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The Coming Puller. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

.?><;. r- 'TTlie Coining Puller. . ? AccoRDiNo'tö the 'Home''News;' the "follow ángi'is ithé'. man' with ' whom ' 'Trickett ' will .shortly, have to contend for tho cbanipiónshif .-of the World :-" A professional . sculler ii - fgradiially w'prkinghis .way to- the top of thc . tree-if, indeed, "-.he, isi not. there ..'already who two'years ago was an unknown, man on . ihe'i'Thames". ThiB. 'is" T. 'Blackman, oí Dulwich, who in August, 1875,' made his .debut ur the: Sculls of' the Thames Regatta .for men who had never i-owed for a stake oí j&lOO. '-i At that timo he. was pointed out as .one wlio would bo sonie-day-: champion of England, af . ho. wore butproperly ; taught. . He rowed then by little more than -tho light .of nature, and was only eighteen, years old, but1 he showed 'himself a thorough . .stayer, .and by going us fast as he did when rowing in bad style; gave good grounds for inferring that if ever he should learn a good style there . would, be few.'if...

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

N O T I O ÍD ; W ANTED, Apply to a Tidf ÎTORSE - GIBL. MBBI fefÖOKS CUVUBA. ROYAL TYCOON CIRCUS, -.,. T..-- ' The «reates* CrtiftDinatieii Noir ' TráVellin?* " . äö STAR PERFOBMEßÖ ¡ii Including the Original Trcööw TROUPE of Whose Feats of Strength; Science, and Agility, have never yët been accomplished by any" other Race j pf ' Men in îthé World. , Bareback, Scenic,; arid Pad Biders, .Performing Horsèé, Do gä, &Rd Jlîotikeyé. T^is TALENTED TROUPE will appear] at LISMOHE, on TUESDAY nnd^jEDNESDAY, 31st JULY, and LJ\AUGUST. J8^~ The Two COMPANIES com bined are pronounced by all who have seen them in their Wonderful and 'Miraculous Performances, to Surpass) éithef Individually or Col-1 leettvelyj any European, American, or Asiatic Troupe that has ever përfofnied or appeared in these Colonies-. JOÄN RIDGËV P^opAuëtor. CHARLES PEARY; Managen NOT! tí E. APUBLIC MEETING of the ÍAhamtiVrit», will bó hold in the' 0OURT-HÖU3E, LISMORE^ ón SATURDAY-, tho 4th AUGUST, at 2 o'düok p.m., ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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SECOND DAY. JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

SECOND DAY. _:.--.-JULY-27; Handicap.-Empire, ; : 1";' Maccarom, 2 ; won easily. " - . "i Publican's -PurBO.-Cardigan, 1 ;,: Jenny, ,2/' . ^??- ? .' .? ? ? ? . i \" ~ Hack Race.-Scamp, V; Warrior,-2. Forced Handicap.-Verdict; 1 ; Zingora, ,2<; Radical, 3. ./.-.,. .Ü i ; r *; Verdict - is matched ? against Radical, for £60 asido. A SYDNEY, JULY 27. r The Assembly has passed the second read ing of the Electoral Bill without a division. - -Tho Supply Bill for July,' and Railway , loan, has passed all stages in both Houses. The debate on Mr. Garratt's resolution . with regard to the Attorney-General's meaning .of the three first clauses in the Lands Act, has been adjourned until Wednesday. . ?? , '" The steamer City of Hobart, foundered off "Wilson's Promontory, and all hands were .saved. .? ' The Joint. Stock Bank has declared a divident- of 10 per cent., and a bonus of ls. .a share. i £250 has been subscribed towards the formation of a Shipwreck Relief Society. .Maize, dull...

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THE WAR. LONDON, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

..í-THE WAR. . : > . LONDON, JULY, 24. I Special despatches confirm the reports 'of .. tho , atrocities committed by the Russians nipon Turkish subjects. . : M.-I.? There rare pilguo rumors about an' alliance ' lbetween- Russia and Italy, /.rr.The''- Russian ¡Press 'alleges 'that if the British squadron, enters the Hellespont, it .will encounter the Italian squadron. The Hons? of Commons has rescinded its vote of censure upon Earl Beaconsfield for tho appointment of Mr. Pigott. ?. ? ? ? '.The enquiry into thejoss of the iron *«hip "Great , Queensland, has: terminated;'. The 'Court attribute the . loss to explosion. There -were 2:tons of patent safoty;po\vder_oa board; .-and it'blames the owners for .sending 32 tons >o£ ordinary powder, besides. ' It is probable that' legal proceedings will be taken against .-.the owners. ' T The following telegram-, has been received .by tho Colonial Secretary, from: the Agent General s-35,000 Russians have successfully .crossed tho Balkan Mou...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Wardell. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) July 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

, Wardell. (FBOit Otía COKllESroXEENT.) . . ; , t July 24th. THIS little 'township, has heen all on tho . move lately, one ofour residents . being tho contractor for making" improvements on the road:from hore, to tho Bullina aud Lismore roads, "over . tho mountain. ', Tho mon employed by him being detained by the late heavy, rains,, had. to amuse themselves by walking about, which Caused some com motion, as this quiet.place is very seldom Visited by mord than one or. . t\vo strangers, Ht a time, it seemed to make it quito lively, I trait the -weather may now keep finé, tloat we tnày get our road made passable in rainy seasons. I think the contracter will gó Sri in good earnest, to complété it as early as possible. We wèrè visited last week by a very uncommon, personage in this district (it was nota Minister of the Gospel), by-thô-byè it was moré than I had súén befôï'è during my resideftôô hère, of 16 years; well it was a sober Medical gentleman, Dr. Foreman. I believô we have to th...

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

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. W. E. FRASER M.A.; will (D.V.) preach at WOODBURN-On 20th July, at ll aim., and Coraki, at 3 p.m. ;, Wyrallah, on 5th August, at -ll a.m., and Lismore, at 3 ! pfin. ; Gundurimba, on 9th, at 7 p.m. ; ' Casino,' on 12th, at ll n.m., and 7 p.m. ; i . Ballina, on? 10th, at ll a.m., and Duck i Creek, uta p.m. .

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

< 'SHIPPING NEWS. * Hi I S^ CMTO Tt TU . ARRIVALS. -July 23.-Feurlessyschooner, from Sydm-y; DEPARTURES. . - . Jïûy 21.-"Platypus,- a., for Sydney. -July 23.-Margaret, schooner, for Sydaey.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

SHIPPING. : FOB i S YÍX> N" 23 "3T . ?mHE CLARENCE and RICHMOND KI VER X STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S | .STEAMER ..... JOHN MAGEE, Master; . "Will run REGULARLY between SYDNEY «ad I XISMORE, taking,, Passen^era-, ajadi Cnrgo, . and .affording a means.of RAPID j|^p>AFE OOM- | Ml JNICATION betwoim . ÜvAS, jWer and '.Metropolis. ''' miry / . alar On ;and after Aha lfrtlmpEMBEO, »a. | CREIGHT on MAIZE will be »duceu*. to Sn. 0d. .per BAG. ' _ , .' .: . .? JOHN WHITE, ," , Secretary. '.BpBLiq NOTICE. Steam*"between Lismore, Ballina, and Intermediate Towns.. THE ' STEAMER "VICTORIAj" will, future, RUN REGULARLY botwcon LIS MORE and BALLINA, Dairying: Passengers and ?Cargo,-leaving LISMORE -on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS at S A.M. waiving at BALLINA «bout 4 >.x. Returning; -will leave BALLINA on TUESDAYS und FRHÍ AYS wt- S A.M., arriv ing: at LISMORE, about -¿L s.n. Time Table; DOWN. Will Leavo Lissions ¡ Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto TJJP Will Leave BAW.IλA GvNDuniimx WVBAI.LA.II . Cott...

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Ventriloquism Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

.' Ventriloquism,Extra i/-.' ordinary. - . A circumstance, winch powerfully, oxeited the risible muscles of o number of the towns people, one.e occurred in Grimsby. . ; i lt huppeined that the late Mr. Love, the jveiiliiloquist, hod publicly . annouueed Jds itjlentiou of performing in the Assembly llóónis. ./ ' . ,'"': " ' . I j,.J'Oii tho appointed'. evening' A numerous an'diént/o'had assembled; mit tho performance Jiad' scaroely comtiiencud,'when it' was sudden ly- interrupted by the'most1'dirndl yells and bowlings from above. ' j lt appears that iii that part of the'cnteitoin tncnt, when, by means of his singular powers of vocal deception; be causes an invisible agetitti) be-heard singing oiv tho roof of a building umuy .. yards , distant from that in. ivhicli he exhibits; then gradually approaching iinl-il it isliually heard iu the act of descend ing tho chimney attached to the .Assembly ltoosns, a native of un adjoining village, who had been induced to patronise tho entertain m...

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"Old Si" on the Compromise Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

"Old Si" cm the Com promise Bill. . "OW Si" approached a crowd of'.'darkies' ibo olher.dny and remarked: " Well, ile Protsydcnt hah signed tho com promiso bill, sho'!" " \Vhar' is dat bill ennyhow-tell us dat?" " Dar T.'su liei'biil fer ter stall-'knso I'so not purly well 'quainted wid de pervishuus ob de bill. 1 jess leno's dat hit's er jist p'ogramine fdr do setllin' dis hear prosydent bigness !" " How are dat bill gwino ter settle hit dal's do qucsohin?" . '"Well, cz I jess ¡gib out, I'so not berry fifrmillius wid de propyzishun, hut hit's sorter dis w.iy. fae 'foured, dat hit's pretendid fer ter sntiify bofo 'side's tm' melt needer ob 'em happy-sorter like- d'vidiiV up a hog, yor koo' whar yer can't gib bofe do hams to dn saino party widout. spilin' da 'greeraant nn' do hog . at de same time !" . Ktornal spring, can bo found' only in a rubber factory., . . " NV hut give yo that black'oyo ? " asked Pat 'of Michael. ('" Vuia, un' it was hur-r-t by maidm-uery,'/ replied ' tho decol...

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The Old Man who Smiled. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

The Old Man who J; , Smiled. I Ono time iJiere waa a good old man living in Detroit. His back was bent, his step was slow, and men who gazed on his .snowy locks and wrinkled face whis pered to euch other : ?"lie is a good old man who has not long to live." ? The old man had been well ofi ? in his day, but when he found himself on the shadyside bf'life, wife dead and home broken up, he said to his only.son :, " Here, William, take all I have and let your homo be mine until I die." The son took tho papers-you bet ho did ! and the father, was* given a cozy corner, a big chair and a corner-cob pipe. All wont well for a year or so, end then thc son and tho son's wife began to make it uncomfortable for the nice old man in the corner. They threw out hints, de prived him'of comforts, and one cold doy in winter ho was told that he lind better go to Halifax-Novo Scotia. Tho old man's hoart was sore as he went out into the world to battle against hun ger and cold, and when night came he cowere...

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Warming a Boa Constrictor. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

j>'^wini^'-fe--ÍBpa:. Con- : ¡ j Johnson, the .attendant, ¿t a menagerie, was : looking over his charges ope cold night; when I lie *fóiíml that the' boa wis', benumbed "and lappnreiitly hnlf dencl. .. . ! " With a strange disregard of conse-piences,' ¡he töok the hnlWrozcn snake' from its box, ¡«nd placed it iii' his own warm bed from which .he had risen.,' ¡ - i - i ; ¡i ' ; He then returned lo hedj intending,:, when. ,the enaUo should revive from its r.hillod . aiuf ¡benninbed condition, to replace it in its box., j \ Unfortunately, Johnson fellinto a dose and ilhen.into ix deop sleop.,; , .,' '; ll "From Iiis sound 'slumber lie was ' awakened' ;by'a horrible sense bf suffocation' about his ¡chest. ' ?,'"' '.''" . j Ha awoke to.find himself in' tbo-torriblo ¡coils of tim boa constrictor, which had boen iwarmed to lifo and fury in Johnson's bed. . ? ?? j : The unfortunate man.comprehended .iu an ansi ant this tearful ; danger. Great drops bf .sweat started to his blow, as in an...

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Chirups. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

Chimps. BT A " LITTLE ErM».*' ITS funny how our little globe goes ttfilnd and round, and up and down, ' isn't it 1 Of course, yon don't see much of it, being confined to terra firma ; but I can assure you as far as my observation goes-and I can see a long way,-that the world is round, and is. suspended in %J>ace, the same - as the other planets. tThis wasn't 'what I meant to say «.bout the world,-but really an article in your paper, last week, set me moralizing. Only fancy Mr. John Fairfax gone at last. You didn't know him, perhaps, and toore's the pity. -He was a man take him for all in all, that few printers will look upon his like again, now-a daysi : ' He built up a splendid property, thanks to his energies, and the good times, and paid his men well, which is more than some newspaper raen aró -able to do. I dare say, many of you wish you were John Fairfax ; hilt bless you-the times are out of joint, just^ttcw, and there is too much cpmpetitioflHCdo not say that it was the ¿as...

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The Cure by Violet Blue. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

I, Tlie Cure by Violet j > Blue. ? i G^nornl Plenson.tyn's took .on the-'remarle-. 1 ¿bte. m'otliçiil* iiúalitíes bf ' sunlight thrown, ? tlif buglt bino glti'ss lins been widely read si iiue¡ rits'-'putylicntiou, 'and ' lins WáuHao' in many' experiments'witliho?HUlè success.' 'It is" not linderstoo'd that General Plensnrjtoh wns tho ;flrst discoverer.of tire Bood' öü'act of Idito light' lipon tb'e> nervous system .of 'mani ¿nd .btlibr .creatures,.but his book'was; tho first popular' 'wrilipg,onfthat subject, if it was not, indeed, .tho,.first .published; treatise .upon it of »my Icindl,,/pr. Bayard, of'.Iprtiolhsü'eel, in this city, iiáfi for a long time past been experimen ting upon tlio effects..bf bliie light.in sick i rpomsi and lately)'if .we are hot mistaken, he .lins froqudiilly'Hvcated patients 'in'-'this' way and cured them. ".'?'"-' ... ' '?'' . j i\s'to tho exact offect tif tho-hlue light, the o'piiiions'of suien1ific'perHpns:di(l'er, 'and it is too early univ to' ...

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A Long Swim. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

^ A^iong Swim. - Some years ago, the *. Windsor - Castle," East Indiaman, was on .her voyage, when a s'enmsn, named Smith, fell overboard. ID an instant his'comrade* were ou the'alert, and, as ono means of safety, "they scattered hen coops and spars on tho waves, until .tho ship could be brought, round or hove to. - As this operation required sómo little time, the unfortunate man got to windward, and at last, by great exertion, got hold of tho rudder, and in this way kept Iiis head above water. ' ' His messmates,intbo meantime, were busy 'searching for him on tho side pf the vessel; Troni which ba fell. Nb ono thought of look 'ing to windward, and, as it was impossible to bear his cries amidst the'roar of the waters , and the whistling of the breeze, thèy'gave him up forlost.- . '". ' ."? ' The half-exhausted -tar then managed to clamber up tho rudder, and, creeping in by a port-hole, to ensconce himself in tho gun room but Iiis eries of : distress were uot heard, ns tlio guu-room i...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, July 28, 1877. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

%\¡t Itartïjent MM. i JlAsmore, July 28,107?, Local and General News. HiîMO.- lit consequence of a pressure of news, wa are compelled to leave over a leader . and other matter. And in consequence of an, accident, at a late hour, "we are compelled toe leave out a portion of the Circus, and other Advertisements. , , RRIDCIE'S Koral. TYCOON CIRCOS. - Our readers .will perceive from our advertising columns that -we are promised a visit from the above celebrated Circus, which ha3 attracted large' audiences, both in Sydnoy, ~ and every wther town visited. Report speaks very highly of tho entire Troupe, which left Grafton, last week, in live colored coaches, and after playing at Casino for three nights, intend ta perform hero on Tuesday and \Vednesday nights next. The ' "Victoria" steamer, will run from Wyrallah, on Tuesday night, in time for thu performance, and if tho weather keeps fine, wo shall no doubt soe such _ a crowd that, will astonish the worthy proprietor of the Circus, nnd our...

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THe Quichenot Lampforge. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

THe Quicheiiot Lamp forge. A brief account of (his new lamp-forge, included in ' Useful Items From Franoe,' Which ? appeared in our columns having occassioned numerous inquiries as to this sovol source - of heat, a more detailed description of its principle and modo of action maj" probably prove acceptable. Tho apparatus, of which M. Qüicheuot, u Frenoh civil engineer, is the inventor, is designed to supply a want that has long been felt, that of a blowpipe and furnace combined, easy of transport, applicable to the arts, or for experimental purposes, and which does its work cheaply, llequiring no special fittings, it caa be used where gas can not, and yields, it may ba added a heat con siderably greater. The-so called carburetor, or actual lamp forge, is composed of a shell or chamber of cast-iron, with a false bottom or double comT portment, into which air is to be forced by tho aid of a smith's or ciroular bellows. On this shell stands an annular vessel of cast-iron, containing pe...

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A Successful Dreamer. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

j v ïhçre -Jiave ? vi^oñ,;^ J '. accóm p!isjiai]'vp^^n^ç^'!.8âc^vtfiê days' : tvliea 'Jósdjph .dreánWtf'átóütihis; brQthers ; to'tliht'CKtl^t/tliaï'.:í licy ¿felt .ïnàj iJJgypt' ¡was Ui'o-óñly place wj^ro^ié'^'çùldtjdô'fùll'j justice toli'is'/oxtraordin'ary ¡was ' the.v-Tespoctab^ 'who,' .dreamed, qffa'part)^ jin i-tlie snow; /incl~. Vlio.. 'immediately," ,hhî;néss^;''irjji -lys- horses ^ä^went^ana'. jxescûçântlip^ too, was the ,'G'onV mêcticïït yoting[^àn'wliq'.Jaiély 'dreamed.' ithát ".ltCj-H'àd ,a,T-father'locked ¿üp".ini ' the' 'refrigerator, and .'who,' on' siitisecntcntíy, ,unlocking.,the fcïrJ'gèratory, with à viewto jporltfchops,'fourni ii."partially ^congealed .-parent whom lié.Uobly proçQedédto thaw' .out/;' As a successful 'pract'ïéàl/dreamery .however, no'one ha?, ^surpassed , Freeman ' ÎGovc; .of the sl'TOp;;ïââ\Jtîày;'Hvho''.qwos. ibis life to thc prorn'pt rqnd ."iiifelligónt',' piannef'iû which" lie dreamed not ' many jcfrivs ago.*1''.' ' /''* '.', ..' ' '.'. "''' '' ...

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French Land-owners. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

-French Land-owners. *fjt! ív-án;3Fraoca nn arca'abîiul half as largo agai.r ns -xlio Unit«d 'Ivirigclom,:]H . own i'd by nearly . ö,öOO,00() proprietors of ngriciillural lands, of *..., ....: whom ö,0()l),000. of ipeasunt'furmers own one ..tlnrd:»of i tile .whole area,'\vith, what reuult-'is ?f: : every day blooming, helter: known «od fnbre. > " : fillip ^recognised in tlnsiooimtry:- The industry: í*?-» and ..thrift of those, peasant, o wprrs are matt. . /¿.-.fe velous,' «nu spread, their. effect jthroiigh. Ute1 .whole society of-France. The grata'fr fining: "id; produce 'prir (Ufrc, ofvFranço may nut he. to gi cal; as inJinJî'atKl, fyrt 'Ulis is* ejjmill v Obsuii .i:-;. : w:val»lewhen-'«<iii!ptiringtWel»rí|éF rumia ofl'i anea _of, winch: . lliu/pvai-e: mora- than lno,00!l, n-itji i-'"tholianfaiaSrnsotitbiHlsouwry.-a ¿Vs-curhpat-ed' Li:' '?.v<ilb the srimlUiiruiers of A-j-aiiaa hiring tildi v.". irlndi -o\ others, Ute small ownersluoqnestioiriv». .wv.-.'Wv ...

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 July 1877

' ' STEAMERS' VIA'' SUEZ- /'' '"*'1 '' .'..i',.'.. '. . ,ÀxaiiyB'^tmtmrrr ,¡...,'", » January 12, ¡'February 9¿-March-9,'iApril 6,' May 4,: June 1,, June 29, July 28,. August; 25¡I September 22, October, 20, November ¡ 17;,..De?; i comber 15. ,t . .. , ¡ ..-.;ti-. .",,,,,- '.,..)..¡ ., LEAVE SYDNEY--».,-|ttrtn-»* !H January 22, February 19, March 19, April 14',H May 12,,iJune fl, July 0,i AugustfS, August 31-,' 'September, 30, ..October. 28,¡, Jyoveinber,'25,->De-i cembor23.j, J¡¡t. ;; ..,.{, 'ivï-jv/ofJ.ii.-.-iH

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