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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

JtOMAN CATHOLIC (TORCH. ! SUNDAY, October 29.-The Rev F. SCHURR, I will (D:V-) say MASS at LIMORE on 1st ?v- ^Kovenite,; at WARDELL; A Saints Day, at SWAN BAY; Sunday, 5thNcember, at LIS MORE; Sundays 12th and 19i November, at the TWEED RIVER.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE correspondence respecting the above Building, published in last week's issue, shows the snail-like pace at which many Government matters in these outside dis tricts progress ; and if the delay has^ arisen in consequence of the pressure of business hi the Public Lands Department, it only bears-out the opinion we have long held, that the administration of the affairs of this Colony (especially in the matter of public works and lands),.does not keep pace with the increase of population, and; the require ments of the district ; and the sooner some -new scheme is .devised-such as the estab lishment of local Boards for cooperating with and advising the Government on such matters-the better. Could the force of cir cumlocution further go ? Here- is- a build ing.urgently required for the benefit of the town, : and y although the needful cash has been subscribed and voted, it has apparently taken the Government twelvemonths to make up, its mind where the site shalt be, whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

?/?'rf ¿v# í T- O RY . =.?? : , '* S¿ui?/c; o .jcfjji úvtv ; *: ;.> W2&AIJDAH SCHOOI* PF ARTS.-Cfficera - President : John Keep;-Esq* Sydney; Viee> ^^g^SdenV: Mr., T^bníáfi; Brandon ; Treasurer, ; s 'iii. ¿W. Argue * Librarian : -¡T&i. W. Steven;v Secretary: Mr. W. DÍ*on._ Night of íleeting{: "* Thursday ; Place : School of Arts. NOTICES. ? » ' » "'' ._ >..-¿v i NOTICE, i Vy~ m'HE OPENING of the New Romànj Catholic ;~Chúrch, at Lismore, is POSTPQNFD until about CHRISTMAS. \ . * ~ " -' T - Fr SCH'UBB C.C. Lismore; 23rd Octobfer," 1876.; '* ':' \' 1 * NOITICÍE.' TENDERS ..wilbbe received by the Uidersignéd\ for the ERECTION of a HOUSE contain 4ng 16 ROOMS, -in, WOODLARK STRSET; all Material fonnd. Also, separate Tenders f ir making, a quantity of PANEL DOORS and .WINDOWS. Plans and Specifications to be seen at "~ - JAMES BAILLIE'S,' / : "" . * * "IisaioÉE. . MUSICAL SOCIETY. X ADIES and GENTLEMEN, favorable to the -Li FORMATION of a MUSICAL SOCIETY; are reques...

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Original Poet[?] I WISH HE'D TELL [?] WHY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

Original Poetr. I WISH HE'D TELL 3 WHY. How mysterious some young meire, . I cannot make them out ; I wish they'.d plainly speak theirinds, And not keep us girls in douht. They how and blush, and-hovèr ind, "With many a deep-drawn sigh,. '. "Why don't the silly frightened tigs rSpeak out, and tell us why? . Just such a one is in this town, À comely youth I know; 'Who though a man, yet proves biself, - A chicken-hearted bean. "-He-haunts my footsteps day andight, And though ais tongue is shy, îHè'll dance and sing with none b mer* I wish he'd tell me why. ' . . X wonder now if he expects, .The courting I'm tb do ; I love him dearly I confess, I' think:he loves nt* too. 'Tis really time he broke the ice, "To make him speak I'll try.j .Instea'd of smiles Til pout,* and fen 4-livn.V "ko»n toll <rv.â tiri.-*- - C. M. M. liismore, October 25th. . - ?»*?------^^^M^^M^---^

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Religious Memo[?]nda. CHURCH OF ENG[?]ND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

^Religious Memorada. ÇHTJKCH OP ENGKTLNBÎr PEATERS WILL BE KEB AT -WOODBJDiRN-Sunday, October 5th, at 3 p.m. ? " '? ¡ HENRY PORTER, i.A., i " ^ F. R. NEWTO», Afstant Curate. j

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The International Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

The International Matches. THE Pall Mall Gazette says,-*The. rowing of the winning waterman's four and pair in the late Thames Regatta was sufficiently good to warrant the belief that they will be able to do full credit to English professonial rowing at the approach ing Centennial Regatta at Philadelphia. They are not by any means so strong as the average of crack watermen's crews ; but they row long and in good style, while unfortunately at th?s moment those professionals who possess the most strength - the north countrymen -- are quite devoid of style, and have no idea how to make the best use of their strength. The Thames four were not quite perfectly in unison when they towed last week : bow was always a trifle late into the water : but by the time that they race in America this fault will probably have been cured, and in uniformity as well as style of work they will show a good specimen of what English watermen's rowing should be. Tricketts victory has taught us that we must no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

Centra! Richmond 'Rvar Jockey ; ^ Club. Ä31EETING of STEWARDS for th« trans . - action-of- IMPORTANT USINESS, will be held at the FREEMASON* HOTEL,, at SEVEN o'clock on WEDNESDAY Evening next. ' - " W. KELLEWAY, j J':::.', ? . Secretary. Lismore, 27th October. J. - IN-iOTIOB. 5 >? J ONEY] TO LENÏ), on APPROVE!) SECURITIES,-in SUMS of from £5 to £1000. E. W. ALLINGHAM, Solicitor, MOLKSWOBTH S TR SIT, LlSXO&B 'tx ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, I AND PROCTOR - - - -.OP TBS ? SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH : WALES, ." : Office-Molesworth Street, - LISMORE, OPPOSITE MR. S COTTEE S FREEMASON'S HOTEL. ^ ME. ALLINGHAM will be absent from Ida« more, every MONDAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

FOR SYDNEY. ^ mrtHE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER. Jk-r ^£EAH NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMER ; PLATYPUS, ; * îTOflN MAGEE, Master, - '. TOll-:run: REGULARLY between SYDNEY^ ajttoV LISMORE, taking Passengers and Cargo,' and affording a means of RAPID aud SATE COM MUNICATION between this. River and the? Metropolis. . -, ' t. J/;: JOHN WHITE," ' , ". »' Secretary., \ : V^Q IPPE RS . ^nt^ANTED, CARGOES for SYDNEY and V. T- MELBOURNE ; LOWEST FREIGHTS JAMES CALLAGHAN, BALLINA. ». STOStES. I O/ LAEK1N, ¿GENERAL STOREKEEPER, &Cv MtOZESWORTH STREET, ' LISMORE. -Groceries, draperies, Ironmongery, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Goods, Crockery, &c. " f- _-: - .; - - T HT ARGE andVARlED STOCK of DRAPERY ^ -«n hand and'ito arrive, all specially selected from rite BEST HOUSES IN SYDNEY, Quality .gsiaranteèd, and wilUbé sold at the. LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES. * ^ GENT'S. CLOTHING, Best Quality, and -Tip-top Style. : ^ LADIES* "TRIMMED HATS,-very latest Fashion. AGENT for the LIVERPOOL AND LO...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. [From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Friday, October 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 28 October 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. aj [From the Australian Associated jPrè'ss.) - - . -' . SYDNEY.. ' ~| :; .. -W Eriday, Qctpbel 27th, The burglers Yaughan and Porter were tried on one charge yesterday, and the others were "being proceeded with to-d^y. Over three hundred articles of stolen^-property were found in their possession, .' " -\ The Government have made ^mportant reductions in the raliway passeng^ ràtès oh all the lines, commencing 1st Mpvember next; > The Government party reachecÎ Gundagài yesterday, en route to Melbourne J Considerable quantities of- wreckage^T-and the figure head .of c a large vessel- has i been found at Kamea- Bay; New Zealand^ Latest bëtting, Yictorian Derby-live to one, on New Minister ; four to one ori Tocal ; ten .to. one on the others. "Valentia and TocaLare in fine condition; - ] The Dandedong'Belief Committee of Vic toria have pfesentèd Captain Irving's widow ' with £250. ' ' ' :J;[[ .. ."...Maize,. 3s: . ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

SHIPPING. *FXXR -, 8YD:NEY, i rriHE. CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIYER : STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S" j STEAMER- - . ! PLATYPUS, JOHN^MA.GEE, Master, * Will nm REGÜliÁRIát Between SYÎ)NEY aud ' LISMORE,..taking- Passengers and Cargo','"and'r affording a means of RAPID and SAEE 30M^ MUNieÀTION" between; this RivfeiL and ther Metropolii.- . . " ". , ? JOHN.WHLTIil,.; ? * r . ; ^ Secretary. . . ? . v » - ? . TÎÔ* S H I P ÍP E RS . "T^ANTED, CARGOES .for?, SYDNEY;^ and : . MELBOURNE ; LOWEST PRËIGHTS. " JAMES CALLAGHAÍíV "V \ * ; * . - " , BALLINA. STORES. &. LAEKIN, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, &c,. MOLESWORTH STREET, LISMORE. Groceries,, v' Draperies, Ironmongery, ;: ° > Boots and Shoes, n . ^ , Fancy Goods, . Crockery, &c.v ;T«^,»iÎyARIEÎ^TÔck of DRAgEIll * ? *. ?on^lám<líai¿d.'4to ^arrive, ali' specially selecbic f¿¿^ ^^Sg^'äöi^i*^^ iN'SYDNEi'r Qualin STORES. NEWTOWN STOKES, LISMORE ; ALWAYS ON HAND-GOODS OF BEST QUALITY. GENTS'., CLOTHING. , Summer Goods are...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

. ^Éfmèinbers pf that august bocly appear-to ^ *l|>ve been afraid to come up the- river, like; Juariv ...other Government, matters in this district, the,trip -has*ended, in smoke, sq far "concerns the bèuefit. conferred upon the rapper portion of the river. It is said. that ' (the. Board consider that a good tug is all 'Wt-is required at present for the. entrance ^jtliis river, while all the otherlmatters^ l^já. -as the buoying ^of the channel, -and deepening of the river, &c, will have to |tandjj over ; while in * a humble spirit we ]'supp«7¿'e we must be tridy thankful for what . J|re do receive-which is very little.

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Abuse of Tobacc[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

Abuse of Tobaccîio. Tens .rapid increasing use of tobacco among boys -which is regarded by many of the physiçlo-" gists as destined ter exercise an exceeáingly. injurious effect on the rising generation of Frenchmen-is probably due, in part, at least, to the - lack of healthy sports among them. Boating, cricketing* croquet, gymnastics, and even the taking of long walks in the country, are almost unknown among French boys, who have in general no idea of the pleasure of movement in the open air. Nearly, twenty-six millions of francs has been spent in tobacco, under one form or the other, in this city alone, during the first half of the present year. As the State appropriates 70 per cent of the total amount paid for tobacco by the nations, it favours thc consumption of " the devil's weed " by every means in its power; but certain en thusiasts, moved by the prospective degeneracy of the French people as a probable result of the slow but constant absorption of nicotine from the use of to...

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[?]he Missing[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

-3^ .cnr|i ?pwnt% of th$: 'M^^^UMH^^. nublishe^Ä^ydhe^ Bev. Gq¿fetf Bfawû, añ^cíHoá ;e¿»*iy. -¿ih the.:: riresent *íSB|%»m Porf^Bplt^r^ 2") ifeo :af^^k|j Island, or^fe" thr .-jgtííjafíhf."islands near W^j Guinea an<? o\ » which. îiew "Britain. and î'ow j Treland are th? largest ' and .h%t known. Mr. . Brown, a y mÛetà%nwho cambines a good dea1 J of practical^isracity. áná ardouru'vi '-h a atom, j courage andfjiííjc^n love of 'ad vent m »v. ths^J nioneer of al^ëw Wesleyan mission, and ha/in* 7 nnêned Iv^i^^r^ours^ with some^notoriously j savasre andMcious ti^>es, and li gated .native j I teachers aÄi^ then^h has beer¿ f waitrbg for ! months in ttfebut o*'thift wi.v mr'íbf^the world i for a vessel Jf|ake him to Sydneyr;p*,pparentiy, . ! we wilt hamljl: curious'tale t¿ till when he cvm<"*s back»^wA m*iv indira from the following ex^n?t fronlps la?t tetter: " Bftlrway, the i natives her^re^most positive in their assertions th«»t t.h^e i Ja- r^".<3 of ...

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The late Mr. Henry Green. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

The late Mr. Henry Green. THE remains of the late Mr. Henry Green, the well-known shipowner, were deposited on Satur day last in the family Vault ; at Ilford Cemetery, * " -"^Mstant, á^rjl*igateíÉÍé^ Earalysis. For many years the firm of Messrs. and H. Green, of Blackwall, the large ship owners and shipbuilders, have heed known all over the world, and In the Indian and Austra lian trades their flag has always been sought for by both passengers and shippers. Mr. Henry Green, since the" death of hia brother Richard, thirteen years ago, carried on th» firm of R" and H. Green until some time since, Vhen .he took his eldest son into the business. "With the management of such a large concern his time was very fully occupied. He was a man of £ha highest integrity, and strict business punctual ity. But besides his busiuess engagements he found time and opportunity for ministering to the well-being of others. He was for many years Chairman and Treasurer of the Merchant Seamen's. Orphan Asylu...

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French Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

l^nbnch Advertising. WHETHER Vî?-ialisa manners are becoming** A.mnrieanf*fd to a nercentible extent (obs>r#s the Pall Ma'l Ga-ette) rnav bo an onen qneafcipn ; hut there >an^scarcely be a ...doubt; itfoä't^he^ French tabing lesson? fróm'vfH^^^aiH^t ofj* nd vertisi. ^nations. Parisians onco Hall a sense of the ri fl; lotions which would ; hn^fp prevented; ?: tho niiblieaf^bn of su ch a maryçllou ¿ - announ"ed ment as that in which a lad^.dcStO^pf «m-" pîovment, rehearses tho íisfcóí^^^^tin&|íon8 -l -" Mdme.^^febyrö^siekn watches corses, applies >teec]i^^3^a^Qwl^;by machiner^ isr ari e^ceUeiiVcook, . bavins' been t»n roars in ;t^>^r^p^^-5E:;^^ar^nvdé^^?¿.''? Whether one or nH;ó^ man At fMeojii oi-W \vinTlkopSl^' We^^vi^^fii^^f^ two coa Kbuildors in a. Paris new3T>ano-\ These excellent tradesmen have apparently thought it qyvtQ natural to announce the circumstance that thev have carriages for sale under the head of 4< Snort. " It mn st be confessed, i...

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Exploration of Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

Exploration of Africa. Üfis Baily Telegraph announces that copious - - despatches have boen received from the lea 1er - of tile Daily Telegraph and tho Af cw York Hervid expedition. Mr. Stauley's ti nit letter is data! Jmy 29, 1875, from Mayiga Island, in the Vic toria Lake, and relates his voyage from King Mtesa's territory back, to tue cauv at Kagdu/x, in the course of which his party narrowly es caped massacre by the treacherous natives of Bambirch. Escaping by the greatest skill and - /courage, the explorer oncounturod several sev^ie storms on the lake, but arrived safely at li td camp, atter rem&rkrble adventures. The second despatch, dated August 15, 1875, from Darno, in Ungauda, narrates a visit to the island of TJkerewe, and tho voyage of the entire expe dition in canoes to Uganda, with the severe punishment indicted by ¿Lc. Stanley upu-a tao savages of Bambirck tor their murderoaj treachery. A third letter, under the date of January 18, 1876, written from Ka wanga, ...

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The Open Column. To the Editor of the " Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

?? » " .' '- . The Open Column. To the Editor of the " Northern Star." SIR,-I was happy to learn of a more that ought to gladden our hearts, -I refer to the fl^st prosecu tion under the new Sale of Poisons Act. I hope that this extra wise Act of a " nz plus ultra" Legislature will be appreciated by a deserving and intelligent public. Only think, what considerate fathers our Legislators are. They have given us a Dog Act, and an Anti Sale of Poisons Act. Hip, hip, hurrah ! Excuse my exhuberance of spirits on this momentous occasion, for it is not often that we have to chronicle the passing of two such Acts, so well calculated to immortalise so august a body, and only think, botb within a twelvemonths. How they must have swelled with the fruition of pat riotism ; in fact, if it had not been for the refresh ment room, the Acts I mention would never have been passed. "Go along with you to bed:" not yon. Sir, but one of my little boys, who is getting so forward thal I scarcely know how to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

fTlHE ÎtTÏdiersigned T are «utnöri DUES for "fte PRIESTÖ;in<] LISMORE, and to make their Re DAY, 19th: Novèmber^Edward Q McNamara; Charles Dean, .and John MICHAEL SHEETS Qrëât'ÔïttiG Sale at ON SATURDAY;: UTH:; NOT^MBEE. TZ> ÄLÄR :l^''Í¿W¡fWe"i^nLdnstaà5ê*^d -JD hy ME.'McI)ÖNAaH,'MÖI^T PATRICK, near TUNSALL, to Sell ftv. Publie, Auction on the Premises, on &ATXJRDÁY,: llth,;Noiember, at TWELVE o'clock,- , , ' . -1^ PIETY Head of Superior CATTLE, Two' j^ungHerefördrBxQls,- Xi.'.v. -u^>,:. Eight :&ad Draught and Saddle : Horses^ : j ,:\'" Terms "at Sale. ... BM" TI BE S. THE "EINË- X. POWEKF-m^ DRAUGHT . STALLÏOÎT- "\J~ ' % Will STAND this Season; .ai. WYRALLAH ;SAW MILL, North .Arm, !ßicbmö&d_ Rifer.""PRINCE OE WALE&isJ^Shor*^ imported, Great" Grandsiré,' '^or^ Leprà,' "imported, dam bv Xie3singfon, imported. ^.PRINCîi OE: WALEè is a Dark-C^eetnut,. ?%fe¿tó-Í7J^^v.?é^,fi is very ±rao^Dl$r and;uopile,,ana\^^ Try competent ' jñdgés,:and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

WOODS TSSMST STORE, Just Landed-^ New Spring and Summer *Gk>ods: MENS* and BOYS1 CLOTHING of all descrip tions, . LADIES' and CHILDREN'S ditto, TOWELS, SHEETINGS, CALICOES, PRINTS MUSLINS, FLANNELS, BOOTS and SHOES, &c, <£c. / "W^t/- ''.*?Z ???Tv='Vj^rD"i A. LA&G hare great pleasure in ^Vinfbrining theft Friends and the Public of the.. RICHMOND BáVER generally, that they have on hand the NICEST ASSORTMENT OF GOODS PROCURABLE, all ^Marked at such PRICES that CANNOT FAIL TO PLEASE BUYERS. .a J. and A. Lang's motto - Small Profits and Suick Returns. TO CONTRACTORS. rpENDERS "^will "bo received bv the Unier R-arnetf'-UR teethe 11th INSTANT, ;or -CLEARING, FORMING, and GRAVELLING . between Emigrant -Creek Bridge and Munro's, on Roa li^Casiao to Ballina. . - Sp^cifica£%s to be seen at the COURTHOUSES Gaömt«, îiigmôre, and Ballina. * ' -ROBERT DONALDSON, ' ' Road Superintendent. " .Casino, 2nd Nov'embqr, 1876. h ^X~~¡rr:- ? -;-: Public Sc&óol. Lismore....

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Iismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER. Before H. S. Elliott Esq., P. M., and J. Stocks Esq., J. P. CATLLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 4 November 1876

Ir - ? - - ??? - -. Iiismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, * 1ST NOVEMBER. Before H. S. Elliott Esq., P. M., and J. Stocks Esq., J. P. CATLLE STEALING. . Maurice Brosanhan was brought up charged thai ne did on or about the 9th October last, feloniously [steal one red cow branded-W in half circle oh rump, ; 0 on ribs, and one red boll calf, the property of ; Alfred Michael Girard. .j Mr. E. W. Allingham appeared for the prosecu tion. j Alfred Michael Girard, deposed: That he was j the su^rin*pr»dent of Tusmore Station, which in / rinded Tucki Tucki and Dangaraba runs : knows the 1 defendant ; from informition received went to Tucki Tucki about a fortnight sino : saw a cow and calf there : tb ey were in James Webber's possession : it i was a red cow, with a half circle W near hip, 0 on j the near rib : a red b ill calf with white face was running with it : the above is the station brands ; i the cow had goat horns and a roach back, and be ¿ lou s's to the executors of the late Mrs. Girard;...

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