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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

, No matter what yoiir feeling or symptoms ?are, what tho-.diseaso or .ailment is, uso Hop Bitters. , Dnn't^raifc until you ,are sick, i but if you only fool bad or miserable, uso Hop Bitters at once. It may save your lifo. Jlumlrcrla lmyo ibeon .Savdd by. so doing. j£510.will bo paid for a caso thoy will not euro or help. Prosecute the Swindlers ! ! 1 If when you call for Ainorican Hop flit jtera (ace yrem twhj of Hops on the white labe and Dr. Souths name blown in the bottle), tlio vendor hands out anything hut American Hop Bitters, refuse it and shun that vendor is you would a viper ; and. if he lias taken ^your money for anything ehc indict him for ,the fraud and auo him for damages for the pwimlle, and. wo will pay yoii liberally for the conviction. KERANG HOTEL, JOHN CULLEN, JoNR'.j Proprietor'. FIRST Cloia accommodation for Com mercial men and families. . Commodious stables and- Attentive grbdm. Beat Wines aiid Spirits onlyl 'I : ? . . . . ~ j : Billiard Tablo and Sample Boom...

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

„ PRO VI D'ENCE Helps those who help themselves. -*at?ire has pro*, vided herbs for the cure of hu.naii ailment*, aniT medical science has discovered their healin- |-ow.-rs' and *he proper combination necessary to* conquer disea^a. The result of these iHscoveriea'and coniblna tlnn is — Dr. Bell's Bitter^ , For many years it has been tested in Vcvcre cases of* Kidney and Liver Disease*, Malaria, l-vsp*psia, In-* digvittofi, Weakness, Lassitude, and'invaiiablv it' has given relief and cure. Thousands of testimonials' have been given.' anil it most popular .where best1 known. DAILY &? MdWKI/Y EVENTS; Hcadaclic.— The StorcKcli is disordered. ClcanEe and , settle it witli I)r. Bell's Hitters. Suligcstlon — Start tlio Sccretions ot the Stomach1 with Dr. Bell's Bitters. Jimdioe.— Blood poisoned, br Bile.' Correct tho* Liver by uainjr Dr. Hell's Bitters; . Loss of Appetite.—' Hie stomach' is failing: First' tfeanfre it y then ton* with Dr. Bell's* Dlttcre/. Torpidity.— Inaction cf L...

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

Mildura Scheme. So far as Mildura is- concerned, Messrs, Chafley Brothers do not intend to allow the agricultural season which' is now being entered upon pass without taking steps to cultivate a good portion of the territory whicb they huve taken up in tho mallee country on tLw bunks of tho Murray, They have two staffs of surveyors now engaged in dividing the portion of Mildura bordering ont the rivor into township sites, roads, and farms of various sizes, and have also some engineers omployed in erecting n, temporary pumping engino. As soon as the survoyors shall have completed tho survey of a sufficient number of farm und garden blocks, which it is fully anticipated thoy will do within ths next thieo wetlcs or mouth, udvee .tisenmntB will bu published containing the cotullltoim tlmkH' which those sites can be selected or taken up by the far hi era or others. The Him will guarantee the SeleOtors un udeqtitHe ' supply of Nvater during the summer mouths, aud afford them other facilit...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Her Majesty's Jubilee. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

Her Majesty's Jubilee. ro IllE EDITOR OF THE' RECORDER, Sir, — As the majority of Australian's are at this time doing various things to commemorate Her Majesty's Jubilee, How is it that nothing up to the pre sent has been done in Bnlraatfald % 'We do not Want effervescing displays,, such) as fireworks -tc., but rather something substantial, such1 as ai good library,, which willl be the means of benefiting the community, snd not as it in, east & reflection on the spirit of the m habi- tants of Balranald as being belVind- the times. Individually I take al great ink forest in the advancement of literature', which I am convinced is the besfi and surest foundation that a nation can be built upon. Knowledge being power, let KS circulate ess much of it as possible. If this project should meet- with the support that it deserves, I shall be happy to subscribe my mite; (Pro mise £1 Is) — Yours ho., S J.HYDE,

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

This Season's Legacy. Particularly at this season of tlio year, when the rains of atitunm doscendand chilly nights and mornings foretell the advent of wiuter, is a common huinainty subject to the many ills which flesh is heir to. A severe cold is the legacy of one, congestion of the kic.neys and liver of another, whilo rheuma tics and gout |rack$fthe bodies — and eouls, we might add — of thousands of other unfor tutmtes. As there is always a causo hehiud an effect, so is there a reason why, particu larly at this Beasou of the year, there is so much sickuc8B aud Buffering. It can all be summed up in two words — ' Impure blood/' Until within the past few years it was not admitted by the medical profession that rheumatism was a blood disease ; it is uow, .however, bo admitted by tho highest author ities, and the methods of tftfitrncrtik have radically chafigwd. In place of oils and blisters and blood-letting — which, pcrchnuco only alleviated for tho timo being— modern medical science ...

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

Melbourne Royalty. (From Sydney ' Telag'raph,')' From- the Melbourne ' Age' we giither that another jubilee idea has jbst heen evolved for the fevered brain' of Melbourne) Toryism.- Loyalty is to' Seek an alliance with larrikinism for the' purpose of having uniliuminated jiferhiaes on' jubilee night botnbarded ?with road metal.- According to oui* contemporary, a warning to that efiect Has ali eady been addressed to all whom' it may concern, arid if people refuse to Spend money oil1 fireworks they will be Compelled to spend it on the Repair of broken windows.- Should a ' disloyal'' head or two .also' require mendingj no diJubt that will be' considered' bo much' tlie better.- If it was in' the good old time, jubilee recusants would be lucky i? they wero allowed to get off1 witlv 1 liesds on tboir shoulders- at all. But this- degenorato era' things are ? cfrlws'eAfc'.' And so 1 there is- noth ing for itj but to threaten them with it loyal breaking of glass.- Larrikins in plenty would n...

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

Pastoral Rentals. the following are the appraisements made by the Deniliquiu Laud Board of holdings in the Delllliquiu Land District : — Station. Leasehold per aero. Resumed Url'ii Per section. PencB. £. e. d. Amtulft ... 3 7-10 8 10 0 CurnelJa ... 3 'J-10 4 5 4 Deniliquin ... 5 7-10 6 9 8 Hartwood ... 4 4-10 10 3 8 Mathoura ... 2 2*10 5 17 4 Moira... ... 3 4-10 5 13 6 Moroco ' ... 3 4-10 8 5 4 QUiamong ... 3 4-10 11 9 4 Tuppal ... 5 5-10 11 14 , 0 VVanganella ... 3 5 17 3 Warbreccan ... 6 4-lfl 13 12 6 Karhalii ... 3 8-10 8 2 1 BUHitta ... tl 2-10 .454 Beremcgad ... 3 0 0 7 Btmbula ... 2 7-10 , 2 17 0 lUimlyulmbluh 3 5 6 8 Calimo ... ? 4 8-10 10 17 0 Campbell Island 6 7 14 8 Caroonhoun ... 5 2-10 5 4 0 C'obran ... 4 5-10 7 9 4 ChaUSing ... 2 8 10 0 1 6 Gonn ? 3 7-10 7 0 0 Liewah ... 2 4-10 7 4 3 Mooloomoon... . 2 410 7 14 8 Motagt) ... 3 4-10 6 2 8 Melool ... 3 4-10 8 0 0 j Murray Downs 4 1-10 . 4 10 8 I Murgah ... 3 2-10 7 14 8 North Wakool 3 3-10 6 18 8 Noorong ... 3 7 4 0 Nyang ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Benjeroop. June 3 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

Benjeroop. (frlOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) June 3 Atter a 'very dry month, a much iife'eded rain commenced to full on the jot inst, and n total of 35 points was tegistered. A much heavier full would have been welcomed, as in the majority Of instances, this rain will be depended ?ftpoti to start theseed, and itis a question whether the amount is sufficient to start all the grain ; it is to be hoped that Another fall will soon follow. The drops that were started with the March rSins are looking well and with t tie present support will bold their own. Sowing is not yofc finished, and in one or two instances the plough has not yet been laid aside. . Some of tho farmers have commenced irrigating, Mr. Eagle's plant is at work on Mr. Ilorsfall's farm at Lake Charm ; Mr. Gerrand and Mr. Wells aro both pumping on their re spective farms. It is advisable for any one who intends autumn- watering to make no further delay — the experience of several in this district, the writer in cluded — shows t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Yet Gee, Sam Say! [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 8 June 1887

Yet Gee, Sam Say !! We take tho following from tho Hay ''Grazier'' of 31st ult, : — The. police made a raid'on the Camp on Monday night, and secured 29 fan tunnists fn the act. The procession of the- handcnCfed or roped prisoners to the lookup canned u great sensation. The men were brought up before Mr. Pearce, P.R'L, at TO o'clock this morn ing. Fotir were pined in the dock ; like other 25 wore seated in. the jury l ox, olid a display of pT^vtjognomy tliey presented) one of the jury liisc men be ing a venerable person with moustache und goateo. Tho charges being as fol lows : Ah Ping being the inanugor of a common gaming house in the Chinese Camp at Tlay ; Lum Sheong, being the bunker of a common gaming houso in tho Chinese Camp at Hay ; Ah Wall and 26 others, being found iu u com mon gaming house in the Chinese Cump ut Huy, The Chinese looked rather daZed. Mr, Kobortson ? prosecuted Mr. Kensington defended. Ah Ping and Lum Sheong pleaded not guilty. Ah Ping is a shrewd look ing yo...

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

A Back Country Jubilee. (By Pegasus) Brightly mid gaily broke the morn 1/ tho 24th of May, onr most Gracious ftlujesty's natal day ; while no less gnily gathered the squatters, boundary riders, rubbitors, and Imlloelc drivers, to see, and in most eases participate in the bill of fare provided by mine, host of tho Junction Hotel. Who, though hailing from the Fatherland took this opportunity of providing his numerous friends and patrons with a day's racing. The first event to be negotiated, after the stewards had adjusted the weights of the various horses engaged, which was not accomplished without sundry ad journments for spiritual comfort to sustain them in performing tho arduous duties, which their position en tailed upon them, was the Maiden Plate, for .which si* horses faced the jovial proprietor of »n adjacent station, of whom it might justly to sa:d suiivi tier in modo, fortiter in re, lie dis-' patched them to an excellent start; a matter of some difficulty as I daresay ia pre...

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

Hollowuy's Ointment and Pills — Though it is impossible; in this climate of changing temperature, to prevent ill health altogether, yot its form and fre quency may be ninch mitigated by the early adoption of rcmr-djal measures. When hoursenesB, cough, thick bruuth ing, aud the attending .slight fever in dicate iiritation of the throat or chest, Holloways Ointment should bo rubbed upon these purts without delay, and his Pills taken in appropriate doses, to pro' mote its curativo action, No catarrhs or sore throats can resist these remedies Printed directions envelope overy pack age of Hollowuy's medicaments, which aro suited to ail ages and conditions, and to every ordinary disease to which humanity is liable. Thoir Namo ia Legion. — Lcyions of peoplo havo hiul til cir lives made miserable by piles. This painful difficulty is often in duced nnd always nggrevatiul by eoimtipa tion. Dr. Eeli's Bitters ia tlio great remedy for all affections of this kind. It acts as a gcntlo cathartic, ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
BOTH ANGEL AND DEMON. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

BOTH AKGEL AND BEMO.V. ' Do you believe in a personal deril 1' The question, coming so abruptly, Btartled me. My friend Delcyre, French scientist, whose wit, inclining to sarcasm, contributed largely to the esprit of l'Acadctnle I'rancaise was evidently in a mood for discussion ; and, tapping meditatively upon his vrell-filled note book, repeated the question. 'Yes, do you, or do you not, attribute personality to his Satanic Majesty. J' Thus brought for the first timo to an ex pression of my opinion upon this somewhat agitating subject, my mind hastily reviewed the pros ancl cons furnished by my early theological training ; aud finding there no 1 decisive conclusion I answered, somewhat vaguely : ' Well, to tell the truth, Delcyre, 'tis a point upon which 'I am a trifle in doubt. 15ut you ' Deleyre's black- pyes .-lready glowed with the fire of argument, and walking rapidly up and down the apartment he began abruptly : ' Vcs, I believe in a personal devil ; and my theory embraces th...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

An Incident in tha Life of Scott.— Scott was once made the victim of one of those literary thieves called plagiarists. About tho year 1823, when his fame was at its height, the reading world was mystified by the appearance of a romance called'1 Wallail mor,' by the author of ' Waverlcy.' It was first published in Berlin. Translations im mediately followed, aud ' Walladinor,' in three volumes, may still be seen in some old collections of tho ' Waverlcy Novels,' bound to match the regular series, and believed in by its original purchaser as a legitimate member of the family. The thief who stole Sir Walter's good name wnsaSilesian, whose real name was Wilhelm Ilnring, but who ehoso to be known by the pseudonym of Widibald Alexis. He died December,' 1S71, in Germany, at the age of seventy-four. Scott, who had not at tlie time of its appearance . avowed tlie authorship of the ' Waverlcy Novels,' could not without unmasking venti late the literary fraud, and so suffered iu silence the aun...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. CHINATOWN CONTRABANDS. A Sketch from Life in San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Novelist. J CHINATOWN CONTRABU&»S. ? A Skotch from Life in Sau Francisco. . : - Loo Hop Tong, most aristocratic Chine30 -: physician in San Francisco, sallied forth - ? ono morning clad ill holiday attire. Acloso . ? ;. .fitting cap, with a black velvet border and j a largo coral button in tlio centro of tho v . crown,- surmounted his neatly shaven pate, and his long qucuo was intertwined -- :?.« . with tlio luiest and glossiest of black silk - strands. Ilis arms were invisible — 1,1,. H,„ ,, -/.liinL-nn . . . within the capacious sleeves of his purplo brooudo blouse. Ilis nether limbs wero - ^ . ? . ? resplendent in voluminous trousers of sky ????. blue silk, neatly conlinod at a Buflicient : . distance from Ins ankles to display a spot less extent of well-starched muslin lioso : , above tho embossed velvet shoos, with - . ? :? - thick felt soles, in which his shapoly feet . . ? ' . wero encased, Tlio air of unwonted festivity which characterized his costume, found no corre...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. A Soldier Under Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

[?] A Soldier I/udcr Napoleon. r. ?-'.?Do you see that .tumble-down cottage there, Beyond the road, by the sycamoro-trce, With rags in the broken window-panes, And thorns where the llower-pols used to be? You never would think, in such a place, -.?????? To meet nn old hero face to face — 'H'j.v'.V.,. A soldier under Napoleon. ? . .? There's little heroic, I confess, in liiu wiinureu oiu man in uis corncr ; ? ? chair : ? ? Not a tooth nor a thought in his hairless head, # ? - As lie sits and mumbles and grumbles there; lint if ninety years lake much away, Ilis title, at least, will always stay — ? A soldier under Napoleon. - ... : Ilis dim eves watch his daughter at work, .- .v A thin old woman in calico : . He sometimes notes her grandson at play With his painted soldiers all ill a row ; ; And lie dcarlv lovm his pint of gin - And his black clay pipe, this man who has been . -v : . A soldier under Napoleon. But Jena, Marengo, Aiisterlit/., ? ..? .. Ami last and Woodiest, Waterloo I ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

tiro invalualilo, being highly 'curative', t'onio 'niwl Btiiimluliiig, withonl; intoxicating. No matter what your feeling or symptoms Siro, what-the. disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters'. Dmi't .wait Until you ar'S eiclr, l-ut 5f yoti only feel bail or miserable, uso Hop jBitters at onco. It may savo your life. Hundreds havo lnien saved by so .loing. i5(K) will bo paid for A iaa 6 they will not 'euro or help. Prdsccutc tlie Swindlers ! ! If when you call fur American IIn- Bit torn (fiek {jreen i'whj qj'Ufops on the white tale *aml:Dr. tivute's numt %'lowu in the bottle), .tlio yendor hancla out anything lint American Hop Bitters, refuse It and shun that vendor ks ybu would a viper ; mid if ho has taken your iiiohey for 'anjfoiimj else indict him for tho fraud and s'uo him for dumagen for tho Winkle', aud wo will pay you liberally for the ^Conviction'. KERANG mm, JOHN CULLEN, Junh., Proprieton T^RST 'Cliisi iuifcommoilutlHA fit Ctini tiler'oial men ttild families'. iMriYmodidiifl ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Disraeli on Irish Government. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Disraeli on Irish Government.. Tlfo- following' extracts- are- taken from- a speech delivered by the late Eord Beaconsfleld in 1844, .and to which speeoh he adliorod by a- jin face- to the editibn of his Rpeeofies published in 1*870 This is- what the- late' Conservative Ifeader believed' in oonneotion with the proper Government of Ireland-.- :: — j ' Justice- to Ireland was said to me, in j . ! an- identity of! institutions with Eng- j landl. believe tliat to-be tile' greatest j fallacy that can- be brought forward. I always thought that the greatestjeause ? of misery in Ireland was the identity of institutions with England.. .. , , In stead of having an identity of institu tions yon should get rid of all those English institutions which you have forced rtpon tho country. ... I venture to lay down as a principle thnt the Government of Iieland should be ; on a system tbe reverse of England, ? and should be eentralised, that they shonhf have a strong Executive and an - rmpttrfiHl admi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

A WEM-KyoTVN writer has; truly- said : ' ' Organization is wiso' and: necessary to secure great results, But it should lue manly, intelligent, self-respecting organization, not an abject servility which degrades manhood.. Jt is the personal liberty, the right of the indi vidual which Governments are justly constituted to protect. But Dolitical parties become mere despotisms, and tyrannies to be resisted and overthrown when they attack thut individual inde pendence.. There is no blinder or more stupid tyrant than n majority may be.' How ? Tory applicable these ' remarks aliove quoted are in connection with . -!» Tory-Unionist majority in tho House of Commons now forcing through tho Irish Crimes Bill, against the intelligent minds in England, Wales, Scotland and Irelitnd. We do not blame the Conservatives of tho Sal isbury sehool, as nothing cl-.o could bo expcctcd from that senile source. But wo do decidely say . that the ?weak- kneed' number of so called Liberal Unionists, under tho...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

PROVIDENCE Helps fllip.se who lielp^tlicmsclvcs. i Naturc has pro i Yidc»l h(j.fL9 for the cure of human ailments, and' medical Etfencc has) discovered their healing powers,', and the proper combination - necessary to conquer disease, '/he result of these discoveries and comblna* ^ton is — Dr.- Bell's Bitters; vFor many years it has been' tested in severe cases of. fcjdney and Liver Diseases,' Malaria, Dvspepaja, In-, digestion, WcsiUnesu, Lassitude, &c., and invariably ifc, hjvs given relief and cure; Thousands. of testimonials^ have been given, and it most popular where best known.' DAILY &s IMMJiTlY EVENTS.' Heailache.— 1 Tlio Stomacli is disordered. Cleanse and' j settle it with Dr. Bell's Bitters. , $ Jndi^cdtion. — Start tjie Secrslforis of the Stomach witli Dr. Bell's Bittcjs. , i i . . Jundicc.— Blood poisoncdCj. by,- Bile.' Correct tho Liverby usine'Dr^Bell's Bitters.^ ; Loss of Appetite^ — The stomach. Is, faiiing', Finfc ♦, cleaiise it ; thep tone with Or....

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Most Charming, Superlative Sally. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Most Charming, Superlative Sally. A Breach of promise of marriage case Beach em v. Gill, cume before Mr. Un der Sheriff Buichell and a common Jury in the Middlesex Sheriff's Court, it having been remitted from the Queen's Bench Division in order that damages f might be assessed,, the defendant having allowed judgement to go by default. A number of lettevs written by tho do fendrnit, couched iu the most gushing aind extravagant terms were read. In one of tho epistles, addressing her as ' My dearest sweetest Sally,' he tells Iier to cheer up,, and not to be down Hearted. ' I hope my darling, you and Willie (meaning their illegitimate cuiixi;- are as nappy anu glorious an a fond parent could wish. (Loud Laugh ter.); I am in AyleRbury, but I hope dearest, most charming superlative SUlly — (renewed laughter)1 — to § hove you botli witli me. I am longing really for the time to come I shall have you in a home, a bower of lovers'' bliss, where we can coo and bill all the day lbng.. (Rohm of...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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