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Pulsometer Pump. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

. PiiIsMinetcr Puni». .Mr. .GbnYles'., .Ernest:. '.Olñrktí,' .Patentée, ''34 Collins Street West," Mélbouruo, Mends us the following extract ; from the ' Pleasant -Creek News,' of 13th- April,-''.1877':-" The Pulsometer Pump we lately noticed on ono ov mme trial. occasions,. at 'the'- St. George Crushing "Works,, .was yesterday placed in., its intended- permanent ? position 'behind the works, and at the end of a -drive, some 600 feet in length,', leading from '.. the dam. It has not been found necessary yet to .tap tho dam, ns a heavy drift at the depth of a fow feet gives abundant supply ' of '. water ? at present. It took ; only a. few hours to placo the Pump in its new position, and it ? works admirably. The capacity, simplicity and saving of those Pumps,- in i our opinion, render them most ; valunblo.fór the working of wet alluvial diggings, whore. other pumping machinery would be too oostly in the original purchase, and continuously HO in oreution, maintenance and repairs ; or ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pentridge Stockade. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Tîic Pentridge Stockade. FoncJEns and btùik. defaulters nmeob.', one evoryAvhera in tlie atockftde. Tliero 'is what is facetiously called tho Pentridge. Bank corporation, which comprises managers, accountants, cashiers, and clerks ' from nil parts of the colony. ¡ Thero is the bank manager from Beechworth, who for years was a popular' man ih his district, > and'was considered as a general benefactor.. 'But Iiis benevolence cost tho bank over .£20,000, as he. lent money on Ins own account: and. on bad security. I ara ? told ' that '. there are hundí eds who owe a successful position in society to-'s helping hand. . Ho was several times in the hospital,-' and I could see that ho was eating, away his heart daily. His accomplice, the accountant' of the bank, on the other hand takes things easily. He has a billet in the office, and is a veritable Mark Tapley, looking as fa», and jolly, and good-natured as if the possessor of freedom and fortune.. Now the. punishment of ;these two men,...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Religious Memoranda. CHURCH j tOF ; ^GLAJS^^SERVICES. First Sunday in oaoh Month-Casino, at ll a.m. <~. .'??! and -7.'80 .p.m. ; Lismore,- «vt-.11 aTiñl} and .-i >. . 7-30"p.m. ; -.Gundurimba, at 3 p.tn.¿ Second Sunday in each Month-Lismore,; at ll -..Í: .a.m. -.iRosulull, .at-.'3 pim, ; -Ballina,'! at ll - ; » r'-.i.a.-insj'-and - 3 .p.m.' ; >Pilot Stationnât - 7 '80 -it.»'. .p.nU' I ¡7 »VJ .':.(.«. .ftsri ..«.. ',- I" .1-:- : « Third : Sunday ' im each' Month-Casino, at - ll ¡ /-it . a.m. . Tomki, ?> at:!3 p.m. ; . Casino,, at 7<*30 ' i-rvl«T,p:m.l;'.Woodbiirn,:atj.'ll:a.in. ; Coraki, at 3 -.u: t p.m. ; .Wyrallah, at'7;30.! <? ? .?> ^ Fourth Sunday in each'jMonth-Lismore, nt ll -a.m:i; ¡Wilson's Ridge, .at 2'30 p.m. ; Duck "'Creok, at 5 p.m. ; Ballina, at .11 a.m.^ . . 'and 3 p.m. \ "' Fifth Sunday-The Tweed anti tho Stations. . HENRY PORTER B. 'A.,1 E. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curate.. ;

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A Sensational Love Storys [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

A Scusatioiml Love Storys THE green-eyed monster, often causes men und women to. piny fantastic tricks. A. short time ago, six pf oho sex, 'iihd half-a-dozen of another-sweet-hearts all--mid. all residents of the delightfully quiet village .of. Epsom,' made up a party to hold ii pic-nic on the banks of tho Cainpiispè. The moon was flue, and all wont merry ns ii marriage bell until the rendezvous was; reached, when one bf the .young men, imaginiug that the lady he loved "wiis far . too sweet and gushing towards '" Kate's "young man," was.'seized by the demon jealousy, and, to hide his. agony from every oyo, he strolled away from his friend to chew'; his green ami yellow melancholy in silence and solitude.. He stayed :áway* sóine time, when-all of:a moment rthe mirth of the. pa'rtyj was changed to-horror, on seeing him come Tuiining tôwards'.them with a'streak of .blood,across his."throat The-ladies screamed hysterically, the men were almost paralysed -with terror, and for awhile the ...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, April 28, 1877. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

"-v^lA^ôi&^^prilrSt8j_ 187.7. ..v : Local anil OeiieKil_News. I .... ._, .. ! . ,. ?; ?-^:fl * CnpwbKi)'QtTT.-^-Ih ordur to_jnakje. room, for maw iiflvetftisementBY &cl;-Ave hold'over pleader and oUhoir; iuatter,.this woolf £ ; ; ; ; .ft OwCKET.-Webelieve. a> Match will be pliiyéd at Lismore, to-day, (Saturday) between -tho .Albert und Alstonville Clubs';'jvickëta fti bo .pitched ut 10 o'clock am/ ' - : ^ ? '» ''- -' ':, .'..'THE" ' UrciraoNP. 'RIVER AÚIIICTOTUIÍAI, . Aim ÏTÔKTiôui/rUBAii SOCIETY.-r-In another part of this journal' wo publish the Schedule of the abovo% Society for^ tho forthcoming Show -to bo .lu'ld-ut^O.-isiho, ióiithé 24th; May' next ; "'and while deferring fidler remarks thereon iintil our next-issue; we Bhould at tho same timo like to stiite, that Entiy Forms cnn .^bo ' had at this omeo, thu Entries closing on tho il2th May. THE LISMORE TOWN COMMON. ^Referring to the lutter, in oiu- hist ÍHSUO respecting tho above, it is prgpoBiid. to hold a m...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

! ±§fcö3jfVD'lías. ' A^^|.-2S&iglb, 2£from Coraki. ^ N , ApEÜ^O.-Buuuiu Dundee, schooner, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. April 23.-Victory, schooner, with about 100,000 feet pine, for Syduuy. t~Ajprü-2&-B^agte~8.Ttior<3oraki.-r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

..; NOTICE. '; rYSHÉ,'.". NORTHERN STAR", 1«. pnbliahod at .± .LISMORE, In the RICHMOND .RIVER -DISTRICT, every SATURDAY MORNING?, and ia despatched by the first Maila ' to': all parts of ; th» District :aud Colony. ':Thar Advortiainjf'8oale will be aa follow«%?- ; . -. '. ""???'<? :.:< .. ? '?? ' 1- - '<'' " ». *. '' ' t,-i Firs t in oh (eightlinefl) and nnder ..,, 2 ;.0. ' '" JSvery additional inch ' . . . 1 0, .' Births, Marriages, and Death* .". '2 0 !' " A'-Ub«rál;álÍówanoe: will' be mààè' tàt Standing '!A'd7ertÍMÍaoñU,! but no lower rate' will be aooipted ,! «has: l«v.aa iacb. .jyï*"- .'. t <... MK,-.; ..¡.Tabular advertisements! wlU-'be-charged doable | .ithe above.rates., i ', ..;.[:,.,!.-- ,, .-. ? ?Ji.itNrt^aHrerÜaemeatí'wílI ta' booked- to a n . <anbsoriber fur a lesa, ohorge than ,2s. : 6d., .TJvo number; of .inHertiona .must be written on the I .Jabe of. each > advertisement,] otherwise, they will be i ' publishe...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, April 26. WAR DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

{From .the ?-Âuétruh'an . AssrKiated 'Press.)' .-..i-rtW. ' "'" ' ' Sydney," April 26. \ Advices dated Xohdotv 3hiesday last, state | ? tlmt the-Empcror-of Russia lina issued an Imperial Manifestó * stating that all pacific efforts Jiavmg bocolno exhausted .through i the Trçtîibbôrii réfuhal'of the Porto; « he is obliged' - W'declare wai','and proudly convinced of ? its justico,- rplacos confidence i m ..-God, ..and Russia, - and unvokingi. tho. .blessing of tho Almighty would .-(OrderitroopÄ.rto .icrpss the Turkish frontier. e ; . r ? . The Czar' l'eviowed tho Army, and urges 'the'troops to exhibit bravely; and hoped tor, a . speedy and glorious' return. -The Russian'Embassy'-has--left Stamboul; . April 27.; In the course, of.a debate in-tho Gorman Richeratag, on the Army Estimates, Count , - ? Moltke < stated, that ho could not. i hopot for a v.j longii-peiice^land ^alluded ito-' the French readuiess for Avar, and the unusually largo niasses.:.of-' troops between -Paris...

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

.r sr-r, f B A 3_i ti I NfA. . ï / ' "Aprirât-Persï^^ and WaJlaWiIaî4lf^rHîè8Îi.fc*oho<»nora, from Sydney. . ..-..- --.- ? ./ .April'.-25.-Atlanta.,' and-' Bonnie*. Duiidcc, 'schooners, from ßydnoy. ; April 20.-Neptune,, and Pioneer, schooners; . Jroin Sydney; -Lady Robinson;-.frbm'Brisbaiie. -V; . / DEPARTURES. ' .V.' ^ April.il".--Platypus-s.;;.: 200. tons; ¡Captain; -, Magee,- .fór^ydnoy. f, Passengers-Mrs. Cuttoo,' - Mrs.: : Wright,'-(Miss ..McVicar, .'Miss ¡ Lahrff, Messrs. Cottee, - Garter,:-'Sharp;, and 1 iii "the ' steerage..,.C.argo :. .135 . bags- inaizp;, 50 hidds,. 1 cask tallowj 15 casks molasses, 7kegs_buttdi\ ' ' 4 caseB eggs; .l/coop fowls; and sundines. ! '. ... April *<22.-Monarch, Schoolboy, Margaret. . Mary Grant,, and -Rob--Roy, - schooners, "for . Sydney. <,:. .' . .. ! '? \ - f~ ! April ,25.-yjctory, Lucy Ravel,. Alplfïi,"and ; ?.' Alice JánéráohojoiíprsV'fór Syîh^Oyi; ; . , ^ ( '

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All for Love. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

All for Love. ? : -A NEW'^York t paper,,.- ,says,-Mr. .¡James 1 Gordon Benn titi, " editor íüulprbprietbrö£ * ¿lie ' Now ''York' ;Héi¡"ald,'")on|f of .'the most J|»ucce8KEui' "journals . m'the(" woild^ hns Jjeeii "^owhidedi^and' -jiuripod r*npoi£1 - -HiY.an gjaithlota and foremost'in, gyrnnastio sports, ,lmt ||fhe did not make much of a1 ' fight of it'* when ^his assailant.went for liim.i í Thoiaflhir does «not -.arise mit of, the ; paper.,: "It is quito-, a M private "niattor, "and "as the private matter is Hnow mnilo Vary pribUo/thV story mayas well »J bo:"^litr""^^^"'"^»»«^" was to have boon % k morned;, on. the 26th of December. The event had already been chronicled aa"coming; off " in the leading journals of Europe ¡ia well os America. '"; The wealth of the bride-! :grpom.,nad been calculated, and "the bride's! trousseau had come to New York from Paris, i 'Bút'during November' and the beginning of, December, Mr. Bennett had been indulging in a-course of.life sn wild and .extrao...

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The Chinese Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

n *oo.-J 3>'-.Í5PBÍ'.A cse THE Queensland Government;Jin-;bGing in dulged with, .a, prpljiniiuii-y. taste .pf-^Chinese ?difficulty'in thfe'dea^ occurred "af öobktowri bvbr'thö ifttetnj'ted enforcement of itlió ;qtiárantiiié' íroguhttioiiB. Three large .pçenn-çSj-eanu^^ and Bowen-hayo,,¡reeently.,.,ar^iyod from. Hongkong w:j^^ 'rn'ñngrnnts;-- and'rnext 'week: 'tlíe' Killarney will be added to tho number, .'-On'Sccount of the. j&^n^ntr^pii^ai^oeS ot sjnaJl-pbX" on 'boord «híps^from .-Eiistern^OL-tSj an^irom 'Hongkong " .piu'tic^Iniiy,**! tl'ô"~ Queensland - Govbmhion£-L fifïb'^deimi'nuetr * íliát1* all slúpa ?from.'Buöh,"ports 8liall''bbB'ervo''quarantine^ When tho Killarnoy arrives) thóro'-will bo no loss than 2300 . Chinoao nuder quarantine I-:" - - ; ?; CT... ¿.-¿0 ? - ... :" :: .._ ..: ::? ' -z. vx tx ii ex 2È, ,.' ? regulation: The quarantine -fronud at Cook town is at Fitzroy Island, 1 -'i the captains of "these steauicra positively wt uso toge -there. "In short, they...

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Exaggeration in Dreams. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Exaggeration in Dreams/ Ono sido of this exaggeration has al ready been dealt with in accounting for tho objective reality ascribed to dream idoas. We have now to consider, not why these ideas should be taken for realities, but why they should bo so dispropor tionate to the sensations and other feelings which aro their exciting causes, and to the experiences of waking life which serve as their source and prototype. This charac teristic of dream-fancy has frequently been dwelt on, and has been fully illus trated by'Herr Volkelt in his work. To give sn example or two :-In interpreting bodily sensations, there js often tho most grotesque exaggeration. A movement of afoot is taken for a fall of the whole body down some terrible abyss. In M. Manry's experiments, as I have already remarked, when the sleeper's lips were tickled the sensation transformed itself into an imagination of some excruciating torture. Again, the objects of our emo tions while waking seem to grow and expand in our d...

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A Wonderful Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

A WMMleiTuIJÇi.ile.,,. O.vPTAiK LAWSON'S wonderf ul storiesrabóut New öuineUr:sliyö".tbo"A:thori!UUm, are totally eclipsed .by tho narrative of a French sailor, "for 'bynolessa person'"than tli^ of St. Ann's; of- -Wèréinaif, N.Z., who has -kindly actcd-as-its -oditpr:-T7ôu"Îs~Tfôgîïfiee, tho hero of tho narrative, is a native of the province of Maine, ;^ 'who ran oft' to son. About 1862 his .yeKsël .was despatched on a trading venturo to New Guinea, but founder ing witbinTa'.féw" iniles'of the coast, he, with four companions,- .ioll~,into_the hiuuls p£Jhe /Savage .iiÇnhshi.. ~ Our- hei-P "saw : one' ' óf=. his 'companions after tlie" other thi*own' upon- a heated -,.8labrb.ut..., when his,> own^tiirnr came, and/tbe'.omcùlUiig-ijriëHt-cjulght^-liohÎ-of his hand to lca'd'hinf 'to;'thè' slaughter, he knew thHtlher hailitfeltr thá'^'Türsti ' Moronic :grip," Und; lnvyihg" l)eçôme;.^''-Mitson; whil'sb'/at, tlie .digging's I pf j Bidlài'at," hè^ 'and' his ' 'life was spared. Strange sto...

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Extraordinary Monster of the Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Extraordinary monster of tho ???? . . .... Deep. AN extraordinary explanation of the supposed explosion and disappearance of a ship off Portland, "without ...leaving.auy I ?fragments of . wreckage, is given in. a lettor... which has {been received hy .the..'.Dorset Coiuitry..Chronicle.' ? Mr. J.-Welldun wrote on the- 14th -instant ; - .¿¡-'' Wlien ónthe look-out-at " Portland Bull /this,. moriniig,' about' - 10.20, I saw what at ..ni-st^appeiu-ed.a^iong, ¿low,; dismasted; ship) ?with short stumpy jury-'masts,--about one hule S.' Si'Wi* off Portland.;/She looked like a vessel broken backed,' " as lier stem . and stern were welLQUt.of .wateiy and.with some thing l)üfo*'BmbUéaó!¡:u86éaii¿ np in ^midshipsV/ WKat'was'niy 'SuiTJriÀé:;>yheri,'.on /toolang/thrpugh'Vmy/glasíi) I i'saw'it. was .'. a monster -fish, with head, uiul. tail rising high 'above' the swell' -of the'sen,'- -and'the; back ; nearly down to the level :of tho '.water':. and / wliqt" âppéîire'd at first'to bo .snioke bi...

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Facetiae and Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Facetiae and Scraps. " Jemima SuBan, did you get my lettoi ?" " YOB, Dicki" " I sent it in the hopes of raising a flamoi" " Dick, you succeeded, for it lit the gosi" Something to look forward to.-Every plain girl has ono consolation-'though not a pretty young lady, she will (if she lives) bo a pretty old one. " Did you do nothing to resuscitate tho body? ".was rocently asked of a witness at a.coroner's inquest. "Yes, sir") we searched tho pockets," was tho reply. Old man who crosses his legs in the street car is still on tho war patin rle is the most venerable and disagreeable relic of tho uncivilised tribes of the world. A iady said to A gentleman who was suffering with tho influenza, "My dear sir, what do you tako for your cold V " . " Five poekot-bandkorchiofs a day, madam." Bonedict assures-us-and .we'have no reason to doubt bis word-that since his marriage, whenever ho misses tho last train he is sure to catch it, " Attention, company, and 'tend to your roll'call," said un Iris...

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The War Postition. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

? WRmNO'on'the «.prospects, of .-War.' between -Russia., -and;.Turkey,. .the /Evening. (Nows ' saySj^-rSliiimia, the fortress.m Bulgaria to which* the c'ommauder-inichief ' of the ' Turkish forces hus just gone,' and' which is spoken of ' as l designed tobe; the _heu'd4"quartersibf :the -Turks,; is one pf the. stronge.st natural.; fprtifi-i cations in the world, and has been -well fortified by. military art. .To "the north of : this,' along the.left'"bank" billie Danube, ' are the;8even strongholds of Rassova, . Silistria, Turturkai, Rutschuk, Sistova,- Nicopoli, and "Widdin; which- constitute "tho' first: line "of defence for1-Turkey- against an invader from ; the north..;, Shanda Ls ; one. of the fortresses forming the second line of-defence; having on tile cast Bazarjik, and" on the west Osman "Biiziir, Tirupya,' and Sophijy.'. 'jBblúíiü these, .again,¡are the. Balkan .Mountains, through, which there are-only three pitases-Trajan's . Gate,, the Ohipka,. - arid the " Great, Ptuis-...

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Parade of Wild Beasts. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

IT ÍH selilom' that BUC]I emotions of surprise, plpasure, and admiration are .excited as-yw-ero. "yestoiklay Kmoriviiig caiiseá- by 'the -niÔriste'r parade ¡tlii-ouglí soma,of the.prih'ciptfïstireets : of Messrs. Cooper and Bailey's collection of' wild "boasts, horses, elephiuits,_ciimels,_drpmo daries, monkeys, ifcc, People turned out in' hundreds tb witness tliis&ngular ^procession, ' women and! clul'dren largely predominating., ;Two pr three, hundred (moHtlyi'cldlch'öiiJ.'camej down iu tho moraiiig'-jtrains in excess of the ordinary number of passengers to witness tho pageantry, " and long .before tho . advertised' 'lio-m- of'storting the ' précinçta. of .'tlíe' circus in the Haymarkot wore .m.UTp~uná¿jd?by ""»n... immense concourso of 8Íg^lit'" seoré'.'' ' 'Punctii-_ ally at tho advertised ,timb¡!-tho'precession." moved. It was. ^headed, ;by, ,twp. omoiuitotr policomon,...andr',1, caiTiages,,contaiuing ' tho' propriotórs*of 'tíid' ÍAtíú^A^^^v^'(k»óiiw and Bailey. Next . ...

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By the Thickness of a Button. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

By tlie Thickness of a Buttori. - ."Ahl there you come at last, do you The punch has had a full head of ste a: on this long timo," cried old, engine* Zimmermann to' several sturdy figure who, deep buried in thick furs, that le; only red noses and gleaming'eyes expose» came puffing, and stamping, and coverc with snow, into- tho engineer's room I Burglitz. ; It was New Year's eve,' and the table i tha engineer's room is covered ¡with a exceptional neat white cloth,, and on i uaxt the stove, stands the mighty bowl, J which old .Zimmermann is vigorous! working, while the clouds, of steam tht rise from it leave no doubt that its cor ?tents are devoted to go at high prossur into, tho throats of boiler-iron-a genuin engineer's punch. . ' "That devil 1 "Uñelo Zimmermann ; har: old Sylvester's day tins, ch? " cried ths ne\ comors, shaking off the snow, and p ullin j oiff furs, jackets, caps and outer boots. j "What do you sugar-babies know, o .hard days in your glosB houses, on you machines ...

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An Actor's Madness. A Story Concerning the Elder Booth, and His Dead Child. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

An Actor's Madness. A Story ' Concerning tlio " Elder Booth, and His Dead Child; *' Shade of Kemlilc !" cjacalatod Wart at . that time manager . for Jeffcrso McKenzie, Baltimore ; hero it is p-st o'clock, and crooked-backed Richard no in his dressing-room I" .* My dear sir," said the most origina of all men,'tln imperturbable Thomas W Gamncr, " do not precipitate. Vuon th late Daniel Recd--" " An' you love, Hal," interrupted th stage manager, "go to the devil J'' am the poor manager, clurzziii, as was his wont with his hands clasped in agony, fron one side of the. Holiday stage to thi other. " liing in first music, sir!" inquired tin call-boy, who scratched' his head anc seemed to enjoy tho dispair of Lia man ager. "; " Bing ? You red-headed imp of Satan, you juvenile Caliban! get out of mj sight, ur I'll wring yonr neck off." - Away -went the call-boy and awaj went the manager. Ward searched evel la-room in tho vicinity of the theatre foi tho great tragedian, but all in: vain. Af l...

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Is Rare Beef Dangerous? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 April 1877

Is Rare Beef Dangerous ? For several years past hygcista and 'pathologists' have beon closely.studying the progressive invasion of the taniodta or" tapeworms in the human species, in order' to discover all the causes which lead to.tho proflouco of these tcrriblo parasites ?and tho moans of preventing them. While many:vital pointa relating to the subject l;aro still in controversy, it has been demon strated that we arc attacked by tho armed tainia (fania solium) and by tho non armed ta-nin {tecnia nuedico car.ellata or int finis), that Itho germs of these twa cntozoa aro introduced into tho intestinal canal through flesh food, and that thc gsrma of tho first usually come from pork, and those of tho second from beef and mutton. It has furthermore been pointed out, by M. Régnault, that* while tho num ber bf attacks of tho armed tonia has not notably augmented, those of the non armed worm are becoming more and moro froflitcnt, _ t ? ? t Tho causa attributed to this increase is, first., ...

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