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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

?JOHN CULLENj 'Junr.; ' Proprietor: jLlIRST dlaB8 accommodation for Com ™- mercial men wid families'. t'dmmtSdioua Btablea and attoritive grtjom. Best Wiiies und Spirits only: Billiard Tilble and Sample Rooms1. Horses Slid Buggies for Hire; , bFFICE FOR COBB & CO: Coaches leave daily for Swan Hill; Balriiiiald, Euaton; Wentwdrth, and other parts of tho _ ? ' ; Colonies: ROYAL HOTELi (Keit to tli 9 fiaiiway Station); EEEAKG: EXCELLENT accommodation for Com* mercial Travellers aud Visitors. ^ Best Bi-aiiilS of Wines arid Spirits only ... Horses anil,. Buggies for Hire: bood Stabling! EQicieut Groom. j, Coacllfts leave daily for Koondrb'ok and Echucii. P. b'DONtfELL; 'V- ? Hi i ' ' ' Proprietor; e Hie Address— Ntiit ill tiio Eaiiway Statibd; Korang; KER&NO TIN SHOP: W F: BROWN) 'i'iriBmith, Plumber,' Gnsfittolj Bellhangfji, arid Authorised Waterlayer; WELLINGTON ST;; KERANG: JUST ARRIVED — A llifgd and assorted Stock of Tinware, Lairipftaro; etc.* livery description of ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Menindie Lakes and the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

The Menindie Lakes and the Unemployed. (Sydnisy Mail Reporter.) Several months ago, when the unem ployed agitation was just as strong as at present in Sydnoy, some heaven-born genius suggested to the Government that a great deal of the surplus labour could be employed iu conserving the water in the Menindie Lakes. Accord ingly, reports were called for, the lakes inspected, und the scheme pronounced feasible. Over 100 of the unemployed were dispatched from Sydney, being provided with free passes to Bourke by rail, and from there to Menindie by steamer. They were also given tents, tools, etc., and were to receive 5s per day and overtime. A Government superintendent, with pay-clerk, a higli SMht-ii'd s ocial constable, and others, to I lie .ii'iii'jer of half-a-dozen, and five off ? l.e VVenrworlh snagging party .brought: the total number up to about 130. The I..l-ea are ufrnnted two mile# from und consequently :.re quite clows to t.i'c Dailiug; 'What benefit it wo'-kl be to onserve wa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Euston. May, 25, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Euston. (From otntovrif CoBRESPOtfDENr.) May, 25, - in consequence of our long-uillted of Queen's Birthday races, the -town hus shovm a somewhat moro lively appear ance for ther last few days than is usually the case, a good number of visitors from tho hack country having ?put in an early appearance in order to join our sports, About £30, more or less were soon collected, and with that a very satisfactory programme was framed, and racing commenced about 1 o'clock j the tirst being a Maiden Plate in which four horses took- part, but Cobby getting away with the load, maintained her position to the finish, 'Paddy' gelling second place. Iu the Hiinclicup the same number of horses started, and wus pulled off by ' Don,' with ' Creamy ' second, A Hurdle Race was to have beon the next, but for some reasons a first-class Scrubber race was snlis'.ituted, with ' Copper Top ' first and Bluck Gin' second, six horses started. In tlie Trotting R:ice, 8' horses came to the post, and resulted in an ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mount Wycheproof. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Mountf Wyclieproof. (From dvii Oivn CohrespiJSden'?./ May 26. On Tuesday the 24th May, the sixty-eighth natal duy of our Sovereign Qui-en Victoi-iii, wus noted f-Jr it's quietness here in consequence of no sports being held; the people mostly travelling to Char ton and Bungelluke North, where athletic sports were held. and which proved iii each case to be fuirly successful. Sports will be held at Wyclieproof on the 21st June, the Queen's Jubilee day, when the grand programme pcit forward for that day is anticipated1 .to liave a good many spec tators to witness the niiir.y events. WYCHEPROOF POLICE' COURT. Wednesday, 25th May. (Before .Mr, G.' W. Campbell,' JP.M., and Messrs.' J.- J. Ryan, jr.* JB. Fore man, and J. E. Cutts, J.'sP.) W. Rattray v J.'Louqhran — ZSToglec-' tjrig to destroy,, rabbits on his land. Fined £2 and £\ costs.;. Same v. W. H'. M'Kelvie— Neglec- ting to kill rabbits on his land also supplemented by a claim of ^12 10s for hire of men to clear the land.' Mr. II'. S...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Lake Boga. (ViioM OUR OWN CoimESrONDENT)' ? . . May 23.-. . The first of a series of annual picnics ill' connection with Lake Bona school,', took place oil Saturday, 14th iiist., and was iii; every wayt a decided success., The' day, was all. that could bej desired alid as the site chosen was well Adapted fm' Dicriic snorts.' d larmi arirl nnnre diative attendance wiis the order of the'' day., Mrs. Powell, the local teacher ?worked hard the whole of the day iii' looking after her flock, and attending to tho children's sports,' iri which duty slie was ably assisted by Messrs. Wyse/ HUghes, and Mcintosh. . Several race's wer'e arranged for' the. boys and girl£ for1' which there wis large fields ancj' good contests. The .catering, which' wasspr'ovided by the local ladies', was' simply superb,- arid the way iii whicli'' tlie geod thiiigs disappeared was' ample' pro'of' that the, repast met1 with the' dritu'e apprqval of the* pleasiire-seekers' 6ver 200 childreii aiid adults sat dowrij to...

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

.PROVIDENCE Kelps those who help .themselves. Nature haspro-J vided herI-s,.(or the cure of Human ailments, and medical science ht-s discovered their healiny powers/, and the proper, combination necessary to conq-ier disease. Tlie result of these discoveries and combina tion is — .. . , A .... Dr. BelFs Bitters '-For many years it has been tested in severe eases oi. Kidney and- Liver Diseases,' Malaria, I)\Rpep!»ia, In diireition, Wcakm-ss, lassitude. &c., and \nvu^i ililv it. haa jfiven. relief and cure. Thousands of testimonials, have , been tfivcii.' it most popular where best known. I-AILY & MOTMiY EVENTSV Heatlacho.— The Stomach i^ disordered. CJcanse and settle it with Dr. Bell's Bitters, Indigestion.— Start the Secretions of the Stomach with. Dr. Bell's Bittere. , . , Jnndjce.— Blood ? i poisoned by Bile. Correct the ' Ijverby usinfrDr. Bell'8 Bittere. , -,\ ^ Lopa of Appetite. — Tlie stomach is failing*. Fint' clcanse it; then-tone with Dr. Bell's Bitter*. t ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Another Sheep - Shearing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Another Sheep - Sheading Machine. , A n(^\v slieep-shearirig niaclii'rie has beeu invented lit Murrurundi by Mr.' Sell, a fitter at the lical locomotive de])6t (says the 'Murrurundi Times'), arid it is very likely to cre/ite a sensation in' the pastoral world.' The ma'shine is designed to work by means of com-' pressed air, and is almost perfected ; it is small; perfect,' and regular, and so simple that oveti a child could work i't. On' witnessing its' work and examining its' construction,' pne is Surprised to' think that the machine was not invented long ago.' To' Mr.' Bell belongs the honour of the invention; whilst' Mr.' Jones, a mechanical engineer who came from Sydney to construct the models, is ? entitled to great praise for the manner in whicli' he Has performed his \Wk. It was the latter gentleman who' was engaged upon the' construction of Mr.' Wolseley's sheep - shearing machine,' which receiyed great praise the other day iri Sydney, and which was so fa vourably reported up...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Cricket NORTH SIDE V SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Oricketi North side v south The final contest for tho Creswick Chullengo Cup wus pliiyed on Tuesday, the 24th ult.- The opposing teams had not thoir full'1 strength;- only seven wielders- of the willow doing battle for thb' North1 nnd South sides of tho river respectively.- Tho toss beiilg won by Lobsey, (North), nguinst W. Armstrong, (South) the former captain elected to go to tho wickets M'Colough and Raecko, hand ling tho willow, these batsmen being opposed by tho' trundlors — Stooko and W. Armstrong.- Tho umpiring being left in- the capable hands- of Messrs. Mncphersoti and Meldrutni M'Colougli taking strike from Stooko). but the1 wicket being ' entirely u bowler's/ M'ColO'iigh was Sent to the fight-about with an undeniable ball frottl the sta-' tionite ; Lord going out to st eth the' opposing trundling, gettiiig Stooke td h-quuro leg for 3 rather uppish; Raecko afterwards getting a lucky 2 in the slips off the samo howler, Lord placing Wi Armstrong for 1; Raecko also lifting th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Clare Police Court. MAY 27. (Before Messrs. E. L. Rowling, P.M., and John Lindsay, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Clare Pblice 0-9i3rtii . ' May 27/ \ (J?efol'o Messrs. .E. L. Rowling; P.M., und John Lindsay, J. P.) Robert Biuiiie, . Henry Hobson, and James McCormick were charged that they, on the 11th day of. April, 188-7, at (Jol Gol station, unlawfully and knowingly, by a certain false pretence, did attempt and endeavor to obtain of and from one Ernest Edward Hudson, manager of Gol Gol station, the sum of 2s, the monies of one John Hunter Patcrson,- with intent to cheat and defraud. Tho following evidence was taken Constable' Simpson' deposed :: On Wednesday, the 18th of May, I appre hended- the prisoner, James McCor mick, now before the court, by virtue of warrant under the hand and seal of W. B. Gayfer; Esq;,- a/- Justice' of the Peace for the' colony of New Soutlr Wales,- on a1 charger of- false pretence. I read the warrant to the prisoner, who merely fttflfewered :? 'Yes; it is rather a nasty position for a' married man to' be in.' On the 19th May,- by warrant issued by W. B: Gayfer, Esq...

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

lab.tes' Column. . I Her Face and Her Fortuno.— A young mnn marries n girl who hns a pretty faco, and thinks he has a wife and homo, when in rcnlity ho hns neither. Iter prottv faco gets to bo an old story, or becomes faded or freckled or fretted, and ns the face was oil ho wanted, all he paid atten tion to, nil ho sat up with, all he bar gained for, all he sworo to love, honor and protect, ho gets sick of his trndo, knows a dozen faces which ho likes better, gives up staying at homo in tho evenings, consoles himself with cigars, oysters and politics, and looks upon his home ins a very indifferent lodging-house. A family of children grow up about him, but neither he nor his 'face ' know anything about training them, so thoy como up helter-skelter ; mndo toys of when babies, dolls when Iboys nnd girls, drudges when young men and women, nnd so pass year nfter year, and not one quiet, liappy, homelike hour is known throughout the en tire household. Another young man bo comes enamored o...

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

Swan Hiii. (from our coruesfokdent.) The' Fire Brigade Sports were held fin! the racecourse, oil the 24th inst., Queen's' Birthday. t There was a! very rair' nltteiida'fi'ce, arid the irieetirig cairie 6ff very siic'c'essMly; Tlie following ftr'e the results, of the principal events; Handicap' of 130 yards, won by John lueuonaiu. jciremans ainrm ana rusn, $ori by George Beasy ; Old Buffers' Race; won by. Archie McDonald. Two Pig Races; first won by W. ilaife peace j second by Percy Fehto'tf after a, gi'od rough and tumble, it |ot of 6ther iace3 for both- boys and , nirl^ were well contested; , W r. W. Ward ficted as ait efficient judge, and Messrs. Wyse; Anderson, Walker, arid Ward; iook a leading part in the sports, and tended in a great measure to bring tiiem to a successful issue. The Swan Hill Brass Band under the leadership 6f Mr. Farrafit,' enlivened the pro ceedings with selections of mfusic which inside the intervals between the. differ ent events pass most pleasantly. In th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Natural History. EASY LESSONS FOR NEW BEGINNERS. THE OWL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Natural History. Easy Lessons for New Beginners. . THE owl. Thero are forty six different species of owls known to naturalists, but the princi pal occupation of each species is to run out at liightB and scaro school-ma'ams half to death by hooting. Such owls as can't hoot are ono horso birds which havo to grub along tho best way they can. They aro liko a boy with such a hard cold that ho can t holler. Tho owl ia not particular what he oats, nnd would bo warmly wel comed at tho averago boarding-house. He will eat chickens, rabbits, mico, quails, berries, seeds, and almost anything clso good to fill up on, and is .called tho em blem of wisdom becauso ho ? can look around the corner of tho corn crib and seo a farmer's son waiting there with an old shot-gun to welcome him. Whilo tho bird is harmless, many a young man who is coming homo from seeing his Mary Jano has struck a 2:20 clip on hearing tho solemn ' Too-hoo abovo his head, and hasn't stopped shaking for ail hour after getting ho...

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

Presentation. Wo take the following from' the Ker Trng '1 Observer' ' On Saturday even-'' ing, 21st lilt.,- a large number of gentle-' men met at the Kerang Hotel,- for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. D. Cameron,- prior to' his departure for' New South Wales, and presenting him with a testimonial. Messrs.- Pat'chell and Ef. Taverner occupied the'ehair and1 vice chair.- After tho chairiiian had1 spoken at length of the numerous gOod qualities of tho guest-, he made the pre sentation, a purse of 100 sovereigns, which,- he thought, spoke volinil'os of the respect and esteem iiV which Mri Cameron was held in- the district.- Af ter Messrs. H. Taverner and FruBer had' spoken in similar strains, Mr. Camoron' feelingly responded.- Ho said their' many expressions of friendship und es teem, und the valuable presentution' just made,- were each highly appreciated by him,- and although ho was not going fur from them,- their kindly expressions towurds him mude him regret his de parture fro...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Kiss of the Wife that's True. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

Itiss of the Wife that's True. I There's the kiss pressed on the lips of the child, Of lovers when parting nt night ; The kiss of mother our sorrows beguiled, Making the face cheery nnd bright ; The kiss, so silly, of girls who meet, Who so blissfully kiss in lieu ; But the kiss that lasts aud makes life sweet, Is the kiss of tlie wife that's true. Kisses in kinds ns countless as sands — Of f.iendsliip, betrayal, deceit ; The kiss on the eyes, the forehead and hands, The kiss tlint is awkward nnd neat; Tho'kiss that's given— the one we steal, ? The kiss thai awakes us all through; But the sweetest kiss that lips can feel, Is the kiss of the wife that's true. There's tlie kiss of youth, and the kiss of - years, And the kiss wc lay in the grave ; Tho kiss we press in sunshine and tears' — The kiss fur the brow of the brave ; But the kiss that is the kiss of life, Toliim who the gamuts run through — Tlial brings surcease to anguish and strite, Is the kiss of the wifo that's true. The H...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Misceliancens. The Seven Ages of Women. All the world's a Wardrobe, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

fNMsccliaikvus. j - The Seven Ages ol Women. All the world s a Wardrobe, And all the girls and women merely wearers ; They have their fashions and their fantasies, And one sho in her time wears many gar ments Throughout hor Seven Stages. First the baby, Befrilled and broidcred, in her nurso's arms. And then the trim-hosed school-girl with hor flounces ? And small -boy scorning faco, tripping, skirt waggling, ? » Coquettishly-to school. And then tho flirt, Ogling liko Circe, with a business coillado Kept on her low-cut corset. Then tho bride, Full of strnugo finery, vestured like nn angel, Veiled vaporously yet vigilant of glance, Seeking the woman's heaven, Admiration, Even at tho Altar's steps. And then the matron. In fair, rich velvets, with suavo satin lined, With cye3 severe and skirts of youthful cut, Full of dres3 saws and modish instances, To tcach her girls their part. The sixth ago shifts Into the gray, yet gorgeous, grandmamma, With gold pince-nez on nose nnd fon at Bide, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

.Swan Hili. (pnOM 0011 correspondents.^ . ? Mav 28. Tlib WentlibVphl'jibfifil) gloomy nml thrsat Jening nil the .past wcolt, but until this even ing. when it is raining lightly,1 wo liavo' had lio rnin; FnWlibrf« and glaziers are both . [irxii'Us for rain, ami in some cases crops \vi]l lmve to be ie-st-vvi-. : Eiiiiit IhttllSaiid SlicHi) crossed, here bound for Wagga Wntrgri way, oil ;Friilay last; They wore in charge of Mr. M 'Lean, ami the biopefty bf Mr. Deilin of Sydney. Owing to some hitch in their export docu ments, tliny were detained and grazed in the .immediate? vicinity Of our town for; a whole week. The growls of Ideal stock 'owners wero Ioiul aiid deep, there being now liaidly fcliiillgil JoddBr left to feed a grass hopper. ,1 regret to say that Mr. Robert Wood, of ?Pciital Island, has boon seriously ill, lint fate rejibrts tb-dny,gara favouaiblo to ilis ieeovery: ; Improvements continue, to go bn in oiir , faiuiu ; street — old buildings being pulled down olid replaced ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
humor. The Barber's Wooing. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 1 June 1887

1I3UM0C. Tlio Itarber s Wooing. 'O, Barbara,' the barber sighed, ? *' . 'This scissor time to Bpeak; If you won't bo my bono truo bndo ' I'lldye without a Bqueak.' 'O, Dan Drutf, don't,' tho po'mndo screamed, ' Do such a wig-head act ; It woufd bo barber-ous. Idreamod Of you,' she smiled with taot. _ . ' Look cup and brush your tears away ; Oh, comb and be a man I : : . Let'a soap I'll be your bride somo day.' f . i . . ' I will, but if,' cried Dan, 'You razor hopo you will dispel, , I 1 There'll beard death, you'll seo ; y And if there's scrape on my door-bell ; ' My chair will empty be.' ' - ? ... ' I do not sbampooer fellow,' said ' , Miss Barbara, perplexed; . . . : ?' ' Oil though when, your first wifo is' dead You'll quickly cry for 1 Next'.' ' ' Topnoody Taken Down-— Mr.i noody threw down bisnewsparor withani / , tered objurgation and looked across the taiv' ? ? at his wife. . ' What's the matter?' she enquired. ? ? 'This confounded civil service ro.fi' twaddle makes me sick,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Jubilee Common Sense. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

Jubilee Common Sense. Mr and Mrs M. H. D. ivies, of I'oohik, Melbourne, pl'opose to celebrate the J ubi lee year ot' tho reign of Her Majesty the Queen by the distribution of tbe muni ficent sum of £10,000. Tbo money is to be devoted to charitable purposes, without regard to distinction of sects or parly. One-half of the amount, £5,000 ? ia to lio placed in tho hands of trustees for the erection of cottages for tho de serving and aged poor. It is estimated that tho amount will be sufficient to provide about 12 small cottages, in Which the persons selected for partici pation ill the benefit of this fund will be allowed to live rent free. The Hospital for Consumptives and the Imperial In stitute aro each allotted £1,000. [In connection with the amount donaleU to the Imperial Institute, there is a clause to the effect that the £1,000 will only be given if a subscription-list is opened in the colony ; if not, then the amount to btiglvtui to Lady Loch's Queen's Fund. We hope no Imperial ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Rat Plague on the Darling. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

The Rat Plague en the Darling. (Sydney Mail Reporter.) The plague of rats which has recently Visited the Darling was first noticed at Mount Browne. It took the form of myriads of rodents, all making their Way ill ufeoUtlr-east direction. The rats Were about the size of ordinary house rats, but With thicker fur, lighter in colour, and shorter tails, At Menindie tlie main body of the Invaders divided, one portion going down the Darling, and the other heading east to the back country of Manfred, Clare and Oxloy. By diving and Bwimming, they were enabled to cross all the flood wttters, and it was noticeuble that no muttel- What the^difliculty they never turned back. Numbers were drowned through the wind blowing fron the direction in which they were swimming, and so causing them to brest a strong current. On the edge of Lake Pi.m amaroo, six miles from Menindie, a great- number of dead rats were found, the destruction being caused by the Btioiig wind which prevented their Bwimming across...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
humor. Bill Nye's Budget, A CHICAGO LAWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

Ibumou. Hill Nye's Budget, A Chicago Lawyeb. ' : . - It was not gonorally known at tho timo, but about a ycrtr ago a gentleman from Jays burg, named Alanson G. Melta, opened a law office in Chicago, intonding to give that city a stylo of clear-cut counseling, Boliolting,' conveyancing, prosecuting, and defonding, such as she had nover witnessed before. Ho was young, but ho was full of confidence, and as ho pulled the nulla out of the dry goods boxes in which ho had brought his rovlBed statutesnnd replevenapplianccs, befoltready and willing to furnish advice at living rates to ail who would come and examine his stock. But time kept on in its remorseless flight, bringing in nt tho casement of Mr. Meltz the roar and hum of traffic, and the nut-brown flavour of the Chicago River, but that was all. He was thero, ready and almost eager to advise one and all, but ono and all, without any exception, evaded him. No matter how gaily ho lettered his window with the an nonncement that ho would ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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