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Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

1 Facetiae. . : A Chioago man; encountered n draped 'figuro : in his ' basement' hall the other morning,- and -mistaking-it for-his.'.wifes dressing maid, huggod it ardently: for seve. ral seconds beforo he discovered.that it was a deputy sheriff in an ulster overcoat. , An intoxicated man told a Now York judge that ho had sevon reasons for getting drunk. Said ho : " I've got six boys iii my family! an', last nights-it's a girl, Judge." He got off. Among tho many painfttV subjects-of re llectiou that aro always - occurring is tho fact that thero is no monument ovor tho' grave ol tho inventor-of the accordéon. When the public definitely ascertain tho last resting place ortho man was tho Gorman flute, perhaps thero will bo a concerted movement to relieve tba human raco from, tb o odium of this ap- parent neglect. It was a gentlemanly young man who re- marked wonderingly haw a young lady, could, i maleo horsolf ridiculous hy yielding tho absurd ' vngarios of fashion.. Then tho wind cau...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Mr. M'Ellione and Mr. Dibbs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Mr. M^llione and Mr. öi*i»bs. WHILE the Estimates were tinder considera- tion in the Legislative Assembly, last night, Mr. \2^Elhpne,v,jetdriing iipon some inter- jection oj Mr, Dibbs's; ïcniarkéd that " at all events-hé (Mr. M'JSllidiië) never forged his name: to., á ' Bhip's^ register.1' Mr. Dibbs immediately said, "li thé hon. member says that of md he is a liar ; " End if he says it outside this House, I will .wring his nose for him." This took place early, in.the evening, shortly before the hour fdr refreshments, and nothing further took placé át the time, but the imputation was of too, serious à character to be passed over in ¿iíéncé, by; £he hon. gentleman upon whoni it rested. When the time for adjournment came--shortly before . midnight-Mr. ' Dibbá rosé, and as a matter of privilege brought the matter under the notice of the Hoúsé. He said-,-" Mr. Speaker, I consider - that a most brutal and unfounded oharge has' been made against me to-night by a member of this House, whom...

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CROOKED CALEB. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

CROOKED CALEB, f l, I (o*»Hcíiiiíf(f.) - .. . ? y It may havo been a mimili after- this cpri yer.<ntion -with Crooked Caleb,? thntf l~*took "occasion one evening topical; to Kitto Dashley couccriiiug the odd little tiddler. During that mouth .my passion' lind grown more in- tense and nbsm-biug, until it threatened to eonsmne nil other -thoughts "and 'aspirations:' I was filled with ii constant feeling of rest- lessness, and could And no peace nor pleasure -save in the presence- of the -"woman '? whom I adored. . Our acquaintance by this time had ripeued into an intiraucy, yet 1 had never mentioned tho subject of lovo to Kate Dashley. Basking in the sdnshiuc of her smiles, I was content to feed my passion upon such un- substantial trifles as a look, «sigh, orapresure of the hand. These satisfied me for thu time, they probably mord than satisfied the young lady herself. On the evcuiug to which I have made reference-wo .were playing, if I re- member rightly, in -Detroit-I es...

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Lismore Town Common. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Lismore Town Common» THE following, letter ib. reference tpjth^abqye, has been V blinded ús'by!Í\ír. E. 'Coleman : '.'Mi.'..' <«;;| Colonial1 'áe¿tétí¿fy'a'-'OMáé¡'' .??:<.;? .-? Sydney^ lat Junä,'1877. í .GENTtE?jEiï}-jV\5¡JJatreferenco to the ¡letter from Mr. T. Bawden,'M.P.j .of L$he> 16th ultimo. - I. .am- - diiçeofjocl, by, -, the;, Colonial Secretary to irifpri^i' ^pii^hat tlie .gentlemen Whose nantes - ' were ?1tMe^^i&Ú¿iifce'd,t have, under the 3rd-section oSfthe feommoua ßegu tatipn, Actr pf 1873, -pe/an ¡ 'hpaiinated, byn His Excellency the Gpve£n^,,wi^.,the advice of the Executive,' Öouiioil^ Trtistees pf ,,íhe Oommbk-at'LiámóW^-to hold "offlcW untiLrtho next .general election of Trustees of Commons to be i held; in January, ¡> 18.80; "viz. ¿-f-Measrs Edmund ¡Coleman, ¡ Alfred j Michael Girard, George tiarldn,"'Jáihes Baillie, Janel ^Charlo s Dean, and that"' ^fié' retluisitb' ho'lfpo" therec <t has been' inserted1 'üi 'this ...

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Trickett and Rush. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Trickett and Rush. OUR aquatic^ 'reporter writes :-The great contest "that talcos , place, between, Trick'ett and, Rush 'for tho championship of the; world is .creating > " considerable -public interest. Trickett co'ui'inues to follow his daily practice 'on the liver; hb wáájsepri'by, the. S., RI ö. crews on Tuesday afternoon, and was, getting along very fast, but when, going at top speed ho appears' to ' row .' Very '. lhitöh With* Iiis' arms. Rush has arrived from the Clarence with [his trainer .Green,, and took Up Ins quarters .at Ryde, oh 'Tuesday^ aïtèrnoori. ' The 'second '.deposit of £50 aside in' the' match will be made at McGrath's Hotel to-night, Saturday, and the final dépo'sit'of ¡£100 each at Trickett's Hotel, on: the 29th June. : .Mr; F. Hill is to '.act as umpire for Trickett, and in consequence .cf Mr. Falbier mtending' to leave tho ; colony, it,will he}^éées»á^:fó'.áp^püit another stake- holder* in his place. " There is yet little hotting to note, Trickett is sli...

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Cas[?] Police Court. MONDAY, 4TH JUNE. Before H. S. ELLI[?]—, Esq., P. M., and J. GRIME, E[?] J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

y. *. ' .---- .-' ~ ' '?--~ ..i -K Ciiiiií» Police ¿¡'.»uri. ¿ ;MONDAY, 4TÍ(.'J^NÍ3. . . . í'Willianx Sleigh' was* brought"up,-charged, Tor that he did on the 31st May,11877, at Deep Creek, shoot .aÇ with- intent to .do grie- vous \ boiiuy harm . .Francis . Browning - arid .John. KennewelL - ... ?.' Mr. E."''M^.-Jíülingháfty'w^peáred for' the 'defence.' ' ' " " ? '' . ' ' * ^\ Janies T"-" ' , j Tiily sworni','ä*sposed -.-That he -.St- 9-roin»hl éor^staUle róf ' police, .stationed-'a.t Casino, ¿i\d arrested the prisoner, . at Deep Creélfcí, on-. Saturday, 2nd Júne, by '.yirtne of, '.the .-warrant* ' now produced ; read .the warrant to .prisoner, who.Triaih*- no reply. Francis Browning deposed-That he knew ;thb-prisonerr;on íhurádny evening' jost, as himself and Kenne well -were coming home .from .work, ho met. us, and. said,. 1".go HomB, you beggars, I'll, shootiyou," at the same time Le up with a single barrel-piècè, and fired it ; the charge lodged between the tyro of Us ; it ' con...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

jr Local and General News. THE -DEBA-TINO SOCIETY.-A very .plaasan lime was speut by tile members of the Lis.nior Mutual Improvement Association, on Suturda; evening last, when, utter the transaction o .routine business, the following programme wa gone thrdugh :-Mr. J. Baillie gave a readinj on the Eddystone Lighthouse," Mr.-Sime followed with a! putriotio song, ".The Britisl Lion ;" niter which Mr. Lockett read "Th Diliiculties of American Journalism" by Marl Twain ; Mr. J. E. Stocks nest read ai interesting paper on " Tho Horse," whick wu followed by a pleasing sketch ontitled ' ' 1 Glimpse of tho Heavens," which was given b; Mr. W. 0. Harman ; the whole proceeding being brought to a conclusion by " God Suvi tho ÍJueen " being sung by those assomblod lt is pleasing to note that theso intellectual re unions are getting well supported, and ni doubt, when they beoome better known, anc our roads, and streets improved, such meetingi will be well patronised. MIXED UP.-Under the heading ...

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The Aorthern Star. Lismore, June 9, 1877. A PUNT OR BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

Lismore, June 9, 1877. ,,: A PUNT ÖR BRIDGE. AFTER a long period of apparent inactivity,'it is pleasing to note that contingent upon the passing of the Estimates, by the Parliament, the Works'Department in Sydney have evidently determined to do some- thing to the main road through- the district, having, as a first instal- ment, called for tenders for the fol- lowing works:- . CROSS ROADS.-IF. Two-mile 'Water lióle to Deep Creek. Date of Closing Tender-19th .Tune. " ROAD CASINO TO BALLINA--IF. Stony Ridge towards Lismore ; 2F. Bayley's' Lane towards Lismore,; 3F. "West of Munro!» to Fishery Creek ; : -4F. Near Gibson's towards Ballina;; 5F.. Dean's Hotel, along Woodlark Street: - Date of Closing Tender .. ... . , 26th Juno. - . Avhile it is said that tenders for other works -will be -shortly called for. The making of these and other roads in the district are much required,,as they will"give 'employment' to labor, and an impetus to1 Óítóiness,. which is very dull 'at this^sedsqn ; whi...

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Buckwheat Straw Principle. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

! 'BuolEwfaèat/&trfl¡w^^^??? " 'tBrown, I...don't knowhow it. is that your girls all marryott as. soon ns they get old ?enough,' while none or thine eau marry." "',', ,, i ¡" (Jh, that's simple enough. . I. .marry my girls'otr óii tho buckwheat straw principio'." '.. t ', " But what is,that principio ? I'nevër hoard of it before," "?' '" .' J ??"'.'. . ' , '?. " \Vell,'I ùsod to rniso a good deni of buck- wheat; and itTiuzzled ma to know how to get .rid of the straw. 'Nothing would oaÇit, and i! was a groat? bother to me. At Inst I-thought br ,n .plan.f .1,' stacked ?; my .nuuk wheat straw nicely and built a high ruil.fencej around, it. ~My cattle, bf course, concluded that it was something good, and at once tore down the fence ana began to ont the straw. I dogged thom away and put up the fenco a few times, but tho more anxious they became tn eat the straw; Bnd ent it tney did, every bit of it, ? As I' saul;' Iiimnrryi'iny girls ofl on the same principle. When a young man ti...

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Bread—Fresh and Stale [Dr. Lockbridge.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

, Bread-Fresh, and Stale ¡i, - I .i:«V'«rür. Lockbriríirb/l"»' " »?<»"> ¡ j Ii don't hku 'Btiilo 'broiul^-dtf yoii'?-' My: i ;ronsoii>-for-dialiknig -it is Very-much tho s -reason' wliy¡I:doirt like Dr.' Poll'; i your . TOIISOII'IS really the same,"but you 'probu , ,bly ciicutyoiirsclt into thc höhet that ut is> . something, else-namely :' bocuuso tho ?bread is '?' so dry." Allow mo to undeceive you. - No bread i* dry ;. bread-just linked , is nearly hall -water ; and' tho stalest o£ .stale loaves bas not moro than u'hundreth purlrotthis wuter.-.?<..? .« .> .....>. .'?I 'Ibo fact timk bread contains nearljvhnlf . .its' weight ot. wa tor-, is.- surprising,' but naf so surprising ns tliiit your own body'con- tains a considerably large proportion . 'nearly tlirce-tourths.- s-Tho Hour-from . .which brcitd'is mudo is"dry enough,~oon . .turning-not more than sixteen- percent, of . -water-;;biit'jt bas a great tendenev to ab-' . sorb water, and in thoip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

X> í IEL BCTOEY. AUCTIONEERS.-A. J.' Simpson, R. Gr. Balmer, R. Burgess, and A. McCracken, Casino ; G. C. Britt, Lismore ; J.Perry, Alstonville; J. Irwin, Gundurimba ; ? W. Gollan, "Woodburn. BANKS - COMMERCIAL - Manngor-W. H, Drake,' Casino ; R- Dawson, Lismore. BLACKSMITHS.-Lismore -James Baillie, W. Locket j -Woodlawn-J. Simes. BUILDERS, Ero.-Lismore-Saville and Duncan, R. Mackenzie, J. Barrow, J. Pox. BUTCHERS.-Lismore-J. Bryant ; North Lis- more-J. Peate ¡ South Lismoro-W. Webster ¡ Wardell-H. Duncan ; Ballina-J. C. Ryan. CASINO SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Officers-Presi- dent : ÏV 0. Bundock, Esq. ; Vice-presidents : Messrs. J. Grime and R. Barling; Secretary: Mr. H. L. James ; Treasurer, Mr, A. J. Simp- son ; Custodian : Master I. Askew. Open", for the present, on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9-30 p.m. CHEMISTS.-J¡ Stooks, Caniaba; W. E. Reed, and J. P. F. Walker, Lismore, CLERGY.-Churoh of England-Henry Porter, B. A., and H, F. Newton ; ? Roman Cathoüo-F. Schurr a...

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The South Pole. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

? Tile Soutl#Pbl&É ¿ .:<«jáíníolt>«vcry ono luía heard ajíhttle concerning tho north polis, however vogue hiaybc-tho impression ^produced by tlio tenn. To a man who believes that tho earth is flat-and there are such mun century-the pole must appeal* rather a useless appendage. To 111211 generally, tho ^OEtí^vpolo..¡^»^la^pomtoIi.a.globülllr«ltrtli'. which is always nearest the north, .which is bíjiiidístUiit froniliU parts of the equator, , or eijuiiioctial lilied which has in it'no east and nd westl and' in which six* months' daylight isfollowed by six months' dark: ness. Xo one .has ever .seen the north pole," ? so. farkas: human, testimony goes.: Aid therefore nb' one can say whether tlio. spot ..is occupied by dry laud, opon; sea, or per- petual ice.:';',' '.,'7 '.; '".^-' '.i<; ',',,. But who 'ainoils'" UK knows ' eyoh ' JJiia' much 'concerning tho south pole? ' '" ',',;'.' ". There is a south polo cerUiiily. . ïorining -the other extreme eiid O...

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The Wines of France. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

?".'¿vTh.er Wines of France. ?i . We liavo vend lutely, in some Hiiglisb. ; papers ii good deal . on tho subject ot- ar- nhem! .coloring of ..French, wines, ami "have mude itour duty m consequent!, in tlic course of recent excursions through tho various parts of, the Haut and Hus ? Jlcdoc, to institute careful inquiries on {lie ? subject. As the result, ? wo pledge our-, . selves to' thu-honesty of tho following statement : Tl int-j m no r Bingle instance r, hiive^wc been able to lind a truce ot such, ? a practico, and thutthe mysterious stranger ' represented by soinu of your contompor-T .aries asgoiiig about from district tu district . with all sorts of subtle nostrums for im- proving and increasing the color of wines deficient in that respect, is, wo believe, a, ¡pure myth,- ut any ruto so tarns the Medoq is concerned. , Tins .opinion is confirmed, by, that. of ono . of the most, mlluunttal ^'brokers ot Bordeaux, who assures us that l) to , -practice 'in question is unknown here....

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The Storpteller. THE HAUNTED HULK, Or, The Wreck of the Spanish Main. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

THE HAUNTED HUIíK, Or, The Wreöfc of tho Spanish Main. Ho was ulwuys u great 8c)iolar,: was Bi and knows a power of- stuff. While t other ; boys 'were lolloping on the .dec smoking or telling yarn«, Bill used to lying there, with his chin resting on 1 bunds, reading away for dear life, mid t older tho books tile- better he liked them : Bill had got quito half a chest full old yoyuges and travels," and he could ti you anything about1 tho Dons who usi to, conni out to thu golden America to. loi their ships with bars and ounces, and tin go back home. Only get Bill in the humor, and tho wi .he'd-'talk- about Spanish galleons nt ?doubloons and sliver ingots-why, would make your lingers itch, being on a poor suilor, you know, with only two < ; three pounds a in nth. "Jack Harris," .10 says to mc ono du. "would you like to mnke your fortune ?' " Like to make iny what ?" I says. Like to make your fortune, mau, at1 havo us much gold and jowols as woui keep you iii.comfort to thc e...

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1877. TIME TABLE. OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

18 77. ' " TI Tve rs -T*A'BXJ'.;EI~ OF THE AKRTVAIi 'AND DESPATCH OF. MAILS AT POST. OFFIOEÍ, Iil&MOKE. ' ABRTVALS PHC-ÍI-V ' : "Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina--MON- . I »AT, 1-30 p.m. Casino-WEDNESDAY and SATOBDAY, IO a. m. Kynumbooh-TUESDAY, 10 «.m. - . : Tirrania-SATOHDAY, ll '30 a. m. "Wyrallah, '-Woo'dburnj, Gundurimba,, and Iluka-TUESDAY.and FHÍDAY, ll a.m.'" . DEPAKTTOES Eon "Wollongbar,. Alstonville, and Ballina-SATUR- DAY, 10'30 a.m.* r Casino-MONDAY, and "WEDNESDAY, 2-p.m. Kynumboon-FKDJAY, 1 p.m. - .'? ' Tirrania-SATUKDAY, 12 noon. "Wyrallah,, ; Woodburn, *' Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY, 1 p.m. .

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TIME TABLE OF MAIL. STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

TÁBliÉ,:' OF MAH»' STEAMERS Vu SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY-1 January . 3, January 31, February 28, Marcb 28, April 26, May 23, June 20, July 18,, August 15, September 12, October . 10, November 7, Decembers. .." LEAVE SYDNEY . January 12, February 9, March 9f April 0, May 4, June, 1, June 29, July 27v August 24, September 21, October 19, November 16, . De- cember 14. '

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Clear Grit. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

?. Clear Grit. THE Rev» Robert Coílyer of Chicago, delivered bis lecture entitled " Clear Giit " at Steinway Hall on February 34..: There was a large audience, composed mainly of young men and women, for whom the lecture is . principally intended. : The. speaker (says-a New .York journal) presented many old truths in -a new and attractive dress, illustrating all his points with anecdotes. He said it mattered not so much what part in life a man* played, se that he played it well. It showed more clear grit and was ?' more tb a man's credit to . work ten hanrs à day making horseshoes and making good ones' than, to be a minister, dawdle through the week'and preach a poor sermon on Sunday. Mr. Gollyer said he could speak with authority, on this point,, as he had done both. ' The lecturer.. believed most emphati- cally in early marriages, and thought it was a great mistake. for young peo.ple to wait until the bloom of youth had' worn away. He said that a young- man told him about a year a...

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English Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 9 June 1877

English Society. IN Mr. Gladstone's recent. article on Mr. Theodore Martin's ""Lite: of the- Prince Consort," in the '.Church Quarterly Review,' the following passage occurs :-" There has been, beyond all doubt, one perceptible and painful change since tho Prince's death, a depression of the standard of conduct within tire very highest circle of society. In proof of this melancholy proposition, we will specify that branch of morality which may fairly be taken as a testing branch-namely, . conjugal morality. Among the causes of an incipent change so disastrous to our future prospects we should bo inclined to reckon the death of the Prince Consort, and the disappearance from public view of that majestic and imposing, as well as attractive and instructive, picture of a. Court which while he lived, .was always before the eyes o£ the aristocracy aird... the nation." The Prince Consort certainly did the good thing i for England. He purged the Court and made the Royal palaces once moro cle...

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What Weight will a Horse Shift? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

What Weight will a llorac Shift? Air -"'Old-^Subseriber nskà-'us if we can inform him what was the heaviest weight ever shifted by a horse 1 We cannot unswer this question, but we can ihform him that when V"; the Epsom audi Croydon railway wag under construction, a bet was made that any one of the horses; belonging to the contractor and . used to move the trucks, would shift, on the mils, as much as 50 tons. He commenced with 36 tons on a dead level, and reached to 50b tons. He was brought up three times, and three times started with the weight. On ordinary streets and roads, in London, Manchester, Liverpool, and other large towns, where powerful horses are. required, 4 tons is considered a fair load, and we have snen the fine black Yorkshire horses belonging to Truman, Hanbury and Co., three of them pull up Holborn Hill, at least 12 tons. Pickford and Co.'a vans, drawn by 3 horse3 and always on the trot, weigh at 10 tons when loaded. These horses stand from 16 to 17 hand9, and have...

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The Mountain Meadow Massacres. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Tlie Mountain Meadow Massacres. TUE New York ' Herald's ' Lockport corres pondent continues ,the ; interview with Ann Eliza's mother ; Brigham Young's word-was law ; T, among others, implicitlydielieved it as the AY ord'of God. The command of the Prophet to do' anything : whatever made obedience a Sabred ditty. It took away from all crihies the so-called taints pf criminality. It made vico virtue.. It sanctificed pivctice3 totally, : abhorrent to ' Christians, even to civilised hitman nature. A man who yielded to influence like this had no difficulty in getting . anything accomplished.' Ho made himself feared ..as .well as; respected ! through the terrible order of Daiuites to tho clestroyi >g angels,' and' others all belonging to this mis named devilish clan.; They were ready to strike anybody at lifting, of Brigham Young's finger br at such a signal as the scratching of his nose..;' She described the Mountain Meadows massacre as a, brutal and misguided resentment-a blundering m...

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