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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

\C-SHIPPING maws? I "S MORE. ARRIVALS, i iTuly 29.-3Bomun DirnSe«, ?«., 300 tonn, ¡ t*>©«i|ít»iir_Alle%-f rom:SrHneyir~r^jK«*& J^-VÍT1 DEPARTURES. ..july 2¿-iaenrút, schooner, iwitii 70,000 äwrt -alpine anfi cefiar, for Newcastle. cK^uly^>-^onnielînndee>^^ Júly'SD..-Fearless, schooner, with öö,000 îeet ««aar/for Sydney.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

t|1QW-.;, r LATEST tEL^tílt^MS. ^ ? {From <A« Australian Associated Pren.} ,,v , SYDNEY.IAUGUST 3. In tho Legislative Assembly, the debute, ".on.' Mr.' Garrett's' resolutions 'respecting llic ,;-31st, clause of , the Lands Act, lias been . : farther aíógourhed until .tonight.'.;/ The Electoral Bill "was ' considered JU '-'Committee, last night, and clauses 2, 3, and : -4, postponed'.; 6,' 7, 8, !aiid '9,' agreed to,. . .without alteration. After ' considerable .discussion, the fnTther'consideration of thu Bill was adj oar ned Tintiî Thursday next.. ' : The Mail Steamer Tangore left Guile for' ~^~^j£a8bcafaai^1knw~dajs~lte£on- thB-crotrridt' time. ..I A : .ÍJÍIM Jvl. ' . -¿1508 has been «tibscribed here, towards, a '^.''^ationWShipVreçkïSôcieÉy. ,« ? ( I ^jliÜ^''d^^iSi£-pä. ^ 2s<10d. " I

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

?:; '' - BALLINA. , ARRIVALS. . . Augost 3.-Platypus, 'B., crossed »in .-at 1'50 , 'p.ru. A. largo, Prussian steam-corvette, ship . «ipged, passed S arith at 1 -30 p.m. Ship Gwrtet'leTt Newcastle for Japans spining =a leak ae^taty miles off Newcastle, and foun : ^ejpd^SheN,was abandoned. ? Two boats left -with all on'bcsrâ, one ? in charge of Captain . "Vincent, the other' in Mate's charge. <. Captain's boat with five colored mon ' ana. 'one femu'lo »rrived^il-safo here -Newcastle Telegram, 81st ~dfvüy. ' _

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Queen Victoria's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

Qu ccu Victoria's Wealth; WHAT Queen Victoria leaves behind her will ncvor bo. known-, because tile will oí sovereigns are not prdved, but those w]ió iiAyo carefully considered the suhject ave óf ójHmón ;tnat she must, since thc Prince Consort's death, liáVé saved at the very least £10.0,000 à year. 'Not only has she lived so quietly that a large proportion Of ber ¿£385,000 a year public income must bo saved, but it must be remem bered that Mr. Nield loft bur £500,000, which, at four per cont, would give her £20,000 a year, and she receives £43,000 n year from her Duchy of Lancaster. The Crown Lands, given up to tho country in lieu df a parlinmóáfcary annual grant, have of lute years been so ably and economically managed that their revenue covdrs the tho Ro^al allowance, and these Crown lands wore as much as thc property, of tho sovereign as th'ë ïàrt'd of th'e Dulce of Devon shire, or any ófclíer landowner, arc his. If thc conntry chose to make ,tn'o most pf tho lands by,catting up...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A £30,000 Bank Note [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

I A £30,000 Bank Note ' ' An extraordinary affair happened about ,tho year 1740. Or.c of the directors of thc Bank of England, a very rich man, had occasion for ¿30,000, which- he was to pay as tho price of an estate he had just bought. To facilitate" the matter he carried the sum with him to tho bank, and obtained for it a bank note. On his return home he was suddenly called - out on particular business. Ho threw the note carelessly on tho roantel-piccc, but, when ho came back, a'few minutes after wards, to lock it,-up, it was not to bc found. No one han entered the room ; he could not,,tlicrclorc, suspect any pcr cr much ineffectual searçb^ijJieMvas persuaded that it' had fallctílft^j'Kthé mantel-piece into tho lire. ';Thclc1&fi|i;mffivont lo "acquaint his col lcagucs|;Wth[íitlíc misfortune that had .hap» F'^SP* and, as ho was known to ^MM^M^ k-moratjlc man, he waa : readily believed. It was only about twenty-four hours from the lime that he had deposited his money ; they ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cost of War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

THE foH'dwing statement respecting the loss , ,'of. lives and hldú'éy Inj the wars of the'last twentj^-fivé.1 yfâai-s, ,To52-77, appears in a ' "? . 'contemjjbiTiryj! niiii ist.' perJiaps, as near tile truth: as-it is posslblö . to come in so large a ''";y-subject; .; Thë statörtlfeiit is carefully coinpildd from tile oiHciVll' statistics of the various ül..t: nations odncei'iied; lind includes., in addition* " ' "to 'the * 'troops slain, a pdrtldii/of¿ the deaths occasiPndd by. the ravages or 'the wars among ¡u i tho:ciyil,population :-1.' Lives idst, 1852-77, killed in<-battle¡ . dr. didd.^ofv.wounds and disease-Crimean War, f 50,000; Italian War/- (1859), '43;Ö0Ö j : war rdf; Sdhlëswig- ¡ .HbÍstéÍh;,-3'000 'American Civil War-the" North, ' 280;0ÖC/\;'."the' "South,4'' 520,000 800,000 j var between Prussia), Austria-, and ? Italy in 1866, 4o}Ö0Ö ; éx'ptíditiónB to Mexico, Cochin Ohina¡' Mbr'dtítíoi' - Sarttgdayj |kko". -, , 65,000 FranccJ=Gerrrlah" Wár tí): Í870-7Í "' '...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

Australian HÏûtùil\ Fire insurance Society. ? THE following Report was piesdhted 'tb the 'Shareholders at 'the Annual General Meeting, .'held in the Old .Temperance Hall, Pitt Street, Sydney, on Thursday, 19th' 'July,' 1877 (the ônly^lutudl Fire Society in the Colony, giving Policy-holdej* back part of their Wettiums as à Yearfy Cash -"Bonus : fi-brii PrWits):-Tlib Diireotórs IhhVè màch; pleasùfè in submit&ing/ to the 'Shareholders' the fol'lówjng 'Report) fbr. the year, , enfeig '31st March, 1877,-Tho ïburth year's stsito nient closed Svith a ^baljincè., at. credit of .contingent fund of ¿5577 l7s 7d, ftónv . .which the Éôn'ùs bf 2Ô ^ër cent, declared for ; that pôriôd hits bèèft taken, .amôu'ating to £.1884 Ös ;; leaving k ' balance to. carry -forward "to hèxt year óf ¿693 1.5s fd j to " which has bebri added .th'è iriebmc f6r th'e past year £14,280 9s 9 A;; less èxpènditiire ¿5678 9s'¿ shewing- à clear snrplùs for the ' .year of ¿8602 Os Od; ahd ïôr disposal-, the sum of ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Fortress of Kars. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

Tho FórtfesS ttf ittiir* TJIÍÉi fortressi of Kurs, fibril which the ' ilüssiiihs ' have béed. r'é^dlsóa; du I the siege of which is likely; to form iltl interesting episode-iii the üreseii't cdnipaigni ns it has in fdrmdr'''wars B8t#e^ii PlüSáia and Turkey, is situated iii á borla, tíf fcll'é river of tho same ? name:.. ¡ tí'éfóré. the llüsshtns ? ëvaciiutod the .place in Í 855 \h»f blew up and demolished 'the gréat'ér pá'r't of tno existing fórtillcabions. The ruins 6f the worlis haves since buuii repaired, ' hdwBvér, Und sevel'ill entirely new forts haye beeb oonstruotou:The fortress in its present átate tidrisists bf ii bastioned enceinte, . trafebd tljldrl Hit irrbgiihlr quadri lateral. This again is Bhclos&l. by il gircllo of detached works, three bf whicili iirtí lurgd forts,;' the - others sniailéi? i'edUdbtâ having reciprocal flanking defence: . Of thu outlying .forts thd . strongest, both by reason of its commanding ¡pdsltioii ànd aliso of. tho caro bestowed upon jt...

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The Position. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

ThëlPosition. Tnè JËaho,' fcoys,-The extràdriïinary pri> gresâ of the Russians in their march south ward from thé Danube suggests a deep design dn the part of the Turkish Govern ment''tô Ära* England' into tn'e^wnr. Tho passage ot the river which was to cost tho Russians so marty thousand livésand retard thèïf, prôgrçss'sd greatly, was 'enacted with the loss 6f" óñly : 1Ó0 men,, the -Turka disappeared ïrôm Trajan's Walt, the Hue of fortresses, ó'n the -.southern lidrrndary of tho Dóbrúdsch'á, ^h.eïe' ît Was 'understood they were'td make '4 perce and, sWccé.ssful struggle agfilrisÇ'the invaders!; and iitfw wo ft'éar that ;SchúiáIa .ana thé ô'thèr fortified towns al mg the linó óf-cou'átr* traversed by the Balkans, whsch wèré believed to be impregnable, and an ? insurmountable, barrier to áh énémy, have been passed withqut firing a shot, anil eighteen battalions of Russians, havè èrosséd the - mountains unopposed. What can this supineness of thè Turks iftéan-, But that, relying on ...

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The Poet. ONE LITTLE YEAR AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

- ONE LITTLE YEAH AGO. - Oh ! tlie strange und solemn cliungoe, That so sadly come and go, And the cloudsthut dimmed life's pathway Since ono little year ago ; Aiid the bad» ol' hope arc withered, V And love's flowers are faded, ' Which then rested on my brow. / Oh ! tho drear und dnrksomo shadows . / « . Thal have spread their dusty wingB ÍO'er my heart, und sud are sweeping . ? All its fitful, quivering things ¡ , And the phiintivé spirit voices f - That soft whisper, sad und low, ) Of tho bygone love and gladness ? . Of one little year ago ! By a dreamy stream I lingered, Many a smiling moon ago, Thinkingangel voices whispered. In its singing, gurgling How ; There's a grnve all green and grassy, -.Where it trills its song so low, One sleeps, (here with whom I have wan But one littlo year agu. [dercd. From my heart's bright chosen gatlaud Many a bud and llower fair Hus grown pule and withered, faded, ( . .Leaving darkened places there. ^catKs cold wind their beauty's blighted, , B...

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Woodburn. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) July 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

;j ^Woodburn; ° 1 ,. . ; . July 30tb- . - THE Crashing season may now. .be said to have fairly commence J, as - both Messrs. Woodford knd Foolman, and Messrs. Miller 'and Heston's MlÙs, ará bnsy at worki The . .two mills are employing à groat number of "'hands,"' all bf which are new to tho district. I have as yet, only soeA one ' sample of 'sugar, which was manufactured by Me3sr.-i.r "Woodford and Pooluian,..which sample was a nice white counter, thè "grain of which was '. ^exceedingly good; and although a.para . <graph appeared in thè '' Grafter and "Yeoman's .Advocate,' saying that'the; . frost has done much damage, the abovementioned sugar . was manufactured from about a j bad a piuca , ; '.of cane as ,, we îiàyè. ïh" 'thé ; district, ;à,na ? "which -fact alone will ¿6 à long way ito prove : that although the frós't was bad, yèt it did 'riot dd so much damagà às was expected; while no doubt but what 'thè proprietors will : Sis hérétófore^use their hèst endeavors to pr...

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JOY BEYOND PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

JOY BEYOND PAIN. j '.' Tba stranger wandering in Switzer's land, i , : - Before ita mountain-tons afraid, v, ' Who yet, with tho patient toil, hath gained tv . " " his stand On tho bare summit where nil lifo is stayed, " i ' Saes far, far down, beneath his blooil-diamiot! - eyes - \ .' . ; . i. .: Another country golden to tho shore, . Where a now passion and now hopes arise, . Wherosouthern blooms unfold for evermore v And 1, lone silliiigJUy tho twilight blane, - . - Think of another wanderer in the snows, ip - And on mere perilous mountain-tops 1 gnzo Y ?; Than over frowned abova tho vino and roso. ' Yet, oouruge, soul ! uor held Ibo strength in ;. '.vain, ? . In hopo o'orcome tho sleeps God set for :-v 'p.. ; theo ¡ For past Hie Alpine summits of great pain, Lieth Ihiuo Italy. » '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

MARRIAGE.   FORBES — HEWITSON. — At Casino, on the 2nd August, by the District Registrar, John Dawson, youngest son of the late John Forbes, of Great St. Helen's, to Catherine Gardner, eldest daughter of the late James Hewitson, of Dalrymple, N.B.         DEATH. KELLEWAY. — At Lismore, on the 29th of July, Mabel Adelaide, youngest Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Kelleway.  

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

Facetiae. Mr. Tenso who was rocently married to Miss Cross, teased her so much thnt she promised not to bo cross any moro, " I am getting fat," as tho thief snid when ' ho was stealing lard. Jonas who is recently married, says court ship is bliss, bnt matrimony is blister. Wo hear of on ngod niau in tho States, o'er whoso bend eighty writers had passod, recently succeeded in accomplishing tho almost Hcr culenn funat of walking a milo in two wcoks 1 Wcro it not that wu placo implicit-faith an our informant, wc should feel inclined to. doubt thc ntntement. Why is lovo like a Scotch. Plaid'.' Because its all stulf und often crossed. A man naked a celebrated balloonist what ho would do for refreshment in his norial voyago, ns there wore no hotels. Ho in stantly,ropliod he should linvo no occasion ior lb01 n ; he would stop al somo of the " castlos in the air.' ' Honor, wealth, glory und power, are very dear la tho human heart, but Ibero comes a 1 limo in almost ovoi-y man's life, after ...

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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

The Household. QUA'KINO FIÍUIT l'uiíÍJirto.-This'is foi'tho ' benefit of our "discouraged " ono who seldom, silo says, lias a rciilly sntisfactory pudding. This is'simplo, cuslly made and delicious. Any land of fruit in its' season may ho used, romombering to tho ucid fruits to add sugar. Canned fruits can ho sueeossfnlly used for this hind of pudding. Butter a deep dish and Iny in thin shoos of broad and butter dipped in mille, and thou a layer of ploasant, sour apnlos, swootoud lind spiocd with a littlo nut meg or ciunumon ; then another layor of broad and butter, thun apples again, und so on till tho dish is full, tho top layer being bread and butler, also dipped in milk and luid on with tho butter sido down. Cover with u plate and baku slowly two holli's, thou with tho plato removed hall an hour. Made with pouches or > hernes this . pudding is excellent and requires no snuoo. To I'IOKMS Klin CAIUIAOE.-Shoo into a sicvo and sprinkle each layer with sall ; lei all drain three d...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

i STEAMERS VIA SUEZ- ' :." " . ARRIVE,.SYDNEY-. January '? 1*2, February- 9/ Marchi 9, April 6,' May 4, Juno 1, . June 29,. July 28, AugUBt; 25, September ,22, October 20, November .17, De cember 15.; '! in".,.-: ., , I' ? ('??< ' ? , LEAVE^SYDNEY-i-fii, . i--...-.- . January 22, FebruarylO, Marob 19, April 14, May 12,i June 9, July! 6, 'August 3i¡ August 31, September 30, October 28,^Noveiribert25ri De cember^., j :;, ¡.j ',..r : .(,..;.,,. . ''

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TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

TI AIE TAB £ HB' OF MAIL STEAMERS . VIA. SANA'FBANCÍISCÓ ARRIVE SYDNEY-f-i.- ! January'3, January Slj Februarys 28ji. March 28, April 25, May 23, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 12,. October; J,0,"_Ñoyember 7, December 5..,..".,._"" 1 ..>,., LEAVE .SYDNEY- : 1 January 12, February 9, March 9, April 6, May 4, June, 1, .June".-29,!; July 27, rAugust 24* September 21, October ! 19, November; 16,, ;De cember,14., ..:.,.>..; <:,;:.,, i

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

18 77. TIME ' T A.B ' ' ' . .. I OF THE "ARRIVAL''ÂNDTDESPATOH'-OP i MAILS AT PÓST'ÓFFIOE.'OjISMdRE. ARRIVALS PROM- , - i Wollongbar, Alstonville, . and Ballina-MON I DAV, 1-30 p.m. ; I Casino-WEDNESDAY?and SATURDAY, 10 a.m. Kynuniboon-TUESDAY,' 10 a.m.: >? . .. , 1 Tirrania-SATURDAY, ll-30'a.m.'"" <, ' Wyrallah, Woodburn,' , Gundurimba, i and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, ll a.m. . ? » DEPARTURES FOR-, I Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-SATUR DAY, 10 -30 a.m. . , ! .. 1 Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2.p.m. Kynumboon-FiiiDAYj 1p.m. < ?? """ r Tirrania-SATURDAY, 12 noon. J Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and ' Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY,, 1 p.m.

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Had a Bight to Laugh. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

Had a Bight to Laugh. There i's a legend affirming that one day, .nearly a hundred years ago, UH; snow was seven feet deep on the streets of Detroit. On that day not a woman was seen down town, but next day, when thc snow had settled a foot or. so, they were abroad as usual. They wcro out yesterday, wading through the slush and jumping thc pools, avid one of them fell, '* horsplash !" as she passed the Soldiers'Monument. A man standing thirty feet away began laughing uproariously. Ho got red in thc face, tears came to his eyes, and bis hat fell off as ho laughed and cried out ; " Went right down like a bag of sand - shish a foot deep, starched up to kill never saw anybody look so cheap-oh ho! ho! ho!" - ' "You arc no gentleman, sir !" remarked a sian who had witnessed the. mishap. " Can't help that-ha!.ha ho I laughed tho other, bending almost double. " You haven't thc first instincts, of a gentleman, sir !" continued tho other, growing very mad. " I know it, but ho ! ho ! ho I" scr...

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THE WAR. LONDON, AUGUST 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 August 1877

: THE WAR. ' 1 ' !" A'd'vii&s^V&íe that a desperate Bàtfte bas ? feeen fougli^-rVetVroea ttie,Turks and Russians near Nicopoli3, lasting over, iwo days, .when the Turks gaiued a decisive victory. The 5 Russian'bosses'; were 8000 'iden' -killed, and _16,000 wonnfled. '\r- _ _ .*BuasiipiaBrnot.ye^".añswerecl tíarl"T5erby's ?despatch'-respebting tho atrocities said to have ,%" ¿foeen committed by them during .the, war. "" '' There has ^been. 'fresh' 'disorderly scenes ¡in the House "of.. Commons, owing to the 13 .course pursued by extreme Rome, Bitters. - - - 1»'5 'Sir Stafford: ^Northcote, ; fin replying toa xjmestioa said, that a,: Speciaï: Vote for tlie -''-'-'.dès'jUten éf'Troops was' not required, and it "Wfts^needles3 to explain the' intentions of the -"-^Government1 'before r t3ie 'prorogation ^ of Parliament. ' ' ??'<?. ."'," . ^.From.the " SYDNEY-PAPERS;" >). ' . ;" " " J" 'LÓ^DOJÍ;'Jui-Y 24. .. The British force who ..are, to.ship, in the vessels...

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