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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

STJEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS January 6, February 2, March 1, March 30, April 20, May 24, Jane 21, July, 19, August ;16, Soptembor.l3,-October_ll,,£iovembor 8, Docein,, ber 7. ., . . - . -i; . j »" ' " Vi,. LEAVE 'SYDNEY- U' '.' .,> ; Janiióry 2P, February 25, Mr. roll 25,; April 18,» May IO; June 13, July ll, August 8, Sep umber 5, October 7, Kovoiübcr 4, December 2, Dc ccm I bor 30. I

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russia and England. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

ïlussîa ami England. AN English journal says :-"We hear that great uneasiness prevails among the English residents in Russia in connection with the present uusettled state of political affair* More than one, person has been insulted f.jr belonging to ''Yhe/country in league with the infidel Turk^and the language used hy the lower onJ<frs\i.s so menacing that in case of hostilitip^ew Englishmen would care to remain irrRussia. \During the Crimean war the Emperor Nicholas issued a ukase taking the English residents nuder the protection of the Government, and not a single expression of ill-feeling occurred, in spite of the reverses suffered by Russia. But now, owing to the ?spread of education among the workmen in towns the people are able to read the violent Anglipnobian . pamphlets and newspapers of the Panslavonic Committee of Moscow, which associates England with the perpetration of the atrocities in Bulgaria, and cxp.-ess their opinions respecting this country in such an...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

RILEY BE.ÖTH32.S* ORIGINAL £5; BATIKS. SENT CAKIUAGE FKEE BX MAIL - j--,-' EVläRYWHliUE. ?,. To the 'Inhabitant» of. TJsmors, Aistonvilh, Coraki, Woodburn, Wardell, Ballina, and other Places in the District. PARCELS of DRAPERY j and BOOTS and SHOES, fhini £2 aud-upwards, we send Carriage Paid. Evary Parcel is paekbl securely, and will be delivered safely by first Steamer, or the" Money, returned. In order to' {rive the quickest poseible despatch to Orders from the Countiy, we have added the following Special Departments to cur Business :- . SPECIAL TAILORING DEPARTMENT. ' £4 : For a Gentleman's PAGET, SUIT, of . Good Mater ial, thoroughly Shrunk, und made to measure.' Carnage Paid. Gentlemen who never buy rpady-made Clothing, nial thone who cuiinct get Huck to lit them, may now obtiln what they require "mude to measure," with a guarantee of a " good fit," at prices usually paid for slops. , . If ull variety of Trousering' and Coating: Patterns, with directions for Self-mousuioineut,...

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Sugar Prospects in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

.Sugar Prospects in Queensland!.' Tim prospects of ihn coining .season on thc plantations arc pially ni'iuly 113 1.right HS thc most sanguine planters and their well wishers could desire. The past year has been marked by the onti G.nhsruce from the cane fields of nil symptoms of disease, and the few ficsty nights (if Ihis almost nn preccdeuUy mild winier, have donn no damage whatcvalf lu tho sugar crop. The drought ol' h\^fi\\yy, Ida ich. 'mid April, the period of most, «c: i vc growth in thc cairo, j will be found tn bave diminished to si-nio; extent poi).«;;> ll.o iclums cf tho for,th- ' coming sca.'.ori, Lut it is probaUo that the ¡ loss, consequent on the drought, will Le con siderably less than has been anticip tted, foi the warm aud humid winter through which we are now p.issing, a winter unbroken by. more than a few hours severe e dd, has, to all intents and purposes, continued the growing and ripening seasons down to the present time. If, however, the planters' anticipati...

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

CLARENCE RIVER MAILS, AKHIVE- ?' ' '' Clarence .River Heads-Monday and Thurs day, (j a.m. Iluka -Monday and Thursday, 7 a. m. Woodburn-Monday and Thursday, 5 p.m., and. leave for Lismore on Tuosday and Friday, 5-30 o.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Friday, 8*30 a. m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday, 10"15 a.m. Lismore-Tuosday and Friday, ll a.m.' ? ' DEPART Lismoro-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m., § GundurimbaTTfTnosday, and Saturday, 2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday ; and Saturday; 13;30 p.m.' Woodburn^-Tuosday and ' Saturday, 7 p.m., and leave for Clarence Heads on on Wednesday and Sunday, at 0 a.m. i . ., i Iluka-Wednesday and'Sunday, 4 pim. Clarence Hoads-Wednesday ' and Saturday, 5 p.m. _ '' ' '"' ;' ; ";_ ? . . Mails close, for Registered .Lettors, one hour, and Ordinary, Letters, thirty minutos. before departure", ?..> ¡> i ;''..'."'/"i . N. SHARPE, Postmaster. 11

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

BIRTH. LAING. — At Woodburn, on the 12th August, Mrs. John Laing, of a Son.

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An Australian Team for England. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

.An Australian Team fur England. 'SINCE the defeat of, Lilly white's eleven by . eleven Australians last season, there has been ... a gio ! deal of talk about sending an Auslra lian team to Enghra1, but the iden, until -recently, as far as we knew, mver took a iv definite shape. Weare informed, however, ./ahat for some months past matters, hav« boen '.quietly progressing towai'ds the completion .of the above object, and,that already most of 'the best men in New South Wales and a few .of the foremost wielders of the willow in this . -colony have signified their intention of gobur '''to England. In order to make- tho team '.as much Australian in character as possible . Tasmania's best batsman will make one of ''.'the-team if he can get the necessary leave, -which difficulty at present is tho only ono '.?'..?which blocks the! way. It would be prema .' ture to mention the names .of those who have promised, or those who are likely to go, but , ¡when all has boen definitely settled, their...

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

icÉX) IC .A.ílf DR. J. &. SMITH, Surgeon, &c.} bf GRAFTON, can be Consulted at MR B. Cottoe's FRËliMASOIî^S/fîOTEIi, ot at Mr. REED'S,- CHEMIST, Lßinprej On an4 «tftcr SATURDAY, Í8th AugustTS Auction Sale of Tanks* Saddles* Drapery, Etc. SATURDAY, 18TH ATJGT7ST\ rt C BRITT will sell by PUBLTC VX. AUCTION,, at Mit J. BAILLIE'S, Lismore (removed fdr Convenience bf Sale), on SATURDAY, 18tb AUGUST, at 2 p.m. Three Now Iron Tanks* Í5 cwt. of Flour, 5 Ordsscu't Saws, á Cdrri Shellers, 2 Nests Bf Galvanized Iron Tubs. 2 American Tubs, 7 Singlo Iron Bedsteads)' 3J Dozen Handsaws, 5 Amâridan Buclrots" 2 Dozen Fryiug-p\rs-, H. New Siwidles, 1 Side Saddle, 1 Hifiting Sdddie-, 1 Stock Saddle, 2 PaBuTtases, Cottnteiv panes, White Calico, WartlOTte, Sheeting, Merinoos, Shirting IÀTVTÎÊ Shirts, Ladies' Stays, ShaVls; Merino Stdck ings, Mons Colored áhifts, Pagots, Trousers and Vests, Flannels, Win ceySj and lots of other Gooda, 1 Buggy HorsB ¡ . also-, Merino Dress Pieces, Various ...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. The Rev. P. SCHUltR, will (D.V.) sny MASS at LISMORE-On 12th August ; Gallagher's, on 15th (Assumption) ; Coraki, on 19th.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. W. F. FRASER M.A., will (D.V.) preach al CASINO-on 12th, at ll a.m., and 7 p.m.; Ballina, on 19th, at ll a.m., und .Duck Creek, at 3 p.m.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

LATEST TELEGRAMS. '' [From the Australian Associated Press.) , SYDNEY, AUGUST 14. The Ministry will not be announced until 'tomorrow, but the following is believed to be -correct :.-Colonial Secretary and Premier, Hon. John Robertson ; Colonial Treasurer, "Mr. Long ; Postmaster-General, Mr. Davies; Minister for Lands, Mr. Garrett ; Minister for- Mines, .Mr. Baker ;-. Attorney-General, Mr. Dalley ; Minister for Works, Mr. Coombe j Minister for Justice, Mr. Lackey. . i AUGUST 16. Hawkesbury Guineas.-Woodlands, 1 ; Black Eagle, 2 ; Excelsior, 3. Grand Handi cap-Janitor, 1 ; Timothy, 2 ; Priam, j ¿3. AUGUST 17. A Supply Bill, for £78,500 has passed /both Houses of Parliament. Tho New Ministry, as previously given, 'were sworn in to-day. Their composition gives dissatisfaction,' and considerable wppo .sition is expected at their re-election. The Torres Straits Mail Steamer Nor manby is wrecked off Cape Capricorn, the . crew, passengers, and mail-were saved. Maize, Ss 9d to 2s lOd.

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For Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

For Boys. M There.'is a niée little story about-tt;Bos ton boy who threw n hall through a win dow, and then went honestly to the owner of tho house, confessed what he had done and gave him his father's address. It is well to circulate good stories like this, as they frequently stimulate others to go and do likewise. A Danbury boy who had read this story was throwing stones at a dog in the street when ho missed his aim and thc stona flow through a five dollar window. Tho first impulse of the boy was to lift his feet and I depart from the neighborhood with vehemence ; but the Boston boy came to his mind and he at once went to tho mun und told thc name of his father. That evening the youth wont home. As bc opened the door to pass in, ho felt himself suddenly grasped by the collar and lifted in.tho air, und dropped down again vt i th a swiftness that startled- him ; and then the voice of his father pealed forth with : ' Brenk windows, will ye ? 1-another jerk-'destroy people's property,...

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Ballina. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) August 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

? " A Ballina. ' \ - - . : (raóM^ OUR CORRESPONDENT). . \ August *13tli. " GIVE a dog à bad name and Lang him." Tho proverb ?. was forcibly, brought to my remembrance,. to-day, . whilst listening to a party from up-river, expatiating on the extreme bliss attending'.. a .'.<residence in Lismore or Casino, in comparison, with wo unfortunates, who happen, to ] reside at Ballina. I mildly expressed iriy inability to understand upon what basis ho grounded his conclusions. " What basis 1 Why look around j can't you soof - I'?humbly, con fessed my optical obscuration. " Why bless my soul, you hav'n't got a racecourse, and pointing eastwai"d-there's nothing at ail but water out there." Just so, I replied, we hav'n't a racecourse, and there's nothing but water out there j ' I am really at a loss which to admire most-your profound observation »; on the one hand, .or tho acuteness of your vision on' the other. . The aboye^; Mr. Editor, ? is*<r-I, venture to assert-about o...

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An Aged Lady Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

An Aged Lady Editor. Mrs. Josepha Hale is said to be the oldest woman editor in the country. A native of Newport, New Hampshire, she removed to Boston when she was thirty three and conducted thc Ladies' Maga-' zinc for niuo or ten years, until it was united with the Lady's Book in Philadel phia. She went to that city, became the literary editor of the consolidated magazine and has held thc position ever since. She is now eighty-two-a rival of Bryant i n age and service-still vigorous in body and strong in mind, and able to do a great deal of hard work. She lins written and compiled about twenty-five or thirty volumes, embracing plays, poems, romances, sketches, cookbooks, histories, and reminiscences. One of her works is entitled a " record of all thc distinguished women from the creation down to 1854," which, with unconscious satire on her sex, she completes in some 900 printed pages. Mrs. Hale is represented as a very amiable and interesting lady, full of I anecdotes and recollect...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EASTERN AUSTRALIA. The Rev. ¿HÜGH LIVINGSTONE.wM (D.V.) preach at CORAKI-On 12th August,\ at 10-30 a.m.; Casino, on 19th, nt ll a.m. and 7 p.m..; Lismore, on 26th, at ll a.m., und Wyrallah, iit 3 p.m. ; '

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The Northern Star. Lismore, August 18, 1877. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Lismore, August 18, .1877. Local añil General 'News. ' TUB POZITIOAL POSITION-.-Wo should bo very sorry tb add to tho-load of obloquy that hus' fallen upon the shoulders of Mr. Garrott, since tho carrying of'his motion respecting tho inter pretation of the-31st clause of tho Lands Act, which, after all, is'only th« difference betwoon tweedledum and t'vrcedle'dye ;-and wo 'cannot help thinking-thai his action was very ill-timed, and is calculated to lowor him in tho public esti mation for somotime heneo. To us unfortunate outsiders,' it appears td mnttor little what Minis try is in power, so.long as it endeavors, honestly .to. carry .on .the lousiness-, of.tho Colony ; but .when we see*tho; proceedingsParliament ob structed week utter week "by party feeling and faction fighting,-we may well wonder how such a state.of thinga cnn bo tolerated by any body of sensible men ; and could' almost wish that tho Governor of thia Colony (like Oliver Cromwell), had thu power to send tho whole lot...

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

Facetiae. How io ranke a good impression.--Usa new. ?type and clean mk. Jt takes a mental effort to pay- a gas bill with a genial look. Interviewing has broken out among the high-toned London dailies'. A rainy day in Oregon is called web-footed weather. What Every Ono is Doing at the Same Tirno.-Growing older. People who Meet their Bills ia the Street. Theatrical managers. ' Where Everlasting Spring may be Found. In au indiarubber factory. " It is a settled principle, your honor," . said an eminent lawyer, " that causes always produce effects." "They always do for tho lawyers," responded the judge, " But I've sometimes known a singlo oause to deprive a client ol' idl his elmols." Tho best baso ball catcher , in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has outdone himself and caught the small-pox. A Virginia bridegroom over seven feet it announced. The affair created considerable sensation, but it is believed she only married him to go chestnutting with. liriiAn ON A KITTEN. Here lies by death smitte...

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A New Game. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

A New Game. A man cunio into a restaurant lastnight, and mounting u high stool leaned over tho counter and ."ordered a porterhouse steak with eggs on tho side, and some ale and oysters to begin on. In about half-un lioiir lie lind finished his repast, and was beginning to deliberate what kind of dessert he would wind up on, when a man walked in, and tapping him on tho shoul der, remarked "Is your n.«m» Billy Hicks ? " ' Yes, that's my name,' said the man on the stool, as his hand stole down to his pocket, fumbling for the handle of a bark er ; ' whnt do you waut? ' ' Wc had a little trouble once beforo, in White Pine, and now I guess I have got j'ou dead to rights,' continued thé new comer, pulling out a large sized six shooter. . ' If yoH'll jost step into the street and paco oft' your distance, I'm your man,' said tho feeder, who had just linishod his pie, aud whipping out his revolver he sprung off his perch, and rushed after thc other into the street. j The frightened restaurant...

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The Novelist. WITH A ROSE IN HER HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

WITH A ROSE IN HER HAIR. Notwithstandingits unmistakably shabby ,. furniture, its faded and worn Turkey ? carpet, tlio pattern ol! which was stumped 1 out post all recognition of the original .? design, and thc presence of tho hetcro r ' guucous, untidy litter ol' juvenile jiropcr . . tics scattered around, tho old schoolroom i at Tower House bad a plcasunt, homely look,iu udmirublo keeping with tho aspect of its occupants on such a bleak January afternoon. The blight lire, leaping np mid crackling in tho ample old-fashioned, lircplaeoj'sent forth a ruddy glow which .". ; ww rcfloctcd from thc pretty maroon and ?. white tea service upon tho table. A brass ?? kettle sang melodiously upon thc hob, in . concert with tho purring of a magnificent I'eraiuu cat, which reclined luxuriously upon the licurtli-rug. The furniture was composed of odds und ends-hardly two Í:. chairs being alike-all antique, and all Í . moro or loss rickety, whilst a. high, shiu . '. iiiff, old-i'iiuhionod brass f...

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A very Ancient Custom. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 18 August 1877

A very Ancient Custom. Two lambs aro consecrated annually at tho beautiful " littje.ehurulilóf St. Agnosu < fitoril, la Mura,, -fi'oin - whoso- wool 'tho Falliitm,; a certain iihvostmcnt' presented by-tho Popo to -every Archbishop;.of. tho' ; church throughout tho world; Vconsbcf atod, ;, .during thoyear,"is mude.,," Wo'.'wont, ? yesterday, with' all the tourists and foreign \ resident population of tho, city to . assist ' (as the.Fronch would say) at tho ceremony, . and found tho road loading to tho church ;?. lina'd with' processions of nuns, schools religious . confraternities ; of. fontales in i pretty, and simple uniforms, coinpouips of 'students in crimson and black, and strings of liveried equipagos, all wendihg'ih'tho , snmo direction. ' Tlio long corridors and rows of descending stuirs, through and ovor which wo had to pass to tho church, wero thickly strewn with green boughs and loaves, and fringed on oithor ; sido - ; with a row of noisy boggars, exhibiting, th...

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