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Menindie. January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 January 1887

1 Menindie. OWN- CbRftESPOStSfiStV Juniiui-y 3. The: New- Year liair coin mertbed by being; very hot and- (irv,. and1 another' full af i-aiti now would' lie- very aecept able. ? i£ll the ex'citeinentrof tli« lioli^ -dtrys is over and the town lias- resumed1 its dull inonotohomr 'xisience. The' sports held' on Boxing-Day were fairly successful,- though there wwe not many' vifli tors- 011 tlio ground.- The Bf.itldio«p' was won by Goldiich, Eelly the scratch miui'- taking;, second liouors,. White* appropriated the Hurdle race and Flat iiiiui' won tlm high jump; and the hop, step- nnd' jump, also llie' obstacle race. Tlie tilting in tile ritig rPRnlted ill a tie' bftween Watson- and1 Qoldsworthy. Several other minor events made up- . tho programme which was finished by half' past five o'clock in the evening, a goodly number' attended at tha- Me- chanics Institute, to hear the concert which lmd been got up by several' amateurs, and which- was a great biic» cess, Mrs,- Torolinsoiv opened-...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 January 1887

BV/an Hill. (fitoit otjit own CoBrtEsfoiifaSS'f.) Januaiv 10i A gfeat deal of coiiKleruiiiioii aud h)gmt was eJtperipiiced on Sunday tnoruitig, when it brbntne known that Mr; Graves, who «vas stltd and head grOotti at Murray t)uwns Htatiuiij fur a great, humlier ot.yeniH, ? bin who left there soinU three . Iiitiliihs siufce .'.linn, difed frutll ii glili sjiot wiTtindi ? He linil for the past few; weeks -been woikiu^ tlpon Mr. Lee's sbli'diiuiij ttnil on Satur day flight liite n londed ^iiu wliicli hud been lent by Mr. Lee to n friend, was to»R handed to liiui to . return to RIi; Lee in the morning Greaves Rhared a lilitj or t'ootiii with two oHiersi siid upon their jti'isiiig on Sunday morning frothing strange Was noticed iu: his inaUiierj theothors left the hut to per form Rome usual duties, and shortly ?fter n muffled gull report wuh heanlj and Mr. Greaves was notioed ou, the ground iiear (he door, otie side of iiis face and head completely blown «-v»y and on to the ceiling of if...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Muggs and the Farmer. A TALK ABOUT HENS LEADS TO A COOLNESS BETWEEN THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 January 1887

^Ibrnmor. ' uinggs and tlio farmer. ?A' TALIC' ABOUT IIF.NS LEADS TO A COOLNESS BETWEEN -THEM. A Rochester man named Muggs-ha8 been :outin the town oE Wheatland visiting somo . friends who live ou 11 farm. Mr,' Muggs ia , not only a man of moro than average intel- r . : - ligencc, but lie is a'so of an inquiring niind; . nnd while ho was visiting on the farm ho ? . lnanagcd.to pickup a gteat dcai ot.yaluablo. . information by asking questions1 about . ' thiug.'.- The first day he was there ho, went . . ? v, around with the fanner to look at the stock, ~ One of tho first things that uxcitoi: his ? , curiosity was a hen that was on » nest under.. :?? tlieend of a lumper pile. 'This mURt bu n lien.' Baid Alueea confi dently. - , ! ; ' It i3,' said tho farmer. She seems to-bo taking life prottyeasy,' ? - ventured Muggs. -j 'Quite sho contrary,' Bnid . tho'famsr; ? ; : ' she is busy.' '??Laying an ogg, probably,' -suggested ? . Muggs. ?? ??'.'.Probably not,' said tlio farmer; ' she ia' s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Terrible Story of Austrian Ferocity. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 January 1887

ferrifclo Story , 6f Austrian I .FefowtyV ! . fifungarian papers announce the death' of old' Fioncz Reuyi,- a hero of one of the most terrible' upisodes of the i Hungarian' War of Intii'fteiideiice in 184?.- S'or tliirty-sfx years Renyi hus liflen' n lunatic in a Bluln Pestli asylum, end' the history of his sufferings is ru dorded' after liiff ileiitli1 liy the' Petit Ptu'isien.' French was « voting Suhool jhaster of twenty seven yeai's at th6' be ginning of the war, proud/ handsome, and full of buoyant life. His pilpils adored him, and he was always welcome among tho villagers,- whether lite 6'anVe ?with lii'S viuliVi fa' pl'iiy io' dances tir whether liis voice was heai'd among patriots chanting tho pt'itiso of their ifouutry: He lived with liis mother and sistor, anil was engaged to a blight Bfungarian girl, when the Government, . sftei' proclaiming the indt'pL'iulence of tlie coiintry, called' all good patriot's to arms. lYencz left his school and en ? listed in the ranks. O'ne ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 12 January 1887

Lubour Agency ««-! ICegistry Itegiatimio'.i Fee, 2a fid. Engagement t'ee, 2i 6d. Malcolm & beatY have the following on their books* Open for Engagement — Married Couple (boundary-rider) For Out-stntioiu Station Overseer. Mutisger or Purtner for Storekeepihg business. QPEN for engageniaiit— Housok'eeper, General Servant. Cook and Lituntli-eKS for rtnltntly hate! f good wages ; . wanted immediately. A Carpenter for Station j wages for guttd man, 30« *?' week. :- Three Married Cunples for Stations^ WuuteUv a Good Whecdwright for i, getiera! Nvork) Wanted A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply with l'etereuceSj to Mrs. Binimonds) the Brewery. Lost NEAR Halfied on or about the l§ih December last, a DAv BOOK, with a number ef entries in it. Finder will be rewarded ou returning same to '? R. tOLLITT. ? Notice. A GENERAL MEETING of the il. SHAliKHOLDEUS of the Masonic Hull Company wili be held ih the ilasoiue Hall ou Thubsda.7, 20th inst., at 3 p.m. W. O. CLOSE, . ? - ? Secretary* . NOTICE. ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

' SSdcnce. . Some Cures for Soa-Sickness.— A very good remedy lor sea-sickness is ehlmr.I, l-ui whether it acts by simply benumbing* tlx nerves of the stomach, or by reducing tlie susceptibility of tho whole nervous system, wo do not know. , At all cvenls. a passenger may take thirty grains of chloral nt Dover, fall into a drowsy, half conscious state, and find himself at Calais free from sickness. Sometimes ono or two drops of pure chloro form taken in a wine-glass of water will prove efllcacious. Hypodermic injections of morphia aro occasionally resorted to, but their uso is not justifiable until other [ remedies have been tried and failed. The substance known as petroleum, mineral naphtha or rook oil, enjoys a high reputation in the treatment of sea-sickness. It should be taken on i;oing on hoard, a drop or two on a small piece of sugar, and repeated every two or three hours. A pill containing three drops of creosote is another good remedy. Ipecacuanha wine, iu drop doses, which ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketober. Some Scottish Epitaphs. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

? iftctiber.' ? vtJoino Scottish Epitaphs*. . Tho Scotch peoplo do not seem to ho so much given to writing rhyming epi taphs over thoir doad as tho English ; but chis muuli can bo said for thorn, that when thoy do write them thoy aro genorally good ones. Appended aro a fow collected from different church yards throughout Scotland. About fifteen yoars ago a strolling musi cian of ' distincuo ' anDenranco. of tho hamo of Aborcromby, or 'Crummy,' as ho was usually called, was well-known throughout Scotland. Ho supported himself and his partner by his penny whistle, with which lie had 110 difficulty in charming tho musical of any village. Ho was buried iu tho churchyard of Crudcn (Aberdeenshire). Ho composed his own epitaph, as follows : Here Crummy lies, enclosed in wood, Full six foet ono and better ; ' W,licn tyrant Death grim o'er him stood Ho faced him like a hatter. Now lies him low without a boot, Free from a world of bustle, And silent now is Crummy's (Into And awful dry his whu...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Trials of Grasses and Manures. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Trials of Grasses swul Manures. A series of very useful experiments on tho growth of grasses has been carried? out at Iudmore, nenr Heading, 011 tho farm of- Mr; , Martin J. Sutton, author of ' Permanent and -Temporary Pastures,' whoso name ;? will be recognised by members of tho Royal Agricultural Socicty of England as li momber of tho Seeds Committee and of tlio'. Council of that Bocicty. I may mention . in connection with theso experiments and tho enormous losses which result from the sdwin' of improper mixtures of grass Boeds that I rocontly examined somo pastures which. wero laid down four or fivo years ago, whoso herbago still consists almost entirely of a single grass of very inferior character, while cocksfoot, foxtail, and productive fescues grow in tho adjacent hedges and ou waste places, ofi'oring Nature's own protost against bad manage ment. It seems that tho local seodsman from whom tho ' mixturo' came, is partial to a ono-gras3 mixturo, and my friond, partly for his' s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Farmer. Poultry on a Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

ftbe Jnnnci\ Poultry on a Fann^ i : Wo have quite as often advocated tlio extended uso ot poultry on tho farnv as wo havo suggested tlio perfect impractica bility of poultry farina. On a giyeii acre-, ngo it is quito possible to kepp?a given number of flocks of poultry, whether fob fancy purposes or for egg or meat produc tion, and to keep thorn profitably. Tho latest attompt in a practical form, . which . wo havo seen in work, is that of ths Ayles bury Dairv Company at their farm, near Horsham, 'in Susaox. This farm comprises about 1,400 acres, and was originally di vided into ton farms, each with. its homo stead and cottngcs. If, thorefqro, it was possiblo to keep a flock of birds upon each homestead, it is clear that at loast ton flocks could bo kept upon this farm. This, howovor, would not at all moot .tho viows of tlio director, who has built a number of houses which havo boon placed on cach farm in suitable spots. Wo havo been over, tlio estato, and theso houses are ovorj'wher...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Australian Tales and Adventures. No. 14. An Episode of New Zealand Life. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Australian Tales and Adventures. tfo. 14. : ; An Episode of New Zealand Life. By A. 0. DONNELLY. I hava always possessed a peculiar tasto for wandering in old grave yards and search ing for quaint and curious opitaphB, thoso brief words which tell bo little, and, yet, so muoh. Concerning thoso to whom the dead havo long ' bid welcome and me farewell.' A few years ago when on a holiday tour in the north island of New Zealand, I found my self, at tho close of a summer day, at tho entrance of an old cemetery some few miles distant irom the city of Auckland. Tho litUo gravu-yttru jiuu uviuenny nu& ueen usea as a burying place for many years. There wero no freshly built monuments within tha en closure. The fence, in many places had yielded to tho weakness of old age and had fallen to the earth. The suns and rains of succeeding years had almost completely washed and bleached the names from off the front of tho few stones that still stood erect. The wind with that sighing sound whi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Chapter of Horrors. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

A Chapter of Horrors. Tlio l'VeiiclV papers just received stys the '? Argus' (rem with icptu-ts of mur dnrs, suicidos, srid atrocious oritnes jten erally some of them ]iei;ualmted tinder puciilinrlf painful or rsvoltiiig circum stances, At Pt'rij»ueux, on the I9tli of ? JJovemlier, M. Bracliet, the proprietor -)f one- of tlio most fashionablo lpstmir Hiits in tlint city, having been excited J'y the receipt of unonynions letters to suspect the 'honrinr of his wife, repaired ut uu early lionr in the morning to her father's house, in which she hud taken *ofugo .fiom her husfniiid's violence, and Stubbed her to the heart while she slept, fier dbsth- was instantaneous. Then he dscharged a revolvei at his. own head, and fell lifeless to the floor, - On the same day the Court of Assizes wl Cantal was occupied with the trial of a- boy named Henri Handelionrg, 12 Jt-ars of ugiy who, in a lit of passion, - tt nocfeod down a child of live, iho grand Sun of his employer, a farmer, and bat rered...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Fram Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Pram Produce Report. MeBBi'3. M'Gbatit, Soft and Cot, repnrt I ((January Ixt) Cheese':: prime loaf to 5Jd | per Hi., medium to 4'Jvl, large size 5d to (Id, | medium 4d to 5il ? Fresh butter r prime ! daring 1 Oil to Is,, ordinary lots 6d to Oil, I lumps Cd to 9dr casks to 8d, pntted, Rood 6U ! . I to 7d, medium .to -til ; eg^s 1 Id to ll^d pep dozl.;- Hnnm :? prime factory cured to !M pur Jb, farm to 8r! Bacilli factory to Hid, fium.to.8d.; carcase park 3£il to 5.1, liu-il^to; 7.d, honey :: bush. to 34.I,. prime- garden to 4-l beexwaxto Oil,. fowl!) 3s to -6s' ©I per pair, . ducks. to 4'*, geese 4s Gd to 5s, turkeys 64 to ? . 1.7s tid. iMiiiiea fowl' to ; I On, pea fowl 1 a to I ? 30a„ pigeons to 2s 9d, rabbits and hares to Is, | . wiiuai. pniue 4rf to 4S lid;, oats seed Tar-* 1 tariaii to 2s 10Jd, stout, feed to 35), tnediuin- | up to 2s Ud, barley : priino Chevalier to 3b.-i Gd, /.medium maltiiij.' to. 3*i, feeil to 2s 7d ; I peas.t-i 3s 6d, ihaizu tu 3s O^d,. beans 4s to 5s, I ry...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. "ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY. (All Right Reserved.) CHAPTER XVII.—(CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

IRoveUet. ' A L lii! A.' An Oeiginal .Austbaman Stoby, ?v BY HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., M.P. or NEW SOUTH 'WALES. (.All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XVII.— (Continued. ' Ten minutes later, Dart returned with the desired information. There was a letter at ? the Post Office, for Miss Tredegar, and two for Professor Stephen Tredegar ; but, as Bertie had anticipated, the clerk refused to hand them over without written authority. That evening a solemn council of war was held in Sir Charles North's room, at which Burrows, the ex-detective, and Seth Parkins were present by special invitation. CHAPTEB XVIII. OH THE BANKS OF THE YARRA TARRA. - For too long a time we have been compelled to neglect, by far the most interesting per sonage of our Btory. Our little heroine, Alma, disappeared from view many chapters * ago, and wo are certain the reader must be anxious for news of her. The voyage undertaken so suddenly, was yet not unpleasant to the little maid ; for was . she not bound to Australia, the h...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Remember This. . If your sick Hop Bittors will surely aid Nature in making you well when all else (nils If you ate costive or dyspoplic. or are suf fering from any other of the numerous dis eases of tho stomach or towels, it i» your own fault if you remain ill, for Hop Bitters is a sovereign remedy in all snob eon; plaints'. - If yon are Nervous use of Hop Hitters. If yon hove rough, pimply, or sallow akiu, had breath, pains and ache?, and fool miser able generally, Hop Bitters will give you fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest breath, aud Health. ' * That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sis ter, mother or duughter, can bo made the picture of health, by American Co's Hop Bitters, costing but a triilo. Will you lot them sulfur? . Iu short thoy cure nil -Diseases of the stomach, Bowels. Blood, Liver, Nervoa, Kid neys, liright's Disuase. £500 will bo paid for a ease thoy wi.!l not cure or help. Drug gists and Chemists keep. Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If when yon call for American Hop Bi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. January 14. Before Messrs. E.E. Bowling, P.M., and Alexander Lawrence J.P. SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Balranald Police Court.. ? -Hi- Janctare' 14'. i ? .i Before Mcshi'm. E. E. linwlinv'i P.H;, ' hii'.I A'exnndci' Luwi'mioe, ,.j.P,)) SMALL DEliifJ OOBl'i{T. .Mlihy.. WiiMghiiii v.. Bridget, GulliiiH. ? Plaiiniir depnsfidi tlmt defHiidinic whh 1 ? owing' h'eiv in nil the kiku of nf wliioli . HDMUilt, 117's 6(1 w«i- ohnryed. ltliikiii-r 1 up» a ilifgH,. nn tlin I'sjunue £&? %. 6il 1 ' WHH IlH)ll«V .lHllt. Nil H)»|(eillailCB- of | ? ? ilpfendiinl. Vcnliot fur: nliiiii&iff with' 1 oiisiSi iu 11 Icing i-n' aJJ. the I mi mn if £7 C^. : ' I LICENSING' OOD'R,T: r TlifrliHproli^'h (S'rj;«iiiit.'lp.)wliiij»8))i ' rejiort on the liotf In in t/lia diatrict wau BHimfitci'iry. . ... ^ JoliiiiQ. Mpnon appliedl fore it OdIji I nial VVrne.LiceuHe.wljiioli .whs granted. j Messrs. Malcolm mid Bcaty beg to an Jiou.iice that they have .rocoivecf instructions ? ? fa'oiir Mr. A: A. Williams, who is leaving tho distriet, to soli by public auction on tho 4th 'of'Kobnimy next, all hishousehol...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Poetry. Mariar. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

- - ffi-oetn-. Mariar. On .a fonca by my dwelling a little tomcat Sang ' Mariar, Mariar, MARiAn,' And I said to him, ' Thomas H.. why do von that, Singing ' Kiar, Mariar, Mariar ' ? : Is it just felino nature, Thomaa?' 1 oried, . i 'Or aro you all hungry and vacontinBido?' With a switch of his body the Thomas re plied, I | juariar, Mariar, mariar. He howled and he whined in a desolate way, ' Mariar, Mariar, Maiiuii,' And all he appeared to be able to say Was ' Rior, Mariar, Mariar,' He howled and ho wailed this singular ory, . With a sob in his throat and a tear in his ' eye; And I started to see if a bootjaelc was nigh, ' Mariar, Mariar, Maiiiaii,' And.that was the last time tho Thomas cat cried, ' Mariar, Mariar, Mariar' : Foi he dropped from tho fence to the ground where he died, Singing, ' Biar, Mariar, Mamar' ; I pioked up a bootjaiok of seven pounds weight, - ^ I aimed at his head and I threw very ~ ' straight, And all that ho eoid, though it's strange to relate, - Was '' Biar...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Notice. DR. ANDERSON requests that l(in cpuseqneiii-e c.f his leaving, thu' district), all AMOUNTS' due to ?iiiui may bo.PA.IU- liy lliu 31st of January. ' -NOTICE) ; rpHlS nnderHi^ned beg to notify thilt 1 our plucu of' 'Business wiil CLOSE mid keep the' usual FRIDAY H.ilf-Holidii)r- buginniiig un thb 14Vh iiist% CRAMSlE,,BO\yt)ES& COv A'otice» DROVERS #.-e hereby informed tliat. TRAYEtLING STOCK NOTIOKS under Sectioh 17, of Dis» easeB iu Slock Act A mend intent) will i-OT be received thronyh Post--. JAMES LAWRENCE k SOKTS, Poou Boon. Fire Insuraiiceb HAY STACKS insured for those ot Six tiioulhs, at very . lenaouabta terms. MALCOLM ANt) BEATV-,, 1*.' Agents; National Inslirance Co-. Auction Sale. Household Furniture and * fleets. FRIDAY, 4th FEBRUARY, At 2.30 p.ui, MALCOLM & BEATY have fe ceived inst met ions from A.. A; Williams, who is laating the dimrict, to sell by public auction on Friday-, the 4,1, ' -february, ttt lesidi'iiCn in Murket-streBti ntJct to ft. Hi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

the Residents of Swain Mil 'trad 'lMs-tVict. A''S 'if /is 'our intention to make 'the1 . h'lV'iinu 'Recorder freely circulate 'throughout Swan 'Hill aud 'District, wo are milking arrangements to have all 'tlie local information about your 'liiatrict fully re corded in bur culiuiiiiii, and hope by tliesu 'means to establish a connection aijioiig you. , 'Having at present a 'good circulation throughout 'Rivorina, which we'hope '^o in 'creaso largely on the Victorian aide of the Murray. The 'Jiecordtr wjll therefore bo a ; good medium for Advertising, anil thts 'Rates 'being Exceptionally Lou', should be a great t 'inducement to advertisers. We therefore hope to receive from you a liberal share of 'support. ? ? . . ? Subscripiiouper quarter, (is. in advance, 7s. on credit. , JOB PRINTING 'in all ila branches at the inost. Reasonable Rates. MALCOLM akd.BIeaTY, ,, Ba'lkanald jlXI- SsYfAK ttlLL. Wrn, Bfrcfearitl, Agent 'for Melbourne daily and ?Weekly Papers, also ' Rive'riria Ro 'corder'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

The gient falling off that is made so regretful!/ apparent by the unnmtl gold retorns just jiuiiliHlifnl br the Victorian DepHrlmentvof JMines, does not at first sight aetrfi cheering, hut when closely looked into, a great many causes are accountable for this depression, and there can be 110 doubt whatever in the minds of those who are fairly well acquainted with the resources of Vic toria as ft gold producing country, that one of the worst possible evils that h»s tended in no small degree to this fall ing off in returns is due in a great measure to the simply fictitious pro-,1 uiotera' glowing report*, 80 frequently In'.wked about from Queen street to.' Elizabeth street Melbourne, for thei purposo of catching the timid eyes of th^ rery unwary, and easily-led believers in', the vast wealth that lies hidden under the fhittaring language and artintically painted diagrams ot speculittire pro moters. But the call period arrives and continues w«ukly, fortnightly, or menthly as the ease m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 19 January 1887

Swart Hill Hotel PATRICK G-LENNY, Proprietor.' BEGS to inforui the publiu that he' hub til's t-cUaa accociiiibdatiou for viin'tors. Loose Boxes ana Good Stabling. Best Eraiidfl uf Wines, Beers,' and' S|Uiita.' Good Billiard Table!. Splendid Mnsic Hall, 58 x 27|'atiit-' ubld for, Vvuw'tiiic Perfunuuiicea, Cuu c'nrts and Dit'ucna. B,H.PARRANT,' Haiirdi-essef', ' Tobacconist, ' and k Fancy Goods, Newspaper Agent. ijiksiT FdK' 'A^,n 'Lsiader,'' £3? ' Aiistrulasiun,' ' Ai'gus,' ' Sket-, . che^,' 'SportsUiaii,' ' Family Herald,' 'Australian Journal,' 'Once a. Week,' ' Pui'ifih,' ' Eeraug' Times,', ' Illustrated. . Australian News,',- ' Syilhev. Bulletin,' 'Sydney Mail,' ' ' Echo,' ' Herald,' and ' Ri vkhijfA ' Eecobdee!' Giaemist' arid' I&uggist,' KERAKG:' Coders by Post 'promptly Attended to'.'' rJentififty'm all ita'B^aabhes. ' Gk' Rv & CARRIERS AND' FORWARDING'' AGENTS,' BOO&T.' -^: - Ageiiti','aV'BiX)'ft for1 the! 'Iva'tionii'' Mutual 'Life' AssociationV*

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