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Hits and Skits or Sayings and Doings at the Moulamein Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Hits' and Skits' of Sayings' an«S Doings at the Moulamein- Ball, (By CEftftfc'.V Whtffc about the tall gentlemen' wlio1 gave the coach driver a headache next morning by talking about Hennessy's' far-famed brandy, y'ou will require to' keep closs well locked up. Sandy is a' nice gent.,- who told a' lady to make room' for his larger partner.- When is' it coming off Mac;- you' and Jef seem to' be caught on' the sanity pike ? Who Was the belle of th(f ball,- Was- it tlie lady in the ruby dress,- or will the above- mentioned tall gent quarrel oVetf' the lady in cream'?' The lady who bears' the' name of a well-known pansy looked exceedingly well in black skirt and pink bodice.- Well done for' the gent who* talks' Ga'elib occasionally.. Where's all) your pluck, you witli' thB' aristocratic' name ?' What will the tliita' man with' the tall feet say,- when lie liearS of his' fiance^'' and flirting;' no hope for tat-ties1 and lean (meat); — -and wliut about the5 pills, ? ? ?

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Lake Boga. June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Lake Boga. /from oub own correspondent^ June 15. Our Parliamentarians have aroused themselves from their lethargy at last, and hand-iu-hund with their awaking there comes a revival of that all im portant matter, the Lake Baker ques tion I note by the report of tlio Swan Hill Water Trust that that body have decided to bring the matter before tho House again, at an early date, and I Understand that the local inhabitants are about to follow suit. Speaking of Lake Baker reminds one tit old times, as it will bp remembered that the Lake Baker question was the chief topic of conversation, prior to the breaking up of the last parliamentary eessidn. One would think that it was nigh time for the Agricultural College Council supporter?, to throw up the sponge and resign their claims (if any) to the lake, as it is now, and has been so for years a splendid sheet of clear, good water, measuring 3 miles in length , and 2 in width; with an average depth of over 6ft. The river is rising rapidly and ...

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

Mount Wycheproof. (l?BOM DUE OWN CORRESPONDENT.) June 16. Tlie Queen s Jubilee day is the main topic of the district, and in honour of Her Severeigu Lady the Quoen, sports will be held here on the 21st June. tTho entries for the various events are exceedingly large, and as a special train has been arranged from Charlton, and it is anticipated that there will be a Very large attendance, it will be a ted letter day here. A meeting of the local show com mittee was held here on Monday even inir. the 13th inst.. when the nresident. Mr; O'Connor, occupied the chair The main business being the adoption of the balance-sheet, which showed the re ceipts to be £419 18s lid, and ex penditure £393 18s 6d, leaving a balance of £25 10s 5d. Tho Govern ment grant was £78 9s lOd, making the financial assets £104 0s 3d. The Secretary (Mr. Boase), was voted to the sum of £10 for his services) which was very deserving* us he left no stone tmturned to make the show a success.

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

OPES COLtM l10? neeeiSdrili/ idMlifoj MrHtUd j 7i of our Correspomlciils. u ,J comm '''cations mud be acconipankd wj the proper names of the writer*, not for4 publication, but as a (jitdrdntee of gadd Jitith,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Balranald Police Court. JUNE 14. (Before E. L. Rowling, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Balranald Police Court?, JDNE 14; (Before' E L. Kowling, Esq'.-, KM.}1 James (JameiJ. was charged on suspicion of being' of imsound mind. Tlio following evidence was takan. ' — ?- Senior-Constable Simpson deposed ; On the ffLh inst I apprehended defend ent ait, Manfred run ou suspicion of being of unsou'nd mind.- I had pre . vionsly received information from Mr: Taylor, tha overseer,- that a man frad ? - ? ? ^ e xt_ ? t ? i ? ? i yuuo UUl UL Jlltt llllliu*. itu UUH uuu HUUi anything in defendants presence. They were afraid of his violence,- his mate and others would not go liear him He had a large dagger with him. DefeWcB ?ant asked mo wheifc his male M'Millan wus. j told1 Rim he' was eomingt- De fendant tried' to' evade' apprehension. I ? threw him' downy and he asked where my warrant was. 1 told him I had' : one. He then said I won't go. Mr. M'Laren, overseer' at Manfred, assisted me. We put defendant in a buggy, and brought him- on to' the German Tank,- he then refused food, sayi...

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

Sleighing. A Rondeau, Stars aro twinkling Ovor tho snow; Slcighbolls tinkling— Here we go I . Merrily OI Cheerily O 1 New lovers love tho starlight so. Cold, so cold : But our hearts are aflame, And our steeds aro bold ; And who is to blame . If, slily, O I And shyly, Ol Her bead sinks into a furry fold ? Crisp is the air, And her curls float free ; Iu kissing her hair What harm can there be, Shyly, O 1 Slily O I With no one by to hear or seo 1 ? . Rises too soon, Out of the West. The white half-moon ; Nor aro we so blest. ' Wearily, O 1 Drearily, hoi ? New lovers love the starlight beat,

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Moulamein. June 17 [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Moulamein. (Feom our oirti Correspondent. V June 17 On Friday 10th inst, the Selectors Annnal Ball, which had- been' postponed! from the 241th of Slay' on' account of the Land Board sitting at Denili'qnin, took place in the Town Hall here, it was very well attended considering thef weather which' had been showery foif several days previous. Tlie youth' and! beauty of Mbulamein and district being very well represented,- and with' them a sprinkling, or more seasoned heads,, so that the whole was well leavened to gether. The hall had been beautifully decorated with wreathes of flowers and evergreens— the handiwork of Misses' Penny and Cameron,- and Messrs. M'Kcntfo, O'Connor and Higgs — Danc- ing^ begaiV at 8: p.m., M!r. Neil M'Auley acting- most efficiently as'Sf.C. At 12* o'clock Mr.- M 'An ley led off to supper^ which was served by Sirs.- Hijjgs in iv most satisfactory manner.- Kain be-~ gan' to' fall about 3 a.-ni.,- and' the floor' getting rather heavy with mud, it was1 shortly af...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Boys' Column Whaling on Horseback. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

I Column Whaling on Horseback. 'I bavo been a whaler myself,' said a naturalist, to the enptnin of n whaler, who bnd been showing him over tho littlo vessel, and explaining the methods of securing tho groat game. '.Indeed I' said the skipper. ' Not a long cruiso, I tako it ?' ' No,' replied the naturalist ; ' it wns a very short one, and was mado on horse baok.' 'What I' exclaimed tho sailor; 'Gn n. whaling on horseback ?' 'That's precisoly what wo did,' replied tho other, with a laugh at tho man's per plexity. ' It was a number »f yearn ago, when I wns a studont, and being vory muoh interested in the subject of whales, I deter mined to spend the summer down at Capo Cod, whero these animals, ns you know, aro often caught. To make perfectly- suro that I should sec every wlinle thnt came in, I made friends all along shore, and offered to pay the men to send mo word as soon as ono was brought in, and I can assure you I saw whales enough that summer. Almost every day they would be sight...

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 — 22 June 1887

to VitE Editor oi1 TiiEl KgdoSBSrt. ^ .Uear Sir, — The letter which has ena* mated from the pen of '* Ich Dien'' seems to me to be Sucli, as that no ono but an annonymous writer wodld dura to countenance.- That gentleman charges nie with not mentioning ' tfhat line of literature my interests was concen* trated,' in reply I might ssty that ray1 interests cover the whole range of stan-1 uara works, and that whatever has for its tendency the elevation and ennobling of humanity has my heartiest support/ Further, I am charged with propound' ing cob-webbed ideas,- which tho brush of a debating society and reading would Boon sweep away.' I might ask ''♦ich t-iea ' why be denends on n deW,\,r/ society to sweep thttn away, Is he in* capable of performing the task himself, or is he depending on childish assertions to do for him,- what only reason and common sense could accomplish.- Lot me on behalf of onr debating society to extend to -f IcIy Dien' a hearty welcoinef to any of our meetings, w...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. Bill Nye's Budget. NORTH CAROLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

Ifoumor* Bill Nye's Budget. NORTH CAROLINA. North Carolina is generally mountainous in its geographical department, and on tlio map which I porused as a student tho Stato wns of a dark-blue color. Greatly to my surpriso,, however, on arrivinghero I found North Car-*1 olina to bo red. The soil, such as it is, has the same rosoato hue as tho adult brlok of com merce, and continues in that condition con stantly. The farms generally aro not laigo in sizo, and are divided into three classes— viz., tho Mansard farm, tho Gothic farm, and tho Dor mer farm. A good Gothic farm, near town, Will hrimrfrnm fir. f-n !r,ol,,rl!^„ large wall-pockets to hold farming implc- ; menls at night, so that tlicy will not drop ! out of the Gothic farm3 into tho Dormer farms below. I do not say that these mountain farms aro ? steep. I simply state that tho wator readily runs off when applied to them. ? Tobacco is the great staple here. It is mostly of tho smoking variety, though on tho bottomlands a very hard...

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

flIM0cellaneou0+ Kitty Mnlonc. ' Its tellin' my story, yc'ro askin' 1 Shuro, miss, there is little to tell ; Tho children are down wid tho fayver, And mesilf, I am not over woll. ' Where's Pat? Shure now ye aro taysin' ; Who knows, when a man is away ? The women must bide wid tho babbies, And nlvcr be idle nor play. ' Out o£ work ? Shure ye are right, miss, Not a hap'orth he's dono for a year. Git along, is it? Why, 'tis tho wasliin' And scrubbin' that kapes us all here. 'Ye see, miss, when Pat is a slay pin' So swate, and a drnmin' of heaven, Why, I tend tho babbies and washes For you folks in two twenty-soven. ' And thin, I'll be mindin' the childcr, The fayver is hard on 'em, dear- - What's ailin' the likes of ye, lady ? Ycr swato oyes is wot wid a tear I 'Ye see, as I said, while Pat's slaypin', I'm airnin' our pennies for bread, Or givin' a sup to poor Johnnie, Or puttin' tho habby to bed. ' It keeps me that busy I never Know whether it rains or it snows, Quit washin' ? Why, bl...

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

Labour Agency and Itcgistry Ollicc. Registration Fee, 2s Gd, fingftgfiftitht fe6, 2s 6(1. Malcolm & beAtY have the following on their books. Open- for Engngempnt — Married Couple (boundary-rider) for Out-station/ Station Overeers/ ! Munager or Partn6i' fot StOreteepifig business. Wanted Married Mitfi as Boundary Rider for out-Btation ; also a Single Man as Boundary Rider. _ Noticc. WANTEt) Good IIotjaEfciifei'Ku iot Station neitr Wentworth. Re ferences. Apply ? MALCOLM k BEATY/ 'Wauled BULl.OCfc TEAMS to enrt iti LOGS, .near Ti oleybuo. — Apply MALCOLM. -U JBEATY, Notice. BALRANALD DISTRICT. I IfR. II. S. M'MAIION notifies that ItX Itfe lillti been appointed A^enfc fol: i'ib AMAiidAMATED SiiEAituits Uriidif bp Australasia for the above district. H. S. M -MA HON. Union Office, next Court-house, lliver-stll;yt|Jtj:ilruiiuld. Paddo eking. 1AM prepiirpd to receive a UHttitiel' of HORSES in tlie Racecourse Paddock. Secure fence ami good yard. Terms on application to T. H. BOYNTON...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
B. L. & Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 22 June 1887

B. Li. & Debating Society. Tlio IibIihI fortnightly ni&Bting of the hi bve Society wub llfeld at the Parsonage bu Monthly evening, 1 3 th inst; w ben a Binall utlendunce at' tneinbera wuu {ire bent-. The Revi T. Ti Ilurvey (presideht) occupied the chuir. Tho tuinutes of the J)rBvioiis meeting \teto tead und confirmed. A letter wus read from the Municipal Council) granting the use of one of the i-oolnH in the Couneil-cliamlierSj as- n hieetittg (iluce for the StiCictyi Mr. Southee moved und Mr. Hayts SRcondedj that a cordial vote of thiiiiks he passed und recorded tb 1I1B Oouucil for tliBir offer. Messrs. Ti Kiilditf. iii B^yhton uhtl ^Herbert Menon were noiuinaled fur hiembel-sliip. The sub committee tippoilited to dliUV but und revise rules for |n - cediu e, laid such rules oil the tulile, when after fcome lit bio discttssioh they were re ceived und adopted; * Messrs. SuUtliee, Grihlinhij. nHd tlib feccrptUry were iljipoinled to make the upcesstiry urrnngetnents for...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Humor. The Man with an Appetite. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

Ibumor. ? The Ulan with an Appetite. A man I know's tho hungriest ono That over saw tho light ; iv-: His gormandising's never dono, llo's such nn nppetitc. .- Tho story brought to mo, you know, - . ^ By littlo list'ning birds, Wns thnt a day or two ago f. Ho firstly ate his words. Then going homo he from a slfelf Apond'rous volume took, . r ' : And thero nlone quito by himself . ? . Ho soon devoured tho book. : Still, pangs of burger ne'er forsook ': : j - This most voracious male, -. ; Not only he devoured the book But swallowed too tho tale. And yet he longed for moro to eat, . ; Yes, still ho craved for more, ; Until ho made his meal complcto i Quick bolted ho the door. Economic Directors. — Tho following . amusing story Is an excellent illustration of tho difference between old and neweduca* ' ' tional methods and expenditures. It nlso proves thnt tho boys of tho olden times pnid ' denrly for the thingB thnt gavo plcnsure. The school bonrd in a New Zealand district bad met to di...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
The Worlds Way. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

The World's Way. At Haroun's court it chanced, upon a time, An Arab poet mado this pleasant rhyme : ' Tho new moon is a horseshoe, wrought of God, Wherewith tho Sultan's stallion shall he shod,' On hearing this his Highness smiled, and gavo Tho man a rrnlrt ninrn. Rincr nrmtn. O slave! Above his lute tho happy singer bent, And turned nnothor graceful compliment. And, ns beforo, tho smiling Sultan gavo The man a shekah. Sing again, 0 slavol Again tho verse camo, fluent as a rill ? That wanders, Bilver footed, down a hill, The Sultan listened,' nodded as bofore, Still gavo tho gold, and still demanded more. Tho nimble fancy that had climbed so high, Grew weary with its climbing by and by ; Strange discords rose, tho sense went quite amtss ; The singer's rhymes refused to meet and kiss ; Invention flagged, tho mute hnd got unstrung, And twice he Bang the song already sung. The Sultan, furious, callcd n lute nnd Bald i ' 0 Musta, straightway whip mo off his head I' Pools ! not in Arabia...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Miscellaneous. The Tide Will Turn if You Bide A Wee. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

Miscellaneous. The Tide TV111 Turn if Yon Bide A Wcc. The Bkippor stood on tho windy pier, ' O, mate,' ho said, ' sot every sail ; For lovo is sweet if true and dear, But bitter is lovo if lovo must fall.' ' No hurry, skipper, to put to sea ; The wind is foul and tho water low J But the tide will turn if you wait n wee, And you'll get ' Yes ' where you got ' No.' ' Tho skipper turned ngnin with a smile, And he found his love in a better mood; For sho had had time to think tho Whilo, ' I shall find ten worse for one as good.' So the tide had turned and ho got ' Yea, Tho sails were filled and tiio wind wns fair. i. Don't limit the pleasant words, I pray, They nre for everyone everywhere. The tide will turn if you wnit a wee, And good's not lost if but deferred ; Supposing your pinna have gono a gloy, Don't flee away like a frightened bird. Say that you've asked a favor in vain, To morrow may be a better day ; The tide of fortune will turn again, And you'll get ' Yes'' where you got 'N...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

KECIPES. Onion Soup. — Boil four Spanish onions in a quart of water until nearly cooked, strain off the water, then finish cooking the onions in a quart nnd n half of milk nnd wnter. When they nre quite tender pass .them through n sieve nnd add to them milk if needed to mako the right consistency with the milk and water tlio onions were cooked in. Add pepper nnd salt, nnd beforo serving n pieco of butter the size of n wnlnut. Servo with dice shaped pieces of toasted bread. Bread Sauce for Roast Fowl — Peel and quarter au onion, simmer it in ono pint of milk until tender, bleak somo stalo bread into small pieces, nnd free from crust or hard bits, place it in a saucepan nnd strain tho milk over it. Lot it soak for an hour, then beat smooth with n fork nnd ndd Bensoning of cnyenne, pounded mace, salt, and 1 oz of butter. A little cream beaten in hot is an improvement. Sweet Omelet— Beat whites of four and yolks of six eggs with a -little salt. Placo n piece of butler tho size of nn egg...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

ftabfee' Column. Decorative and Othor Notes. — A pretty way of making baby blnnkets is to bnvo the edges erenolntcd instead of scalloped. Dellcato torchon lace finishes tho edges. A cradle afghan is made (3alternatostripes of threo inch wide bluo satin ribbon and guipure Insertion. Marguorites aro applied on tho satin stripes. Wido guipuro lnco corresponding to tho Insertion, edges the dainty cover. Hot chnmomile bnga ofton givo relief to suflorers from nenrnlgin. ? They nre mndo of linen, lightly filled with chamomile bios soms; reject tho Btalks. Whon needed, place thom on a tin plate In the oven, whero tliov will beoomo very hot but not burn. Io mako n pretty whlsk-broom holder, cover the pasteboard, caso smoothly with silesia nnd edgo tho top and bottom with cord. Drape a bright Bcarf edged with sequins jjracefully on the outer side, so-that none of tho caso shall be visible, and sus pend by cord or ribbon. Tho Bilesia should bo of the color of the scarf, A notable housekeeper s...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, June 28, [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

[?] Sydney, Juno 28, In the Assembly a temporary Sup ply Bill to cover £568,000 was passed through all its' stages. Tha House proceeds with tlio Bills relul ing to the Tobacco und Spirit Duties. The excise duty on tobacco is Is 3d per lb, to dute from the 31st of March last. The . duty oil colonial spirits is to be 13s per gallon, commenc ing from the same date. The Premier introduced liis pro uosals for the celebration of the Cen tennial Memorial Building, to be called the State House, The house will be divided into several compartments for various national und social purposed, includiiiga mausoleum for the interment cf those who have been honored by public fitneral, and grouuds uie to be designated the ' Queen's Park.' The majority uppeured to receive the sug gestions with satisfaction. The amount spent by the present und urecediii' Governments unon unem ployed is £138,400. The Bulli Commission have concluded their inquiry and will send in their re port next week. The libel cuso R...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Health. Household Sanitation. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

Ibealtfo. Household Sanitation. In the present wonderful concentration of tho doings of tho cntlro world, published brondcast by tho million both morning and ovening, wo nro npt to get filled up with whnt concerns othors and forget thnt which nffcets our homes nnd ono of tho greatest of our blessings— sturdy health, I propose in tho present discussion of this subject to touch only upon such common facts ns mny be understood bv nil — the Question of sownso in our homes. First I wish to disprove tho commonly accepted theory that the E?ent generator of wbnt Is termed sower gns nnd wliioh in nenrly every Instance Is not gas nt. all, but only sewor miasma, Is in the street sower mains. Tho conditions nccossnry to prouueo gas from decomposed matter — heat nnd stagnation— nre wholly wanting in the street sewer, for in the ordinary mains of n city the tcmpcrnturo is not over ten degrees higher on nn nverago thnn the ntmosphore nt tho street level, nnd tho average will fall below that where ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
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