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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

V*' DEPARTURES. «Tune 23.-Alchymist, s., for Clarence River.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

BALLINA, Juno 24.-Examiner, schooner, from Sydney. June 20.--líoptuneí schooner^ from Sydney. . June*'29.'-Amuhitrite, and" Rob Roy, schooners,.from Sydney. Y ; '"""- ? ^^x>Wj&ïy~Rtsy ' ~ Juno 23.-Venu«'; -arid "Wallace and Briice, schooners, for Sydney. June 24.-Siihoolhoy; barque, for Sydney. June 27.-Mary Grant, schooner, for Sydney. ,. June 28.-Alpha; schooner, for Sydney. ,

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casino Small Debts Court. MONDAY, 25TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Casino Small Debts Court. MONDAY, 25TH JUNE. Before the P.M., and J. GRIME, Esq., J.P. McLean v. Mooney.-Claim: £10, for ?value'of a heifer and steer, which plaintiff bought from R. Burgess, ngent for M. Mooney, and damages sustained by loss of time, and money paid in re-delivering the said cattle back to . John Curtin, in pursuance of an order made by the Lismore Bench. Defendant pleaded not indebted. Tho. Bench ruled' that defendant could not be held responsible. Plaintiß' accepted a non-suit. Mr. Allingham, for plaintiff, and Mr. James, for defendant. Hill v. Britton.-Claim £10, for detention of a portmanteau. On account of a legal objection raised by Mr. James in reference to the abandonment of a portion of his olaim by the plaintiff so as. to bring tho case within tho jurisdiction of the Courtj'/ the Police Magistrate held the objection ,to be fatal, and the plaintiff was non-suited. ; ; Mr. Allingham, for plaintiff.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Casino Police Court. MONDAY, 25TH JUNE. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., and JOHN GRIME, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Casino Police Court. MONDAY, 25TH JUNE. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., and JOHX GRIME, Esq., J.P. , / J. Brown v. G. Layton.-Claim ;f!£10,18s, for work and labor done. . This was a case under the Masters'- and Servants Act,. and after bearing the evidence, the Bench made ¡an. order for £10.13s"6d, and all costs,"Mr. ' James, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Allingham, for defendant. T. Brassey v. <5k Layton.-Claim ¿£14 5s, for work done This was a similar elise to the former, and tho Bench gave a verdict for the «mount, with costs. Mr. James for pliiintiïF, and Mr. Allingham, for defendant A. Hyes 'v. B,. Grecnstreet.--Claim! £Q , 12s Gd, for work done. This was a similar i «case, and tho verdict was for the plaintiff, r

Publication Title: Northern Star
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How to Succeed. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

]^ow -to' Succeed'. ¡ If your aent ¡8 hard to pit upon, stand up. If a rock'Wea'up before"'-jaúí rôll''It.iway ot climb 0TBr,iti ';Jf yóh ynnt 'frioncyi, o«rn it. IttokeVlOriger tb; Bkin'inri"oleph'»ht' than a mouse, ^but the" skin j is'wort» "something. If yotrwarit confld^ncéi prôvè yourself ^worthy cf it. Db nolb'è'co'ntènt wiih doing whiít another has done-¿-*urpass it3'' ' 'Deaerve'1 auc'cess, and it will come. ' Th'o boy, WÀB-not 'born a man. The sun docs nut risa like a rocket, ec go down line a bullet fired from .a gtiri-rslowly and surely it innkea'its'ronfid, and nëyér.,tire8 It in as'ens'y to bo à leader na a Vhc'elMiorse. If tho job be long, tho pay'will be greater ; If the task be hurd, the more competent you must bo to do it.' * " ;' ' ,' ' '.'

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Free Selections. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Free Selections. THE following were mndc at tho Casino Land Office oh Thursday, 21st Juno :-w _ Charles Barry, 40a, parish of Tunstall. Hemy Flick, 80a, parish of Blakebrook. Thomas Paddon, 40a, parish of South Bal- lina. - ... ' John Kcnnowell, iola, parish of Woram. .: B. Duffy, 40a, parish of South Ballina. , John O'Connor, 40a, . parish of South Ballina. . ? -. ?. John M'Eachran, 40a, parish of Broad- water. ? -?.:_??:??-.-< James Malone, 40a, parish of East' Gun- durimba.' ' . " '''".?/

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Northern Star. Lismore, June 30, 1877. A BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Lismore, June 430,'187?. A BUILDING SOCIETY. íWHiLE.;it Js,gjAtifvmgfto, record the "growth or ifcliiSf^júyíi «from time to time, an impartial Kóbserve,r cannot shut his eyes , to /the .fact,..that...the demand for dwelling-houses suitable .to persons bf moderate' means is far in excess of the supply ; and while we. deprecate -over-trading, and the undue expansion of the town,'by'at tracting people .';fr<)m agricultural pursui ts, ; we cannot, forget that very many valuable industries and; resi- dents are lost to tho. town.from the want of proper house ,acci)aimbda tioñ ; while j' at the same, time,. the health of many ' persons, especially children1, suffers - froni the wretched house' shelter afforded at pr.efien t, in many ;:inatances;/:i'In this, r as J/.iii many, other, things: in : this' district, the' spirit- is no doubv willing, but the - flesh ; is ' weak '; /br,^ iii :votlier words/the, capital bf our landholders does "not' incïëàse quickly enough tc» 'enable^ i...

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Lismore Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, 22TH JUNE. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., and J. STOCKS, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Lismore Small Délits Ci»urL . WEDNESDAY, STTJT JTTifK*] Before IL S. ELLIOTT; Esq., and J. STOCKS, Esq., J.P.. . ; Robert Mackenzie yv ; Spencer .Cottee. Claim £9 10s> for dishonored promissory note.' On a technical objection raised by Mr. Allingham, who apjwared ' for the defendant, the plaintiff elected to take a non-suit. - Thomas Moss v, William and Elizabeth Thomson.-Claim ¿10, for damage donetoa. growing : crop. The evidence in ; this case ?was much tho same as previously given in this journal, and the Bench gave a verdict for plaintiff for .£5, and costs. Mr. .Alling- ham, for plaintiff. , . Kaspar Fromuller v. James Bryant. Claim £.7, for price of a fat cow, < verdict for plaintiff in amount, with costs.

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A WHALE WAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

;.,r - ..ii A>\V1IAL13_WAIL;> '¡ JTlMwhilo'In'tut- Newarkaquarium,, ¡,,, J 'lfômàrk'e'd":"t' 'Waters wot., -Thora; rjnry¡ nxnr f.- .-i HI,-.! '' ^'Brella'fo',co'ver,'j','' 'Vi,-; ', ' - , ,0 j t,.-!ii{m'«<. « ' My nnkedhoss' oTsr,'' ,:,., J,., . : ,I.know I'll^o|)IpJ»,>i.^o^up¡!.rr.n3"- ,VL " ! . ,Tó'oe'eVpaáis'of^'it^nqnniïùrn " -VónrAÍ, t ?'?"? <'.'?"/?-? '^'/Phatjo p'piritóri,':,, A ' ' . '-i" i, .,-'.'Tóp'ínipyjthé;domihion r ''To'.hb'a' tip', top '^f^^tt^.^¡;j".,{¿;.'n'j ¡. ,,'.*;- ! vniji" ";ivl"1",'. ,", "]",', j,.".,.¡ -...., ¡ 'Wh'a'n'they B'M.^>«ht.%Mi¡í»bf?>*j*í9if?W j.üii ,-..-u»-.- 'here,,'_',',; Jt~ ,'i',!.''.,,',,'.'..?( ,í"'i<, Théy ttíonght'to'íií'nko riohtliOjOrjuhrium.' .r ?? i,.- )-;--Í . ?'Wiejn fié.'anWered.and' died,- ¡ 'f '.' . Seáis'and. fishes' AU cried,'. «'Let's go In'proee8slón;and'.búry,,mI.V..'..-..i,,

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The Poet. YAWCOB STRAUSS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

? ,i ; I h«f Ton fuoujr ieodle poy,-1 , -J .ii! I ; i -,yptopme9 Bcliust to mino knee;; I1-¡I;:.T j Der queerestschap, der ereaCoat rogae,.? I As efer jon dit see ; ' ! He ranSjSnTn'soTiumps, rirJuscranshes dings ' Ingall bans off der, house- ,-vT:r f ButÍTÓiVdff dot ? he TBS 'mine ion,-'- j Mine lei clio Yancob Strauss. i I-"-*- -,. i' .ti'.'- . U ¡ ,'. . He get «1er measles and der mumbo, .. :[ [ ". JJiid eferyding dot's ondit; . ,.. -j.-,;.; '- i H« shills, mine gloss off lager bier, 4,.r ;i j '.. . . Toots'schnufi indo mine, kraut j -. . He'.ttlla mino pipo mit Limburg cheese ', ,f. ...Dot Vás.der,roughest ebonse; .. ,..<; . . j ,. (I'd .dake.dot Trom no odep.pojr. .' ..; ' 'f. Bat leodlo Yairoob Strauss.- \-\- ;-; r.,,.. j , ! He dales der milk ban for * dlirum, . j ',-.{? .Uud çùU mj.civnein dwo,-: ., 1 .',' To;m.ake der schtieks to.beat it mit- ? M ! -, ¡ . ...Mine crneiotis, dot.rag drue ! , ; , . '. ¡ I . I'dink's mino hed vas schpHt abort, ? _.:n ' He kicks cup ...

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

STEAMERS VIA SUEZ AniuvE SYDNEY January 12, February 9, Maroh 9, April 6, May 4, June 1, June 29, July 28, August1 25; September 22, October 20, November 17, De- cember 15. ; LEAVE SYDNEY- i Jnnunry 22, Fobruary 19, March 19; April 14, May 12, Juno 9, July fl, August 3, August 31, September 30, October 28, November 25, De- cember 23. ";? .

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TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

T I IM! 333 TABLE .. OE MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO AnmvE SYDNEY-. January 3, January 31¿ February 28, * March 28, April 25, May 23, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 12, October 10, November 7, Decembers. . LEAVE SYDNEY- ? January 12, Fobruary 9,' March 9, April 6, May 4, June, 1, juno 29, July 27, August 24, September 21, October 19, November 16,' De- cember 14. '?' :?.(->

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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ' AniiivE SYDNEY- ; January 5, Fobruniy 2, March 1, March 30, April 20, May 24, Jane 21, July 19, August 16, September 13, October ll, November 8, Decem, berY. LEAVE SYDNEY- ' January 29, February 25, March; 25, April 18, May 16, Junu 13,'July ll,'August 8, September 5,-October 7, November 4, December 2, Decem- ber 30.

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The Turk. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

The Turk. IF you want to know how a Turk lives, seek him at home, says an English paper. There you will find a grave, courteous gentleman, affable, without being either familiar or condescending, dignified without haughtiness --in a word, a real Turk, the type of a face which has these qualities so engrained in its nature that did the Sultan, as his ancestoi-s have more than once done, snatch a caidjhy from the thwart, and place him in the vizierial seat, the new Sadrazam would display the ease and " savoir faire " of Ministers born and bred to - high rank. When the visitor approaches through tho thickly-curtained door, the Turk rises with stately gravity, . advances the exact number of steps required by Turkish etiquette, returns his bow, and motions him to a seat according to position and age. Again the triple salute, the ground, the heart, and the forehead-this timo to all presont in succes- sion, and silence ensues, whilst boys bring in coffee and that perfection of pipes, the c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Thc Telephone. IMPHOVEMENTS are still "being made on this wonderful . invention, j Recently, speeches wore made and music performed between New York and Philadelphia, The discoverer or inventor, os was formorly stated in our columns, is Professor Bell, a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, who has devoted his life to the instruction of the deaf and dumb. He has actually succeeded by great art in irai liing tho dumb to articulate distinctly, who" never previously uttered a ;woril; and having . dorie " this he hos declired: that ' he would make iron speak. So far he' has accomplished his promise. He' combined magnetic and electric powers to reach' "this result. A steel plate is made to receive' the . wave modulations of the air, caused by - the human voice or musical instrument ; this plate is suspended by a powerful horse-shoe ? magnet, to which are attached the coils of electric wire. The combined powers of the magnet and the electrified wire conserve and transmit instantaneously every m...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE Clarence River Heads-Monday and Thurs- day, 0 a.m. Iluka-Monday and Thursday, 7 o.m. Woodburn-Monday and Thursday, 5 p.m., and leave for Lismore on Tuesday and Friday, 5-30 a. m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Friday, 8*30 a. m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday, 10 '15 a.m. Lismore-Tuesday and Friday, ll a. m. DEPAUT Lismore-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Saturday, 3*30 p.m. Woodburn-Tuesday and Saturday, 7 p.m., and leave for Clarence Heads on on Wednesday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Iluka-Wednesday and'Sunday, 4 p.m. Clarence Heads-Wednesday and Saturday, 5 p.m. Mails close, for Registered Letters, one hour, and Ordinary Lotters, thirty minutes before departure. N. SHARPE, Postmaster.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

MARRIAGE. WOTHERSPOON — CURRIE. — On the 21st June, at the Residence of the Bride's   Parents, by the Rev. D. McInnes, William Watson, fifth Son of Andrew Wotherspoon, Storekeeper, Lismore, to Susan Robertson, eldest Daughter of Archibald Currie, Store-   keeper, Lismore.              

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The Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Thu Championship. THIS affair comes off to-day, and in reference thereto, the Sporting Reporter of the ' Even- ing News ' says,-" In Rush you will see the perfection of outrigger rowing upon a iixed seat ; and in his rival you see the most finished workman upon the sliding seat, more finished by far, indeed, than when he won the championship of the World. It is satisfactory to be able to state that everything goes on swimmingly with regard to the match and the arrangements thereof. The steamers chartered by the competitors, some sixteen in number, have been placed under the control of the Marino Board ; it is therefore unlikely that there will be one refractory steamer on the course. As regards the scullers, they continue wejl. Trickett is in the pink of perfection, weighing 12st 81b, er about 51b heavier than when he rowed ¡¿adler, and is, in fact, ready to row at once. So far as condition is.c'bifcerned, Rush keeps his weight above 13st, and; will probably row. about 12st 121b. In...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Horn's Age. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

The Horn's Age. A COLT is born.- with twelve grinders ; in ' twelve days he will have four front teeth added, and when another four make their appearance he ?.will be four weeks-old. At eight months of age the < corner teeth have come, and when they have attained to the length of the front he is one ' year old. A two-year-old colt .. has the dark substance iu the middle of the crown of the teeth-called the kernel-ground out of air its front teeth. During the fourth year the next four teeth, are shifted, and the corner teeth in tho iiffche At six years bf age tho bridle teeth havi attained to their full growth, and the kerne is worn out of the lower middle ? front teeth'. At seven years the bridle teeth begin to wea1 off, the kernel- of the teeth next to the middle front is worn out,, and a hook has been formed in the corner teeth of the upper jaw. The kernel is wornout of all the lower teeth and begins to decreasedn the middle.upper front, at eight years. In 'the ninth ye...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sagacity of Elephants. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Thc Sagacity of Elephants. THE following story of tue wonderful sagacity of elephants published in the ' Field ' will be I specially interesting at the present time, .while we have an opportunity of seeing a ' number of the animals in Sydney. H. E., [ the present Governor of Bombay sent his elephants to Delhi, in chargé bf their mahouts, to take part in the recent durbar on the pro- clamation of the Queen as Empress of India. On the road our elephant-which used to belong, it would \ seem, to the former Governor of -Bombay, but is now used in Khandesh for the purpose of shooting tigers -joined the others. This elephant used to have a mahout who treated it with great brutality, and that mahout was now attached to one of his Excellency's elephants. The Khandesh elephant took particular notice of the mahout, and one day in the-course of the journey came up close to the elephant the mahout was driving, no doubt recognizing the man's voice. In an instant he rushed at the other elephant, u...

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