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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 11 May 1887

LOCAL NEWS. Mjssomo. — The usual yearly installation of W.M., and investituro of office bearers of tho Balranald Lodge 1796 E.C., took place on Tuesday evening, tho 3rd insii at the Masonic Hall ; when Bro. T. Kidd, was iiwtalEeil aa W.M. for tho ensuing year, and tho following Brethern were appointed office hearers; — Cro. R. Benfcy, S.W. ; Bro. E. Cameron, J.W. ; Bro. A. Malcolm, S.D. ; Bi o. W. Macphorson, J.D. ; Bro. C. Whue, I.G., Bro. Jas. Wightman was elec ted treasurer ; and Bro. J. Cram secretary. Bro. W. O. Close officiated as installing mastor, and wns assisted by the retiring master; B'*o. B. D. Murray. Sir James SIacBain, President of tho Vic torian Legislative Council is at present on a short viait to this district. The Hon. Gentle man being- tho gnest of Mr. Lawrence of Canolly. Sir James attended morning ser vice at the Presbyterian place of worship ; on .SimiTay morning. j Tub drawing of the Art Union in connec tion with tho Church of England Bazaar, took place on F...

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

ivIALCOLM & BEATY, ami g^cntsi, W»tucvsf, ^udionccvs, «iul spMil §Vgcut,$, BALKAN A Sj 9». LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Aro prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Uudor the Crown Lauds Act o£ 1884, And puss through tlia LAND OFFICE,' Also appears at the Local Land Court, . And attond to any LAND BUSINESS „? Entrusted to theua Full information und particulars on Land Mutters to be had from MALCOLM & BEATY, Bulranald. Division of Eiuns. NOTICE. MALCOLM & BEATY are pre pared to execute Maps and Tracings of Laml ; also Plans, Specifications, etc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PA l D UP CAPITA L — .£500, 000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000. Reserve Fund — £250,000. HEAD OFFICE : Sydney. LONDON OFFICE : 2 Kiso William Street, E.C Branches throughout JVcw South WaJcsnnd Queens land : Agents in all the other Colonies and in Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal cities of the world. . T...

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

- \ „ . Hotels. ; v Balranald Hotel r' (TATTERSALli'S) J Mrs. M.J. MURPHY BF!GS to announce to her friends an»l tho public, that 'fihe lias -now taken the ttptcL^; It will l£ lier »fca v our to con-hiLt the -business '£-» that Jnay-cotniinre ftivotiraMy With the rending -t okriYpol i t ; u 1 Hotels in attractiveness nml -~c- ^'.''comfort. ? -; Every attention paid to Boarders and Visitors, . The largest and most commodious house Sn town. Wtofsi, Iwrs, & bt the fJ/st gauds always i» £t-*cfc. ; First-class Stabling. Billiards. - ?_ SI. J. MURPHY, . -i Proprietress. ? n ? ??? ? : ? * ? ;v aieey-s ?. Commercial Hotel, _ 5- &'MAHON BROTHERS, i - PROPRIETORS. Messrs. M'M a hon bros. i.e» to notify to the puhlie of Bh 1 JtiiiuW anil ilistrici, ? that tliey have ''taken tlie above well-known Hotel, and ; bojie by ? giving every attention, to i '? ' merit a fair share of support. Every accommodation, with' home ^???'Comforts. ? 1 Sample Rooms . for Commercial - ' ? ^Traveller...

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

Thanktulness. Sn-N2T, E23 George Sr. (N.S.W), May 15 1886.— I Buffered very moch with pains across my back, dov?n tlit,' inside of my thighs, together with severe headaches, causing dimness of sight. Could not rest nt night, having a dosiro to urinate without being ablo to do bo. t was advised to tiy Warner's safo care. X had not taken mora than one bottle when I began ts realiso that I had at last found a euro for what I thought/ an uucnrable complaint. I am now quite* cured, aud feel I cannot say too much in favour of Warner's safe cure and Warner's safe pills.— C. G. JACKSON. Warner's Safe Remedies Cure Indigestion. Adeiatde, f.A., Hendlet Sr. Juno 30, 1886. — Having boon a oovore sufferer for for Borne two years with liver complaint, and having been under tho treatment of sovoral modical men in tliiB city without receiving any benefit, I was induced by a friond to try Warners' safe euro, I can say I havo re ceived vory great benofitby so doing, taking in all fifteeu bottles regu...

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

cii lte giiuenmt Jiecoita WEDNESDAY, lira MAY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

irrigation. WANTED For making TttRIGATION DRAINS In Yibtoriii) ShViral TEAMS OF €!do-l Working Bullocks. Send pnrticnlara to MALCOLM & BEATY, Biilntimld. Missing EViemlsu TAilKS WARNER ELLtOTT br GEORGE GORRrNGE— Naiite jiliice, Green Ponds, TiiBiiinnia. Write homo to Thomas Elliot t, Spring Vale, Campania, Tasmania. SSatranalfl District ISotyitnl. Applications are-invited for the position of COLLEt!Tt)ii to the Balranald Hospital. Particulars cf duty and amount of bond necessary to be obtained from the Secretary, Applications td be in not later than 8 p.m. on Wednesday, 8th June': J. CRAM, ' Secretary; Paddockingi IaM prepared to receive a number of HORSES in tlie Racecourse Paddock. Secure fonco aiid good yard. Terms nil application to T. H. BOYNTON, LSssfe'e. Tenders. TMders are invited (or the nrec tion ot a PISE or EG^PtiAN BRicK fiuiidifeg at Hiilfidd. SpecificatiOiis and all other informa tion can be. obtained at D. BARRY and CO., Q«neral Store/ or Royal Mail Hotel, H...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Facts About Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

| I?adts About Consumption. Tha Melbourne Age savs: — 'Hayter's {igures show that consumption caused 13S4 ? deaths in 1885, being 25 more than in 1884, end I '2 more than 1883, and that during t, ! time it has killed more than 1 3 to every 18 'JO of tho population This is almost as I joapr portion as obtains in Great Brit it s, ami it shows that climatic conditions h ve not so mncli to do with the diseases as i, popularly supposed, aud that is just as difficult to Btamv it out in the soft Ionian weather of these southern lands as it is in the frg-charged atmosphero of Loudon, ? ''.re, ncoorli -.g ti the sarcasm of the J -n. hman, a fine day only differs fron\ a fti i ky one as looking up a chimney differs i !i looking d'wn one.' Now. then, we ate prepared to show that over half the cases of (consumption are really nothing but the effect i f kidney poi son, working in the substance of the lung. Read a simple illustration. Dip. the tip end of yonr finger in a strong acid. Soon the fle...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
An Awful Railway Catastrophe [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Ail Awful Railway Catastrophe , An nwftii rai'iniy uatastropiio nhflin-ml on W i lies (lav pvouiiii! on the .Brighton line, ne.'.wyn 'Prnhrrn :iml Windpnr. What is balled an ordinary train leaVeB tin- FlirideiM strvi't blatinn . Tor Bnhelava at. 5 30 p.m.. Mo-'iiinc nt Richmond, South Ynrin, ninl Prahran, but nut at Windsbr. On Wednes day, jusf an tlio tram had passed the Hiuli fetrer-t lii-idco. it was I rfiiqiitj to a elnin'slill Jiy an accident Io Ihe Wostihgiii'imo brake. There is aii express t.rain Ifeavinp the Fiin ilers-Ntrcet ptation at 5 40 pirii., which makes its first Rtnp|wi»e nt. Windsor. -Tliin train is iisally crowded, and was quite full mi Wed nesday evening.. Of course, Between Mel linurue nnd Windsor.it gain? dU the proceed ing ordinary train. Usual'y it passes tliroiiuh Prahi-an about six miniitos after thq ,«rdi ? — ; nary train. Through poiiio disastrous bluitd biing tile expix-BS train that cveninc wa-t Onven into tno mutuary, train wnieli wns (at a standstill....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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humor. A New Casablanca. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Ibumou A NcvMlasHWasica, .The boy stood on tho burning roof. .;. Where he.for life had fled; Tho building, being qrtite fireproof, With flames was painted red. 'Jump I' yelled the horror-stricken crowd, ' ' J ump, bubby, from tho ridge.' £ ? 'I enn't,' he, dancing, shrieked aloud ; ' ' This ain't no Brooklyn Bridge.' Hugo tongues of flame, in fiendish joy, A-darting out liko mad, Commenced to lick tbnt noblo v.™ ; As if they were his dad. The firemen tried, in sad despair, That gallant youth to soak : ' Alas ; No stream could reach him thoro And he began to smoko. ' Then came a voice of thunder sound 1 From ono cool man below : 'I'll save you, boy-— unless you're 1 drowned — Jump when I say to go.' Then snatching up tho hose ho aimed ' A mighty stream on high. , 'Jump on that water,' ho exclaimed) ? ' And grab it tight — or die,' Hurrah I With one terrific seream Out leaped the little kid, And, clinging on that solid stream Safe to tho ground he slid. He Couldn't Guess- — Two young ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Miscellancous. My First Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

fiDisccllnncoua. My First Kiss. Tho conference mooting through at last, The boys around tho vestry waited i To see the girls come tripping past, Like snowbirds willing to be mated. Not braver he that leaps the wall By level musket flashes litten, Than I, who stopped beforo thcm.nll, Who longed to see me got the mitten. But no : she blushed nnd took ravarm I We lot the old folk, have tbe highway And started toward the Maple Farm Along a kind of lovers' by-way. I can't remember what we said, 'Twas nothing worth a song or story, Yot that rude path by which we sped Seemed all transformed and in a glory; The snow wns crisp beneath our feet, Tho moon was full, the fields were gleam ing ; By hood and tippot sheltered sweet, Her face with youth and health was beam ing. The little hand outside her muff — Oh, sculptor, if you could but mould it! So lightly touched my jacket-cuff, To keop it warm I had to hold ifc. To have her with me there alone — 'TwnB lovo and fear and triumph blended. At I...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Paika Greek Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Paika Creek Races. T)ie following are the nominations and weights Tot' the Handicap and Jumping lUce tor tho above meot ing, to be held on Queen's Birthday ? HANDICAP. ?t. lb. at. 'lb See Shell- . .. ... 10 7 Black BeW ..- 8 0 Exilo .. .. 0 0 Chestor .. 7 12 ClaroM&id 8l 7- Acrobat .#? 6- 7 JUMPING RACE.; Battallcr ,.12 0 Black Bess* .. 10 0 Chester .. ?. U 0 Bob..- ..10 0 ExUo .. . . .10 7 O. J. SILVESTER, nohJ Seo:

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Girls' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

©iris' (Column. A Social Lesson.— The late Professor Morren related once in our hearing a rebnko whioh he gave to n high strung Beacon Hill damsel, which is worth repeating for the moral it carries. Tho young lady was ono of his pupils, and made herself so obnoxious by her haughty and even her insolent bearing, displaying her contempt for all nboutlier so mnrkedly, tbat it boenmo at last quito unbearable. ' I knew lior mothor in France,' said tho Professor, whose broken English there iB no need of reproducing hero, ' nnd slio was a mnqf. nTriniuifolv mn/lnaf ot»/1 imnoanminn I womnn. But tho daughter was so insolent that she hnd to have a lesson; so I said to her : — ''Will you be so good ns to remain after tho lesson l I linve something to toll you.' ' She stays, and in her haughtiest manner she says : — ''You wish to speak to me?' ' 1 You are Miss So-and-so?' ' ' Yes.' ' ' And you live at No.1 — Beacon street ?' ''Yes.' And your father is Mr. So-and-so?' ''Yes.* ''And your mothor ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office; Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

PASTORAL. Balranaldr Rirerina Recorder Office; Tuesday Evening. Tlie past weelc lias been most fnvou'ruble' fir the diBtriot- In tlie early part of this ?week, dews have been prevalent, und though the weather hu8;been, generally speaking (lull and damp.^ it lias beeatail that could bo de sired for nourishing the youiiif grass. Lamb ihj» ia now general on tho stations, and pro mises to-be exceptionally good, the ewoa ore strong andi well,, and tho green1 grass now springing will enable Ithe lambs to become Tvnll.rrrnwit nnil ini'W.i v/V fnr flml I' nnn n n rl ?whon.iamb-iharking;comes on; we expect to Hear of Borne large percentages^ which will liolp in- a measure to- swell our Stock Rc - , ttirns vvhich-have been-B&- very, low of- lat»- yearsj owing to the drought;. Rivera' — Murrnmbidgee — GuniVagai; 3ft Sin ; Waggaj 2ft Gin ; Hay; 3ft ]i'n- Dar ' ling — Wifcanniai 2-J£t 10im; Menindie, 27ft Jin; Pooncarie, 23ft 7in ; Wentworth, 13tt 6in. Murriiy — Albury, Bft ; \\ ahgunyah...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. Carl Lapp. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Colnmii. Carl ' ? Lapp. Littlo Carl Nossor wa3 awakened from a sound sloep, one cold winter night, by sucli a commotion that ho thought at first a wolf or boar, or perhaps one or two of tho reindeer, had got into tho tent ; for Carl lived in Lapland, and when night enmo ho fell asleop aa soon aa ho got undor his sheepskin. Yes, ho slept undor a sheepskin, and ovor ono too ; and in very cold weathor ho got into a sort of bag made of rein deer-skin with fur inside. This waa in placo of a night-gown, and it lcopt him warm as toast. Carl liked tho warmth, nnd ho denrlv liked to bo comfnvtahln. It was not at all comfortable to hear this noiso and talking in tho night, and at first ho tried to go to sleep again, and forgot all about it. But presently tho thought of his mother and littlo Marta, and Lars, tho kind, genorous father, mado him fool ashamed, and he started up, quite awako, to seo what the troublo was. It was a queor-looking place inside tho tont. Right in tho middlo, under the ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

BIRTH IIoN'EWiAN' — At Qneechy on tho l(5tlV inst., tho wife of T. Houeyman of a daughter. {fntlV d'ofnff \7ofl, : . ^Itc pikvtmt Jlccoxbcr WEDNESD AY, 18th M AY.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
health. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

x; ibeaitb. The Anatomy of the Hair.— There is much more in health of tho hair than most peoplo imagine. Simply speaking, on the ono hand tho hair ennnot be in health, if the body be not so ; and, on tho other, an un healthy scalp may positively prtiduce grievious bodily ailments ; nt least, 1 believe so ; nnd I would adduce only 0110 proof of this. Think you not, then, thnt if tho skin of tho head be not wholesome, and every duct, whether sebaceous or perspiratory, acting well, headnches may occur, or n dull nnd hot feeling of the brain 1 You can conceive this to be true readily enough. Well, tho brain nets, for good or for evil, constantly upon tho stomach and organs of digestion, and upon these latter depends the whole economy of the system, and the proper nutrition of bone, muscle, and nerve as well. Remember when I say 'hair' I do not mean only tbo visible portion of that append age, but its roots ns well, and the glands that lubricate the whole. it would take much more space t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Thk . Imperial C infftrenco which lias just closed its sittings in London may be put down as a uniqne departure from the ordinary conferences tliat have from timo to time satin European countries. Tlio opening speeches of Lord Salisbury and Sir Henry Hol land were of the usual stereotyped official and 'DM rilnt] ni'ilpiv wbiln ftliR speeches of Colonial delegates of the old school partook somewhat of tlio servile kind. It was left to young Anstialia, represented liy Mr. Alfred Deakia to niabo tfio sensational speecli at the opening ceremony, and colonists ought to feel proud that we have snch fearless and undaunted young and spirited natives rising anions; us ; we hare great hopes for any country that raises snch sons. We can recol lect when tlie present Otiief Secretary of Victoria was chosen to be one of the representatives of that colony to the conference. The Tory journal of Mel bourne pooh poohed the idea on tlic grounds that Mi. D'eakfn ^who by Ui-f.' way is Radical in politic...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Essayist. Oliver Goldsmith. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Jgssavfst; Oliver Goldsmith. One thinks of him instinctively as 11 poor Goldsmith,' yet it cannot be denied, Mr. Forstcr to tbe contrary, tbat most of bis claim to pity is founded on that rather untenable ground— his own fault. - We all know how Horace Walpole handed bim down to posterity ns the 'inspired idiot' — a phrase hailed by his contemporaries as a photograph in two words ; but Mr. Thacke ray lias given us a much softer, plcasajitcr picture in the 'vagrant harper/' and it is i one haviner the additional merit— as I think I all lovers of fair play will gladly concede — of being a true portrait of the.manlas he actu ally was. The vagabondish spirit of his earlier days, which, after two or three starts, finally sent him on that year of wandering when Bos well says he ' disputed ' his way ^through Europe— though 'it is much more probable he begged his way through Europe,' adds Mr. Black — was rampant to tho very end. That peculiarly improvident want of even ordinary prudence whi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

LOCAL KEWS. There is a matter -We Would liko to bring under tho notice of tlio trustees of tho com- ] mon, and that is, what appears to us to bo nothing more or less than quite uncalled for, to wit, the burning rf A nitaber of large trees close to tho township, on tho opposito side of the river. Wo hope that such de struction win not uo anoiveu io gu on, me only really pretty part close to the town ship is the park like appcaranco of that part that extends from tho bathing site up to the bridge ; whilo 0(1 tho other hand, if people aro to denude the portions surrounding the township, of largo trees tho dust fiend (which wo aro comparatively free from at present) will become a most annoying nuisance. Surely firewood can bo got a little further out, without burning off in immediate jmuiuuior ™ -?'« uamy. ..u trustees of the cswmon will take some action in the matter. Postal Chances. — On and after the SJEh inst, the Hay mails will close as follows : — Monday's, 9.30 a.m. ; Wednesdays'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

(Boofc Stories. ? Some Buffalo girls, nt a littlo party, re cently, got up a new order, nnd wished to Initiate tho young mon into its mystorles. They took possossion of the front parlor and closed tho folding-doors, lenving one of their number on guard. The gentlemen found one youth had disappeared, and wondered what Lad become of him. The lodge being in readiness for candidates, ono of tho young men was escortod into the room. He found four bluBhinp; maidens standing in n row in a corner of the room with a chair in front of them. Upon this he was seated nnd blind folded, and then told that one of the girls would kiss him. If ho could guess her name he would be privilcged'to repeat the oscula tion. Of course, ho made n miserable fnilure; but instead of beine allowed to retire, he was compelled to occupy a scat on the oppo site side of tho room, just imagine his feel .... ings, when the next victim was led in nnd ' had been prepared for the sacrifice, to see tho missing beardless boy...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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