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Give Me Kisses. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 27 April 1887

Give Mc Kisses. Give me kisses 1 do not stay Courting in that careful way ; All the coin your lips shall print Never can exhaust the mint. Kiss me thon ; Every moment, and again 1 Give me kisses 1 nay, 'tis true, I am quite as rich as you ; And, for every kiss I owe, I can pay you back you know. Kiss me, then : . Every moment, and again 1 —Victor Jfttpo. On the Instalment Plan-— A down East clergyman has hit upon a doubtful improve ment which he calls ' marrying upon instal ment plan.' An impecunious young man got credit for the wedding fee, and actually paid five shillings a week for five weeks until tho debt wns cancelled. Five weeks is a long time for n man to burden his conscience with i an obligation of that character. If the fee had been larger or the ratio o£ payments smaller, tho parson would have had occasion to regret his experiment. Of courso there is a temptation for clergymen to extend their matrimonial connection by all means, but ready cash is still the safo rulo for ...

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

Balranald Municipal Ooiihcil; ^lie iVsual fortnightly irieeting of the above, Council was held in the' Cou'riiil Chambers,' May all-street,, onf Monday, nigh't. Present — Aid. Close; mayor, Bbyntoriy Cram,- G'rinhum', anrf Barlow; The minutes 6f the' previous meitin'gf were read and confirmed. Accourts amountinc to' £4'3 9a 8'rf were passed for payment. , Th^' bank book was tabled shewing a* d'redit balance of ^92 14s Id. The ojitwajrd and- inward cor^espond &(5e was gone through aridconsidered. Outwurd — Mr.' Allan Lakemari M.L.A., forwarding thanks of Council'; Messrs'. L'akeman and Wilkinson,' M/sL.Av, thanks for action iu lHatter' of £100 for public park.' Suiuc — ^ — Itv» old ooui'L hntl.QPJ ? ? ? ? ? y Colonial' Secretary— IForwardingvaiii'-.. £,?? 6nd6d by-laws in relation, to- sanitm'y a'rraiVgeni'ents.' , _ f Inward Correspondence — Ministeif for Justice,' as to establishment of Court' of ^Quarter Sessioiis, and informing1 Council' that such Coiirt was ? to Go' esta...

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

flIMkellancousV : ? ? - ? Brown Eycr Just tho old, old story, Of light nnd shade : ' . Lovo like tho violet tendor, ' , Like it, may be to vary — :?. - May be to fade. ?; v/:; i' Just tho old tender Btory, . v i. Just a glimpse of morning glory, v- ' :: In an earthly paradise, / With shadowy reflections ; ' » pair vi sweet orown eyes. Brown eyes a man might well . Bo proud to win I . Open to hold his image, Shut under silken lashes, Only to shut him in. Oh, glad eyes look together, For life's dark stormy weather ? Grows to a fairer thing, When young eyes look upon it Through a tiny wedding ring. They stood nbove the world, In a world apart, And she drooped her happy eyes And stilled the throbbing pulses Of her happy heart. And the moonlight fell abovo her, L Her secret to discover; And tho moonbeams kissed her hair, . As though no human lover Had laid his kisses there. ' Look up, brown eyes,' he said, ' And answer mine ; Lift np those silken fringes That hide a happy light AlmoBt di...

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

Lecture; JOHN BtTNYANV (5n Friday evening, 15tli inst, the Jlev. AlexHardie gri'vo a lecture on die 'Life of John Bunyan, in thd Gospel Hall. There wus' a' fail'' attendance, fii' hiindliiig, tiie subject the ledtul'ei' rd: ferred to/ tha' times ih' which tho greatest master of allegory that ever liiis existed lived, -162i3'to 1688;- I'his as readers know.- embraces tliB rfiost revoluticihary and' stiring period' in English history.; There pass before the mind withiri this'poriod, the oppressive reigti of Charles !?; the Characters of Eauil and Strafford ;? tlio Star Chamber and the king's tyrannibal men, -the noble defence of liberty in the Houbo of Comrabns;: the v/iir betweeii1 tho Ring and Parlirtinsnt ;; the King's defeat and death lipon the scaffold ; tlio glorioiis Protectorate of Cromwell ;? a freedom and prosperity united. bucIi as England had never known ; thfcn came tho dis soluto, tyrannical reign of Charles II., 0110 of tho most promising, lying, un : principled^- worth...

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

Literary; Sdcial and Debating Sooiet^: A.nieetiiig for the re-e3tiliilifihmeht of ihe nl.ove society iVas held at Barlow's Royal Hotel on Friday, even ihfj, when a inoxt. satisfactory i\[.,tend ijpee iisseiul led: The Rev. T. ? T. Hai'vey was voted to the chair; ? Alter soiiie discussion as to the ad visability of foniiiug a society alto beiher indHimiide.nl of tiie old hue: il. was decided that. the re-estalilishnieiii t-r rather revival of tiie society on the lines of the old one be tiphbld j this was agreed lb. r x, Tiie Rev; H. I. Richards wBs pro Jiosed iis lion, secretary; Imt the rev; gentleman declined, on th8- grounds thilt the time fit his disposal would not hllow him to devote , that interest , and Attention in furthering die aims of. the feociely ttat he would wish to do. But hlthongh declining. the proposed lionor, Mr. Richuids said that the aims unci i bhjects of the Society woiild always re feeive from hint 'lie same warm interest ? for its ailvUncenieht in the future...

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

^ ^ Ibumor. They Had Travelled.— Yho following qpny.ereatloii took place between Miss Pom [pon and young Mr. Eyeglass at nu evening [party recently. ^ [ .' Ah, good-evening, Miss Pompon, ' said he. ' Ob, Mr, Eyeglass, how d'ye do i i did not know you had returned.' ' Ya'as. we got in last week.' , . 'How long were you over?' . . / - r' ? . ' Only sii vreeks.' 'We were away three months.' 'Ya'as. Went everywhere, I suppose?1' 'Oh, yes ; I fancy so.' \- -j won. iu ran cities; snipped mc small ? . t i places, y'know.' v] 'Wasn't Paris lovely?' ' Not bad at all.' I l 'I liked Switzerland, too.' ' I did not like Switzerland aa well as I liked Paris.' : . ' But they are eo different.' ' Ya'as ; they nre different.' . 'Did you go up the. Rigi 1' 'Oh, yaos.' . ' : ; ' Wasn't it splendid , 'Too oold.' ' Yes, it was cold.' 'Italy, was rather nice.' 'Ob, lovely !' . - ' Wero you at Naples ?' '? ?' '.' Yes ; wo bought the loveliest bits of rose coral thero.' 'So did I. 1 got a head for my stick...

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

Pastures arid Stock £r3tefr- tion Boards ( . 3^. nieoting^ot the alioyp 1} nil id was l1.'1'1], then' olhces, Mai ket-streetj ou Monday'tiioriiing lltli inst; Present —Messis. Oairiey, iix.th'e clmir', Cu'rii ...ingri »ml ^eiii*. _ Mr. A. tjawripiibe ?VJ }!e' .t.reasiii'er for the ehsiiing 12 Hionths: Sir. J; Craiii being also re-elected secreturv for tli'e same term'. Pml.'norwl l,„ *h;. M..:... L.U.I 'd'ed by Mr. Ciiiiiiiiingj liijit, the present rabbit ih-ipectors be apjiotiit'ed as roi ceii'et'3 of scalps foi' tlib eilSiiiiig 12 nii'iitiis.— Carrip.r\i ; Proposed by.' Ml'1- fc^hrrimiiigj niiil k^c ondeti bji Mr.- Meiu, that tho iiieeting do ? now adjeurn - until 6 p:m. in tbe nv^ning;=-Carried.- '' , -:.0h ? leshnunS after Udjoiirnnient ,in nccol-Sl with. Mr. Mein's- motion, tile fdllnwihg biisitiess was transactedi Tile, biliilt book was tiibled. showing a credit tikliincfr of £107 IHs 5d; -Accounts umoiiiiting to £51 li?s 6d were passed for payment; A circular from the Sydney ...

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

Balranald Hospital; Tim usual|y monthly ??Abiini'iftteu Reeling of .lire libove -ilistilulion was held at M'Mlaljon's 'liotej on Fridav, JStli inst, Present — Messrs; Bjiynton,' president,'. : ii) the' j, chair, feiueroii, M' Mali on,' ^niit h, .. Lobsey,' Close,' and Wight nian.' Dr. - LawSbn ? Wati. also present. ? , The liiiimtes of ' the prdviou's meet'-' fng. werp. read ond confirmed; .. , , Tli6 Tisitiiig Committee and Medical Officers reports - weio ' received aiid Adopted/ , The inwiird and oiit\Vard corr^spbUd &ice ^Vua /eud tind ponsi.diicd. ifiopbsfd hy. Mr. AVightrimri, ind iSecniided by Mr; Siniili, that; the ac doiints ariioi'uiting to £63 be passed foi' pay Ai6n,t.— Carried. Tlio feii ilk book \Vas tabled,- showing i credi't. biilanoe of £289 l'8s 6d. The f (illuming' g^ntlfiinen were np j\oint(^d to. act on the Visiting Com mitter! Messrs.- Boynton, Wightman, rind Cariierort'^ Proprt.fed by Sir. iobsdy and sec 6nded by Mr; Wightman, that the visiting days bo ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Bill Nye's Budget. BILL DECLINES THE BULGARIAN THORNS. SLIPPERY ELMHURST, Hudson, Wis., Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

Bill Nyc's Budget. DZLIi DECLINES TIIE BULOABIAN THIIONB. Slippert Elmhurst, Hudson, Wis., Nov. 25. To the Allied Powers, care Lord Sails inry.— Gentlemen : Your favor of recent date regarding my acceptance of the Bul garian throne, which is now vacant and for rent, in which note you tender me the use o£ 6aid throne for one year, with the privi letre of three, is at hnnd. You nlso state that the allied powers are not favorable to Prince Nicholas and that you would all prefer si __ dark horse. Lookintr over the entire list of obscure men, it would seem you have been unable to fix upon a man who has made a better showing in this line than 1 have. While I thank you all for this kind offer of a throne that has, ns yon state, beei. newly fitted and refurnished throughout,.! must decline it for reasons which I will try to give in my rough, unpolished way. In the first place I read in the dispatches to-day that Russia is mobilizing her trooi s, and I do not wnnt anything to do with a count...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
humor. Pegging Away. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

tbiimor. Pegging Away. Oh, well I remember the clssslctlng faces That in wonderment, peored through. ,tho Bhoomaker's door, *' I' v Whon to sound of his wiiidtlo nml tap of hishimmer, ' r Ho often regaled ns with bite ofhls loro, As often ho'd say, with a nod that was know Ing, And a smile that was bright as the sweet summer day : ' I toll you wbat, lads, thorc's nothing worth , . having ' ' But what you must get It by pegging { away. . . , ' Tou may run the swift race, nnd be counted the victor, j And yet you but get thoro a stop at ft . time ; And up tho steep ladder where fame keeps her laurelB, If you want to get ono you iniiBt cortainly i climb. -The world It is only a broad piece of leather ; Wo must shape it ourselves to our last as we may, And wo only can do It, my lads, as I toll yon, By pressing and moulding and pegging away.' Oh, the years have been long, and tho shoe . maker's vanished ; Adown tho dark road we must journoy alone; But often I think of the wisdom bid under...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. A King of Long Age. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

ftTMscdlancoite. '' A King of Lous Ago. A king lived long ago, In tho morning of the world, When earth wa3 nighor heaven than' now { And tho king's Jocks curled, Disporting o'er a forehead full As tho milk-white spneo 'twist horn nnd horn Of somo sacrificial bull Only calm as n babe new-born j For ho was got to a sleepy mood, So safe from all decrepitude, ? Age with his bano, so sure cone br— Tho gods so lovod him whilo he dreamed, That having lived thus long, thero toemed No need the king should evor die. Among the rocks his city was j Before his palaco, in tho sun, He sat to see his people pass, And judge them every ono Prom its threshold ol smooth stone. They baled him many a valley-thief, Caught at tho sheep-pens, robber-chief Swarthy and shameless, beggar-cheat, Spy-prowler, or rough pirate found On tho sea-sand loft nground ; And sometimes clung about his feet, With bleeding lip and burning chock, A woman, bitterest wrong to speak Of one with sullen, thick-set brows j And some...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Men Like Her. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

TFhc Men Like Her. Who does not rejoico in tho modern old maid? Sho is round and jolly, two dimples in hor chcoks, and has a laugh ns niusicsil na a bobolink's song. Sho wears nicely fitted dresses, and bocoining Iittlo ornaments about hor throat, and captivat ing knots ,'iid bows. Sho goes to concerts, parties, suppers, lectures and matinees, and sho doesn't go alono. Sho carries a dainty parasol, and wears killing bonnets, and has livo poets and philosophors in hor train. In fact, tlio tuodori: old maid is ns good as tho modern young maid ; she has sonso and conversation as well as dimples and curves, and sho has a bank book and dividonds. Ami tho men liko her—and why not '( In the midst of a stormy discussion, n gent'cinan ivue to selt'c ( lie mutter iss dis pute. Wnviiur his linn-ls imjcsitic.illy. hs uc^an : — '(lunllcinen, all I want is nnnm'n sense.' ' Exactly.' iiit-'mi|iti'(l 'lie of tlscin, i' thai U pruclsuly what you do, wnut.'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Cloumn. Woman or Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

-tables' Cloumn^- Woman or Ln-iy. Not lonp; sinco I was in a dressmaker's establishment, (writes n sensiblo con tribntor,)and in tho conversation with tho proprietor, sho spoko of a difficulty slio had recently with her 'forolady.' Tho torin sounded so utterly incongruous; tho outcomo of such a sonsoloss, Billy pride, that I could hardly liston quietly. Yet a word of romonstranco would have been mot, I doubt not, by tho indignant asser tion that tho girl ' had ns much right to bo called a lady as if sho did not work far a living.' And so sho had. Her indi vidual personality had nothing to do with tho matter. Her employor spoko of her in hor business capacity only, and not at all in roferonco to hor qualities of manner, mind, or heart. It is this silly nffoctation that renders women often ridiculous in tho eyes of men. To them it seems an inherent weakness. Who over hoard of a foreman in a shop or factory boing offended becauso ho was not called a foregontleman, and yet thoro is as m...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

©NJ the 21-at dny ofi Jiuin nuxt, the 1 Jubilee or fiftieth your o£ Queen 'Vic- toiiu'A leign will liu culehintcd througfi out the TXnitpd Kingdum, und hIho ft great mmiy of itu depoudtiiioieH. E icli oeiitio-propuai'H to- liuld-utioti celttluation in itB own ppoulinr niunnui. Some of these peauliitmios take Uie foi in of the » showman, oidsrr otheis of toiulying adulation,. wliiJo u iimnbar nppear to fluve beor-- furumd HoiiM'whiit on thu piincipW recugiiimjil uinong tlio innmtes of Asyluma— h«y luiiiiiic. Dm ing (lit) past tlneu orfunr mouthy, one of thu * leading fllclliouiDH dnilies Ima lieen ii. aet.ti.ug la ila culumua-t'of the benelit ut its ' rmider«, , s'vonil bnn'drml Sjigges t ions rcpeivBil from Koverul hundred in (lividuula to svlmni uiuy.litly bo applied the words of ..Carlylo — -t1 mostly fools.' Almost every suggestion ? was of the order known us — ginicriick. And we regret to SHy that tho Yictoriiin govern - inont deOm the y«nr of Jubilee, u fitting occuHioij to 8qi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

mature. A Oat Mesmerises a Mouse.— One of our well-known citizens is the possessor of a cat, which is a great pet in tho family. In deed, it is doubtful if tho family could keep houso without thjvt cat. A few evenings ago the cat came into tho houso bringing a mouse, no uncommon thing for tho cat to do, ns it is a good mouser. But the cat played with the mouse for an hour and a half, then set it up }V tho Wall and oronf. intn hnil n-nA wimf tn sleep. The mouse, thongh still nlivo nnd apparently uninjured, remained just where the cat put it for so long that the family became Interested in the mouse, and tho gentle man proceeded to stir it up. The little nniinal started to run, went a short distance, nnd returned to the very spot whero tho cat had loft it. Then tho gentleman tried to entice tho mouse awny with a bit of cheese. This succeeded only so far that tho mouso would leave its position, get the cheese and return. This was tried again and again, and always with tho Barae result ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

LOCAL NEWS. Oxley's Requirements. —A fewyears ago there was a great cry in Victoria, that tho country districts were being completely over run by quito a plethora of members of the great unpaid magistracy. However, far tho charge could then apply to, Victoria, is a ' matter of the past ; but certainly no such chargo riiia be for a moment made id- connec tion with these western districts of New South AVales, In so'mo places, notably Ox ley, thcrefooTily one Justice of the Peace availablev should his services be required, ? and in that gentleman's absence, any urgent business matters 'requiring attestation, has perforce— -to the great inconvenience' of a number of the inhabitants— to wait hisi re turn or take a; day's journey, instead. This is a matter that the members for the elec torate, should have their attention drawn to, '? bo- that they would have the matter brought' under the' notico of tlio department concerned for rectification-, Notes by the Way. — Pastoral1 and' agri ctrlt...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

[?] Irish Girls and Boos-— Near cioghcen we ovcrtnko two country lasses jogging along on a home-made cart behind a rusty na*r. As wo approach we bcc that they aro envel oped in a porfect storm of horso flics, and, sinco insects nro ns rare in Ireland as rocks are plenty, wo marvel greatly. ' They arc bees I' exclaims the lively professor of modern languages from Columbia College, who in visitinrr the homo o£ ancestors many generations remote. And so they are ; pla cidly and with a joyful langh for the joyful tourists the peasant girls continue their jour ney, with bees on all sides of them. Now one seems about to settle on tho russet coils_ of hair of this girl, and there are two walking about the big cloth cloak of that. Aa we pass, the mystery re solves itself. Thoy arc not witche3, nor, like Sfelusinc in the fairy tale, do thoy end in mermaid extremities; but under tho board which serves thorn for a seat are two bee hives which these Btalwart virgins— bee- mothers without a mirac...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 3 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

:'? .:'-.'' TELEWBiASIS. Sydney, May 3 The Unemployed have boon informod that work will bo found for all during tho week. Lord Carrin'gtdn accompanied Sir Henry and Lady Loch to Katooniiia yesterday. i .Tiihn Deeblu is arrauging a series of aqUa tie contests on thol'arramatta river for Janu ary, between all the' prominent scullers of tho world. ?' '..-.?-' -v:'': -?' ?? ?.-'-.....??.?.'. : v A Royal Commisaipii is to inquire into thcr question of reform' in tlio. Supreme Court practice. ' ' '.'?? ? '':'.'' . : :A number of police office clerks were'* dis- missed on Saturday in pursuance i of the re trenchment policy. '''?'.'.''-. ? ? Alfred Parker, hh ingi.lvont, was sent to-1 gaol by the Chief Commissioner for 10 days, for prevarication. .:.-'?„%; - '?'??'??;-i; ' ^ The Clydo otcanior witiiCthe English mails' has been quarantined at' : Albany, owing to measles on-bnard,. ;'..',. - ' ; Edith O 'Gorman is lecturing at Adelaide/ The Governmont are expected to,1 submit now railway line...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Science [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

Science' ' }? Unconscious Counting.— it has always formed part of tho professional conjuror's education to acqnire the power of making instant mental, note o£ many objects. The author of an ingenious article in the ' Gar tenlaubo,' suggests tho Idea that the ability possessed by most people, of distinguishing £rom three to five objects at a glance, may bo so perfected that tho mind will find it possi ble to tako note ol at least thirty articles in tho 6ame length of time. Indeed, a well known arithmetician, Daso, who died in 1861, declared that ho could count thirty objects of the same kind as easily a3 other people could count three or four. Tho truth of this assertion was often proved when tho arithmetician, with lightning ra pidity, gave the correct number of n herd o£ sheep.'of tbo books in a library, or tho window, panes in a large hoaso. Apart from the usefulness of this acquired power, tho method of teaching it may be found very amusing as a game. The test of one's ability in...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Balranald Racing Club.— [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

Balranald Racing Olufe- ; A meeting of the above club was wns held at the Bnlrannld Hotel (Tuterr sail's) on Suturday evening,' when .the following members of committee: were1 liresent :-i. Mes'srs.-. Morphett;' (in ;llie chair);. Richardson, Fiynnj: King, Mnl-: colm, B«aty, anfd.'tho .Hod.'; '-Secretary^' Mr. Lobsey.. ?^?^?'/::':v,---¥V.''::^ :' ?;??''.':.? ; ,??. The minutes .of.two- previous meet-' ings were rend and confirmed. ., ; . Mr. ?&, Obrmaok wns elected a mem bef of the Club. ; . :.'.',/; ; ' Miv Miilcolm' proposed,- nnd; Mr. Fly un seconded, that a hearty void of thanks be accorded to the generosity of Mr. Close, for his thoughtful kindness in presenting the1 Club1 withthe much needed' adjuuot of n bell.- -?-'?'?' ?. ? Accounts amounting to- £42 9s 3s were -passed for pRyinent.. It was then quiety discussed (op inionntive); as to- the mischievious doings of Balranald youths, more par ticularly as to actions of larrikknism, so palpably rampant^ every Sunday,- on ...

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