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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 August 1876

Local and General News. ??.v. -* PRESENTATION.-The following Address was pre sented to the Sub-collector of Customs at Ballina prior to his retirement :-" To F. W. Eaton, Esq., -Dear Sir,-"We, the undersigaed inhabitants of Ballina, Richmond River, cannot allow you to leave us without our giving expression to the feeling ol regard we entertain for you and your wife. During the years you have spent in our midst, your joint influence and example have ever been for good; It ~ is to your exertions we awe the formation of a School of Arts, and the well-selecte 1 Library belonging to that Institution. In spite pf much| discouragement-and opposition, it- was you who^ organized and kept our now flourshing Sunday , School together ; and, in a great measure, it is you * whom we have to thank for the Church now in thejj course of erection in this town..... Together with our' thanks for these and many other good offices, we now beg you to accept this purse of sovereigns, and at the same time ex...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 August 1876

. ..-Notices. . . - * POW TO SA.VE MOï^EY. O. G. räRITT, Auctioneer and General Commis sion Agent, H~AS great pleasure in infonning the Inhabi -. tauts of LISMORE and the surrounding Districts, that he has accepted the SOLE AGENCY of the ONLY GENUINE ETVE POUND DBAPERY AND CLOTHIMG BATJES, which are now at my STORE to come and see and judge for yourselves before you buy. The following is a List of what the BALES contain: DEAPEEY. £ 8. d. 1"pair large-size Blankets .. . . 10 0 L colored Counterpane .., . .... 0 4 9 20 yards Wincey, at 9d. .. ... .. 0 15 0 12 yards white Calico (36 inch) .. 0 6 0 10 yards gTey Sheeting, at ls. ld. .. 0 10 10 6 yards gooa Flannel, at ls. 6d. .. 0 9 0 . 8 yards Merino, at ls. 6d. .. .. 0 12 0 1 pair Ladies* Stays .. ... .. .. 0 2 ll 6 pairs Ladies' Hose, at ls. £d. .. 0 3 9 15 vards Scotch Twill, at 8d. .. .. 0 4 0 1 large Shawl .. .. 0 8 6 1 Hair Net .. .. v. .. .. 0 0 9 1 dozen Black Braid. .. .. .. 0 0 9 Cotton, Tape, Hook? .... .. .. 0 1 9 ¿B5 O O '...

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The Man for the Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

The Man fbr 1^0'Richmond: THE WrexJium Gvsjrdian says i^-f *' An enormous ! bëëch^tï ee was drawn from tile Hawarden Park j by seven. hör ses belongings to ¡ Messrs.. Brace,,- j girdle and Son, timber merchants, Northwich, to the Wrexham gooda station bf the" : Qonnah's. Quay railway for transit to Manchester/- It was felled a few days a£o. by* Mr> Gladstone, who, notwithstanding that it measured thirteen feet, in circumference,;.accompMshed.his laborious..but agreeable task iii less than six hours. The tree, contained over 2000 cubic feet, and weighed - nearly; nine tons. Experienced "fellers " tell .us that the ex-Premier didlus "vork in thorqrigh . businesslike maimer, and quite to the ' satisfac ;;tion ofrthe purchasers.'' - V ' ""- - Trickett will most?likely be challenged to row a scuPrng rpce on ..the ...Clarence; by Push : and for this : : purpose the latter has sent to England for two.first-, class boats. v

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Railway Meeting at Coraki. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Railwav Meeting at Coraki. Ä.Cö^ESPONpENT'wntes:^As uï did not see yoiir special reporter at the late Coraki , railway meeting, I think it right, to inform your readers of some of : the speeches and .." arguments used at that meeting, which took place at the Coraki Hotel, on Friday, the 4th instant. Wm. GoUañ* Esq., J.P., took the chair. The Chairman, ¿ts usual,, suitably acknowledged the honor conferred on him; and proceeded to .ex plain why the meeting was called, and to' state" jhis views on the railway. He then called upon Mr. :Isbister to favor the . meeting with* his . opinion. * After, dealing, with some statements made :by previous speakers, , Mr. Isbister ad ^dressed himself to the 'railway' question in «various ways,-Such as the charges on railways;. 2 -the questions a statesman won ld be likely to ask as to tbe immediate returns, "in the case ofv the necessaiy and beneficial Public'jWorks, 'which1 he thought would be: Is the district sufficiently : important 3 to, . j ust...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SEDNEY, Friday August [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

. Xiatest Comxsiercial. \ ; VV ^ MESSRS!" IL- "PRTESTLY^ '&- Co.;»report8 that, maize was: selling this' day- at S.S; ipd ¡per .. 'bushel; hides, 3d" per lb. ; pigsïÔd lí>v;. bacon, - 9d per lb; butter,9d,pei\.lb ; ^ cheese 9d per lb ; potatoes,- £7 per 'ton; ; -bark, £6 per ton. ' Sydney, August 18.. MR. A.' KETHBLL reports PinH' logs 3s 6d to bs; cedar logs I4s</fco 20a; sawn stuff firm at last^quotations ;; market.bare? of all kinds.

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Religions Memoranda. \ ' CHTJECH OF teNaLAÑD.. LISMQIIE^-Aitffust; 20fch, 10th , Sunday / after' Trim kv, at ll a.m. .. ' " ? " WILSONS RIDaES-Ausist 20th, 10th Sunday . after Trifeiy, at 2*30 p.m. . COPvAKI-Tlmv&day, Atig-u.sc 24th, at >30 p.m. MR. PERCEY'S-Friday, Augiist 25th, at 7 30 . p.m. . WOÓDBTJRN-August 27th, 11th Sunday, after ; ^Tidiiioy^ at 'll 'a.m., and 3 p.m, . - .. s í V J F. R. NEWTOÎ7,; Assistant Curate..

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American Millionaires. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

T American Millionaires. ' TILE New York World draws some entertaining comparisons oetwcen New 5Tork and Californian: millionaires and tko methods :'by v^luoU' their . woaltii ku*; been obtained. Vanderbilt is ii'»w tho .sole STITT ivor .of the three \N< JW ^Yorkers i wh'»se fortunes ranked with the great fortunes " of the world. AU this great wealth was the ' result of hard work, .sagacity, and economy. j steadfastly continued during a long séries of years. Nor can any of the great ; centres of civilization-London, Paris, Berlin; or Yienna -furnish tlie names of three men who have, .unaided, achieved suck eil ormous. fortunes-rn the short späce of a life. The realities of suck exceptional conditions for all manner of« com mercial and industrial enterprises here iii the «astern states during the remaining years : of. the century cannot be hoped for again. But over the mountains, on the shores, of the Pacific .where untold wealth lies dormant in the bowels j of the earthy¡...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

\ ; { IIOMAN-CATHOLIC CHURCH. : SUNDAY, :AUGíUST '20/- The Rev. Abbe SCHXTRR wrJl- (D.V.) celebrate 'MASS at GASINO, .at -ELEVEN o'clock a.m. ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

*STORES Gk IjAHKIÎsr, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, fcc« MOLESWORTH STREET, LISMORE. Groceries, - Draperieft, ironmongery, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Goods, , Crockery, Blankets, Ac. -T ARGE «id VARIED STOCK of DRAPERY JLJ on hand and to arrive, all specially- selected cm the BEST HOUSES IN SYDNEY, Quality guaranteed, and will be sold at the LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES. 9» GENTS CLOTHING, Beat Quality, and Tip-top Style. OT LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, T*ry latest Fashion. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, NORTH LISMORE. A LWAYR ON HAND-A - FIRST-CLASS STOCK of OP-OCEBIES, DRAPERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, SADDLEIIY, STATIONERY, TANGY GOODS, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE, /, AT LOWEST. PRICES. HAS JUST RECEIVED X-x ^PLATYPUS," Blankets, / Tweeds,--English, and Colonial, Clothing-Meas' and Boys, Hats,-Ditto, ditto, Shirts, Dress Stuffs, Paney Drapery, Boots, - Gents/ Indies/ and Childrens, Slippers, Goloshes, Vegetable Seeds, ¿bo. W. WIGMORE, RICHMOND RIVER STORES BALLINA. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, NEXT THE BANK, LISMORE. ALL GOODS BEST ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Í [Advertisement ] r To thè: SECRETARY of tie 'LISMORE ROMAN CATHOLIC ¡ÓHURCH, BUILDING FOND. 8ÏR,-~I noticé^that^yóu have'pubUbhed-'ä^'liat^ of < the saoscribeis to yo^r Chuvch^ih thé 'Northern* Star/ WowM you" kindly inform me why my name was not entered in the list published in that journal, as I gaye one of your committee ÇjNE POUND towards, the IXTND^.an^^sJt^tö know if it has been received by the' Treasurer. ;. > ? ; . . JAÍÍES MAXWELL. , : . Lismore, Angastl7th, 1876; In the Suprême; Court of New South Wales. ECCLESL4STIOAL JURISDICTION. In, tbe Laids ;añd Goods of PATRICK CUSACK, late of TiiTania Ci'eek, near Lismore*. Richmond River, in the Colony of New South '"Wales, Eanner,. deceased, ihieshice. 'n^TOTICE. is hereby given that fourteen days -^r-. after the publication heoof1 in . the "New" South "Wales' Government Gazette,' * application will foe made to this Houorable Court, in ks Edclc hiastical 'Jurisdiction, iliat Letters of Administration of the Lands,...

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Australian Botany. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

1 vA^steaHaii: ^ót^y*'/my.:y. WE gladly give ihsefüpnto the' following, cir-. . cnlárlfeVeived- from tÏÏë -Government ^Botanist, at Melbourne (Baidh Yon Mueller), and should be happy to:forward: any specimens banded to its ; and- if it. were possible-for'- tKe : Baron - to ' supply i us with seeds from 'be Melbourne Botanic Gardens,- ñ oin - time to ti.me¿ we çquld hand them . to those1 collectors who might rëcluirè;.thém,: and at the^'á^ne time :bénéfit/both colonies;V;- .'.<_. J: vi . ~:?f¥ov the eonrplelion of an ^universal work-on ; Australian indigenous plants, it | is desirable to obtain . additional collections of plan ts . in a . ..pressed' and dried st:>te,:/^particularly, from districts far inland oiv.î'euentïy.settlei^; It is an. important aim ''by-those means to : trace-' out the , exact ^.-i)graphic limits of the .many thousand.;? j: species. vMch. constitute the original Yegetátion, of Australia, in order also that all observations on theil- respective ut...

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Narrow Escape of Mr. Henry Parkes, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Narrow Escape of Mr. líéíiry Parkes, M P. ; THE- Neiucaétle Pilot says :--On Wednesday morning Mr. Parkes arrived from Maitland by the 9*30 excursion train, and was about passing across the railway line to the steamers' wharf, when he narrowly escaped an accident which, had it occurred,, would probably have : cost him his life. It appears the empty _ .train having been shunted,, the relief locomotive had been run on to the inner line of rails close - to the platform, and was just starling slowly up ;; the line, when Mr. Parkes, not- noticing^ his proximity to the engine* - essayed to step from the incline which- terminates the platform on tq the permanent way. The locomotive was close at hand and Mry Parkes was in the act of stepping off the*platform, as stated, when J. T. Barritt; the gate keeper of the adjacent railway crossing place, .rushed forward, . stretched - out.; one armb and .te Back*,v ' from 'almost in y'í^.'-T^ls^jwasraí ." course, somewhat rougldy1 handled, there, bei...

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The New President. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

T.. , . " The New President^ THE New York Tribune, says ¡-The Republican Convention has nominated, probably, the beat man whc| was named in it for the Presidericy-r (Governor Hayes of Ohio. His name was origi nally suggested by General Sherman. -The, chances are that the General of the army will be the political father of the next President of the United States. Hayes is a clear-cut man. His position is much better defined than the pally that nominated him. He ia a hard money. irian and favors a tarilf for revenue. He has been twice Governor .of fOhip. He carried the; State last year against Allen and the Democrats. He was a general during the war, and in various battles distinguished himself. He is the prime .*.of life-t-53^years of age,. of stout build; ruddy complexion and full .brown beárdi *He comes; too, from a State in which jobs are not known, raúd where:.public service does not ' contaminate.. . It may be said of liim that he is his . own best platform. He has. not been mix...

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THE CHAMIPION BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

THE CH^MIPION 3J0AT HAGE, v In £he J^ampiön^Sö^^ Sadler and Trickett, tlie banks of tlie River Thames were lined Mtlï enthusiastic specta tors, the "betting beinglargely-in : fayx>f of the Enghsb Champion, A good, start was effected, Sadler caught water firs^ ^ stroke ia advance, and maintained' a -¿Ih^ht lead. ;to wards the Duke's" Head ' Holel,-:¿rqwing several strokes to the minute faster than his . .opponent. Trickett puUed remarkably .well -long sweeping " strokes,1 cleanly rowed:v Half-way between, the. J)uke!s, .Head and Simmons' Trickett came td even-terms with Sadler, and raced level" for % ~ few - strokes, when, the Australian slowly forged ahead, and held thelelad' for a- quarter oí a : length. : He then rapidly increased Iiis speed, and only trying Sadler's pace, once, left the Champion*-as he pleased, and sculling.at .a. great pace, drew right away from Sadler. "When half way between Bishop's Creek and; firaven Côttâge,;hè was nearly two; lengths . ahead, arid pullin...

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THE "NORTHERN, STAR." LISMORE, AUGUST 19, 1876. THE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

* TiEGEV, " NOBTHERN, STAR." r LISMORE, AUGUST 19, 1876.. THE DEPUTATION. .. - A' MEETING of Delegates of the- Bichmond and;,Tweed Eivers League was held at the .Court House, Lismore, yesterday (Friday) r afternoon, for the purpose of nominating and electing two gentlemen to proceed as a Deputation to Sydney, and the transaction ol oTther. business. JThe folio wi ag gentler. men Í were present, and', handed in;their-crer>, ?dentials :-Gasino, Messrs. ,A. J. Simpson and - J. JJ* Vesper Lismore, Messrs. . E. "Coleman and G. Larkin ; Ballina, Mr. L. Gk. Snow j Duck-Creek. Messrs.-J. if: Mooree .'.and - Kemp ; i Wyrallah, : Mr.- J. Brecken ridge., ; Mr. Gr. 'Larkin^ having, take'n the Chair, the minutes of' the'last-meeting were -read byv>the..Grenei;al Secretary p.Tr. «T. El ' Glasgow), :and confia vñíedí After some <lis H^^j^^*i-crk*'M \T\>. .v as-: . -, .catt/were duly elected- as' the Deputation, . after which a " platform1' or synopsis of the -*. main requiremen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

NOTICE. ' rpHE ".jn'"ESTATE of laie Fhm*of -A* "WRIGHT AND CO.," recently fending a? Tither Merchants m Sydney, and où Richmond ?River, li 'J Ymg been disposed of at Aucí icm, itu der my .i as-'TUC Jons, and Mr. JAS.-WRIGHT being-the' Pin-chaser. I h<?rehy & ve novice thafc.heis amhorised-, io collect th e Amounts due i o said Firm, an i to trike pówessióú^of ¿aíl. Triller bealing1?theu-,hràndï"W:-W' or #%iy other belos£',»ug to them, on the Richmond JÎ-7vei%'^Biiuiswick Riye;.N Meir tributaries,' Billinudgel Greek,.'Cape Byron, and Cape,Byron-Bay. ....... AL^BEl) feANDEMAN, ; . .?. J:., - "!( ' .'?'.>? -Oficial Assignee. .. SydüejyJuly 21at¡ 2876:/.;'. . ' . . ~t> EEEîlRIÎÎGr to. shqye. I beg to intimate that. *J any - or .in any woy ÍDÍei-f ruing -jvitlv TIMBER, healing s i the above brands, \vithout my authority,r or that of my^Ageiú (Wv: T^I.;-WR3feËT), wilL.be prose-l cuted according to law.. .*. ? \ , * . .''.*."? .-'"'A-",?: WHll&HT. i \Sydney...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Local and ôënërâl ^éws. PRÉSBTTEKTAÍT CHTTBCH.-Our ??Presbyterian friends will doubtless bë glad to hear, that the Reverend Hiig-h Livingstone, of tb ë' Synod of Eastern Äus . ti-alia, nas, in compliance with requests from Com . mitfceês appointed at: puljlie meefáng¡*\:of Presby terians'and "others, at Coraki,: Wyrallah, and Casino, agreed to labor permanentlyluthe Richmond River : Dietrict ; and as may be seen' by our Religious Memoranda, the Reverend gentleman will. (D.V.) proa ch at -Lismore, on '-.Sunday mom i ag (27th August), at Eleven ' o'clock, 'and at Wyrallah, at Seven o'clock; in theeveuiug. . ;, . POUCE COUET--At the sir'/iugs cf the : abovs I Cou ;c, at Lis^nore, on vi ie 16th" ins'-ant, before*!!!. S. I.-Eliott, Esq., P.M.. Thomas Clark a.ppea,:ed -on i SU7D liions cLavged with diving sLock from ground "'?occupied by ML4. H. A.- *Gevva>.'dj .without giviug : hoüce of his intention of so .doing. Fined 10s aaid* all costs: Mr. E. W. Allingham. .for plaintiff. Wi'Hain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

Central Richmond. River Jockey Club Annual Races, 1 TO TAKE FLAGS " AT LISMORE, ON THURSDAY AKD FRIDAY, 12TH AND 13TH OCTOBER, 1876. J 4 F~:" / : PBESTOSXT-MK. G. LARKIN. Vw8rPBÍBan)MiT--MRV JE. W. ALLINGHAM. STEWARDS: TBÄABUBKB-MR. G. LARKIN. JUDGE CLBBX OF THE CÖÜEBX-~ " FIÏtST DAY. FXBST RACE. fib start at 12 o'clock). MAIDEN PLATTS of 15 sovereigns for aU horses that never won an advertised prize ; weight for age ; distance, one and a-half mile. SECOND RACE. PRINCE OF "WALES STAKES, ot - sovereigns, for all horses ; weight for age ; distance, on© mile. Winner to be sold immediately after the race for £10 ; any surplus to go to the race fund. I I ' " THIRD RACK. /.. XADIES' PURSE, of - sovereigns,for all hones; weight for age ; distance, one mile. FOUBTH RACK. HACK RACE, of - sovereigns, for all hacks; mile heats ; weight for age. Winner to be sold immediately after the race for £8 ; any surplus to go to the race fund. SECOND DAY. FIRST RACE.' (Töitart at 12 o'clock). *CE¿rrRALjR...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

?? f. '- - - ? .., . II, ^ - ; ; :. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ' SUND AT, AUGUST 27.- The' Rev.- HUO-H , -.LIVINGSTONE, will (D.V.) Preach at Lis-,' mor^ at/ELEVEN o'clock a.m.: and at WYRALLAH, at SEVEN o'clock p.m. .

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SHIPPING INTELEIGENCE. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

August 13.-Lady Robinson, . Oaptauv Smith* ïroin Sydnèyr*'" ' ---f --ir--^-.r-i

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