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The Sassy Man. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

The Sassy Man. Yu kan alwuss kno the sassy man bi a kind of impudent leer in hiz, wholo. coun tenanse, a sort ov lurking desire tow affront sumboddy, a would-be " devil may-care " swagger tew hiz hoddy, a kind ov lawlessness in speech and manner. He iz aUatral born koward, and a mere perambulating lump ov impudense out of a job. - He haz suhl kunning, for he generally picks on a non-combattent lew praktiss hiz morbid recklessness upon, , Sumtimes he màlies a' mistake and lights on tho wrong kustomer, and then it is quito delightful tew sec how' quick the buckram iz all taken out ov him. Thare is only one sure kure for the sasstf man, and that iz tew, plant kunscku tivoly yure right, and then yure left phist in humed succession upon the front end ov hiz nose, knoking him enny whare from io to 250 feet in a lorrin direfíshun. This kure iz perfekt, and is not paten ted, and tharcforo enny one haz a right tew use it. . It iz^t nicrsy tow the sassy man tew give him n strong dose ov this ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Novelist. THE CHARM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

; Bfo gjtoutiist THE CHARM. %%( Teresita 1 ah, Teresita !" sung young é Jcriivyh,as Thereso YUH Dost carno inte ;"ç('tho room. ?> V-; She tossed her hoad at him und then '¿nítido a delicious littlo curtsey for hit .': benefit.. '.'.'. ï?^VVCdniô}.Thoreso ; como and,finish thif trimming ; you know I shall bo waiting Vvfçr it." A (v '; Th« speaker was tho older sister, Louise, .. Sha spoko rutlier sharply, wishing¡ William <!',"'Jëtymn anywhere else, hindrance that ho Vi;-was to all usot'ul occupation. . Therese, thus admonished, carno hum ming to hor work as a bee to a flower; '.'.. and in another moment was dcop in tito 4; mysteries of ruffle and fringe. Í ' am to have tho csrsagc heart-shaped, í: ¿y6u know, Louiso ; and tho slooves ure to '{ . bo trimmed in tho shape pf a Mnlteso ; . -cross-so," fashioning the muslin shohold . to suit her words mid to indicate hor ideas to iii tis Van Dost, j ;/'.. " What do you know of Mal toso crosses?" ''? «sked Jcrniyn, drawing ne...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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How to open a Safe. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

How to open a Safe. As Justice Kilbreth -was about to ad journ the session bf the Tombs Police Court on a recent date, Officer Kennedy entered the court-room, having in custody' a most forlorn looking mon. At thc first glance he appeared to be an ordinary member of tlio great army of tramps, but when he had removed the mis-shaped piece of felt that did him service as a hat, he disclosed a face-bearing none of the marks that are impressed upon the coun tenance' bf the whining, shuffling beggar. Kennody made ah affidavit that his priso ner, Christian Hansen, had made about 20 attempts to enter forcibly as .many diffe-, rent stores. Ho made no attempt to escape, but, turning around, told the,' officer he was starving, and had deliberately so* about^ committing felony iii order that he miglit^ bo sent to prison. . ' ", Justice Kilbreth was greatly surprised when he learned thot the prisoner wanted to go to prison, and questioned him as to. his reasons for wanting to go to such a place. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

.'.Î i ?? ? ? .'? " v AUCTIONEERS.-A. J. Simpson, R. G., Balmer, . ! R. Burgess, «nd A. MuCntuken,- Casino ; 'G. O. ' ,'' ; 'Brirt. Lismore? J.-Perry, Alstonville;" J. Irwin, '' ! 'Gundurimba;>nVT. Gollau, Woodburn. iBANKS^COMMEROIAL-Manager-M. Soiling, '.. ; Casino; R. Dawson, Lismore. , BLACKSMITHS.-Lismore-james Baillie.'W- . ! Locket ;'WooäJ«wn--J. Siraeau : ;. BUILDERS, v3^¿-7-Lismore-W. Saville, R.' Mao .- j kenzie, J. Burrow, J. -Fox," Witherspoon- Bro- - ,..' them. - . . . \. ? ' . BUTCHERS.-Lismore- J. Bryant ; North LU - more-J. Peate ; South Lismore-W. Webstar ; I Wardell-H. Duncan ; Ballina-J. C. Ryan. I GASINOf SCHOOL'OE ARTS.'- Officera-rPreat . J ' dent-: : W~ :0. 'Bundock, Esqi ; -Vice-preaidoiite.- . -f. Messrs. J. Grime and R. Borung; Secretary_ _ j Mr. H. L. James ; -Treasurer,. Mr. A.: J. Simp-: . " sou; Custodian: Master. I. Askew. Open,'for the present, on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday ,. - .' evenings from 7 to V-30 p.m. CHEMISTS«-J. Stocks, Caniaba; W. E. ...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

1877. TITVXE! TABLE!1 OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH- OT MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ; AnnrvALn FROM Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-1-MON DAY, 1-30 p.m. Casino-WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 10 ».rn, Kynumboon-TUESDAY, 10 ».m. . Tirrania-SATURDAY, 11-30 a. nu ? . Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and' Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, ll'».m.. '. ' . ; ; DEPARTURES FOR- > Wollongbar, Alstonville, and Ballina-SATUR-1 DAY, 10-30 a.m. ' - ? Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p. ra. ; Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1p.m. .'. ? - Tirrania-SATURDAY, 12 noon. : Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, «nd Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY,'l p.m. <

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

BIL.BY. BBÖTHEBTS' ~ O E. I G I ÎT AL, £ 5 - , BAIUISS, SENT' CARRIAGE'FREE -BY HAIL EVERYWHERE. .' ; ' To <Äe Inhabitants of. Lismore, Alstonville, Coraki, Woodburn, Wardell; ^Ballina, and other Places in the District'.} : . PARCELS of DRAPERY and BOOTS, and SHOES, from £2 and, upwards, we Bend, Carriage Paid. Every Parcel ÍB packed securely and will be doliverod safely by first Steamer, or" the Money returned. In order to give tbs quickest poscible despatch, to -Orders from, .the Country, wo have added the following' Special' Departments to cur Business :- .'Y SPECIAL TAILORING. DEPARTMENT? £4 . Fora Gentleman'» PAGET SUIT, of Good Mater ial, thoroughly Shrunk, and made to'measure. . Carriage Paid. Gentlemen who never buy xt-ady-made Clothing, and those who cannot (jet mich to fit thein, may ¿pw obtain what they reqnire "mads to measure, with a guarantee of a " good fit," at prices usually paid for slops. .. ... " Full variety of Trousering and ' Coating Patterns, with ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 8TH AUGUST. Before the POLICE MAGISTRATE, and J. STOCKS, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 11 August 1877

Lismore Police Court.     WEDNESDAY, 8TH AUGUST. Before the POLICE MAGISTRATE, and J. STOCKS, Esq., J.P. Jane Bell v. Andrew Freeborn and James   Sharpe.—The hearing of this assault case   occupied the attention of the Court for some time, and from the evidence brought forward it appeared that on the 2nd August, the     plaintiff was on her way to Mrs. Ryan's, at Duck Creek, when she was met by the     defendant Freeborn, who, it was alleged, struck the plaintiff with a-brush-hook, and   pushed her down, whereby her arm was hurt. It was also stated, that during the time, the   defendant, Sharpe, came up, and afterwards shoved the plaintiff, telling her to go home. The defendant acknowledged throwing a   stiok at the defendant Freeborn, and evidence was also given as to a previous quarrel said   to have taken place between the pla...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Queen. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

. ¿ySWke ; Queen. ,THE ' Pall Milli Gazette,' referring to tlie fact of tho Queen, having just completed her fifty-eighth yeal", says :-";It may interest spin« of her-''Majcsty'a :.loyal > subjects ,to ho' ?reminded that only' twelve' others of the reigning sovereigns of Christendom (out of thirty-eight in nil) have ut. tai nd to this- ago.' 'Tho oldest du the li Vt is tho'Pope, who »UH .eighty-five on the 13th of the present,month. Of, tenipoi-.il princes the German. Empeicr has soon the ? groiitest-number of yeais, li s eightieth birthday having been- reached a fow woe'cR ¡ígo. Tho.Czar is oidor than the Queen by about a year,, having been born on I thc 29th of April/ 1818, and having thus ente: rd upon vfcr/vith his neigbbour and bis sixtieth year iiMhe same time: The King of Italy is sonraYiine or ten months younger than tho Qulepn, tho date of his birth being March 14, 1820. The Emperor Francis Joseph is not jyet forty-seveu. His Mnjosly was bornin the year of revolutions 18...

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Speculations on the War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

S>cB".iïatî<iiis'ôh tin'War. O tm military .?scientists aro discussing "with much aiumati\in\tUff^pr03 and cons of tho coming camjjaitfffTÎi tho (5 ist. Opinion loans rather towMvds fornai sting failure for the Turks. It is to be fsewed they cannot hoi 1 their first linc that of the.JJÍSÍJÍÍFÍ.AÍ^ÍSJ011*' To cross a wide' liver by "Torceor arms is a difficult operation ; but success generally attends th/5 offensive, pat tictilarly when the dcfehdcrsHiold no " tetes de pont " upon the nnen'.y's banks.' Tlnsl^practically, the case with the Turks, ^HÇto their want of a pontoon train. ^TnojrNire'thoreforo quite in (lin dark ns to what the Russians ure at; and being doubtful which point will be attempted must, hold all, or nearly ul], with 'fractious which could hardly ,make head ' against \ concentrated attack. On the other hand, the Russians having chosen the , pl vee or pn-ss'igc, and kept the secret to the lost, will probably mass there a great strength of heavy guns, a...

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The Sacred Standard of the Prophet. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

The Sacred Standard of the Prophet. THIS sacred relic of Mahomet, the unfurling ?-of whiclfby the Sultan of'Turkey during the (present; war .:between ..the. ,Turks and the' "Russians it is feared will provoke a massacre of tho Christians, came into the possession of the Sultans of Turkey in tire reign; of Selim ,1. (A.D. 1512-1520), after his conquest of Egypt, and on three or' four occasions, in times of emergency, has been taken from the place where it is religiously kept and guarded, and unfurled at the he id of the Ottoman , irtnoops; in whpm and the Mussulman popu ..'lace its appearance excites intense féryoùr :.anû fanaticism. - Fowler's/ "History1 -of *Tui*kar" thus describes it :-" Tho great spell '.with Ttfte Mdhommedán troops, which has .often 'lefi.jfchem to victory," aud stilled the " 'riotous i-iur&ulence of internal commotion .?whon'every icoiher means has failed, was to " «uandi" ' ta; thew.» the ' Sandjak Sheriffe,' or standard of thei'ropbet. The Turks respe...

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Gardening Calendar for August [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Gardening Calendar for August ORCHARD.-The transplanting of all kinds of fruit trees should be contimied, and if possible finished this month ; tho grafting seavm also ends tili1» month. FIELD.-Potato, planting should be finisse 1 before tho end of this month ; sow -Tobacco, Maize, Rice, and Sorghum ; plant Arrowroot. ; KITCHEN GARDES. - Make a bnginning .with Cucumbers, Melons, Pumpkins, Marrows, ?Tomatoes, &c. FLOWER G.VRDEV.-Flowering plants and 'shrubs of all kinds transflhint, separate Verbenas, and Perennial Phloxes, Tube ..Roses, ifec. ?

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Original Poetry. MY TINY ANGEL GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Original Poetry. MT TINY ANGEL. GIRL.. Too be&utinil was my angol girl . ;;To stay amongst us heve. fShe'sV gone .to her proper home above j' '[Theme's no sin or Borrow there. 'Fiur was my little baby girl,; ' 'And'bright golden was her ha:rv ' .>?' f'Oh.' washed away in beauties' bloom, She feels no fear where she's gone. ' Too pure was my tiny birdie For the sun to shine upon. ? So her Father called her home, ; From amidst a inful thring, That.would sully any fair fame, No matter how coo l or rare. lt were bettor for her to leave, My beaut'fal little umrel dear. If that high world which lies beyond Our own overflowing love endures. If there th« oHeriahe I h îart bi to xl, The eye the same escape in tears. How welcome those undying sp'ieres, ? How sweet thia very hour to die. To fly from «aHli, and find no fears, Lost in tho bright eternity.. Bri'rhtbe the plftea of thy soul, 1 No lovelier spirit than thine Ere hurst from its mortal control,_ In tho orbs of tho blessod t...

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THE WAR. LONDON, AUGUST 11. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

THE WAR. LONDON, AUGUST ll. The correspondents of che ' London Times ' and . VDaily News ' report the wholesale butchery of the Christians by Turkish troups, in tho South Balkans,-instigated and aided ". by the' merchants and landed proprietors, 30 Churches, 500 schools and colleges have . ; been burnt to the ground, and large numbers of Bulgarian and other fugitives killed. It is estimated that from 12,000 to 15,000 Christians have been massacred, and 60 '? villages destroyed. AUGUST 14. The English Parliament is prorogued, and the closing Speech gave no indication of England's going to war, provided that British interests Vere inaffeeted. 7 . ' The wool sales' have opened with great : spirit, prices ranging the sumo as last year, -5000 bales already sold. Tho, Russian and Turkish armies have been increased by 100,000 each, near Plevna, and a great battle is imminent. From the 'S. M. HERALD,' and the - ' EVENING NEWS.'. ) LONDON, AUGUST 6. ....The Russians state that their loss at ...

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Latest Commercial. BY TELEGRAM SYDNEY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Stalest Commercial. ¡_BY TEI.EORAM.-J SYDNEY, AUGUST \T. M&SSR3. H. PniKSTLY and Co. report that ??maize - was, selling this day at 2s 9d per bushel; egg3, 8d per dozen; fowls, 4s 3d por pair ; "-ducks, 5s per pair; bacon, 8& per lb. ; butter, ls 8d per lb. ; choose, 10d per lb. . potatoes, Gs per cwt.

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Great Fire at St. John's. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Great Fire at St. John's. THE greater part of this town has been destroyed by a conflagration, which broke Out at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, nt York Point. Tho lire; being fanned by a strong north-westerly wind, swept over tho öntiro business portion of tho city, front King-stroot south aud east to the waters edgo, together with tho shipping 'at tho Docks. At midnight tho fire was still burning. Tho conflagration lins dovastod au aroa of 220 Heros, and tho buildings destroyed include tho Custom Houso, tho Victoria and Royal Hotels, tho Academy of Music, all the bank« except ono, tho publio sohools, Trinity and St. Audrow's Ohurehos, tho Methodist Chapel, tho City Hall, and all tho newspapers and telegraph ófricos. AU tho wholesale and nearly all tho rotnil houses, and sdvoral ships, hu ro also hoon burned. Thousands of people aro homeless) and fow had timo to save oven their ulothosi The destruction of provisions creates some clangor of a faminoi unless roliof bo speedily afford...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Religious Memoranda. CHUROn OF ENGLAND SERVICES. Third Sunday, in each Month-Casino, at ll a.m. ; Tomki, at 3 p.m. ; Casino, at 7-30 p.m. ; Woodburn, at ll a.m. ; Coraki, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, at 7.30. HENRY PORTER B. A., E. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curate.

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Sydney Letter. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) August 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

. Sydney Letter. (FROM OÓR CORREgp'ÖXDENT.) August 10th. THE w'datb.ér ia just now Undutiful, and ono can sdar'cely realise that drily a fortnight ago it. was sd tempestuous as to cause the loss of thë Yarra Yarra; and later, the City of Hobart; The inquest on the body of the late Chief Öfflcer of the Yarra Yarra, has just been concluded, and hi addition to the verdict of tbd jury, that tHë deceased was drowned, the fdlidwing riddr was added-^ " Had the Life Boat Committee been more energetic in thé s'dve'rai .duties ássigned to them, there was ëv'cry chande of life being saved." They alsd rëcdmménded that the (Government should grant sufficient funds to keep an efficient Lifd Soat drew. Tho loss of the Yarra, and the assër'tidn made by some of the members of the lÎdûsë, that vessels are constantly sent to seä overloaded; i and in a condition unfit to encourite'r bad weather, hos been made the subject of a débate. Mr. Charles affirmed that the City of Hobart was decidedly -Overloade...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

SHIPPING NEWS. .T.TSMORK. . ARRIVALS. i An^nst ll--Ti'mme Dundee, s., 300 tims, .Captain B. Alley, from Sydnoy. Pusse içj^rw jMe.<urs..Huxris:)U, and Junes. Bonnie Dundee ?left . Sydney on 8th August, at 3-30 p.m., '.crossed the ? Richmond River on 10th, ;a,t 5-4o t p.m. Experience 1 fresh northerly wiads and fino.weather throughout the passage. August 14.-Anno Moore, schooner, from .Sydney. August 16.-Yarra, schooner, from Brisbane. DEPARTURES. AnguBt 13.-Bonnie Dundee, B., for Sydney. August 15. - Amjmitrite, schooner, with -100,000 feet pino, for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

SKIPPING. ir O R SrYOD JSr-E X . THE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION COUPANTS STEAMER-' ?'' ' ' /PJLiA-TYDPXJS, JOHN HAGUE, Mantee Will run REGULARLY betwocjr^STDNET aud LISMORE, taking Paaacuirers/aaii Cargo, andi -affjr.liusr a rasaos of RAPII/ andi SAFE COM MUNICATION between thia River and tlio j Metropolis. 03- O i and after the lat DECEMBER, til« FREIGHT on MAIZE wiU bo reduced to Si. Qd. | ?per BA». JOHN WHITE, Secretary. Hag'ilar, and . Permanent Direct S ta am. Gjai:nu.aication with I Sydney. THE EINE N3VV STEAMSHIP BENNIE FULIÉPOWERED B. ALLEY, Mister, totwoen LISMORE .DUN/DEE, will Rim REGULARLY and SYDNEY, l/toding CARGO at all Safe and Convouieut Wha/vo.-i ou the River, nnd Stopping to Reucive CARGO at <evory Available Placo ou tho River. , Mirra,-"Sloaeivri RITES OF Fnsronr, Pa.vortM.Li rf, AND OAUK." G. AND B. NICOLL, . Proprietors. PÜBLIO NOTICE. Sfc3am between Lismore, Ballina, and Intermediate Towns. T'lE STEAMER "VICTORIA," will, futuro, RU...

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

BALLINA. ARRIVALS. I . August 14. -Venns, and Lucy Ravel, . Kcliooners, from Nowcastle. 1 August 15.-Yarra,.schooner, from Brisbane. August 17.-Platypus, s., und. Edith J Koop > schooner, crossed the bar at 1 p.m., from Sydney. DEPARTURES. August 7.-Platypus, s., 200 tons. Captain Magee, for Sydney. Passengers -. Mi-'s Richardson, Messrs. Lovick, Brown, and 2 in tho steerage. Cargo.: 1328 bags maize, 300 mats sugar, 1300 fedt codai-, 108 hides, 5 casks tallow, 1*4 cases eggs, 7 coops fowls, 2 bags bacon. August 13.-"Wullacö and Bruce, schooner, ,for Sydney. August. 16.-Saucy Jack, schooner, and Bonnie Dundee, .t., for Sydney.

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