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The Turkish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Thc Turkish Parliament. THE session of the first Turkish .Parliament, which commences on the 13fcli inst., promises to he anything:but,a barren one if tho minis terial programme, of which the details are given by the ' Levant Herald,' is carried out. .The various bills;qr . projects of law, organic and incidental, specified in the Constitution as requiring to be submitted for the considér ation of Parliament when it meets, are being .framed by a Special Commission ad hoc appointed in pursuance of the Sultan's that, and divided , into various sub-commissions, the members of which are all public functionaries of mark, and of them possessed of special knowledge on the various subjects to be dealt with. The . drafting of the following bills is, it is stated, nearly cjHpleted : -1. The regulations . for goyi^Hig the proceedings of Parliament. . 2^9^Bblectoral Law,'to.conic into , bperatiq'riiflH^^^ear. 3. Tile law for the rebrganisatiqjíf^he provinces of;the;principle of'- decentralisati...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A Sugar Famine. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

> - . -' , ."VIT . ? - . ^ffiggffi" Famine. Joit^.PJápBÍHi^rTtJio Loudún'correspoñdent o .l¡be£&*M. . Herald,'-'writing respecting tl-< ¿ibbve, says,-Another industrial subjoct' ii which New Sentit Walosi is more directly concerned is the threatened sugar famine, t< which allusion has been made in' previoni fetters. . The ' "Globe ' says :-" Some time ago wt pointed .-out that the United States appeared tobe threatened with a sugar famine. Or the 1st instant'the stock on hand -was actually reduced to 9972 lpns, or hardly much more than two weeks''consumption. The figures Lore 9972 tons in 1877 os against 34,540 tons I on the same date in 1876, and 53,094 . tons in 1875. Supplies are now on tho way from Trinidad and the West India Islands, and also from . British ports-. Last' year large supplies Svere sent from China to Europe and America, but- stocks in thet country have become so much reduced that prices are now actually higher.than in London, and ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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THE WAR. LONDON, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

THE WAR. ' ?? LoViiow, JOKE ll. - It is reportad that the Russians are retreating,. between Kars and Erzerouin, having abandoned . OltL The Russian .Government ha3 ordered a new military levy of 220,000 men., . * JUKE 12. _".Tne,.T.urks.liave been successful at Mont énégro. The Russians , are massing . troops opposite Riistchiik. ' O'Jibial despatches state that.-the, Russians attempted the pissaro of ' the'Danube,1 but'were repulsed. The Turkish troops'fróm Batoun are now operating in - the Circassian Provinces.. The right wing of the Russian army, in Asiatic Turkey ? Í3 falling back on Barrak.: ? ? The Marquis of Salisbury, when speaking at a banquet in London, insisted on the necessity - of the maintenance of peace, ami said that England would be ready ta defend her interests, if attacked. The Russian press is indignant at the notion of peace, without solid guarantees. Di The Turkish Chambers lia ve sanctioned the raising of a forced loan of five millions. The Berlin papers cousi...

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Opening of the Turkish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Opening oí" the Turkish Parlia ment. THE ' Times' correspondent, telegraphing on Monday, March 19th, says :--The Ottoman j Parliament was oponed.to day in the nploudid Throfce^fcarof' the 'Dolmabatcbe" Palace. There were present_jibc>utj30 SDnators,_N§0. ~Dëpîïtiës7 ingh^frîiîc"tiouariês, tTlëmasiOrnerais diplomatists, and journalists. All the heads of Legations, except the Russian, were preseat. The Sultan entered, holding his speech, and delivered it to his Firsti Secre tary, who read it inaudibly. The reading Listed 20-niinutes, th«1 Sultan standing before the Throne, his left hand resting on his sword hilt, his rirrht oceasionally stroking hil ino,.stäche, thu Sultan's plain dres-i contrast ing with the gorgeous military and civil costumes surrounding him. There were no seats in the room exco;>t the Throne. Tue spjech having been read, the Sultan withdrew, - and ou leaving w.w . greeted by the soldiers! ?with cries of " Long . live the Padishah !"; TJie nssemblave was -gra...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Latest Commercial. ., ¡_BY TELEGRAM.] . ' / . , , SYDXBT, JUJÍB 15. . MENSES. H. PRIESTLY and Co. report. ' that ; maize. was ...selling this day at- S2s. lOdper bHshel; eggs, la 6d per uozen; fowls,' 33 per .pair; ducks, 03 per pair; l)acon,n>10d 4por lb. ;1 'butter, ls- 7d' per lb.; choose,: 10 d perlb. ; potatoes, 63 psi' CWt.- ... . . . .. . ?.<. >

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The Agent-General. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

'i'lte A'jejit-Wajiiiiul. THE following lutter vus laid on tho table of t!io Legislative Assembly on Friday last. On Monday Mr. llobertsou gave notice of motion, condemning tho tone of tho lotter of the Colonial Seuretary :-" Colonial Secre tary's,oilluo, Sydney, 2nd May,,1877. The attention of tho Government has berm callad to a paper untitled the ' Fallacies of Federation' published ia 'Tho Colonial' newspaper of February 27, under your name as ' Agont (.fuiieral of Now South Wales,' and said to have baen read by you in that capacity before the Colonial Institute, and aho to letters hearing your name in previous issues of the same paper, in which you indulge in very frei.' criticisms on tho state of political parties in Ñosv South Wiles.. The question is altogether waived for. tho prc\S3iit as to thu. propriety of un ollLcr of clio Govomiueiit clothed with the representative chara ¡tor of Agont-Genoral indulging before the English pu (die in general political utterances wlic'i may...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF. ENGLAND SERVICES. Third Sunday in each Month-Casino, at ll a.m. ; Tomki, at 3 p.m. ; Casino, at 7*30 p.m. ; Woodburn, at ll a.m. ; Coraki, at 3 u p.m. ¡ Wyrallah, at 7.30. n HENRY PORTER B. A., 1\ IL KEVyxON, Assistant Curate. :

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Wyrallah. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] June 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Wyrallah. [_FROXt OU» CÓUUKSPbífDEST.J J une lltli.' THE School of Arts here "received the sum of 17a. being the amount collected as an oU'erinjg from tho United Presbyterian body hold'ai-j; divine snrvico in that place, and 15s. from tho Free Church Congregation. Barely we may borrow the old saying, all contributions thankfully received. Tho Hov. Mr. Mcinnes, from the Claronoe, g ive a sermon in tho Sjhool of Arts here ou Thursday afternoon, ia (Gaelic) to a sui ill congregation of Caledonians who probably wished to hear and encourage tho old loved tongue whose gradual extinction under what would appear- tbs universal Engli-.h is o.dy ti matter of time, although, eil'jrts aro nov made by providing a Chair for Gaelic, in Edinburgh, to foster a tasio for that tongue or language. Tile ui3uting hell to apply for a Ce uotery und to fence in t;ie pro.-.e.it "Burial Ground was a total failure, only two putting in aa nppe trunca. So much for np ithy. Acjording to tulvertisemeat in the ' St...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

.^.PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. Tho Rov. D. MóIWNES, of ROCKY MOUTH, ; -: . . will (D.V.) jiraaoh at IiISiI0RE-7-0n 17th Juno, at ll a.m., and I Wyrallah, at 3-30 p.m.

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

SHIPPING NS WS. - LISMORE!'. " ; . ARB rVALS. Jnno 12.-Bonnie Dandee, schooner, from Sydney. ...',> . June 15.-Venus, -ai-hoxuwr, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. ?June 12.--Lavini, schemer, for Sydney.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

'ii v, c JL.lTESi' : TELBUK-1MS. . . (From the Australian Associated Pms.) '. .':.:..?* SYDNEY, JUNE l.V ?>.. The Assembly is making better . progres» .Srlth1 the' : ' Estimates ; and . the ; Colonial "Treasurer has stated that all tolls would bj abolished at the end of the year. Yester night was occupied iu a discussion on Colonel Jervoise's report on the Defences of the Colony, and very little progress was made. Tlie Upp n- Hollie has carried a motion of constire on the_.Premier in reference in the letter sent to tue Ageiit^General,. by .a majority'of eight. ? ' ' ; . .. .. . The weights are issued for the Melbourne Cup, Barb,, top, ? at 9 ,stone 31b*. others r«m<rihflt do.vti to five, soven. , Maize, 2a lOd to 33. j

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

BALLINA. ARRIVALS. Jane 13.-Mary Grant, Bonnie Dundee, "Venus, uni Schoolboy, schooners, from Sydney. ..-June 14.-Luqy BAVOI, schooner, from Sydney. , . June-15.-Platypus, s., from-Sydnoy,. and Alpha; schooner; from Newcastle. ... s v DEPARTURES. - June 10.-Majjaret, schooner, for Sydney.

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Woodburn Court of Requests FRIDAY, 8TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Woodburn Court ol' Requests FRIDAY, 8TII JUNE. Before tho P.M., and W. (lor,, LAS, Esq. J.P. William Greer v. Richard Dagg-A claim for £2 7n lOd for goods sold and delivered, ?which defendant said were never received. Thia case was adjournod for a month ia order for plaintiff to produce his hooks. ! Slaughtering. Licenses 'were granted to Henry Norman, and Charles Normau, . both of Woodburn. ?

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Cricket * A CRICKET MATOU was played at Wilson's Creek, on the 9fch instant, between the Wilson's Creek" ami tho Gundurimba. Cric'iel Clubs, when the former won, with 24 runs to spare, after a well contested game. The following aro thc scores : GUNDUJtiMHA CLUB.-First Innings. G. Edwards, e fl. llirris. 14 H. Mallott, e J. Foley. O C. Marryatt, b J. Simes. 1 R. Johnson, b J. Simes.- 2 J Roach, o J. Cusack. 0 J. Johnson, c T. Simes .............. O T-Johnson, b J Foley . 2 F. Scrivener, run out. 4 G. Brownly, b J. Simes-. . 2 W. Gerrard, b J. 0 -sack . 0 J. Aahmead, not out.. . . . 3 Byes and wides .'.. 5 Total _.. 33 Second Innings. G. Edwards, c J. Simes. 3 R. Mallott, not ont ..............- 0 C. Marryatt, c Jenn Simes.. 1 lt.' Johnson, c James Sim's ".. 1 J. Roach, b J. Cusack .. 0 J. Johnson, c T. Simes. G T. Johnson, b J. Simes ............... 0 P. Scrivener, run out .............. ... 9 G. Brownly, c M. Cusack. 4 , W. Gerrard, c w. Somorville. 0 J. Ashinead, c M. Cii3ick. 7 By...

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Lismore School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

.^9:MthmOre- School -of ArisT"'-'' ' THE ^following lotter. ..has been courteously handed''" to'' us, "for pubUcatlon, . by. the Secretary:- ;,"''.' .."?'? ? .. ^Lismore,'Richmond'River,' ... .... . . May 16th, 1877. ; SIR,-I do myself the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter, No. M. S. 96-115S1, of 27th March last, with tracing enclosed, (showing?:--what' portions' of landv! there aro available as a site for ..the Lismore School of Arts.Building, in Section ll, of:the village of'Lismorev . , ..,>;:> . Uponi0referring' 'to' the Land Agent at Casino, the - Committee- lind that " numbera ' 1, 2, aud 3, .of section ll, were sold to Gibson Brothers,, ?on, |26th^ February;*. ;187.5,''.the remaining three .'lots'are liable-tb'floods, and have .had-r O'ver.lö feet of water,, thei eon. Under/~ these ¡- circumstances, I am instructed by the Committee of the-Lismore School of Arts to renew my former .application, which was for 'the N.W. corner oE the reservid square section'10,, ...

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Not a Chicken. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

At pracisoly two o'deck by tho halls tho ; otllor luonung'a policeman caught sight of a negro'who was skulking along a fence,, and ho called upon .luna to stop.,-, ....., Bte in « big'hurry to ketch, da raawn,- ' big train? called "back tho .African. , :,. -, r -.Tho ofncor'throatouo'd 1» shoot, if ho chd. 'not stop, and tho skulker halted... ' , . -, . '! Does -you ' imagine ,that .1 |hess. got: a chicken lieah ?" ,ho'askqd, aa^tho, officer approached.' '1 "' 1 ' ~. ' _ ' . .. | ?" Yes;' " sir-that's " exactly what I imagine." "And if I hozen'tgot: a chioken I kui, go right down to de depot, "kin J"? " ' ".I guoss yon can." . ."Woll, sali,'don gazo "on dis yore an' toll ino il do name is chicken.!" said>tho. man/as ho pulled a big goose around in ¡front of him. i '? -Tho officer wont back ou his word,. and . took' tho negro under nrrotjt, and "tho victim was yeatorday explaining : ?, v ^." AVliar's do uso ob tryin' to got along wal dcm p'heomon ? Do best way is to drop do goose ...

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Woodburn Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 8TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

WoodburajCourt'of Petty Session:?. CC FRIDAY, 8TII JUNE. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M., and J. GOLLAN, Esq., J.P. Thoa. Goddard v. Margaret Dwyer-For using threatening language. Af 1er hearing tho case, the iiench ; dismissed the summons, after cautioning tho defendant to lie mero careful'in the future. ' ! Magarnt Dwyer v. Thos. ? Goddard-This ¿ó ?vms a cross, ."ction arising out of . ithe'-foimer \ case,, for abusivo language Tho Bench nlso in this case ' after cautioning the defendant, dismissed the oase> ', ' ' , .'. , , ,

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Properly Appreciated. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Properly Appreciated. '-' :'<My dearest'Fidtieiáj" lío saidj'as^they; stood'>d>óneah!a frört in'?'ä^.flbo'd.V of ''mboh^'j Íijrlít;!,'T,Myq^ ,if qi-^'this;; IdissíuV^ jnowTbadlk;^ ,¿Ilolijjh.$s ¿that ¡ str.uggíp; "tip'; ¡for .utterance, i '^^^bo\p,i^^g^a^e'.o£ibeäioon-d&y.'. ?jSiin,.wqiild I.wjnsppr to .thee ó£ .t'iojswoet' Qojvo that has tingod my who]o being wrtlt >a| cel^s^ijil^^rightiiossi'. but ..inn this soft* ' silvery?1shop.n,- oft tbeijconstant .rhöoh would ! jT IsyliabloT'iorthi.thciiopstatio'äong'df Eros/' 'ph'IüiiCdnst; thpu^roalize» rhow);lik'e,;' t;h'o'-| ''rnjdiance«of «'hoa.Ven-jtliy' beadty, 'beuihísvl ,upou îttoî- 'Aiid!i shkll' iiot the ; bbïsâed'i ,bóon''d7ó'i!álw'a'yB jMÍfne^'!1^iít'.:^{ií^:,'iióík¡ . i houoè'foitUffor Trill ^p^tí^'j^^/.^e^mó"'.; .thejrjgHt'^^ s Co*nt{un*iiïid,^ . worldT ^Hl,rí£,;í¿lxy ('smiles,,eeúld ¡bo mine¡i Avh^llfó'sjjpujd. last,jthey. ;w:ould shed-r* ' :ihjBy^^fll^'(BlipdTwa-4a Ah,-.doarest,;they;: ?w^uldrsjift...

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A SOUVENIR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

,,Q,d«op brown.oyos, thatgazod to mino t (,0¡pyes|o£, .beauty meet divina I<¡.-.: . : 1ÖJuBtrous eyos^liko stqrs at night , ? Th»tldud'tho Wary traveller ligh^ tc, .,.,(,.,, ,0 gaze in. mino once more I . .^Qm^p^'Umii^b^' whisper o£ lovo fliike musîo'fcem thesphorea abovo ; '.Ôjporçhçd lips l .tliat could »ot wait ; ¡ [jO lips '.that sealed tho, book of Fate J. . h>í* ,4?JWlrr^)9jl**9.í'>r.áie. -.»?..,-. ii ., j'jÖ.^iu^^ .,' , ..; Oiiié'so flited with cloud and rain ! À faded'oro wn'now crowns my love,.;-' .. It breaks my heart to seo. O blissjtob brief I <Ah I lif o, BO long¿ %' So full of "righi, yetL flllpd ISvith wrong ; ßo full of ploasuros stoepod in pain ; . ?Of tours'and'sniilos, and sorrow's rain l'i'.i Is there no1 sun-for trio ? '- ' ""' idijiv.l «ii( li« ;..i,. ? .>.. .. ' !.. ,0 empty.heart I 'tho hird is gond ;' iTJie¡all!of lifèiiBnearlydono.;' ' ? ' ¡"Tislall'a dream now love has flown','' ' ' ' Awake to grief ! I Uaralonep ' ' ' .'.'. ...

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The Poet. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

IN MEMORIAM. Ohres! she'sgono; Iraissthatgenialfacé, I miss the old familiar voice, j Thatfell in accents soft, throughout the place, " That warned tho yoong, and made the old (?'?¿..'rejoice. ^ "'. -'. ' , I miss that gentle footstep on'the floor, , ; That moved in silent, easy grace,'" It's «till I' we hear its fall on'earth no moré, It walks in joy in th'abiding placo'/ 1 '. ', In'^tarmoil,', and in grief'', .'.she. rjari her "earthly.raco, f( '. "./.,.-,'(!.., Here, Borrow and affliction \vere .heriot, Tet'nb^'she rests' in .'everlasting peaee, -L;. A^ere^eiglw/arid.tears, for eyer are forgot, ' She sleeps' in silence 'mong the flowers]' The dear, fond heart hos fled,! H .'-'[ "' No.more on;earth, she'll itraco tho Trearjr hours) ' And honor,'truth, and lovo are dead. ' Her's was a hourt that ever beat ' II* ¡sympathy for sorrow'and distress, ' A' heart-witni goodness ayô replete, In kind, in puro disinterestedness. ' " ;v She ever toîfëd~for others hero,' With warmast.svish,",a...

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