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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

;,PRESBYTERIAN ,CHURCH. The Hov. F. FRASER M. A., will (D.V.) preach at- ??: ; ? WOODBURN-At ll a.m., on April 2!)th, * :Mah'd rOoraki, at 3 :p.m. i' Codrington, on ! April ,30th, at 7 p,m. ; Wyrallah, on May 6th,. at ll a.iu. ; Duck Creek, on May 13th, 'at ''10''o.m., and Lismore, 'at 3 p.m. ;' Coraki, 'on May 20th, at ll a.m., . . and Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, on ? May 27th, at ll.a.m., and Gundurimba, at 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIA IN AFFGHANISTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

RUSSIA IN AFGHANISTAN. Russia!* intrigue is very active OD. thc.Indian frontier, A rumour is. current (says ' Indian Public,'Opinion) '. that the Russian agent that was staying at,Cabul, lias loft for Bokhara. The, conduct óf the agent whilst at Cibui, has created great surprise and, apprehension iu the minds of the people. It is said that he used to talk with tho greatest farAilitary with the Àmeer, and that he did not pay the slightest regard, to his rank. . When ono of the courtiers asked him-, "Why, sir, you do not seem to respect the person of tho Ameer. Do you not .fear that ho may some Joy or another order you to be executed 1" "Mo," replied the agent; " I do hot fear your Ameer at all, he has no reason to put me to death ; but supposing èvdn he does, my death will be also the death of his independence." I* is also rumoured in thé city of Cabul that the agent had made several prohiisès to the Àrheer, ánd. among others, had gone so far as to pledge himself in tho name of his m...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LTSMORE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

SHIPPING NEWS. TJ <r s ^ir o TIE . DÉPARTIT RES.,.. May 7. - Awphitrito, schooner, for Sydney. ? ¿_ a _j » )

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

y":?? ' -'LATEST TELEGRAMS. . : [From -the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, MAY ll; In th'é Legislative Assembly/on ' Tuesday .evening, Mr. Smith's.mption(_that the Elector al Bill be proceeded with, -was negatived ";by the easting vote of the^Spbakler ; the division being~tweivty-two each. Tho Assembly is-ntaking good progress ?with thei Estimates. . .Yesternight Mr. Jacob moved.au amendment intercepting supply in favor of abolishing dites on'aft Government Ferries ; during the ; discussion.' the galleries were cleared ; ;Mr. MeElhone /condemned certain ? Civil Servants, nsn/swindlers, and unmitigated drunkards^ 'ultimately the, .motion . >vas.with'dl-awh.. 'The Premier Was "present in"the House ia short time. ? ¿Che Customs revenue for tho past five; ' months shows an increase of nineteen thou sand pounds, compared with the corresponding 'period last year. "~ . - The Exhibition^closéd ori Wednesday. , .-Maize very firm iot.'Ss'^c^tp 3}fi,6d., 1

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

.BALLINA. ARRIVALS. ; . , May ll.-Victory, E., and Venus, schooners, "Srom Sydney. : . . ; ÖEPAHTÜJRES. .May 9.-Platypus, a., 200 tons, . Onptain Magee, for Sydney. Passengers-Miss Smith, . Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Messrs. Green, Lawson, and 1 in the steerage. Cargo : 312 baç^ .maize, 50 hides. C coops fowls, 6 casns eggs, 4 kegs huttor, 4- casks tobaccn, 2.packages beeswax, 2 bales wool, 1 hag hair, and sundries.; . '.' (, ¡.-.. ?., May O.-^-AValhico and Bruce, Atalanta, Fear less,anti Aínphiltítp. schooners, íor"Sydney.' . May -IQ.-Saucy Jack, Edith" Keep, 'Bonnie Dundee, Persévérance, Examiner, schooners, ^easjle, and Jabberwock, .8., io'r Sydney, Lavina, .schooner,'for Newcastle.1 // May ll»-Neptune, schooner, for Sydney.

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William and Mary Howitt. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

.'? fit J :.«-» »ni i -i . ??T. ''Y Howitt. Wiliirim ahoi Mary Howitt sbórri to many AmericanaHke,ttUtliar8,t>f tho 'past In deed|iCprojwra'tivcly.'fev^f know* that they úireaüliliyitig-il halo and vigorous pair, iujthe,enjoyment bf their literary pou'ers, though" William' Ho wilt is eighty-two years^pf ,ago, and . Mary,' is Hardly ' ten yearrf iy.ou-igior.'. They; are,' lint brother ?and .sister, as jis cdium'only 'WppoSed, hut husband^ jrnd wif^^eb'liibprers in literary ¡wprfcs'uicirUie'.Vlay 0f( their'marriage, over half ? aleontttry ago. ' , Tlipif' horne'' oE; lute ..hus-bejín" Sri I tidy, liiit both.aro English by. ? b,ii;tli,¡and botli^iijiio of .Quaker parentage. .Kew. auttmrs eau,í'slíó<%' sb [brilliant1 and ,variçtj u liat of .wbrk.'iioCHunplished. Poets, writurs'for the' working 'Wasser, editor.?, .h¡siu£¡uus*k ^romiu»cy-)». vxp'orurs ;iato tho .jiiytlijumil traditions' ,of all Kiirope, es- ' -pyciulí yjuf,Scimdmav,iatl lore, they have I'.WUU ri'itojwn iu.,^...

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RUSSIA ON THE ASIATIC FRONTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

RUSSIA ON THE ASIATIC FRONTIER-. LoN'DON-, March 19.-Thè 'Times' publishes a letter from its Pera correspondent, which contains. the following ;-Üark tales of violence and rapine continué to réàch the United States Embassy from many provinces, especially Bulgarin, Macedonia, and,Albafiia, where public security, either on the highway or in isolated houses or small hamlets, seenis altogether at an ènd. Those who are willing to give Turkey two bi* three years to mature ïeform may sèe what elements ai'è at work for future improvement, either in the (jrovernment or among the people. Not a Zeapich has been dismissed', no tithe-gatherer has been stopped in hits career of unlawful exactiorr, and no step ,is made toward the establishment of. public security 6r the administration of fair and equal justicó.

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DEFENCE OF THE BALKAN PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

DEFENCE Ol' THE BALKAN PASSES. TIÍE Balkan Pasaos are being garrisoned with Turkish troops; Five batta) iona and two mountain- batteries. have . been stationed ut Zamboli, three battalions at Terneva; one battalion each at Grahova and Travnn, and ono battalion of infantry and .a régiment of horse at Plevna. A reserve coips is being concentrated at Sofia to defendí the pass crossing" tho Balkan range at that point; At tho- present moment thörö ai'tj ton battalions of infantry null thrdb field-batteries at Sofia. The corps Stationed at Nisch consist of tweutyrone battalions of infantry, two of rifles, a regime'hfc of cavalry; and six batteries. Only oight . battalions and two batteries, are to remain at Nisch. The remaining forces are shdrtly to join the army of the Danube. The sninll forcé at Nisei) is intended aa a protection for Sofia against a flank attack from Servia; Up to the present' moment ith'èj TilrkisÜ fortresses are indiffer ently provisioned, Bût nèw. contracts havé been...

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A New Party Word Book. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

A New Party Word .Book. , . ' With a View tb the enlightenment of un - sophisticated;' and, therefore, frequently puzzled perusers of party outpourings, Mr. Punch has prepared the' following defini tions and explanations of some of the chief words and phrases in the verbal armory of tte porty controversialist. The personal pronouns in these cases will, of course, be' understood to-refer to tho person speaking or writing : ; ' Ail Remarkable and Respectable People .^Ourselves. ".,','' '.' 'Everybody-That portion of the com; muhity, small or great, which" sides wit!» us.' ' '. .??''.''. ' Nobody-Itvoryhody who holds' or ex presses opinions' untdgonistic to ours. ' -? ' ' The' Opinion of the' Country-This'is [arrived flit by an exceedingly simple arith metical' procoss, namely, - by subtracting. thc' views'of "Nobody" (inJthc: abovo sense) from 'those of Everbody "? (a's .before defined). " *' Common Sense-Tho. opinion common 'to'thó¿ó who ágfeo with us.': . - '..' ' 1 Patridtism^Our V...

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Wyrallah. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] May 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

Wyrallah. [_Fnoir OUR comiEsroXüEJíT.J May 2nd. "Trip. Ancients used to write some wonderful tales such as making bricks out of straw, and spinning ropes out of sea simd. I would also like to spin a good yarn too, if I could only get hold of the material to work orr, but hore in this present world, we must have facts ; the more stubborn they are, tho better they take. It is no usc writing about the weather, for anyone mad enough to find fault, . ought to be ashamed of himself; even tho fcockri tooes, seem to be 'quite satisfied all around here, visiting all tho. neighbours in sunshine or showers, proclaiming in a löiid voice tho bounties of tho Richmond, but as visitors, .1 am afraid they get thc Cold 'shoulder, as well asalté Cold shot. . . The ?' Travellers' Home " was opened hero last night in right good earnest, .edibles, And drinkables iii galore. Music, dancing, and speechifying, till . daylight. I trust Mr. Brosnahan will drivo a good 'trâxlo, as à house of call was much want...

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The Palaeocrystic Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

. TËe Palaeócrystic Sea. ': OhV'Captnin Narcs was ?& sailor, bold ". OF iSagland'a proud Naveei i ( . And ho Bailed to the land of perpetual cold' ' ' That borders the Arctic Sea. ., ,,. . "Hi'H heasily heat thoso fellers,'' he said, , " That came from Amerikec, r.¡ And show the way to the Arctic Polo v , -IVall that come afterme" \ So, he, sailed away tb the frozen North;'' .. Arid up Smith Sound went ho ; ' Till .at' last he came to the end of'his rope ' . ' ..In latitude eighty-three; > '' '" ?. "! H it's awful cold hup Vre iii tho hico" , , Said tin's captain bold, said he-'' ? VBiit Í sliould'nt go back since that foller .', :,' ' 'Ayes, ' ."' , .Caine nearly.as far aa me» ; :- .*' '. "Hi'U.mark his.lati.tude twon'ty back . And say a mistake made he, And call his blasted Höpen Polo »' My Pidajocrystic Sea. Thcrb'a moro in a name . than Shakespeare . ; :t thought) ,. ' . ' Though a poet grand was ho, ' 'And tho R. Gr. S. will a medal bcatovy ; .'I For. my Palujocrysti...

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Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 9TH MAY. Before H. S. ELLTOTT, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

Lismore Police Court. WEDinBSÖAYi 9TH MAY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq\, P.M. Thomas Mos3 v. .Elizabeth . Thompson. "Wilful trespass uhdèr -2nd clause of 34th section of Act, 29 Victoria No 2. Mr. E. W. Allingham for the plaintiff. Thomas Moss being swómv .deposed-That he was a farmer residing at Wyrallah, part of which 'farm is cultivated, 'and other under grass ; lias about 7 or S ;àcrès *ói; corn, and 3 of phm'pkihs-,\remembér3 'th'è,27th of last March;; saw Mrs. Thompson 'about Í) o'clock on that night ; saw her a fè\V fèét from, my pumpkins'; she was standing ¿on a drawing road ; .she xiraa driving a herd 'àt mixed cattle through "my pnihpkins into the corn*;, there were hljbut 12 .h'èad altogethèr-; she had a stick oh her shoulder, and two dogs with, her; the cattle went into my cultivated land ; I took eight out, and two I lost ; J'shid to. Mi-s, Thompson, " I have'found you ïh your dirt ;" I had occasion to be away fi-om homo nearly all that week, and whën I returá'éd I foitii...

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The Russo-Turkish War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

Thc Kusso-Tiirkisli War. FROJI our European telegram, received shortly before we went to press yesterday morning, it would appear that tho Russian army hus been-divided into two columns, and that whilst one colunia has entered the Sultan's dominions by way of Roúmania, the other has entered by Batouin, a seaport of Turkey in Asia, on tho south-east shores of the Black Sea. Ardahan, the place where the Russian and Turkish troops met, isa township in the Trans-Caucasus-, about sixty or seventy miles South-east of Batouin, It is here the Russian troops were routed with the lo3s 'of 800 men. The telegram furtner stated' that the main army was moving towards Dalramclnr. It will .probably' be found that thé mdvemént is towards the Dumbovitza River, on which stands Buk-, barest, the prosperous capital of Roumauia., Our telegram of - Saturday stated that the Russian troops had reached Galatz, and it is likoly that the point to which they would next march would be Bukharest. This township is...

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The Financial Statcment. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

Tile Financial Statement. AT tho meeting ..of the Parliament on "Wednesday, 2nd May, Mr. Piddington, made the : following statom'entt-"That for the purpose of making good the sirpply granted tb lifer Majesty for the services o£ the year 1877, there be granted from tho consolidated réyënWà the sum of .£1733 towards' the expenses of the establishment of his Excel lency tho Gó'vórhor for ttó 1877." He briefly adverted to.tho fact of á change of Government having taken place, and that it 'was incumbent ti pod him to make a statement of'the financial affairs of the country. The present Government had -adopted the Esti mates of their predecessors, with some additions in the shape of additional Estimates. He admitted that ho felt astonished at the extraordinary statb of tilts. public revenue. One quarter's revenue how exceeded tho revenue for a whole your at tho time he had the honour to bb elooted tt niBmber tíf this ohamber. ' Tho revenuö increas'tíd from quarter to quarter and from mont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

Richmond River Agricultural and Horticultural Society. THE ENTRIES .for tho COMING SHOW will CLOSE at CASINO, on THURS DAY EVENING» 17th 'MAY next, ... . ' , : ' ALEX! SIMPSON» . ; . _ ...... JEFFREY GRIME, . .!;..'.',.; , .,'? Joint' Secretaries. . Casino,,lith .May, 1877.,(

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He Would Not Mourn for Vanderbilt. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

:¡i,' ' ' for Vanderbilt. ¡ x - V >.<J Lr'l¡¡. ¡i -Jl, ; j .? . , ?. . , , ,.; j ..,,.) .... ? * . 15yeíyÇp4y!^j'dtd/;nbV'}*ovHs. .Commodore íyandcrbi3[t,'' arid. cven^'whén'; death has .swj.tch'ctt..'iiiín.'.'ón**,, some 'people -'carinotr .lepnVt^,^o^ók'"'üpdn' him >vftli 'affection.1 {fcMl'suiflhicr, .iyheu lib died the' first tinicp ItÜic yès^^s'ip/bùr harbor put their flags at .hálfjrrt'á'st.. .Among, thc rest wiis.one'vcssel,,. '.tte'p'w.iiçrj bf tyh'içh /stood af1 thefocLti'iof: ^fadison'street'jttst; as the /captain, who,, ^adjbceh 'pdt to'thc ' vesjscl,' met him with"' ',¿ ícjrrüjtjJ' squall'ph'his face. ..'...;.'..: <.''« y <;',.< ; ' "ff. Çapjài'n,''' said' he, " set right irito.that , 'Üpatl'ttnä'go'bacVjro 'that' vesseí'tlrt'd raiae: . .those flags '.clear' to the/top' of;'th'e mast; plNone of,y.o.ur: hátf-irias't business-ore my. . ,vcis.scl',.in''li'ónor.,of old Vanderbilt. . He . Cheated 'inc put. Of 'l 0,000" dollars...

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She Wanted Sarah. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

¡..V MrsPlRookaway;' anwomaU í.oí iforty-fiyc, < 'waa somewhat «mbarrassed as ?'shei.came into cüurt,-charged with drunkenness,, but ' af thr-l'onRirieraple, coughing; : and ? gasping 8ho managed Ho reachuthb, subject, under' discussion and called oütit:. -. !-..;,»., .Yu. " Not gililty of being: drunk,! and i ¿want to seo Sarah;" . . ;,¡..-. , < ; "'po-you' refer to: Sarah-toga,? " asked tho cour}; ?'.'?: -i ':u ,:-vol '.»» iij } <»,?* t. * ' ' «f'Nó, sir i l rcfer'to Sarah' Van." ' " And whero is Sarah Vim Vi'1.,..; ;i " '?.-' " Over in. WindsorA. <''l t.-.v.' ,i >,'.i < i ' "T can't sendtfb* her,' -Mm- Btockav^ay. There is no doubt that^you were ¡intoxíca ted;!èrtd I don't1 seo show iSarah can., help'1 ySUi"' ' ' ;. ¡:.ll I-li .?,' .;,:-.[ ¡;,||-j¡ -'' I ' " But I must Bec hc'ry suv Sarah knowS' .just how hard I:.'work; .anfL Bhe, knows I' never'got drunk in hriydifo.",i.i:>. .'..,. -¿ > I The otnoCr said it'was the ...

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A Fallen Prince. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

' A Fallen Prince. ' ' v ". ' "m - ' "tu. I' "Jomi:I*ririco has beeil sleeping-in coal ¡ shads,"'said his 'Honor,' as prisoner, ap peared before bins. . '.. "'» , . "Yes, that's so," sighed tho prisoner. , "Ho ' has''no cash-no 'credit at tho corner grocery-J no street car tickets-no hmbc to go to."'1 : '>?;.. :-r.-.v ^" Purty trùo,-' Judge-pUrty'true." . : ^ ; "Àir of which,1 John Prihcoj means .that you aro â-ragraht.",???' '"'s ' -: :';?> ' V^That'B'what I ami;' Ten»'.years ago I wa's;i Worth" tiró rriilliori dollara, and was called the biggest gun'in Oinah'a. , v',' How did you loose your great wealth ? askod'íhe'cóurt''" ?'"'?:'.> ¡-. : ';-/' Birt the hull'. pile: on.,"a dog fight, and,my 'dog sold mo'ottt P'-'was tho oarneot reply.-;- ,?T ' ;-', ? :, .' .V».'. '''*. Well/tho'nuxt dog-fight; yon HBO will ba' ejx >inonth'8"'áheád.* 'In' other . words, you ¡will be'deposited for half ,a year." ' 1 ,'.".AVith''a big' dinner on tho' Fourth of ?j^?,,,v-^;, if?;,.,,.,;. ....

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He Proved It. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

I Í|l" fm Proveä lt. lf ty,;At thé'Danbury^pplice coiirt^a [lâthy, /ro^d-shouldere^^^ Dix, came out.wîtH a prompt "not guilty" on thc end of his tongue; " Kot guilty of what ? " asked his Honor; .- of anything, sir.- -I'll defy.any.,human being to pint ,out a mcau.act iii my*I/£e- I came to Michigan when it was a howling wilderness, arid I've tended right " to buri1 ness ever since. I've grfiwed up herc, and everybody knows I'm XXX and as goed as the wheat." . . . - - , , "At clevcu o'clock; last hight," mildly remarked; his Honor, "you .halted on Monroe avenue, pulled, off. your coat and flung it down,.slapped your vest on tho walk; rolled up your sleeves, and ybu were about to. attack a. pedestrian * when tlie ofHcer interfered. It's a very plain story the officer tells," . . -, V ' " Judge, were you eyer Vaccinated ? " asked Dix,, wbtlo a grin, spread dil'over his jface. ,.; ". , . (;. .' .' i ;.*? I have been." ,."'.'.. li ? " And do you remember .how the blamed ?thing it-shed ,...

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A Young Girl's Vigilance. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 12 May 1877

i.MI.',III ov't>ï,;n ; A Young G-irFá1 Vigil* - ' ?'? " : if. If-V.OO ...77 I;/ j ,. ,, ance.. : ..¡.J«......' . ' mn. ,'.;Í¡.. Hil l.W.-UJMl JÍÍ.'J.TV j .. -.-The -'^^i^ott(W^ÍT^^^^tl^ ajj^i%'-^B.f '-little,' Mary ; Newton Eas 4somq>y}yat 'Jot a.! rival . in - the, ]itÛo"<ldàùgÇtèr;vp^1'iEd>vArd . Swifts the superintendent o£th^ .! . telegraph.,j ¡ Mr. Swift ; was^.aqrnp itirtie 'since, injured in-,thc;';perforn^anc^: of ,'his I dUtie8.'to such an pxtenOhat' J]a jV etill confiedlo his hottsei'il^p'^iajgj'tnbjíra'^^-:| .tanooi! p£,.hÍ8.:posi^oq,r,Kbw(¿Y^rv'^^,r4l>' '.predating the. iwiiih&'frè"ffiË!ii''épTaà-,I : times vrant an assistent, ho . injaj^ç&n his. | , 1 i ttlo ; daughter,., aged j twelve,, ¡in' all J ,lhe. mysteries of tho "battqry,T£oóm" iii tho '.Oity:Hall«-:'.a,his*rigb¿t litae.'jçtrî now has -.theientiro charge.oiithat place^'ancVis -tho ! soul, BO to spe«K|.o£!ttte.vi^U'^t\w^Mh^an. , that guards the city,:£rbm ..ii Jcbnflagrátib...

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