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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

; - Local ami Général" News.' t ' A' BUILDING'SoçiETy.-A. meeting , was hold : ut Mr. 1 Jean's Hotel, on ^Veduesdny evening '. lost,, for tho purpose of 'considering, thc desira bility of'forming' a ' Benefit Building Society in . this^townshir,"and there-being a Itiir attendanco, Mr. J. Baillie was-called/to.the Chair, and 1 briefly stated thu objects of tho mooting, saying that- whilom he had -had but . little practical experience in "the working of .^Building Societies ho believed that;if ono( was floated. har», it would bo' á' great 'benefit te thc town lind district. iTho, oonyonor;rof : tho* mooting (Mr. T. S.vin |( I nil's),' said th'át sbiiiu'years' s.rio.) ne had been ¡interested in tho Grafton Building Society, and after explaining the bouelits derived there from, said ho was satisfied that if a Society was -started hero, it would be supported by all classes, j as J any person ; joining. would bo providing' forhmisolf, und' wife' and 'family. L'ho ' ape ikeri then ''wont' ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Northern Star. Lismore, July 21, 1877. THE ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

** Lismore,1 July SÏ, 1877; 1 1 ? "~ THE ELÉXÍTORAL^ ILL; ~ ACCORDING to , the particulars to hand aVpthè.Syduey papará, tlie Billi just láid^bafóre Parliament is entitled " A Bill' tn'make better provision for tho representation o'f-thë people in the .-LegislativeAssembly/' and,its provisions will come into force the day thc Act is passed. The BUL is divided mto fiye ,parts ; part I deal ing with the usual preliminary mat ters, part Í2"w¡fch; thè. electoral .dis tricts;.; which jareC69: in numbéri rand will return, in JÍU',T" 1.Q03 members, as given in the table; below>:,the quali ; tication being the same as at present, -JEveryi male,subject of Her; ¿\íá jösty of. the age of 21 years, whe ther h'aturitl born or 'naturalised^ shall bj entitled to vote at any (elec tion for the electoral district in res pect of which he shall'be quálitíed.", Such parson is entitled to, have! Kia nanu placed on thu roll of electors of any district, if he has resided six months in that district- or...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Poet. ACT WELL THY PART. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

ACT WELL -THY PART. "All the world's à stage, And all the men and women merely players." Tuen child of toil-thou learned sage ?>: In manly prime or snowy uge^ ' Whilst on this world's important stage Ä , Aet well thy part ! ; . Art thou a man of thought or skill ? i ??- Hast though a notion's weal nt will ? i v- Whatever station thou may'st fill ;,s Act well thy purt! V Though stern affliction lay theo low, ? i Or ill-bred want its prosencu HIIOW; XÏÙ Mid life's incessant obb and flow ar- ? Act well thy part ! <" Though enemies should withhold Thy luwful riRhts through love for gold, Yet nobly-Ilka a martyr bold Act well thy part ! Would'st thou soil safely o'er life's main ? ? Would'st thou escape remorse and pain? Would'st thou a crown nf glory gain ¡ Act well thy part !

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Inhumanity Punished. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

Inhumanity Punished. ¡' Y - A )<nocltÍDg was lienrd at the outer dcor ei a small coLtoge, Btanding by udronry odd lone V»-"". s*j'"v»ood in Northumberland, and a faint voice i , hegging v .H j.'oiv God's : snke, give shelter from this hoRi'-lrost.ol night. , It hos almost frozen-my jioor old limbH. I-pruy jon, I conjure you, . > deny mo not this boon ol charily." . -; * : . frequent. was his agonised supplications, .-!." loud and Urgent. ; The poor old gamekeeper, for that was tho J : occupation of tho cottager, waa deaf; but ?." v. ' frequently did he ask his wife if she heard not somebody at the door of the cottage.'' i.^ i . ?.. .?: !' Yes,"' says sho; it's the 'drifting snow fr' .- . beating up.against tho door, or the. howling . . wind." ,v,'? ' lint her heart was harder than tho hoar frost itself. : ........ . ,., . | >?...< Oft was tho supplication repeated, with all tlic energetic force that would have melted tho ?. ? '. . heart of stone. . . &...

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The Sketcher. TREACHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

TREACHERY. "Do come down to tito river, Eola ; there arc sure to be crowds of boats out this evening. - Now, put down thnfc stupid book, mid get your lint, there's a darling." And Maggio Lee lnid violent bands upon the unoffending novel. "Oh, Maggie, it is hot!" protested her friend, raising her beautiful golden head languidly. " Hot-nonsense ! Not a bit ! It is ibo most charming ovoning 1 have over seen. There's n delicious liltlo breeze, mid it will bo lovely'sitting by thu river. You must come mid protect mo; I'm sure to get into some trouble il: I go oht alone. Now I will just curry you oil! boldly." And energetic Muggie wound her »rms round Eola's slender waist, ami fairly car ried her, light weight as «he wus, out of the room. . " That is a good child ! " she laughed, os Eola arranged obediently her pretty Bubon's hat una buttoned the> high boot« upon her littlo urched feet. " Now, here aro your gloves. It is very probable that this piece of solf-doninl on your part will ga...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Pitch Knots. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 21 July 1877

Pitch Knots. .»A wiso man is no very "groat curiosity, but a fool, is past finding out. . _ God's own good time-is Iud from all our eyes, else many of us would be pucking ,up.foc>J.wigjoumeyn.*M^. _. Tbc-little things we, puss, by . in our ovcry-dny life as of no .account, aro just .what wo.crjvfor-inrofter-yearn.-- Our life joys go "by us, aud wo are so taken up jwith our petty sorrows, that we know .them.not until it is too late. 1'Mr., He ti ry, who Jives over on Maple "street, has u dog, and it is the delight of ?}Ar. Henry's Hf e to teach that dog tricks. He' was engaged thc other evening in ?coaxing the canine to sit erect, by holding .up to his view a tempting bit of meat. There Mr. ,He.nry sat,-a picture for a pain ter ; his, chair tipped forward on its for 'ward legs, and he sat iii it with the dog .held off at arm's lèngth. "Mr. Honry was .a portly man, and'the chair was a rickety nfruir. The-, dog, unsuspicious of these dangers, was enjoying the' ;picco' of nient which...

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Latest Telegraph Story. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

liiifcst Telegraph Story,_ THE mont curious fact, i taken altogether, that "we have heard of the electric telegraph, was tojU \¡y la? cashier, -of {fie* Bank/ of jEnpT^fiidJ 'Que*- Satur day- night=the folks' of the ' Bani! .could i not make the balance come rightr /by £r00.-s * This1 is a 'serious matter *'iri that little establishment :;<:nót. thé .. cash, of course, but the mistake in the. arithmetic, for it occasions a world pf scrutiny. ". Än ferrorin balancing'has been known to keep a whole delegation * of clerks from each office at" work 'sometimes through the whole night. -. A line and. cry was of course made after this £100, as if "the «ld lady in . Threadneedle-street would be .bankrupt, without it. ; Luckily on Sunday,., morning.a clerk felt a,suspicion of the truth dart through his , mind; quicker than any flash of the telegraph itself. Re then.j told the . chief cashier on. Monday morning that perhaps the. mistake might have occurred nv 'packing some boxes o£...

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Praising the Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Praising the .-Baby. "-?-? I A sprightly correspondent writos ; My [ sister and I hold different opinions on a cer tain subject, which led lo a discussion, front which, however, I mn happy to say,-no estrangement rosnttod. Ono ot' our acquaint ances, whom wo wont to call upon, Uns n very ugly li I-.le lmby. Now, I ara not a baby-hater. 1 am fully olivo to tho winsomeness of tho chubby, cooing, orowing little innocents,, hut .the'spceimeti in question was UnmiBtakeably ugly, and I will not say it was not. Of course I did not boar it any ill-will. I thought it might bo n highly moral baby-I have known " some indicative ones-mid it might bo a very intelligent baby, though it did hot look so. Thor* might be a brilliant future before, it, and it would probably grow into a beautiful woman, ns ugly babies often do. But tho bpauty was not to be discerned only by tho oyo of faith, or of the mother. Sly sister told tho mother that it was " a sweat babe, such a pretty little thing/' Sho auid s...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Facetiae. Boar add forbear-the bear and bis bunter. A Wisconsin couple named their sixth boy "Enough." . ?-'-. A man can ¿ever know how much swifter are bis feet than his body until he pats on roller skates. . ?? ?? A man with-a night-key may. bo said to be a very stylish fellow, for he,is generally the "latest thing out." A hotel is advertised as ".kept by the widow of Mr. Brown, who died last summer on a new and improved plan." ., Tho Rhode Island police tell the .boys that they must either quit coasting or else coast lengthwise of the Slate. - NV hon ought mariners to have fruit at sea} When they stem the current. ' - Why is a beautiful woman like a Hoe print ing machine? Because slïe makes, a good impression. . Mrs. Partington says that Ike bas bought a horse so spirituous that he always goes off in n decanter. How do canary birds pay for themselves ?. Why, they give their notes, of conree. ? A coroner's jury, iuf tho case of a man who was killed by a falling* iciole, rendered a...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. To the Editor of the "Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

QUARTER SlíésrONS; To the Editor of the " Northern ätdr. " Stn,-I - bog td hand fOa tho erieidsed fdr publication. It Was sent to mo hy tho Member for tho District, some tWd months Since, birt I delayed publishing it, oá I hoped to Hilve sent you some definite information on this subject. I, have, Afc., E. vft ALLINGHAM. Lismorö, 23tli July, 1877; Sydney) ist Jitnn, 1877; SIB,-I nm directed r)'v the Minister of Justice und P'lbh'c Instruction td noknowlortge the receipt nf your lotter of the 21st Ultimo. With roferotice to a Petition forwarded to-thiS Department by tho inhabitants of Lisinoroi praying tho establishment bf a Court df Quartor Sessions at tHat pidcd, and to inform you that tho Subieot is tinder criflsideratiom / I littve, &c, \V. E¡ PLUNKETT. Undor Seorotary; To T. Bawden, Esq., M.P.; Grafton.

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The Open Column BUILDING SOCIETIES. (To the Editor of the "Northern Star.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Thc Open Column BÜIBBING SOO IÉTIES. (To Ûe i'ditor of the " tfotiktrn. Slát.") Sm,-Tho subjé6t Of tho establishment Of ft Building Scioioty on tho Richmond River, is now favorably atfuctiiig all lAeinbers of Society, A3 such an institution tbrmod on a liberal basis, is beneficial to rich arid poor, especially to the latten As this topic has met with sdtne considerable degree of attention f'ronl tho people of Jiismoro, and as the cdtivouor Of tho ineoting last Wednesday, either by his published letter, or his explanation at that meeting failed to give any positive pinn upon which tho Sooiety should bo established, I may be pardoned from thus publicly placing my views before your numerous readers, on this important topic. A Building Society may be förmod in soveral wayS, and on différant plans. OHO plan is-that Upon which tho old Building Societies in Sydney . wore formed, that is, te wait until the accumulation of subâériptioiis from members gave tho Society tho roquirod funds td ad...

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The Timber Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Thè Thilbef ïréulc. A MEETING of persons interested Sn the above was held at Mr. C. Dean's Hotel, on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of securing %he "Wilson's 'Creek Chain. . Mr. A. CURRIE was caÜéd to the ttnair, and after briefly stating the object oí the meeting, cá\Í6d upon Mr. Griffin to môvè the first resolution-. Mr. GRIFFIN thén moved as follows :. " That it is tho Opinion of this meeting that it is actually necessary for thô safety of the property of all concôrned, to femové the lower chain from where it now is, to whérô it hàs been for a huinbôr of yeats-, viz.-, 'thô. Big Eddy." Seconded by Mr. P. GRAY-, and unani mously carried-. v Moved by Mr. C. W. GRÍFFÍÑ- ' Tha.t Monday nVSxt, bè the day for the reinóval and replacing in its old bösitidn-, oí the chain named in thô first resolution, and 'that illl present meét on thô day nâinéd, and perfoVm the work necessary, ¿nd before leaving the chain, gee it in a thorough efficient staté for stopping tihibôr 5 and that if...

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The Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

The Building Society* A FAIRLY attended meeting Sv&s held at Mr 0. Dean's Hotel, on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of considering the advisability of forming a Benefit Building Society. Mr. J. BAILLIE, on being 'calléd to the Chair, said, that ho waa glad to s6e such a good attendance, though, at the saine time, ho was sorry to see several influential gentlemen absent ; but he had no doubt when the objects and benefits of the proposed Building Society became more fully known, it would be better appreciated by all classes. He would now call upon the convenor of the meeting to proceed to business. Mr. T. SWINDELLS said that the advantages of a Benefit Building Society to such a town as Lismore must be patent to all persons, and ho called it a Benefit Building Society because it.was a benefit in many- ways> both to the investing and borrowing hVomuers. He much regretted that certain information had not come to hand from Gratton j but with their permission he would r...

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Latest Commerical. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

I/iifcest Commercial. í_Bv TELEGRAM:] ? ?' , ' SYDNEY, JULY 27." 'MESSRS. ' H. PUIESTLY; and Co.! report ,that maize-, was > selling ; this day at Ss lOd per bushel ; eggs, ls ld per aozen; fowls, 3s 4d per pair ; ducks, 6s ? per pair ; bacon,, lQd per lb. ; butter; ls : 8d per lb. jochéese, lOd per, lb. j potatoes, 6s per cwt..-' / .. i.'' » ' ' - ' .<: . - -

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Itcligious Memoranda, CHURCH- OF ENGLAND - SERVICES. Fifth ' Sunday-Tho Tweed arid the Stations. ; HENRY PORTER B. A., ' P. R NE WTON, Assistant Curate.

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WEDNESDAY, 25TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

"WEDNESDAY. 25írt JÜLY. .. .. Before the PÖLICH MAGISTRATES Henry Ray appeared on summons charged with obtaining goods by falsa pretences, but there being no appearance pf tile prosecutor, the defendant waa discharged;

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Casino Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

fcitTEST TELEGRAMS. ' ' "{FrojÁltiht Australian Associated Press.) Casino Races. , FIRST. DAY. , - JULV 2G. r'MtSÖen Plate.-Verdict; 1 ; Zingora, 2. ' Tiátiies Purse.-Empire, 1 ; Macaroni, 2. '"Vtailter Stakes.-Democrat, 1; Scamp, 2. .-S Novel Race.-Steeltrap, 1 ; Blackboy, 2. "ffilie weather was fine, and the attendance .''?¿amall.

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

"*B\Al3-. lilKA. July 23.-^-Examiner, barque, and Neptune, ' .schooner, froni SvHney.. 'ÔËPARTUBES. July 26.-'Atalanta, "Wallnce and Bruce, and Ocenn Bride, schooners, for Sydney. July 26;-Platypus, s., 200 tons, Captain ' Magee, for S^clney. Passengers-Mr. Cash, ' and 1 in"'the'-steerage. Cargo: 1349 bags maize, 5 bagá-tacón, 83 hides, 3 casks tallow, . 32 casks1 moldases, 10 pigs, 15 cases eg^s, 6 ."-coops fowls','kegs butter, 1 bale tobacco, 21 mats sugar,. Arid sundries. July 27.-i^'v onus," schooner, for Sydney, and Alehymistj.s., for Grafton. The Steamer Bonnie Dundee arrived at the J RSchmond'Rivor Hoads, last evening.

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Lismore Police Court. FRIDAY, 20TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Lismore Police CoUrt. FELT)AY, 20TH JULY. . ' Before the POLICE MAOISTIIATE. . John' Q'Ñeil brought up'.charged with imbibing,, too, much, ] ?? was admonished i and discharged on his promising : to leave the district. Permission - waa given to Spencer Cottee' to have - the gamo of Billiards played in htë licensed house, known as the Freemason's Hotel. ..'?'?* -? . ;; ' :, y!

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Coming to tne Point Badly. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Coming to tne Point Badly. A stranger in our part iatoly met a countryman on tho --highway, and asked him if he could direct him to tho house of Thomas Brown. " Certainly, mister, I guess ns how I knows Tom Brown jist about as well as tho next man you could lind. Tom and mo- moved tew this hore part of tho country together, and we married cousins, and Tom got right smartly sold when he married that ero Betsey--" " Excuse me, my good sir," said thc stranger, growing impatient, "excuso me for.interrupting your story, but I am in a groat hurry, and would bc much obliged if you will direct ino'", " Ob, certainly, mistor, I'll show you, and if I do say it, there is no ono can direct you tow Tom Brown's bettor than I can. But, as I war saying, Tom got alfircdly sold when ho married Bot Harris, mid ho's never hud a mimi's penca since.. Xow, there's my wife-" " But, my dear sir, I fear I shall not be able to listen to your entire story ; 1 wish you would be. so good as to point out the road...

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