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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 4 May 1887

Labour Agency and Registry Registration Fee, 2s Gd. Engrigeiment feo) ,': 2* Gil. \ fA'LCOLM & BEATY have the JjJ. following on their buoks. Open for Engagement — Married Couple (bouudary-rider) for \ OiU-sti'tion. 4 Station Overcers. V Manager or Partner for Storekeeping V businpHs. ^ /'VPENfor eng.igfiiuent^Housel--eeper. ? General Servant. Wanted Maniud Man'- as Boundary \ Rider for out-btntion ; also a Single 1 Man us Boiiiidury Rider. V Wanted Huwker to go with hawking \ team. \ ? — ? = ? ^ Irrigation; \_ For muking ( -'i-.,^. \ iRBIGf AT-ION PRAINS V In Victqrin, Re.veral i _': . TEAMS' \ ' ' OP' x- Ciooif Working Bullocks. J Sund particulars to 5 ' MALCOI/U -& BEATY, \ Bulranald. V « ? = ? vv- ' . Missing FVic'Jidgv \ TAMEg WASNTEli ELLIOTT or' ^ f) GEORGE- GORRINGE— Native v place, Green Pondft, TiiHinniiiu. Write homo to TrfOJfAS Eti.fOTT, Sjiring Vale, ' Campania, TiiHiiiauia. Found Otf 'ft' Block Btuiion, one RED COW, bald fuce branded like T7X ? - 2 near ...

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

Remember This. it yon are sick Hop Bittors will surely aid Nature in making you well when all .else fails, , ? If you aao costive or «Ty!*pej-tic, or are suffering, from any otlicr of thu numerous diseases of the stoinacli 'or 1- nvelsj' it is ymir owii fault if you remain ill, fut Mo;i Bitters is a sovereign remedy in ;aU such complaints. If roof are Nervous use Hop Bicters. If vou liayo rough; vinply, or Billow skin, biitl. breath; 'Viiius and aches, awl feels miser abln generally, Hop Bitters will: givu you fair skin, rich blood, and' Bweetest breath and health.' : That poor, beib idden, invalid wife; Bistor, mother, or daughter/ can be made the pic tm-o of hoaltli, by American Co'a Hop Bit ters, costing but a trifle. Will you let them suffer ? ' ' _ . Iu short they cirte- afl Diseases of stomach Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nerves, Kidueys, Briglit'a Disease. £500 will be pan! for a case they will not euro or help. Druggists ami Chemists keep, i Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! If when you ...

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

. Larrikinism. . The ' Daily Telegraph' hits published the opinions of several prominent people in Melbourne on , this subject, and 'in an issue of last weeks there Was an account of an interview with In spector Ellis, of the Police department. After dividing larrikins, into two clases he says the high class afe tlie Worse of the two. ' They come into town at night to tho play, and after it is over knock about the billiard-rooms until they get a bit groggy. By-and-by it be comes late, and they hang around street corners, talk about cricket, football, girls — get another drink, and the row diness commences.' The lower class larrikins were more submissive, and as a rule did as they were to'd ; but the high class larrikins wouldn't be spoken to by a 'bobby,' and must have some devilment before they go. 'Now just you go down to St. Kilda, and sit on the Esplanade and see these swellish fellows criticising the ladies' feet and ankles as they pass. I call insulting de cent young women pre...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

. tmm. Hill, . 'jtiHN .CULLEN, . Junk.,. Proprietor. ? ?iii :;1 ? iC^IRST Class accommodation ' for Com ? J. niercial men and families'. '? fcominodious stables .and attentive groom. Best WiheB.aiid Spirits only! Milliard Table, and Sample Rooms. . . Horses and Buggies for Hire! r\, 'oFFIcls , FOR COBB & CO'. : Coachca leave daily for Swan Hill, Balratiald, Euston, Wentworth, and other Jiarls of tho ... Colonics. Wm. BucMand, .. *«??» . . ,, : 'Agent for . Melbourne daily and weekly Papers', also 'Riverina Re .cordei;' a,nd ,'J Deniliquin Qhronicle.' Advertisements received' for above .papers, . _ . . , , ^gent for Colonial Fire and Marine .'Insurance Company of Nqw Zealand, Capital £5,dd0|d60 (Unlimited Lia ' bility). . , , . . _ .KooiiiiRcioK, Vk5t3ria. rOVal Hotel, V (Next to the itailway Station)) : EERA^rdi r-jvvn- ? ? ? „ : ? ijilXCELLKNT accommodation for Com- ? jLli mercial Travellers and Visitor^. LBeat Brands of Wines and . Spirits only l-t. ? ( . , , ' , . . fI , ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Murray and the Mallee. INLANDS IN THE MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

P — mm».?4ihiw!iiihiubibhiih,.iiiuihi m miLJlim ^THe Murray and the Mallee. I (By The Australasian Reporter) ISLANDS IN THE MURRAY. Amongst the tilings not generally ~fcnown is tiie fact that Victoria extends itairly as-far fibrtli its Sydney, and con siderably further north than Adelaide'. MoSfc people will have to consult the inap before they will be convinced of tie truth of tliis statement. It is per haps owing to its being so mnhy degrees hearer the trofrics that the fruit' crowri k£ Wentworth looks so extraordinary to people whose Ifleafe of big peaches, apricots, and such like are formed oii the shores of Bass Strait. Howeve r this friay be, _it is certain th'at a visit to Mr. 'W. J. Holding's orchard, on the banks 6f the Darling, \tfithiri sight of .Went worth,- astonished all the members of 6ur party, for even the specimens which thiS Vegetable Products Commission flaw nt Kenmg and Swan Hill had not. prepared them for meeting with such fixtraordinnry fruit at the mouth of t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Swan Hill, (mow otrn cobkesi'ondent.Y May 9, On Thursday the 5th inst., a number of cases camo before the usual monthly Court of Petty Sessions, Mr. Campbell, P.M., from Sandhurst, and tbe local magistrates were on tbe bench. Buker v, Tracy — This was a charge of illegally impounding cattle. The case was dismissed through an inform ality, and a second case also waa dis missed. Police t. Geo. Betts and J, Wish art — Fighting in the streets. Fined 5s each. Wm Baunton v, Hobson — This was an assault case arising out of a dispute at their seleotions. Verdict for a fine of 40s. The Truant Inspector also proceeded against Comb and M'Tntyre for neglect iug to send their chidren to school. Fined 10s each. Davis v. Allan — For goods delivered. Verdict for £1 2s 6d. St. Leon's circus played here on Saturday night to a crowded houso. The performance wao a creditable one, and a number of clever tricks were done showing careful training.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Magistrial Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Magistrial Enquiry. A magisterial enquiry was held nt the Wakool Hotel, on Saturday, before the district coroner E, L. Rowling, Esq., P.M., concerning the death of a man known by the name of Andrew | ? ? The following evidence was taken. Sergeant Dowling deposed ; on Fri day, the 6th inst., I received informa tion that a man bad died snddenly at tbe Wakool Hotel, I have this day examined the body ol the decease#, whose Christian name I ascertained to be Andrew ? , but whose surname is not known to me, X did not observe any external murks of vio lence upon his body, upon searching deceased, I found a cheque drawn by John Butler, for the sura of £5 6s., besides several other articles, such as a watch, tobacco, and pipes, his swag contained a blue blanket, a pair of blue woollen socks in an oppossum rug, | Thomas Spinks, deposed on Thursday May 5, I brought over the Wakool I river from its Southern side, a man whom I did not know, and who is now deceased, he came to my hotel and compla...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

iNiiidESTiok'. — The tyaih cause of nervous-' ness is indigestion, ancf that, is caused by weaknosB of tlio atorria^'1- No one can have' sound uerves and good- health without using American Co's Hop (Bittors to, strengthen1 ' tho stomach,* .purify j the &Jood,' and keep* the liver and kidneys- active, to carry off all tho poisonous' 4nd tffl3te matter of tho Bys«* torn.' See' , A Popular Fai!ac;V — Mapy peoplt think* tliat rlieuiHati^m camu°t be parriod. ^ It is* caused by a bad stc^c the blood which de* posits poisonous rr^tter in the joints and. muscles,'' causing]: lameness^' stiffness,' and swelling r of the joints.- and excruiciating pains: Dr. Bfell't3 (Kidney and Liver)1 Bit-', ters will' certainly effect a .cure. They act;' oii the kidneys, Jivdr arid bowels/. stimulat-' ihg therh to a action, '.purityibg and1 Enriching tho Blood elimihatiilg this poi-~ soil from* tho' system!' ,Go to the nearest;' druggist/ buy Ball's BittSrt/ Arid* (Jurdd* r k

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Pastoral Rents. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Pastoral Rents. 1 Western Division annual pastoral rentals (leasehold): — Wm, Crp2ier and Wm. Crozier and Co., Fort Grey, 222,900 acres, Id per acre ; New Zea land Loon and Mercantile Agenoy Co, (limited), Buckanbe, 87,730 acre?, Id 3-lltha; T. W. Palmer, George Dtierdin, C. M. Officer, S. H. Officer, Jus. Blackwood, and C., Ibbotson, Kul lara, 491,208 acres, 1 1-dtli ; Sir Duuitl Cooper, Bart., and Thomns Buckland, Mount King Eaat, 124,000 acres, Id ; The Scottish Australian Investment Co, (limited), of Sydney, Corolla, 120.704 acres, l£d ; Trust und Agency Company of Australasia (limited), Frome's Creek, 110,200 acres, Id 7-10tbs : M. P. Fitzseruld. the Hon. N. Fitzgerald, Edward Fitzgerald, and M. P. O'Shanaasy, Fort Bourke, 177:722 acres, Id 7-20ths ; Sir. T, Elder, R. B. Smith, and Sir James M'Coulloch, Momba, 1,085,148 acres, Id 7-20ths ; Bank of New- South Wales, Connulpie Downs, 208,260 acres, Id ; Trust and Agency Co. of AuatrahiBia (limited), Moothumbil, 59,400 acres, l£d;...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Passengers by Coach. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Passengers by Coach. — o— ARBIVJE91 S vran Hill to Balranald — May 5 — Mr. D. Flyim and Miss O'Leary . May 8 — Miss llonti. Deniliquin to Balranald — May 3— Mr. T. Xano. May 6 — Messrs. J. Layceck an d Cook. DKrAnTimEff. Balranald to- Deniliquin — May 9 — Mrs. Cowan. Balranald to Ivanhoo — May 8 — Messrs. Cook,. J. Lavcock, J. H. Morpliott, and Misses Shailcr and Itamro. May 1 — T. Lane and , Sanderson.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

VELEGStASIS. Sydney. Mav 10. The Government have arrived at an under- | standing regarding tho Centenuial celebra tion, and a statement on the subjcct will shortly be made to Parliament. The Governor received the Chinese Imperial Commissioners yesterday, and to-day they will bo the guests of the Mayor at the Town Hall. Mr. Horace Dean, a well-known colebrity at Grafton, twice olected, but each time dis qualified for Hastings electorate, is dead# A son of Mr. Kunna, of Orange, died on Sunday at Nowington College from a kick received while playing football ou the Col lege ground*. Messrs. lilayd, Mcintosh, and Meeks proceed to lhilli, on Monday, to inquire iuto aud relievo the various cu£«a of d stress. Messrs. Ives and Goodlet havo resigned their seats ou the Board of Directors of tbe A. M. P. Society. The cloture proposals will be considered to-night. James McGory, a commercial traveller and his wife have cach been Hned ten guineas or 4 months, for cruclty to an orphan girl as signe...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. — O — . Siverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. For several days we had tho most enjoy able weathor that conld bo desired for at this season of tho year, sunny and genial, hut on Saturday morning it opened raw and sold, rain bogan falling lusting at intervals during tho day. A sharp shower also falling on Sunday morning, beautiful springing rain. Tho fall hero registered 15 points, but out back from reports it was much heavier, the mailman reports a sea of water between Maudo and Oxfoy. Stock Movements'. — On tho 4th insfc. 1,000 Head of store cattle, the property of Hay Brothers, from Queensland to Victoria, liur gpss in charge, crossed the river here with out any mi lic.p. On the 10th inst. 3,SOO mixed sheep, the property a' J. BnLler from. Victoria, for Mossgiel. Owner in charge. Divers — Gundagai, 3ft Oin ; Hay, 3ft ; Waggfi, 3ft Gin \ fialrannld, lift Sin; Wil eannia-, 31ft lin; Monindic, 20ft lliu ; Poon eario, 23ft 2in ; Wcntivortli, 13ft 10. Eus ton. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Dentistry. — Mr. Jame3 Darton, of (Ruso and Darton) Aslifield, Sydney, is at present in Balranald on a professional visit, and may be consulted upon all matters connected with his profession, at M'Mahon's Commercial Hotel. He brings with him, a new anaes thetic, which, we aro informed, has a purely local effect, by tho use of which ho will guarantee painless extractions. Artificial teeth will be completed and fitted during the present visit, which will be extended to Mon day, the 15th iust. Patients will be visited at their own residences if preferred. — [Advt.]

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Mildura Irrigation Scheme A CONVERSATION WITH Messrs. CHAFFEY BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

The Mildura Irrigation Schemc* A 'Conversation With Mmsss.; Chaffet Brothers. '(Sydney Mail Reporter.) I*ist week Messrs. George and Wil liam Chafl'ey passed through Went 'Wortli en route to Mildura. They were accompanied by Mr. Patterson,' their Manager j Mr. C. Langtree, the Vic torian Secretary of Mines; Mr. Smart Murray, Engineer of Water S'ipply, Victoria; Mr. J. Cracknell, an English journalist j and several gentlemen from Adelaide. Their object was to start snrreying operations at Mildura ; and on their return to Wentworth, a day or two later, I took the opportunity of gaining some particulars regarding the gigantic irrigation scheme to which .they have now pledged themselves. ? Messrs. Chaffey courteously answered all my questions, and, in spito of the numbers who for oue reason or artother wished to interview them, gave me my own time. I should, however, have ' gained a great deal more information bad not our conversation been inter rupted several times, notwithstanding . t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

A Special Invitation — Wo especially in vito a trial by nil those snffoiura from Kid ney and Liver cnmgilnints who have failed to obtain relief from other remedies and from doctors. Nature's great remedy — Dr. Bell's Bittors — has effected cures iu many obsti nate casus. It pets at onco on tho kidneys, livi r and bowels, ckanuinL' tbn system of all poisonous humours ami restoring a heal thy condition of those important organs. Do not bo discouraged, but try it. Quick Passage. — Tho Australian mails by tho Orient Stennibhip ' Onnuz.' wero de Evered in London in 27 days. Dk. Jouopli Parker of London uaccccds tho lata Kov. llenry Ward Becchor, at Plymouth Cliurch, Brooklyn.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Bulli Disaster Fund. CONCERT IN AID, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Bulli Disaster Fund. Concert in Aid, On Friday evening last, under the auspices of the Mayor and Aldermen of Balranald, a concert in aid of tho above fund was given at the Masonic Hall. The attendance waa a good one- The Mayor, (Alderman Close), occupied the chair, and in a few well chosen and applicable remarks referred to the purpose for which the enter tainment wns given, and he (the Mayor) was glad to see so good an attendance, considering the heavy calls that the town and district had been put to lately with races, bazaar, aud the circu3. The chairman now called on Messrs. Locklmrt and Mal colm to play the opening overture, 'Ivanhoe' beiniplay d vithsvmputhetic grusp aud good technique ; Mr. Daniel opened the vocal pint by giving with due effect and feeling appreciation, the suitable song, ' Help one another Boys,' Miss Ada Southee, who improves on acquaintance, sung 'Mill May' with consistent expression and., necessary liveliness; Mr. Juckes then made his debut before a local ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Ifccmcnibcr This. If you are siuk Fop Bitters will surely nfd Nature in making you well when all else fails. If you ano cootiva or .dyspeptic, or are sniTcring from any. other nf tho numerous diseases of tho stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if you remniii ill, for Ho i Bitters 18 a sovereign remedy in all such complaints. If you arc Nervous use Hop Bieters. If you have rough, pinply, or sallow skin, had breath, pains aud aches, and feels miser ablo generally, Hop Bitters will give yon fair skin, rich blood, aud sweetest breath and health. That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister, mother, or daughter, can be made the pic ture of health, by American Co's Hop Bit ters, costing but a trifle. Will you lot them buffer 1 Iu short they cure all Diseases of stomach Bowels, Blood, Liver, Nerves, Kidueys, Bright's Disease. £500 will bo paid for a case they will not cure or help. Druggists and Chemists keep. Prosecute the Swindlers 1 1 If whon yon call for American Hup Bit ters (see gr...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

To the electors of the Northumber land Electorate belong* the dubious honor of sending to Parliament. two Mich -blatant demagogues as' Melville and Walker. The former,, we believe, is a local preacher of the ranting order, while the latter wo can recollect ns a leading light among a few Yarra bunkerH, or more commonly known aa water-rats, who through oblique vision and stupid igpoi mice, call themselves freethinkHrs. If anyone who had mmloa varied practical^ study of knowledge gained, in tho' Scieficn of phrenology, wotild take a quiet Sunday afternoon's stroll along the banks of tho Surra and study tho facial expressions of the followers of a Walker or a Symes, he (the student of phrenology), would find amplo scope for ' sombre reflections' in their countenances as pictured. Ever since the priwut session of Par liament opened, Melvillo and Walker have dono nothing, but simply obstruct tho business of the country, we wonder how long will the great body of electors endure passively, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Pastures and Stock Protection Board. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Pastures and Stock Protection Board. A meeting of tho above Board was held at the offices, Market-street, on Fridny morning, present : Messrs. Morphett in the chair. Jaffrey, Mein, and Dennis, Mr. Child, of Cliuh Sing, waa also preBont, and Mr. McLeod, Inspector of Stock, The Secretary, Mr. Cram, read the minutes of previous meetings were confirmed. The bank book was tabled showing a credit balance of £376 lis. 6d, On the motion of Mr. Jeffrey, secon ded by Mr, Mein, accounts amounting to £24 6a. wore passed for payment. The outward nnd inward correspon dence was gone through and considered A circular was road from the Chair man of the Sydney Stock Board, with reference to the local bonrd, forwarding a delegate to attend tho conference of Stock Bourdn, which it has been pro posed to hold in Sydnoy about tho 23rd of this month. Mr. Child, ot Messrs, Grant and Child, Chali Sing, who was present, was asked to undertake the appointment of delegate for this dis trict, Mr. Child Buid he w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

Never Return.— It Is wild. that 0110 out of every four real invalids who go to foreign counti es to recover health never return, ex Copt ua a corpfn*. Tho unilortakors, next^to thd hotel-keepers have the moat profitable business. This excess vo mortality may bo prevented an-l patients aavd and curcd un der the care of friends and loved ones at home* if they will hut Uflo American Co'a Hop Bitters in {time. Read. Labour Agency nml Btcgistry -Wik'c. Registration Foe, 2s Gil. Engagement Pes, 2i Gil. Malcolm &. beaty have the following on I heir books. 0|IBI1 foi' Engagement- — Married Couple (boundary-rider) for Oni-stiition. Stilt ion Overeers. Maimger or Partner for Storekeeplng business, QPENfor engagement— Housekeeper. General Servant. Wanted Married Man ns Boundary Rider for out-station j nlso a Single Man its Boundary Rider. Wanted HaWker to go with hawking team. jv, . . . ...^ ? * : - .[ Irrigation. ?«£' ' ? V^ANT'EB. .. For making IRRIGATION DRAINS . In Victoria, severa...

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