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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
' Religious Memoranda. " CHURCH QF ENGLAND SERVICES. I tTirst Sunday in each Month-Casino, at ll a.m. : . ! and 7.30 p.m. ; Lismore,, at .11 tl.m., and /:.. . i . ; tf'SO p.m. ; .Gurtdurimba,.at,3 p.m. - . BfiOond : Sunday in each Month-Lismore,' at ll .; v h.m. : Rosehill,. at 3 p.m, ; Ballina, at ll ;T,-; a o. ms,' and".3. p.m. ;:Pilot Station» at ;7,30. ?. ".. ? p.m. . >. ? ;? ! " ?c Third. Sunday in - each Month-Casino» at ll ? a.m. ; Tomki, at 3 p.m. ; Casino, at 7'30 p.m. j Woodburn, at ll'a.m. ; Coraki, at 3 . ; p.m. ; Wyrallah, at 7.30. ; Fourth Sunday in each Month-Lismore^ at ll . o.m. ; Wilson's Ridge) at 2*30 p.m. ; Duok ~ " 'Crook, at 5"p.m. ; Ballina) at ll aim., . and 3 p.m.' ? Fifth Sunday-Tho-T-wood and the Slutions. . -. _ENRY PORTER B. Ar, > I\ R. NEWTON," Assistant Curate.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. I The Rov. F. FRASER M.A., will (D.V.) preach at WCODTÍ17RN-At ll a.m., on April 2!>th, mid Coraki, at 3 p.m. ; Co:lrin';tou, on April 30th, at 7 p.m. ; Wyrallah, on May Ctii, at ll o.m.: Duck" Creok, on May 13th, at 10 a.m., and Lismore, at 3 p.m.; Coraki, on May 20th, atllain., àud Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, on May 27th, at ll a.m., nnd Gundurimba, at 3'p*.in.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
PRlttTIJÎG. NOTICE. THE " NORTHERN STAR" U published at LISMORE, in the RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT, every SATURDAY HORNING, and is despatched br the first línila to all parts of the District and Colony. The Advertising Soale will ba tut follow« : a. &lt;L Tiret inoh (eight line«) and under .. 2 0 Every additional inoh .. .. .. 1 O Births, Marriages, and Deaths .. 2 0 A liberal allowance will bo made for Standing AdvertUameats, but no lower fate will be aooepted than ls. on inch» Tabular advertisements will be charged double the above rates. No advertisement will be booked to a non subscriber for a lesa charge than 2s. 6d. The number of insertions must be written on the face of each advertisement, otherwise they will be published until countermanded, and charged for accordingly; and no countermand will ba valid unless given in writing. Orders to alter or withdraw advertisements must bo Bent in before 4 p.m., on WEDNESDAY, and new advertisements oannot be received latter than 4 p...
The Story of Saint Zita. How a Genosse Kitchen-Maid became the Patron Saint of Cooks. I. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
The Story of Saint Zitá; ? How* a é^noeBé Kitefcen-Maid be- came the Patron Saint of Coolta. In the Italian calender-martyroiogj óead-'roll, whatever yov picase to call it " there is a Saint Zita, and Saint Zita is th patron saint of cooks and kitchen-maids. - . . :-- II' ' '? v V Saint Zita was a Genoese cdak, devote to her master and mistress-still more de voted to Heaven arid heavenly thmgi The people of the house were kindly foll fairly well-to-do and not inclined to' meddl or find fault with Zita so long aa dinne was ready ut the appointed Hour. Zita wa an accomplished cook, probably: in virtu of her application tb spiritual : things, f o the cookery of Genoa is simply hellish. -' ??'. ; III. . ? - It is, however, written thai we canxio serve two masters, and so Zita, while ser ving faithfully as she might nor earthl; lords,, sometimes neglected her kitchen' cares for the care of lier soul. She atten Jed chtrivh as we might1 Bay inveterately and with all her'skill and attention...
The Mountain Meadows Massacre. Cedar City, (Utah)) March 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
The Mountain Meadows Massacre. Cedar City, (Utah)) March 23rd. Jörn* D. LEE was shot at Mountain Meadows at 11 o'clock to-day, for assisting in the massacre of a number of emigrants, at that place .in 1857. The execution took place near the emigrants' monument. A squad of United States soldiers were stationed in the open field, and Lee was placed before them. The troops numbered six men, and at Lee's request he was placed Uttaï them. He made a short speech in which he expressed his confidence in the Mormon religion) as revealed tö Joseph Smith» ' He dendtinded Brigham Young in severe terms ; said he had never intentionally done a wrong, and was preparad to die. His language was evasive and contradictory of Whatlie had previously said and writtëu. He died as he'had lived, a religious fanatic. The marshal, with the soldiers and Lo6¿ District-Attorney Howard and Rev. Mr. Stokes, arrived at Mdtintllin Meadows about 8 o'clock on Thursday evening. After eating and stationing guards) they ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
lineal and General Noir& TUB LÍSMÍJRE .TOWN COMMON.-A mooting mw hellijit tho.Öiifirt House, èft Wednesday afturnobn last, in réforeriob tb the above, Mr. E. AV. Allingham being called to thu Chair, nnil after some discussion, it being considered that sufficient publicity hud hot beöfi given in tho mutter, it was moved by Mr. Glasgow mid seconded by Mr. J. Baillie, " that tho meeting bo adjourned until 4 o'clock où that day week," which TO delly carried. It will bo seen by out- advertising columns, that, ahothbr mooting is accordingly callèîl for Wednesday afternoon next,, and as "¡he matter ia ono affecting tho wöll-döing of tho town,, all persons interested should endeavor to attend. -' Tun. TIMBER - TIIAT)E.^-SVC dib korry tb say that although there has bótíil raiii enough for farming operations, yot in consequence of the lion-arrival of tho usual " fresh,", which at this seimon of the year sota the newly-cut timber limiting doivu the crooks, which roaching; a market,. pu...
The Northern Star. Lismore, May 5, 1877. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
Lismore, May ¿j 1877. AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. IT has been, truly 'stated that we should never despise the day pf Small beginnings, and no. doubt many persons doing the Sydney Exhibition could not but contrast its present appaarance with that of o"i)y a few years since, when, not ? withstanding the earnest efforts of M. JotfßiiRT, and his coadjutors, the Agricultural Society was but pöörly supportèd by the. great bulk of the busi ness "people of Sydney, and the Shows were only a partial success. Ño tv, however, a great change has come over .the. spirit of its dream, èaeh year's Exhibition being* ushered in by a great nourish of trumpets, is patroniséd by thousands of sight- seers, While the I'esidents in the Metropolis, finding that the Sho\ys put rïïOnéy in their purses, appear to do their best to make them a suc- cess» Judging by the commenda- tions in the public journals, the last Exhibition was aflêàd .öf others in many respects, although., it is said that the Agricultural departrnei...
CHAPTER VII THE CONSPIRATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
? '. CHAPTER Vllj ? . ? Jj THE CONSPIRATORS; I The Honorable iMr-.'Skimfln eat: in hi heat study in his private residence just a Hugh was covnirig into/ the;city. ..Thi dobate last night convinced .tho honorabl gentleman that the day of his power hai gone, and that unless ho adopted despcr ato remedies, thorp . would bo, ah end ti Skimfin. - Now many, will .wonder, wh; ¡Mr. Skimfin was not satisfied with;theIonj term pf .office bei had had; ",'Bji't 0 tell.tHi truth, the. love of office had .grbwffwitl 'office.... Mr Skimfin had, dover thirsted fp: office and power when he'waö a fledgling member or Parliament, aa he'now longet to. rpjain themr "'. They/.iläcj" becdmt necessities df his life;'' Ho had thriver ian them ; ho had amassed ' wealth, ánr ramified his influence . throng! out the ,whole country. .Would he allow the reiui to drop listlessly from his hand , now, abc ;siiffcr the man who had boon all powerful to becoirip ode of'tho general rucki ;Poïitical death was' as bitter ...
CHAPTER VI. BROTHER AND SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
-'--?hitAPTER Vi..: : i\&lt; . J ,. . BÍÍOTHEB AND BISTBlt; ' ;; 1 .' .-About the time when Mr. Sniff was be- wailing his losaos, and swearing revengo, justus the golden gleams of the early sun- shine glanced upon Mount Macedon. \_ .'" ni Sister Katie :rose, and with a glad heart j thahked .tho great Giver of good that she thad.livod:to/see another.fiun. She looked out and saw tho dewy meadowy the glad ¡ hills; glowiUg with molten gold, tho long ! stretches of low land still grey with , tho | tlcebig shadows of 'night, tho' bright" blue j sky,,olearás icrystul with itg fast disap- pearing star gems,.,and: she hoard tho ! cheerful, sounds oE early morn, tho singing j lind Orb wing of the birds, the shrill" Whistle j of! the'dista'nt steam-onginó, about to start i Into tho country,", tho pleasant low of j cattle, the kind of miisio which inakoVthc ¡ öarly morn, arid.a devout and happy feel- : ing:wasin líór'lie'arti/.This was au emblem j .to Her of tlíát morning which -vyas sb...
Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 2ND MAY. Before II. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M. Mr. E. W. Alhugbáin " appeared for thd* defendant. ' ; , "Jacob Gredsihgor v. John Oestrich.-This .was a charge df assault, and the following, evidence was taken : . Jacob Grdesinger deposed-That he was a tintber cuttor, and lived at tíogiiiibil Plain ; last Saturday between 7 lind 8 ö clock in tho morning, I was getting the bullocks together to go to work, when I saw a mare," steer, and cowj on my mother's land,, and drove thom On to the Government road j the defendant came down from his house, took down the' rails wo have across the r'dád; and let them through on to his dwn part of the Govern- ment road; hé said, " what aro you driviug my cattle for 1 " I said, " I'm not going* to select for. dther peoples' purposes) I have but little endugh grass for our own j" bo dashed thé rails on one side, add I said, " I will put thom up ;" I got off1 iriy liorso to put the rails up ; defendant then rose the piece of...
Land of the Saracen. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
''i i> ?'? * ., , ^ ,--:\ edi :;¡rs Land ¡V.of "'.'tlie'' tSairacSiL ¡ . 'Charles'-iDudloy'^Wajnéri is, a\ write?! of such rafo:and ^varied '-excellence.:thai*(fix whatever: thorne " he discourses he; is .Burn b£: n>'läge and attentive audience.;.! ¡A1 :'thoügh-he'¿has fdvcn'tVKnotbin^jBQ; fresh, and racy as his first hook, My Summer ju ?&lt;f Ga/diñ'i ha-m alway f pleasing," . often . amusing, and o occasionally jinstruptiye. ;.tiást;ve!ir-ho&lt;;.wont.'abroad,..visited Egypt ;the -'Holy land, anil other .-portions pf -tue . -OrienVand'afow.monthsdatpr gave to tho (publio-thoirpsult of; his Nile-nYalley , wan .- Oerings;in'á¡voIümoicalled:>V«/«w¿ri;aW . Rfoste»ti¿'¡ And now rwe:aff.e;callqd'upon ? 'to ;pass judgment* upon. a second ' yplufpe . fronvtha samo-büsy hand, under!the.namo ; of 7j^-'Z^a»/.ur/¡Itis.a.:;nicordrp£('t^yitln ' dnipalestine; Upper.Byria,'.Asiii,Mmor,rand ? Turkey proper.w '»'J.us.t>.now eyeir'jhuiK y- ^pertaining-: tb thoirEfta.liia ...
"The Boys of my Boyhood." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877
"The Boys of my Boy- hood." One of the'entéftairimertta. oí the hbyäj of my time waa what whore called - the "raisings??.'nieanihg^ttío' election-of'. th'e; timber frames of houses or barua.to which; tho boards'wêrO' td' bd afterwards1 nnilod.¡ Höre tliö minister'made' a point-'of' boingi present, and hither", the able-bodiod mon of , thë heighbbrhoodj tho young mon eBpeci-i ally, ^crd's'Ummónod, and toole ¡part iii the; ' work with' great alacrity.'? It waaia'spec taclp.fbf us next to that of a performer on the tight-rope; to seo''tho young men walk steadily 'on - the narrow'."footing-of.-the hsarria at a'gïcat'hàight from'tho . ground,' or aa they stood to catch in ; theil1' hands the wooden pins and tho' bracos flung to them from boloWÎ -They vied with- each bthoriii-the dexterity -"and; daring /with which they Wetit through' with tho -work; tmû when tho' skeleton -of ? the work .'-was put together soncto one of' them , generally capped, the' clihiax'of- fearless/ activity; by st...
New Disease in the Sugar Cane. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
New Disease in the Sagar Cone. PROM Mr., Geo.. Block, Logan district, ve ' Lave particularsof a new and moat formidable enemy that has just appeared in tits sisgar .'cane.- We. have also seen canes that are ? - injured by this pest, and they leave no doubt that energetic'measures are necessary in order- to stomp it out. The pest is a parasite of the 'louse kind. Ii i» of pale brudsh color, and full grown is about an eighth of an , ; inch ms 'length,. and is nearly as broail: - It -was first observed in cane the plants for ? - -which- were iiaported from -Singapore some .two -years since.-J It tokes up'iisTlocation1 at , the junction of the Heaves and stem. In-tho . canes, we haw secny masses of grayish' dirtr are collected afc these- joints, the leaves are injured) and the wBole'cane is in euchra state tts leaves no doubt its destruction is cèrtaiii. äoon as the injuries inflicted -were observed, a search was made, and all the canes growing from the Singapore planta weré found more ...
Bread or Blood. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
Bread or Blood. THE unemployed workmen of Scranton have inadè & demonstration upon the City Council calling upon tho members and demanding an appropriation of 20,000 doh for public ' works, that employment may be given. A " working man obtained permission to address the meeting, and said if the Council did not. do anything for the poor, they would take tlift matter in their own hands. There were fine stôres along Lackawaua avenue, an'd thej??_ would help themselves. (Loud cheers.) Thr. threat caused great commotion, and Mayo* McKéeu, rushing forward, called the speake - to order, and said, as' chief executive office . of the city, he could not permit such threat/ Amid fearful uproar and eries bf " We wi ' have bread or blood," the nieiiting broke u ? in wild disorder. New York, March 15th. ; THE \VAH iii THE BAST.-Our Englii ' telegram pnbliahéd this morning announces tin the Russian forcea havo crossed the Pruth ar : aro ^Muring into Rouinauia, and that a part. the "army ha...
Round the World. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
, Round tho World-. THE London correspondent of the ' Gibb, Innes Guardian ' says,--Globe-trotting has. become so common: ari Amusement that I am not surprised- to .discover that a business is to be made of it, ¡ and that & yachting voyage round the world has been projected by Messrs^ Hide and Thompson: This enterprising firm oilers, for tho sum of ¿£500 for each person, to take-a party of 150 or. 200 voyagers in a yacht of 2,400 toná to all the principal ports of Europe, Asia, and A.mbrica, to feed them luxuriously for nine months, and bring theta homo again as safe, as the presence of a. Surgeon will leavts theih, niter having shown them all wonders of the world. : The tour, will commence . at Southampton, in, August next, France, Spain; Italy (including Florence, Venice, and' Home), Greeoé (including Athens), . Turkey, .-"Palestine., .(including Jerusalem) Egypt, with,its Pyramids, the' Red Sea, India, Singapore; China, Japan, thc Sandwich Islands; the American Continent ...
Starvation in America. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
Starvation in America; TnB American. . papers teem with talés. of distress, and the' prospects of.the working classes fia vé .sóldóni hèè'A sd . 'dark, qv'èn in the ovér-popúlated eountriés óf the old world, as they aré at present in .many parts of the United States, ? We might fill our columns with stories of harrowing suffering and want and déstitutioii from the New York papers, if it served any good purpose. Such instances as the following appear by ; no means un common. We quote from ' Harper's Weekly': -Not long ago a man called at a station house in ^Brooklyn, and desired to see the chief officer' in private. , He then said, " Captain, I-want yon to do something for me." ' " Téjl, ine what you want," was the reply, 'fand I'll seé if I cando it." The mau then ëaid h'ë had been dût of émployj ment six months, that his wifè ànd children had gone to their relatives to live, as hé could not support them ; that ht* had. tried évery where to get work, and fàil'èaj *l perhaps because ...
Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, May 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
tatest C&nliitöröiül. ¡_BY TELEGRAM.] T. .?. -a ? SYDNEY, Friday, May 11th. ' MESSRS. ' H. PRIESTLY ' and Co. report that maize was selling this day at 3s $d per bushel ; eggs, ls 8d per aozen ; fowls, 3s per pair; ducks, 3s 4d per pair; bacon,- 3.0d.. per, lb. ; "butter,, ls 7d per lb. ; cheese, -ÏÔd per lb. ; potatoes, 6S'per cwt. ;Sydney-, May 11th. MR» A\ . KETIIELL . reports : Trade 'very quiet ; Pine, plentiful, 6s 6d to 7s ; Cedai, in fair demand ; dressed and seasoned Pine firm at lost ' quotations ; Cedar boards of fair quality ïn>aêinand, at usual rates ; 'good Beech,'13s.
Self-reliance Necessary to Success. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877
Séif-réiiancè Necessary to Success. SELF^IÏEIIIANCE, conjoined with prômptitiide in the execution of our undertakings, is .indis pensable to success. And yet multitudes live a,. lifo of vacillation and consequent failure, because théy remain ündeterniinód what to do, or, having d'écidéá that, have lio' confidence in themselves. Such jièrâons need to he assured^ but this assurance can be obtained in no 'other way than by their own successes in whatever they may attempt for themselves. If they lean upon others, they not (inly become dissatisfied with what théy achieve; but the success .of ono achievement, in which they are entitled to, but partial credit is no guaranty to them that, unaided, they will riot fail in their very next .'experi ment. For want of self-reliance and decision of character, thousands are submerged in their first essays to make the voyage of life. Dis3appoiated and chagrined at this, they uuder-estimate their own capacitiès, and thenceforward, relying on others, ...