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MY FRIEND JARVIS. A STORY TOLD BY AN OLD MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

MY FRIES© -3 Ml VIS. - A SlOBY TOLD BY AS OLD MINISTER, When I was a student ot divinity, my ohum was Jarvia Blair. Ha vtaa a thin, dark man, with long features and sunken eyes, active, but silent ; that is, aa far aa chit-chat went, though there were times when he could talk long and well. I waa fat, short and roBy. 1 liked cheerful subjects, and contemplated Heaven with the eyes ot a vivid, yourg imagination. Jams, on the contrary, had Dante-like visions ot an Inferno. He thought all sorts of gayetiea deadly sins. I thought it a man's duty to be oheerfal, aud regarded the ordi nary meana - ot amusement with favor. I could not Bee why piety should go hand in hand with a detestation of tho good things ot this world, while he waa always denying and forbidding himself somothing until his diet got to be very littlo moro than bread and water, and hia bed a Btiff mattress, with in sufficient eoveriDg. ' To h'o soft' was in his eyes a crime ; to find pleasure in the taste ot tood another ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

OiK the 21st dHy of Juno Queen Victoria- will have reigned 50 years. We-tuke this- opportunity of bringing under tho notioe of. the inhabitants of Balranald and' district,, a- oftreer that stauds out prominently among. the long roll ofkings and qiieens that have had the privilege of tiionarohioul ruling in the Kingdom known us- the United. However far - may be- the- differences that may separate individual opinions ns to the wisest und best forms of Government, we it re not to ent «» i«pnnr but we may'siiy that iu no portion of :tho world will Queen Victoria's JubiUio lie upheld with more sympathetic -warmth than ,in the United Stules of America, where lespect is shown und good will engendered towards all who 'rightfully inlu aud establish tendencies of good and sound Government. We must judge by intuition, und taking o Burned and rat her hasty glancu over Ilia pust 00 yours u£ Viutoriu's reign, wo can see a n timber of icntisea for - re joicing and also h -number for.: sorrow ing} ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAD TO THE LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

A MESSAGE FROIVi THE DEAD TO THE LIVING. Dkamatic Fekson'.i; : Dejected Youth. Tranquil old man. Scene — A lonely spot in tho Laurol Hill Cemetery. Tranquil Old Man discov ered, sitting iu meditation 011 a tomb stouo. Entor Dejected Youth, with heart bowed down and plunged into a gulf of dark despair. Dejected \ oinii : Hero I will end it all. From this appropriate place my lib erated spirit shall take its (light to tho Unthinkable up. Hero shall thoy find my untenanted clay and bury it with tho unknown dead ; and in after days, it may be, she will pass niv' grave, bestowing a glance of unconcern upon tho stranger's tomb. It is better so— and yet, now at the last 1 would not have it. so. liy somo strango instinct. I feel impelled to leavo her ono last message— to speak to her as it wero out of the night of oblivion, re lating tho awful consequences of her per fidy aud kindling forever in that icy heart the inextinguishable hand of a just re morse. (l'oreeives Tranquil Old Man.) Hit ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

BUTTON BROS., Coach Proprietors, AND SWAN HILL. BALRANALD TO HAY, Monday '... 10 a.m. 'Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Friday ? r. 5 a.tii.' BALRANALD TO WENTWORTH. - Monday ... ... 7 p.m. 'Wednesday ... 7 p.m. Saturday ... ... 7 p.m. ' SWAN HILL TO WENTWORTH. Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Saturday ... ... 5 a.m. PERMEWAN, WRIGHT and Oo. (Limited), BALRANALD, Have for Sale — Oats, Brait, Pollard, Chaff, Salt, Wire. MALCOLM & BEATY, Agents, Notice. g_^OR SALE at the Recorder OfEco ?« Impounding Act, ' - Diseases ih'Shbep Act, : - New Land Act. Timo -Pay mont Forms, i TraiiBfur Forms, Real Property Act, Mortgage Forms, Real Property Act, Bills of Sale Forms, Power of Attorney Forms, Forms and Directions for making WillB Indenture Forms. Monthly Report Forms; : Lease Forms (Real Property Act)) . Ownors Rabbit Journals, Rabbit Act, Brands Act, ; : Notice Forms-of oxistenoe of Rabbits, Application Forms for Subsidy, Travelling Statement Forms. Travelling Sheop and Cattle Act, Shearing Agreement Form...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

LOCAL NEWS. Owincj to pressure on our apnea, we havo to leavo over several matters of local audi general interest. The Mayor (Aid. Close) particularly de sirea - that the lists sent out for collections for the Bulli Disaster Fund, will be returned with tho amount collected without furthor delay, he being anxious to forward the sum collected at once to ttie Syduey Committed; We aro glad to notioo that Mr. F. W. King, so long and favourably known in this district, ha3 just received merited promo tion as Rabbit Inspector iu the Tiboobtu ra district. Mr. King, who has for tlio! past few mouths been loeated about tho Broken IIHl, will enter' on his dnlies in his new spliero at an early date. Mr. AYoher who lately oecupicd tho poMi tion of appraiser of pastoral holdings in this district, lias we learn, been appointted . man ager of Arumpo station, in the Wcntworth district, Composition' jiist' being vacated by ?Mr. M. M-'Donald. ' Mr. Price of the Harbours and Rivers Department has just m...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MY VEILED CLIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

SV1Y VEILED CLIENT. Afc tho timo of tho incident I am about to rolato, I was a young solicitor, with no very considerable practice, and tlioreforo not always so discrcot 03 I might liavo beon, had I been able to pick and chooso my clients. My business hours were ostensibly from ten to five ; but tho fact of my houso adjoining tho oflico made ine subsorvient to fcho wishes of tho public beyond tho timo stated on tho brass plato afc my offico-door. In fact, it was generally affcor business hours that my most profit able clients came ; and though I can say I rofused many a timo tho agency of some shady business, still, I must confess with regret that onco or twice I found myself unwittingly involved in transactions which I would havo much rather left alone. Ono of theso I ha'vo occasion to remember too woll, and I can never think of it but I thank Providence for saving me from becoming an accomj-lico unwittingly in a most audacious piece of imposture. I was interrupted one night at tea...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

General News* A return, pi epared by the Govern ment shows 'hat since ISS^ihe num ber of conditional pi'r-:b,-s-es has beeen ..9,2i-S, representing- 1,722.4?-1 ucres : on' whi-ih £180,301- has been )'. tid as ' de pofii'fli , The area d i-;.i 'lowed by - the tiaiid B»i-'-da was 351,051 aores, and the money refunded ;£;!G,709t, . , At a JLJi'iiijiiet given to the Uolonial Delegates in Si. George's Club, Lon Am, I «t- month. Mi'. Alfred Deakin, : (iu belnitf ut - lie Australasian: colonies, expi i'-srd' birt sincere appreciation of the (i'-neron'J way ; in - which tho Duke, of Ciimbi'ii.i;,'o had. proposed the toast of t' Tho Cul'onisrs,' und added that it was stfong'y ; nccessary that the- colonies sl'OdW. by eve»y means in their power, cuT'ivate a t borough- mutual confidence. As fur as good feeling wus concerned, i l, he-delegates were- fairly overwhelmed i with the kindness they had received; i but regarding real knowledge of the as pirations of the colonies an absolute,: - i thou...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

[?] Sydney, May 1 It Tho Opposition mtfots to-day to eelocfc n loader. Mr. Gnrvan is tho only namo men tioned, and ho decliues. Sir Alfred Stephon will movo to-morrow for tho restoration of tho Divorce Bill to tho business paper. Mr* McMillan will move in Assembly cgainst an inctcaso of routs assessed by local Land Hoards. Tho Government have by civcnlar solicited tho corporation of all societies in carrying out a general illumination on Jubilee Day £2840 wore oollected last night towards tho completion of tho northern portion of St. Mary's Cathedial' Four inchos of rain havo fallen In S^drtey in four days. ^ The Mayoress, yesterday, laid tho founda tion slono of tho now markets in Suittox-st. Ti»o opponent to Mr. Wiso for Souoh Syd^oy will be selected fi omMessrs. Norton, Traill and Cbsorue. Hudaou Dios, havo purchased from Hud son Bros. Company their lledferu and Bfcib urst propoi lies for £51,000. The P. and O. aud Oiionthavo acoepted-a final offer for tho convoyauco of ifteriltf...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
IT WAS SO SOUTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

IT WAS SO SOJTHINC. Parishioner—' Oh, Mr. l'roaohwell, I was so charmed with your last sermon. I want to thank you.' Mr. rreochwell — ' Thank you, madamo, suoh appreciation pleaEes mo.' Parishioner—' 'It waa most soothing. I 'lcpt through it all.' ? S88 ^

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Tea Meeting at Moulan in [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Tea Meeting at MoulartMn. On Wednesday afternoon theSunduy School scholars in connection with the Presbyterian Church, Moukiuein, were invited to nn afternoon lea by the Misses JM'Veun, Mooloomoon. Ai 3.30 the children Rut down to tea in the Sessions House,- where a most ample and tempting variety of good things were displayed on the table. From the gleam of joy on the faces of , fhe youngsters one saw ut once that they were enjaying thomselves. Eucli child bfpngtft sone Sowei-8/- according to ' in ssfUctions, in order that their taste for the beautiful might be , stimulated. After tea half an hour wub spent in games in ; which all took part. Then thon'.th'ey gathered together in the cliu'-oh to hear u word, of couusll from the minister, ? und .: especially to recei vo prizes .for regular attendance ut the Sabbuth SchooL After singing one of thpir sweet hymns at the request of the Misses M'Veaii, Mrs. Liu ton distri buted - the .prizes. Among the prizes were bibles, books, pocketrkn...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
WITH THEIR LITTLE HATCHETS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

WITH THEIR LITTLE HATCHETS. One of tho sanitary squad of the polioe forco was up Mullett street tho other day when an old gray-headed oitizen acooBted him with : ' Maype you like to ootoh Bome pad boys, eh?' ' If I see any bad boys I shall oortainly oatoh them,' replied the offioer, ' I ootoh some for you now.' ' wnero v The old man beokonod him to tho side gate and around tho house. In the baok yard were four cherry trees loaded with the red fruit, and in the branches of every tree was a boy from eight to twolvo years of age. Guarding the trees were two dogs, and that thoy were anxious for boy meat was plainly shown by their aotionB. 'Whon did you oatoh 'em?' asked tho offioer. ' Six hours ago. If you doan' want 'em I guess I leavo 'em up till night. If some poys like cherries it vhas too badt to pring 'em down.peforo ho vhas full.' Tho officer wont away and left 'em roost ing high. ? ?

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Junction Hotel Races. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Junction Hotel Races* The above races came off at Linnett's Junction Hotel on the 24th and 2oth ult., and were in every way of a most enjoyable kind, nnd visitors expressed themselves as delighted with their visit, while tho satisfactory manner in- which Mr. Linnett hail provided good things in the way of eatables and drinkables loft nothing to bo' desired, -showing tho gonial ho»t of the Junction' Hotol to possess qualities for catering, to hungry and thirsty bouIs of u happy kind.- Tho doublo duties of sturtor and judge, of tho difturent racos gavo the utmost sat isfaction in- Mr. M 'In tyro's hands, whilo the weighing out, of Mr. Siov wright wns in every way satisfactorily curried out.- The utteuduueo was u capital one( und the enjoyment Was i heartily entered into by every one,- and I seeing that there was no representative 1 guardian of the peace on the ground, it ? reflects great credit on the orderly way in which everything passed off.- The ? racing was good and the- finishes...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
novelist. "ALMA." AN ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN STORY, (All Mights Reserved.) CHAPTER LIX.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

- ; movelfst. /'ALMA.' -.-Ah Ohiqinaii Austealian Story, * , ' by i HAROLD STEPHEN, Eeq., M.P. ' ' Off HEW 80UT1I WALES. ? - (All Rights Reserved .) CHAPTER LIX.— (Con knued ) ~ ; ?; In Ootober, 185 — , you were ic tho employ ofFreoman and Truelove, the solicitors ?' 'Iwaa.' 'As confidential olork to Mr. Freeman,! : ' ? believe?' 'Yes.' 'Now, sir, be good enough to look at that deed, and tell tho court whether the signa ture of Thomas Sumner, which appears as witness, was written bv vou or not?' Thsro was breathless silence in court whilst the witness bent over tho deed, osten sibly for tho purpose of examining it, but in reality to gather force for tho coup d'etat which ho moditated. At last he raised his head, and, looking Mr. Curtis fairly in the face, said : 'I per-, feotly remember that deed— it was engrossed and witnessed by mo. That iB my signa ture.' ' What 1' thundered the Professor, whilst Mr. Cnrtis fell back on his seat, as if struck by lightning, and the wildest excitem...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, JS'tocfc «tut Station: §Vtfcni& 9ftoJufr& SUulionm'.s, am* gftmtf greats, BALKAN A lb I-. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Aro prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, And piss through the ? ; X-AJSTD OFFICE, Also uppears at tho Local Land Court,-' And attend to any JL AN © BUSINESS , Entrusted to them Full information and particulars on1 , Xand Matters to he had from MALCOLM & BEATY, Balranald. THIi Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITAL— £500, 000, with power to increase to £1, 000, 000. SK3ERTK Fu.vu— £280,000, HEAD OFFICE : Sydney. JCONDOX OFFICE : 2' Kiso William Btrkrt, E.C Bnwtchca throughout Now South Wales and Queens land : Agents In all the other Colonics and in Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principal eftfea of the world. Tho Bank discounts hilts, grunts cash oredits, makes advances on approved, security, negotiates prod...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

ft Balranald Hotel I (TATTERSALL'S) Mrs. M. J. MURPHY @.fr N ? uO&t Mii®l®0S40,«!iunj«ice.to her f fleiiija and tho li^' nowtiilten' tllo 'above weil-kiiown Ilotol. ?'!(, will l-o her ~ OUileaVnW' to comlutX thi* .Imumm'*?? k'- tlint It iiiay-ooinpMu faviiuraljly \Yitr._'!ie-ading Metropolitan Hotels in attructivcucBa and comfort. Every attention paid to Boarders and Visitors. The largest and most commodious house in town. S&ittfS, & £]nvits i i( the granite always in j?tocfc. first-class Stabling. E'illiuvds. M. J. MURPHY, PioprictreBB, * AMEETS' Commercial Hotel, __ M'MAHON BROTHERS, . PliOPRIfcTOIlS. Messrs. m-mahon bros. beK to notify to tho public of Bal ranald and district, thai they Lave taken th« above well-known Hotel, and hope by giving every attention, to merit a fair share of support. Every accommodation, with home comforts. Sample Rooms For Commercial Travellers. Good Billiard Table. First class Stabling Accommodation. Beat Brands always kept. M'...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Eherina Meconlcr Office, Tuesday Evening. TlTe weather dnring tho past week, has been alljithat could be desired Tor outdoor operations. Wo have not received any ro turns of lambing percentages throughout tho district ; but would be glad if the stations surrounding-Buli-anald and out back, would forward? such roturns. Vio are Bure that porceaiaex0aswill show satisfactory increases. Stock Movements.— 8,000 sheep (Devliits) from Victoria for Waggu, crossed at Swan ' Hill on Friday. M 'Lean in charge. Rivers. — Gundagni, 3ft; Wagga, 3ft; Hay, 2ffc ; Balriuml/l, Gffc. Wilcannia. l'Offc 2in ; Menindio, 2lift lin ; Pooncarie, 23ft 9in ; Wcntworth, 12ft 2in. W ahgunyuh, 2ft lOin ; Echuca, 7ft ; Swan Hill, lift 2in ; Eusttci) 5ft 7in ; Albury, 2ft Sin. ^Ite glifcermn jtemte WEDNESDAY, 1st JUNE..

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Passengers by Coach. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Passengers by Ooach. Arrivals. From SwangHill— May 19— Miss Minna luui. 22 —Miss O'Keofe, (2)24 — Mrs. Mur doch. 27— Messrs. Bobbins, and M'Kenzio.. 29— Mr. Macpherson. 31 — Mcbs.b. Archer and M'Millan. DKI'ARTimES. To'Swan Hill — May 17 — Messrs. Tircnnon, Cummiug, (2 ) M isses Cook, Howartli. 19— I'l-. Archer. 22- Messrs. Cram, AJaophorsen, Sedgman. 23— Messrs.. Eowliug aud Lord. 29— Mr. Robbing, and Mrs. M.J. Murphy. 31— Mi-. Carrie. To li'aniioe — May 25 — Mr. Berthon, and Miss Evans. 29 — Messrs. Mansfield, Budley, Miss Gibbon.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Notices SA-LfeANALD DISTRICT; MR. H. S. M'MAHON notifies that lie litis bei-ii nppointi'd Agtillt for tlie Amalgamated- Shearers 'Union of Australasia, lor the nliuve -district; U. S. M'MAHON, Union Office, Buli-uuiild. Etatriinuiti Hospital. A PPLI CATIONS are invited for tlie A position, of COLLECTOR to the Bali'iuiuld IIoHpitnl. Particuliirs of duly and nmount of bond necbssary to be obtained from the Secretary. - Applications to be in not later than 8 p.ui. on 'Wednesday, 8th JnnB. J. CRAM, Secretary. PaddofeMng. I AM prepared to receive a 11 limber of HORSES in the Racecourse Paddock. Secure fence and- good yard. Terms on application to T. H. BOYOTON; LeSSee: [SCHEDULE 10.] Pastures and Stock Protection Acts. ? NO'tIC-E., OF APPOINTMENT OF -RECEIVEUS OF SCALPS. 'VTOraOE is lioi eby givStf tiiat tho B8,\bd' i.^1 of Dikf.ctorS for the district1 of Ivanhoe, acting under the above-named Act, have appointed all Station Managers and l\abbit Inspectors (iu the Ivanhoe district), to re...

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Poetry. PALMISTRY. CHARLES L. HILDRETH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

poetiw - -- PALMISTRY. onlBLES Xi. niLDRKTII. ?? Sweet, lot me read this littlo palm ! .v. Perchance 'tis true, as sagea Bay, . . Ihat there Is written many a oharm To draw the tatare'a veil away. I press tho dainty finger-tips — 'Tis a preliminary part ; ? And hold them softly to my lips— - 'Mb a requirement of the art. Here runs tho life lino, long and deep : Few crosses on its snowy plain ; Ah, seldom, swoet one, mayst thou weep, ; . And seldom know the touoh of pain 1 And hero tho lino of wealth I soo, Iiost in a border lino abovo; If I know aught, that liuo should bo Tho sign o! truo and peifcot love. Ay. fall aoross tho palm it curves, And side by side with lifo it' tends ; ? It never falters, never swerves, And only with the life it ends. ? And here anothor humbler line 1 ' 'Tis that of ono -who loves thee dear ; See how it followeth close to thine, - ' Yet dareth not approaoh too near. ' - Yet, stay 1 they touoh— they line with his— - Look where the fateful symbols meot 1 Su...

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A Modern Miracle. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

A Modem Miracld The following interesting and instructive letter from a widely-known and respected gentlemen who has been very near to death, will be read with interest. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER, fens^— For threo years previous to May, isSG, I gradually failed in health, without knowing tho cause. I consulted the best physicians 4n Ballon, Creswick, Climes, Sandhurst; Kynetou, and Melbourne ; they gave different names to my trouble, but none bf them helped me, and gradually failing iu KtrenL'tli, it was only natural that I became Somewhat discouraged. My symptoms were pallid face with, yellowish tinge, swelling of tiie face and ankles and legs, especially at jjjjrj)t — they wero puffy, and could tie dented with the finger. My appetite was very ca pricious, did not relish my fnod, and what I atf seemed to dome no good; My uniio was Filled With sediment, aud covered with an irridescent sciim; Every night I had to nsb several times to urinate; ( In fact, I had no rest day ot.night...

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