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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

DIRECTOR"?. AUCTIONEERS.-A. J. Simpson, R. G. Balmer, R. Burgess, and A. McCraokon, Casino; G. C. Britt, Dismore ; J. Perry, Alstonville ; J. Irwin, Gundurimba ; W. Gollan, Woodburn. , BANKS - COMMERCIAL - Manager-W. H. Drake, Casino ; Docker, Lismore. CASINO SCHOOL OP ARTS.-Officers-Presi dent : tV C. Bundook, Esq. ; Vice-presidents : Messrs. J. Grime and R. Barling; Secretary: Mr. H. L. James; Treasurer, Mr. A. J; Simp sou ; Custodian : Master I. Askew. ' Open, for tho presont, on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday ovoniugs from 7 to 9-30 p.m. CHEMISTS_J. Stocks, Caniaba; W. E.. Reed, and J. P. F. Walker, Lismore. ? : ; CLERGY.-Church of England-Henry Porter, B.A., and II. F. Newton ; Roman Catholio-F. Sohurr and M. Shea ; Presbyterian Free Church - Hugh Livingston ;. Presbyterian Church-F. Frazer ; Wesleyan-Wm. Glasson. COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS.-H. S. Elliott, Lismore ; M. M. Campbell, and H. L. James, Casino ; W. Wilson, Gundurimba ; John Sharpo, Ballina. DISTRICT COMMISSIONER TN...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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SECTION 1.—COLONIAL BRED BLOOD STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

SECTION 1.-COLONIAL BRED BLOOD STALLIONS. ClASS. 2. 3 years and under, Herbert E. Simpson's Young'Bylong, First prize. 3. 2 years and under 3, D. McPherson, First prizo ' ' ' .." ''' MARES. 6. 4 years aad under, Thomas Walsh'p Victoria, . 'First prize. Ditto, Dunoaii McPherson's Zulieka, Second prize. ? . 1 . 7-. 2. years and trader 3, Phillip Harrison, eora ,i mended. Ditto, F. H. O. Bundock's Lady of the Lea, First prize. . ... Ditto, James Page's Baneter, Second prizo. 8. '1 year and under 2, S. Shauley, Half prize. 9. Best Blood Mare with Foal at Foot, Thomas Walsh's Victoria, First prize. Ditto, .S. Shanley's Lady Theresa, Second prize. . . - HEAVY DRAUGHT HORSES. 10. Stallion, 4 years'and over, William Weary's Magenta, Highly commended. Ditto, John Eostment's Prineo of Wales, .Second prize. " Ditto; Franois Lobon's Young True^Briton, Commended. . Ditto,, James Grady's Shakespeare, First . prize. ' ' '? . - ? ' . 14. Best 'Foal, under 1 year, John Livingstone, prize. . .j. .MAR...

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AWARDS. JUDGES: [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 June 1877

AWARDS. JUDGES.: Section 3-Messrs.' J. James, 0. Robson. Sections 4 and 5-Messrs. W. Cross, E. "Naughton, H. Bookfort, 'Section 6-Messrs. A. Livingstone, R. Rath bone, A. Meston, A. Poolman, D. Campbell, J. Perry, J. Sheppard. Sections 1 and 8-Messrs. F. B. Gully, G. F. Couch, Jno. Grime. Section 9-Messrs, Gully, Crouch, W. H. Drake. 'Section 10-Messrs. J. J. Caríill, 'S. Shep pard,, J. Grady. Section ll-Messrs; Jno'. Grimo, J. E. Glas gow, G. Larkin, M. M. Campbell. R. Rathbono, H. Vanderwarden, W. Goli'ani T.' Walsh." Section 12-Messrs. D. Campbell, J. Shep pard. Section ' 14 - Mesdames Shanloy, Gulley, Crouch. , : , .. Section 15-Messrs. J. Barling, R. Donald son, W. H. Drake, W. M. Scott, R. Barling. Non-competetivo-Same Judges.

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Coming Eruption of Mount Vesuvius. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Coming Eruption of mount - Vesuvius. ? - AN uncomfortable account bf the present condition of Mount 'Vesnvius'-'was given .by Professor Boyd Dawlcins -at the''Meeting'of the Manchester 'Geological-Society oil Tuesday. Professor Dawkins, it seems) visited. Vesuvi- us a.week or two ago, and on arriving at the month of the crater.found,. that it was filled with.a,dense vapour, like a fog, A " low roaring noiseXcould be heard, and occasionally . there was a ¡nash of light which was probably the reflected glare <of the lava surging about in the volcano. Undismayed by these ¡ symptoms of internal disturbance, the Pro- cessor gaUan'iily went down seven or eight feet below the'edge of the. crater, and found ffthathe could ¡Kght ipieçes of paper in ftho holes which ne'dug witn ¡his hammer in the black ash on the inside. Everything indeed indicated a tendency to eruption -and, according to tlie accounts issued by Professor Pahnieri, oiie of tobe - volcano's periodical attacks of fe...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Another World. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

. .. Another World. - y ' 'THE world of Jupiter is the most voluminous ;. .of all the .;glqbes ''bf'par sy8teM.*;-*.it :is only ?Í000" times, .smaller than ..the «un,, .and by . itself alone'is 'equal'to 1400 terrestrial globes. ;;Sp,\-- although it revolves in a circuit .that is - .almost;-000,000,000. * le&gUe¿ " distant, and receives a. light! very much fainter than that ?received by. the earth, its bulkness is; mani ..'-, fested tlui-ottgh the' brillian<r/< with which it .''? shines ,during' our s'tarlight .nights,' a bril- liancy equ'al,'and often very Bup'eribr,." to that with which.: Venus " sparkles.. .His is a mvishingv;'wbHd, ' at least .'so'.far as one 'can *v judge from a., distance vathbut'having .been . there. * In the'first place;'a'perpetual spring ?: ' time radicates over his; .surface.. If ,he is '.. ;"<.bedecked*/wiih"' flbwersv-'a 'circumstance of ? I whiôh ,ye. ¿entertain no doubt,-. save . .as to ? -knowing of .what V su...

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New Fruits. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

..... ~ ." . 3ïew.ï'ruîts. ' -r' .'THE first instalment -of New Fruit Trees ""lias just 'Come-]to hand, in > the shape of a .dôna<So7i friona the - Queensland ' Acclimati íipatíón*í>Sóciéty, kindly forwarded ; by . the .IWce-^é^idènt, ,L. A. Bernays, "Ese]., com-, .j)risÍB¿',thé fellowing plants tr1-" 2. Mangoes, .'2 Jana; 3 Eugima sps. V. V. Ni., ; 2.Litchi, . 2 "Whampee, , 2 Cinnamon, 2 Anona "Squamosa, 1 Bedfleshed Púntelo, : 1 Herbere .Vale Cherry, 1-Anona Gheraraqla, 1 Psidium Acre, «rid v.U i'Psiâitm' Çatt^anum, both' * Guava , species,^;', (l/zFlacourtia Cata . bahia, I Indian Oleoàter Plain, 1-Garoinia ' ^ïivingstoni, . yi r-AppJe, S. S. NI., -'-"2 Embutan." We" ¡pnrppse;aulottdng them ?amongst, the 'geastiemen who'have put down their -naines; ..tífNÍ o'clook in'the afternoon of ? 'Wednesday ' next; . .tógetker with 20 samples «of Seeds,, many of whom ¡Bare: new to the V^jwtrict,'-' and most of--which onay be sown .now,*- ,-with' the [exception v£ the follow...

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Gardening Calender of June. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

^Ï3ardc»îng Calendar, for June. OMHARtkf-JPlant; all kinds of fruit trees, [ 'the samef as last month. This is also one of, lié best months for transplanting Grape: Granes. - -'. FIELD.-Sow Wheat And Barley for grain ; cropsj - and all the desirable kinds of - grasses for pasture.. This is <i¡he best month -.to, sow Lucerne for hay crop. KITCHEN GLIDES.-Sow Peas,.,, Beans,, Carrots, Parsnips, "Leeks, <fce. j «iso''various . kinds of herbs. - . . FLOWER i GARDEN.-Proceed with the planting of all kinds of flowering plants, .?shrub's, ' <fcc. - Fuchsia' cuttings ^strike readily How; . . .. ' . : '?. '.'??. . .:; . .

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Latest Commercial. . '[_líY TELEGRAM; J , -. . BXBBKI, -Juins, 8. :¡MESBRS.; ;(H. PniE8Ti.y-.(aiid'' Co. 'report that..-maize >j was . selling ,this day ' at' ¡2s lld per bushel; eggs,; ls 6d per; dozen ; fowls; Ss . per'"'paii-j ^ ' dueksy 5s per ; pair; bácoh, IO d' per lb. '; ' butter, ^ls 7d- per lb. ; .choose, 10d per, lb. ; potatoes, '6s ' per cwtl ' ? J . . . ,¡">J" «,« ?..--< SYDNEY, JUNE 8. Mr., A. KETHELL 'reports : 'Good Cedar in demáncty l'4s to 18s. ' Boards according to ,..^-quality j .-Pine Logs," 6s 3d: .'to 6s 9d ; kâ^iBuech, . ÍSs to 14s '; ? Pine Flooring,- . 16s : 6d. ' Trade dull' in all lines except Cedar;' Pine market glutted. ,'..'.'

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About Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

About Turkey. HÓBAR'f PÀâHÀ)'.. writing to tho 'Tunes,' déniés varibtls' reports , relative tö Turkish affairs which hávé been', current ' alike at Constantindpld and in Various parts of Europe; Hé says Tho Sultan / ia. id perfect health, ánd Works day âhd hight fdr thé Welfare of his country. SheVkd't Pasha háá riot been appointed to any Cohlirinnd on t/ie Danube br elséwhere- Midllat Pasha was not sorit away in ifdns. On tho cdhtrary, every care was taken for his personal comfort. He received from Iiis] Majesty £500 for Iiis immédiate expenses, and the best vessel iii the Turkish navy was placed tit Iiis disposal! He Was riot removed through palace intrigues; . .His Majesty himsölf, from reasons which I do not presume to criticise dismissed ,him. Mah-' moiid Nedin is not recalled from éxile, nor is there any probability of his böing so. No money was'sent to' thé .palace.from Russia, on Midhat's dismissal." Hobart Pasha adds :-" This country, although "passing, through a fearful cr...

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Religioust Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

?'Religious i "Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. Second Sunday in each Month-Lismore, at ll - ? a.m. :? Rosehill, :at 3ip.m, ;,Ballina, at;10 '""a.m8, and S.^p.m^-^PUot Station, at 7-30 p.m. " . ... . . ?.?. HENEY PORTER:B.|-A.,--: , . i, , . F. R. NEWTON, 'Assistant Curalo.!.

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No Spiritualism. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

? ' Wo* Spirîtualisnl. . TriE ' Tintes ' says that the crowds flocking daily and nightly to- the Egyptian Hall, wherë those ingenious s illusionists; Messrs: Maskelyne and Oookoj are now exhibiting not only their latest but their most. bewilder-, ing achievement, mUst cdmé away with the conviction that they have seen strange sights and found food for ample reelection in . th è difficulty they will experience in accounting for them-. In . semi-darkness Mr. Maskelyne has been floating about the hall over the heads of the visitors fdr a considerable peridd, but now it is Mr.- Cooke who ascends to the ceiling without any apparent means of support and propulsion, and who increases the wonder by taking the cabinet in which he has seemingly boen effectually secured along with him. The mode by which his: wrists are tied with whipcord afterwards passëd through fdur holes nt the back of a solid chair, is closely examined by a committee chosen from the audience and pronounced unimpeachable. A ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

I PRESBTTERIA2T CHURCH. The¿Rov. F. FRASER ILA., trill (D.V.) preach X ,-' . nt WOOD BURN-On 10th .Tun?, at ll a.m., and Coraki, at 3 p.m. ; Wardell, on 11th Juno, ut 7 p.m. ; Wvrallah, on 17th June, at ll o.m., und Gundurimba, at 3 p.m. ; Ballina, on 1 Otk June, at 7 p.m. ; Duck Creek, oh 24th'June, at 10*30 a.m., and Lismore, at j 3 p.m.

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The French and German Armies. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Thc French and German Armies. LOOKING, afr.tho attitude <Jf Franco and Germany-the hopes of one and the fears of tho other-an observer in an American journal thus alludes tb the armies of the two nations At the close of the wai' of 1870-71 it might have boon said, almost with literal truth, that Franco had no aitch thiiig as an army. Wissembourg, Sedan, Metz; and the battles around Parisj . doinpletely annihilated the French troops. Since the peace of "Versailles .tho reorganization of the military has been steadily going on, tili it is ribw nearly completed ; and, td thë great vexation of Bismarck, on a fdr iilóre formidable footing than under tho Empire. But tho' cost is a severe! ötrain' bn thc Republic. The Secretary of War demands for the support of his department this vtíry year nearly 542,000,000 fraiiris. The force is stated at 468,000 men and 26,000 dfficbrs -494,000 in all. These are troops of tho line. In addition to thom there are 27,000 gens d'armes, all vete...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

-V TOW ¿IIl^ING^NE WS. J.ftno -JJ.-l'latypns, s., zuu tons, uaptaiu Magee, from Sydney. Passengers-Miss .'Sheen, Messrs. Currie, Watson, Gush. Sutton, Í , " Morrison, and 1 in tho steerage. Platypus cleared Sydney Heads at 1-15 p.m., on the 31st -ultimo, crossed tho Eiohmpnd Bar at 10.30 ' a.m., on tho 2nd Juno, arrived at Lismore at 10*30.a.rn;, on the 3rd. ,E.xperienced Southerly breerésJwitK rain and thick weather'"throughout "the'passage. June 4.-Platypus, B.> for. Sydney.. . -June 8.-Amphitfite, schooner, for Sydney.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

" LATEST' TELEUICIOIS. ;, {From the Australian'' Associated 'Fress.) -.-~ ~: : "JT"; ;'SYÇNEY JUÑÉ 7. The mtföioti"; pf. censuré oh-the Premier rbrought^orv^ard -in- the -Assembly ;last. night, "by "MTÏ*. ' Robertson, was . negatived by a niajorièy'oî twö}:ihe division 'being, ayes, 19, noèsV21'./ .T :'.;.. '. '?' ' -¡ ' .JUNE'S. " j:-.The^Legislative Assembly has passed tho Estimates' for! the Treasury Department un '. .-unaltered.. ,. The Electoral Bill -will be laid on the 'Table of the Assembly to-night.. -- .r. rp2^e t. QUgt^jjiig .? revenue for the past five ' monthsjisi £20,000 in excess ofthe- amount .collected in the corresponding period . last year. ? ' .? _ ' . ?-' Colonel Jervois's report of the defences of "the Colony, ju¥t~ ^p^rilish^, ""aTmongst "other matters, strongly recommends the formation. .of a Militia Corps. .... , ..- \ , t t-'A. nile sNisi/ has been' granted "for the .?sequestration, of/the'estate of Eeehan, Horse- man,'Casino, returnable on the 28th instant...

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BALLINA. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

...,.->._,..-' .. DEPARTURES.. : . ?' I ..îjJurie '3.-Wallace andiBrtice;^schooner,' for ., »Sydney. ' : . ' '?. -_ ?? '? ' - I : June 6.-.'Plii<ypn8,'B. j for Sydney. . '"OJórie7?.-ViotoiyV sbnôôner.Vfbr Sydney.

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How he Lost his Damages. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

How ne Lost his Damages. : Soon after dinner Thursday a citizen of Third street entered a lawyers oilico and began : ? ... ' !. ?'? ; ' ?". '"' ' " My wife lias been bitten by a dog." " flood'!" replied tho lawyer. 'J Voil must claim damages in the sum'of-fiñOO." ! " Yes ; she was bitten three times hy- the brute," continued tho husband^ " and of course I want damages." ? " Well, now, you go homo lind tell your wife to go to bcd' and stay thcro for at Joust a week. Have her groan and take on lind Bullier groat pain und distross, and cull tho neighbours to witness ber sufferings. We'll juut muke the man who owns that dog getup and howl." . The man loft in a joyful frame of mind, and yesterday he came back, looking sorrow ?f,,].- ?" i- '?. i -, - ?? : . .' No uso trying.", sadly, said ho¿ shaking his head. " My wife waited just long en-i rough to lind out that tho dog wasn't niiid; lind then she started out to'1 make twenty two calls this afternoon, und I guess we haven't got a-caso."...

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Barning of the St. Louis Hotel. St. Louis, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Barning of tile St. Louis Hotel. St. Louis, April ll. THE < New York ,, Herald ' says,-Tho most frightful calamity, that has ever befallen St. Louis, took platte at a very early hour this morning, involving''the déstrüction of the SoüÜiérü' Hotel by fife, arid a- loss of a large nuniber of lives. The exact humber cannot now be given, but it is feared that some forty or fifty perished either by. being burned diïedtly Of first smothered by smoke and then : consumed. The fire caught in the store rooms in the bâsement, and was first seen - coming through the ground-floor just north of the office^,' In ten minutes, it ascended the elevators and rotunda, and spread itself over ! the' sixth floor under the floor. This floor [occupied1 entirely by the Bmployes of the 'hotel, thé lafgèst part' bf whom were women. The, fire spread rapidly, filling every room ?and hall with flames and Bmoke, . The scone [was of the most terrible doácfiption. Frantic men, women and 'children ran .thr...

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Deaf and Dumb. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Deaf and Dumb. ; For some days past'ah .unknown female has been in the habit bf making ah after- noon trip on thc,Woodward avenue cars, generally getting abroad Ht Jefferson Uvcnuc and riding to Br.tdy, street The first two or three times she paid her fare promptly enough; but thc', next, trip she wrote something oivacard,: handed it to thc gentleman, and he paid her fare. The 'next trip'she waited till the driver rang thc fare bell, and when she saw him looking she advanced and held up a card bn .which was written : ' ; I am deaf and dumb." ; The driver didn't want to r create a ' scene; and she rode as a dead-head. Next day she went through the same perform- ance, but when she boarded the car the third afternoon, ho was ready for her; He had'¿very reason ' to believe her a fraud, she had been heard to speak ' in .car'coming'down:' When she entered the car she took 'a scat and began reading, seeming to haveho earthly interest in the fare 'question.' ' Thcrc'arc no conductors oh the...

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Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 6TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Lismore Police Court.,., WEDNESDAY,! ;6TIT¡ 3iUNE. ,,- - Befor.ö H; S: Eùàpijp,<Ê84.;'P.M.^> s Mrs. Hannah* Nye,' n, married woman, "sued Mrs.. Caroline Bro wiï, 'for '£.4 ' 1 6'B.' Gd; wages alleged to lie due by the latter to the former as a general servant at' the rate of 10s. per WBOIÇ.', ) p- ion,:» y^an OÚT .Tlio^. casonas , dismissed on a , technical objection1 'raised by Miv AiÜa'ghaiñ, who appeared for .defendaat. ) >"'.[ j ¡ , -, -j

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