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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Friday, 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 25 November 1876

LATEST -TSIiËGRAM8.Í {From thc Australian Associated i?f«s.) -, \ 'SYDNEY. ; * v Fricfay, :24th November.! Mr. Clarie,; the: hydraulic engineer, ar rived iii J^elboi^nejoa ."Wednesday, route to &y$nèyÇ'': "* " ''\ 'i;*' T aiigftah: ' has";$een 'Y sentenced toffefteen , and Ppríer, to ten years, iard labo&J. The former confessed- tq. several ádditionH cases of burglary. . ' * . - c^ j .m . Mi's. Foster, the niother-ofV the fAgeirt geDeraV^ed' suMeiily yesterday; aged 76 years.^ ^ 'J^hw T^mBTY Jndge' sígneóí- anSr;4eïv for the sequestration of, Ithe "restates" of City Corporation;- to: Bta^-:?ïYGr^iôi^^^^^$Ê^r The English Onoketers^ wili probably play; a match at'Goiffiäi^^ Aduces frdm' 'London, K^eïÂst armed neutrality. The-feiáfe^lífects to state'his T:(-WS' with r espectro "the - ^rapèsjtà Gonferea ce until he is informed what subjects they anim & dis cussing.; ' - - ; ;;jS'íf'^'- ' ' , . Prom : the * * Brisbane Courier"; \ Bombay, Octobè'/SOth. - Herf Majes...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE S. S. PLATYPUS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

. THE S.& PLATYPUS. Ox Thursday last we received a telegram from MT. J. WHITE, Secretary to the C. and K. P,. S. N. Company, Sydney, stating that the Steamer Platypus would leave for the ! Richmond Uiver, at noon, on Saturday next 1 (this day); and, also, that on and after the j first day of December next, the freight upon Maize will beredueed to &s. GÛ- per Bag.-which will, no doubt, be cheering intelligence to our: shippers arid farmers. IxTEsco¿o?rrAi, CRICKET MATCH.-Telegrams from A delaidè dated November 16th, state that over six thousand spectators were present at thc opening match with -the team of English cricketers. " The weather was splendid. The English went to the wickets in st, and ma de 163 runs in their first inning's. The South Australian team made; 54,in their first innings. . On, tho English side, Pooley's wicket keeping and Shaw's b; wling were great features, of the garni»; the latter delivering' 226 balls for 12 runs, 14 wickets, and 46 " maidens...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

¿fe*#MK; iL» ié MÍ R, Tg*-' ? \ À ^ Kcremr^r 27.-ßaaer Jack, Berrina, and EoV 'iítpTí flchot>aáw, from Sydney. November 27.-Lavina, schooiier, from Ñ?wcastlér . 'November 28-Amphitiite, aohooner, from Sydney.

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

BALLINA? ..._" » . " ""i -- Ä A* <¿ ; ARRIVALS. I^ ÍrKoTembeT 25.-Undine, P ei th a,~Rob~Roy, "Saucy * fe Jack, Kop'nue, Reatlvte, Wallace and Bruce, fran. Sydney. And Lavina, frein Newcastle._^ } *~" Ncvember 27.-Aniphîtriië, Perseverance, "Mâr ' earet, schooners, from Sydney. ? Alpha, X from -.'*' Newcastle. | ~" ^November 28.-Examiner, barque, froinf Sydney.

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THE "NORTHERN STAR" LISMORE, DECEMBER 2, 1876. THE LATE TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

THE "NORTHERN STAR".   LISMORE, DECEMBER 2, 1876.     THE LATE TRIAL. IN compliance with the wish of several of our subscribers, we publish, this week, in full, the evidence given in the case of JAMES MAXWELL versus JOHN MCLENNAN; and, consequent thereon, several advertisements and other matters are held over until our next issue.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

BIRTH.   KELLEWAY. — At South Lismore, on the 28th November, the wife of W. Kelleway of a Daughter.          

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

NOTICE. A LECTURE will be given in the PUBLIC SCHOOLHOUSE, Lismore, on MONDAT, 4th December, by the Rev. CHAS. R. CURREY. Subject-"Twenty-four Hours with BROTHER JONATHAN." Lecture to eommence at 8 p.m. sharp. Admission, 2s. NOTICE. ~T"T is requested that all ACCOUNTS due to the Undersigned be Paid AT ONCE, otherwise they will be placed in the hands of a Solicitor for Recovery. MRS. M. A. NEWTON. Lismore, 1st December, 1876. NOTICE. "TTTANTED, PAT CATTLE, without any vv BONES in them, so that some People can be Supplied with ALL MEAT, and NO BONES. A Splendid Opportunity for introducing a New Breed of Cattle. PRO BONO PUBLICO. CAUTION. "TXTHEREAS, one JAMES McCULLOCK, and VV his Wife, ELIZABETH MCCULLOCH, contracted by Written Agreement with the Under signed as General Servants ; and whereas they have unlawfully absented themselves from their hired Service before the same has expired: Notice is hereby given; that any person found concealing, harboring, or empleying the said McCulloc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

Sate;í*>y v Auction -of " -?ow& " witÄ t. «~*v Calves, and Heifers. J : WEDNESDAY, : ;6TH .DÉCEMBEB, 1876. ?,i\vTÄ GOLÎJ'AN 'his reeèived mstrúctibñs from 'VV . JAMj2S¿ STOCKS, Esq., of Caniaba, fcTsell by iPttolic Auction, on tVEDNESDAY, the 6th of DECEMBER, at ELEVEN a in., at the Yards of Mr. JAMES WEBSTER, Lismore * ' Ab3ut TWELVE Head of COWS, with C dves at foot; also, HEIFERS. . TÜ2 Calves of the CJW¿ are by the two well 'known stud Bulls owned by Mr. Stocks,-Young vVenison and Victor. The Heifers. are by the- same rSkes out of, good Hereford Cows. \ - Terms at Sale-NO RESERVE. . WOO DE URN STORE'. Just Landed-New Spring: and Summer Goods. &ENS' and BOYS' CLOTHING; of all descrip tions, - . \. - . LADIES' and CHILDREN'S ditto, * Y TOWELS, SHEETINGS, CALÍCOES;PRINTS MUSLINS, _ FLANNELS, * BOOTS and SHOES, &C.V &C. ""- . -' . T AND ... A:... JJANG : have., grea^-" pleasure, in C . . inf rming .their Friends and the Public.of the RICHMOND RiVER...

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Ballina. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] November 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

WBmm^MC''''' 'Ballina.; [FBVM OUR"miÉ&toïmvBCiTr*'*~ "." IT Ü some lame since you aaa- anytning troi this part of the. district, not for want of the will £^ but for lack of matter. We are at best but Ç > slow-going community I ..confess, it may be th din.of the **everlasting old ocean *' rolling "pi the beach acts as a lullaby, causing ah inch nation for sleep; although for * the- last fej weeks his usual roaring has been reduced to i ' ' minimum,1 * he haying been in a remarkably amiable mood; so much so, that a small boa might haye crossed the bar any day for a monti past. However, this morning he has agaii ^wakened up with a premonitory growl, as mud hy'¿aa to say "here I am again, all alive anc ^/kicking," the masters of the vessels which were *1 lucky enough to get in yesterday, will no doubt consider themselves fortunate ;, not so those of two or three I can see in the offing. I am glad to inform you our "bar" still keeps on its best behavior, having a depth oí twel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

DEATH. KING — At his residence, North Creek, on the 23rd November, Robert King, long a resident of this River, aged 35 years, leaving a wife, seven young children, and numerous friends, to de- plore their loss.

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Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER, 1876. Before H. ELLIOTT, Esq., P. M., and A. M. GIRARD, Esq., J. P. SHOOTING AND WOUNDING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

Lismore Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 8TH NOYEMBEK, 1876. Before H. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M., and A. M. GrIEAÄD, Esq., J.P. SHOOTING AND "WOUNDING. Joan McLennan was brought up charged that on the 8th day of November, 1876, at Lismore, in tho Colony of New South Wales, he feloni ously and unlawfully did shoot one James Max well, with intent thereby then feloniously, wil fully, and of malice, aforethought, the said James Maxwell to kill and murder. Mr. E. W. Allingham appeared for the defence. Daniel Hogan, a senior constable in the New South Wales police being duly sworn, deposed: I am stationed at Lismore ; between one and two o'clock this morning I proceeded to the prisoner's house ; on approaching the house I heard tho report of a shot ; I also heard persons insido singing out and making a great noise ; as I reached the house, the prisoner John McLennan ran out into the street with the revolver, now produced, in his hand ; I said " what is the matter?" ho said "Ihave shot Maxwell;" I then ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Exploration in Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

Exploration in Western Australia. XTB. John Brockman, a private settler who recently travelled with stock from the Mur chison to Nickol Bay, has permitted the Government to publish portions of his diary of the journey. These extracts are published in the W. A. Times. Although the journal is somewhat meagre in detail, it is interesting from the discription given of a large extent ¡of splendidly grassed and well-watered-but hitherto unexplored-country. Moreover there is every reason for believing that the land is rich in minerals. Mr. Brockman picked up pieces of splendid copper and lead, and states that on a mineral ridge near the Henry Biver he could see a lode of copper ore running westerly for many miles, sparkling in the sun. Mr. Brockman also found large quantities of octangular crystals, beautifully clear, and resembling the Sydney diamond. Relative to the botanical features of the country traversed, the party found any quantity of native melons, figs, yams, and wild tobacco. T...

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Local and General Ne[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

»ockl and General Ner**3, -i -i* REV. O. l|¿ CusREY.-^ÇVe are informed tY* GOts gentleman "Will conduct: Divine Service in th^ J^î& -peranee Hall, on Snndaj next, at ll a-ni., and 7 p.m. , j IJHE^ALLINA REGATTA.-Oar Ballina friends, are welT to~tne fore, thia year, with a full programme and goo^ prizes for their Annual Regatta on Boxing "Day;"enaas the opportunities for going down the river will be greater than heretofore (especially should the new steamer the "Lismore," be running), - no doubt the occasion will be eagerly taken advant age of by a large number, of our citizens whoY.are longing for an outing, and a sniff of the briny Jv -"THE WEATHER.-Since onr last report, the^ntense heat prevailing for the last three, weeks culminated in a sharp storm of thunder and lightning, ac.ççrii panied-with hailstones of a large size, on Saturday last/ winch has had the effect of clearing the atmos phere .and lowering the U mperature in some degree. ~THE "LISMORE."-In m'r. report of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

SHIPPING. FOR SYDNEY THE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMER PLATYPUS, JOHN MAGEE, Master, W01 run REGULARLY between SYDNEY and LISMORE, taking Passengers and Cargo, and affording: a means of RAPID aud SAFE COM MUNICATION between this River and the Metropolis. JOHN WHITE, Secretary. TO SHIPPERS ANTED, CARGOES for SYDNEY and MELBOURNE ; LOWEST FREIGHTS JAMES CALLAGHAN, BALLINA. STORES. O. LAEKIN, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, <&e. MOLESWORTH STREET, " LISMORE. ^Groceries, Draperies, Ironmongery, "Boots and Shoes, Eancy Goods, Crpekery, &c. 'j- ARGE and VARIED STOCK of DRAPERY -r-^ on hand and to arrive, aU specially selected i^bm~ñS*B&3ÍrÍ3&tiÍ$&3S "ixe*SYDNEfT Qfcali^-; pv:r and will be sold-at the LOWEST^ -REMUNERATIVE PRICES. tg*g UTEIN J.' ö CLOXiliiN G, Best Quality, and Tip-top Style. LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, very latest Eashion. AGENT for the LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE EIRE AND LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY. Srdji...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Friday, 1st December. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

LATEST TELÈÔÊAlttS^ [From the Australian Associated Press.) ; .J SYDNEY.-/-fl\ Friday, 1st ¿December.;?L :;;The Government have decided to coniplet^ the^brkèîat ^^Blackwattle Swamp within , aiortnight; * srfas to. prevent the. 'sequestra -ji^fcioh of thè CorpôratioiSpw>pér^/* " The English Cricketers . ari'ived on Wedne^ay,- - and. were heartily received. They commenced practice yesterday, and the bowling of rHûlï Emmett^ ;and Shaw, is . grand." .. ;. . ) ? [ A man^has'beensscúded to death inV a vat at Tooth's Brewery:, ^ . - .. . . « ^he.^on-a^çeptance^Vîpf.'^alWsaU!8 Gup are? Sunlight, A thos," TilditoT3,'?;"Kin<çswe8t, Clifton, A. T., Spectator,-^íiss, Kingston, and nine others. ; . .* *<\ /Maize, 2s9d to Qà. lÖd. J- / /-JJ J Advices from 'London state 'th'slt. Lord Salisbury has interviewed Bismark, when the batter assured him that ;the intentions of Germany were pacific, and that the Empire-, w.oiúd remain^neutral in the present crisis. The G«ar, in rec...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, December 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

    Latest Commercial.//[BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, December 1st. MESSRS. H. PRIESTLY & CO. report that maize was selling this day at 2s 10d per bushel; hides, 3d per lb.; pigs 6d lb.;   bacon, 9d per lb.; butter, 10d per lb.;     cheese 9d per lb.; potatoes, £7 per ton;     bark, £6 per ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 2 December 1876

---~rz-:-"""-N Beligious Memoranda. < . CHURCH OP ENGLAND. PRATERS WILL BB READ ON SUNDAY. DECEMBER 3RD, AT CASINO-At ll a.m. and 7*30 p.m. LISMORE-At ll a.m. GUNDURIMBA-At 3?p.m. HENRY PORTER. B.A., F. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curat«. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE wil (D.V.), preach on SUNDAY. 3rd December, at Coraki, at 10-30 a.m: ; Woodburn, 3 p.m, NOTICE. MONEY TO LEND, on APPROVED SECURITIES,-in SUMS of from £& to £1000 - E. W. ALLINGHAM, Solicitor, MOLESWORTH BTRBJST, LISMOIB MB. _t ê. M. $Ên^m; ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, AND PROCTOR OF TEM ^^¡1^/;: SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Office--Molesworth Street, LISMORE, OPPOSITE MR. S. COTTEES FREEMASON'S HOTEL. (V Ma. ALLINGHAM will be absent from Lis more every MONDAY. MLR. SOLICITOR, Office-Barker Street, Casino. Australian Mutual Fire Society. CAPITAL-f l00,000 WITH POWIB TO INCREASE TO £1,000,000. BONUSES-20 per Cent., each, for Second, Third, and Fourth Tears. DIRECTORS: Hon. Jouir SUTHEBLANB, Esq...

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A Nice Country. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

A Nice Country. ; TRAVELLERS tell strange tales, and an ancient mariner, who has just finished a long oHiise in the Indian Ocean, has told a Melbourne: vjour .nalist some very strange tales respecting the country lying between Nicol Bay and Port Darwin. He says, "South from Palmerston there lies a splendid tract of beautifully, heavily-timbered land, the forests containing cedars and pines of gigantic size, with the usual native timber. One large river has been described by explorers, and has several times been ascended for a considerable length from its meeting with the sea. He reports the land to be extremely well-watered from the heavy rains that fall periodically ; the several rivera, which he describes as being three times larger than the Yarra, and navigable for two or three hundred miles. There is no difficulty found in entering them, for the tides rise there about forty feet, and rush into the rivers with a noise like that of " the boar" in the Severn, and at a rate of five ...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, December 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

Latest Commercial. j BY TELEGRAM.] STDSnSY, Friday, December 15th. ^.MES^S. JfcL PRIESTLY &. ^tto^repjntfc that. Li * * ^.^^^^^P'o ^1^ ;dajrt*s3o 5^3¿F per 'wr'r^5g3r:^ei;^"liiS8, Sd per To/; pigs 6d lb.; bacon, 9d per lb; butter, lOd per lb; cheese 9d per lb ; potatoes, £Q per ton ; bark, £6 per ton. .

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Summer Mortality in Children. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

Summer Mortality in Children. WBITING to the Secretary of the Central Board of Health, Melbourne, concerning the death rate amongst children in England and Australia during the summer season, Mr. W. McCrea, th© Chief Medical Officer in Victoria, says,-The procautions that I would suggest for the pre vention of death from diarrhoea during the coming summer are :-1. To exercise great care in excluding from children's food all unripe fruit, vegetables, and other articles which easily ferment. This need not exclude the use of ripe fruit for children who have teeth to masticate it. 2. To subject all tho food which children eat to a boiling heat. In the case of infants, their milk particularly should never be given without having been previously boiled. 3. Whenever a child shows the first symptoms of diarrhoea, it should ba at once stripped, enveloped in a cold wet sheet, and wrapped in blankets for several hours. These suggestions are very simple, and may be carried out in the house of t...

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