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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Yesterday, throusliout Her Majesty's dominions, was celebrated the Jubilee or tho fiftieth year of Queen Victoria's i eign, and, in looking back to such a reign, we gladly admit that, in the long roll of monarclis who have occupied the throne of tho United Kingdom, no name stands out witj.1 so bright a lustre as that of our present Queen. Taking a hurried backward glance at the great and advancing progress that lias taken place during the post lifty years of Her Majesty's rule, it must be admitted that progress of the most material nature has been developed in all branches, of such a kind that makes our civilization happily progressive and harmonious, moro especially when we look at the large — and, we hope, in creasing — liberties that are freely ace rded to the colonies of tlie British Empire, since the accession of Qneen Victoria to the British crown. We, as colonists, have been particularly favored by having given us that liberty anu ireeaom ui manaymy our own affairs, that is t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
MR. BANK'S MATRIMONIAL VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

MR, BANK'S BIATKISHOSIAL VENTUSE. 'Glad to see you, Mr. Banks, IIow are you?' And the senior partner in the firm o£ Johannot, Johnson S: Co., leaned back in his office chair, and seized Joshua Bank's hand in a cordial grasp. ' How's trade/' continued Mr. Johannot, as his visitor seated himself, and removing his straw hat, wiped ofl his beady forehead. The day had been warm, and Mr. Banks was rather corpulent. ' Looking up, replied tnc latter, a3 fie re stored his handkerchief to his pocket, and began to fan himself, with his hat. ' I have booked some unusually good orders this week.' Mr. Joshua Banks was the representative o£ a large wholesale house in Melbourne. Though loo valuable a member of the house corps of employes to be often sent ' on the road,' he was occasionally intrusted with im portant commissions to country customers. He had met Mr. Johannot when on previous visits to Dee'pdale, and as genial mon, each anxious on business principles to conciliate the other, they got a...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Ijifkovejients. — The contractors for erecting the fence enclosing the public re creation gouiid, are making rapid progress with their work. The work in connection with the forming, kerbing, and channelling of Court-street, was- commcnced last week by the contractors, and already the work done, shows that this contract will bo a great imnrovement tr- the atmearance of tho thoroughfare. Mr, O'Donnell has also made a start with tho required alterations at the local Post-oflice ; while the contractor for the widening of tho approaches to tho bridge across the Murruinbidgee proceeded with his work last week. Musical Treat. — A nrasical treat of no ordinary kind -will be provided to the resi dents of Balranald and district, on the 3rd, ;lth, and 5th of next August, when Mr. Robert Kennedy, a member of the well known family of Scottish vocalists of that name, will visit Balranald and give three or four concerts. Mr. Robert Kennedy, We have had the pleasure of hearing on severa...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. WILL O' THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

floveltst WILL ©' IDE MILL. ... - . Tho mill wlioro Will lived with his adopted parents stood in a falling valley . betweon pino woods and groat mountains. ; Above, hill aftor lull soared upwards until thoy soared out of tho depth of tho hard iest tiinbor, and stood naked against tho - aky. Some way up, a long, gray village lay, like a seam or a ray of vapor on a wooded hillside ; and when tlio wind was favorablo, tho sound of tho chureli bells .would drop down, thin and silvery, to Will. ...?* Below, the valloy grew . ever steoper and ? ? Bteoner. and at thn R.nnn f.imn widnnnrl niir , on either hand; and from an eminence beside tho mill it was possiblo to seo its :: whole length and away beyond it over a ; . f wide plain, wlioro tho rivor turned and shone, and moved on from city to city on / ? its voyago to tho sea. It chanced that over tliiB valloy thero lay a pass into a neighboring kingdom ; so that, quiot and rural as it was, tlio' road that ran along beside tho rivor was a hi...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

[?] Ssdney, June- m The Governor refused the cuble mess age to the Queen, passed by Messrs. Walker and his supporteyg about the Sunday closing: of theati'HS. The officers of the defence force' were lmnquetted on Saturday evening. The Governor presiding.. SJioolrloforrl wAn f.Tia fan-mila Race on Saturday night in the Mel bourne Exhibition, Joseph Bluckliorne, locomotive' iir spector, was run over at Buthursfc, loos ing both of his legs. Sir Henry Parkes laid tlie fotrndtrErofi' stone of the new hospital at North Shore on Saturday, i Lawson's furniturefactory caught fire yesterday, and damaged to* the' amount of £1,0001 Mayor Kiley stated in his address on laying the foundation stone at the Oddfellows' Hall, that 20'yenrs ago' he commenced life as a friendless- errand boy on 5s a week, Xiondon, June 19. The J ubil'ee- address from the W.SiW. Parliament has been forwarded* to the Queen, by Sir Saul Samuel, C M.G. has been confered1 on Mr. Burns, Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, It is repor...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Poetry. On a Hymn-Book. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

? s poetic '? Ou a Hynm-Boolc. ' . v. Old.hymn-book, sure I thought I'd lost you / In the days now long gone by j ; I'd forgotten where I tossed you, ?v. v - v. Graoiousl how I sigh. In tho church n thin partition ;.y.\ ?*, Stood between lier pew and mine ; .v v.: ^ And her pious, sweet contrition . . Struck mo as divine. . . Yes, remarkably entrancing Was sho in her sablo furs ; And my oyes were always glancing Up, old book, toilers. Bless you, very well she knew it, ? . And T'm RllrA rIip lilrrrl if. inn ; Once she whispered, ' Please don't do it,' - ? - But her eyes said, ' Do.' How to speak — to tell my passion? ? How to make hor think mo true ? Love soon found a curious fashion, . - . For he spoke through you. How I used to search your pages For the words I wishod to say ; And received my lnbor's wages Every Sabbath day. o r Ah, how sweet it was to hand her You, with lines I'd marked when found I . And how well I'd understand her ? . When sho blushed and frowned. ' ' And ono da...

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

Jubilee Thanksgiving Service. A thanksgiving service was held at St. B irnabas' Church yesterday morn ing at which the Masons and Good Templars attended in regalia as a mark of rcspect to the Queen, and to take part in the Jubilee Thanksgiving Service for that day. The Masons and Templars met at the Masonic Ilall, and then marched down the street to tho Tim on»;„l nf H„inlrQ. giving that had been prepared for use in all the English Churches was used. The sermon was preached by the Rev T, T.Harvey, who took his test from Mark 12, 17. After referring to tho Scrip tural nature of the text, Mr. Harvey said, to-day, of all days, the completion of the fiftieth year of our beloved Queen's reign, we should show our love and respect for her by pub licly expressing our gratitude to God Almighty for wliut' She has dono di recuy uiuj luuircciiy ior tne goou oi uic nation. The influence of a good wo man in a small community is felt on all sides. Then what mnst be the power of our good Queen's in...

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

ttro IttVahValilfr, being highly teurativo-, tehic Tantl Btiinul&tinft, without intoxicating. No hiattor what ytiur feeling or symptoms ft'rt), What til 6 diaeasi Ur ailmont ia, use Ho\i )3itt0ra. iiou't wait until you aro sick, but if ydii only feel bad or miserable, uso Hop bitters at onco. It may save your life, Hundreds havo been savod by Bp doing. ?£500 WiU ba paid for a case thfey will not tufti Ur help. Prosecute tho Swiiifllcrs J ! tf whoh you oall for American Hop Hit tots i:ie6 yreai lyihj qf Hops on the white labe Virid Dr. Houle's name blown in tlte bottle), tho Vendor.hunila out anything but American Hop Bitters, refuse it aud shun that vendor ias you would a viper } and if he hdB taken ?jyour money fur imytt t'iity vise indict him for tho fraud and tmo him for damages foi the dwindle, aud wo will pay youliborally forth® Conviction. KEBHK HOTEL, JQH^N CULLEN, Junr-- Proprietor. -?idaa hccomiftodatiOii far Cd'm mcrcial men and families. feommbdioua s'tableS and a...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Balranald Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Balranald Presbyterian Church. A meeting of the Managers of the above church was held on Wednesday afternoon. Present, — The Rev, A. Hardie, (in the chair), Messrs, Macpherson, Law1 rence, Murray, and the Hon. Secretary', (Mr. B. Beaty.) Mr. Hardie opened tha meeting with F'T' , The minutes of the previous meeting Were read and confirmed, A Iottor was read from tlie Rev. J. M, Ross, General Agent of the church, placing before the Managers the neces sary requirements in connection With the financial business of the chafes, and also as to dates of church meetings. M r. Murray read a statement of the financial position of the church, whicb was considered to be highly encourag ing. Mr, Macpfierscm moved that the 'bal ance due on account of the Sustenta tion Fund be remitted to Mr, Linton for transmission to' Sydney. The amounts received and promised on behalf of the Building Fund up to date, have reached the satisfactory to tal of n?-sut £220, and it is expected that tfiis amount will b...

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

PROVIDENCE . Helps those who help themselves. Nature h-« pro. vitlcd herbs for the cure ot human ailments. uu! medical science has discovered their healing j-owcrs/, and tlie proper combination necessary to conquer diseaso. Tho rcbult of theao dlecovcrita'and comblua* tlon is-1* Br. Bell's Bitters For many years it has been tested in severe ca^-* 0/ ? Kidney and Liver Diseases, Malaria, Dyspepsia, In digestion. Weakness, Lassitude, &c., and invariably lb has given relief and cure. Thousands of testimonial^1 have been given; and it most popular where best known; JDAIILY & HOURLY EVEKTSj Headache. — The Stomach is disordered; Olean£oand settle it with Dr. Bell's Bitters. Indigestion.— Start tho Sccretiona of the StomaeW with Dr. Bull's Bitters. Jundicc. —Blood poisoned by Bfle; Correct thtf Liver by using Dr. Bell's Bitters. Lobs of Appetite.— Tho stomach is failing. First* cleanse it ; then tone with Dr. Bell's Bittern. Torpidity.— Inaction of Liver. Start it up with ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

MALCOLM & BEATY, jWwft muX «i(w §Vijcnt-s, SUtttionm'tf, nm\ sptmt IVflMts,. BALKAN ABil». LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under th» Crown' Lands Act of 1884, And pnsa through the J*4ND OFIHIGE^ Also appears at tho Local Land Court, ' And nttend to any ...... MNS- BUSINESS Entrusted to them Full information and particulars on jLand Mutters to he had from MALCOLM & BEATY, Balranald. Division of Runs. NOTICE. 'jiffALCOIiM & BEATY are pre JlU pared to execute Maps 'and Tracings of Land ; also Plans, SpccificatioBy, etc. '? THE Australian Joint Stock Bank, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1853U PAID TXF CAPITA L — .£500,000, with power to increase to- £lr000,000 Rbsbrvb Fund— £2SO;0OVL HEAD OFFICE; Snwnsr, iONDOUf OFFICE z 2 Krxo Wiluam Btjtket, E-C Blanches throughout New South Wales and Qoecas* ' Sand r Agents In all tho other Colonics and in Great Britain, America, India, China ; and correspondent t)Ue principal citlcs ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

£ !BaIranald Hotel , (TATTERSALL'S) * Mrs: M. Ji MURPHT? TJIi:(3S to announce to her friends and the H 1) public, that she has now taken the S$pf hbove well-known Hotel. It will be . Lei ^i_J;nj!;jiiuivtjJi..cffiridii-;t tlio business su tljsi ?»??? It may uomparii favourably willi the leading Metropolitan Hotels in attrsulivoucss and Comfort. , Every attention paid to boarders and visitors. . The largest and most Commodious houso iu town. dittos, fjetrg, & 'Spirits U the . P/st |lwuute always; in jFirst-class Stabling. ESiUiimls. M. J. MUIiPHY, ProprietrfisS. AMERY'8 , Commercial Hotel, ' M'mahon brothers, - PK,»S3jp°i«a. Messrs. m-mahon Bros. i-c» to notify to the puhlie of Bitl inmild and district, that they have taken the above well-known Hotel, and liopo b)' «i viiijr ovory attention, to hierit a fuir share of support. Every accommodation, with home bom forts. Sample Rooms for Commercial ^Travellers. Good Billiard Table. T?irsfc class fetiililing Accommodation. Best Bra...

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

BIRTH. Lawrence. — At Canally on tho 15th inst., tho wife of Alexander Lawrence, Esq., of a son. -(EIte Jiibmmt gccavber 'WEDNESDAY, 22nd JUNE.

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
PASTORAL. Balranald Riverina Recorder Office; Tuesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. — o ? Stverina Recorder Office; Tuesday Evening; Tlleweatlier. during: tho past week wast favourable,, with pleasant intervals. of warm, sunshine,, followed with) slight showers of tlie lviuil that makc3-.glad the hearts of thoeo engaged in pastoral and. agriculturalpursuits- Tha* present seaaoiu being, one of tha beat, known; throughout these districts;. iiiversi— Gundaguij. Oft Hay, 8ft;: Wag ga-,, 8ft Gini;; Balranald, flft Gin;: Wilcaimia,, 7it;; Menindiej, 20ft, lin.;: Pooncario,, 23ft, - 2m.;; Wentworthi, 12ft 3m,;; Wahguiiyuh,. tit 9ini; Eohuca,. 15ft Gin.;, Swan. Hill, Oft. Mini;. Euston, Oft 9in.; Alburjv„ 4ft 8in» Stock Movements. — 3,560: wethers: a/, aplondiil lot, tho property of. Messrs.. Taylor, and. Bertram, from, their Garnpang; station) crossed here on Saturday en routo fbr tlie: Victorian, markets. Paul Busho in, oharge:. 2000 fat. slieep, the proporty of Mr..J..H..Futtarson, Gol Gol„ will cross on Thursday for the Victorian, market— J-obson i...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Settlement on the Darling. (SYDNEY MAIL REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Settlement on the Darling. (Svcsfnv Mail REFou'fEJit.) It is now neiirly Ii:ttf u century s'incti Kettlfimont commonced on tho Ddi'liiig. iSsi fii'Rt it was confined to the frontage, nud littlo or nothing whr known regard Jug tho' buck country— that waterless^ Bandy region stretching to the South Arstraliim border in ono direction, and in another to tlio boundaries of Queens land.- Now, hoWnvnr, tlio buck country }s ifottlvd aud stockcd in every direction, ttncf in most instances woll improved. Wentworth,- which lay a claim to lie tno ruturo itxienu city ot Ansti'aim, o 'if account of its situation noar the boundnrioH of New South Wales, Vic toria and Spilth Australia, is tlio first Jtfwn met with on tho Darling. Around it on every sido are largo estates, farm ing being dofifl on n very small scale. 3'iany things mifitnto against the last J/ftjustry — 'among others the uncertainty of the rainMi, tlio little knowledge pos asssed regarding irrigation, and tho na tural inclination of o...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Murrabit. June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Murrabit. {tllolj OUB COKKESrOHDENTS.) Jtu6 16; This district has been favored with a really good rain. Tho weather had been threatening for rain for some time, and light showers had fallen, but they conld not do much good. However, on the evening of the 1 0th inst. the rain fell in earnest, and continued next day, about two inches having fallen alto gether. The crops were wanting tho rain badly, and there waB a large acre age under crop that was just the same us when sown, and had not 8t''dck. The wheat will now get a good start, and, as the ground has got a good soak ing, will do without rain for some time. The crops that Were sown early are greatly improved already, and are look ing real well, and thero is a good proB pect for all those that -fvill bg fcble to irrigate in tho spring. On tho 9th inst. a tea meeting -was held at Murrabit West, under the auspices of the Church of England, Which was very successful. The Rev. Mr. Scott, of Kerang, conducted the public meeting, and add...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Mr. Basford's Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

' Mri Basfoi'd's Jubilee. In tlieso days of jubilation; when tho air It BI,r-J'mrg'!(l ^vitli glaunes8, it i' notetrnnce that tlie the private citizen Should in a cer tain (Ibgrce catch tlib ihfection, aiid rojnico an licailily oVcl- blessiiips, post and present, a8J i f,8. 9lau'-ius Majesty the Queen. And tins sentitnent is one \vbich every man and womnnj w lintcvcr bu his or hor station in life, shotild foster. Gratitude is a crate too little cultivated, nnd on too many lips . Ti; i- ''.'I'. J' tins spirit tlio storv of Mr. Radford's juliilre is given. It will be fdund not oilly absorbing as the most thrilling tale bf the Uovelist, bnt rivals It iu met, in that it is. strictly truo. i wns born in NortlianiplbnshitOi lint/land 1st hovember, 1844. When lc*s than five jears ofagb hiy parents removed to Aus tralia, and ns I have lived here ever since, moslly in Gippslamli 1 may well lay claim to being a Jilolieeri I am a cold-miner by oc cupation and was always a strong hearty 'tin ul...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Pannoobamawn. June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Pannoobamawn. (3?BOM OUB OWN CoBRESPflNbliNT.} Juno 0. Since I last addressed you we have have had abundance of rain, and, as a natural consequence, the roads are all in a very heavy state. Beyond a few 'growlers,' everbody seoins well satis fied and pleased. The downpour lids caused the crops to come on splendidly, and I am informed by an old resident U«» UUU p.O sented itself for Bome eight or nine years. The opening match of th8 crickbting season took place on Saturday last — Bamawn V. Piavella. The Bamawn captain. Winning the toss, elected to place his men in the field, and the Pia vella defenders took charge of the wil low. Owing, however, to the excel 1 ATI ft fninrllih-r nf f! nnd 'R f.Vio batsmen made a poor Btand, being all disposed of for the small total of 24 runs, Tho Bamawn men were more successful, as they totted up the figures to 43, thereby gaining the victory — decided by first innings.- For Piavella, G. and B. Orchard and Bray scfiWercd tho wickets.- Some good cont...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Oxley Hotel, OXLEY, BEGS to ittform his friends that in conjunction with theubove Hotel, he hus Opened the Store known as the OXLEY STORE, under the manage ment of HARRY LEE. A. W. HARTLAND, OXLEY GOOD Accomodation Paddocks ono mile from Oxloy. Plenty of Grass and Water, All caro but no responsibility/ Apply— A. W, HARTLAND, But cher, Oxloy. BURTON BROS., Coach Proprietors, BALRANALD AND SWAN HILL, BALRANALD TO HAY Monday - ? ...- 10 a.m. .... _-Wednosduy, .-.. 5 Friday ... ... 0 a.m. BALRANALD TO WENTWORTH/ Monday 1 ' ... 7 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Saturday ..-. ..; 7 p.m. ?SWAN HILL TO WENTWORTH, Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Saturday 1-.. 5 a.m. PERMBW N , WRIGHT and Co. (Limited), BALRANALD, Have fob Sale — ' linuirf : eitaff, . ,''l,nr'' Salt, ? Wire. MALCOLM -b BEATY, Agents, Notice. 'jp^OS SAIiEl at tho Recorder Office Impounding Act. Diseases in Sheep Act. Now Land Act. - . Timo -Payment Forms, Transfor Forms, Real Property Aot. Mortgago Forms, Real Property Act Bills ot Salo Forms, Pow...

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Billiard Match at Oxley. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Billiard Match at Oxleyv (rltOM? OUR' OWN CbRTVEStONiJEttTV June Id. The return rrftitcli mentioned in my last, between E! Bradley' and William' Bloomfield, came off at Slatter's Billiard1 Room on Saturday, 4'th June; for J56 0V ? besides having side wagers amounting in all to about £5510, and 1' do# new bell' toppers-;- Bradley ceeding 10t?pOinty to Bloomfield1 in 5001 up, both men being' -,uiruuouii ui auuucaa, nimiiijj. piHlluy ui admirers and supporters; Mr.- Solomon' was the backer of Bradley, Bloomfield being backed by Mr, Thomas Fowler, well known iw racing circles.- It is superfluous to' say that the' match ex eifcilt.hB oronfoof infm-ooK .nr,* but within a radous of 50' miles;- The' | billiard-roomy including the- wliole of | the hotel, being densley crowded' with' p spectators;, the result as anticipated by | the knowing ones',- Was' by Bradley 3 beatiiVg his opponent By about 40' 5 points, Jit the' conclusion things were p slightly mixed, owing to tho backer of - | Bradle...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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