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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

MALCOLM Be BEATY, $tocH itntl Station ^alusrs, gitrtitmccrjsi, mul pcad Stents, B A h ift a n A E, EE. LAND AGENOY. MALCOLM & BEATY Ave prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under t.lie ®rovrct Lands- Act of 1884, And p'isH through (.lie I^AJSTD OFFICE, Also nppenrs tit tlio Local Land Court, And attond to any ' BUSINESS Entrusted to tliera Full information and ''particulars on land Matters to be had from ' MALCOLM & BEATY, Balranald. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPlTAL-^500,000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000, ftK3fcft*E Fimo— £280,000- BEAD OFFICE : Sy»ne7, LONDON OTFICE : 2 KiS'o WitUAX Entisrr/E.cr Branches tlirougfiont New South Wales and Queen* Sind : Agents in all tho eifter Colonics and In Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent ftfje principal cities of the worid, *tha Dank discounts Mils, grants cash oredito, makes I advances on approved security, negotiates product j bills ond documents,...

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

Balranald Hotel (TATTERS ALL'S) Mrs; M. J. MURPHlf |3K(*A to iinn-)iince th tier fiiemts and the iffi, . piililifj rhrvt wlie liiiH now .taken tlic &bnve well-Uunwn Kotcl. It will l)fc her fcihlbaVour to cnuduvt tl-c liUauieSS So that H may r-uii|-:uv fnv«-iirM»ly -vitii the leailin«/ Jvlc* trojiioli tan Hutcla in attractiveness ami fcoinfurt. fl*'* Tlici largest Vim most' fcoininbiUftlis notice In town; ^'inc.s, Terrs', & limits uf the Annuls alu'ays in ^tartu fclrst-cJass 8tal»!iii£. ESilliar-5s. M. J. MUI!ra¥| Proprietress. AMEEY^. ; Commercial Hotel, M'MAHON BROTHERS, Piti.i'iaCToiis. ? MESSiliS. MM A HON l^ROS. I.cj: 10 notify 10 the puMie of HhI I'Miinlil . and ilisiritit, thai; they have taken the uliovti wcll-kiiowu Hotel, ninl liii|m ; liv, -»i Viiif; eVeiy atten l.ion. . tn lui-rit u titu-: slime of -Miiiport. .. Evory.- accommodation; with home . bOlllf.ll-I.Si .: - :? -' . , Eiauipla. . Ttoolns for Cotlitiitrbiiil ti-sivelleiK. ?: Good v Billiard : Tnlilb...

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

ry&nfroe Jockey Club Meeting; Tho following aro tho acceptances, aiid1 entries for tho different events to be contested on tho 24th May noxt, which wo must say are most satisfactory^ MAIDEN PLAT&- Wlld'Irlshman' Ada Fineasia* Beatrice Ulondcl1 BUNNY STAKES; Stockings' Snip . Oliver Muslin* Modesty Ratter* Emu Cupid Wallaby-' The Joker* SEftLlftO' RACE. . 1 Want It* Bumpklhs* Smuggler Protcos Crusoe ' Ratter Fedora' Wild Irishman' IYXNIIOB HANDICAP— X } miles; st-lb.1 ? ek'.lb; Ailsa, Syrs' ? 8 10' Brougham's Van Stonehroke .. 8 10 guard .. . f z' §ueen!of Hearts, aged 8 7 Gorman'sVanguard uecn Elizabeth, Oyrs 8 2' a-'cii .. ..7 4 izz, Ovrs.. .. 8 0 tiella, agod 0 12 Glaucus, nped' 7 10 Ada Beatrice,. Syrs 6 7 I Want It, Oyrs .. 7 7 JUMPING RACE, Explorer, 4-rt .. 10 4 Planet, aged' 0 8 Robinson* Crusoe 10 0 Voltaire, Oyrs1 9 7 Shooting Stat, aged' 9 12 FLYING HANDICAP.; Desmond, 6yrs ..0 7 Queen Elizabeth 8* 2* Ilalifux, 6yrs' .. 0 7 Gaslight, aped .. 8 0 Stonebroko ...

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

Passengers by Ooach. Arrivals. Prom Swan Hill — May 10— Rfiss Fraser. May 15 — Mr. J.. Gardner and Misa Burnett. May 17 — Mr. M'LeotU DKPAnTiniRa. To .Swan HUl— May 11 — Miaaos Macpher Bon, Conlon, and Mr, Soinersat. To Deniliquiu — May 23 — Rev. H. I. Richards. To Ivanhoo — May 15 — Messrs. Davis, Jtfarold, and Short,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"AIMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY, (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER LV. IN COURT—THE CASE FOR THE PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

' A L M A. ' An ? Original Australian'- Story, , ? - BY : HAROLD STEPHEN, Esq., M.P. ? ; - OF '.NEW SOUTH WALES, ?; {All Rights Reserved.') CHAPTER LV. ? ; /IN COTOT— THIS OiSE FOB THE PLilOTtFP. There was a good gathering in the court ? ot Common Pleaa when tho oaae, Doe on tha demise of James Tredegar versus Sir Oharles North, was oalled on for trial. The defend ant was woll-known both in fashionable and commercial circles, and not a few members ot the' Upper Ten Thousand had come to hear the oelobrated case, which involved tha characters of tho rival claimant;!, as woll an the disposal of a large fortune. Buncs Haw thorn was there, in great force, shaking hands with evcrvborlv worth ahakinc hands with, and whivpering in tho oars of great ladies, and men of position, the latest on-dits' concerning tho oase. . ? ? Then, too, there was a great mustering of the legal profession, it being understood that oounter charges of forgery, and conspiracy to defraud, would be brought against t...

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

Clovcdon Church. . ? . ' They laid him by tho pleasant shore, ?????'. And in tho hearing ot tlio wavo.' ? , ? Jn Mcmoiiam, XIX. ?Westward I watoh tho low bluo hills of Wnles, Tho low Bliy silver-gray ; The turhid ohannol, with the wandering sails, Moans through tho winter day. There is no color, but one ashen light On shore nnd lonely tree ; The little church upon tho grassy height \ Is gray as sky or aoa. But there hath ho who won tho aleoplesa lova Slept through theoa fifty years ; JLUero is tho grave that hath been wept above With more tliau mortal tears. ind far below I hoar tho Sovorn sweep, And all his wnvos complain, - Aa Halhtm's dirge through all tho years must keep - Its monotone of pain I Green hills, gray waters I As a bird that flies, ' My heart flits forth from these, Baok to the winter roso of Northern skies, :Baok to the Northern soas. And lo I tho long waves of the ooean b'eat . ' Beneath the Minster gray, Chapels and cavorns worn of saintly feet And knees of thorn ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Murray and the Mallee. THE NORTH-WEST CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

'f lie^ filurray and the Mallee^. ((By'The Australasian I^porterY lHE: NORTH-WEST' CORNER'. The poet' iri the school books used to* d'ei^riiw Australia ds A' land ' -where no titople river' rolls,' but a new genera tidil lias sin de Catalogued tlie Mtirray Eirfibilg tlitf-gr'eat rivers df the' world. (5iiV piir't'y' cdhmiericed' it'. Swaff Hill' TSritti an estimated widtli for the rivei1' -Jf 90'yards,. arid added about* a1 chain' ?it'.every -wider1' view obtained1 dii' the' jbUVfiby, until' ^-o bejiari to be astouiided' if!, (5® owrt fi'mirosl Finding our esti for&ed'. ti'iide/' tho influeaoe 6i tlie' dry exhilarating mallee atmosphtirti I soraewliat exaggerated, I have been oblidged to come down to' facts and fi gures; and if tlie result is not so roman tic, the Murray is a much more ' ample river' than it is popularly supposed. The New South Wales Hydrogt-aphic survey of the Murray shows that our estimate ef the ordinary winter level of the river at Swan Hill was not very...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Meeting at Lake Boga. May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Meeting at Lake Boga; (t'RtjM ouit own correspondent') Mav 12th. A .public liiecting W(i3 heldat Mr. S. Taylor's Msidtnce, Lake Baker; on Friday evening, 6th itist; The bnsiness wa§ to consider the ~ Sdvisability of applying for a V.R. Post Office at -Lake Boga. The attendance as may be anticipated was very large; the resi tlfeiits having assembled iti force to the invi tatiofi of the Hon. Sec., Mr. T: S. Tav l6r, 6f a. former meeting, which was held at tlie Lake Boga Hotel: Mr. John A. Walker, waS fclected chair-' ihan of the meeting. _ Correspondence was read frcfm the HtJn. B. Baker; M.L.A., advising that they (the i-esidents), draw tip a petition petting forth their claims for a Post Office, for the conai-; deration. of the Post Master General, and ihut he Mr: (Baker), would present theirpetl tion;. and urge their claim for favourable tonsideration, and that they state in their petition whose residence . was beat adapted for the site of the said office, received witli thanks. Th...

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

kERANC HOTEL,! 'jdHN CULLEN, 'Junk., Proprietor'. XfURSt Class accommodation for Com 'Vhercial men onrt fnlniiies. : ^Commodious stables and attcntivo groom. , BiJjfc Wines, and Spirits only. ' !Billiur-l Table and Sample Room's. : . i Horses and .Buggies for Hire. ( 'oWick r'oii cote % c'o'i . „ v-- poaches leave daily for Swan Hill, Balranald, Jjuston, Wentworth, anil otlie'r jtilils of tlio Cioloiiies. Win. Buckland, 'Agent 'for Mellibtirne ..'daily iui'd weekly Papers', also,, Riye'riiid Re corder!' and 'Dehiliquin Chronicle.' 'Advertisement's receive'd for above ^papers'. , A^nnt for Colonia^.Fi'ro and Marine ^nsuriuihc Company of New Zealand, ^Capital '£2,000,000 (Unlimited liar j uility). , f . . . , l (l j Koonddook, 'Victoria. — ~ ? ? V ? ROYAb HOTEL, (Next to tlie Railway Station}, kERANG; EXCELLENT accommodation for Com mercial Travellers and Visitors, l Rest Brands of Wines and Spirits onlv , :-, . r „ .. k Horses r,nil . Buggies for Hire. Good Stabling. Kfiiciuut Groom....

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

, Hollotvay's Pills. -^Health or Wealth. — ?' No sane person -would hesitate ail instant in' tho choice between these two conditions.' Now is the sedS6n' to seciil-e the former either By restoring or confirming it.' These Pills expel all iiilpuritibs from' the 3ystem which fogs, foul vapours, arid varikble temp-' ratines endanger during wititer thib medi dine also acts most Wholesomely upon the skin by disgorging the liver of its. accumu- lated Bile, and by exciting tlio killneys to' riiore energetic rfb'tlon ;'it i 11 df eases tho appe-* tito for food, nnd strengthens the digestive process.- Tho stomach1 and' liver, with' which rfidst disorders originate,' are3 fully Undei1 thd dOntrdl dl' th^36 tdg^fleritiVi Pills.'

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

Opening of tlia Presbyt&riaS Church, Euston. Tins Church was dufr oponra dft Eaitor Sundiiy, by the Rev. PL -f. Smith, B.A,, of Wentworth, who preached from the text-, 'Ye are the building of God,' before a good congre gation. The building is a neat, and comfortable one, measuring 32 x 20, ? : ? ..i — i. mr\ ? t l is built of Murray pine weatherboards, lined with the same' material, stained and varnished. It is well lighted up by six windows, with modern appliances for ventilation. The sitting accomoda tion is ample. Tlie whole building will cost £200 when finished, including fencing, and nearly the whole of this amount has been collected. The ground wnff the gift of Mr. J. G. Proudfoot, who also gave liberally to i...:i.i:.. . f ? i Liie uiumiug luuur concert; On. the evening of Tuesday', 10\h inst,, a conversazione to commemorate the opening of the church and to raise funds to wipe off the deficit, was held-. On entering the hall from the dark ness of the night, our eyes w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

TELEG3USIS. Sydney, May lV. The court martial concerning the Tyne and Myrmidon collision concluded yester day. Lieutenant Williamson of the Myr midon was acquitted, but Captain Hoskyn1 frSs fiift'nd guilty of not taking proper precaution to prevent collision, and will forfeit ono year's seniority as commander, and bo severely reprimanded. Rumour has it that the Navigators Islands are about to be annexed by Honolula. The members of the A.M.P ''ocioty have carried a by-law against ponsions' and gratui ties. '? _ Tlio Cabinet have decided to make repara tion to Captain Armstrong for feis removal fr6m Lord Howe's Island. Tho New Zealand Government has do. ciileil to contribute a thousand pounds yearly, /or ten years, towards the Imperial Institute, Tho girls who escaped from the Paramatta Reformatory have been captured. London May 16. The Board of Trado recommended that the number of hoata carried by emmigrant ships bq doubled, together with a large increase of saving apparatus. ! A l-i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The South Kensington Gang (FROM THE AGE.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

The South K?n-3ing.iOa Q-ang: By 'The Vao'ahoni) . (From Tm!: AoE.y . Tlie- republication1 in ' Tlic Age' of lil'ic articles in the London '. Financial N(fwS' oil'' I'lie South Kensington1 GVing' is an event of tho greatest puh ffic importance; Tho loyalty of Aus-' ti-alians at home nindo tliem- vcspect evpvyon® connected with the Indian and' Colonial Exhibition, of. wliiuh the Heir itp'ia- ont w-ns president. Our represen tet&rds- were1 sorely tried.- Faith . wns broken: with the colonial viguerons in) flhe matter of the facilities promised Alien* for' the proper display of their wines. Rnmois of a ' job' reached mn tm-wil!ing ears.- But Wo cduld not be fficvo ifc. Any iniquity inijit be perpe Urated by' a common- Australin.il,. one' ?who owed- his- position' merely to- tlie suffrages of the people ; we willingliy' ?tfeur his reputation' to- pieces. But that' lie whom lioya'ty dnlighted tc Iionor' slioul'd- be- an object- of distrust— — -% Ow loyal souls- slradd'ered. at th...

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

JMY'a:£ald Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of tha' . Munioipal Council was held on Mon- ? day evening. — Present:' Alderman* Cram (in the chair), Grinham, Barlow, Simmouds and Boyuton.- The minutes' of the previous meeting were read and* confirmed. The inward and outward' correspondence was gone through an d! considered, . At circular tfaS rind1 frotH' the Munici pality of Alexandria, wishing the- sup port of the Council' in foi warding the' views of a deputation which is to wait* on the Government in reference to the' advancing of loans' at a low rate of' ? interest, 4 per cent, to municipalities. Aid.- Boynton moved,- and Aid. Simmonds seconded, that the members' be written to asking them to support-' the views of the Council,' when the1 deputation from Municipal bodies wait' on the Minister in regard to the Gov ernment advancing- money to' munici-' palities;- at 4? per cent for rate of in terest. — Carried. The Council CieVk wad' instructed to' wait on Mr. Rowlin...

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

3lciiicmi-ttiv This. rfyort'are aiok Hop Bittora will siirclyiaid' Nature in muking you well when all- else' fails. If ynn'aafe' costivft' or' c1yape'-tic; or arc snfTuriug from any' other of tMo lnim'jroiiB diseases of the stomach or bnwols, it ia ymir own fault if you remain ill, for Ho f Bitters is a sovereign romediy in all aitcli complaints' If you aro Sforvous use Sop Bieters. If you hare rough,, pinply, or sallow slsin, ISatl Breath, paftis and' aohes, anil feels miser-- : aijlW generally, Hop Bitters will give yon fair akin, rich Hood, and sweetest breath ancT heilth'. ; In short they' euro all Bi'a cases ' o f s tfotrme II' Bowols. Bloody Liver, Nerves, Kitlueys,. t/Isea^e:- JCnOO'will lie paid for a oaso-they will not euro or help.- Druggists and Chemists koep. Prosecute tlie Swindlers ! ! If when you call for American Hop Bit i tors (see green txoiy of J I ops on the white laber Mil IJr. & 'aide's name blown b* the bottle), the condor hands out anything but Amerka...

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

Balranald Hospital, A committee meeting of the' abovtf institution was held at McMalion'a Commercial Hotel. on Tuesday even ingf Present Messrs. T. H. BoyntOn,- in ihe' chair, Smith, Wightman, Lobsey, Kidd/ McMahon, and Richardson, Dr. Law son, was-also present. The minutes of the previous meeting; Owing to some misapprehension iii taking down Mr.- Lobsey's motion, iii relation to changing the Visiting Com uiittee's day of meeting, Tuesday ? ; evening's meeting was called instead of' the usual day,- Friday. The next monthly meeting will be held on Friday evening, June I(X Accounts amountin'g to j$5f 16' S; lid/ wore piisseu i or payment. The bank-book was tabled showing « credit balance of £246 12s. Mr. Smith proposed tlia'6 the full carriage be paid in connection wi-h tlief illuminated address forwarded from 4 ' Melbourne,- se'onded by Mr. Ricbnrd sran, and carried. Mr, Richardson ffropoSed,- ft'nd Mr. Wightman seconded, that the secretary : propnre, and. -Iis'nd in a list/of -t'fn...

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

The Little Widow Bi-iggs, A spun of ponies attached to an' eny gront waggon, containing a woman and [; three children,, and- various household goods, halted ofj Grand River: Avenue to have a blacksmith' set a; slioe for ©ie of the' horses. As the woman seemed to be alone, or atlenstto have no man at sight, the smith nsked : — ' Old man sick V ' ? No', sir. I buried hint- un tbo' country a year ago.' . | .' 'ilieu you tire a widow ?' -, ? ' I reckon . I am, and my nanao is Bl-iggs.' j '. Wliich way are you jogging?' ' '? Going south-west — limy be into' I Indiana' I 'Got sick of Slichignjl ?' conSift'Cfcd' the smith, as lie parcel away at the hoof. ...... . ' Well the' State is; good enough,' she 1 sipwjff miswered ; 'some rtiiylity fine-' iland, good scjkiols, ; and toler^tie i weather, but I had to get out where I ! was*, 1 lost a pound' a week- right along. Ifor the last thyee' week-Si' j * Ague?'' ; ' 'Humph £ rd' l'iko: to- see the ague ; upset me ! No,, sir. . My husl and wasn'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Water Conservation. FINAL REPORT. AN EXTENSIVE IRRIGATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 18 May 1887

Water Conservation1. ; 3TNAL- REPORT'.- . An Ex.TEJffiivir IrmioATrow Scheme; The' Water Gonservatfon Ciiminissfon will cotne to an- e«dr, (snys the Sydney corresjiondent of the ' Argus'' of 10th inst)mnd its final, report. will be laid be fore the Legislative Assembly, Tlifl commission has beon in e.viht'ence three years, and its .inquiries have been of the. most: coinprehens*ve cliaraetep;' , '^U parts of the colon y have: Reen ? visited, and information has'also been .obtained in; the course ot visits to the other enj onies. The final report, of which an ad vance- copy has: been .snppfied to . tile . Government,- refers chiefly to' the works recommended fo- constrnntion. Among these projects the only ones possessing anything like a definite nncf complete form, seem to be those wllicS' are |irb posed by 3®r. HV G. M'Kinney, the. en gineer of the commission-, for utilising the water of the ' Kiver Murruinbidget), and portions of the waters of the River Murrai ? The details of the w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

Science. Goal tar. sinco it was discovered |j§p-c the sourso of an almost unlimited variety of thoso very beautiful colors known generally nndcr tho namo of 'analine dyes,' has yielded so mnny strange and now substances under the searching scrutiny of tho numerous investigators whose attention theso brilliant colors havo attracted — much in tho samo way ns tho gaudy flowor attraotB tho busy bee — that no ono is surprised to bear that another wonderful discovery is announced, And yot who would have dreamed of Obtain Incr anrrnrfmm n mlutannn an tmlnviftnrr no coal tar? And Buch Bugar, tool Nothing shown at tho recent Edinburgh Exhibition by the Greenook sugar manufacturers — ex- cellent exhibits— conld equal it. Hero aro some of He properties. It is a white crystal line powder,en3ily soluble in warm water, and it possesses 230'times tbo sweetoning power of tho best cano or beet-root sugar. Ono part of this saccharino dissolved in 10,000 parts of water produces a solution of distinctl...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

For thirty years the avcrago cnlch of lobsters on the Maine coast has been 1'- 000, 000 yojirly.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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