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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 'Tho;Rev. -F. FRASER M.A., will (D.V.) preach . at CORAKI-At ll . o.m., on May 20th, and Woodburn, ut 3 p.m.,;.Wyrallah, . on May 27th,-at ll u.m:, and Gundurimba, at" 3 ?p.m. ; Duck Creole," on Juno 3rd, at 10 a.m. ' aud Lismore, 3 p.m. 1 .

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

1 : PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OP - EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Tlie Eov. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D.V.) proach at LISMORE-At ll n.m., on May 20tli, and Wyrallah, ut 3 ¡p.m. ; Casillo, on May 27th, at ll a.m., and .7 p.m. , Collection at Wyrallah for cleaning and lighting! '

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

"ilIIPPING NEWS. - I A'TUUVALS. ! -Stay ll-.-Vi-ñus, schooner, from Syiliiuy. j

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

PRUTTING. NOTICE. THE "NORTHERN STAR" is published nt LISMORE, in the RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT, everj' SATURDAY MORNING, and in despatched by tho first Mails to all parts nf the District and Colony. Tho Advertising Scale .will bo as follows : B. d. First inch (oight lines) and under .. 2 0 Every additional inch .1 0 Births, Marriages, and Deaths ..20 j A liberal allowance will be made for Standing Advertisements, but no lower rate will be accepted than ls. an inch. Tabular advertisements will bo charged double tho above rates. No advertisement will be booked to a non subsuriber for a lens charge than 2s. Gd. The number of insertions must bo written on the face of oaeh advertisement, otherwise they will be ?published until countermanded, and charged for .?accordingly; and no countermand will be valid uuloss given in writing. Orders to alter or withdraw advertisements must be sent in before 4 p.m., on WEDNESDAY, and new advertisements cannot be received latter than 4 p.m., on THURSDAY....

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Attitude of France and Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

Thc Attitude of Frunce and Germany. IT will be seen by oui* telegram from England, dated London, April 25, that in the course of a debate in the German Roichstng, Count Moltke said ho could not hope long for peace. He alluded to the French readiness for war and the unusually large masses of troops between Paris and tho German frontier. In our foreign intelligence, brought by the Baroda via Suez, telegraph od to us by our Adelaide correspondent, and published yester day, it is stated that tho attitude of Germany towards France is again regarded us threaten ing ; that tho refusal to taho part in the Paris [Exhibition has been followed by the oxpulsion of thousands of French subjects from Alsace. By way of San Francisco wo rccoived, on "Wednesday, telegraphic nows to a much later date than that by way of Suez. Ono of the items thus received, and dated Berlin, March 15, was to this effect :-" The ïloiohstng yesterday defeated by a majority of ten the Government's proposition to iricroas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

' Richmond "River Agricultural and Horticultural Society. i rnHü EXTIUES foi- th-,- COMING SHOW I fl. will CU)SE ¡il CASINO, on TOES DAY EVEXIX J, 22;,d .VI A Y next. Mr. J, L. VESPER lias kindly consented tn bring over LISMORE EXHIBITS, Free; Cuarh to l..".ve Lismore on WEDNESDAY next, 23r.l instant. ALEX. SIMPSOX, JEFFREY GRIME, Joint Secretaries. Caaino, 18th Maj-, 1877.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Northern Star. Lismore, May 19, 1877. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

o --^ o Lismore, 3VEay 19, 1877. Local ami Gunara! Xews. MEMO. -In consequence of a pressure of [advertisements, wo hold over a louder ou Agri cultural Schools. ^Pffij. S. S. " VICTORIA."-Thia fino new á£w irur>-just purchased in Sydney, by Mr. J>im»s Wobstvr, for the passenger and genera) cargo traillo of tho Richmond River, arrived in Lismore, lust week, al ter making a quick run from Sydney, and during tiio trial trip mado by bur on Munday lust, we lcarnod the following particulars : "Tho Victoria is a screw-boat built by Mr. Dunn, Sydney, fitted with direct acting 15-hniso power engines, mudo by Hilton, London. Her length is 75 feet by 14 feet boam, 5 feet 6 inches dejrth of hold, register 20 tons, licensed to carry 173 passengers, is lilted with spacious cabin, awnings, and evory convenience, steams 8 to 10 knots un hour with very Hfctlu vibration, and will, it is calculated, be ablu to moke tho trip to and from Lismore and Ballina in a day. On Monday lust, a trial trip w...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facetise and Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

Facetiae and Scraps. 'A fast friend-Tho telegraph. For a wedding song-tove knot. A great hard-ship--An iron steamer. The most thrillingtale known, is ttm of th« rattle's nake.- - . . . ^ . Thc teakettle is said .to bc the only singer which never gets a cold. The child who'criedfor an hour' didn't. get it. Cruelty to.: animals^-rThrowing physic to the dogs. " . The home circuit-Walking about wi:h a baby at night. When is a lover like à tailor ?-When he presses his suit. A miser's first. rule in arithmetic is addition, but hislieirs generally begin víth 'division/ '.. "t .'.. .' A wng'says that " machinery: wheels a?", generally sb modest that', they ', travel in cog.'' " .' ?. ... . j . Wanted by a strong.German. a Hituaffion I in kn eating house. ' llb understands the husmee* i ; ' ';'?.' ' What is tho difference between a tenant 'and the son of a widow?,.,.One has, to pay rents, arid the other has not hudparettti. . It is pleasant to. remember, that not an hour passos, in tho 'incr...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Prince Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

i Pri-áce Napoléon; '.=;-, ; Thr following description, .bf Prince íía-, pölcoh it taken" from Les ? dJrpit*;/ do l'Homme':-" The top of/tho hcád-'tíáld,* : singled lisro and there with a'coina »f stray ;:hairs i' the'tchiplca garnished' with -'bínele.' tufts' ghi'cd down iii-a str,tight,]irioi;; eye; 1 sunken-;- eagle-nosed ! large ntoi(th,; with; : thin lins ; prominent chin ; tho face puffed' out with yellow fat no/ beard *' haying -. thc-'air" of a restaurant waiter- separated, from his napkin. - ' Furthermore;- Iii»'-court* education hal left Jilin deplorable habits. He stund« in the tribune tts in front of Miss Cora Houri's wash-bowl... . And when one listens to. him and . analyzes. Jiis i«lo qui'UOii J Behojd hiiu putting his thumbs iii his irou8¿rs'.'po.vketst and beating 'with his' eight. ' outspread llifígértj dike a web'-, footed Cir.l.' ,1'B.it'a duck?'.,' "tfo-;. 'it'is;uv rabbit, beating a druin'with his two,paws' lié low'ers his video, one] , renders it inaiu dihle,';...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Political Boil. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

Tiie Political Boil. A .group of darkies wero discussing tho situation tho other day, . when ono ; re marked : -, "' . .. . ¿ -'il wish dat do whito fbkes 'lid git dis heall President bkness/ patched up sum. ; how. er Udder ! " ' . _ .;- . '.."What's de mattcii wid ybii now?", asked'Old Si.* ? Y.. , ..' " 'Kas'é work's slow ari' rhtmney is mighty, onsartip lung as dis noah tritbble lae' 1 ". ' .'""Jess-sb',':.sali, but tfnt'Il. all regulato. :hitsëlf oil dCfo'l: ob March riex' year! '! '.' "How yow git dat figgcrcd out dat' Way!."-» v.:'.--''- - ?'. ' ' ' ¡«KasC-cf do constcrtUslierltim and db law^whar pfervides dat do Présidant nuls' fiop inter dat Cheer on dat dayl " said Old' Si, v : ?? - ?? ... -'? ??? . ? .' ? ''Ob koarsej but who's1 gwinc to : warm dat cheer den-dat'B do pinj in db ease?" ~" Lookie hcah, niggers, dis {nibble's jess like onto a bile on a mau," ??.:?.'' : "Well, den?" "Tile bile. is hurtin''ppw'ful bad, and doro's two doctors-dimpcrat and 'publican : -hold ob bo...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Wit in Court. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

Wit in Court. ? Keon and' cutting 'wordB, or even trifling" incivilities, indulged in at the expense'' of counsel j havo sometimes met with swift retribution, # ' ?-" Plunkett was once engaged in a case, when, towards the end of tho'afternoon, it became a question whether tho Court should' proceed or 'adjourn lill tho next day/ Plunkett expressed his willingness to gb'on if tho.jüry'would "sob" "?Sit. sir, sit,"'said tho presiding judge; " not ' <w»t ]' hens set;" "I thank you, my lord," said Plunk-et. Tlie case proebeded, 'mid presently tho judge had occasion to observe that if that were tho Case tho action would not " lay." , "? Lib, my lord, liu," exclaimed tho bar Iristcr, '. not lay ; hens lay." " If you don't stop your coughing, ' sir," said a testy and irritable judge, " 1 11 -tino you a hundred pounds." '. .'. * " I'll give your lordship two hundred if you can. stop it for me."' was tho ready reply. -" ! * Curtan was' once addressing: a jUryi 'when thc) judge, who...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Vivian Grey, Lord Beaconsfield. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

i Vivian Cxïèiyv Lord j ? \\\.'Beaconsfield.:; : . Í '-Laying c\ovm the' novel, ilnd 'regarding /.Vivian Grey iifl iio appcat-éd'in'-- actual 'llt't lrfore than fifty-yeiiiy * «go, wo'1 [ shall, fine !. fact' scarcely ' lc6s":'rnóviüg- than "fiction Tlib spa bf a faan ' 'whose view bf tho' uni . verso' was "bounded by tho: walls' of ' h's . library^ and who asked "''for nbthingbettei thou'that hó'shoülil'.be left'aloao - with' hi« ' books,-/Benjamin /Disraeli1 was , b'riginallj ' destinod for tlib'dáwV' : Hé;' -was' placiiil4 in th'o'-'oßicö 'of '¡'a finii'' bf' attorneys in'''Ole ¡'Jowrbjy'bHt not 'appeared' to hayc' stayocl ''tI(ere|'lonç/'m>l''was sbbuiicaid bf in' thc litbraiy 'worltlr : In 1826 tho author beinf .. tlion in' Iris'' ' tvvà/hty-first;' yeiir, tito H first vôlume bï ;'',yiyiaii Groy ' .'appburcd am! croiited;a''gfda'tseri8atibiti/ .Tho/subjectiVc character of the work was ut ouco reeog iiisc'd, and -'the futuro 'Premier wasas; Voil . known fifty years ago. by th...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A San Francisco Opium Den. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

¡A. San Francisco Opium Den. I . Describing* .tho," Chinamen and ,'thoh*, haunts' iñ'-'Sa>tt-yrji't»<jÍ8co. tho- Bulletin.'.of. i tliat'óity' gives tho. following' account pf I one ,of their, opium .dena, and tho method bf '.spoking tho driígA first-class opium tien iaI fitted with u table about eight feet Iqrig.undifiyo feet \y,id.îV aud about two anil Uihalf.vtbct' .higl't.l.Tl.da.is covored wiili máttii'ig'aBd finé mats uro placed' on 'this. . In. tho.çoutro .of-,th.o. table js a tray contain-' jiig opium,,ôp^iiCpl^ shapíjd láihp,' w.liich¡"has .'a small flariio.' The, "opium"..pipo /is', mrida,pf. a.'piacb of mahogany of ebony Wood; Thu,.stein .is ilbout three-quarters, of an ¡heh in diameter and ',about''twb; foot;' iii length'.'*, A; Hole about h'ál£* añ'.-inch ¡ri. diainetor runs the', whole length, pf,,'thb. 'stein. ; About/ six inchos. from' ilia: cud('p'f .tho. stenx.-isJhc bo wl of tho pips;/ It ¿S mada of a.pcculiur kind - bf. sand, and, clay/ iii China, ' ...

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The Storyteller. THE NEMESIS OF CRIME. CHAPTER X. THE SKIMFIN MINISTRY MEET THEIR FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

THE NEMESIS ÖF CRIME. BY YOUNO AUSTRALIA CHAPTER X. THE 6KIMFÍN MINISTRY MEET THEIR FATE. While Mr. Frank Lester was attempting to revive" Iiis-ol il flame, and . indulging in sweet droams of the future, Hugh Cumming was engaged in Parliament watching tho debate, and .taking measures for tho'defeat Of the Skimfiii Ministry.- At such .rf crisis cha labor bf tho leader of tho Opposition was about as heavy as that of the Primo Ministor, for it behoved him to keep his forces woU in' baud, sud to seo that no higher bid wiled away their more unstable folio wera,- . Hugh had to koop walch and ward over several of these gentlemen, who wore popping tip oni each side oï tho house without any rhyme or'reason, . Str'atïge to sayl;however, in ono ho was thoroughly ; docoivod. Mr. O'Pug had lod everyone to believe that hu was an out and out opposi tionist Soho was until tho Chief Secre tary had brought forward sc powerful on argument; and "persuaded", him that i£ tho ,"old man", could not got int...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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CHAPTER XII. A FASHIONABLE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

. CHAPTER XII. A FABIttONAIIÎ/K TARTY. . There was a large and fashionable attendance at the party given by. tho Honorable Augustus Alfred 'do Lolmo Montague Mont St. Gen-ais at his resi donco at Toorak, thc night after tho groat division. _ The Hon. &c, &c.,' (so his face tious friends .called, him) was ii great man at party'giving. It was all that ho could do. He was a member , of. tho' Upper House, owner of alargo nurnbos of stations and proprietor of . innûmerablo' sbarea in banking and other companies, , and also owner of a Dundroary crop of whiskers, an afïocted stammer and a "fashionable " wifo. .Party-giving was' the "passion of their lives/,,. Fashionable society, inoy bo said to bo merely in'ita mc'eptiv'o'stago in Mushroom City, but-the Hon. &c., ¿cc., justly looked Upon himself us the.inceptor. Being himself a high Church of England man,- and related to a ' great English family, tho ; foref athers of .Which carno over' with " \yilliam' the Conquer...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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CHAPTER XI. DETECTIVE SCAMUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

. . CHAPTER XI. . DETECTIVE 8CAMUNK. TW detectivo, force of tho colony of Aurífera'claims to bs one of the best in tho 'world. ' It is true indeed that tho common ' police ferrets out moro crime than the higher paid detectives,' but what of that ?_ They aro jackals to hunt for theso lions who appropriate all tho praise «nd rowaid for themselves;: Amongst tho whole detective forco' there was no man moro successful than. Defectivo. Scamuuk. According to thë newspapers,- ho was an ablo and intelligent officer! &o., &c, who did his'duty.- ' In reality; Detective Sea» munk throve by arts winch had hotter' not , be i'xpösud, ÏIc was tt mani bf pleasure, who had the riin of nil tho amusements, of any kind, in tho city.- Ile joined in the gamblors' ringy arid waa pei nutted to win, becauso if ho lost tho gamblers know he would hunt thom dowtí. Ho did business with tho bookmakers, but if he. lost ho never paid, and tho "ring" said '.Oh l wo will never mention it.", lío'had hi...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sleigh-Belle. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 19 May 1877

À Sleigk-BeUö, ' .iM.i-*>- -' - .V- ' '" Harold Brown's sleigh dashed laerrily up to Harold Brown's door, .and at that moment'(she was tho soul of punctuality) oui 'came Harald Brown's only sister-'a little woman wrapped in shawls and /veils ànd.worsted things, from head to foot.. J. Coiné along, sis," he shouts ;' and then, without waiting for hef to. " come alongé" he jumps'frord the sleigh, reaches' the", top of tho stoop in three ' strides-he's a ,'táll, broâd-shouldered, dark-skinned, bluo-eyed young .fellow-^atches.her'.ííp'.iii his arms a's though she were only a bundle,'; and in the, twinkling/ .of an oyo- she is snugly stowed away among tho buffalo-robes. ' Crick goes, the whip.; }' G'lang, Ned 1" Cries Harold,, " Ned. tosses his head and paws ,tho ground an instorit- to sot the nleigh-bells ringing properly, and off , they . KO: : . '? ?';?;.. ?..'.'/.' I ... "Are you warm ?,".asks Harold, of ,' the bundle at his Hide.- . '.;'. ;,'';~y'\:r,". ' ~ ". Almost smothered,''....

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Mail News. [BY CABLE.—'S. M. HERALD']. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

I Mail Nows. [BY CABLE.-'S. M. HERALD']. The war news only dates to the crossing of the Pru th by the Russians. Austria will occupy Besnia, if Servia is disturbed. 90,000 Austrians are prepared for mobili- zation. 10,000 Turks proceeded from Widden to defend the Danube, between Silistria and Ismail. The Turkish troops are in good spirits, but suffer from dysentery. The Porte has made a demand on Servia to prevent the passage of Russian troops. Tho Sultan sent a requisition to the Khe- dive for troops. A fire, which originated in the Creek quarter, Stamboul, destroyed 500 houses. 1200 mounted Cossacks passed near Buc- harest, on their way to Kalafat. Count Von Moltke, in the German Parlia- ment, stated that France was far ahead of Germany in her preparations for war. The German conscripts are ordered home. The Czar will not be present during the campaign. The Turks have destroyed the Russian Consulate in Greece. _ To prevent misunderstandings about Bag- dad, the Persian army on the f...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Cost of Government in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Thc Cost of Government in Canada. How is it (exclaims an American journal) that less than 4,000,000 of people on one side of tho St. Lawrence should require for their ordinary expenses of government 23,500,000 dollars a year, when the 4¿ millions on tho other side of tho river require lesa than half as much V The difference is the more astonishing from the fact that the four and a half millions of Now York are immeasurably bet or provided with roads, canals, free ¡¿ohi>"lá and free c^urch^s than thoso on the north side of the river. It may be urged that the Canadians have a sort of independent sovereignty to maintain. But that amounts to nothing at all : for the British Government pays every charge for anny, navy, and othor attributes of sovereignty. The Dominion has only its militia organization to support, und that is inferior both in numbers and organization to th» like establishment in tho American State. We must conclude, after mature reflection, that tho main cause of the e...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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German Watchfulness of France. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

German Watchfulness of France. THE following ' Parisian story lias created a good de«vl of amusement in military circles ; -General Briatmont, one of the cleverest and liest educated officers in the Belgian army is writing a work under the title " La Defense des Etats et des Camps Retranches." To complete the material necessary his purpose, the General requested the French Minister of War to allow him an inspection of the plans of the fortifications of Paris, but was told that his wish could not be granted, as these plans were secret State documents. What doe3 General Briatmont do? He addresses himself to the German Minister of War, and gets not only the plans of the fortifications of Paris, but of all other fortified places in France, which are of any use to him in his literary labours. The most amusing thing of all, is that the General not only got the plans of tho existing fortifications, but even specifications of projected works, which were till now kept, as profound secrets in...

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