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THE WAR. LONDON, MAY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

THE WAR. The Russian army'in Turkey in Asia ho Vcommecaed , active, operations, and >a Itu '."division of troops are now «a rapid mureil Erzerum, a fortified town a'ahert distal ron:the south west of Kars. The vangus .«of the/ army, are already at Olti, while't left wingare advancing on Diarbokiv, soul .'?west of Erzerum. " The centre of the ari ZhAve again advanced to the attack of Ka ' and 'aro now engaged bombarding t ..city. . , . "'" " :- - '"' :- ?'. MAY 29. It is-.reported that the Turks have : ?captured: Ardahan, after a fierce a 'obstinate resistance. t:The: heavy''floods in tho Danube a . -impeding all Military operations. ' The Greek Ministry has resigned. :<'.?.??. : '; 'MAY 30.. The Russian Ambassadors . at Berli .'^Vienna, ' and 'London, have ,- gone to £ Petersburg. The ' German - -Squadron has' .gone to tl ^.Levantr^'_ Prince Gortechakoff'"'accompanying tl iCzar to Ploycsti,'-'has l given rise to mar >rümours. A semi official organ at Berlin lays str...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.> Tho Rev. F. FRASER M.A., will.ÇD.V,) preach at CORAKI-At ll o.m., on May 20th, and Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, on May 27th, at ll a.m., and 'Gundurimba,' at 3 p.m. ; Duck Greek, on June 3rd, at 10 a.m. and Lismure, 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

" < PRINTING. NOTIC E. THE .! NORTHERN STAR" ia published at LISMORE, in the RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT, every SATURDAY MORNING, and ia despatched by the" first Mails to all parts bf tho District and Colony. The Advertising Scale .Kill be aa follows : '?" t'.;: '?- ,:, "'. d: First inch,(eight lines} and'nnder .., 2 O ' Every additional inch ' ...' .. .. 1 . 0 . Births, Marriages, and Deaths '.'.," 2 0 i A liberal allowance will bp made for Standing Advertisements, 'but no lower rate will"bo accepted than .ls. an in'oh." . ' ' , ~" : ' - Tabular- advertisements, will oe charged * double the above rates. , y ' , ? - No advertisement. will be booked to , a non euhscriber for a less charge than 2s. 6d. The number of insertions must be written on the ?face of each advertisement, otherwise they, will, ba published until countermanded, and chuged for accordingly ; and no countermand will be valid unless given in writing. Orders to altor or withdraw advertisements must be sent in b...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Crooked Caleb. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

¡Crooked Caleb. - - J-i ----.. ô '.'Tiff Iiis younger dnys Caleb Crook wns tall, upright ruiiu, with n ruddy Tuce, o ritigin laugh anti a niorry twinkle iu iiiá-cye. Tlios win» knew Him best-predicted for 111111**0" liri1 liant career. They said that Caleb wu destined to make Iii« mark in tito world, tho he would become rich and famous, and tl» propitious Futo would smile upon lom throng alî his HIV.1. These predictions were made i ia kindly spirit, and the fact that they did nc _pr.ove_-truo..-was -lio- fault- of-Onleb'se'irl Irinuds. It was not to bu expected that the could foresee tho mnuy misfortunes "wine! were destined to fall to Die lot of the youri, mun whose future seemed so full of pröniisi Nobodyjof course, could tell beforehand thu by at» unlucky circumstance he was to mee with on injury of tho spine.which left bli deformed for life. Neither coulil nnybod hovo told how tho. woman whom lib loved wu to clio on the very dny when she was to hui become Clich's wife; nor how h...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Ballina. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT), May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

> Ballina. ' ' ' ' '. 1(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). ;- " May 28th. ' '-" QUEEN'S'^BinïHDAY 7 has come, and -gone, of which interesting fact, we Ballinaites . being , loyal..subjects- took due note. The death ¿fia' highly rèspeotëd ] residën't-^Mre. ''Edmund Ross-cast rather a gloom over:the community, putting a-stop to any projected .sports our young' people may have had oh '* 'hanarî''Thïi;ônty': event .of- -the. -dayy, or per», 'haps''! should, say evening, was the arrival of : the ,river? steamer "Victoria", with a considerable number of .up river folks; who I daresay, wore anxious for a . sniff of the sea air, where they all found accommodation . I. do. not ? know. ,In afew.yeai-s time, when 8ugar_plañting and other industries haye resulted ¡in t> numerous class ol]" well-to-do " : ... people -, on our river, Ballina, Avili then be " theil - natural 'summer' resort. C AsXyet ! our township is but in a chrysalis state, so much so, ns to make the advent of' fifty'or sixty holid...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A SINGULAR VISITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

A SINGULAR VISITATION. Tho London papers' tell n story bnsod,on the ilcnth ol'¿Ir.Georgi! Smith, tho Assyrio logist, wh ¡uh'-borders on tho supernatural. It is ns follows :-" Mr Smith died nt Aleppo on the lDih ol' August, nt or about tho hour of I, six iii the evening. On the same day, between three-quarters ot ¡lin hour nod nu hour Inter, n friend nod follow of Mr Smith-DrDelitzch w is going to tho' house ol' n third person, the' .Author bf tho account of tho labors of tho do parted scholar which appeared in tho Academy. Insthe course of his walk Ur Duiitxch pussud within a stone's throw ol' thc bouso iii which Mr^niith lived when in London, and suddenly heaixWiiiTowii name uttered aloud in n most piercing cry which thrilled him lo tho marrow. Tho fact impressed him so strongly thnt he looked nt his watch mid noted tho hour. Dr, ' Delilzch, "'ho strongly disavows nny 'imper-' stitièiis leanings, was ashamed to mention the, circunistance ta his friend on ranching that gentleman's h...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A BENNETT REMINISECNCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

A BENNETT REMIttlSEONOE. Tlio nnnouimeroont of tho Intended mar vin^o of tho flint . Jumos Gonion ßenne'it, oiiilor. nuil proprietor of tho New York Herald, appeared in tho 'lending column of thnt jottrnnl on tho 1st of Juno, 1810, under this cnplinu : ? To IBE Ulî.VIlEHS Ol' THU "IltîUAlOJ''-BB .ct.Ait.mox ot' LOYK-CAUOUT AT LAST -UQOIXII TO un SIAIUUBO-Nuw JIOVUMENT IN CIVILIZATION. I nra goinç to ho married in a low dnys. Tho weather is'so beautiful, times nra getting so goqd, th» prospects of political mid morai reform so auspicious, that I cannot resist the divine instinct of honest nntnre nny lanycr; so T nih going to bomnrriedto ono of the most splendid women in in,vuUoot, In henrt, in soul, in property, i» person, in mnnncr thnt I have yet «eon in. tho oourao of my interesting pil grimage through htimnn life, ., , ; j . * - I cnmiotslop io iny'oawer. I must | , fulfill thnt nwrnl dpaUny'whioh tho Almighty Fnthtir \\r\% wv'ttton ngninst my name, in tho htwd leiters bfllfc ngn...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Doctor Gibbons on the Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

? j Doctor Gibbons on tne Weather. ? V Dr. Gibbons mádc a vcrtial communi cation an certain mcttcorogîcal phenome na, which possess interest nt this time. Hexralled the attention of tlie Academy to the Unusual crmracter of the zodiacal Jigl].t,.during jibe.past-few,-weeks.; Tltis observable for an hour or two after night fall- -a -faint^colurhn of light Usually¿it_ is-noticáble-m'"Spring.-"Humból Prefers" t to it ns conspicuous ..in dry regions of South "America,'particularly .the, high, plains of the Andes, und associated^ with a dry condition of the atmosphere. This . muy explnin' the absence of rainfall, on. this const, for' twó'mohths. Br. 'Gibbons re ferred to the' constant. course of high .currents from..'the. ubrtii'.from thc. same 'period,'a»'- shown by the character, and Îiosition of clouds. .The absenco:of. rain Las baffled the . ingenuity . of the most expert 'observera...- All ¡ signs.' lind- failed. 'Tho .' thrce\warmi'd_ays,'!1 one of. tho.roost certain prognostics'in ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Irrigation of Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

.¡ i Irrigation of Egypt; I At tho- >:Ca.lifnrniit .Academy of rjoicncc srjrnci1 interesting papers wore' rc'ccntlj' 'road.' Tho. following is worth giving : H'rofessbr Davidson-rend, ii paper on tho lirrigatiun of Egypt. ThcDoltii mid Yallcy ' of thc Nile, lying butweeiv thirty-sicbnll ?and twonty-fönrth parallels, cômpriseiï ,«11 t'l'o-orablolahd,' 7'500,000àcp'ès.' ot Egypt, brja.million loss'than'the'grent1 .Valley of California:. - Tile 'cultivation of thc delta is . in!a high state. There-aro' positively no rabis'-'at alH"'-The inqii'dntiqiV lusts over ' two inoiiiliHj'Covcrbig tho land to ft depth of IÎ12 tb 48 inches. ",-"' -\ *'" '. '";''. '??it. Tholpupei-contained'cliibbrnto dés'ciip tioiii of the Kgytinu canals, and alluded. ;to tho resort of to wells, anil lifting water,' from the river; besides. The sanie feature :wnb ohscrv-ed there th|\t'chi|ractcrÍ7,cd thc liatlvoji irrigation-works of India before1 . tho substitution . óf- Kiiglish ' 'engineering.; . Théro were'...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A Remarkable Funeral Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

A -Remarkable Funeral '! A ;V*'-"1 hermon. ;:; I 1 ''A¡correspondent>biids tb ihb.'C'loboi thc following'" ii« part bf a' fuu'ci'fll.. sermon preached by.Suiu.Qunco, ¡a ; black, elergy ¿m'ftiij native'of Jamaica,' Hie, priigiiml. pf í «yíiiijlk ^'na'^iroil^ht'; liwiiio'fróin1 Jimiuicn iii, V by » gen tlfeibij)) . >»:)((} U<m) ¿Jio, ser, ' mon;p^nelicd'j^ftA man tjat bon"el»¡.a. wónian'hnb long timo tn llb. J to[. tro^blo chery day too much' he' 'grow; up likb,a, ' banano.' iPosb'dc''mun dp gobd, he go to a place, cull' hiiii, ''G lol lb, whore Gor-ainighty ' f illlililWII á Wi W\ 'iV'J.iUo ibo ; bof-i ' toni ; .Hposo' ho" .do billillie,gp to a place. ciiU'liiih holly -where bc niot burn like, a ip'eppè.r eddi'''Ho call for .drink a,< wara' Jiohody'givo:|iini drjbp a wara,to cool )¡iji). tongue.- Tm\ felWÖht JFftH foiQiV.:«n'» imh'n .doy call-ae-'Haibpson j lio.,kill t\ycnly , tousaud Fillostansi': wid, do'. 'jawbone,-',fuck r morass. .! Tan' y oil know, t...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Cure for Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

' .r, :r-7--- -, ^ , ? -, ? ' .TÏiè Journal cf //ínííft Ititi Jly givos llicí fgl-. lów'ingins aôino''of'tliô" "suré eure for. rliou-, miiUairiV-" liub willi' clíluroforni.liniment;, ".jle'cn" «'it]r'yr.|¡r'lij!(nl towards lijo íiorlli: ? luido of potaásíiihl j ''lenton' juice ; Brighten ¡. ¡woiif HululiuV in your shues i l|nK) rubb'iiig ;, Mvt-Bf !fciil(a;:,,'m!ur lluunul ;;- wear .li.uo!{«lsiu oicercise inul,Hee[i-it off j . koeji' as'quiet .«g , posai blot .water cures ; pray fervently j' do'not' .out ln'uittj ¡do not eat eggs or potatoes ;'? i catt . riiiylhiiig you please ; drink nothing but beer ; ?du not drink 'anything .but. .whisky.; do not. drinkiinjIlling lit nil ; bitthu in hut water with ? peuii-'nih ill it;' Un! lie in cold water fivnucull.v; do not ballia at all tuiUI you ai? iipnily >ell j drink brandy ;? brandy is bad for rheumatism ; . go to; tlie south of France ; ' to Mexico ;. to Azores; to South America; wear ri horso' qlieslnuL in your left-hand breeches-po...

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The Northern Star Lismore, June 2, 1877. THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Lismore, June 3, 1877. " THE SHOW. WE think our Casino friends may fairly congratulate themselvés upon the results of the third Exhibition of the Richmond Uiver Agricultu ral and Horticultural Society just closed, as the whole affair passed off very- successfully, was the moans of attracting many people and much money to the' township, and enabled old friends"'to-"meet together once again, and rub off a little of the rust and canker which grows up too freely in our little communities. Of course it may'be'said that the;Show was weak, especially in the Agricul tural, Horticultural, and Industrial branches ; . but a few more Shows like. the last will,. enable the.. Society to offer 'larger - prizes in the future, which, will, perhaps, have the effect of bringing out those, persons; who now lag behind.1 ' No'doubt,the' ex hibits ' of Horses and Cattle were very good for a young community, while the Fine Arts and matters appealing to the intellect were : fairly represented; but; as state...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Local and General News. LISMORE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. --Our readers' will notice by advertisement that the meeting of tho above Society, * at tho Commercial School, this evening, offjrs groat attractions to persons with , intellectual tastes, which will no doubt be duly taken advantage ol' by all friends,' LAND ENQUIRY COUBT.-Mr. Commissioner Holding held a Court ut Liäüiore, on Friday 25th May, when tho evidence of Edward Crofton was taken in leforenca tb tho titlo to certain lands, ."which evidence was duly for warded tn Sydney tor tho information of tho Min : ter for Lands] DB'. FOIIEMAN.-Our readers will notice from our advertising columns that this gontloman has commenced the practise of his profession in Lismore'; and nn do lbt the groat advantages of having a steady skilful medical man resident in tho district will bo highly appreciated by all classes of settlers. Mus. E. Ross.-We regret to havo to an nounce the death of the above lady, which took place at Ballina o...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Facetæ. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Faceti83.N' When is a young Jmly like n ship?-When slio reposos on Diu bosom of n heavy swell. Somo persons seem utterly incapable of up precinling a generous not: Morely bemuse n young num culls upon ,n young linly half » dozen evenings in tim weekend occasionally drops in bulweuu meals, (hero nrc people merni enough to insinúale that it means something besides anxiety about hor siuk mother. Ir MAY bo woith .whilo to mention to tho Indios thnt cre.Vmation ushos aro said to be good fdr tho teeth. Down in Troy un oiiiiiihtis knocks a lady down «ntl eno of Hie wlioels rubs *,he puwilcr-nil oil: olio cheek ' without do:/iig further .damage.-EA: That's not lim sort of'hits thnt induces them to.ttinti the, oilier check also. "'* "" So many people aro asking us w'nut wc would like to have for a Christmas piel .3011t'tliiit wo snpposo -wo musí; break, through tho , reverse pl! pur' liaturnll modesty and say-well, wo ba'co to men tion it,-but a few ". thoiis," anywhere up. to ton, will sati...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Roman Women. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Roznan Women. : í. . v .!. f.i < ?'>'" ' . "\? '? ,\ '''.y ". From'^Valdemarlinden's acVonrit.bí¡th women1 of Home, embodied in T. Adolph ïrollopé'fl tpeent boole on Itidy\:; ,Tjib are tho direct opposite of . t tierniah Gre,! chen, whose1 blonde tresses' aré' iwbiin ronnd a géntle,-, ;'drèatiiy '.little ,'head,; lin ?whose'-:blue eyes'Hook ;everi byj'''day,;'« though they wcr'o f iiH bf ibo.spit 'glimme : of'moonlight. -TheTîomàh wairiah typjifk rclear'decision.'" She is thor representativ i of seriouaand: ma jestic jw 'He ben'uty ia'celebrated all' over thc' wprlc: : and hus no rival tliroúglr thé rest pf ¡Itnlj iFairhaired Hollian woman are very rare .13ut the \vcalthof black loeks suits rnngiii ifiebntly'.with the rich brown of their coin ;ploxions,' mellowed by a southern sim,', am ¡with tlie pomegranate flower fed!o£ thci dip.--.;-! Sucli ]ivol'me«s'-ns that of the Nea politan woman and coquetry arc foreign ti lioman fc'malo native»; ' These, woiiiai move, like -...

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The Storyteller. THE NEMESIS OF CRIME. BY YOUNG AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XV. PRAY FOR ME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

THE NEMESIS OF CRIME. Bv YOUNO AUSTU.U.IA. Oil APTER'XV.' .rnAY i'oit MK. I have erred, I have sinned, Against Hen ven lind thou ; Hut tlio heart still bents truo, Therefore pray,'pray tor rae ! Thc solemn shadow of. thc night hart scmculy fallon on the hollows anil dells »round*Cumming Lodge, when the 'round erb of the moon begun to glide up tho horizon over thc green hills in thu east, and soon her »oft effulgent light lit np the scenery, bathing, it in silver and ebony. Mer mystic touch threw into bold relief the cypresses, frosting ono «¡ile, plunging into (leonor gloom tho other ; a strange stillness brooded over uaturo,'jinil not even Jthe hum of the trudie in tho distant city wus borne on tho light ambient air. Hugh and Kate had' returned from the city emly. Do: what he -would to conceal the dreadful puin that waa gnawing at his heart he could not conceal from Kilto that something terrible liad happened. His fuco had grown glmstly ; it was ol! a pallid groy, ashen line, and t...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Major Schottguhn's Baby. I.—THE ARRIVAL OF THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Major Sckottguhii's. .'Baby. .: A Contemporaneous HumanDraifnji m Four Acts, Ono Pickaxe ana, .- a shovel. :i . ? - ? ¿!"';','.,''¡",.i I .-THE JU!MVAI< OK THK ttiBY.'.x I. Thc Major liad always loved ?'cJiiMrin;. únd.liediopedi to kavossomdoi his'bwn- to, i whom, J»o ; could. transmit - his 1 honorably i name and .vast : csbitcs.^ Moro\than this/ iho.wonted to soo growingup Around''hi in, stroiigi-monlv boys ahd clinnnmg girls,so; ; that «ft lio grow: old ho < might ' renew IHM ( iyouth iu tliOib'udding glories ' of lu's !bwn; ¡iireside.-? Atdaat thero came hloiig'Ono'doy 'ti bewilderedylittle-angol rwliîfch'|fluttcrôtl* ¡down .and-alighted itptm!the'-Mnjbr's(-owiv ^hearthstone. t.Thnt? was- u^'grcat 'day for ¡the ; Schpttgrthn'B.i ? ;Life- bad Huriicd'.fdr' thpin at new page,*.written 'rill-over.Vrith ?joyus lcttCrs and fillcd' witb good dicer;! :l j >V''lI^TÖK! HClîiî()Ûl',K. i,'";-.,/ ' ''At tbe''êbd''ô£ 'tlio'j lifstl'inontli, ! when,. things' lind got'...

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The Position and Prospects of the Drama. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

Thé Position ant\ Prosf The raimlts of the sudden «ntl remat .We increase which took place a y,-ar two «jr9,;ïn thc number of London tlie*ti have falsified a jrood many oxpcctctioi At the time lhere tran no link of prophi to foretell that tho abnormal duvclopuie of theatrical enterirri.«e would do lit fOOTp-tlmn proportionately increase t biiHiuesa of tn« Court of iiaukruptcy. - time Trent nu, .however, it hccaiuo «vide ÔraX"- the' aiiKiiiriilf-.l »upp'y of theati ?Mu really the reirpuni» io a genni dettiiitiil. iionir I'nw nf their number, ai those: not muong <he latent addition* 'thosoMiot among tin- latest addition« the JUt, have Iieeii linallie to hohl their ov in til»nile ; hut the majority have' live and .thriven ; and thc fact that the managers .have connived to survive aye po unpropitious to tho purveyors of ai kind of luxury an tho (aft is in itself fact of nmi'h nignilicaiice. At the prcsci moment liiere ure, excluding the Eust-ci .nd transpontine pliiyhoinos, u...

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"Buttered Bacon." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

: " Buttered Bacon.":. i Lamoiló Claremont Icèpt ids.;Ítóárfc.;$rápH'i I ped iii a napkin.' " _í'''j-.f,,.'.'.; ! A very.largoúñd a, ¡very > thick¡ napkin./ Arid ho]kept it, , beside, hidden: in a remark-' ably. Beeret, spot, nobody knew .whores i 'A'' groat ihaiiy people ¡hail, looked for it iii nv great many places ; but; only,.ono : person liad had^80. much !Ís,a glimpse .of>it. ?//,» V. i. This'person had onco skittered'Abrios;'. and sailod/diips freighted 'withpobbics'bh'; tho pond with him. A little later ih:life; they had fished for pickerel'together,-'hiitT spelled each -other) down iii thc lohg lirios .of "boys and girls at;- tho >'rod schoolhouse. under tho hill. : .. 'i .'. < ; y ¡ ¡ But for'several ' years' tliey 'liad,, hardly metí and in' this tim'e'.Tohn Hahdsford.hiid, turned into a well 'prc'seryéd' houseliöhler,. with a- réguler orchard bf olive plants about bim: ; while I.ninoile:Claremont.lind'hot so 0111011'as a tame mouse ; Ivy! way óf.faiii...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

1877. T I TVT E¡ T A. B L E OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF , MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM- j ?Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-MON DAY, 1*30, p. m. .- Casino-WEDNESDAY and.SATURDAY, 10 a.m. ' Kynuinboon-TUESDAY, 10 a. m. Tirrania-SATURDAY, ll "30 a. m. Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba,' and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY,, ll aim; DEPARTURES FOR- \ Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina.-SATUR DAY, 10*30 a.m. , Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. Kynuinboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m.; Tlrranta-SATURDAY, Í2~nbon. * " Wyrallah,' .Wbodbum,-'';' Giuíduriinba/''- and Ilxita-TUESDAY and SATtmnÁY, 1 p.m.

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