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Woodburn. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDNET.) May 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Woodburn. (FROM O UK COnRESTOTOEST.) May 21st. MY long silence you must attribute to not having anything of importance to communi- cate, except the weather, which yoar readers know for themselves, has been extremely fine. All the old residents agree- that never was such a season as the present, known on the Richmond, the evenings and mornings aro a trifle cold, but up to date, IM» frost of any consequence has taken place. The can» is looking splendidly-the owners off which, are busy trashing same, and yon may be sure looking anxiously forward for time when the cane will be crushed ; others are actively engaged in ploughing and getting; land into order for the next cane planting. Since I om on the subject of cane our neighbours at Swan Bay, (Elbow), bdd a public meeting on the 12th ultimo, to see what number of acre3 the farmers in that locality were willing to plant, as it is tho intention I believe, of the Colonial Sugar Company to erect a large mill in thia district should suffici...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Latest Thing in Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

The Latest Thing In Fashions. Oys of tho most curious eccentricities ever devised has not come in vogue here. I allude to the " eelskin " dress, now the great rage Doth in London and Paris. In the wildest Jays of the tie-hack or pin-b«ck mania, there never was seen, such a tightness in the matter of skirt as now prevails. Whether the . paucity of folds in the pin-back in its fronter part, in the enormous exuberance of the pannier or hustle, tho balance was struck. But now, not only is tho bustle a thing of horror, but even the necessary underclothing is considered de trop. To lengthen the waist far beyond its natural proportions, a stiff webbing of elastic is fastened to the stays to the depth of half a foot ; and to this, at . first, narrow skirts were buttoned. But even this is now abandoned for Tanother, scheme to acquire slenderness. Mi's. Swiss helm's much ridiculed chemiloon is in demand, and garments made in this way are sold at the furnishing shops, and patterns of it pass e...

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Renewal of Turkish Atrocities. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Renewal of Turkish Atrocities. IlAoosA, March 26th:-Some of the peasants who, to escape massacre, took refuge in Austrian territory,, have- returned to their homes. On Monday 500 Bashi-Bazouks fell * upon the village of Otohievo, -where the ( roturned. 'refugees ? were :. rebuilding their dwellings, and burned.-. the partly restored houses and murdered- 10 .of r the refugees, perpetrating nameless hon-ors upon their victims. Others fled across the frontier at Gltvm:>ik. T <n-o another '>-iUs\wv occurred. . A Greek of -tbe orthodo": ChurrY bad cele- brated his marriage with ii guest of the same faith. The bridal procession was stopped by tbe Turks, who cut down and beheaded four of the guests and exposed the heads on a pole. The bride died from outrages inflicted. London, March 26th.-The Belgrade correspondent of the 'Times' says,-In 3osuia the Turkish redifs are all nnder arms, and the national militia are being armed and drilled. A special commission has been appoi...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

...-ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. *': Tho Rev."P. SCHURR, will (D.V.) say, MASS ... .at- ." . ' ; ÜSMOPvE^-On May 20th; Coraki, on May 27th, whore there will bo a solemn opening of the new Cathoiio Church, (seo advertise 'p;.;/ /..-nient). . ' r*"""*^BBi^BiMIMBI

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

DEATHS. DALY. — On the 2nd May, at his Mother's residence, Lismore, Patrick, eldest Son of the late John Daly, of Jamberoo, aged 24 years.             TUCKEY. — At Lismore, on the 23rd May, Caroline, wife of John Tuckey, aged 53 years.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

DIEBO TORY. . AUCTIONEERS.-A. J. Simpson, RJ G. Bálinor, K. Burgess, and A. McCracken,'Casino;1 Gi 0. Britt, Lismore ; J. Perry, Alstonville; J. Irwin,1 Gundurimba; W. Gollan, Woodburn. , , .'. BANKS - COMMERCIAL - Manager-W:,'H.' Drake, Casino ; Docker, Lismore. ' " '.'"j CASINO SCHOOL OP ARTS.-Officers-Prosi .fient.: IV. C. Bundock, Esq. ; Vice-presidents: . Messrs. J. Grime and R. Barling;. Secretary: Mr. H. lt. James; Treasurer, Mr. A. J; Simp-, sou; Custodian: Master-'I. Askew. . Open,1 for, the present, ou Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday evenings fl'om.7 to 0-3O p.m. , CHEMISTS.-J.' Stocks,' Caniaba; W- E. Reed,: and J. P. F. Wulker, ' Lismore, --tu ! ; ? . ," CLERGY.-Church of England-Honry Porter, B.A., and H. F. Nowton ; Roman Catholic-F. Suhiirr and M. Shea; Presbyterian ' Freo Church - Hugh Livingston ; Presbyterian Churoh-F. Frazor ; Wesleyan-Wm.' Glasson./ COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS.-TL* S.' Elliott, Lismoro ; M. M. Campbell, and H. L.' James,Casino; W.Wilson, Gundurimb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

"7 . . uuut» luiuDU, lUDUUUg. , . .. ¿AU,ú" New Yearly Premiums on same .;. _ 8,(. Total Annual Premium Income, over ' " 2ö,0> Invested Funds; âOth Juno, 1876 .. 43,0t . Ditto, 31st January, 1877. . o7,0<, Tho FIRST OFFICE IN THESE COLONIÏ , to FREE LIFE ASSURANCE from harasaiij '' restrictions.; ¡ I* AGENT AT. WARDELL- . ! ERNEST CARTER, I From whom all Information can bo. obtained. j Important Sale of Stock and Household Furniture. SATURDAY, 9TH JUNE. GO. BRITT is instructed by Mr. JAMES . WEBSTER, to Sell by Publio Auction, at WEBSTER'S YARDS, South Lismnro, on SATURDAY, June the 9th, a Very CHOICE LOT of CATTLE, HORSES, Etc., comprising, inter alia : Welsh Entire Pony, /BLANKET, Maro, BARMAID, in foal to Quinton, two Mares in foal to/Quintori, five in foal to Blanket, together with five other Maros and Uorscft, and about- 25 head of Milch Cows, Heifers, and Steers, of t. »I Good Breeds, one Hereford Bull. Also, S a Good Assortment of Household Fur h y nituro, consi...

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The Treatment of Typhoid Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

The Treatment of Typhoid Fever. A CONTROVERSY is being carried on through tlie columns of the Melbourne ' Argus ' regarding the treatment of typhoid fever, and one of the correspondents, who signs himself " B. N. L., M.B.," gives full details as to the methods which he conceives should be adopted for the alleviation and preservation of the sufferer. He writes as follows :-" It is not altogether safe to give general medical advice for the treatment of any disease, for medical science is daily showing us that we must ' treat the patient, not the disease,' for that différent constitutions require vastly different trcatmenc And as a rule it is unsafe to prescribo without seeing your patient. But the .circumstances of the first death I have -, .".^V0 vear from typhoid fever move me at least to warn l^t^ a{rslimb what they should not do. This year I haveseen »ui,.^.»._.i for over fifty cases of typhoid fever, twenty seven of which I have had continually under my own personal supervision, ...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

TITS! DB TABLE ; OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP MAILS AT POST. OFFICE, LISMOEE. AnnrvALS EIIOM- . Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-MON- DAY, 1'30 p.m. - ' ' ' ' ? Casino-WEDNESDAY and, SATURDAY, 10 a.m. Kynnmboon-TUESDAY, 10 a. m. ., Tirranio-SATURDAY, ll "30 a. m. . ' Wyrallah, ? "Woodburn, ! Gundiirimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, H aim. . ? . i ; DEPARTURES FOR-' ., Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina,-SATUR- DAY, 10 "30 alni. ' . Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. Kynnmboon-FRIDAY,. 1 p.m. Tirrania-SATURDAY, 12 noon, , "; '. Wyrallah', Woodburn,'' Gundurimba'' and i Iluka-TUESDAY md SATURDAY, 1 p.m.

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THE WAR. LONDON MAY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

THE "WAR. LOKDON MAY 17. The heart-quarters of the Hussion army have been transferred to Ployesti. - Tile accounts respecting the repulse of the Russian troops at Batoum have been substan- tially confirmed. Russia* despatches state that Turkish ironclads bombarded Sukum Kaleb, a port and town on the east coast of the Black Sea ; and that a desperate battle was fought on land, und many were killed and wounded. . ? . May 19. ? .. The reports' respecting the Russian troops having crossed the Danube' and entered the # Dobrudscha territory have not yet ' been con . firmed. ' '? Turkish despatches state that the Circas- sians have revolted, and that the Turks have captured Sukum Kaleb. The Russian fleet has left America ander - sealed orders. -?; ? . .. MAY 23. . The Russians have captured Ardahern, . in the Taench Caucasus. : The Roumanian '. Chamber of Deputies have resolved to declare war against Turkey, and will seek to secure Roumanian Indepen- dence. . ', ; . . Tho British Mediterra...

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The Dead Alive. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Til« »cad Alive. THERE has been some scandal in the City of Virginia in Nevada, owing to the conduct of a young gentleman who lately left Iiis father's house, ' having exhausted his credit in the place, and who telegraphed the other day to his parent :-' Your son Walter was killed in the Consolidated, Virginia, tin* morning by a falling cage; what shall we do with the. remains V In reply, a telegraphicorder was sent for 150dols, with thorequest, 'Bury thom.' The young gentleman pocketed 'the mouoy and had an 'elaborate spree.' When in a condition for writing, he sent to bia father tho ' following note :-'I have just learned that an infamous scoundrel named Barker sent you a fictitious account of my death and swindled you out of ISOdols. He also borrowed ' 85' dois from me and left tho country. I -write ' to inform you that I am yet alive, and long to seo tho old parental roof again. ""I'atrï in "somewhat reduced circum- stances, the accumulation of the last five years having been lo...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. F- FRASER M.A., will (D.V.) preach .. - nt CORAKI-At ll a.m., on May 20th, and Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, on May .- ' '27th,!at lt' a.m., and'Gundurimba, at 3 ? , p.m. : Duck Creek, on June 3rd, at 10 a.m. v . . . and Lismore, 3 p.m.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRLAIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF '? ? -?? ?? < : ' : '- - EASTERN- AUSTRALIA. ! Tho Rev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D.V.) preach at LISMORE-Afc ll a.m., on May 20th, and Wyrallah, at 3 p.m. ; Casino, on May 27th, at ll a.tn., and 7 p.m. . ; ' . Collection at Wyrallah for cleaning and lighting. . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

z PRINTING. ". :': ' ," : N" o TIC :EC:\' \:" : 'IL'R TTVBB ". NORTHERN OTAR" *ÏB pubBsued at J- LISMORE, in the HICHMOND . RIVER DISTRICT, every. SATURDAY . MORNING, ' and is* despatched hythe flrat ..Mails .to: all: parts, of ¡the:tDistrict oed. Colony. , Thc Advertising Scale 3will ba .as follows :- . ... ,, j : r '.]'?"'., "? !??? '...ic ..?:,' ,,,,, S. cL .Pirst inch (eight lines).and,under .V í' 0 ,? '' . Every additional Incli " .. .' ..'-1 O' *J ! . Births; MarriageBj and Deaths i.'M. .V.2 0 . .; "A liberal1 allowance will be jmado'ïôr Standing ^Advertisements, bat uo lower rate will be;accepted; .,than lB. an:inch..;,iu; ^ . , .'¿-Tabular advertisements!; will bo.charged double the above ratps. ;"rt , ,,v ¿ ,.. j r. ¡Noi advertisement,-., will <;be. ;jhooked ..to., a. non-! subscriber for.ajóss«bargo.than 2s. Od. '\ j ;; .Tlio ¡number oí insertions, must.be. written on the .lace of each advertisement, otherwise "they will' be: ^publishes úiítü, "countermanded; "a...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

LATEST TELEGRAMS. {Frtm tte Australian AuoeiaUd PresB.) - SYDNEY MAY 25. The Soez^Maïl arrived at Adelaide yesterday : and brings news that Messre. Frinzland Sons, Bristol, the largest Sugar Refinery in the World, has failed for half-a-million. There has been several Railway accidents during the month, and many . persons killed. , The Queen's Theatre, Edinburgh, has been destroyed by fire, but no lives were lost. Twenty thousand men are working night and day at the Paris Exhibition buildings. Advices from Waislew, g Kreiff, and Moscow, give deplorable accounts of the internal condition of Russia,-and it is alleged that the Czar waa driven . to the. alternative cf a Foreign War or a revolution at home. Ia the Legislative Assembly, on Wednes- day,7 Mr. Coombs moved an amendment, in favor of placing a sum of money upon the Estimates to maintain three Companies of . r Infantry. After a lengthy discussion, the ?-' amendment -was withdrawn. The item, Charitable Allowances, was passed unal...

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Rahter Starling. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Is Sew" York1- (obseiyes tb*e '.'Pall'' Mall Gaüttté") the number of doutt bodies found in 'the water surrounding that, city is beginning to cause sx)me/uneasincss. The records of the 'Board of /Health show.- that during'! 875 173 bodies o¿ unknown persons were *foùnd at the foot/of the city's piers.' ;In addition 9 persons w/ére recorded as having Committed suicide by drowning, fah'd inquests were-iield in King's/ Queen's¿ -arid '"Richmond counties on 67 bodies of unknown persons during -the , same peridd. : Eighteen cases were also recorded as suicides in the coroners' offices of these counties, making a total of 267 persons drowned during 1875 in. the rivers, . of whom 240 were unidentified, and were buried as unknown drowned." During the nine months beginning -with January 1 and ending with October 1, 1876, there was an. increase over the previous reeord, showing in New York the recovery 'of 163 bodies of unknown drowned persons, and 7 cases of suicide by, drowning. In the other...

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Too Bad. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

.d.i.":...Too/Bad.' ' ... . ?'fri;C'"(!a ,:'-¿íw iiÍí&i'TSewB Letter' i relates ah' XHE JgiÇûo'i^'ent -concerning an áctor -who is . . ,'"ííw^í'5knoTró^>tój âJl playgoers in (.Australia. - 'Mr.1 Henry Edwards,-! Ahe -gentleman jreferred . tto;C is i an, J enthusiastic «. reniqmolpgisi, and therefore, writes our authority, " his tortures,, may 'bé conceived-'when ¿i is stated ithat at a'" ^; recent.-.performance : of Julius] jCaasar j! \hef v.iisa.w. abeautifulspecimen of a very mro.'beetlcj ^'flying-round- the' stage inperfect . freodom| c' " and -rip ''piir .through' it. The . au dience' cou 1(| ."""not'make¿ht why Cosar kept loólcing^ábbul .' ;as*¿'if-!liiis''neck Was coming'off/ and werll ¿fysomewh'át surprised' to'hear ,'bim say to] _ J ,-Aiít'oáy, : ^Forget riot iii your Speed, Antonius ^ifö'oaüh. i^t.méíploiitbian-:-^!, nm, to touch« .riCalph^rnia,',.and they were, more;puzzled top , /observe.a huge butterfly net making frantic. . -'..sweeps-a't'Something-in: the.wi...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

Local and General ISevrs. MEMO.-In consequence of the holiday, severn] mutters will have to stan<? over until next issue. TUE CASINO EXHIBITION.-The above carno off on Thursday, and was very successful, while tho weather was all that could be desired. Dining the aftnrnonn, thero must hava been nearly 600 people on tho ground. The show of Horses was very large, the Cattle goo l, and all the other departments veiy f.iirly filled. We are sorry that the Late hour at which our report <if the Show cami* to hnnd on this day (Friday) precludes our ¡riving u fuller report in tins ÍSSUH, but wo will endeavour to do it lull justice next week. THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.-A g.>odly number nf our townspeople visited the Casino Show o"1. the above dav, while others betook themselves down to Ballina, by the steamer "Victoria. A Cricket Match was played betwuen the Wyrallah and Lismore Public Schools, resulting the Blankets to tho blacks took place in th 3 morning. NEW FRUITS.-We ...

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Original Poetry. FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER. Fifteen years-after. I met her again. In the'haants of: fair Beauty and Fashion, "We were wiser," and I had, like most other men, Completely got over my passion1; You'd think so, dear reader! of course, so did I, And assumed quito a nonchalant manner, Calm , haughty defiance gleamed cold from my . ..eye. And " who cares" was inscribed on my banner. " Ah ! grimly 1 nïù'tterod, the world is the school Poor dreaming'romaneos to waken, In its training, the hottest of hearts become cool, , , Wisest heads learn they once were mistaken. The lady had married-had two pretty girls ; And, now was a widow, lamenting J _ ?The loss of her sponso, (in ravishing curls), * ." ; And 'doubtless harsh lectures repenting ; Fifteen years after I'd meet her, I know, As though I had not left her weeping, , , 'She was seventeen then, she was how thirty "two, And my heart had grown" harder from keeping. -A bachelor still, I was it is true,- , Ä cynical, hard-héartéd sumes, . .. Who long ...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, May 26, 1877. AGRICULTURAL SHCOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 26 May 1877

3% itariïjent ^tiit Lismore, May 28, 1S77. AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS. XHE present is generally acunow ledged to be the age of teaching, aa, from all the " pligies" man and womankind now run the gamut down to the humble, long neglected, but valuable artR of cooking and house-keeping,-the latter being taught with great success in several public institutions in England and a portion of the Colonies, to the great .advantage of all classes. It is gen- erally conceded that a knowledge of the higher branches of education can only be acquired by practice and hard study, while many of the prac- tical utilities of everydaj'' life are ?picked up by chance, or come by inspiration; and from this has no doubt arisen the gastronomical joke that Providence sends meat, and the gentleman in black, the rooks. Looking upon the wonderful effect good cooking, and housekeeping, has upon the minds, hearts, and pockets of all classes of society, the establishment of these Cooking and Training. Schools, trivial a...

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