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The Northern Star. Lismore, June 16, 1877. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

W$t Itartljent <^í¿uv Lismore, Jane 13, 1877.,.. IMMIGRATION. D,ÜRIÑO the pást wéek 'the - minds and tongues of-our - legislators have been much exercised in the discus sion of the above1 topic, which crops up now, and airain, and appears as necessary to the well-doing of pur Colonial Parliaments as the gigan tic gooseberry is to newspaper men. It has been said, that there is, very little now tinder, the sun, and any person reading through the debates on the immigration topic will find nothing but a rehash of the old ar guments for and against,-the Gov ernment, through Mr." PARKES, ar guing that' immigration is necessary for the prosecution of the public works and industries pf the. Colony, while the ,working men, through their representative, MK CAMERON, point out, that the labor market is somewhat depressed at "present, while the wrong sort of 'people are brought out ; and no doubt b'iSh gen tlemen1 'are partly light anil partly wrong, as both past's niay.be over stated...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facetilæ. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

kl '.> "fr-»m i---.-i . r,. -L-v,.-l|.| -v!in:i-x ty:u «i) - -,-. , ., ' T.f "...r.'l.yj U'Wä ' An'ibld''-'womím;1 on'.' being, ©kamuïwl.>v0 .fio'foro a magistrate os-to heï plooéro^Ieg^. 'fletüoraoiíti jwajf ; hskod IfrtaO*^"" aha A -liaiVtfor ijauppoiing'hór'-hnsbaüd^^ .legal^s'ettlement in .'that t'otfn. .\The,oloJ._wi aády'aaid: " He w.a'8'bbrñ arid'marnpd^h^Oj.r.f, ? anfftthey -buried him thore; ^d-Äjj^istt fk,, i .settling there,.wliät'is?" '.'" "I.-' ' ."; .,¿..M. Eaaiet'-Fatoi--When .-c.'dög:,1bark8,,,aftlT vhight>in Japan, ilui'bw» oi';i<.a^-f^fl^rl-..l|.( sentenced to workl'ay6'ár'for,tho"noighppr» T.j that'.'were idist¡úrb6d-.ll' >The';:d'og,,-.gets offi,,,,, ?edsier^being'siiriply lciUod:'' ': /.......-T, .¿«W "'. À; teôtotaïeV cari'ñóvor'prow k'álpinohVbocáusb-lidfias a fiórrof of.a'^nip.,,K,", ÔbèdiéntMMW "Dobbs'sáys'tltat .I^U«*,,¡ij.. óhb of thetribsti obodiontbbysikthoworld,.-*,..;, li Ho tells himto "? db' asiLhót'plaááéKWa ho.(jîJ>, does ...

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Richard A. Proctor on Sea Monsters. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

s Bichard A. Proctor on " Sea Monstpr^s.'-'l j Bichárd A . -Proctor writes viri>- the 'Lontfon^jEjclio.": " The sea-serpent has long been regarded by most persons as simply "^-a^ gigjmJjB/lfraud. Either the object whieTfnppeared like a sea-serpent ;-wnrcsomethingrialtb^ .flpatirig^.trwontanjglod-jinj 'eea-vyectl, ¿Ké¿ ^8¿rpénting¿bnÜmorpí -djst.a.r4jJ¿Usjífe9Ífí '|ôst"nndêr"îne scudding' haze, a - row. of ; Jonpin'g . porpoisès.'or,' if a1 single; living; creature^ at all,' 'then one of 'a? Known1 Bpeciessoen-'under 'unusual: and> ;dfccppti-ve.~, bonditíons-^6xelse'thé£ circumstantial j/'ocf counts-winch could not be .thus explained' away*wore concoctions'of ' falsehood.'^' j -'-'.jY-eti'-íagHthé 'ttàturàljpt ./Gosse '16hg; since pointed out, in his'cunöus'essay'on' i Tha,¡Grpat- .llnkno.wn,' .itv is; altogether nnliHeiysthat nien.lOTow^ali'the :forms of j Î' nimaJ^wddch 'exist in the, ocean,;and the ñíécp4pnt'pr,pbábility against j 'the J;heory~ of ithe.';,e^istence',qf j' cr...

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THE EDITOR AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

iTHB EDITOR' AT^'HOME-', ", ' ?Í'.VJ 'Vt'Ki j*. U,..-- '.>?' !tt¡J-'!*l.-.V:.l. ! '^Woiworçjjljting.in punr^ day, ^sfrgedjij whistling ^,fOK.-pf: tho lively.-. strjdnV from, ou oVaioripí.jitíftUo'psameiíimet -twirling V.p'àir'of. aoUsors t ia;-, tho, air,; andi t wishing; somofö turnr'up,< , as ¡tlii''« K^^jf WM.jów<>e ?-apd.tlip!fl¿p_4ishv ' priptérs"Í3p. iüó ';flppr',abdy'e^ '^^rtó^ña^a^o^tj?^ fpr^cqpy.j .Suddenly >th>. 'dodrpf t¡he_ aaud^ú¡n';)fas,ôp,eniadî'âautiàjMly4:.a^ headreaBralilin^ |ç]yhâf'i3î'°a^d';ajj holjotv .vôipejl.wliiëhtàèeinàâ. to bojae'?tUr'ó\i3)/!jj.,'3pM tube^Xr¿r¿|jthé>' "ape.aliè'r's.báoty, sAicl:'~f,, :>?'" .',',.,'!"' ?'?',<:'? Mo' this a Republican newspaper?!, _ : . " Yos^' wo-answered, decidedly ..convinced 'that .fho'spcakcr had ncvpr.heard of.that.prp .vcrb,'"Glcänlinessis..nextto äodlincss, " and : wondering "Whether he was .a, Councilmanic. candidate, or was a.canvasser, with elegant, rJieiimatlc-lob...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Storysteller. The Girl in the Red Jacket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

trii©' Girl'lM*¿Ú¡&iMed¡> ,..,""., '.J. Jacket. !«ri>/J'" In the summor186-^1 had reached ono ofthoso moments that sometimes1 happen' in life, when wo seem' to-have' como to an .nÄ'oiÄUitheiintefeBta of osistonce. ' '1 ' HowJD.had! boen:brought to-'the'-'hopo lessness of tho hour I can perhaps boat' explain tolmy reader by allowing a glimpse; of a letter :<-.' ^' "';. ?? \',i "Aud'so','my.dear Robbie, wo muât tie onoéj more Ï only/riflflii«.'111 nm áur'oi'nfterall ïbave B»id; yoa'oan understand that the."fátál 'dein-.' lion) in-regard toyour uncle's-piopoRy fal ls'ns heivjly upon mo rna > upou iyou ¡ and -you trill1 appreciate that I do not conceal, from y'otij' B'S' a mora artful girl might do, thnt it is solely on account of. the ,utihappy , termination ,- of your lawÀuit'tbàttniy decision has^boen made; ¡ , : " W ero, my; own incomp, withthe.additiqn of joiir ' Salary, sufficient to maintain , suoll < an, establishment as .our. position'1 in...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Jerseys as Butter Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Um^*1.v^i.-ai+-« AM, « lit:»/. lt .iirJ4»-.i. " ! The ^annual, I'^Qe^^.pl^ijj.^pw,York. ''Stalifc. 'Djiir^4n%»*^W9^iM''^a8'>>M^ . during, first ^woofe of iiDecombor.^. Among '.the.,ftopjo8:/iprós£intod;!wa8.uV' shdwintfofii the jorsoysî aa »buttor ; cows, jbyí'fWVIi'> :JJ^utliöpford'-s"i«tateinoiita ns given .b'y'îthe' ,;TJtica Hèfoldfifo-quote ás' fOUOW'B' S"1 ''.' {* '<.j'HisToiiy.* / " K j AïtÔr:alloting;t'o7.,l;lw? 'I^^qr^ço^'tuct.'. study'bf'ab'reódSjj^btU ''<rteai$Á,, their"'.!,, prac'öp^l^qnalitiqs,,. -, .the -fBpéalój'r prQce¡edod,Yíp trace .tho ijorigih ? of; 4;pcliTpf/ioy .cow>.,i Mniiy, writurs<;IaiinHha1/< .she origiuatodV to ??Brittany -tfr>Norniandyj' Jijit bo îTiantainod-itlïàli-ÎBh'O'rwns first'-Wecf tnpph]the island'of "Jerseyí"^!^ wat[ théít? bnid:^%hô','pui^80^^fdàtt6|riç ' crëàtiï' ,nhd'-lmHèr.;'|'Jïci;'^^ n]ont^iip^ó!a.'tl^o ^fàrhïçVls.evëtf'.tl^ vfojiijl, ?îyjcl&^pïe qn^ «tlit^.^r^t^.pt.iliçj} i...

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THE FATAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

THE FATAL LETTER. ' _« . .- ? She was young, beautiful,", wealthy, and the wife of a French marquis.''What more could thc haart of a .woman desire ? ' In the midst of a crowd of adorers thronging about her, in her'luxurious home, withhor~un [ equaled beauty, it was hard to imagine " a specie upon the garnered fruit." I mingled with the erowd of guests in her costly and elegant salon, watching her as j she stood a queen among them all, for, though the beauty ot the Parisian metropolis was congregated within those walls-the magni fiaient chateau of her husband, the Marquis De "Vale.rie-yet, in personal attractions, Madame la Marquise surpassed them all. How can I describe her faoe? It bas filled me so with despair. Snowy complexions, faultless features,, these all have been written and sung about until such descriptions did pall upon the hearers. I can only say that madame waB beautiful, exceedingly. There was. a subtle charm about her, something that reminded me of " the bird of grac...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Voudoo Juggler. A Story of New Orleans. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

;. ¡The Voudöo Juggler. ' A «tgry of Hew Orleans. '.- ''What ls: ä'r this whispering and' secrec, abputF'í inquired'Victor De Nouville os h stepped silently into the midst of a groilp ' c negroes, whom he bad been watching fo some time with morn than usual interest. All started as if guilty, and ran away a» i detected in som* rilo plot of insurrection, ox cent his own particular servant-« maa mon than ordinarily intelligent, and faithfully at taohod ta him by many kindnesses. But then was aa uneasy look, one of deep mystery even upon his face-an evident desire of avoidanoc '-and his lips remained closed. . '" Como, Tom," said De Noarille gently " tell me what this moans. I overheard thc worda ' to-night,' and fear yon hnve committed yourself to some outrage." The negro still hesitated, rolled his . eyes apon every, side, trembled, and it was only aftei repeatod oomnands and much coaxing thal he answered in the lowest of whispers:. Not heall, Mas'r Viotor." "Why not hero as well as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

DIRECTOR!'. AUCTIONEERS.-A. J. Simpson, R., G. Balmor, R. Burgess, aud A. McCracken, Casino ; Ci. C. Britt, Lismore ; ,T. Perry, Alstonville ; J. Irwin, Gundurimba ; W. Gullun, Woodburn. BANKS - COMMERCIAL - Manager-W. H. Drukc, Casiuo ; R. Dawson, Lismore. - BLACKSMITHS.-Li8in.,rp -James Baillie, W. Loekct; Woodlawn-J. Simes. BUILDERS, ETC.-Lisuiore~W. Saville, R. Mae kouzie, J. Barrow, J. Fox, AVotlicr»poou Bro thers. BUTCHERS.-Lismore-J. Bryant; North Lis more-J. Peate ; South Lismore-W. Webster ; Wardell-H. Duncan ; Ballina-J. C. Ryun. ., CASINO SCHOOL OF ART3.-OiRjers- Presi dent: iV C. Bindook, Eiq. ; Viuo-prosidoats:. Messrs. J. Grime and R. Birliug; Socu-etary: Mr. H. L. Jamej; Troasuror, Mr. A. J. Slmp sJU ; Custodial* : Alaster 1. A .kyw. . Open, for( tue pres.nt, on Tus-Uy, Friday, and Saturday evenings lrum 7 to ¡r.¡0 p.m. CHEMISTS.-J. Stocks, Caniaba; W. E. Reed, and J. 1'. F- Wi.lkcr, Libinoie. CLERGY.-Ohm-.ih ot Eu-lan 1-TLmry Po-tor, B A., aal tl c\ Na .v: >u ; it...

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Ex-President Grunt. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Ex-Presitlent Grunt. TnB ' Timos,'. commenting upon tho an nouncement that ox-President Grant is shortly to visit,England, observes that state ment seems to rneaU/'an almost forgotten personage. Am'dynUthe fre.sh ii.tiie*t of the recent Presttjential contest, it was not, porhnps, surprising that General Grant should have^b'eeu. forgotten';? but it'must he owned tliore is some want-both of grace and'of'justice in this summary, oblivion of a retiring ruler. We . may , hëï. confident, hnwevor, that tho silence is only temporary. General Grant's'?Presidency of eight .years hns-beon a perio 1 of Amorican history/which cannot but lin regarded heronftor ns of moro than tisnnl in'eris*. ' It is not too mu'ih to say that he h :d.' rendered tho people of the United Status the greatest service of any man-President Lincoln perhaps oxooptod--_ since the days of Washington. ;.; Ho hud not morely overcount tho most forniidaldn danger that eyer threatened thom by 'his Quäl vut iorit'sovor Leo; it w...

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Captain Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Captai» Cook. A. REPORT has boeu received at the Admi rality from Commander Long, of Her Majesty's ship Fantome, giving a detailed description of the measures carried out by ordor of tho Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty for the improvement of the site of the monument erected in Kealakekua or Karakakoa Bay, in the island of Owhyhee, to the memory of Captain Cook. Rear Admiral the Hon. Arthur Coohraue, late Commander-in-Chief on the Pacific station, after visiting the islands in 1875, drew the attention of the Admirality to the state of the monument, and on his application the Princess Like-like (now Mrs. Cleghorn), the sister of tho King of the Sandwich Islands, who originally presented a piece of ground as a site for the memorial, added to her former generosity by bestowing an additional plot of about half an acre for an enclosure. At the Admiral's suggestion the Admirality, with the concurrence of the War Ollice, gave ? lirections for 12 old 32-pounder guns, which were in store...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE- ' Clarence River Heads-Monday and Thurs day, G a.m. Iluka-Monday and Thursday, 7 o.m. fJ-Woodburn-Monday and Thursday, 5 p.m., and leave for Lismoie on Tuesday and Friday, 5-30 a. m. : > - ? v '. . '. ? - Wyrallah-Tuesday and Friday, 8*30 a. m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday, 10*15 a.m. Lismore-Tuesday and Friday, ll o.m. . . ' DEPART- - . EiBtnorc-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Satin-day, 3*30 p.m. WooJb.im -Ttieáitiv ami. Saturday,.-? p,tri., and luava foi- Ckti-ouje tljadj on oa Wednesday and Sund iv, at li a.m. ' Iluka-Wod.jesd.iy and Sunday, 4 p. nu ' ' .. Clárense Huada-Wednesday .and Saturday, 5 p.m. . . . ... Mails close, for II.'ijistured Trotters, one hour, and Ordinary Iwttors, thirty miuutijs beibro dapaitUi-c. . . . ? . 2Î. SHARPE, Postmaster. .?

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

' 187?. TITVEE TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-MON DAY, l-30 p.m. Casino-WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 10 o.m. Kynumboon-TUESDAY, 10 a.m. Tirraniu-SATURDAY, 11-30 a. m. . Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, ll o.m. DEPARTURES FOR Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-SATUR DAY, 10-30 a.m. Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. Tirrania-SATURDAY, 12 noon. ; Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and Iluka--TUESDAY, and SATURDAY, 1 p.m. ,

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

Woodburn (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) The order of the day of late has been building. It is not long since Messrs. J. and A. Lang completed their commodious premises, con- sisting of Store and Dwelling-house in the township, and where they are now carrying   on business as general Storekeepers. Our enterprising neighbour, Mr. Robert Gollan, has been busily engaged for some time in erecting large premises on his property, and which are nearing completion, and when complete will be open n by a Mr. Winton of Port Macquarie as an hostelery to be known as the Woodburn Hotel. The want of a first class hotel has long been felt both by the   residents and the travelling public. Of the             latter many will I am sure concur with me that it would have been often a camp out but for the kindness of W. Gollan, Esq. who   has always on all occasions thrown open his doors to ...

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Free Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Free Selections.   The following were made at the Casino Land   Office, on Thursday, June 7th :   John Flick, 40a, parish of North Lismoro,   measured portion No. 36.       Patrick Meaney, 40a, parish of South Ballina, adjoining the eastern boundary of his con- ditional purchase of March, 1867.     Ann Hanley, 40a, parish of Riley, the Crown   lands between her conditional purchase of   August, 1876, and portion No. 31. Michael Cusack, 40a, parish of North Lismore,   adjoining the western boundary of his con ditional purchase of October, 1876. Oliver Richard Jones, 48a. parish of West Coraki; measured portion No. 23. Mountford Harris, 100a, parish of North   Casino, within lines starting at the south-west       corner of portion 79, then south along Casino population boundary an...

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Is Venus Inhabited. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 June 1877

Is Venus Inhabited.       So far there is nothing that we have learned about Venus which does not agree with the idea that the planet is a world like our earth, where, people like ourselves might live comfortably. Now, Venus has her axis much more slanted than the earth's, so that her seasons must be very marked indeed. Thus, the heat of her summer weather must be even more terrible than we thought just now. But there is yet another point to be noticed. You know that on the upper   slopes of lofty mountains there is snow all the year round, even in the torrid zone. That is because the air up there is so rare that it does not act like the denser lower down, which is a sort of clothing for the earth, keeping the heat from escaping. Now, if the air of Venus was very rare something of the same sort might happen on that planet, just as the people who live in torrid zones seek the high mountain slopes in the hottest seasons in the year, ...

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The Rival Songstresses [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 June 1877

I3VÏDLtlÈ;"déi * í-Mureta' .ilmsl.becn» vindisppsed ,in", Sun Francisco;" andlunablb.to appear íi.tbíot'é.» -ThV.f6U6>ífing.BtiggestÍYe yeisiomóf tho cause is given by tho * Chrônidle,',:r+-AïiLUo. ¿Im'á' ~do~Murskà's indisposition, wkioh li »a lately [p^foTS^JlierT |ppetíra«coTat the ^Baldwin Academy rôi 'JIusic^ is *"rendered-the'more , <íe$0rlblá ÁW'ñ'tne circiîhîstSniie^xplaitfêtl" Warthe unavoidable JdiBappoiiitinetít'of, hqr. 1 taumerbhs'admiröis-ia fini.no, taapiior .wttribu^' ; 'tfybWto^lid'p^im^ of sftniWy ', jíj^f'ü^ogs^^^ -fogs! .?nô.Wm'prO^Iaji^r^ll.^Sj^ïa^j .''as^'ärjxiötis . i /inmyrers baye t asc^rbupccl, .{nprjnaisposltip^ ¡of . 1h Ef ,sojig^rés,s' gi-ow'.çîit'^fj ari' litad vor tienpo, fÛiïheY^WOep.tiincp.i'içf/aibou^ùçji1.' The 'gift', liwaS'íténder¿ttJby.'>Hei'r 'Muller, fth.è baritone of '^^lî^irtf/fCôfn^iyp'ùîandiatïto putative' husbana bl&ffiadamh1 Fhbbri.< '¡ lidia received] -tIu^^crntë~mo^ » spirit finJ whiotiL.^it wai best...

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Brain Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 June 1877

sou.ii<F*fecture -on brain livéroü'b'ef'ore the ÎBradf ord fíiíIósop^ícufSoMe^ Browne, reports jàje ^Lanpet/^jWe pçomineHoe to ¡t-he iutjmajó .,£eja£ioniÇoÇ|ôp<l, Md'''töain--ivÖi;l>, ¡ i.nçulça^ngiâjVjioYÎ vi£qicli jt^jiW'of ''daily''ïh| I creasing .coñceí-n tííé pror'essîjn'!.''iind!:,'tllê public shouldjMt.pverlook. Citing !Próféss'6i; Clchghton's "fiiinilirtr1 tJiOTirpáksoñ; ' bf' >'the relative Strength ól'íhe ïpopard and the "deer - the vegctobie-îàedoi'J1 iMifbiMt£0$fcd*» powdV'of'? lBfa'ÛtrVance'/'ttiô.fle8Îi.ea!teri a (réserve of force mere rapidly ïiUerafbd ^foîva rush, Dr. Cii5hîSjn' "Pr6V['fao!ifappUedlthj3, principio eldchlatéd ,te .brain I ^ljr^}i^...!Hp* sliowcd ,thjit.fajgo-highiy,.nitrpgeii^nSj-dièt will,yiduce a tendency to.jC^Jopwe^rcj, olf°n'i'italúlity. The habit, (pf (ieatin«, ;ç.«èsÂve,o[uah<jitie3 of animal ï^cylV p^í^cuTi^^in';-'casel where the ' indiyMfl^'ii81'e^osÖÄ!to «ia«y;'rtiid'-'frequent "câïïses oi-iriitation, ....

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The American Labor Market. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 June 1877

*B¿arkct. doux.i "TnE-«^ITáíry^BXvffAhfcrjtíst published and'. corrirnirkiïfltuyoÂSh'ô füllöwitgAelegramjfrpm u ÎRpToralW çlinditjöhjW Jiha labor . biàrket! in. aT/lHÍO ?U»n5BdiSt<{£^^ .communicaindn-"':\vrth the, trades Unions . throughout tho country fix the number of the unemployed, in tho United States at 2,000,000, of whom 60,000 arc in this «Hy. Tit^soîl il^pèai {aro íjlíS^lA f^nieybatj exníisoratod, ,, .The -ruuubpr ,0X.ure¿u>ípyed in .STo*r ^Â-HÂ ^IÍMMUQ 4l.^0JLSÍace that time thereftljty çpf ojidft^j.b S itnprove I Ment. Nb revivál of» bùsniess is expected fdr the next aix'vtnpnthfti'^f^ape/ijiip'nciu^y' all 'occupations '? bftye fallen :c'*wde_rab}yj nnjl still tend 'downward.'; 2íó ri«lwáy$ .are^eingr made, many-?? oíri'the -.factoriesj/. ií*,>:N<íw., England are closfefl/'áha móre^than. hjd£'the . operatives' iii that' «ection .. are .outj ofcwqrJc.] l'ri'tbe'ininin^ districts -themis grejit^listrjcwííj Trie -Titibof Bui^:of«!thisdtyr¡repoi:ts...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Commercial. SYDNEY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 June 1877

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Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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