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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

STEAMERS VIA ' TORRES STRAITS A.IUUVE SYDNEY- ! ''.t"1 January 5, February 2, March 1,. March 30, April Stt, May 24, Jailo 21, July 10,. August 1Û, SopttJinbor 13, October ll, Nóvonibor"8> Decern, ber 7v ' . . . ' ' " LEAVE evbSEV- ?' January 29, Fobïuarv 25, March 25, Áp'rií 18j' May 10, June 13, July ll, August 8, ¡September 5, October V, Novembor 4, December 2, Decem- ber 30. ,/ /

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

STEAMERS "VIA SÜEZ AnftivE SYDNEY- >- . January 12, February 0, Mardi 9, April 6> May 4) June 1, Juno 29, ' July 28, August 25-, September 22, October 20, November 17-, De* coiubor 15. LBÀVE SYDNEY^ January 22, Fobruary 19, March 19, April 14, May Í2, Juno9> JufyG, August 3, AugÜst 31> Saptomber 30, Octobor 28, Nwvcuilber fiBj ' De- cember 23. ' .? .' ? ; !r- .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

BIRTH. REED. — At Woodlark Street, Lismore, on the 8th July, the Wife of Mr. W. E. Reed, Chemist, of a Son.    

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THE WAR. LONDON, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

' THE WAR. LONDON, JULY ll. Mukhla Pascha effected a junction between his troops and the garrison occupying Kars. The left.'wing of the .Russian Army in Asia Minor recrossed the'frontier. ,. . A division bf the Russian Army in Bul . ¡¿juna; :to marching to Plevna,- south-Vest ¡Sistova, while another division is marching : -towards .Selyv south-west Tinova. . ' " It is 'generally Reported' that a treaty fiance isfaoncluded between > Servia and Roumania ; ^audrút is stated semi-officially, . . .at S|t. Peteow^rg, , that the j alliance, will not affect the'relations betweéii ''Austria and .Russia, "V .'" ? . ' ({ From the " SYDNEY pAPEns." ) LONDON, JULY 1. 'Turkey complains of Russian atrocities at JArdahan, .-anl^aflso of the complete and -wanton desti-upnoh of Rùtschuk.- ' The Turks^ofTared but.a feeble opposition . to the Russians' crossing the Banube. In ..effecting the passage, the' Russians lost only .one hundred ¡men. ', .'. ( ; [ ' '*?// \ . JULY 2. A Turkish, ' despatch .,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

3PXJJ3LXO ISTCXPIOE. AUCTION SAÊKS/wilî^ take place at T EXTON'S STORES every SATUR. DAY, at ONE.o'/flock Sharp, CAUTION, A" 'LL PERSONS are horeby CAUTIONED CHASING, except from tho Undoraigued, auy TIMBER bearing tho followifrj-JUunds : A. RP and private Mark like M, which ^Uuni*Bj¡^s now lying in WILSON'S CREEK, and on thetand adjoining, J CHARLES ' TAYLOR. Lismore, 10th April. 10s. Reward* STRAYED from the TJBM(1RF. FLAT-A GREY HORSE, branded UB uScler half circle, on the shoulder. \ GEORGE LARKIN, 6th July. CeTltral Richmond. River - Jockey Club. ACOMMITTESJdEHTING for the Trans- action of IMPORTANT BUSINESS will bo hold at tho BffKEMASON'S HOTEL, nt 8 o'clock, on AViEDNE^DAY Evening next (18th July). ' \ . A. MCCRACKEN, Honorary Secretary. For Sale or to Let» FOR SALE or TO LET-THREE First class RIVER-BANK FARMS, situated on the North Richmond River. Also, ,to Lot, Ono First-class FARM, situated on l(llo South Richmond Rivor. Apply to JAMES STC Oimiabd. or to* J. R, STOCKS,! L...

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Purllament all the Year Round. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

Purllanieni all thé ifataCr RonädL . IF the Ministerial deliverance of the Premier made in the Assembly yesterday, as. to the conduct of business, is carried out, there can be little doubt that the present session, which began last December, will not conclude bfifom next Decamber. New South Wales is about the only State on the globe which lias yet attained to the luxury of having Parliament in session all the y sar round. It is, no doubt, true that the whole legislative business of the country could be, and ought to be, transacted in three mtffiths. Most persons will consider a perpetual PWliament a very doubtful advantage, more particularly while the forms of the House are made the means of disseminating slander ; but if it is to be regretted that personal animosities and loquacious vanity consume so much of the time of Parliament, it should also be' remembered that there are many public men who are still found willing to make great personal sacrifices in the hope of being able to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

SHIPPING. < in OR. S Y JD. NEY. THE -CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION,! COMPANY'S 'STEAMER-. ?. . <? -. PLATYPUS, JOHN M AG EE,, Master,. :... . ... 'Will' run REGULARLY b&ween' SYDNEY .and ? LISMORE, taking- PastkWgere '«ind Caago, and Affording a melin« of RAPID ¡and SAFE COM- MUNICATION betwdefc thin River Jud the .Metropolis; . . _A ä^-.Oi» and. after tfce lat DECEMBER, tho .FREIGHT toa MAIZE will be reduced to SJ*. 6d. per BAG. _ "...'?"' . rffàSS WHITE, Secretary. Steam between Hifcsùorë, ^Ballin*,, and Intermediate Towns. THE STEAMER " VICTORIA?; wiïh -in futuro, RUN REGULARLY fcctwcon Mb-:j MORE and BALLINA, earryiug Pasnengp£i -Una 'Cargo,-leaving LISMORE ou MONDAYS ¿»'na THURSDAYS.at & A.M. arriving at BA&LÏNA ' !about 4 P.M. Rotnrniug, will leave BALLINA | .on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at'Ö A.M., arriv- ing ut LISMORE about 4 P.M. ' ' Time Tablfc. DOWN. . .Will Leave LISMOBK Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto TT 3? Will Loai...

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

- Facetifâ. ¡A worrying kind of'.occupation-; to;, be in.-Fretwork. ' . . " . ,' ' ' ' ? A Nevada game of card a.-One "player holds the cards ; another'holds a revolver. "A coroner holds the inques't. * ' ,',>.*'. 'When does a footman-reply when no question has been asked?--When he an- swers the bell. On being asked the composition of lime- stone, a brilliant geological student an- swered, "Lime und stone." There was recently a trial for murder in Ireland iii which Die evidence was so palpably insufficient that. the. judge slopped tlie cuso and directod tho jury to return a verdict of " Not guilty," A well known luwyer, however, who wished to do something for the foe ho had received for tho defendant, claimed thc privilege of addressing the courlj " We'll hear you with pleasure, Mr. B-,"-said tho judge ; " but to prevent accident, we'll firet acquit tho prisoner." With what colors would you paint a storm at sea ?-Tho waves rose and tho wind blew. '..-: I How would you paint an . ...

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The Open Column (To the Editor of the "Northern Star.") THE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

Thc Open Column " '(To the Sditor of the " Northern Star.") THE MUNICIPALITY. SIR,-ïliHâv*3*ad a vast number of enquiries regarding the notice of a meeting ' called at the ' Lismore Courthouse on the 3rd July, 1877, to advance tho views of a few individuals in Lis- more,-Land jobbers, aud a few other glass slippergenileniön, who are in faver of * Muni- cipality scheme to have their'town decorntcd with sidewalks, sewers, streets paved with mar- ble, and such Uko ambitious notions, at the ex- penso of tho country settlers and selectors for four or five miles ;-that is all jthey intend to encroach upon ut present. Bear in mind they havo tho power of oxtending further in time. Many of you may not study thefurther destruc- tion of a small district like this. As our elo- quent speaker, Mr. English, soys,-there is no man can dictate to him on the rules, laws, for- mations, and such like. I dare say there is not, ¡and the little benefits attached to it. He says, there will ' bo only ono shi...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, July 14, 1877. A BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

. Iíiámor.e,. July 14, 1877. ^ Al BRIDGE. JUDGING, by-the letters which, appear , in our " Open Column," this issue, . the Municipal question;; will .form a very handy peg upon which , to hang many public grievances,,which under the lethargy prevailing in this .town for some months past, have been hidden fpeim the public gaze, but whiehj^it may be hoped, will now'be' 'fujUj^entilátecL ¡ It is not our inten- tion, io this issue, to discuss ; the; sad state of things, as relates to-, the farming and other interests on this river, revealed by the letter signed 'Home Buler,' upon which,we may, ^ave something to^ "say on. a ;futùre occasion'; bût we" would like'to point out to . those gentlemen interested in the' Municipal movemént^ilie^uáiáis takeablè expression of opinion, elici- tedon .hiätiy ¿idjes; before,1 arid ; .since* the nieetujgf^specting: thîe .V'great 'wari^f^Bridgé' ácros^''tlie'lriyer at Lismore. So far as we are able t<F form an opinion, if the question was 'pu...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

i Local /and General News. '' %THE DISTRICT COURT.-In consequence bf tho pressure of Court business at Grafton, we are informed that the Sittings of > tho abovo Court, at Casino;' . lias beon'"postponcd until Monday next. , THE ELECTORAL BILL.-Tho Sydney papers to hand this day (Friday), notify, that tho above Bill 'was laid upon tho table of tho Legislativo Assembly ou Monday, July 9th, and read ii'first timo. Thero is no material change in tho body of ' tho ' bill'1 from ¡ tho > mCasuro ; of i tho \ late Administration, except that it gives tho powor of'deálingv with"! disputed elections to] a: judicial . committee bf the A'ssombly,1 instead oÇ referring ¡them;, tOpthe, Supremo -.Court;, it. dividos-thc colony into 09 electorates. ' Twenty-one of these will return two' » members ', èach j", two; throe membors eacli^,<two, fpur,membors each ; and the rest will return one' member each. Out of these, the Clarence district returns two mempers, and tho Richmond River d...

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[?]male Professionals. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

bínale Professionals. '« '", Discussions respecting suitable empli menti for wosiin hnve for the hist frtr jo; cituscd much unplfeceiiBt excitement. Sock is divided on the subject. Shail woman st» to be medical practitioners or not? Are th not entitled to complete fairly with men such occupations 'ns are consistent with tin strength and abilities ? Surely jon nro n . going to treat them ns inferior beings? Thc are the sort of questions that have be debated, and not always ju a very pim humour. Having never interfered oneway other in this miitter of dispute, wo approa it in a perfectly impartial spirit, imd/desire trent it not from nny of the partisan vie usually presented, but in the broad light Nature-for to that every temporary and loi interest must in a great degree eventual give -tray . Let us co practically-to the point, as that better than any abstract reasoning. In a li number of our contemporary, The Queen, London periodical partly devoted to illusti , tintions of ladies' fa...

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A Perilous Position. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

A Perilous: Position. In the winter of 1858,1 was _ missing or rather sojourning, and waiting for a chance to mine tn tho Spring-in the town of Omega, Nevad» "county. Show fell in tho town that wintor to tho depth of eight foot. Throe of us wero living in. a cabin about half a mile out of town, near the heud of Sour Krout líavine. Wc were in the habit of spending our even- ings in town, or at tho cabins of our brother minors, generally remaining from home till ten, eleven, or èvën as Into as twelve o'clock. - ^ I happened ? .to ¡be in town tho very evening that tho first great fall of snow began. I saw that thc snow .was coining down very fast, and know before starting home that tho trail would be hidden ; bitt this gave we no unensinoss, ns I know the course well, and could keep .within a few rods of the trail the whole distance,' ii not hi it. When I finally started homeward it was about ton o'clock ; nnd there were 'nix or eight inches of snow on the ground, and flakes coming dow...

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Ingenious Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

Ingenious Theft. A theftj small, iníprnportions, but amus- ingly ingenious iiK-its conception, took plnco a ..short time ngo at tho Grand hotel, Paris. An oleganMooking gentle- man, lodging nt tlmt well-known estab lishmont, and giving his nama as: Sir JainoB X., Bart., wont into a fashionable bootmaker's shop on, tho Boulevards des Capucines, and ordered a pair bf tho very .handsomest boots that could.bo.mudó ; no uxfícnsü was to bo spured, and tho boots wcro to he sent horne on a certain day by ¿ion o'clock, ns tho purchaser was to loavo flor Marseilles by tho 12.40.train. . Alter tliut,. ho went to another boot- maker on tho.Boulevard deB Italiens, and ordered a fiucowl. pair of bootu precisely murilar to the Hist, winch were to bo sout ¡ homo on the Finne iluy as the other«, hut at three o'clock, ns he was to leave for Brussels Ht five. Punctually nt the up pointed hour, bootmaker No. 1 appeared with his boots. Sir Jamas tried them on, and found thom splendid, admirable, not.in ...

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Afcer-dinner Anecdotes. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

Afcer-dinner Anecdotes. It would: bo' nn.:intoiasting -occupation for- an otliorwisefidle man to traoo tbe origin of some.of our best after-dinner nnocdotes..How /often it happens that we hoar a story told which in its main tentures we recognise ns nu old acquaintance; but with so muah alteration in its details that wo cnn hardly believe it to he the same. . , ' Ali !' wo say, with a knowing look, * T hiivo . heard that story .before ¡ hut I always thought it referred to Lord So-and-so, or the Duke of ; ' ns tho case moy lié. ' O no,'replies tho story-toller, rather in- jured that wo. should doubt his voracity. 'I assure you I beard it- from Mr.' So-and-so, who knew nil nbout it. Indeed he is first j cousin to tho nephew of Lord ?; and so I can't bc wrong.' . '. ' Indeed,' we reply ; and the snhjoct drops. Bat nil ' the snmu we hold to our previous opinion, and alway» tell the story our awn way. And after all, it is not so much a want of truthfulness whiclr.i» nt the bettotn of thes...

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Big Trees of Mariposa. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

Big Trees of Mariposa. M. lu Baron de Hubner, in bis interesting work "A Ramble Round tho World," gives an account ol' au* excursion from San Fian cisco to the Yosemita Valley, in tho Sierra Nevada, for the purposo of seeing what are known ns tho " big trees of Mariposa." It is a toilsome journey by stnge.wagons .with', ro lays of horses, through ii wild country','nnd the distance going nnd returning is four hun- dred and forty miles. The journey took place in June, when tho weather was fine, as it generally is in California near the coast of the Pacific. At tho rancho or.faun establish- ment of a hospitable planter, the wheeled carriages could go no farther, nu» tho .party were provided with little Indian horses,, har uessud and saddled in the Mexican fasiiion, to complete tho excursion. .There wera now, .however, only n few milos to be travelled. Thc big'trees ol' Mariposa, 'which ure re- ported to be ,the most gigantic trues in tho World, were.discovered as lately as* 1855. The; ...

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"TODDIE IS DEAD." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

i<^---r-- ----i "TODDIE IS DEAD." A surge by the stormy Atlantio ; A storm on tho ice-bound main ; A wail from a desolate fireside, Arma outreaching in vain. . ; . A heart-chill, colder than winter, . And tears that flow freer than ruin, For the child of beauty and promise .. ". Unheeding our grief and pain. " Oar vanished, our golden-haired darling, Are the angels'wings soft'ns you thought? Dost dance in the. sunlight eternal, As on earth when its radiance you caught f While the stars circle round in thc spaces, .. " Dost thovt gaze with wondering eyes ? So the wheels go round in the Heavens, O child, so wistful and irise? . . Dost long for home and for mother ? Or, mid scones so strange and new, Do the angels tell the old Btories We lovingly tolcfyou ; - A thrill by the sunny Pacific, Through the blossoming almond trees, Where tho orango droops fragrant and golden, And sways in the perfumed breeze. And in sympathy, sorrow and sadness, The simple child-story is dono ¡ .W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

^'V'f p I REO T O IX. Y » '''[<. AUCTIONEERS.-A; J. Simpson, R: Q.fBalmeri '! R;'Burgess,'Und' A. McCracken, Casino; tí. Ci . Britt, -Lismore ; J. Perry, ALtonvillb ( J. Irwin, Gundurimba ; W. Gollan, Woodburn. BANKS-COMMERCIAL-Maimgfcr-M. Soiling, Canino ; B. Dawson, Lismure. BLACKSMITHS. -Lismore-Jame's Baillie, W^J Locket ; Woodlawn-J; SimcHi BUILDERS, Etc.-Lismore-Wi .Saville, R. Mac- kenzie, J. Barrow, J. Föij "VVokherspoon Bro- thel». BUTCHERS.-Lismore- Ji filmant j" North Lis-" more-J. Peate ; Sotitn'LiBlriorb-W¡ Webster j Wardell-H. Dunciln ; Bulllllri-J. Ci Ryun. CASINO SCHOOL OF ARTër--OflicerB-Pre'si* dont : W C. Bundock, Esq.- J Vico-pi-esidonts : Messrs;'J. Grime and R. Bailing| Secretary! Mr. H. L. James ; Treasurer; Mr. A. iL Simp- son ; Custodian : Muster I: Aekow. Open, for1 the present, oil Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9-30 p.mr CHEMISTS.-J. Stocks, Caniaba ; W. E. Reed) and J. 1*. F. Walker, Lismore. CLERGY.-Church of Englittid-Henry...

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The Sketchen. She Shines me Down. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

She Shines me Down. !? I write the words unwillingly.. I nc-. knowledge tho fact; grudgingly.' Still, the words are truv.'!ond .Ike fact is 11:1 accomplished ono.-' Slip clods 'shine nij . down. Why sho should do so, remiting in bo shown. I must tell my story in my own way, in order to make you, my readers, under- stand it and mo. . If .my own way seems an egotistical one, I am sorry for it ; but let me explain at .once 'that the egotism is . a growth,of my~ brother's culturo, not of minc. He-my brother . Dundas-and I arc such friends that he ' invariably forgets ' that I am only a womnu, and therefore expeotB his circle in particular, and tho world in general to treat me with as much consideration as if I were a man. It galled him terribly, therefore, when thc girl ho married bogan to find gentle fault with me. . . The homo to which Dundas brought his wifo had been mino from my babyhood, and my forefathers' before me for many generations. It had been good enough for the neighborhoo...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 14 July 1877

1877. ï1 I 3VE E¡ TABLE Of "THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. AlllUVA£S FllOM Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-MON- DAY, 1-30 JJ. m. Casino-WKDNESD.VY mid SATURDAY, IO a.m. Kynumboon-TUESDAY, 10 a.m. Timmia-SATURDAY» ll '30 a. ni. Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba) *nd Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, ll a.m. DEPARTURES FOR Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Bullina-SATÖR< DAY, 10*30 a.m. Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. Tirrania-SATURDAY, 12 noon. Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, , »nd Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY, 1 p.m.

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