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THE WAR. LONDON, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

; ; THE WAR. rj^;r¿s-«^~^.-.-- . LONDON,-JuNE-26. Tlie Tarko 'have, evacuated Salfcezi, a towt ïn -Debruscha, on the right bank of th Danu! a. Thi^y retreated in' good order «poi «Hersho.; ^-""J.\J t. ^'i l'T "'' Af¿ar'-'?severo -^fighting1 at-'-Delibata? th Russians are' falling bnck : upon*' DeeidakeeD The Büglish Government relying upon th< >assiimnce!'o'f'? Russia, does not contemplati toking¡ány unusual, stops'for; protecting tin A'Suez 'Canal.' ' '/ ". '\'.-'-.,¡ * JUNE 27.' . iTiTurkish ; despatches' state' that'""Mbhkliti Pasha attacked aud completely defeated th( ^ÛTOÛÎJni-'âTBiBiOTnT'^.. "'*"". """"" The Russians'have'commenced to bombare ;Rústchi(clc, on the Bulgarian side of, thi "Danühe, kvÂ' the Turkish'" giius 'are ' replyin| ?vigorously. ; " ' ' ! ' '"." " '""' '¿ ? ^ From- the " S.. M.Í HERALD.'*'' ) - 1 ¡LONDON, JUNE 19., > : :"The Rsssian contingent "at Nikaics has ?been róyictúallerl. ; . .' ?? * ; .'' MonSeh'e^rrn1 reports,, /announce .that "Meh...

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The Next Franco-German War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Thc Next Franco-German War. IN discussing the probable result of another "war between France and Germany, a writer in' "Blackwood ' asks :-What would the ?German armies have to encounter in the .event of their invading France'! In'1870 -" only 250,000 mon could be concentrated in ?a'month,'while tho reserves and garrisons'; did no', at first reach 300,000." This was all 'that France had to show against the . tremendous array with which Germany took .the field, and when this was defeated dis- persed,'"- or shut up in Metz, there was nothing behind but the raw levies hastily raised by the Government of National Dé- fonce. As compared,with 1870 the present -position of France is extmordinarily .favourable. There are now about 455,000 men -with the colours, most of .''whom haye already ; seen four years' service, whikvthe ; reserve of the active army amounts to about ,920,000..' This reserve is, of course, roadeup .of .troops of very various degrees of efficiency. The reserve, properly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Lismore Mu sical Unión. NOTICE TO MEMBERS. JP at 7 p.m. WM. OS1Ï RAOTICE on WE\N#SDAY, 25th JULY, (rW order), STE HARMAN", Honorary Secretary. Lismore Football Club. Y AFTERNOON AY, 7th JULY, NINO will please to the Captain, or to tho Un PRAOTICE THURSO, at 4 p.m. SAT Scratch Match, at 2 p. m Gentleman desirous of Jj prive in their Names, oit REGINALD DAWSON, Esq! dorsigned, "j. WM. OSBORNE HARMAN, . Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Lismore Plant Society. SUBSCRIBERS to tho aUovo aro respectfully informed, that the^PRAWING for tho SECOND CONSIGNME SEEDS will take place at at 4 o'olock on WEDNE3, next, ) W. KELLEWAY, Lismoro, 30th Juno, 1877. MEDICAL NOTICE, of PLANTS and STAR." Office, AX AFÏERNOON DR. FOREMAN will ho ABSENT from Lismoro on MONDAY NEXT (2nd JULY), roturning the samo Evading. Ho will also bo iir Attendance at Mn.r^MtITTON'S HOTEL, CASINO, on MONDA*", OflxJULY, for tho Purposes of VACCINATION. PUBLIC NOTICE. AUCTION SALES w*l_ take place at T. EXTON'S STORES<e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

SHIPPING. POR SYDNEY. imHE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RITVER JL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S , "STEAMER JOHN MAGEE, Master, Will run REGULARLY between SYDNEY and I LISMORE, taking' Passengers and Cargo, and "MUNICATION between thia River and the ] Metropolis. IgT On and after the 1st DECEMBER, the FREIGHT on MAIZE will be rednoed to S3*. Qi. ?per BAG. JOHN WHITE, Secretary. COACH. ROYAL MAIL LINTIS OF COACHES. JOHN I#. VESPEK, ~TZ>EGS to intimate that, hi« COACH is now riranitifr regularly betweon LAWRENCE and CASINO, carrying the ROYAL MAIL, leaving LAWRENCE every TUESDAY and TRIDÀY. for CASINO, and leaving CASINO ïor LAWRENCE every MONDAY and THURS- DAY, at SIX a.m., arriving at each place at SIX p.m. same evenings. TRAVELLERS by this COACH can depend upon its PUNCTUALITY according to the MAIL TIME-TABLE. Ijar Open to Engagement to CONVEY PAS- , SENGERS to LISMORE or anr other part of tho RICHMOND RIVER DISTRICT. Booking: Offices : BBirroü'B Commercial Hotel, Casino : DATIBOK'I Hotel,...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, JUNE 29. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

IÍATBST'. TELE1ÚKJJHS. ? ? (jFVeí» the Australian 'Associated Pres».) ,-v..- ' ' . STDN'ET, Jura 29. , :.In the.Legislativo Assembly tho business las been unimportant, and the.. Government, met with considerable opposition tho. last two ? evenings in tho O3tim.it03 for the - Public Works -"Department-' in^roduced^ and no^ orpgre,33,.was. made. "r' r ...", _. * 'Thfe'-PVemier has' stated that^tlie'^ Electoral Bill would be introduced without fail, next ?wepk. : ".-- , ?? t- r , - ? v¡r.,.¡ The Governor gave an official dinner . yesterday,: i to . celebrate the anniversary j of the Queen's Coronation. A , .' / Groat, excitement prevails respecting the contest for the Aquatic Championship, . and visitors aro arrivintj from all'parts. The betting is almost level, and Rush is steadily 'advancing. : Maize 23 10 to 33. ' _'; ' ' ¡.

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War News In England. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

War News In England. j Edinburgh, April 9th.-A London corres- pondent says the army clothing factory at Pimlico is worked without intermission and numerous shifts are employed. There is a general conviction in military and naval circles that wo aro on tho 'brink of war. Arrangements have been made for the embarkation of some 25,000 men within six days if necessary, and 25,000 more within a fortnight after. of stores are being sent to Gibralter " and Malta. Seventeen 38«ton guns are ordered to be sent to the former fortress, and works for mounting them are ordered to be com- pleted. It is understood that the Dragoon Guards have . been placed on the list for service is required ; also, two regiments of. the Dragoons, one of the Hussars,' one of the Lancers, one brigade of the Horse Artillery, one of the Garrison Artillery, t\vo of the Field Artillery, thirteen separate battalions of the infantry, and twenty-three complete regiments and two battalions of the Rifle Brigade; also, the se...

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War News by Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

War News hy Mail. A Berlin, despatch says the Turks confine themselves ; to the preparation and strength- ening of Danubian fortresses. All ave being made i moro or less formidable. But strengthening garrisons detracts from thc number of their field olttcors. With nil thc reinforcements recently brought Up,, the Turks, it ia believed, have no moro than 200,000 combatants north of'tho Balkans, to resist 250,000 Russians. The position which the.Russians have occupied near Brnlin Will soon enable them to prevent Turkish gunboats approaching tho shores of Do brudscha, A Pera special says that the British Consul at Rutschuk has had a serious dispute with the Turks, owing to their preventing tho landing.of an American missionary who had crossed from Grargors. It is reported that the Consul struck a Turkish oflicdr. The Circassians who lauded at Sukum Kaleh have arrived at the capital of the Abkasian country. The Abkasians are afraid to join them. A Bucharest despatch says : The advance of...

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Cheap, Orders of Knighthood. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

? l ;" B¿nígh.tiioód.: ? '. Tlic inevitable insignia of n' chchp order. ' of knightliood in Mill an fnmilinr und ns dubious an ornament of a German button^" hole ns ever. Itmny bc the bjn^cjeagle^ ^t^víMíclf^ly^íñíglíty '^nobles'rnnyaiipirci or tho Magpie nod Stump of Piimper havo tor the asking. But " an ordor" , still hs indispensable tb ' tho 'lappel' of a middle-aged: gentleman's cont in 'Goethe's land ns is a flower-to'tlfe button-hole of a young. English' i dandy. In 'France it i is .worse;'i-'-' Tho Logion" has ceased to bd a decoration"- while' tho* way in . which !tíió iron cross was distributed by Prussia,''after tlio - Franöo-Ger.'i whr; ' serionslydisturbcd tho metal; markcfc -' In Italy 'men' will tell you that1 nn order« and cigar' aro;the two things Victor. Emnnuel refuses to no' brio :; while inUonmnrk it is impossible to scowl in tho Kpngon8''Nytbry;;'in'Goporiha"gonj without offending'at least a scbre'of Doric- ' ?brog-Knights; arid-an- inñnitiido-of ' lower cavali...

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Singer's Heirs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Compnrntively recejit;nö is ' the' 'decenio '.of tho frité Tshnc'M'. Síiigcr^libhnvírigdicn on tho -20d of July, 1875, it hardly scpinèd probable, considering thc ¡inmenso 'estate ho left and tho conflicting ehiiiris of cóti flicting widbwsy'th'nt' tlio-çoiitroversy'oVbr thp'wihV should have' boon 'brought to'stich' a speedy -tenniiintion,; hnd '? thnt'ithrough adjustments by tho, courts' mid' pöiriproi mises nil the Tarions log-ntocs should bayé entered -,-npork- 'tho ' enjoyincnt of their respective beVp>tosts'without further lcgnl hindrance: 1 In'the'h'urry'of bnsiriess arid tho 'momentum of exciting'events1 mark- ing almost every tige'bf tlie'woi"ldV:dáiÍy history, tho linnie of tho . groat sowing -machino* inventor; has almost 'bebii.'.forf gotten;'so, too, tho'engcr strifb to ohtiiiii possession bf thc ninny 'millions he left behind him.': Tho facts of tho btise,' howr over, aro pnrtinlly' revived riijhïn" in "the Eublie memory through a decision gi.vçii y Judge Barret, of'...

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Lismore Musical Union. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

/ Lismore Musical Union. ' ' IT has been stated, that there is a silver lining to every cloud, and no doubt tho cloud that has hung ovor this little township of late,;, was partly dispelled on. Friday. : week last, when tho Members of tho newly formed Musical Union, gave their first Concert in the new building (kindly, lent' for . the occasion) just erected by the Román Catholic Community for Church purposes ; andwhioh Concert proved to be very enjoyable, ' and highly calculated to dispell any, '1 ennui." .we may have suffered from of Into. Being a fine moonlight night, the attendance was very good, and all present appeai'ed to thoroughly ?enjoy themselves; while no doubt the concord of sweet sounds was a great treat to both those to whom they were familiar in other places, and those to whom they were novelties. Of the new building we may'-have occasion to write hereafter, and it will be sufficient to say that on the occasion'- we speak of its acoustic properties ' were all that cou...

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

B ^Façe^io.,....... .î.i.The only rwny to distinguish a -musmvom from a toadstool is rby, eatlngnhoi »peclmen. ;Ifryoulive, it is n nushroom ;"if you die, it is . toadstool. - . : i "I ?!:?. t-';.! A Detroit tramp .gels liIs-.beerr.for nothing hy touching-, the' bar-tenders-heart with Hie remark, " Why, I thought foran instant that Daniel Wehster h ad returned to lifo,"- . . An editor oii Ibu frontier, says nn exchange, became-Martial, and-wasimade' Captain';' On parade, instead . of. "Two ''paces' in . front advance !" he unconsciously exclaimed; "Canh -(12 a year iii advance."' Heinas-, court mnrtlnled , and- sentenced to read! bi» -own pnpers. -...-. - ii- .Ur.r ; lr.-A .M.<i A minister was telling ajpung. girl who was about to bVcomo'á'bñd» that she must remem- ber that the lnnn and wife are ùdé;;l" Lord !" said sh'e,'"if you were: under my father and mother's window when they aro qnnrrcling you'd think:lheiio wcreiot least'a dozen." There had been a-discussion about ...

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PART SINGING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

. PARï:SINGING. ? ' :' IT. must nave been a source of gra- tification ,to all:; loyers pf ^Musjc to witness the' assemblage of smiling faces at ? theConcert/ gi yen, i by -thé members of the Lismore Musical Union, last;1'week/ while /they no doubt wished that such' pleasing re were more frequent. By theisiniplej fact of: encouraging " social' feeling', by bringing "people together, and thereby promoting a musical taste in,our- midst,.?the "Union is' doing a good work ; but it is passing strange that in-our inland to wris, where the young and old, of both sexes, are often.- at a iloss- how Ho pass away their leisurejiours,,Music, and espe ' cially^Pärt-sTn^ "sîglvt,*is""nÔt more.cultivatëa thanet is now. In England and America thousands pf people iri the'ordinary^.walks of life can how sing at sight, thanks ; to the exertions of, Messrs.; HUI/LAH and CunwiS ; and coining nearer home, we' lind -HÜLLAH'S1 system rin much favorin Victoria; 'where it is taught jn the5Public Schools. Give...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Local and General Xcws. ' . LISMORE ; BOSIAÑ' CATHOLIC CHuncii.-As may bo soon by'àdvôrtisoihbùt,' this Church will bo solemnly opened on to-morrow (Sunduy) morning "by,tho. Kev. Father, Schuir,, and ethe Rev/ 'Father ' Sheehan, . the Sermon' ' being preached by the' latter 'gentleman,' when' there will rio doubt; bo a'larga attendance to witness .tho 'impressive ceremony. ?.<?} /'._' ; A MuNicn>Ai.i'ry.-It is/notified in' our Adver- tising columns' that a meeting will bo'1 held'at the Ooui-t.House, Lismo. e, at 4 o'clock on 'i'lies dny afternoon next, .for tho purpose of con- sidering.tho above important question, when it to bo hoped that there will^ be a large attend aneij,,aud the matter impartially*discussed!' THE . CpMMERCiAi. ,Sq'Ho'o^!-i..At'. the/recent Exhibition ut Casino, the first prize for drawings; -. section ?/16¿ 11. Sqhool' - exhi bitsj/vwas carried off by the |Coinmerd^l .School,' -.Lismore. We*, h"!yó just ' bíiéh 'shown'''two handsome books,' .' pre...

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Negro Melody. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Negro^Mélódy^rj -Ç T3ió'>mconventiónal/ntinbsplioro%of] thb:r. camp tempts us. often 'to .prolonged, watches in tho' merry .flickëring^pf "the; blazing logs. The negroes'are prone t<T tho samo indulgence m revery and'lazy content. At such a timo their melodies jcome, to_tUeirJip.a"iu^thçù-.iluU.ricujaçw^ rnnd it is impossible not to- fcel'thelr spell" of'/pathos . a,«l faith. Much has been -.written c. ttbout-ihem^'muoh-iriorev«iiiîçht" be -written. The printed , examples pf their-minstrclsy'do not comprise'nil those whicli are"dcser»-ing of moro tliah a vocnl record. [' A lady who'graces our camp Img 'caught hna^'written several of those which are still unknown. at the'North. ' Ono of the f most' 'popular 'bf 1 thoso " spiritual hymns " is.the following, bf which t giró ' *ho'- words; ' '. There "? is.' a 'wholó;soulful bf .pity in1 tho'refrain, of !" Poor ' Liznrns diod," which !only tho' negro modulation ooh render with its true'pathetic power : : ".ï! "<...

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Polar Bears. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

J i irPolar Bears. Visitors to di (Tere nt menageries are: usually impressed willi tho morose nnd-.onsocinble temper of the White hears. They never seem disposod-lo nrnicahlc piny with each other, or to notice tho friendly attentions of their human, admirée. Ia.this rospoct they behave differently from the hrown and black henri, lind more especially the noble. Hussian, largest, lind handsomest of all, «ho readily stands , at the barred front of their dens and delight '> tb catch.whatever, edibles, may ba.thrown into, their sapping jaws. ¡ An instance of tho difficulties that-arise between polar hears when forced into compan- ionship is.admirably related in Slr; Broderip's Leaves from the Nolt-Vooks of. a Naturalist; Apropos of a piece of news that . had, jnat reached him from the neighboring Zoological Gardens, ho says x .So'.the polar has,esonped cfvincu far matrimoni, and remains 'in ,..fäA bnchelor's deb on n separate maintenance'.''.'I thought how it would'be. THoy'leda W¿uía...

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Nathan Rothschild His Little Scrimmage with the Bank of England. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

,., ; Somewhere, near- à'.'scorc -of,'years,' Kgb . :i>think,.,1, read.the. stbr£,; .then /resh. ;,I ,hasj;bpen, facaUed, -tb \!my .'|müi'd.Vby,"i ttl telling in ; my ¡ pr.csencéiII'tpr"ah, Engiïsl geñtlenian.,|who ass'ured.'usjthathé; coule persoñally'yóuch.')fpr íte'.t'ruA, he hayirif .had, business tyith.üje óld'.l^dy of Thread .'needlp st^eetj^yjiile itheX.^nsact]bn' '\yai ;in.progr,cs8i';,.a'n'd, ,'Íi'pfñ -thj's ássurance, o an..eye-witness, I ,'.'doomVitliie''Unng' wbrtl: .réj>ehttrtg.;r.'-I.títin1c XreKqemUsr it : as ..ii was\t¿ld.to'm'e,',V' jvTj'ty.j ¡ .'"?.'?y'r', A biü''of 'exchange', f^r'a.íargo amount was drawn'by Anselm Rothschild of Lon- don. When^h-eí^entlofríáTnvho held ii and he'tookthe bit oT^âpef to;*he-*Bani) ¡ of England, and-asked-thein there to dis .count it^.Thcinanagcrs wore-.very, stiff. ^itOiaitgl^^^ info'nhcd i the, holder that tl^'oy,'discounted only their .o.wn^bnis'i.'thcy .wanted nothing' to'.Sb ! '^í%tlíé!.b11tó'<v',priyátiípersons....

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REDBREAST IN TAMPA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

-Thé robín laughed in the prange; tree; ; ,i»..... ,.Ho,\Trindy Northyafig for (you I ; -Aï ? , ,,, ¿While breasts are red-and wing« are bold, s ,,, And Kreon treen wnve me globes of gold, .,, y .QUI Time, thy scythe reaps bliss for roe,! Sp.blithe, so blithe a bird cnn be. ! . r , "??tf.fi Ifthot I,h»tb.;TTÍld winter's spite- " j ß' , - TJie gibbot.trees, the irorld in Trhito, " ".,! ..Tlio.gray, sky,bonding over agravo-n. f .ii Why;should, taohe, the. Henson's slave.?! . , No, np ¡,.1 sing and singers be ,. " ', Too hot for. limo'Sieold:tJrftnnj.: : , 1 . ..",Nny, 'windy,North; I catch my clime : , My, wiiiß is king of. the:summer time, , Whoso constant torch my brenatdoth hold;.. . ,; So laugh I. through.tho green and gold, ? . With," Tima thy scythe rcops bliss forme, So passing biitlie.we robins be."- . i ?

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A Village of Centenarians. REMARKABLE DISCOVERY IN LABRADOR BY A FRENCH JOURNALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

A Village oí 0e¿Lté¿á,T 'KEMABKÁBÍIÍ' 1 'One'of tho P'aris popers lins ¿tío' f&tjóyr ingon contennrinn^ and old age?;'.'/, ' "'It lias'Ucori soirio tiiiie sincp^añj;~cepte. narians.jwero known,¡to^dibj ibut* a'j'Xew' ^eek^'mäc^^ytlrarjt^^' ihoir^äppartute; The" papers ,nevor''fair to'give 'all-tko details.'^njiout ^tliosp^ intorpsting;vpoople| who nre's'6 ttrdy' abbút']oáying^us.i*,,T^pT, knpw'íhóy ár¿^p^ peopló. '* Tn'ofe ,'Í8(', no ppoeial,', reason,for this, for, it^oldomappcárH ^íliát'tu'cir^liY.éfl ííreljtiij'a'h ,witlil- «itlfor '^l^ep'il^^jt^a'.Qr, silken ' ¿prds. Trüojit, is tliát'the. uncertain tios "of 'dó'nth aro' n' )íwí9^ntJjÜ8Íí|icalt^ó^ for tho ropujrnnncb that, spmoYpèpplo/^ôn tortain for gping'too söpn.'ji; ."-'/¿ij,.'f '«,'{; Now, Mpiis. Alillárd,,protpndingtb.Knbw bettor than anybody .elq'b' what ilip/tasto pf his ïehd ?'rs.do'niaud', ordorpd his editors' hot to fail to »otb eách day. the doáui,,of any c'ontcnúria'ii tlíat - thoy ¡ qpticed'j-.in looking ov...

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Going to the Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 30 June 1877

Going to the Dogs. - " I received your bill to-day, »Ir. Leonard,' said Mr. Baker, as ha entered the ab op of a master mechanic. *' Hope it will cause you no tronble. I malte it a rule to send out all hills at thU season," returned tho méchame, bowing. " Oh, no ; not at nil. Tarn rendy to pay," said Baker; '? But I think your bill rather high:*-Yon mint throw off BomethiDg. Let me soe-" and thc customer drew out the bill -" twenty-seven dollars and forty-six cents twoYify:flvö wiM do. There, receipt the bill, and I trill pay you." ' But Leonard shook his head. "' "I can't deduct n cont from the hill, Mr Baker. Every article is charged nt ourrogular prices, and every cent lons than tho bill is just so much olear loss lo me." " Oh, yes you can. Jmt make it twenty-five dollars, even money. Hero it is." And Mr. Baker, counted out tho cash. " I am sorry, Mr. linker, cannot nfTord to deduct anything. If you give me only twenty five dollars your hill would have been just that amount. I wou...

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

'i.u-.'ii ?» i . =;// ./fu, ' .?'¡Díi; j i ' ;-?, ? » . 'if '.' i: - t ¡li : ¡V ' Tho; Wildqcro 'school' ' .u,n(yoVfl«lly i thott¿ht ^q; b'q .tho most.i^nmiin^bMo 'in i the'State,' though \ it - was'.'billy ;,ii'.' gin's ? school. ?' When 'Miss' Bribrlyi.kont. iti'.tlib ? .triis'toes; yptod'. it' llittlé r shbrt'.bf Bedlam. ; Theypong ladies ,wbrb'doSVn'iii thb: lotyor j hall,' chatting ' and 'flirting' with iÉh'e 'yóüng ¡ mé'n'w.hb íchanced' to lounge, tliat ,'way] 'br I 'dropping billot 'doux but bf, the window ' with a cord;',and pulling np tho answers by'tho Barrie means^'nrid swoptoriingtluur (doTotibn; to' Virgil' with;Fronch cnri'dy.'^'If ; Miss'Ków fainted;J ns'she bail a ricrybüs ' triçk.of doing,,half tho ,sçhool' wquld'rjish i i¿\ ä'rieighbfir'a]. fpr'% hettie '. foeforb"MissfB^ ! and,i¿)^¡^'<tein'^r;t.i>no if ¡ ttriy':,pf JtKe'n^'i'r'd- j trupetl',^ j "Miss Brierly," Goorgiöf.Jones ,wouíd ; say, ia tlioiblandest tonegrof rfriendUness ! .--'-'-Mips Brierly, ...

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