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Balranald Police Court. THURSDAY, 14th APRIL. (Before E. L. Rowling Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

fialfanald Police; Court. if .' ^hur'sday, 14th April.- '. I (Before E.- Lr. Rowling Esq., P.-JlF.)1 I William Spencer was charged with! stealing a watch and chain the property of J ohuBarlow, the licences of the Royaf Hotel,- Bnlranaid, when the following evidenee was taken : — - Sergeant Dowling deposed :: Yester day evening about 5 o'clock I appre hended the prisoner now before the' court. He was given in charge by Mrs. Biirlow of the Royal Hotel.- She' charged liim' with stealing a watch and chain,- the property of her husband, licensee of. the Royal Hotel.- When I arrested the prisoner he was drunk. £ took him to the lock-up. I- there' searched' him and found a sovereign/ some papers,- bills,- the watch and chain' 1 now produced 'Was hnnded over to me' 1 by M^-s.- ;J^arlow,'it is5 the article slief charged prisoner with stealing. Mlrav Bin-low also handed me two letters and? two km Ves,- und ten shillings and one' penny;- whiuh, 'prisoner had- thrown into' a comer of 'tlie„ roo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Oxley Jockey Club Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Oxiey1, ? r j ockey Olub AMuai . Meeting; ! ? ? -Tho following aro tlio Handidnps for the two 'princiiml events .at ' tho: Oxloy. moot ing OxLEy Joct'Ei' Club SANDibAf.—l J. milo; . . , st. lb. Stonckroke .;. ' ... 9 11 .. : Snxon . . 9'' :Sl ; y Littlu John .8.'.'d ' ' ' Sting ? 6 3 Sacculation ... 3 ,tf Cliestor . ..-. ... 7 13 . Telegraph ? 7 ' :-.;.(yalnlla ... ' 7 -tf Miss Beacli ? 7 U Hurdle Ra6e— 2 miles. , . . ,, Stiag ? 10 7 voltniro .. ... 10 ' S Bluo Bonnet .;. ... , 10 3 Soh'ctor- '-i . ... . 9 ,13 Cliestor ..-. \... ;.r 9 7 1 ilinei'va...- ..?..94 4 , .W; T. illLLS; Handioapper,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Post Card Proof. S-ALisntniY, Tenn,, April 4, 1883. Gents : — -I \vu& affiicted irith serious Kid' noy nnd Urniary tronbles for twelve years. After trying nil tho doctors nnd patent me dicines I could hear of, I used two bottles of Hop Bitters and am perfectly c tired B. F. BOOTH. W/SHitroToN, V, C., April 3, 1883, To the Hop JSitters Co Sits j — I write this as a token of the ap preciation I have for yotir Bitters. I was afflicted with Inflammatory Rheumatism seven years, and no mcdicino seemed to do me any good until I tried threo bottles of your Hop Bitters, and to my Burpriso I ant ; an well to day as ever I was. I hopo yoti may haue great succass in thia great and val uable medicine, Anyouo wishing to know more about my eure, can learn by addressing : me, E. M. WILLIAMS. 1103 16th St, Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If when you call for American Hop Bit ters (aee green twig of Hops on the white labc andl)r. Soule}3 name blown in the, bottle), tho vendorhands out anything bu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

incipient Brigiit's Disease. IslinotoK}. Newcastle, N;S \Y:, April 28, 18Si-.— AFtdr boing lnoilghfc very low with liver and kidney di«ua«e; nnd after buing uuder mcdicnl trealoiwcnt aix months Avitliout recovery* I reaolvod to give VVar* 'lier^s «afe euro ft trial, and did Go. At thb time I began its uso I suffered greatly from sharp cutting paius across my baekj aiid around iny side) loss of memory, Mckuefes at .hu &tomuch) appetite bapricioua, Urino filled ivilh ulbuiTi'eh; ulc; 1 did not derivo per: buptiblu. good , front tlio tiiedlcine uritlf I ha-J taken four bottles, nftbr which timo nly reeoVory was rnpid iiiid bomplete^. I took ill all about 00 buttles; THOMAS NOLAN* ildt A Failurd; . tjENAi.i.A, Victoria, Ouno 4, 1SS8.— fiav- ing been troubled .with Kiduoy and Liver diseases, eausejl through the (ihan^o of real deiicci iiectBaituted Uy iny professional life^ ?more or less during the Jast live years.- I was about Biji mrtntha since induced to -try Warner s safo ctl...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Gunbar. April 9. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 20 April 1887

Gunbar     (From a correspondent)   April 9, 1887.         We are having a splendid season here; grass and water in abunadance; Farmers are busy ploughing, a large   area will be under crop soon. A flour mill will be erected at Hillston) and this will give us a market. Gunbar is situated midway between   Hay aiid Hillston. The township is of little importance; but the district is largely settled upon by a go ahead and well to do class of selectors. A meet- ing of selectors held on the 1st inst., decided to sever our connection with the Land and Industrial Alliance Sydney, as it is considered a mistake to mix Protection with Land Reform, as is done by that Society. The settlers here are chiefly Protectionists, still they consider Land Reform a subject of greater importance at the pre- sent, ahd every effort should be made to get this question settled satisfac- torily t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Removing Stains from Cotton or Linen Goods, Curtainsi Etc.— Grease spots are better removed by soap ; stains from oil colors, as a rule, do not resist the notion of a mixture of soap and caustic potash. It spots of tar or axlo-grease aro unaffected by soap, thoy will usually yield to the solvent action of bonzino (so-called), ordinary cthor, or of butter, which may afterwards bo removed with Boap and water. For ink-stainB, dilute hydrochloric acid, which must bo subse quently carefully washed out, will gene rally bo found effectual. For the same pur pose oxalic acid or salts of Borrcl (hydrogen potassium oxalate) may also be employed, and that moBt economically, in fine powder to bo sprinkled over tho stains and moistened with boiling water. The action of those sol vents may be hastened by gently rubbing, or still hotter by placing tho stained portion of tho fabrics in contact with metallio tin. If tlioro is much iron rust to be removed, dyer's tin salt (stannous chloride) will perf...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Wife and Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

The Wife and Mother. No class of mon are moro indebted to thoir wives for the success that comes to them, than tho farmers. Tho wifo and the mother who has the courage to go out with tho husband of her choico and commenco tho struggle of life with him in tho bush, or on a new farm, with but littlo capital except that boundless capital of head and heart, is worthy to stand by tho side of the Spartan woman unon whom nnntR l.™ exhausted thoir words of praise. Upon lior falls tho brunt of tho strife, no matter how hard the husband may toil ; his work closes with tho day, but hor's continues long aftor, and with hor children, and tho smallchoreB that many of tho beginners have to look aftor, her lot is not ono to be to be envied. And when, aftor years of struggle succcbs, with reluctant feet, comes°to crown her husband with honor, tho brightest wreath should adorn tho brow of tho noblo wifo, who was tho stay and anchor, tho comfort and tho source of all hopo in tho stormy days of trial. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Care of China. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

The Care ot China* To season china ware and glasses to sudden changes of tomporature, so that it will re main sound after exposure to suddon hoat or cold, is best done by placing tho articles in cold water, which must be gradually brought to tho boiling point, and thon allowed to cool very slowly, taking several hours to do it._ If the wares aro properly seasoned in this way thoy may be washed in boiling water without fear of fracture, except in frosty weather, when caro must' bo taken not to placo them suddenly in too hot water. All china that has any gilding upon it may on no account be rubbed with a cloth of any kind, but merely rinsed, first in hot and afterwards in cold water, and then left to dry. Wlion the plates, etc., are put away in tho china closet, pieces of paper shoiildibo placed botweon them to prevent scratches on the glaze or painting, as the bottom of all ware has littlo particles of sand adher ing to it, picked up frotn tho oven wherein it was glazed. _ The china ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. Forbidden Kisses. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Xa&tes' Column* Forbidden Kisses. '.Romoinbor,' said a physician to hia wife, aa ho was leaving homo for a fow days, 'and do not lot tho childron kiss any one. ' Is it possible, ' asked a surprised third party, who was present, ' that you con sider it necessary to givo such instructions as that J Whero is tho danger 3' ' Tho danger is so complicated and yot 80 certain that it would tnko too much timo to describe it hero.' said tho dorf™ looking at his watch. 'In my case, all kinds of peoplo como to my houso and consult mo, and thoy ofton wait hours. If ono of my childron happons to - como in thoy aro almost cortain to talk to it, and you know almost tho first impulse with' pooplo who notice childron is to kiss thom. Bah l it makes mo shudder — tainted and disoased breaths, lips blue with cancer, foul and decayed teeth. You would kill a stranger who would waylay your young lady daughter and kiss hor by force, but tho helpless six-yoar-old child, suscoptiblo as a flower to ove...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Ibealtb. Coffee and its Effects-— New York has a doctor who has busied himself lately wri ting pithy articles on somo o£ tho baptized evils o^socicty. His latest manifesto is on ' How coffee affects people ;' and tho aim of the paper is to show that coffee is ono of tho most powerful drugs in the list of medicines. Tho proof of ita power as a drug is shown by the fact that it is used to a greater extent than any other as an antidote for poisons, both animal and vegetable. He urges that he does not desire to reach the ear o£ tho public in general, but of those who have pains in the region of tho heart, oppressed breathing and an irregular pulse ; those who are exceedingly nervous and un able to sleep at night ; those who have a full feeling, dizziness and pains of a neuralgic character in tho head ; who have nausea nnd sourness of the stomach without having transgressed tho laws of life j who have pains in tho liver, a yellow skin with oyes of tho same sort ; and lastly, who havo hem...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

General News, , Monster Locomotives — Tiie Baldwin Locomotive works have just completed two of the lnrgest locomotives ever built in the world. They were constructed for pulling on the Cascade division of the Notrliern Pacific railroad where tiie grade is 300 feet to the mile. These monsters weigh over 200,000 pounds each, and have ten driving wheels each. A London special to the ' New York Star' of March 10 says : — 'Mr. Glad stone and Mr. Morely dined with her Majesty to-day. This significant honor to Mr. Gladstone, who never was lower in Court favour than since the introduc tion of the Home Rule Bill, is much commented on at' tlip political clubs. It is regarded ns proof that the Queen is convinced that Mr. Gladstone will- soon be back in power.' r''he Value of Truth. — A writer ih' one of the evening papers incidentally mentions what he pays for an advertise ni?nt in ' Truth' occupying a certain degree of space. If this gentleman's figures are oorrcct, a slight arithmetical calc...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

liAL/tnvALD - HSsriTAL.— Tiie ? Resident' Sjirgeon'a report fou March' is — Number of patients i.j ? hospital on : March' 1 woro 2 number admitted during! tho month, 10 V numbordisoharged, 6; remaining in hospital on-MarcK31, 7 '? highest number iirhospital,, 73; lowest limnbor in hospital, 2.- Number' of out patients treatedduring^Iarchiworo 0 numbon oE'viai ts 13S. Lots of PEoi'EB'Getf liilfnus, liavo lieavy' Ken(lnuhesltmouth foul, .yellow ovob, otc.,. alt tho (Ureof manlt ofimpuro blood wliiun eau Vi#' thnroiiuhly oloaiised; ronowed and on* richeel with ifr. Boll's (Kidney and Eiver)' Bilttjra- It aolu at tlio uttine tinio on tho lliduoya; livor,. ami bowolir, and has moro rwiKvirtuu iu a lioltla- tliun can bo in nnv 4tUe£i£iuedy Cot tka rwu» ulmt- ot dimsos.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

traveller. , The Hole of Death.— It is an awful j sight to see n man drown, but wrth foresight and skill no man need drown. Fancy a sea in which there is no swimming and a sea into which you may plungo unaware. A man is loping over tho green prairie, looking out from under his broad sombrero at the lazy cattlc and tho prairie dogs play ing in the sun. Suddenly there is a sound like n giant's throat swallowing a choking gasp o£ terror. Tlio prairie dogs run into their holes, nnd a moment later como out cautiously, curious ana ingnieneti. me tan reed-grass is waving where tho horso and rider were just now, Tho antelopo on the crcst of the divido yonder look around them watchfully. But there is nothing to fear — no man in sight. Ho waa going to town, that rider, with tho wages of a hard winter's work in his pocket, riding his favorite broncho, dressed in his buckskins that he had fringed in the winter evenings, ready to show the foolish girls how brave ho looked in his rtido attire. Wh...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Irrigation on the Lower Darling. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Irrigation on the Lower Dar ling: .(Sydney Mail. Reporter.-^ A lion t a mile from- tiie junction' of tflie- Murray iiiul tiie Darling, and' near tflle ffimith Australian border, stands tlio little town of Wenfcworlh. The district is essentially x pastoral' one, largo nu tates Bounding tile town on every side, and very little funning ia done, owing to tile uncertainty of rainfall. The ad' vent of Messrs.. ClniftVv Brothers to Milduri',, which is nhont 1'5 miles awav ... ....SwV XM^IUUII works will certainly benefit the district, not only from a monetury point of view, But ulso on account of the practical 'ex perience which will- lie brought to hear fii connection with the reclamation aud cultivation of the nmllee scrub land.. That irrigation will pay on the ?Dar- ling is proved' l-y the experience of se veral landowners fti this district — among whom may be mentioned Messrs (Drmond nnd Brooke Brotliors, of Tupio station, 12' miles from Wentwort^ The only spot that these gentlemen con...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

. CliATIf. BXRftf. — Died aftur a f«w fioti'ra illness' at Ilatlield, i n tho 24l(i fust. John Moyliin Barry, son of Mortlui and Daniel Barry, aged ftvo y ears. H mno papera please copy t Jlibcnrnt ?Wednesday, 2Tt« april,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Curious Case. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

A Curious Case. M. Lafonto, young, rich, and tho happy husband of a pretty wife, whom ho had married against tho wishes of hor family, returned homo alone ono evening. M. and Mmo. Lafonto wont out early in the afternoon, informing thoir servants that thoy would not bo homo to dinnor. Neither on tho next nor on any of tho following days did Madame roturn.. Soon this mysterious disappearanco was the talk of tho neighborhood, and public opinion settled down to tho conviction that Latonto natl killed Ins wito, Jroople began to look askanco at him, and one day a crowd assembled under his window and threatened mischief. The commis sairo of polico arrived, and, instead of dispersing tlio crowd subjected Lafonte to an interrogatory. ' What liavo you dono with your wife?' ho asked. Lafonte protested that ho had done no thing with her, yet ho was arrested and sent to tho cabinot of a judgo d'instruc tiou, who, being a magistrate of higher rank than tlio commissairo of polico, began with — 'An...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

LUbour Agcncy siutl Registry OHice. Begiatriilibu I' oe, 2a Od. fiu^ag'im'eht Pee, v 2d Utl. Malcolm & beaty imv0 the following oil their books; Open for Eiigiigement — Mali-led 'Couple (boUudary-rider) for Out-stetion! Station t) vereeri; . : Manager, or Partner for fetorckc^ping rjbuniuess! QP.EN for engugeinbnt— Hollsekeeper, Genbl'ill Sfirvnut'. : Wanted Married Mali iis Boundary Rider for oiit-stiition ; also a Single Llim ns Boiiudury Ruler. Wanted Hawker to go « itli hawking ? ?team; Irrigation! W-A-JSTTEU For lfaiiking . Irrigation drIins In Victoria, several TEAMS o£ ciooti Working Bullock^. Send particuhii'S to MALCOLM & BEATY, . Balriiniild. Noticed I HEREBY authorise Messrs. JlA i- colm and Bbaty to Collect all ACCOUNTS due to me; and their receipt will be a sufficient discharge; . C. J. BOYNTON'. &alranald, 18th April; 1887. Notice'; HAVING this day taken over tbe BAKERY, &c., lately so suc cessfnly carried 011 by Mr. C. J. BOYNTON. I sha...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Tub B-mking Commission appointed to take evidence-in Victoria appears to us to be one of tho liigfqest farccs iff the worlds The only evidence so far worth tnfeiiig notice of is that of Mr. O. M. Loiigniuiiv One would think that some new ideas were to be gained from the heads of Iran king institutions iu Mel bourne, but we regret to say that heads of institutions .(fur the nonce called Banking have ffliowh by their evidence the merest shallowness of the working of fiuaneial companies, if the fttd of a body, -called* ' legislative,' i8 bound to. step in and manage the all'nirs of pri vate as well as combined indivnals, we can only say *? good bye' to fair finan cial and correct management. Fancy tho Chancellor of ihe Exchequer, (say a Gladstone,) going outside his cabinet to gain advice on financial projects, with a medley house staring Iiim in tho front I- and yet this is what a curious ; government in Victoria think proper ' to devise, in taking evidence from a ' nnmlier of fossili...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher How to Read Books. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Sftetcber How to Read Itoolis. ' Concerning hobby horses thoro is no disputing.' And so of books. Every one to his tasto. In all tlio discussions pub lished in tlio newspapers about tho books to read, ono soes thia divorsity of ideas cropping out ovorywlicro. No two of tho distinguished writers who havo writton on tho subject agroo on what books or how many wo should read in a lifetime. Sir John Lubbock gives a list of ono hundred books that workingmen should read. Ono dimculty with his list is that very fow workingmen aro graduates of Cambridgo and Oxford, and nono olso could intelligently read tlio tremendous list which lie has made up. I do not pre tend to know just what books working men ordinarily read, for among thom, as among tlio educated classes, thoro is a groat divorsity of gifta, opportunities, and attainments. Out) could read Cicero or Plato oven in tho original, while another could not read or undorstand either in any languago, even in tho vernacular. Fow havo tho timo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

ii-f€ASi NEWS. t-EBATiso Socir.TY. — The great Brougham' has thus writtcrt — ' To diffuse useful infor irtation, to furtlie'r intelleetu.ff refincmeut, Buro forerunrier of fhoral improvement, is in deed it high calling.' And, however, sfflKll the community may be, it can bo safely said, that life can bo made pleasanter, and moro congenial, by placing boforo its residents, moans, whereby, long winter oVcniirgs can bo rtitably and profitably passed. Aud ws aro uusrciuiu |(iuu iu uuino niu ary Sociat and Debating Society' has been resuscitated ; anil jtulging trom tne capital attendance at the first meeting, held on Fri day, we can look with hopeful sympathy to a successful winter cotlrso of .Rebates, aiid we trust to liavo the privilege of listening to a variety i-'i essays delivered by individual members of the Society, And ' as tho great end of human society is tc become wiso aud better,' Societies that tend to such improve' ment deserves warm enconragcment. Every visit we pay to t|...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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