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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Lqnt'ia tows. Masonic Churching: — Tho brethern of tlie local lodge of Freemasons are requested to meet? at the Masonic Hall on Tuesday, 21st Jimo (Jul .flee Dfiy) at Iff a.m., in full re galia, for tlie purpose of proceeding to at- ' tend religious aervicea-at the Church of ling landi and: there dbvotionally assist in thanksgiving, on the day set apart for cele brating tho Jubilee or fiftieth year of Her Majesty's reign.. W o liave been requested to- state that all masons aro oxpected to tako part in attending Church on: tho date above mentioned.. The Presbyterian Sabbath scholars wore entertained on Monday evening in- tho Gos pel Hall to a majic-lantern exhibition by the Rev. Alex. Hardie, who was ably assisted by Mr. Juekea. From tho oxclamations used by tho children r ' Aint it nieo. Oil j Oh I f How pretty I' Wo havo no doubt by that thny were delighted. Ihiring nn inter val Mien I?. Fnullitier, orgnuisfc, presided at the organ, and some hymns woro sung. Mr. Hardie hopos cro-lo...

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

Geiieral News. Irrigatiori'.^-Coribidei'able feeling hasc bden' manifested at Kerarig on the pub lication of Mr; Murray's' report of the diversion, -jf. the' Loddon' \vaters by the,' TragaWe! Trust;,' and' at the Swan' Hill' shire 'douifcil rri beting held'(on thB'7th' ftistj-the'ihatter' was warnlly discussed.' Jfi- large ut:puutLiun, s . laridoWriWs resident oil the bank of the' riv'ei'/'.vaited ojt them1 and' asked .their 'asSifet^iibdJ-* pointing out that' although1 they had' constructed irrigation' wbrks at th&y o'wn; expeiifee' they were left withoilt? Water,' while' tlio trusts,' who' have had' to borrow jiioney, can have' the'' -frater1. without let or hindrance. Thif dbUiieii' finally passed' tho following fesolutiori ' Tliiit the Wiitet- Supply department be informed that the con tinued total absence of water for irri gation purposed through the Riven Lod don by the Tragowel Trust is inflicting Disastrous coilsfequences . upon rv. large portion of this shire, wliic...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mr. Ruskin on Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

; Mr. Ruskin on Home Rule. I The' following letter uppenrs in the 'jPall Mall Gazette': — 'It was ever So nice of you to print my Tory letter fest Week/ Wilf you now let rrfe eX pfaiu more seriously how much of it is Really on1 your melt;, though peifcips laote oft' your side than you will quite filiof for 1 am with Ireland altogether irt tho^o present matters, as I ani with Scotland,- with India, with Afghanistan, and with Natal. L should ltko to see fforne Gule (in my sense of filing, not j yours)' everywhere.- I should like to see Ireland under n King of Ireland, Scot* ]&ntl Under uJBmt^hta tender and trrre, India rrndef a Rajah, and England un der her Queen, and liy no manner of ftieans under Mr. Gladstono or Mr. Bright, Also, I wish when yon aro Writing abont what you call the British ©institution, that you would In ing1 the great article of Magna Charta oftener . ?nto toe British freemen's head — ' that Jaw shall not lie sold.' But chiefly to j day I pray you to print ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

TEIiE 4J&AMS. —O— Sydney; June l£. I Tho Cabinet, yesterday, considered tho question of communication with the North Shore by tunnel or bridge, but nothing was1 deeided. A draft agreement on tho sublet of tho navaf defences of Australia was also dis cussed, but not finally dealt with. The aldermen of Sydney have subscribed the necessary sum to' illuminate tho civic buildings. i ^omo doubt ovists as' to tho reported d oath of Lady] Stuart, as no intimation of atlAti lma i;nAn K,r 11Anr,,,'nn,la colony. Tho station-master Godge and driver Keats are to bo dismissed tlio public service of Victoria, in connection' withjtho Windsor railway accident. Tho Bnili Relief Fiitid is oxpected' to reach £40.000. ' Tlio Cabinet} unanimously approved of tho action of tho Premier in closing tho theatres on Sunday.* Later; Twer mon,- natned John Nealo aud John Downed, were killed this morning through the cavinc-in of a tunnel now being exocute-T in Moore Fark in connection- with tho city sewer...

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

Messrs. GhafFey at Mildiirdj , (tlie JUe'ssra. Cliafifey are! itcco'fdiri^ to the Melbourne '' Daily Telegraph,' making good progress towards the es; tiblishment 6f thp.if .irrigation fcolony. Tfoublesonie preliminaries have been Settled, and the peffiianent survey was to be commenced or i Friday, 3rd inst. Tfiis will, occupy about one morith, and then a block of lari'd six miles square will Ue selected for \iinmediate develop merit: There will, be roads a chain and a half -ivide round fcvery block of 160 acres, ioi the hrrii fccoguise.tiife abso lute, necessity of gp.6d roads plijntud with shade trees: Together with tho roads, the . Messrs:, Chafley intend to proceed Svitli the laying pit of the blocks/ thecoristructiori of the channels, and the' laying dowri of pipes to ionvey the waiter to the land. They expect soon to deceive ffbirf Amefitfi & large quantity of valuable irrigation' Machin- ery, formerly o it th^ir Califorriirfo pro perty, but pending fis arrival they wil...

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

Obituaiy, Wo regret to liovo to chronicle tho sad intelligence of the death of tho lato Mr. T. C. Brooke, of Tapio. Mr. Brooko dind at. his residence Veronica, St, ICilda, Victoria, on tho 9th inst., at the ago of 63 yeavB. In referring to tho deceased gontlonian tlio ' Went worth Advocate' has tho following: — ' Few men on tho Darling wero better known or more widely respcctrd thnri M.. T n ? i .... _ H„u uo u tribute to his niomory all tho business places in town half closod their houses immediately on its becoming known tliut death had removed ono who has been so intimately idontiDcd with tho rise and progress of this district as Mi-/ Brooke has liion for tlie past 16 years, In 1S71 ho, in conjunction with Messrs, Onuond and Service, purchased Tapio station from tho Messrs, Douglas, nnd Mr. Brooko then took up his residence thoro us managing partner. He resided tliero till about three years ago when, owing to ill-health, ho was compelled to take up his residence nt Veronica, and ...

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

British. Ironclads. ?J It.was a,' tappy idea,' remarks' the & St. James's Budget,' ' to alter the name of the last new ironclad from the Renown' to the Victoria, the change Enabled' a compliment to be paid to the -^lieen, it gave Sir 'William Armstrong' an' oppdKunity of, drawing a striking' Contrast between tlie. Yictoria' and the 'Victory,- and it got rid of a namd' which' figures unpleasantly in the recent re port' on Admiralty dbntracta; . The sue! degsful launch' of the' V ictoria' gives a', spedial ihterestf t'6' thy large nvltabei1 of Vessels' now under1' Construction;' ahd' which' will' forml when1, completed,' the likckbohe rof the' British fleet of tlib future.- fn 188*5'' SbjOOf)' tohS; of new sliippmj; were ordered' for the' navy, aiid' the Victoria reprdsents the first instalment. Sii' William' Armstrong rfaid' she' was the heaviest ship' ever suridessfully launched in this country ;' ahd' so she will remaiii uhtil the launch df tlie' f--ana;' Pareil,- which' wi...

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

©PEN COLUMN. TTe -to not necessarily iden oUraeM with the. opinions of our Oovriipotiden-'s, J U communications muel be accompanied by the proper names of the writers, not for publication, but as a guarantee cf good faith.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Windsor Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

~ *rii§ Windsor feailway Acci dent. . The following is the finding ot the jury i— The jury who had to decide, the fc'aUsb of death of the persons killed in thS; Windsor railway accident took tieafiy six hours to deliberate upon itfeifr verdict. The Coroner fc'oncludecj ilia summing-up at 55 minute's to 3 b'clock; and it was iO minutes past 8 ftheri the jury returned with their decision. The foreman announced that tlie jury had arrived at a unanimous ?Verdict: They, found in the first place, that Mr, Parkes, Mr. Run ting, . and Mrs. FoSter, were killed on the Brigh ton railway line on the llth May by the Collision of two trains,, and Driver Mask&ll aiid iTirem'an M'Nubb lost theii lives by the same , means while iii the Execution of their duties. They to'iitid, also (Ij, that Driver Keats was giiilty of gross iieglect in not bringing His train within cover of his home Signiil ; that Guard Laing wad also guilty 6f gross neglect in not going backto protect his train ; and (3) t...

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

*. B&4T f IS, Oxley Hotel, OXLEY. BEGS to inform his friends that in conjunction with the above Hotel, he has Opened tbe Store known as the OXLEY STORE, under the manage, ment of HARRY LEE. A. W. HARTLANB, - OXLEY GOOD Accomodation Paddocks one mile from Oxley. Plenty of Grass aud Water. All care but no responsibility. Apply— A. W. HAM'LAND, But cher, Oxley. BURTON BROS., Coach Proprietors. 13 A L U ik lSf A L 33 AND - SWAN HILL, KALRANALB TO 'HAY, Monday .., . .. 10 a, nr. ' Wed'readay ,.. 5 a.m.. FriilaV !-? a.m. BALRANALD TO WENTWORTH. Monday ... ... 7 p.m. Wednesday . ,.. 7 p.mv S iturday .... -7.ji.in. ? SWAN HILL T0- WENTWORTH.. Wednesday ... 5 a.ui. Saturday ..... 5 a,m, PERMEWAN, WRIGHT and Co* (Limited), BALR'ANALDV Have fob Sale — ' Oats', Bran, Pollard, Sillty Wire. MALCOLM- -6 BEATY, Agents, Notice* JjlOR SALE- at the Mecordtr OBfoa :—- Imponnding Act. Disoasea in Sheop Act'. Now Land Adt. . Time-Payment Porms; Trausfer Forms, Real Property Aofc. | Mortgage SormB...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

General News, , Colonial Morality. — In delivering an 'address before the ladies' department of King's College, London, Dr. Barry, Primate of Australia, declared that the drinking habits of the peoplo of New South Wales were worse than those of the people in England, especially in the higher grades of society. Tho vice of sensuality and the spirit of lawlessness wore also more prevalent than in Eng land ; but, no' withstanding theso facts, tho material and intellectual progress of the people were undoubted. Australia in the Pacific. — The new number of the ' Fornightly Beview' contains another of the articles ' on European politics which nre attributed to Sir Charles Dilke. The writer considers that France cannot : afford to trifle with the feelings of the Australian colonies in connection with the Pacific, and he advises the French to pun-base the safety of Now Cale donia, liy giving up the New Hebrides as speedily as possible, as otherwise he bolieves that Australia is likely to d...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

MALCOLM 8l BEATY, jftfoefc mut Statfow iwittsr, ^attrevs, SUcU'cniccvs, awl sCamf SVtfcirtft BALKAN A h HS-. LAND AGENOY. MALCOLM & BEATY Ara prepaid to DRAW UP' APPLICATIONS Under tho Crown Lands Act of 1884, And pass through the T^AJXiy office; Also appears at tho Local Land Courts And nttond to any XAN B- BUSINESS ^ Entrusted to thenr ? ? ''Fiiir fnformntion ami partfcurarff on IiATld MuttevB to he hud from MALCOLM ic BEATY, BulrunuTd. Division of SCuns. NOTICE. MALCOLM & BEATY are pre pared to execute Maps find Tracings of Land; also Flans, &pecifie:itioi£s, etc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Art of Council, 185& PAID UP CAPITAL— ^500,000, with power to increase to ^£1,000,000. ItKSBRVB Fu.Nl-— £230,000, HEAD OFFICE t Sydney. LONDON OFFICE r 2 Kino Williau Street, E.C BmncTies throughout New South Wales and Queens land ; Agents In all tha other Colonies aud in Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent the principa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

B&lf&nald Hotel (TATTERSALL'S) Mrg, M. J; MURPHY BEGS to announce to her fricndR ami the pliblic, tliafi kIUj hits now taken tlip hhnve well-known Hotel; It will *W her .budeavHur to conduct tlio husintos ao that it may compare, favo«ra1)ty with the leading AletrUjJrilituu Hotels in attrUctivenciia un-l tomfort. Every attention paid tb ttonrclers and Visitors. The largest and bloat fcoinmodiotis Iiousq in town. gJefvis, & fpivU^ fit the |3wt gviuuljs ahwUis in J-torfc. Jfirst-class Stabling. Billiards. M. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. AMERY'S Commercial Hotel, _ M'MAHON BROTHERS, jPRi 'Plii I-'TOKS. MfcSSM M'MAHON BROS, beg to notify to the pnblie of Biil huuild arid district, tliiil they lmve taken the aliove well-known Hotel, ami iiojin, by gKilig bVtirr attention; to tefi'it a fair share of support. Every accommodation) with home. Comforts. . Siliilple .Hootiis fot Commercial Snivellers..' ; Good Billiatd Taliife; 1?ir6t class Utiililing Act'oiiirootlation; Bes...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

BIRTH.. Hetwood.— At Wood Wood on tho 13th- inat. Mi's. Henry Heywood of a daughter. WEDNESDAY, Iothi JUNE:.

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 — 15 June 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald, — 0 — Biverina Bccuriler Office, Tuesday Evening. The wo.ither fflirihg tho past week has. Boon of a most variable aud changeable na ture,, rain falling at intervals during three days, registering iiv Ealrauald 95 points.. ' P-c])orts from. tho. bauk. country are of a sim ilar character, in fact these reports show that tlie rainfall out back has been much, heavier , than round hore. The country nover looked better: Rainfall— Till Till, 200 .points ; TT;,IC..1.T I'm. m. — o#\. r» ? j_i_ mm. Yanga. 61' ; Cinally, 10i ; Wakool, 50: Stock Movements.— -4,000 ewes in lamb, orossed'at Tooleybuo on-Thnrsday, property of Campboll and Berry, from Victoria for owners of Homestead leases* at Juanbung. Campbell iu-chargo ; this lot crossod the Wakool on Sunday.. Rivers; — Mrirrumbidgeo — G'imdagai; 7ft ;? Wagga Gft 81n ; Hay, 5ft ; Balrauald, 5ft Bin Darling -Wilcannia, 7ft lOin ; Meuindio, 23ft 2iti ; Pooncarie, 23- 7ia ; Wentworth, 2ft 2ih; Murray — Wahgunyali, 65t2in; Swa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. The Heart's Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

? flDlsceUnneouu. The BSctirt s Kitiijdoin. Who that hath seen the face qf suffering Willi joy illumed, The patient life of heartfelt offering By care consumed, Yet wrapped in holiest atmosphere of peace — Who that hath felt The sweet religion oE young, smiling lips, And humbly knelt Before the sacred shrine of lovo lit eyes — . ? Oh, who can doubt That heaven is but a kingdom of thoheart, Peaceful, clovoul?

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

Nofcstc* WANTED Good HotisKKEEPRii foi' Station near Wentworih.- Re ferences* Apply MALC0LM & BEATY; Nofice. WAITED immediately TfiAM.S ftf take 5i tons loading from Bal ranald to Moidamein. Apply MALCOLM & BEATY. Shipping. THE Steamer WARADGERY will leave Echuca every 'Second Tueb day, and return from Balranald every second Tuesday' until further notice Cabin Passage m -{, £$ 6 6 steerage Passage 110 0 Freights at Lowest RateB. A. GLEVV, Master. For Sale, A. QtTANTITY of Pfatkitd «nd Bran. Slightly damaged.- Cheap. Apply . . Malcolm & beaty, Livery Stables* ALICE BEGS to announce to the public . ., thut, he hus taken;, the-STABLES in connection with the Bulrunald Hoiel, and liojies by. strict attention to merit a fair bhure.o| putrouage.''. ? :? uv Noticei BALfeANALD DISTRICT. . ?jirk H. S. M'MAHON hbtifies that 1U he him been appointed AgBnt for: tho Amalgamated Siieakeks Uniok op Australasia for the alio'vb' district. H. S. M'MAHON, TJllion OlBim, nest Cou...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column. The All-Round Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

iffioys' Column. ? Tlio All-i&*oim-l Boy. (Ifttf/jnr's Young People') r There are many ways oE learning a thing. You want to know how many pints there mav bo in a quart. There aro the ' tables of weights mid measures ' in tho arithmetic, and you can read and remember that ' two pints make one quart.' And when yon re peat it correctly, and go to the head oE tho class, you may not be able to prove it, or oven bo nble to remember it for more than a week. That is one way to learn. There is another and a far better way now used in many schools. You borrow a pint measure and a quart measure, and then fill tho pint measure with water nnd poar it into the quart. The oig measure is not tnli, Jt will hold more. Fill the pint measure again, and add it to the water in the quart measure. Two. ns plain as can be, nnd not a drop to spare. Two pints are equal to one quart ; in other words, ono quart measure will hold twice as much ns ono pint. So it seems there are two wavs of learn ing the...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Indian Mutiny. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Another Indian Mutiny. t'lver and andn thb nvicBtion BropS rip amonc tliinkin(; men— ' Will there bo nn 6tlier IndiRii-Mntiny ?'? We give afew reas ons for nrnl against such a contingency. :Tlio Opliinisls- viow i — Tlie mutiny of '18S7 wrs oulv a 'inlitiiiy; bf iiaiive soldiers. I'lio soldier of to-day is- far more loyal and onlijjhteiied. There aro thousands of uativo soldiers drawing pensions whose voice ia m favour. of puaee. Lot the present rilling powbr lie overlh'.owiij and the laud is a prBy \o tiie teiios or Mus-mlman and .Hindoo MiesinnnricB aio yearly oxtohdiug Ciiristian -ty. By means of the inilways uow in exis tence, lioo|is— of whom tliero are inoie tiiah 70,000 in Int'ia— can.be l-anidly taassrd, and C' lish o.ut. iinv incipient ieno,|i;on. As little as the Indian loves tho linglisli, ho loves the Ihiseian less. : The manifold interests of all India aro bouiid up in the persecution of peaco. Tlie I'e'.mmist's viow i — Tlio next Uprising Wil nbt be a miitinv of soldie...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Humor. Bill Nye's Budget. BOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Ifonmor. Bill Njc s KiHlsef, I10IJ.S. . . : I am just having a highly humorous expo lienco with boils. Toothers this aiinouiyjc-: mcnt will como with no element of sadness; . perlinps, but to me it brings a thrill of thu keenest and most poignant anguish. A mail might go all over a wholo country anil not ' , find any thing moro poignant than those boils seem to 111c. There nre seven of llicso liLtle blossoms, and thoy bang in n ripo cluster 011 tho bnck of my neck, about two inches below what tho phre nologists call lovo of home. Iliad never brought out a. boil until last ; , . week, though I havo led iv very chequered ' life, but one morning I awoke to find myself _ , tho narcnt of seven cunniu'' little l'ed-lieaded . ' . boils about the size of a pumpkin-seed. Thoy arosmnll, but, oh, how restless they nr.-, and how ;thoy struggle with each other for supremacy I ' , ; : Peoplo who live here, say that theso boils aro a result of the climate. The nil* here is especially calculated to...

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