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Balranald Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

j Balranald Municipal Council, i A meeting of tlie above Council was held at tho Chambers, Court-street, on Monday evening. Present — Aldermen ? Close (mayor), Cram, Barlow and Grinhuui, The minutes of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. Aid, Cram moved and Aid, Grinham seconded, that accounts amounting to £9S; la be passed for payment, Tho bank book waB tabled, shewing a credit balance of £164 14s 4d. Aid. Grinham moved, and Aid1, Cram socondod, that Mr. Podendorff be paid 7!- por cent on account of con tract in Mnyall-street, Moved by Aid. Grinham and sec onded by Aid. Cram, that tho previous motion re payment on account to H. Podendorfl', bo rescinded, for the reason that the application was not in time to go ou the bubiueM sheet, Aid. Barlow moved and Aid. Grin ham seconded, that tho sum of £30 be passed for payment to Messrs, Davis and Meredith on account of contract, Aid. Cram not voting. Aid. Barlow suggested that means should be taken to carry away water to the riv...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Odds and Ends. The Runaway Maiden. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

©Dt-s anb ; Tho Runaway Maiden. Bcsido a little brooklet There sate a littlo maiden, Who conned a littlo booklet, And oko was not afraiden ; Her glossy, sunny ringlets Shone like ns thoy wero golden ; An nngol without wlnglots This maiden was, I'm toldcn, She hnd a pretty flowrct Within her hnnde well shapen, *PVip tn f.Viln lonfr hnwAMf. The maiden had cscnpen From gloomy convent outlet, Which was, perchance, left open— She'd come here fyr to poutlet, And likewise for to mopon. But horo tho found tho pamphlet, Concerning which I've spoken It told about a tramplet, Which means a mnn tlint's broken, Sho rend until tho owlet With hoots awoke tho welkin ; Then sho began to howlet And, furthermore to yelkln, Tho wniling of the dnmBcl Aroused a neighboring hnmlet— ? Folks thought it wns a lambsel A-blcating for its damlct. When night began to darken Tho western clouds of violet, And wolves began to barken, That littlo maid did diolet. 'Tis said tho Arabs do not know A handsaw from a pris...

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

Sftetcfoer. In Former Days. Aa soon as tho sailor of former days was out of his ' time,' ho wa3 fit to go anywhere or do anything. Tho ship wnB bis house, and thero was nothing he did not know about her and her gear, i'oor landsmen havo to send for plumbers and carpenters nnd plastorers when they wnnt nnything dono to their houses; but the trained seaman was inde pendent. He could tako his turn as cook, cobble his own Bhocs, darn his stockings, make a sail, work an clnbornto mat, tie any knot that the wildest ingenuity of man over contrived, steer ns straight ns an arrow, no matter how much watching nnd nursing the vessel required — in Bliort, ho wns a perfect Tnocfni. .nt Ma wnrlr nml enllld satisf V llij 0WI1 necessities during the longest and most tedious of voyages. People who know nothing about the matter picture tho old sailor ns the most careless and joyous of men ; ho wns not. Ho was grnvo to the Inst degree, nnd rather taciturn than otherwise. When a crew wero dis charged, ...

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

OPEN jCOLlJMlV. ? Wt do iiot lieCtSsariltJ ideitti/ij otirsclvit with the opinions of our Correspondents. All communications must be accontpanied by the proper names of the wrtieMj not /of publication , but as a guarantee qf yodd faith %

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

? (Boob Stories.- , , She Pound His Fault.— Somo persons' . ?' conceptions of Christian conduct nro as ab : surd ns tbnt o£ a penurious old woman, who was Invited to ten at tho homo of n family with whom n worthy nnd denrly beloved cler gyman was staying. Ho wasamanof remark* ablo purity of character nnd gentleness of manner, nnd wns universally loved nnd re Bpected. After tea ho cxcused himself on , : . account of a sovcro hendaehe, nnd went to , iiis own room. ' Woro you not greatly pleased with him 1' v, asked tho lady of the house of this old per son, after tho minister had retirod. ' Ok, purty well,' was the doubtful reply. '.'I know you would be,' said the lady, clinrnctera I evermot.' ' But ho ain't perfect, ' wns the cold reply, 'Oh, no, perhaps not ; nono of us is abso ? - . lutoly perfect, but I really think that Mr. B ? comes nearer perfection thnn any man I over met in all my life.' ' Woll, that may be, yet ho has his faults.' '' lio has never revealed them here,' said t...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Jubilee Celebrations, TO THE EDITOR OF THE RECORDER [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

Jubilee Celebrations, 1*0 THE EDITOR OP THE ltKCjoHbEK Sir, — I was pleased to notice iu youi' issue of June 8th/, the ub!e- mduner iu which you brought before your readers a plan for celebrating the Jubilee year of Her Majesty's roigu iu a substantial and useful manner, viz., the erection --£ a Jubilee Mechanics Institute, or Li brary : and it is to be regretted that tlio suggestions, then held out, have not been acted uuon bv those centleinen. whom we could expect to take theiuili' ative in such a good course. The bent* fits that would result if such an institu tion was established, are of u moral, as well as educational character, Iain informed that it would be necessary for £100'to be subscribed, to which the Government would add ail etidownS:!nl- of £100. (£ for £) Considering the ex tent or our district, and the number of inhabitants of this town, it should iiot be long ere this sum. could lie niis*d, and a well-stocked- Library erected ia our midst, I regret that Mr; Hyde and...

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

A POISONED RING. A certain city physician, wiio said that he had liia own'particularrcason for insisting that no names be mentioned, gave a report^ the following story, vouching for its absolute truth. He said that he was called upon to attend a disreputable young woman, who told him that she had scratched her linger in some way on a ring that was lying on the table. It was a painful scratch from the first, the finger nnd hand becoming swollen and badly inflamed, and by the time the uuuuji reaeueu uer tue irouoie nau extenueu to her arm. _ . ' I saw at once,' said he, 11 that she was poisoned in some way, and that if I bad been called upon much later it would surely have been a case for the coroner.' ' Poisoned, hat how ? Will a little scratch like that kill a person?' asked the re porter. ' Hold easy now ; that is just what I am coming to. 1 thought at first it was a copper ring, or one with some alloy and that her. - blood was responsible, but when I took the ring up, after I had ...

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

MALCOLM Sc BEATY, ami £tntfon gV acute, guutionecvs, and &'»mt SW{ent4, IS A h R A ?J A Ei B-. LAND AGENCY. MALCOLM & BEATY Are prepared to DRAW UP APPLICATIONS Under tlio Crown Blinds Act ot\» 1884, And pass through the Tj-AJSTID office, Also appears at tlie Local Land Oourt, And attend to any li AN I!- BUSINESS | Entrusted to them. Fiill iufornrntion and particulars on Xand Mutters to lie had from. MALCOLM & BEATY, Balranald. division of Runs. NOTICE. MALCOLM & BEATY aro pre pared to execute' Maps and Tracings of Land ; also Plans, Specifications, etc. THE Australian Joint Stock Bank Incorporated fry Act of Council, 1853. PAID UP CAPITAL— ^500,000, with power to increase to .£1,000,000. Bkakrtk Fu.vr — ,£230,00(7. HEAD OFFICE : Sydney. XONDON OFFICE; 2 Ki.vo William Sthkrt, E.C Brandies throogTiout New South Walesand Queens* Jnml : Agents in nl! tlio other Colonics and in Great Uritnln, America, India, China; and correspondent tho principal citfes o...

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

Balranald Hote (TATTERSALL'S) Mrs. M. j; MUEPHY ;-^;U--:tJT-EGS to jnnoancc to her fiicmts. ami tl JI3*~ piiliHe, 'that she has lif.r t'ukmi tl v . . ttb-»vo welJ-known Hotel. It v.»ill be he ? onjonvour to conduct tho l-u«ihea's so tin ''liT may comparo favourably with the leutlin Metropolitan Hotels in attractiveness an comfort. Every attention paid to Boarders an Visitors. The largest and most commodious hous In town* |Secrs, & joints of tit ficst ghmtte always in First-class gtsibling. EMiliurds SI. J. MURPHY, Proprietress. AMEEY'8 Commercial Hotel, __ M'MAHGN BROTHERS Pitopiiir.Toiis. Messrs. m-maiion bros. iie; to notify to the pnblie of Bui rarnild aiid district, t)ml tliey liuvi . taken tlie uhove well-known Hotel, ani Lojio by giving evory attention, t( mprit a fair share of support. Every accommodation, with home .comforts. ' Siiinple Rooms for Commercia! . Travellers. ? Good Billiard Table. First clas.' .' Stabling Accommodation. Bi-st Brands always kept. M'MAHON ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

? Errata.— InVour report of tho Polico Court proceedings in our last issue one or two small inaccuracies crept in, but of ' no material moment. In Constablo Simpson's evidence the words refer ring: to- hii having a Warrant should have road : ' that he had none j ' and, on tho charge of insanity, Cabill was, on the evi dence of Dr. Lawson, discharged ; but, upon tho information laid by M'Millan ugaiust the*. prisoner for asanult, Cahill wa3 sen tences to 14 days ill the look-up. lJio prisoner, James Cahill, was brought up again, on the 21st Inst., boforo tho Polico Magistrate, when tho following evidcnco was taken : — Dr. Lawson said ho had visited !)ho prisoner in tho lock-up during tho last week, and, from strict examination, *Iio had arrived at the conclusion that the prisoner was subject to fits of paroxysms of insanity. The fits would be likely to increase if pris oner remained in loek-up during these attacks. Tho prisoner was dangerous to -himself and to others, and he thought ...

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 — 29 June 1887

PASTORAL. Balranald. Riverina Recorder Office, TuiiSil.iv Evoninir. Tlie rainy and damp weather which to Bave lately experienced so much off ceased the end of last week, but still the weather in. eold and wintry. A frost waa. experienced out Monday morning, but during that day and yesterday tho sun smiled forth benignly. The total rainful for the month of June at Balranald was 187 points, making a. total ramtall for the last six months of nearly eight inches and a half. At W aitchie, near Svnui Hill, tho rainfall for tho month of Juno was 154 points; Tho country on tho ?Victorian side round Swan Hill is looking ?wel'4 particularly Piangil frontage whero tho rung: timber country shows to- advantage, Being, thickly covered with a green- sward of grass— Sheep are all in good condition and the- lambs aro strong anil frisky. Lamb marking will begin on most of the stations round hero next week, having; been kept back owing to tho long spell eff damp weather wo havo had. Twin lambs aro num...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Jubilee Rejoicings in the Bush A THOUSAND MILES TO A BALL. Ticchurst Station. [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

Jubilee Rejoicings in tlie Bosh A THOUSAND MILliS TO A BALL. *' (By One Who Went.) Ticeburst Station. XT* tmtf Jf rs-., request the pleasure of company at a ball to bo given by ttlo badieloTB ot tlio Ivnnhoe district on 24th May. 1 S«cf« wrts tfvo invitation I received a foW weeks ago, and the novolty of tho tonceptfon — travelling over a thousand miles for tho purpose of joining in the pleasures of tho dance — decided mo to accept the cordial invitation. What did 1 — town-born, town-bred — go so far out in tlio '^wilderness to see? Balls are frequont, enough in this gay city without journeying to the distant jrams of Kivonna to rival tho native companions on their own heath in the graceful mazes of tho saltatory art, Yot even to ono jaded with tho most de lightful form of dissipation there was a. fefreshing savour of newness in tho idea of goinj; through so much for so light a purpose. Of braving the dan gers of llood and field, of rail and coach, of meeting perhaps a real bushrang...

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

HEFTY S BABY. ' Iletty, bo you -mad— gone clean out of your senses? Remember, if you marry that scamp you are rit'a :.'ng to me. I would rather sec yon in your coffin I' Po saying, Hempsy Trotwood brought her hand with a decided thump upon the kitchen tablj, thereby scattering a dozen or more rosy cheeked apples upon the floor. Mrs. Trotwood hail quite forgotten that Elie was a deacon's wife when sho lost her temper in the midst of making apple dump ling3 for tho good man's supper. ' I)ut, auntie, I love him,' was the apology, given while a soft blush rose to the girl's face. ' Love him ? Fiddlesticks ! Don't talk to me about love'. ' And airain Mrs. Trot wood's gray eyes flashed disapproval. Tall, thin, hard-featured, thedeaeon's wife was a woman front whom little mercy could be expected ; still, within her heart this childlcss woman built a shrine, the idol of which was Hetty-, -the cTrtld of her dead sister. Her life had one object in view — to sec Hetty a great lady. .J3he gave ...

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

*. bsavyso, Oxley Hotel, OILET. BEGS to inform his friends tlnit in conjnnotion with the above Hotel, ho 1ms Opened the Store known as the OXLEY STORE, under the manage ment of HARRY LEE. A. W. HARTLAND, OXLEY GOOD Accomodation Paddocks one mile from Oxley. Plenty of Grass and Water. All euro but no responsibility. Apply— A. W. HARTLAND, But cher, Oxley. BURTON BROS., Coach Proprietors, BALRANALD AND SWAN HILL. BALRANALD TO HAY. : Monday ... ... 10 u.m. Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Friday ... ... 5 a.m. BALRANALD TO WENTWORTH. Monday : ... ... 7 p.m.' Wednesday 7 p.m. Saturday ... ... 7 p.m. SWAN HILL TO WENTWORTH. Wednesday ... 5 a.m. Saturday ... ... 5 a.m. PERMEWN , WRIGHT and. Go. (Limited), BALRANALD, Have fob Sale — Oats, Bran, Pollard, Chaff, Salt, Wire. MALCOLM & BEATY, _ Agents. Notice. JjTOR SALE at the Recorder Office : — Impounding Act. Diseases in Sheep Act. Now Land Aot. Time-Payment Forms. Transfer Forms, Real Property Aot. Mortgago Forms, Real Property Aot. Bills of ...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Moulamein, Australia
Novelist. WILL O' THE MILL. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Riverina Recorder — 29 June 1887

? flovelist. WILL ©' TIIE MILL. r ?- ( Concluded .) ? 'Is that tlio right thing to do, think you ?' demanded Will. ? ' It is indisponsablo,' said tlio parson. ' Yory woll,' replied tho wooer. Two or threo days passed away with great -delight to Will, although a bystander ,.???? might Bcarce have found it out. He con tinued to take his meals opposito Marjory, ?( and to talk with hor in hor father's pre Hence, but ho mado no attempt to soo her ? alono, nor in any other way changed his v , ? conduct towards her from what it had been i since tho beginning. Porhaps tho girl was a littlo disappointed, and porhaps not un .. justly ; and yet if it had boon enough to bo always in tho thoughts of another per son, and so pervade and alter his whole :-t - lifo, sho might havo boon thoroughly con 1 .?-.?? tented. For sho was never out of Will's 'mind for an instant. Ho sat over tho stream and watched tho dust of tho eddy, and tho poised fish, and straining weeds ; ho wandered out alono into tho ...

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

Holloway's Pills. — Invalids distrac ted by indigestion and discouraged in their search for its remedy should make trial of this never-failing inedicinc. A lady, long a martyr to dyspeptic tor tures, writes that Holloways Pills made hor feel as if a burden had been taken off her. Her spirits, formerly low, have Sreutly improved ; her capricious appe tite has given placo to healthy hunger ; her dull, sick headache has departed, and gradually so marvellous a change has been affcctcd, that she is altogethor a new creature, and again fit for her duties. These Pills may be adminis tered with safety to the most delicate. They never act harshly, nor do they ever induce weakness ; they rightly di rect deranged, and control excessive, action.

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

The Cost of Monarchy. Though the form of government known as a limited monarchy has proved to be suitable to the genius of the English people, it is a costly one. It has been computed that since Her Majasty came to the throne the nation has paid her und her family the large sum of £23,210,000, or nearly £1272 per day. The Queen, s civil list is com posed of the following items : — Privy purse, .£00,000; royal household officers, £131,260 ; household expenses, £172,500; royal pensions, £24,072; royal bounty (out of which the Queen sends gifts to charities), £13,200 ; un appropriated items, £8040; total £409, 072. A further sum of £151,131 was spent on the Queen's palaces, gardens, &c., so that tho grand total comes to £560,203. Her Majesty derives addi tional income from large estates in England and Scotland, and moneys invested in other ways. She pays no income tux. She owns all the immense property left by the late Prince Con sort, whose will wus never proved. Mr. J. O. Nei...

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

General NeWs; Ketahg Justices. — In reply to Mr. Sent for Mr; Brown; Mr.- Wrixon said that when the next lists were prepared, the necessary J ustices of tiie Peace fof; Kerang would be appointed; Mr. George Chaffey passed through Wentworth on the 17th inst. en route for Mildura; He informs us (''Advo cate') that he has steam ploughs already on the way. Two parties of surveyors are ou the ground cutting up the frOnt np« Into suitablv sized lots; and in abotlt two thontlis from now land will be available for selection by the fitst batch of colonisto; Mr.- Chaffey Will be at Mildura for Some considerable time this trip/ and it is ptebable his services may be secuted as one of the judges of machinery at out agricultural show. She Swan Hill fiai!ttay;— The fol lowing communications has beefa re ceived by Mr. M'Coll Iii reference to the proposed diversion of the railway line to Swztn Hill.— Sir,— Adverting to yours of the 16th ultimo, forwarding letter from Mr. Morton of BenjeroOp, re the...

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

A Destroyer of Rabbits the Melbourne 'Argus' gives tfi6' following account of some experiments for testing the effectiveness of bisul phide of carbon as a destroyer of fab bits : — ' Further' experiments' h&vtf been made in various parts tit the colony by the officers of the' Lands De partment with a view to test the effect iveness' of bisulphide Of carbon as a destroyer of rabbits.- The results have' been reported to thfi Minister hy M#'. ?*- -t- ? t_ xi~ ? 1 ...uii xv. XJiuutt/- txic uuiuc^r uimiyuu wiurx Lite administration|of thellabbitSffppi'eSsioft1 Act.- At Baei Bael,- ten burrows were' treated with catbon, and when1 opened not a single livo rabbit was fonnd. th6' numbers killed were respectively 5,- 9, 4, 21, 2, 8,- 9, 11,- 1,- and 7,- and a large domestic cat Was also dug oat of tlie third' burrow; having been' suffocated by the carbon.- In the' Diiiiboola dis trict,- in dry sandy soil, a burroW 22' feet long in the shape of the letter Y was treated,- and four rabbi...

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

fl-oetn-. i Arlcttc. Tho day is spent, and fields now shorn, Aro bright with fading sheen ; Like blossoms left behind tho corn, Tho matdons come nnd glenn ; Bluo eyos and floating locks of g )Id Have caught you in their net ; Tou smilo and cull mo strange and cold — You never know Arlette. I met her whon this life of mine Had turned from sweet to sour ; . There was no sparkle in the wine, No bloom upon tho flower. . ? I roamed away to bear alone Tho stings of vnin regret ; The grain was gone, the reapers flown, Whon first I found Arlette. : ? . Tho glamor oE the 'Bunny South'' , ? About her beauty lies j . A mellow cheek, a scarlet mouth, And dark, beseeching eyes ; - ? A daughter of the soil, as sweet As Summer buds (low wot ; - No trait of our town bred deceit Has over touched Arlette. . ; With half hor charms somo girl might win A fashionable fame ; How came she with that southern skin And soft old Norman nnmoi Wo talked, X questioned, Bhe replied, . Till I forgot my fret ; For b...

Publication Title: Riverina Recorder
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