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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

The Treasury, New South Wales, 1st ^December, 1876. Payment of Bents of Buns. -pTOLDERS of RUNS in the Second Class, *- Settled and Unsettled Districts, are reminded that by the 19th clause of Part 2 of the Regulations under the Lands Acte Amendment Act of 1875, the rent» of all Runs must be paid on or before the 31st instant. Persons tendering payments will be required, to state the Lessee's name, District, and name of Rnn. A pamphlet having been published, showing the rent payable on the various Runs of the Colony, copies of thc same can be obtained at the Govern ment Printing Office, at a charge of ls. 6d. each. ALEX. STUART.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

BALLINA. ARRIVALS. December 10.-Emma Janè, Bohocner, from Sydney* - < . '- . December 14.-Leonidas,barque, from Melbourne. December 15.-Platypus, steamer, from Sydney. DEPASTURES. December 7.-Platypus, s., Captain Magee, .for Sydney. Cargo : 25,000 feet pine, 1051 bags maize, 38 mats sugar, 84 hides, 7 cases eggs, 2 coops poultry, and sundries. December 9.-Examiner, barque, for Sydney. December [ll-Alpha, and Lady Robinson, schooners, for Newcastle.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 12th. The Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. {From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 12th. The Cricket Match. The Sydney Team won by three runs and two wickets to spare. Evans made 38 runs, and staid at the wickets four hours ; Banner man,, scored 20 runs, D. Gregory, 14, Seale, ll. Parliament was opened at noon to-day with the usual ceremonies. The speech was short, and the important measures promised are the same as those recently announced by. the Premier in his late speech at Bega. It was stated that the Government intended proposing a scheme for the consolidation of the debt of the Colony/ Owing to the Line not working well our usual Telegrams have not reached us.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

SHIPPING INTBIiLiiaSNOB. LX6MOBS. - ARRIVALS. December ^13.-Emma Jane, schooner, from Sydney." :' ",v DEPASTURES. , December 9.-Saucy Jack, schooner,:«k 87,000 feet' pine ; land Lavina, schooner, witia^BoftQ feet pine, for Sydney. ^^P* December 13.-Victory^ schooner, fm Sydney, with 100,000 feet pine.

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The Hydraulic Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

The Hydraulic JSngineer. MR. Clarke, who has eoiue to advise the Government on questions of water supply and sewerage, had an interview with the Colonial Secretary on Thursday morning. The Govern ment, in anticipation of Mr. Clarke's visit, requested the advocates of the various schemes for supplying the metropolis with water to forward copies of any report or suggestions which they might have. The documents thus procured, as well as the reports of the late Commission and of the present Sewage and Health Beard, have been placed in Mr. Clarke's possessiasnr ' As the time during which Mr. Ciarke-z^an rmain in the colony is limited, the ^ßüse^nment,/àcÎK/r^ ^^o^iyniitírfT» wif.K- * nina, has made such, arrangements as it was thought desirable to facilitate the business whieh he has come about. And as there are many persons who will probably desire to make suggestions to the hydraulic engineer, or furnish new or additional data on matters relating to the water arid sewerage questions, i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "NORTHERN STAR". LISMORE, DECEMBER 16, 1876. Later European News. (From the ' S. M. Herald.') The Suez Mail which arrived at Adelaide on Wednesday last brings the following news: STATE OF EUROPE. London, October 27th [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

TSE " NORTHERN STAR"Jj LISMORE, DECEMBER 16, 1376. Later European News. (From the ' S. M. ITerald.') The Suez Mail which arrived at Adelaide on Wednesday last brings the following news : STATE OF EUROPE. T .on rinn Onfrtbov 9.7t.li The Eastern question has engrossed European attention during the past month; The political situation is full of peril. The ^diplomatic developments have been rapid, and pregnant with alarms. In the middle of last week immediate war, on an extensive seale/ seemed inevitable, and a wild panic bore down everything on the Stock Ex change. Since then a more hopeful feeling has arisen, and public securities have re covered some portion of their fall. The principal cause of the European excitement was the decision of the Russian Government to decline Turkey's counter proposal of six months armistice-a proposal too obviously in the military interest of Turkey, and to the disadvantage of Christian ¡ subjects. Coupled with this announcement came a shower of adverse...

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The Championship of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

The Championship of the World. A GENTLEMAN who received the following intelligence from a friend in England by the last San Francisco mail, has kindly offered it for publication. He says that it is taken from a daily paper, and has reference to the training for a projected match between Sadler and Boyd : -" Sadler wns in better health and stronger then when he rowed the Australian in June, but was still showing the effects of time. Boyd of whom we wore beginning to despair, has come out in a new light, and for the first time in his life made something like scientific use of his great physical strength. If he will continue to take pains and still further improve his sliding in the way in which he has now at last begun to do, we need not fear of any stranger, i foreign or colonial, being able to furnish a I champion again to beat us. But whether, after all, Boyd is the best man in England is still a most open question. Higgins beat him easily last June. But since he has now turned the...

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International Cricket Match. (Abridged from the ' S. M. Herald.') [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

International Cricket Match. {Abridged from the * S. M. Herald.1) THIS matea, which has been for some time antici pated with much interest, commenced on the Albart Ground on Thursday. At au early hour a perfect stampede of 'buses, cabs, and pedestrians took place from the city, all having the one destination. The numbers on the ground swelled rapidly, and by 3 o'clock , there could not have been less than 12,000 spectators. The gTand stand, capable of accomnlodating 1000 sitters, was crowded to excess, and standing room was scarcely obtainable. The eastern torracoa were densely packed, and an unbroken lim of people several deep surrounded tho white i orHilTsun,- and from every vantage ground .jjunting fluttered gaily. Everything was done for the comfort of all concerned, and the honor ary secretary of the Albert Ground is to be -congratulated on the success which attended his arduous exertions. Notwithstanding the great crowd present, perfect order was man tained, and nothing occurr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

NOTICE.   WANTED, immediately, a CIRCULAR SAWYER. Apply to   J. E. JAMES, Commercial Sawmills, Wardell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

;; s H IPP E it*s:. KTc^ír - to^OÜBkE^^^ST FREIGHTS oí Ls-> e; JAMESIRxAaHÁN, ? e^i: & - >. ' v BALLINA. V V Vf ' J "t'y» ? . ? . äfÖHN PEEEY, / Auctioneer, Commission Agent, .. and Accountant, ALSTONVILLE; SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE "'."VT; DISTRICT. *\'T* PARTNERSHIP and OTHER ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. " ? COMMISSION AGENTS¿; No, 63, Sussex Street, Sydney. .L^OR the SALE of every Description of ' STATION and FARM PRODUCE. : ;(N:B. - The HIGHEST ' MARKET RATES. ?Guaranteed. "Account Sáles and". Proceeds *¿for- » warded immediately Sales are made. 'Empties returned per First Conveyance.' ? ' - Shippers constantly advised of MARKET PRICES. r ; ' BUTCHERS. ADVANCE LISMOBE! New Butchering Establishment, :JAB. SäYANT, . MOLESWORTH STREET, "TZ>EGS respectfully to* inform the" Inhabitants of LISMORE and sturounding District that he, has COMMENCED ^BUSINESS in the ? kabove Street, and hopes to merit a share of Public Patronage., . , ; .. : Fresh and Salt Beef . . 3yd per ...

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For Farmers, Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

^ For Farmers, Boys. LET the boys he encouraged to stick to the farm, unless they are stupids. The most active and energetic boys and young men are needed as tillers of the soil. If a farmer is so unfortunate as to have a crazy-headed urchin, of one idea, that chap may do for a minister ; but do not attempt to make a farmer of him. In case a boy cannot be induced to love manual labour, let him study law. Lawyers can be moulded out of almost any inferior material. If he likes to read twaddle and nonsense more than science, furnish him with a quack's pillbag, and tell him the wide wide world is before him. Ail the powers of the universo cannot make a farmer of him. For farmers the country wants the most energetic,' thorough-going, and wide awake boys and young men that can be found. Hence, if a boy is blessed with that crowning concomitant which moves the world-brains let him become a farmer. Brains constitute the great desideratum in agricultural science at the present day. Fifty yea...

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The New Turk. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

The New Tütjc. .< THE Constantinople correspondent of the " Poll tische Correspondenz " writes :-" Abd-ul Hamid, though he has only been Sultan for five days, has, notwithstanding many other pressing; matters, already done something to justify his reputation for economy by making several changes ~^is household. From time immemorial, tbj^^mrt kitchen hrs provided the countless perse» ^^»ployed in the household with provisions, ^Pch tney were allowed to take to their holies. In Abd-ul-Aziz's time the Court kitchen cost more than £40,000 Turkish a month. By a mere order from the Sultan the cost has boen reduced to one-half, and the employes will have plentiful repasts; for, instead of taking the provisions home' meals will be supplied at fixed hours in the palace. Abd-ul Hamid has also determined to take his own meals with members of his own family, instead of alone, like his predecessors. The Sultan has adopted another measure of economy. Hitherto the position of the Sultan...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

Religious Memoranda« CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PRAYERS WILL BE READ ON SUNDAY. DECEMBER 17TH, AT LISMORE-At ll a.m. ; Casino, at ll a.m., and 7*30 pan. ; Rosehill, at 3 p.m. HENRY PORTER, B. A., P. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curate. The Rev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D. V.) preach on SUNDAY, 17th December.-At Lismore, ll a.m.; Wyrallah, at 3*30 p.m. THE CHAIBMAN OF COMMITTEES, LEGISLATIVE AS SEMBLY.-We are given to understand, upon reliable authority, that Richard Driver, Esq., M.L. A., will not stand for re-election as Chairman of Committees, upon the re-assembling of Parliament on the 12th proximo. The candidates in the field aie the Hon. J. S. Farnell and Mr. E. Greville. -1 Evening News.' ÍNJUKIOUS ATTACKS OP FLIES.-The annoyance experienced from the various species of fliesinfesting dwellings this summer has assumed a somewhat nioit? seiiouM aspect than usual in the Murrurundi dicfcrict, in the painful effects experienced by yov-ffr people from thetr attacks. The * Times ' says^ # \ in se vera...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

Local and General News. I MB. J. BROWNHILL.-We learn from our Grafton ! exchanges, that the above gentleman, for some years Manager of the branch of the Australian Joint Stock Bank in that town, has been pro moted to the Goulburn branch of that bank ; and while congratulating that gentleman upon his well-deserved lift, we feel constrained to say that our Grafton friends have thereby sustained a great loss,-as " he was a man, taking him for all in all, they ne'er may look upon his like again" During our connection with the Grafton press we had many opportunities of observing the career of this gentle man, and found him ever to the fore, both in words and pocket, in all works calculated to advance the well-doing of the district io which his lot was cast, although, from his position in life, he would gain but little honor or reward for so doing ; and it often struck us that dame Fortune had made a great mistake in making that gentleman a banker, as from his talents and fluency of speec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 16 December 1876

SHIPPING. -rv** ;' : V ' " - '? '¿m rv-.: < ; í-íKí or.* Irtcvirí -» ¡ CLARENCE and RICHM0N1}:RIVER STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S 1 JOHN MAGEE, Master, . ^OTfflrun REGULARLY between SYD^ÉY and. LISMORE,. taking Passengers and Cargo, and '-affording a means of RAPID aud SAFE, OÖM MUNICATIQN between this River and the Metropolis. , * t P i ; iST On and after the 1st DECEMBER, the . CREIGHT on MAIZE will be reduced to gs. 6d. per BAG. * JOHN WHITER :.. .5 - - se<" .SE í--..'¿^^ STORE S. .;v':'^ PT ATO Y NEW' . H^u-(í.¥' ON H AND Currants, at 8d. per lb. .Orange and Lemon Peel, Jqrdan Almonds, Figs in Small Boxes^ i> : Prime Dates, . ^ > > Bottle Fruits, r; Jams, Marmalades, f Coníec? Prime English: Cheese, ; ^ Ramornie Preserved MeatsJ ^ if Christmas Cards in Grieat Vàrièt^ I Por, tiese Yery Hot Days-WHITS COATS, afc 7s.; will turn ike fiercest Já^üiltéd^ trotee- j - -tiQiL fröm piiiiströke. r¿v - ^ Napier STJNBEIMS protect ^i?; JByes; and _Èace, and are qui...

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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

JB Á ii Tu X1ST A . : . - ARRIVALS. r: - -+ , December IS.-^Lnàf Robinson, Resolute, Àtiant&i;;; ~ and Octoroon, schooners, from Sydney. -; December 19;-Ocean Bride, Rob Roy, Storm King, Bertha, and Wallace and Bruce, schooners, 4 from'Sydney. <&;: December 20.-Alice Jane, schooner, from Sydney. ^ j. DEPARTXJRM December ~ lß^Venus, and Dancing .... Wave, schooners, for Sydney. . -^^F December 20.-Platypus, s., for Sydney. December 21.-Leonidas, schooner, for Newcastle.

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. December 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

LATEST TELEGRAMS. {From the Australian f Associated Frese.) ". .SYDNEY. ?'Decèâibèr 15th... In the Le^lature Assembly/ 3ár. Parkes' amendment on - the Speech concluded at 11 o'clock on Wednesday night, the Govern ment obtaining a majority of seven votes. Mr. Farnell has been elected as Chairman of Committees unopposed. Mr. Buchanan's Divorce Bill ¡has been read a second time. , Mr. Buchanan's motión censuring the British Government for" the Bulgarian atrocities was* "negatived by a . majority of fourteen. ~ V7 The Governments of New Sough. Wales and Yictoria are considering the ¿0fisability of jointly engaging the services t eminent engineers from home to report Wpon the defence of the Colonies. The:weather is intensely hot. $ The Englishmen won the.CrirXiet Match a-srainsr^ie Nor*}» ern ? .r ^~ ? Advices irom London dated December 13th, state that at the preliminary meeting of the .Conference representatives of the, different European powers held yesterday, a feeling of greater con...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

--? Ii I eSMZ O RrB . - . - : -ÁBRÍTAL8/ December \ S.-Platypus 8., Oaiitair. Magee, from Sydney. The Platypus a., ciean$ Sydney HeacCs at 6 p.m.,.oir fhe^l^tKi cTo^d^he^^chmond Rtv^r air noon, on the 15th. Experienced light vanabtë bréeïes, and fine weather throughout the passage. - December 20.-Bertha, and Rub Roy, schooners, fromjîyjîney. _| " _ : - .DEPARTURES. Deeoml)er 21.-Emma Jane, schooner, with 80,

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South Lismore. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

South Lismore. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.J I HAVE been silent for some , time not because I was unwilling to write, but because everything here has been in a slate of quiescence and tranquility, things here look amazingly well considering the dry weather we have had lately. There seems to be an increasing disposition to select land, and as the capabilities of the district for agricultural and growing purposes become known, I have no doubt that persons of small capital will avail ^themselves more and more of the advantages offered to steady in dustrious settlers. The fanners of this, district I are pray^g for rain so a fib speed the, jiloijffbu i ^s&të-é^ froe,- iüí» Lhöre^r^pMjP^.antities of "land waiting to be plantSä uuaer maize, and several other kinds of industry. I was invited the other day, by Mr. George Davies, the ownner of our little garden of Eden in South Lismore, and to my great surprise after the fearful dry weather it looks spleedid. The first thing attracted me ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

"WESLEYAN CHURCH. The Kev. W. GLASSON will (D.V.) preach . .at Lismore, on Sunday. 31st December, at ll a.m.and 7'30 pm ; afc Rosehill at 3 in the after noon. ? . , C' ? ? -: ;- -

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