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Sketcher. A Man Overboard. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

Sftetcbetv A Man Overboard. Georgo and I crossed over to tho leo side- of tho dock to soo what was tho matter, aud on looking up wo perceived Huntor gradually making his way out to tho leo yardarm ; his head nlono was visible- to us as wo wero standing forward, tho sail hiding tho rest of his body from us. What was ho doing ? ' Ho is sitting on tho foot ropo, and working his way out to leeward to got hold of that gaakot you boo flying away to tho looward,' said Georgo. ' Ho has managed to lot it go somohow.' '' Como- in,' again roared Mr. Bhodcs. ' Como in ; do you hear?' jl-u& cuo laa tooic no noticu oi wiu uruur, still working out his way to recovor tho gaskot. Finally wo saw him soizo hold of the third lino and begin to work his way lmck with it. Presuming that ho was now all right, Goorgo and I crossed back to tho woathor sido to rasumo our walk ; but wo woro scarcely, ^tboro when a cry from Mr, Rhodes quickly brought us back to our post of observation, 'Hold on, for hea...

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

»-%- ' 0oob stote. ';-'? \ William J. Florence, -in his younger ' flays, was a great spcccbmaker. Oa the least provocation bo would rush before the curtnin, nndliurl expressions of gratitude and promises of a speedy return at the backs of the retreat. ing audience. One evening, when ho was ' doing one-night stands on the New England circuit, a few injudicious auditors wero bold enough to applaud at the fall of the curtnin on the last act. Florence darted from' bo- hind, and bowed to the audience. ' Ladies nnd gontlomen,' he said, 'or fellow towns men, as I may call you, I thank you. Though you may not be acquainted wiui me iam, it was in this old town of New Haven that I lived as a boy. Under the shade of tho col lege elms, and by the side of the old court house, I spent the happiest days of my life. \I see many familiar faces before me to-night Who. were boys with me then. I have met 'with some approbation in my life, but no.' wlieie is it more sweet, and more dear, than i in this ...

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

Briers. An old stone well by a country road, Rough and ratrged and moss o'er-grown ; The dainty pink of a sweet-brier rose. 'Mid delicate hues of green and brown. Sometimes a sunbeam wanders down Through the maple leaves to the rose be neath, Wooed from above by the maple's sheen, And the faintest hint of tho sweetbrier's breath. And over tbe wall a pale tea rose, Fair to sec on the smooth green lawn, Where the sunbeams linger till night has come, From the first dim light of tho carlydawn. ' Dear Fortune, banish tbe gloom from my pathway,' The sweet-brier mnrmurs within the glade. ' Kind Heaven, recall thy lasting sunlight,' The tea rose prays, l; for the brier's shade.' Ab ! one would tire of tbe sweetest music, If the echoing chorda would neTcr cease, Love's sunbeams struggling through thu dark ness, l!riti£ full content and perfect peace. In a paper on the rule of the road from a scientific point of view, Jlr. George Camp bell, a member of the British Parliament, maintains that t...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Postal Changes — In our last issue we notified to our readers that aomo important and happy changes were tq take place in connection with tho ariivah and departures of moils to mid from Balranald, owing to some necessary particulars beiug required flftor tenderers aead in their teudors for tho different coach routes; the contemplated changes have perforce to be held in abey ance; Owinw to preusuro of space iro muat hold over a full account of the play in tho Cricket match gone through yosterduy, between the North and Smith sides of the river teams. This match has from time to time: been put off, and surely on the 24th of May (a g«neral holiday)! wo ought to expect fair and repre sentative numbers of both oppoaiug elevens. Wo wero doomed to a disappointments Al though our sympathies aro with both sides of the river,, we can easily gango the friendly rivalry that does exist by those on either Bide of tho Murrumbidgue, aud such healthy and pleasant enjoyments should- and ou...

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

The Stream of Life. Softly stealing through the thickets, Brightly glancing o'er the green, Cornea a littlo gushing streamlet Clad in robe3 of silver eheen ; Where tho ecented blossoms gather, Wandering in careless play, Now in sunshine, now in shadow, Holding Btill its winding way. Through the meadows sweat with clover, Where is heard the bee's low hum, PaBt green groves from whose cold shadows Songa of joyous minstrels coma; Then o'er rocks, thronch wild renngne* Dark with gloom from tangled pines, Where tmeeen the roving eunbeam Half bewildered faintly Bhinea. Forward through the narrow valley, PreEBing on in wild turmoil, Thence in growing volume harnessed, Forced to turn tho milta ol toil. ? ? ~ Csptivo now in Man's dominion, Gone its early hours of play, Hum of wheels and sounds of labor Bi;e along its onward way. Onward etretching, over stronger Ab its widening course extends, Soon it moves a mighty river That in stately current wends Slowly, calmly, toward the ocean, Broad, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

TELS«34A35S. Sydney, May 24. Out of 21 members only 14 attended the dinner last ni^lit to commemorate the meeting of the present Parliament -if New South Wales. Three are in England, and the remainder were un avoidably absent. Sir Honry Parkes occupied the chair and Sir. John Robert son the vice-chair. The Government has cabled to the ' Agent-General, stating that this cnlony desires no change in the title of our Sni'pl'firtn. IIS llnt.llincv wrinlrl inni-A4«j» the loyaliyof Her subjects here^ — -Mi'.-Jolui-AVi'ijihr, onevof the oldest officers in the Public Schfrf-l--am'vice and training master, Fort-street, died yester day. The Built Relief Ftrnd Iras reached nearly £1 9.000, The charges against Con. Lawyer for breach of the Cyclists Amateur Regula tions, have been dismissed. Robert B'rodie was yesterday* sent' enced to 18 mouths' imprisonment for fraudulent insolvency. Mr. John EuW horse Myrtle, won the Tribune Hunter's prize. ' London, May 2'3'. The political crisis in Paris con...

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

The Major's Farm. Whatever soil is washed up on a shore of tho old Missouri Paver belongs by law to tho owner of tho shore. Sometimes a whole farm changes hands by croEEing tho wicked river in solution. Then tha surveyors put a little crook in tho Missouri on their maps and say tbat it has shifted its coarse. Mr.jor Dagro Buckhinge was born on a littlo farm not far below Omaha, and tho pretty white farmhouse in which he first taw light was not over five hundred feet from tbe river. Until two years ago the Mojor had lived happily on tho farm. -His father and mother were buried on tho side of tbe hill close by, and he could'sco tho red roof of tho school, .vrhero morality and modern ideas were whacked into him, from bis doorstep. When the Mijor wts not in his cornfield ewoaring at tho hired man, ho waB at homo reading tho Bible or'playing'with hia wife and little ones. Ho waa rough, but he was good. When ho was at homo he complained that the Mis?ouri v.-as the crookedest and dirtiest ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ivanhoe Races, IVANHOE, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

Ivanhoe Baces; _.. .... - ; . TvANirniV May 2*. me tlurrt annual innatiiu; of tlin. Ivanhoo' Jbckoy Club1 ciimo off to-day, thoro being about 500 perautiB present with a fair sprinkling; of the fair sex.'! Tho, weather throughout was all that could be wished for. The followi'ig, n-e. the results of the races i — ! ^ MAIDEN I'LA'JEE'. Wild Irishman .,;??'? ... ... t Bloudel ... ? ?'... 2 Tlireo started', Won in a cantor.. : BUNKS' STAKES. Emu' ... .;. .... .... I Cupid! .., .„ , ... ... 2' Olivor ? ?'... 3: Nino startod', won oasily, 1VANH0E HANDICAP. Qucon Klizabeth ... .' ???... 1 Stouobroko ' .... ,,, ... 2* Ailtta ? ? ... 3 ? Kiljht startod, won by a length; Ailia two lengths away third. .TUMPING? KACR Voltaire ? ... ... I Explorer .„ .„. /„ ... 2 Shooting Star ... ... .„ ,3 four started, Planet foil injuring his rider. BRACELET STAKES. Gaslight .„ ? „ 1 Julia ... ., ? 2 Dosmond .. ' ... ? - 9 T?ivo started, won by a length. SELLING STAKES.1 Wild Irishman ... ... ... I Bumpkin .....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"I'll Never Tell." [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

'I'll Never Tell.' BY WM. STnUtnEIlB. I'll never tell 1 Though, girls, you've teased with zest, Tha truth from me you never Bhall compel. Though other girl's such mattora havo con fc-tsed, I'll never fell I What ho said not? Ob, yea ! that, Nell and Boll, I'm ready to declare at your request ! What ho if id eay ? No, no, Ely Bell and Nell 1 Still ho talked not at what yon'd call his best— Yot Beemod his words like drops from B.oauty's wolll— But what thoy were— that, girls, I do attest, I'll never tell. Sir John Lubbock says that ants have a means of recognizing each other not easily explained. Tlie 'recognition is immediate ami complete, even after an absence of a year from (lie nest.' Tlie recognition in human families is r.ot ([iiito so immediate. For instaucc, when nil aunt— a poor aunt— from tho country visits » city nest occupied by rich relatives, after nu absence of ooly six miinllisslie is not rccoiinizod so fiurfdrolv niul impulsively as to mako licr fc«l other llian ft un...

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

Balranald Municipal Council. The ordinary meeting of the Council was held on Monday evening. Present: --Aldermen Close (mayor), Boynton, Griuham, Barlow, and Simmonds/ Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed/ Tho bank book was tabled, and showed a credit bulrtncii of £178 Cs 8d. . Accounts amounting to .£31 4s Sd iVPre passed for payment. *'''- ? ':'?? The inward and outvrurd correspoud 31UO was gone through anil considered.' On the motion of Aid. Boynton, and seconded by Aid. Simmonds, the tender [£13 15s) of H. Podendorff, for work at bop of Muyull-street bs received. — Carried. A loiter waa received from Mr. Lake man informing the Council that pos session of the Old Court House can be taken forthwith. The request of Messrs. Malcolm and Beaty to erect bridge at their premises wus granted. Moved by Aid. Koynton and seconded by Aid. Grinham that the Council of the Municipality of B.tl ranald having taken into consideration the question of water supply for tho tow...

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

A Judicial €riinc« By WrmnE Colhks. Just prior to the American revolution, a Bris tol trader arrived in the harbor of Boston, having one passenger on board. Thia per son was a young English woman named Esther Calvert, a daughter of a ehop-keeper at Cheltenham and nieco of the captain of tho Bhip. Somo years before her departure from Eng land Esther had suffered an affliction associated with a deplorable publio ovent — toIiioVi linrl njinlrnn Vjnr nffnrlimflnf in Vtnv mn tivo land. Free, at a later period, to choose for herself, Bho resolved on leaving England as soon as employment could be found for her in another country. After a weary interval of expectation, the sea-captain bad obtained a situation for hia' niece ub housekeeper in the family of a Mrs. Andcrkid, a widow lady liv ing in Boston. Esther had been well practiced in domcatio duties during tho long illness Iber mother. Intelligent, modest, and sweet-tempered, sho soon became a favourite with Mrs. Anderkin and tho members...

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

B. L. & Debating Society. ? ' — o — ? The usual fortnightly meeting. o£ the above society, was held at the Parsonage on Monday even ing, the 16th inst., when a fair1 number of members assembled- ; thtf President of the society, ther Rev. T. T, Harvey,- occupying the chair'. As We are kindly indebted to one of the membei'3 for a short account of the1 proceedings we are not in that position! where an enlargement of the various' questions brought before the meeting by essays read by individual members1 ' can be fully placed before our readers. Mr. Frank Hart read a paper oa tho subject : ' Will the Australia^ colonies eventually separate from Eng land,' the opinion o£ the essayist being; that in the future such a contingency would become an accomplished fact Mr. Grinham thed gave a recitation! with good effect. Mr. Southee read & most instructive' essay on ' Water/ Conservation.' The author showed! that be possessed a large and varied! knowledge of his subject. Mr. Dani...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
"A L M A." (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER LVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

'ill A.' An . Original Australian ?;? Story, ' \ HAROLD STEPHEN Esq., M.P.. lO*/, NEW. SOUTH WALES. (All Mqhl$ Beictved.) , OHAPTEU LVII.— (CONTisnun.) Ho pressed tha knob aslho spoko, and im. mediately a pieoo of tho moulding flow open, - and a shallow recess was disclosed to _;view. Harry immediately inserted his hand, and draw forth a wig I A common bald wig, such as is in nso amongst aotors for ' old men ' parts. 'By George 1 Tho old villain must have b6en masquerading I I wonder what is to follow 1 A domino nerhans. let's seo.' Tho next diva into tho roccss produced a small tin box, which, on being opened, dis oloBa'd to view a set of pigments for colouring the faco, a hare's-foot, Bomojgum chellao and some hair made up into thick grey eye brows. ? Harry applied himself ones more to tho recess, and waa rewarded this time by a Bmali bundle of letters. ' Now,' said ho, 'am I justified in reading these letters? Doubtless they are merely one sida of flomo amatory correspondence in ...

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

MALCOLM & BEATY, $im% m& £t?ti-ro §lge»to, ^atucrs; gtttcUoncevjs, ami BALKAN ALP. LAND AQENOY. . MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to DRA.W. UP APPLICATIONS 'j Under the Crown Lauds Act of 1884, And puss through the LAJSTD OFJTICE, Also appears at the Local Land Court, And attend to any 'liAND BUSINESS,. - ' . ?_..:,...... Entrusted to them.. .???V-.JT^liTiriformiition and particulars on l-and Matters to lie had from ? ... MALCOLM & BEATY, Balrunuld. ? ??..'? THE ...... ... Australian Joint Stock Sank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITAL— ^500,000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000. Rksehtu Fund— £280,000, HEAD OFFICE : Svdset. iONDOH OFFICE : 2 Kiso. William SiaHET.-'E.C Branches tliroiifjhout Now South Walesand Queens- Jhnd : Agents in all the other Colonies and in Great Iritflin, Amerlcn; India, China ; and- corrospomlont the principal cities of the world. The Bank discounts bills, gtnnts cash credits, makes advances on approved s...

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

fealranald Hotel (TATTERSATJL'S) Mrs: M. J. MtfftPHY SEGS to announces' to hcrfritihtls nml th-s piiblie; that alie h.13 now taken tlio Ebovo well-known Hotel: It will bo licr budwivour tcj comlnet tlio business so Uiat ^lf^ffipoifcin''^i-)teifl i'u MnjlUeuoi-IHiiii' ; bomfort. ,, ; Kvery attention paiil to Bb'irder3 and Visitors. . The largeBt and moat comtiib'dious lioltso In town. lilies, StcvjJ, &''£irtrHg it i\\i , $t$t fgrnn&s always in £twfc. fcirst-class Stabling. Billiards. M. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. Commercial Hotel, __ M'MAHON BROTHERS, Frufrirtors. MESSRS. M'MAHON BROS. l.eR to notify to Mm pulilie of Bnl i'aiiHld »ml district., tlmt they liiive taken tha hIjovh well-known Hotel, and hopB by gi-mij; every attention, to Writ a fair Rimre of Riipport. Every iiccummodution, (with liomn 6onifort8. Sample Rooms for Cofflinercinl Travellers, ^ Good Billiard Table'; First class Btiibling^ Accommodation; Best Brands nlwavs kept; M'MAHON SrOS. Royal Hotel, -, COU...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

ThE Adelaide ^.correspondent to- the ' Argus' has the following :; ? It in understood that a serious ditfienliy has occurred in connection with the carry ing :out of the Mildura ~ Irrigation Scheme.. It is si\id;t,hat live New South Wales 'Governmt-nt-oHject to witter lieing taken from the' Murray, and , the llito: .lesBoe of. the Mi'uuiu country, olliims .the payment of heavy compensa tion jjbefore irrigation is- begun,. Mr. Ghufniy is pspectcd in Adelaide daily— ' 35 ' tho foregoing information ;?-.' turns out. to he;C()i'rect^a most wideHsproad fueling; of regret wilV be- occasioned throughout these Ctili)iiie-i..' But Hnroly the Arictniiun Government would novel1 , liuve- 'entered arid concluded negotia tions ? with thei M«bsis, (JhalRfy unless they had gmirdud agniimt futui't) con tingencies; likti these referred to' in the 'Ai1gusi'''ah(l.' wired 'by that juiiruul'a Adelaide ?coiTespondpnt^ If huoIi .in formation .should; be,, but too true, it will lie i pneYof;.t.he greatest ...

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 — 25 May 1887

PASTORAL BalranalcL — o — Riverina Recorder Office^ TueBilav Evonintr. The weather during the past week has Been' of tlio changeable order, cold and showery, with a number of bracing Bunny diiys; In fact, no hotter or more favourable weather could be exporicuced at this time of the year.. The country looks splendid and hopes consequently are of the pleasant Kind.. There' are no. stock movements, to- chronicle this week- ' : ; ? Bivors— llurrumbidgeo— GuniTagi', 3ft Ginr Hay, 2ft Gin; Waggu, 3ft; Balranald, 7ft lin; Darling— V\ ileannia, 18ft lOin ; Men fiidio-;27ft; Poqncarie, 23ft 8in;~, Went worth, I2ft Oihu Murray— Euston, Oft 4in j: Ecliuca, 3ft Gin ; Wahguuyah, 2ft ;, Swanc Hill,. 5ft 10in-. Albnry, lft dim Wixt llibettmt Jlecorber WEDNESDAY, 25ra MAY'..

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

Larrikins and the LashV Tlie term ''larrikin'' has- passed1 info' our vocabulary, (says tho 'Age') thanks- to its author, good old Sergeant Dalton. Whenever used th« express ion is well understood^ and he must be a very now arrival indeed who does Hot comprehend its meaning. In- like man ner' ' larrikinism' has become a class of offence distinguishable by its name and may be understood to cover al most as a great a variety of charges as tlmt very convenient phrase upon which ! |joiiut?inuu uwver iiur 10 rriy, rx|*iea.sen jin the words 'insulting behavior' Like 'charity,- which covereth'a multitude of sins, 'insulting behavior' may be said to comprise everything' s|)ecifi«d in the Police Offence Statute uud almost every thing which is nt-t, ' Lavrikinisni,'' ' however, tiiough widely understood, iu idicntes no offence which may lie'Iesftlly |so described. The word finds no place jin the statute' book.- Nevertheless,- its application is-abont as gonpral as* the equally fiimilnr pli ra...

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

Saint JSliziibctlL I . Saint Elizabeth, laden with bread, I Sceka hor people soro bcBtcad I With hanger heavy and long. H Homo rode Louis with jost and song: I 'What bearcat thou, Elizabeth? I Hast thou no courtier left, ? , Of knights are thou bereft ? I Nay, blush not, my Bweet love ; I Nay, tremble not, my dovo,. . - I Unfold thy robo that 1 may bob' I. . What thou doBt bear ao seorotlv.' ? __ With sweetest shame and oheekB ol red, . H ' Forth sha showed her atores of bread; H ' Lolnaught his oyes doth greet ???-??' B - But rarest flowers full meet . H - For hands and brow so aweet. H ' Ah, fair saint, ah, sweet Iovo, M Mino eyes oan sea tho Dovfl B Alight on thy fair golden head, ? B ' Taming thy bloom again to bread.'

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A Trip Through Riverina No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 25 May 1887

A Trip Through Riverina, No. XL (SSViWfiY Mail K epoh.teh,)' i LiK6' Mr: Bertie Austin, of Murglin, Sfr.- T. Stoclai't,. manager of the aclj ? ?in- ', ins* stn.tiorf,_ Bundyulumblali, had un fbrt'untately^niet with nn itccid'ent jxvst previous to my visit, so that I consid ered1 it lietter not to accept his cordial fivvftat'ibn to remain for a few days cUiYd' Vie shown rouiid-the country. The sta tion- homestead is -itd^lirably fiuii'ft fb\r coolness during tlio sumnie', and at gvoseivt great exertions aro being made IAS iui ui tin II ii ii^avu wi\i H'vl ltl'11' Jiiio is to be done by moans of a lar^e tank near tile liouso and wiiftlhvilT, rtwdi if gUbcessfiit tlio pvinYsfpfty at' iiM'i^iifl'.i will be- extended to cultivation pad docks-- Bundyulumblali belongs to tlie Hon. Bavid Moore, and contains 50,000 acres freehold and about tlio samcv ex tent of Crown lands. Last seasons' clip was better by far than, tliose of Aiany years past, but the lambin-» was lielbw the average, the ewe...

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