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Not His Wife's. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Not Elis Wife's. O dainty glove of pearly hue, With perfume faint as lily-dew, Soft as tho petal of a rose ; What memory within me glows ? . What glamour thrills mo through and through? What leads mo to cxclaim : 'Ebcu Fugaccsl ' and hide thee from view, Whore none mav I roublo thy repose ? rl rlnintv f'W,- I Tho eld, old story, nover now Since Eden's time. For, entre nous, If I thy secret must disclose, Discovery might work mo woes ; My wife wears ' -I's ' — thou aro a ' 21 ' O dainty glove 1 Some Us3s of Gloves —The roigu of Elizabeth may fairly be considered the turn ing point in tho history of gloves. Through long years, and keeping lino with tho growth of refinement and courtesy, tho glove had been invested first witli one association and then another, given part nnd lot in this custom anil that, until it 'had come to hold a very prominent place in tho ccgnomy or life. Both at weddings and funerals gloves were offered ns gifts so commonly ns to be made a recognised feature oE t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Swan Hill. June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Swan Hill. (JKOM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. ) Juue 6. A numerous meetiflg of influent tial ratepayers of the Lower' Murray riding of the Swan Hill Shire' met at Garden's Royal Hotel this even ilig, in response to the advertisement in the K era-rig' papers signed by the1 President, to considor the keeping openf or closing, of ';he old stock route from' Swan Hill to Euston. There were also' present two delegates from Euston — - Messrs. Proudfoot and Kinnane. It was resolved that Mr. R. Hughes,. J.P.,- be Chairman, and that Mr, Whitelaw act as Secretary. Mr. Hook moved, Mr. M. Boyle1 seconded, a motion that the delegates from Euston bo allowed to express their' views iif cWiiiection with the matters Mr. Proudfoot expressed his views' as a representative of Euston in a clear' and lucid manner, stating that the old road was a legally surveyed road, ancS the closing of it would only benefit one porson, and would inconvenience alt drivers, and tend to send stock via^ - South Australia, and injure...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Moulamein. (Frost our own Cokbesponijekt.)'1 June 11, We have had splendid showers during the week, crops and grass are growing rapidly, betwpen here and Deniliquin sheets of water cover the road, wliinh in places is in a deplorable condition, Through tho oourtosy of the Clerk of Petty Sessions, I am informed that 47 blacks attendp.d Inst mnntli t.n- vfif-nivn the blanket dole ; it is very evident that the race which once held supreme possession1 of Now South Wales, will soon have passed into- oblivion-.- They never wore a very intellectual combina tion of human nature. Yet we,- as a civilizing and Christianizing nation cannot award ourselves very much credit for endeavouring to raise them from their benighted state, 'WV are a I great ahd prospet-atls nation, we liava mude many conquests, and we havo colonized many now landS; bttt it is almost a fact that in some Cases we) Jbive, by lite introduction of our vicesy made thoso we have conquered/ efen moro degraded tlinn they were in *...

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

Hay Jockey Club. ' Bfeifiw lire the weighto for the principal fevents of tho annual meeting to be- held in Connection with the Hay Jockey Club ou 13th and 15th July - ? Hurdle Race— 2 miles* ? . ? st. lb. BtMb. Ehglc... ... 10 10 Newlund ... 0 12 Stonebroke ... 10 7 Kildare i 9 12 Glaucus ... 10 7 Battalior . 9 10 I.etitia .... 10 4- Brown Dtfciiess 0 10 Desmond 10 4 Jl'iba ... § $ GOefofy ... 10 (f Scotland Y6t 9 7 Postboy .-.. 10 0 .Lesbitt fl) j Voltaire ... 10 0 Trickott . 9 7 Vanguard 10 6 Little John .. . 9 7 Esfeaptf ... 10 0 Walter' . -...-* 0 0 Gaslight 10 0 Nap ... ... 9 0 Explorer ... 10- 0 lilue Bonnet..-. 9 0 Co-iint t) 12 Crusoe ,??? 9 0 Jook'ey tot Ha\'dica*'—1J mile. Impulse ... 9 0 Kilduro . 7 4 ? Queen Elizbth 8 10 Phoebe Walton 7 3 wee Jim 8 10 Odd Stockings 7 2 ? Cnpidon ... 8 8 Society ... . 7 2 Abuse, ... 8 7 Slander. ..-. 7 0 the i'firl ... 8 5 Nightlight ... G 10 j&ilsa ... .-.. 8 6 Fivvoiir ....6 8 l'he Nun ... 8. 4 Apollo .... '6 8 ? Ifcsmond 8 4 Dr...

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

Swan Hill District Hospital: (pros! ouit own corkesi'ondent) : The usuul tuouthly meeting of: the -Directors of. the Swun Hill. District Hospital was held in tlio Board rooni, on tlio 2nd June; Presents — Mr;-Glenblg Officer iti the fcliuir,' und Mwis, J. Grayj : F Gi Buys, Walter Buiitb, Ellis Hook;: und \V. Anderson, members of committee. The Rfti.mil. ri 'Mv.' PHnl TY.iw Laving rend the minutes und accounts tif previous meeting,, they Were con firm bd. ;? : . ? i Captain Evuns,' Inspector bf Hospi tal's report of the stale of the liunpitul tit his lust visit) was liext fetid liy the ; tlhuiihiun, and the following resolu tions, with regard to the sume were' hdopted. ? ?- That, tlie . Visiting Committee's at tention. be drawn to tlie recommenda tions contained therein. The in-door und out-door patient's books were presented nnd examined. The medical report was nextread fend accepted: Mr. Walter Smithy reporting oh be half of the Visiting Committee, skid Strict inquiry elicited the...

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

TO THE EDITOR OP THE KECOfiDE® Sir, — I was pleased to read your lender of last week, pointing out in wlint way we should show our thank fulness for the glorious reign of our Majesty. A Mechanics'1 Institute would be a credit to our town and a blessing to ourselves.- and when we have young mon amongst us who tako a great interest in the' auvanc&mont of literature,' it is time something should be done. Ah the winter of tho above does not stato in what lino of literature his interest ia concentrated;- It is- time when you also consider tlmC the same writer states that fi$s mind is convinced that literature is the best and1 surest foundation that a nation can be- built upon-. These are cob-web ideas,- which the brush of a' debating society and reading, club,, would soon' sweep awUy.- We believe in higher education', but our belief dees not extend as fat as the writer.- I hope, therefore,- for the reasons stated,- something may be done in this year of j,ubilee. — Yours,- icc.r I...

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

TO THE' EDITOR OF THE RECORDER. Dear Sir, — Having seen tho remarks of ' Pegasus'* in your paper that Marshall is open to jump anyone at fivo jumps for £100 a side, perhaps ho may be a little sore at his defeat for the Championship of the Back Country. Now, if ** Pegasus,' or uny one else, fancy's Marshall for three jumps,- viz., Running Long Jump,- Running High Jump, 'and Running Hod Sten and Jump, I will back Davidson for £50 a | side, nnd if business is meant, a deposit of £10 must be lodged with Mr. H. Liunott within a month.- — Yours, etc., R. POLLETT, June 10th, I $3 7.

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

\ (Soofc ©tones. j :: ? ? GfeneralWinfieldScott. while ho was - 'V - : siill.nt tlio head of the army, was coming out ' of liis office one day to enter his carriage, .' cane in hand. Avoluntcerordcrly approached j' : liim with a letter, which he had licen directed to deliver lo General Scott at once. The orderly, rocking nothing of tho adjutant , i. generals or chiefs oE stair, interpreted his oirter literally, and hastily giving a cureless Kalute, began : ' Oh, general, here's a paper I want you to look at before von- — ' For n moment mo old coniuiamier-in-cniei.scemeii petrified. Then, raising his cane, he said in n loud, clear voice : ' Clear out, sir, clear out of the way.' The startled orderly sprang to ono side, 'and the general got into his carriage aad was driven away. The soldier then delivered his letter to some one in the oflice, and walked slowly out. _ General Scott's .carriage lmd not gone thirty rods before it stopped and turned about. The driver, raising his voice, s...

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

Eali'attaJd District Hospital. The usual monthly meeting of the above hospital was held on EYiday even ing at MTlahons Commercial Hotel, when vbo following were present : — Messrs. T. H. Boynton, (president) in the chair, Wi^hlman, Close, Cameron, and Smith, Dr. Lawson wa-s also pre sent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed' The visiting committees' aft'd Medical Officer's reports were received and ad opted. Ai'nrtiint.s tfmnrniliftn ft* da 'tA were passed for payment. The bank book was lubted, showing a credit balance of £191 14s Id. The outward and inwai-d correspon dence was gone through and considered. Inward, — T, Robinson, lately a pa tient in the hospital, wfote tSndoringf liis thanks for the kindness and attention he and other paitieiius had received at the hands of the Medical OPiico'vas well as the other officials connected with the practical work of the hospital, the writer hopes that he will be able to substan tially show appreciation for srtch ki...

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

The Fatal Prophesy. Cazoltc, who passed for a sort' of prophet, - '? '?« - was present, some years before the revolu- ? c tion broke out, at a ball given by Jlodame' : Yaudreuil, one of the nobility. Every one was merry except Caiotte, Seated alone in a ? corncr, he was sad, motionless and silent.: ? % The dancers surrounding tlie old man, in—' ^ quired, — -v v?. 'What's the matter with [yon, Cazotte? - - 'v What do you tee I' ??Alas 1 replied ne, 'do not ask mo what ?? ' - I see. - ? ' They are then very sad things ?' .7 ^ ' Yes, they are melancholy events.' .s ??. ' Shall we take part in them ?' ; *l Yes, they will drag you with them.' ' '? ' I ?' cried 5iadamcdc Montmorency. ? ' Yes, you.' ' 'I also?' repeated 5Iadame do Chabot. ? -™ ' You too.' - - - 'Aud I also?' cried Madame de Chcv- 1 vl reuse. 1 ? ? ' Yes, you too.' . ? -. 'What's going to happen to us then?' . -.i; cricd the three ladies at the same time.' ' Do not ask me about it,' said Cazotte, ? ' But we want to know.' ,...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Small Debts Court. MAY 10 1887. (Before Messrs. E. L. Bowling, P.M., and Alexander Lawrence, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Small Debts Oourfci May 10 1887: (Beforo' Messrs. E. L. Rowlings P,M.r and* Alexander Lawrenco, J.P.-) The following cases were heard T. H.- Boynton v. Walker — Claim for amount of promissory note, with interest added at 10 per cent, £7 4s 8d. The plaintifF deposed ilmfc theamounfc was- justly duo, for goocte sold and delivored in Balranald. The Bench, in giving a verdict for plaintiff, decided that no rate' higher than 8- per cent. would be' allowed^, that rate being upheld in: tll« higher courts of the col-- , ony, consequently the verdict would-be £7 3s 9d, with 7s- costs' of court; Samo v, Wallcor — Claim for amount of promissory note £7 Gs 9d, less reduc tion, as in previous case, of 2 por cent.- ' charged by plaintiff, making the amount £7 4s 7d. Plaintiff deposed as to' correctness of claim, the Bench giving verdiot for £7 4s 7d„ with 7s costs of court. LICENSING. COURT. A Special Licensing Court was held 6n Friday before the above presiding magistrates, when tho following ap...

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

, ant) But)?. Dollic. . : She sports a witching gown ? ? With n ruffle tip and down On tho skirt. She is gentle, sho is shy, ? - But there's mischief in her eye; She's a flirt. ?She displays a tiny glove - And n dainty little love , Of a shoo. And sho wears her bat n-tilt Over bangs that, never wilt In the dew. ^ 'lis rumored chocolate creams Are the fabric of her dreams— But enough 1 \ . I know beyond a doubt -That she carries them about In her mull. . ..Willi her dimples tndier curls v ? . /-Shc exasperates tho, girls .. .. ? Past belief; - . 'Thoy hint that sho's a cnt, ?? And delightful things like that In their grief. ?/* Itis shocking, I declare 1 But wlmt does Dolllo care - . , When the beaux . . - ? Cotie Hocking to her feet Like tlio bees nr.und n sweet 1 , ? .' Littlo rose? ?

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

Sftch iXT. - ISIr. and Mrs, 'Wowser. Bv Mits. Bowsun. . , . One evening just before our marriage Mr. Bowser said to me: ' I shall make you a weekly allownnco oE cash, and the money with be Absolutely yours. Tho iden of a wife having to beg money of her husband strikes mo with pain nnd dis trust . Half oE what he owns belongs to her, anyway, and yet sonic husbands inako their wives account for the pennies us much as if they were errand boys. I shall givo you I' ?' npr wen!.- nnd von run pif.hnr snrmil ol1 save if.' The first four weeks after marriage wo were off on our bridnl tour, and I was too happy to think o£ such base stuff as cash. It was all of seven weeks before I ma le ont and playfully presented to Mrs. Bowser the fol lowing little bill. 1 ' Mr. Bowser to Mrs. Bowser, l)r. ? To seven weeks' stinendjit £2 per week...'. £H, v- . * ''Received payment. ' What's this?' demanded Mr. Bowser, as ho received it in a very formal manner. . ' My little bill. You were to allow tno 4.2 p...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Inner Man. Club Cooks and Kitchens. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 15 June 1887

Gbe 3mier flfinn. I Clnb Cooks nnd Kltclicns. , The chef of a club is seldom or never seen by the members, lie presides in tho regions of tho kitchen never frcqncnted except by those whose dutic3 call them there. Very few members know who the chef is, or indeed auything.about him excepting that lie is a good cook or a bad one. IfMiis cooking is unsatisfactory to tho members, it is needless to say his rcjum: in tho club is soon ended. Tho chef, however, is a very important if in visible personage in a club. In his own fegion his word is law. Ho is usually a foreigner. It is a part ot his contract that ,ho is to be supplied with all the claret that lie wants to drink, with probably soma fine Iiiiuutniiiu;, iiv; us.uui.i iii.iiko all that Is allowed him, yet it is rarely re ported that the cur) is any the worse for his liberal potations. He always has ono or moro assistants, ilicn there is a recond, oro deputy ehrj, who officiates between times, as tlio chrj never allows himself to bo ...

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

Ail Inventory— with Comments. - Item: some hair— soft, golden brown, : She wears lt.as it were a crown.. . ; Item : two oyrs. Thoy look at me, - -Although there's little there to sec.v , Item : two lips. To Billg, speak, kiss, : ; ; In none oE these arc lliey amiss; . ;: v - Item : a smile. H flits away Kro I its bearilies can portray. . Item: two hands— so fair n:«l fine. ?????-.. T.* Ifitr I fwiii In nnl. with mini-. ; Item: two feet. To kick, m play, ? The lollies of the world away. - Item: hcrdress. Alas! we men ? -. Cannot describe beyond our ken. ? Item : a voice. Its music .stun The heart-strings of her worshippers, v .r. ? ' Each note those fioiver-like lips set frco ? ? A.rosebud's perfume seems to mo. .Item : four wonis. Jly heart's consoled— . 'l.lova you, loo'— and all Is-told.. Fortune,aftevso many knock-down blows, has outdone all previous displays of fickle ness by presenting Sir Charles Diike Willi a legacy o£ £170,000. Tbe fortune comes from the remnants of the Snoo...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

©t-t-3 anb iSnfcs. Man's a poor deluded bubble, Wandering in a mist of lies: Seeing false, or seeing doublo ; Fooled alike by cars and eyes. Yet, presuming on his senses, On ho goes most wondrous wiso ; Doubts the truth, believes protences J Lost in error, lives and dies I Among all tho lilies, And dalfy-down dillics'; Perfumes liko tho shop of a barber : With posies and roses, To snuff up yonr noses ; Who wouldn't tako tea in an arbor 1 * * * A Veteran gambler, in a tempest caught, Once in his life a church's sholtor sought ; Where many a hint, pathetically grave, On lifo's precarious lot the preacher gave. ' Strict truth,' quoth ke ' this reverend sngo declnred ; I feel conviotian— and will be prepared — jNor e er, nenceiortu, since lite tuus steals away, Give credit for a let, leyond a day /' * * * SOLILOQUY OP A nBALlSTIO CIIIOKEN CON TEJIPL1TING niS SHELL. How do I know I ever was inside ? Now I reflect, it is, I do maintain, Loss than my reason, and beneath my pride, To think ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Science. Garbage. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Science. Garbage. The apparent purpose of chemistry, so often realized in the last thirty or forty years, is that nothing shall be wasted, but the solu tion of tho vexod question ' what to dq with garbago ' appears thus far to liavo escaped the notice of tho chemists. Tho vory best disposition of it would bo for ovcry family to burn its own in the kitchon fire, but tlioro arc many housekeepers who object to this. They say it causes unpleasant odors through the house. The writer is unable to confirm this after ten years' exporicnco. The odor, if any, goes up the chimney, as all bad odors should. But the fact remains that in cities (l.nrn ivill 1,„ nf lmimo. keepers who. want such work dono for them at public oxpense. Tho cremation of gar bage is just now attracting attention. This would bo excellent as compared with convert ing it into unwholesome meat and milk, but there would bo nothing recovered except the ash, which might have some slight value for fertilizing. The writer has for...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Sketcher. The Fire King's Tricks, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

SfteUbev. I The Fire King s Triclcs, 'Get onto this bill, Shorty,' remarked tho city editor, who wns an artist iu Knglish when wielding the pencil, but whoso spokon language was fonrfully and wonderfully mutilated. He took a folded hand-bill from between tho leaves of an assignment book,- nnd opened it for my better inspec tion. '? I want you to jump around tliora, find out how he doe3 these things nnd mako an expose of the whole business— or, hold on; the whole business will ho too much ; just confine yoursolf to half ri dozen of the tricks. Tell tho people ,'exactly how thoy aro per formed and in such a clear manner that any ono who roads tho nrticlomay perform them.. Do it in about n column, nnd get your matter in by 12 o'clock.' Then ho fell to sucking nt the stem of bis briarwood pipe with a concentration of at tention never encountered outside of a nows papcr'ofiice and I uuderstood that I and the handbill wero dismissed. ' The handbill was an aggregation of big typo and bigge...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

(Boob Stories. ' ? Dining ono day. in tho early part of the present century, nt tlie house of a Leeds manufacturer, 'tho Indy of tlie house,' re ' . lntcs Mr. Alarlc Alfred Watts, in his recently . published Ufa of his father, ' happened tore ' : ' ' mark to my father upon the difficulty experi enced in Yorkshire in obtaining governesses . whoso mode of speaking was froo from tho . local patois and peculiarities. Sho had had to part with several ladies who had suited ? v/.. ; lior in other respects, in consequence of this defect ; butsliehadjustsucccedodinobtaiiiin^ ono so highly recommended that slio hoped +rnii}ilf-D rtn thia ennrn ivnrr* nf. An . ; . : The lady in question had arrived that vory day, and she had not indeed yet had an oppor 'tunity of seeing her. At that moment ono of the gentlemen observed that a strange lady .V ? wns crossing tho lawn with tho young people of the family, nnd, opening the Frcnch win .. dow, proceeded to admit the now governess, : whom, as being a ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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NOSTALGIA. A Story of Doctor's Latin. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

NOSTALGIA. A Story of Doctor's Lutin. Farmer Connover strode into the house, took oft his fur cap and thick mittens, and unwound numerous kinks of red woollen comforter from his ample throat. Then he sat down by the warm wood fire and said to his wife : ' Seems like I had somethin' to tell you, Sairy Ann, but I can't for the life of me just remember it ncow.' 11 Was it somebody got married !' inquired Mrs. Connover, who was bustling about set ting iue lauie ior supper. ' No, didu't seem as 'twas. Lemme think,' and he pressed a meditative forefinger on that portion of his forehead where beseemed to locate the faculty of memory. 11 Is anybody dead that we're acquainted with?' ' No, no, tain't eyethcr niarryin' or dyin' as I kiu seo. Curus bow I forget things sometimes.' . '? We ain't heard from Ben for quite awhile,' suggested Mrs. Connover. ' That's it 1' cried the farmer, jumping to his feet as sprightly as a log. ' 'Tain't from Ben, leastwise it ain't his handwritin', but it's a le...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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