koondrook and Xchuca , P O'DONNELL, i ,' s ^ ' Proprietor c Note tlie Acjdross— Next to tl...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 13 April 1887

(Boob Stories. I was chatting (writes a correspondent) with the captain o£ nu Allan liner i\t sea a touplo of years ago, whou tliero approached n deputation o£ North o£ Ireland immigrants. They came to complain of an ' extraordinary mess ' which that day bad been served in the steerage for dinner The spokesman was a volublo person, who interlarded the narrative of his grievance with easy familiar allusions to the powers and terrors of the Board of Trade when thc3o were exercised in the cause o£ the 'poor immigrant.' 'Bring up the I'lish.' R.lif! (hn pfinfnin fn f Vir. nfpprfirrn steward. A large kid of boiled mutton, with caper Banco, still hot and appetizing, was 'produced. 'What's the matter with this?' nuked tho commander, evidently puzzled, as the Allan steamers rank deservedly high for the manner in which their steerage passen gers are victualled. ' What's wrong here ?' lie added. ' Slmre, need ye ask ?' replied the head of the deputation, pointing, with an ex i pression of hor...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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