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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 September 1876

New Advertisements. New Goods ! New Goods ! ! rriHZOl TJNDERSiaNED begs to thank his -J- friends for the LIBERAL SUPPORT he has received at their hands, and would call attention to his SELECT SHIPMENTS of FIRST-CLASS SPUING- AND SUMMER GOODS, at PRICES wMch DEFY COMPETITION, now OPENING- at his STORES. f^* A TRIAL will PRÖVE this to be NO PUFF. ANDREJ WOTHERSPOON, . Next the COMMERCIAL BANK. Lismore, 22nd September. . NOTICE. XX^AttTED-A COMPETENT FEMALE * VV : " SERVANT. Apply to .MRS. STOCKS, ?. 5 . CANIABA. South Lismore Provisional School. A BALL in aid of the BUILDING EUND of -^3- the above SCHOOL, will take place on MONDAY, September 25th, at the SCHOOL HOUSE, SOUTH LISMORE. DANCING to commence at' 8 p.m., sharp. Admission--Single Tickets, gentlemen ls. 6d., ladies ls. ' Double Ticket, to admit lady and gentleman, 2s. : Children under twelve years half pnce. A GOOD BAND will be in attendance, and REFRESHMENTS at a moderate price will be provided. J. E. JAMES, Secretary. Il/TAT...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRAY NOTES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 September 1876

STRAY NOTES. , , ; .* ' [BY O TJ-s-H-E.] ¡ p «TUST as the evening sun, with a thousand rays of light, struggling through the dense brushy wood that crowns the lofty hills of Woodlawn, there was a regular line of communication opened between the river and our little school rpom. Parties of ladies and gentlemen in their best attire, and well adapted to please at such social gatherings as these, were quickly making their appearance, tripping lightly along" with, smiling faces, indulging in those pretty com pliments thaj are so necessary to the well being of society. By the time that the last mellowed beam of day kissed the landscape, e'er darkness closed the scene, a goodly number of ladies-and gentlemen had gathered together, and by the friendly greeting, interchanged, I could see that we were sure to haye a happy meeting. By the side of the school room, a huge fire was sparkling and blazing away, got into position by the energy and kindness of Mr. Wm. Clancy, who kept us alive during...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "NORTHERN STAR." LISMORE, SEPTEMBER 23, [?] THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 September 1876

rr- --r-^~- :.? ...vi 4? :---:-rr-_-._,_-..4" _ LISMORE, SEPTEMBER > 23, i(Ä r ^.'^.^j--?- ; « . :T ) f : THE MAILS. . ~P As the time is now at hand whecr the - ^OSTKASTJBE-GENERAII calls for tendéis for the conveyance of HEB. -MAJESTY'S If ails,. it, may be a question* worthy ' of considera tion whether a few changes in the d§ys of departure of said »mails would'"not bis; con Iducive to the general' ^interests, of thejtown ..! and district. For instance,- the^Oasm^mail leavesr,here onj Mondays ^ and Wednesdays, the f bruter of which*is"-very ' inconvenient for 'the mails to the Clarence. A Saturday's mail;- is much requireçl, and ;no, dotp;- the? extension of business will spon recMre a mail thrice a week. Again, the Tweeiumail leaves here on Friday, .when, for ^jgenera-l : business purposes Saturday appears äffetter day. One of the Gundurimba maifjidays ' should' be changed to Saturday, s&Jas. to allow of the latest news being forwarâèct in that- direction.;- and lookin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 September 1876

V FOB SYDNEY. jrjlHE CLARENCE and RICHMOND R] STE A Ttff^ NAVIGATION COMPANY ?STEAMER- '-a.. " PLAT YJPTJ S, ó' ? . JOHN MAGEE, Master, Wül run REGULARLY between SYDNEY M LISMORE, takina: Passengers and Cargo, aií2| affording a means" of RAPID aud SAFE COM4 MÜNICATION between this River and Metropolis. , ;-N - i| JOHN WHITE, I '?{'?' - .. Secrétariat TO SUPP IE RS. ^T^ANTED,_ CARGOES fo|^SYDNEX#ai^ ' MELBOURNE ; LO^^T ERÉIG^B^Sl JAMES CALL A GHAN, " ! ^ BALLINA* STORES. : 4 Gr. LAEElt, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, &c. 'IE MOLE SWOB TS- SUMMET, . , ' ' tlSMORE. . i Groceries,. ?.n'">' "***' ^-?*»~* . . Boots and Shoes,/.-^ llipliTÄiän^IGro6ds, ^ I ! - j. REMUNERATIVE PRICES. ^ GENTS CLOTHING, B¿st QÄT> »»d Tip-top Style, v ¿f 1ÜT LADIES* TRIMMED ^7 latest ^Fashion. ^ Z--:-: GENERAL S/OEEKEEPER, NORTH/I^O^11' A LWAYS OKHAND-A EIRST-CLASS STOCK of DRAPERY, HOOTS AND SHOES, >SABDLERY, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE, &c, AT LOWEST PRICES. JUST LANDED AT W...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 September 1876

Local and General ¿íe-yl. LISMORE IMPROVEMENTS.-Owing to tH! spirited exertions of our local capitalists, aided "fr a noble army of carpenters and builders, a great dange for thc better appears to be coming over théspirit of the dream of this little township, which J. Lang, in one of his happy thoughts, called f $ Sleepy Hollow," as new buildings are going irp iiMl direc tions, wliile many others are projected. Oposite to Mr. S. Côttèe's Freemason's Hotel, in Mlesworth Street, Mr: "W. Saville has just complets a new j range of buildings for Mr. J. McLennan, ûûch.-are already tenanted,-by Mr. P. Daly, bètmaker; Mr. E. ~W. Allingham, solicitor ; the orthern Starr: and Mr Loboliner, tobacconist. Further on, in the same street, Mr. R. H. Fogwel has just finished a six-roomed house for IVTr. Cawy, while report says that several other vacant pieci of land in the same street will shortly be buiítpon,-to the great improvement of the land, an tithe ap pearance of the street. In Woodlark Sjèe...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Ballina. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] September 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

? Ballina. . ' g§|^^... Sil [FROM OUE, COBBESPOimiJîÉ?^^p:5-1 tili s portion of the river appears^^ôDj^iïôÇier left out m the cold in your journaÍ, ^|^^s^i§ he ' " e anivkjs and departures of ship^iôÊ: X take liberty^ of forwarding you a fetf"§Í«íf^on eneralhere; and to mffe£|]^in a¡fi happy to say, that iib-collector j^^^i^g £fj|e season'k crushing, and no doubt ^ J£,good account of their doings shortl -^|orth Crepk, I believe, takes the ;pr3^éj,jposi ^tion of th£ district, for sugar-grw^§^ j^being sb near tV¡e coast there is little or no1 frost tb nip in Jkke bud. Our indefatigable, local'gagent br the Yictoria Marine Insuranee'lCQmpany, has been for the last few weeks stiru'gglkig with shifting sands and salt-water for,/possession of the schooner Summer Hose, and\ffc''^*^pear~ anees he will win the game. .It ii rather a plucky thing to attempt the recovery 6fh-Vessel lving in the surf, and three-parts full of sand d water ; but a stout heart coupled with in digence wiil work wond...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

TO FARMERS. JUST for the sake of keeping the agricultu ral ball rolling we again respectfully-notify, that following the system introduced by ourselves in New Zealand and Queensland, we are now offering our friends and sub scribers, gratis, seeds of Queensland Water melons and Piunpkins, Grammas, Peruvian ' Bark, and Jute or Indian Hemp. The latter plant will suit this, district, and prove a very payable introduction, and advantage should be taken of^the present favorable ^weather to plant it ont, and thereby raise a ^rge quantity of ll^ed for the -next ,sewin£r. '. . . *"~_-_ -

Publication Title: Northern Star
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

SHIPPING IiraBIiLiaiNCE. f ARRIVALS. 1 f . October ö.-Bjartha, schooner, from Sydney. DEPARTURES. ¿ < V * October 5.-Rob Roy, schooner,, for Sydney, with "^0,000 feet pine and 10,000 feet sawn timber. Am phitrite, schooner, for Sydney, with about 86,000 feetrpinè. ... v *. October 6.-Victory, schooner, for Sydney, with 100,000 feet cedar, and 20,000 sawn timber. Saucy Jack, schooner, for Sydney, with 110,000 feet pine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

^C^ifr:¿>3á 'SYDNEY m fTlHE;CLAIÍENCE and KICHMONI) RIVERAI i Wfejtífiffi^ NAVIGATION räMPANY|j . JOHN MAGEE, Master, i \J: j Will, run:REGULARLY between /SYDNEY %üä $ liLi^ORE, taking Passengers and Cargo/i and H .^OTding a means of RAEED^ aud; SAFE COM- 1 fMUNICATION betweën^ this^Riwr ^and ¡gm .;'uMîetropolis. ~ jp^l« :'ÍXV*JF> ; - ?* * i JOHN.»'WHITE, {Nj ** ;l¿-í*t '-fV-;' ? ' . * V>J 'J Secretary© FIT TÖ SHIPPERS, ft" ( j ^V\7^ANTED, CARGOES for , SYDNEY V V MELBÓTfllÑE ; ^LOWEST ^REIGHfö j STORES. 1 7&T7 » afOZ^V tfJJTJBr* STREET, {^£| LISMORE:, ill Groceries, T% - ' ; T Draperies^ , 1 Ironmongery, ..;» .^ Boothana SJ Fan« _ .-md VARIED SZQQK. of DRAPER; on hand and to arrive, all specially soléete from the. BEST HOUSES IN SYDNEY,- Quality? ?m -, tl .»ITT r\TTTTlfir guaranteed, and -will he sold at* the LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES. " É^- GENT'S CLOTHING, Rest Quality, and Tip-top Style. ^ LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, very latest Fashion. - ' JU t aESTÈRÂli STOREKEEPE...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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LATEST TELE[?] (From the Australian Asso[?] SYDNEY. Friday, Oct[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

; ' LATEST TELBdmßl^_ '? {From the Australian Asso SYDNEY. Friday, Oct ' Mr. Rouse lias been elected memlpE ftfrÈ Mudgee by a large majority over Mr. l%p|£p Tlie ¡Royal Society intend to urge ufAnj tile Government to introduce, next session,^ a ffeneral Public Health. Act. under the'-: a general Public Health control of a Central Board. The Minister for Lands lys the founda tion stone of a new Lands GS.ce to-morrow^ .'- There are sixty-five enties for Tattefcjf eaîl'a Cup, and nineteen ». the^Haprke|| - LBY TELÈG] SYDNEY, MESSKS. H. PRIESTLY *J maize was selling this u bushel; hides, 3d per i bacon, Sd per lb.; hui cheese 9d per lb; pot hark, £6 per ton. jber 6. p0r¿ tlHat lOd pet ^ Md per lb ; per ton ;

Publication Title: Northern Star
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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

... : # ARRIVALS. -. . October Schooners Neptune, Perseverance, Bertha, and Wallace and Bruce, from Sydney. 1 October 5.- ^ßcnooners Princess Louise, Leonidas, ¿nd Monarch^ froia Sydney. - October 6. - Lady Robinson, schooner, from ?Sydney.. DEPARTURES.*/ % ^.September 30.4-Platypus s., Captain: Magee, for Sydney. Passengers - Miss Jones, Miss Hyam, and A. Currie. Cargo: 26,000 feet cedar and pine, 1444 bags maize, 3 bags bacon, 8 hides, 7 cases eggs, and sundries. October 2.-Atlanta, schooner, for Sydney. The steamer Platypus sailed from Sydney, for this portion "Wednesday evening last. i " , Tms ALCHEMIST.-This compact little steamer has again arrived in this port, and will; forni a valuable acquisition to bur expanding steam fleet.. We wish . her spirited owner plenty of trade.

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The European Powers. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

I The European Powers. TïïEM. and D. Advertiser says :-Events in Eure© point so plainly to a general war/ that it. becomes a matter of interest to enquire what is the,'eength of the armies maintained byt the varies Powers. We derive the following par ticule from a pamphlet recently published by a disnguished Russian general ; and we have reasc, to believe that the figures, if not accurate in eyry particular, are approximately so: Eirland. - Population, 31,529,000 souls. Amil force, 437,67*7 men; consisting,of per manit army,: militia, yeomanry, volunteers. ~S<riulm. - Population, 5,113,000 souls. Arrn^ force, 130,000 men; consisting of per mantj army, garde civique active. HF^id. - Population, 3,716,000 souls. Arnw^orce, 85,000 men ; consisting of regular aririî^îchutery active. e, " i ll Denmark. "- Population, 1,861,000 souls. Armed forco, 52,000 men; consisting of lino reinforcements. *. Portugal! Population, 4,386,000 souls. Armed force, 150,000 men. Sweden. - Populat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

F Ö R SALE. A FIRST-CLASS DURHAM BULL, nearly THOROUGH-BRED, 5 years old. Apply . CHAS. -STANFORD, PINE G HOVE, near Lismore. Seed Potatoes ! Seed Potatoes I ! -T-T^ARBNAMBOOL SEED POTATOES, just VV Arrived, and ON SALE by « JOHN MCLENNAN, MolesworthStreet, Lismore. NOTICE. PAIR of SAWYERS, to SAW for a HOUSE. Apply to FREDERICK BRYANT, "WILSON'S RIDGES.

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Wyrall[?] [FROM OUR CORR[?] [?]ober 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

[FHOM OUR NT. J h CKtober 2nd. Ju our slow style of life great d$al to rause an to see ..the scampering after-on to see horse ^osophy of some =»r of course the gulping do A their def< v forbea: Try, not take a tement, hut on Saturday letely upset stagers; and win. The of soles and astly smiles, ming gently The follow iont) - lacky) - Iding) - ion has still con run the winners aside, tobe run on ? it is likewise on ¿ping here about >* no doubt will be * ?,ke us all in all, veil with Colonials acying their own Ù take something measles has been he children here : Ting about 70 on 3 beautifully less tool last Friday ; m for the better. the * Glen Innes iges have 'taken Mr. Whitton existing lines ; but i^-in-chiéf of lines of ,^pi*ioni He ia sue vfi i| said* to be an 59 system.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

Central Richmond River Jocpé' M-':; Club. ^?"?f A MEETING of STEWARDS for the',S*an8 action of IMPORTANT BUSINES" will be held at Mr.- C. DEAN' S HOTEL^^¿mSN o'clock, on MONDAY Evening next. ft« '?[ W. KELLEWAY, ¥ Secret]; iy. lismore, 6th October. >s W; - ! .

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THE "NORTHERN[?] LISMORE, OCTOBER 7, [?] THE LISMORE RAC[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

LISMORE; OCTOBER 7,^^^fe| TH? LISMOEE AT a meeting " of the StewaMg-W^e Central Richmond River Jocke 5p0||^ö'l Mr. S. Cottee's Freemason's HctK<M\i4~ day evening last, the following wMjÉHÉ^6 declared for horses entered :- 'HHEj C. R R. JOCKEY CLUB ï^^HfrfK* Mr. J. Carroll's b.m. Maud, 4 years, 8^»v'j \ J. Daly's g.g. Chance^ H. McPherson's b.h. Sterling, ?Í^^^^H| W T. Gr. McMahon's bjn. Jenny, ag(<^9npff >. j T. G. McMahon's b.g. Jimmy, ag\^BHR: *3P* i J. Page's b.m. Blue Bell, 5 years, íMof D. Ballantyne's cm. Bonnie Jeag^pjPlF j ?! 6 st 4 lbs. if~.r~* « ' 1 "' C. McLennan's b.g. Shamrock, ^oais, 5 a t 7 lbs. , -, ¿ K E. Walsh's b.m. Eva, 5 years, ^M^^

Publication Title: Northern Star
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New Ploughs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

jL New Ploughs. JNOTHIJM is more striking to the colonial : visitor-firho' carefully inspecte, the magnificent collectÄm of implements in tho Agricultural Hall off the Centennial than the evident idea that h|| been present to the mind of the exhi bitor, m fi oíúy to produce a machine that shall 8atisf*Í|i¿^y effect the purpose for which it was [designed, but that one main element shall bethe tsaving of labor ; and that more especially is the case in|mplements made for the western prairies. Our object on the present occasion is to describe somo of the more noticeable ploughing imple ments! and as the greatest divergence from anythlpr we have, may be named the Sulky and . Gang ploughs - single and double furrow plougfj-J attached to a carriage, on which tho driv ||es. It must be understood that the drau. Ms taken from the beam of the plough, and;* H the workman alters the depth, raises the G^gh out of the ground, &c, by lever handis^' which he works whilst sitting in his place...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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MAIDEN PLAT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

i i MAIDEN PLAT^^^fe Mr. D. Grady's b.g. Democrat, 4 J, Carroll's b.m. Lottery. F. Walsh's b.m. Eva, 5 years E. Murray's b.m. Zenobia, 3 J. Page's b.m. Blue Bell, 5 ye ). Ballantyne's cm. Bonnie ¡ Ç^Britton's cm. Ladybird, 6 ^^p^fcLennan's b.g. Shamroe r^gprftrances for the Io ît^^ÉË^ndicap will el* and the ashing ifeMonday next ja correct Ca|- ° .íts on the days óf-the |?ce9 ^ijùer keeps fine a gqbci iner of tl rdrK lllT, ip; bu* i/ thp. *M Üla 4" Sterling'* e Cour te- »v- . -" ' TC -ace, ri0g¿91»[$£$ó grief over Jimmy", won't wak .Jtímé. If the weather upon ? may make a s&ow, and ^i®ev? Maud/Blue Bell, Jenny »B^e , Eva,, mil be found VTW^£$:& the order named. For " -v may of à rock. _ __ place Era, Bonnie Jean, Bhe ^e^-^en6bi& and Ladybird ; and tf the ibove itnot correct thing, the race's, will be tak^ ^ an outsider. Anyhow, the first horse I SÛ0U][d win the race,--though that is^ n''^lways the case. The fact is, I am a Ktjjli. "broad until I see the horse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

. AUSTRALIAN RIFLEMEN -The Australia arrived at Creedmoor on August 23rd. At practice match, the Irish beat thc Austra one: point. The American and Scotch team far behind.--" Echo." ENTIRES. DRAUGHT '.A.L.LAI,: ~_ farer. PRINCE ñrandsire by 'Essex, imported. Great Graudsire, Short Legs.'.imported, dam by Lessington, imported. PRÍÑCiS OF "WALES ie. a Darli Chestnut, stance* 17 hands high, is very tractable and docile, and h is been examined À by competent judges, and ia supposed to be one oim the best horses that ever came to tiis district. EronfTj his powerful action and extraordinary musculj development, combined with immense bone, reoo/L ^ mends îiimyelf as a first-class Paria Stock StaUîS|p.y There is some of his stock on the inver that will inspectiou. Good seoue Paddocks provided, plenty.-of water. Every- care taken, but no ra bility incurred. Terms.-Single Mare, £3¿ two or more, the property of .same owner, a will be made. Any mare not proving in - M be taken free next season....

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Season. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 7 October 1876

: ' 7 The Season. : ? ? , ???^ : ? ' jr , . ?.,....;???" : ? 'THE Attsiràîasîàn, 26th. August^ has these, re -marks on the choice of blood irr-Qwners of mares Vwill, of course, study the blopd. . in selecting ,a jare so as to nick, as it is termed1} the theory that only certain strains of blood" blend ~ best . together, having been r ñüly established 'as-:a . -«óxind one by practical experience^ In breeding 'for the turf, success depends almost entirely on' correctly following up this principle, -and . then ; hy sticking to irinning blood- when once it has -beèh proved successful. In many cases, however owners-of mares are unable to avail ' themselves . . bf the sires they would select, and- to such we should say choose always the soundest blood you can command,--in which noj hereditary taint of unsoundness is known to exist; Horses like Panic, Tim Whinier, or Ladykirk are bound to get -sound, hardy stock; and if their progeny may not be up to first-rate racing form, they are sure t...

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