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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Late European News.—The War, and the Champion Race. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 15th August, 8-45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

LATENT v Tp£^ I ...... ? . . ?. ?. . ?(From-- the Australian AssboitUèd^'-Fr^)-'.^ Late European News.-The -War, and. tlie Champion SYDNEY.' ' / - Tuesááy, í 5tli August, 8*45 To.nr.*. ^The Californian Mail arrived at. Auckland tm S linday ; the Suez Mail beings signalled *. at Adelaide /^sterxláy// A «ase pf sïnaU-pox . occurred on board . tue former between Houolulu and Ban francisco, the.-patient bemg landed at Houolulu. SbocMngYatrocities bave been committed by tbe Turks at, Bulgaria, twenty thoiisand inhábiiaaa&s being slaughtered, ;an^;rállages burned. * ! " ^ - Tlïe vGrreat; -^Powers7 maintain neutrality, but .Kassian sy mpathisers-are actively work- ' ing "to bring about a complication." ' A terrific explosion;has occurred on board.. î£he English tiiïrët-ship Thunderer, twenty- " »ix men being;killed;^-: -,-, <; * * t T^-tb Tufted; &Htes tha^Sapç " Indians Indians occupy a foriuidable position. A war of extermination; is expected.*

Publication Title: Northern Star
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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 August 1876

BALLINA. ' ARRIVALS. : -.: . . I August 13--Neptune, schoôiie% frónirS^dney. August 14--Examiner, barque, and schooners. Schoolboy, Borough Bello,; Bertha, .iPersererance, Vj from Sydney. " - . - o ' August 15.--Octoroon, Monarch,..andr Alice Jane, ,schooners,for Sydney. . * *? . - .": August 18.-Schooner?/ Margaret^ Saucy*"Jack,;' Xtizzie Davis, Fearless, Mary Peverly, Atlanta, Amphitiite, Storm I^à^i Authôs, Emma Jane, and barque Samuel Merritt, from Sydney. ': ? . ! DEPARTURES. - Augnsfc 12.---Píafrsrpus,*-Gapí-ain Magee, for Syd-' ney. Passengers-Mrs. "Wotberspoon, Mrs. Davies,. Mrs. Saul, Mina -Holloway rMiss -Miiiiro;' Messrs. Clarki and McPherson.' . r Gargo':'35:OOOrfeet sawn pine, 1273 bags ninaze^' 10 bags potatoes, 210 bides, 1 6 cases sgg*. 9 casks tallow, and sundries. - , August 18.-Schoolboy, schooner, forSydney." ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Brevity is a lost art ; but it is the fault of time thatwriters or speakers cannot be brief. There is too much to say, because too many things have happened since the world started. In the beginning Adam and Eve could talk as concisely a* the Ten Commandments. There were no old Creek frauds to quote from, no precedents ; no rememberance on the part of Adam .of his mother's cooking. With the-iirst couple brevity was the body and soul of wit, and there were no words to waste, and nothing but plain business to do. New Advertisements. O TI CE M ONEY TO LEND, on APPROVED SECURITIES. E. W. ALLINGHAM, Solicitor, MOLESWORTH STEEET, LISMOBB Central Bichmond Hiver Jockey Club. À COMMITTEEMEETINGwill .be held at Seven o'clock, on Wednesday evening next, at MR. C. DEAN'S Hotel. W. KELLEWAY, Secretary. 1ST O TI CE "TX 7"ANTED, TWO or THRÊE MEN to dig TV ARROWROOT, HIGHEST WAGES given. Apply to N. BARLOW, Duck Creek Rddgei. . ? .? ? . r - - - ? ! TO LET. " 1 FORTY ACRE PADDOCK situated at GÜLMANG...

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Woodburn. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Woodburn. Xïit03I Ora. CORRESPONDENT.] . August 29; As all my former communications upon the proposed Woodburn and Iluka Railway, hare ; been freely tom to pieces, and as not one have proved up to the- presenthow this railway would [ruin thedistrict, it was my intention to have ; written nothing further op. the subject, but as [one person signing himself D. M., Wyrallah, (in the Casino paper) has taken upon himself to ': write upon tho proposed Woodburn and Iluka Railway and the Woodburn people, I cannot ^injustice to them, allo^'this peculiar production *to pass without having;my little say in tho ' [matter. Surely this J). M. must have something "the -matter, with .nim. How kind pf him ' % writo'snch^ which he receives no thanks. I advise D. :í&¿. to keep his advice until f[ asked ;for. , IIow in the name of common sense ^couMihe .call ï^è . Woodburn and Iluka Raüway '*%ffeh- «uchia;Kii;d;name, viz. "a bastard sehenie" ?£röm hisiQwji. showing. Mr. T. Bawden, ; ap- ; : pear...

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Select Poetry. BABY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

/ Select 3*oetvy'.. ¿ ; _ . | ? Z, ' BABY . ÍLÍA^D': . ^How'ma&y railes tb [Baby land ?" - - . ': ."Anyone eau teü j..--' - ' TJp}onó night, .,.. . . ,' -?-??y ^ ^ jr. To.^ong-rigQtç";",' ':' .' V . " "What dan you.fe in Baby-land f '' .?»..liföe-follrain'Vhite»-»".. . . '"''"^v '^H '.y: Downy^ heads,- : ? Cradle beds"; . "Faces pure and bright." . . " ''What do they do in Baby land F" . . ' " Dreamand wake and play ; Laugh and. crow, , " Sihout and grow, . Jolly times haye they." . .- " What do tiley say in Baby land?" .' ..'T^y.the,.oddest things ;. ?: - Might as well Try to tell . What a birdie sings." ' ? . " Who is -the <¿ueeh of Baby land ?" .** Mother, kind aud sweet ; ^ Aud her love, Bom above, Guides the little feet."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Conveyance of Mails* General Post Office, Sydney, August'26, 1876. "'nprarBERS for the COOTEYAKCE of - MAILS to and from Tabulam and Tooloom, oncena -week ; Casino and Lismore twice'a -week, and Lismore, Alstonville, and Ballina, once a week. Casino and Tabulam via "Wooroowoolgan, Dyraaba, and Sandiland, once a week. To commence from the 1st JAîrtTARX, 1877, will be received at this Office up to noon on WEDNES DAY, .lith OCTOBER next. vFor full particulars Bee GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, a file of which is kept at every Post Oiäce in the Colony. J. E. BURNS.

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

^Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. PRAYERS WILL RE READ AT CASINO--September 3rd, 12th Sunday af ter Trinity - at II a.m. DISPUTED PLAINS (Mr. Armstrong's) - Sep tember 3rd, 12 th Sunday after Trinity, at 2-30 p.m. . LISMORE-September 3rd, 12th Sunday after :'' Trinity, at 7*30 p.m. BALLINA-September 10th. 13th Sunday after Trinitr, at ll a.m., and 7*30 p.m. - , PILOT STATION-September 10th, 13th Sunday after Trinitv, at 7*30 p.m. LISMORE-September 17th, 14th Sunday after Trinity, at ll a.m. DISPUTED PLAINS - September 17th, 14th Sunday after Trinity, at 2*30 i>.m. CASINO"-September 17th, 14th Sunday after . - Trinity, at 7*30 p.m. ' WOODBURN-September 24th,. 15th Sunday after Tiinitv, at ll a.m. . . CORAKI-September 24th, 15th Sunday after ? , Trinity at 2*30 r».ra. " ; . . ." . . WYRAXLAH-September"24tíi, . 15th Sunday after Trinity-, at 7-30 p.m." ' ! ; . E. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curate. j

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LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

LAERIKINISM. WE are sorry to have to recorcf that within the last few weeks sundry misguided young men in this town have misconducted them selves, and committed offences whereby they have rendered themselves amenable to the law, _so that several of our citizens have thought it necessary to call an open-air meeting to take steps to put an end tb what threatened to become. a * "Beign of Terror" if not checked ïn time ; and' though, per haps, ' tho acts committed have not, as -yet, been of a highly serious nature,, as therefis no knowing where the line may bo "drawn, or what these excesses may lead to, it- is quite time that the existence of the ? ' i. ' Í I. Larrikin evil in our midst was ventilated, ¿Xká something done to prevent its taking a doep:- root amongst na. We believe in tho promotion of muscular Christianity, and "admire the exuberance of health and spirits which characterise our youth, and would allow them tftiy reasonable license or liberty ? but when wersee lives endange...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

. -;-w. -1-:-? - EOMA.N CATHOLIC CHURCH. CORAKI-àlASS will (¿.V.) be celebrated on,* Seaway* 3rd of September. *

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The Open Column. To the Editor of the "Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

The Open Column.. To the Editor of the " Northern Star." R SIB,-Ia your last week's issue I noticed an article; headed Cape Byron, from your correspondent, about tie departures of the "W. Tucker, and D'Arcy Pratt, , and their despatch being the shortest^pn récord. If your correspondent will just overhaul'- his memoryi ne will find it is not the shortest on .record, for I have loaded the barque Atlantic -bri tiro voyages, - with over 160,000 feet, in less than 6 da^s, and the : achponOT Highlander in 3 days, with 65,000 feet.r By publishing this you will oblige, lours, &C, - C. CHARLESWORTH;, Master of barque Samuel Merritt. . Lismore, Augrrat 27th, 1876.

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THE "NORTHERN STAR." LISMORE, SEPTEMBER [?]. 1876. THE PROROGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

THE "NOBTHERN STÀIÎ,.*' * - - -_-_._. .. LISMORE, SEPTEMBER' %t. 187ft. ÎHE PE0K0GAT10N.. LATC Sydney papert state that His " Excel«. lexrcy -¿ir HsRctrLS» BOBCÏBOK prorogued the New 8outh Wales jparliaxnent to the 3rcû October, : on the 22nd August, last. The cloeïnç Speech occupies some space, and.; states "that His Excellency tras pleased ^ release legislators from their labors, which; had been protracted to an unusual length ; and further) that their labors had not ¡ been -altogether fruitless, notwithstanding J that some of the objects* for which Parlia ment had met together had not been attained The main topics touched upon, were, that Acts to regulate the landing and storage of Gunpowder, the sale of Poisons, diseases .in " Sheep, amendment of the Jury Laws, Acts, j had been passed. With reference, to Bail-, way s, the Speech states-. \ " I am glad to be informed that the extension of railway communication is being vigorously pressed ; Í forward. Of the 468 miles at "present ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

SHUTING izn^sLLiassds. Àtxg^tft 23.*-PÎAtyptt»; ? G&ptçia Mft^ws from Sydney. Paweugen^-Me^ier*. Moore, .Wilbania..' Shea, and 5 ia the steerage. "The Platypu« olearod Sydney Head« at 9*10 p.m., on thc 24th, c^»«od tba lüchmönd Bar at 2-30 p.m., on the 26th. Experteitti¿ light variable winda throughout the passage. DEPARTURES., . August 23.--rEmma Jane," echooner, Captain Ward, for Sydney. August 28 .---Saucy Jack,, schooner, for Byito^y. August 28.--Anthons, sohooner, for Adelaide. ** / August 29."--Amphitrite, schooner, Captaia Bar man, for Sydney, ' _.. -. August 29 .--Platypus, steamer, Capta» Magw, for Sydnev. . .. .. - / " ' , + '

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LASEST TELEGRAMS. From the Australian Associated Press. SYDNEY. Tuesday August 29th, 4.10 p.m. The Boat Race. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

LASEST TELEGRAMS. - ^From <thé^ÁiiUr.alian Associated jfVeti.). . . STONEY. : ^fueáday; iAùgust 29tîi, i'l Oj p>m;. : : p :; T¿e: Botàt Race^ , liate -advices / report ' that the /Sculler's j Baco "between Trickett and Lumsden fell through,: owing to Lumsden ^thiïràwing j from the Match, and forfeiting the stakes. ¡ '< Friday, September 1. ¡ ; i"rïïân named Robinson was crushed to death at the '.Redfern Eailway terminus, j yesterday. ; fjSxi [Windeyer's^eturn for ths/OaivBrsity :¿ .J&.eccoratiu.'ii^ r Chr^o^eremam^ Derby at ieven - money, Cardinal and * Tocal next. ' Demand and Neniisis hold first posi tion for the Metropolitan Stakes. Maize; 2s 7d to %% 10d. Advices from London state that fighting in Turkey still continues/ the Turks suffering . grèàt losses, Russian Tolunfeer officers are joining the Servians with the permission of ?'?'.X Bussia. Prince. Mitan has summoned the Consular Body vrith the purpose of bringing about a mediation bet/ween t...

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Aligns J 26.- P abypu', steamer, from Sydney. August 27.- S ár of tue Sea, and-Annie' Moore, schooners, from S/dney; " ~f - ::¿~ . August''28.-- Atlantic, schooner, fromSydney. August 30.-Pioneer,^ schooner, froto Brisbane. DEPARTURES. August 26 .--Monarch, schooner, for-Newcastle, -and Examiner, barque, for Sydney. . August 27.-Wallace and Bruce, Fearless, andi Lizzie Davie, spliooners, for Sydney. ... August 30.-Rob Roy,* Storm "Bang, Emma Jane, Margaret,"-Mary Peverly, Amphitiito, schooners,- and steamet" Platypus, for Sydney. Anthons, schooner, - for Adelaides V- . * . . : \

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

BIRTH. CURRIE. — At North Lismore, on the 28th instant, the wife of Mr. A. Currie, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

GentralvBiclimond River. Jockey Club^Aiiniial Races, :; \z #J AT LISMORE. ' OK irHTJBSDAY' AJTD FBIDAY, 12TH AÍD*13TH OCTOBER, 1876. R PBSSTDJUR^-MR. IiARKIN. r Ym^al^mpmL E: W/AIÜNGHAM,. Jin. W. WEBSTER, Sen., MB. J. MCLENNAN R. POGWELL, n|)*.*5 T~ EXTON, MB. X* WEBSTER. '..J TP^ASX7BCT-MI^;G: LARKIN. " STABTBB--MR? WEBSTER/* J un. jTn»B^MÎtCÊr^Er>ERieKS;r ;T ^ ; XJlXBE GOUESB-T-MR..-R..I)ALT. CLEBK^OJV-'TIIE ^AI^^MR. Gr. LARKIN. - FTBST RAGS. * . " " ÄS&i s^rt^atr 12 o'clock): ; MAIDEN PLATE of *15 sovereigns for all horsei .that never won an advertised prize ; weight ^íúfo^age?;^ and^a-half^]^ - "~ KaÎN^^E WALES STAKES* of- - sovereigns,« SL ¿for.all horses; {weight;fpr- age; distance, one* mile, finner to be sold immediately, after the .iaçeJôr'^10 ;, any surplus to go to the race fund. ""'^ THTJCT RACE. ."* 32ÍAD1ES'¿PURSE? of - sovereigns, for all {hone* " weigtít'for âgé ; distance, one mile. EÓTJBTH RACK. HACK» RACE, .of - sovereigns,, for_ all hacks ; ' ; * mile ...

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Wardell. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Wardell, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Wardell. - [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.j Wardell, August 21. ; WE have enjoyed delightful weather during the last fortnight, which has been taken -advantage of by the farmers in clearing their land from scrub, &c. Potato planting has also commenced, and vegetables are plentiful. The vessels are daily arriving and the river scenery is enlivened by their appearance, sometimes in threes and fours, gliding along to their respective destina tions. The Bar is no longer an impediment or obstruction to the navigation of the river, as 15 feet of water can now testify. Notwithstanding all the pros and cons in favour of the chimerical railway, it is satisfactory to perceive,, at least, that there are at present no lees than 30 vessels on the river-four or five of which are strangers. y When Mr. Yabsley's new steamer is launched and Mr. Mackenzie's passenger boat, in addition to the Platypus, the Richmondites will have no cause to complain of want of means in convey ance of their producé to...

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Massacre by Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

???^WMIM--f^-ÉE-^^M^ " .»...kV ^ ... .. ' Massacre by Indiana. 1 " WBITDTO respecting the above, . an Amanean pa^r|say3,-rTötiilwater (Montauja), July 2nd Taylor, scout for General- Gibbon,, got here last nightjdirect from Little Horn Myer. . General' Custer, found an Indian, camp of about* 20Ô0 lodges, on the Xittle Horn, and immediately attacfcëd the camp. Custer took five companies, and charged the thickest portion of tho corop; Nothing is known of the operations of this detachment only as they trace it by the dead. Major1 Beno commanded* the other .seven oom panics* and attacked- tho lower portion of the camp. The Indians pourod in a murderous fire from all directions. The greater portion of them fought on horseback. Custer, his two brothers, a nephew, and a brother-in-law were all killed, and not one of his detachment escaped. ' 207 men were buried in one place. There were 14 officers, 2 civilians, 2 doctors, and 260 soldiers killed. The Indians surrounded Keno's com mand añd h...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Local and General News. ; BBUNSWICX RIVER.-Our correspondent writes, on : August 28th.-"The Eva Maud, ketch," Bailed on the 23rd instant, with 26,000 feet cedar in log, and 50,000 feet sawn cedar. The Urania is loading off ': the Bar, sea smooth. MUBDEB BY AN ABOBIOINAL.-Intelligence has reached town, this week, that a blackfellow named Peter, had murdered a white man named Wilkinson. - lt appears that Wilkinson has selected at Wanga wathen Creek, on the Upper Cornera, Queensland, and employed tho black, to husk corn, and on the 31st July last, he gave him a bottle of nun. After Wilkinson had gone to bed, he was called out by Peter, wlicii an altercation took place respecting Wilkinson's wife, and Wilkinson was murdered with a tomahawk.. Peter and his mate Gillie Gillie Jack, I then /violated Mrs. Wilkinson, and carried her off to i^J^^aouutains. She has since been found, and Gillie Gillied ack arrèstèa^y îûe"Tôiic*e, ^0Üv^i^i&*áíík^ at large. - ; AcGiDE»T.-~We are informed ...

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Open-air Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 September 1876

Open-air Meeting* IN accordance with advertisement, an open-air : xaeeting was held at the corner of Woodlark andv Uiolesworth streets, at 4 o'clock? oh Saturday af ter^, - noon last, to take into consideration the advisability of securing .more Polico protection for .the township., of Lismore, and the suppression of Larrikinisni;:' ^ Mr, J. .BAILLIE having been called to. the'Chairé Tead the advertisement convening the meetmg^ añií-: etäted that on this occasion he could not feel jirou?î* ..of "being called to fill his present position ; bviír^'líte " had-a'public duty io peff ormviihere' ^fàiitïïî0piîi& it, as something must be^ done to put down the sad " «täte of things at present prevailing in this tOwh-. Only a few years since Lismore was as orderly\ p0o any place in the Colony ; but within the last few, :months4t had become no ted for rowdyism, and as it was a "disgrace to the community that such a state", of things shoidd prevail, the well-disposed and |sw-V abiding p...

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