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

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE Trill (D; V.) ' preach on- . . i _./_ 77 ? SUNDAY, 24th December.-At Coraki, at 10-30 a.m. ; Woodburn, at 3 p.m..

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

The Parliament. THE foHowing are the interesting portions of the Speech delivered by His Excellency the Governor, at the opening, of Parliament on Tuesday, the. 12th instant : 1. The unusual length of the last session of Parliament, and the inexpediency of mterfering unnecessarily, at a season when they most . require attention, with the avocations of those of your number who" reside in the interior, have prevented : me from/ calling you together at an earlier .period. ^ Apart *? from the consideration due to your convenience; the settlement of many important matters of administration, :and the preparation of measures to be submitted-to i voir, rènderedit difficult to- shorten the recèss. 2. I am gratified to be enabled to repeal the hearty congratulationswhichll offered to you at tho close of last session on the continued prosperity of tho colony. The expectations which had been formed of the public revenue have been fully borne out : and, although a¿ large portion of the increase ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Select Poetry. ROCK OF AGES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

Select Poetry; ;s ~J" ROCK OF ÂèES. "Rock of Ages, deft for me,'' Thoughtlessly-the maiden sung ; ! Pell the words unconsciously '"Promher girhsh.tongue; -7 - 3 Sang as Uttle children sing, , - ; / Sang as sing the birds in June, Pell the words like light leaves down - On-the current of the tunear-:. " <?-Rock of Ages, cleft forme, Let me hide myeelf in thee." V ^Lèt;me hidé.my^^ômim 'Pièe/'. ^Oj Pelt her soul no need, to hiele ; , Sweet her song aa sweet could be--^ ^ And she had. no-thought beside;" : T All the words Tuiheedingiy Pell from lips untouched by care, Dreaming not that they might be On some other lips a prayer-. " Rock of Ages, cleft forme, - - Let me hide myself in Thee." " Rock of Ages, cleft for me " r,t ' Twas a woman sang them how ; 'r.l Sang them slow and wearily-? / "Wan hand on her aching brow. Rose the song as stormi tossed hird, .1 Beats with weary wing the air,' Every note with sorrow stirred,- ._?>.. I Every syllable a prayer "Rock of ages, cl...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

CA ÄS S. .rr TO SHIPÎEÎlSv ?V^TANTED, CARGOES for SYPNEY: Mid MELBOURNE ? LOWEST FREIGHTS* JAMIES CALLAGHAN, JOHN PEREY, Auctioneer, CónimiBsion Agent, and Accountant, ALSTONVILLE. SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. PARTNERSHIP and OTHER ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. COMMISSION AGENTS, No. 53, Sussex Street, Sydney. TQIOR the SALE of every Description, of JJ STATION and FARM PRODUCE. N. B. - The HIGHEST MARKET RATES Guaranteed. Account Sales and Proceeds for warded immediately Sales are made. Empties returned per First Conveyance. $y Shippers constantly advised of MARKET PRICES. ADVANCE LISMORE! New Butchering Establishment« jAa BKY^LNT, MOLESWORTH STREET, l-ÇEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of * LISMORE and surrounding District that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS in the above Street, and hopes to merit a share of Public Patronage. Fresh and Salt Beef .. . ." 3§d per ïb, By the Quarter.... . ...... " .. 3d. per tb. v Sausages .. .. .. .. .. 5d per lb. ' ADVANCE LISMORE! Kew Baki...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PRAYERS WILL BE READ ON SUNDAY; DECEMBER 24TH, AT LISMORE-At 11a.m.; Wilsons.Ridges, at 2-30 p.m.; Woodburn, at ll a.m.; Coraki, at 3*30 p.m. ?... CHRISTMAS DAY. LISMORE,-At 11 a.m. ; Casino, at ll a. m. HENRY PORTER, B. A., F. R. NEWTON, Assistant Curate.

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International Cricket Match. (Abridged from the S. M. Herald.) THE THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

International CHcket Match. (Abridged from the S. MfWerüld.) i THE THIRD DAY. VTHE uncertain stake in which the game stood , at the close of the play oh Friday night had the . effect of attracting to the Albert Ground, on I Saturday, the largest crowd which had assembled j at any time during the match. , The day was cooler than either of its predecessors, there being a southerly T5reeie"' blowing, which acquired con siderable force during tlie . afternoon. The cricket generally..was superior to that which had been exhibited on Thursday and Friday, and the progress of the game was watched with the most interest by the enormous crowd of spectators, who became terribly excited as the issue of the match became more and more doubtful. The southern wicket was very bumpy, and placed under considerable disad vantage such as the New South Wales batsmen as had to defend their wickets against Hill and THyett. The light too during the last hour of was very. bad, and all in favour of the bowlers...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

BIRTH.   HARLEY. — At Tower Hill, South Lismore, on the 19th instant, the wife of David Harley, senior, of a Son ; both doing well.                 A LAUNCH. — We are informed that Mr. H. Yabsley's new steamer, the Beagle, was launched at Coraki, on Saturday last, and that everything passed off satisfactorily. Many Lis- more residents, including ourselves, were unable   to be present, in consequence of the arrival of the Platypus on that day ; but we hope to be in   a position to give full particulars as to the size, &c., of the new steamboat in an early issue.

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The Open Column. To the Editor of the " Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

The Open Column. To the Editor of the *' Nortliem Star" Sm,-As I dunno yer name praps you'll ex cuse me not writing it, but as I was a-saying tb my ole man last night-^" ole man ; I says ; everybody writes to them there, noospapers riow a-days, why don't you write somethrnk or other about the noo 'lectura! bull, and maybe the man what gets up the Nortliem Star w?R print it ? Well what does my ole man do, but he ups and calls me all the blaimdest old fools as ever the " RichmondRiver " perjooced, and went on at such a rate that I thou't the earth 'ud op'n and swaUer'im up-me write to a noospaper says he, arter he'd sort o' b'iled over and let the scum off. If yer a-turning a loonytick ole woman arter act'n like a sensible pusson all them years, why ye'd better say so an- i'le get a doctors suttifheut and have yer put in ' Tarban. ' Well that did upset me and no mistake, till I thout I'd a-gone off in them there hystricks, and if it 'adn't a bin for the little drop o' sumthink the ole...

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THE " NORTHERN STAR". LISMORE, DECEMBER 23, 1876. THE CLARENCE AND RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

LISMORE, DECEMBER 23, 1S76. THE - CLARENCE AND "RICHMOND. ACÖRRESP^^ an advertisement clipped from the" ' S.",M. Herald' of the 4th December, from which you will see how our district is ignored in Sydney, the sugar advertised having been grown on this River. This is not a solitary instance. I have seen notices of cattle at the Sydney show, from Tomki, "Wborawool gen, and other stations, all credited to the Clarence, and; no mention at all made of the Richmond. Now, this is" not just, and public attention should ;be drawn to the matter. The. folio wing is the advertise ment':--1^" ' ? .. r - - ' ' COLONIAL SUGAR. 640 Pockets Finest Yellow Counters. Just : landed, ex PLATYPUS, from CLARENCE., RIVER. T E. THRELKELD has received ^nstruc J-^« "tions to .sell hy auction at the City Mart, George-street, pk Wednesday, 6th .instant,^ at . ll o'clock,-640 ÎPockets Einest YellowX Counters. Terms at Sale. Referring to the above, we fully agree with our correspondent, that such things are not ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

SHIPPING. EOH SYDNEY. rpEE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER JL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S" STEAMERT PLATYPUS, JOHN MAGEE, Master, Will run REGULARLY between SYDNEY aud LISMORE, taking Passengers and Cargo, and affording a means of RAPID aud SAFE COM MUNICATION between this River and the Metropolis. , ® On and after the 1st DECEMBER, the FREIGHT on M ATZE will be reduced to Ss. ed. per BAG. JOHN WHITE, « Secretary. STORES. A. MD3ïiïtIÉ CHRISTMAS I AND V A HAPPY NEW YEAH, ! ! IN" OW ON HAND-T . Currants, at Bd. per lb. Muscatel and other Raisins, Orange and Lemon Peel, Jordan Almonds, Pigs in Small Boxes, Prime Dates, .Bottle Emits, Jams, Marmalades, Confections. Prime English Cheese, Ramornie Preserved Meats, \ Christmas Cards in Great Variety Quilted HAT COVERS-A .safe :Ptotßc tion from Sunstroke. apier STINDIiI3t£S protect tîiG' Eyes and Face, and are quite equal to an Umbrella. -,V. . * And à Large Variety of CHOICE and Seasonable GOODS too Numerous to enumerate'. 'GL LAEKIN, OElSTERAI...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

Local and General News. : / . '?' ?? ---- ' - , ; .;" CHRISTMAS.-We wish, all friends and readers tho compliments of the season. THE BALLINA REGATTA.-The Annual Regatta, at the above place, on Tuesday next, promises to be a great success, as we hear that the entries aro filling-up well, while the exodus of visitors from Lismore and other parts promises to be very large. We are informed that Mr. Mac kenzie's new steamboat, the Lismore, will leave Lismore for Ballina at 2 o'clock on Mon day noxt, and will leave Ballina, on her return trip, at 8 a.m. on Wednesday. The return tickets will be 10s., children half-price. At thc trial trip of-the> Lismore- on Friday afternoon, the machinery, manufactured by Messrs. Bell Brothers, worked very smoothly, while the boilers have been tested at a pressure of 130 lbs to the inch, and every precaution will be taken for the safety, comfort, and convenience of passengers. ^" ? WOODBURN RACES.-In this issue wo publish ¡ the eiiia-ances for the Maid...

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Lismore. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

Lismore. THE following letter respecting our little town- ship and its surroundings, appeared in the San Francisco 'New Age,' of 2nd September last :   In the Forest, 12 Miles above Lismore, June 24th, 1876. EDITOR NEW AGE-Dear sir and brother,- I now undertake to fulfill my promise to you, to write something from this section for publication, and not having Odd Fellowship to write of, I will resort to something of the descriptive of the country and surroundings. On my way here, I attended the Sydney Exhibition-or what we would call a State Fair. The building in which it was held was a good and substantial one, and well designed for the purpose, but not near as large as our San Francisco Pavillion or Me- chanics' Fair Building. Their cattle exhibit was one of the finest I have ever seen, and may well be pointed to with pride and pleasure. Of goods, wares, and merchandise, works of art, and mechanism, the preponderance was of American, though the Colonial exhibit was ver...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 23 December 1876

Too TETJE.-The little Cough, that makes a white lace handkerchief necessary round the throat, ÍB interesting at first, and only seems to call for unlimited indulgence in marsh-mallow or gum drops. But by-and-by the young lady finds her.elf too weak to care for dressing and going out, and her friends miss her from the parties. The word is, <{ falling fast, quick consumption," and the scènes that loved her, know her no more, forever. A lit le prudence, care enough to have taken a few doses of HALL'S BALSAM, and she might be enjoying the florious days of autumn, the gayest of the gay. 'rice 48. 6d. "Wholesale Agents.-MESSES. ELLIOTT BEOTHEES,' Sydney. [Advt. NOTICE. MR. GEORGE DAVIS is authorized to receive all PAYMENTS for Service ci the Welsh Pony BLANKET; and his Receipt will he a sufficient discharge for same. JAMES WEBSTEIt. South Lismore, 13th December, 1876. POR S ALE. 1 1 O ACRES of FIRST-CLASS LAND, -*-?-V_/ partly Fenced, with a never-failing Supply of GOOD WATER, ...

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A [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 6 January 1877

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The [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 6 January 1877

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NORTHE[?] STAR." LESMORE, JANUARY 6, 1877. THE STEAMER, BALLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 6 January 1877

Ltà^T^VARr O. 1877. THIS fine steamer arrived at .Lismore uu Tuesday last, after a quick trip from Sydney making the passage from Ballina, including stoppages for unloading, in a day ; and ai our visitor lay alongside tho landing-place, her smart appearance and spacious accom modation elicited warm encomiums from al I observers. The fact, that despite the silting up of the river-owing to the neglect of thi Marine Board, for years past,-a larg« i steamer like the above could run througl * j.'. - XSeilina in a day, without takinj I Kround, Bpealcs volumes for adaptability o I Lismore as a port at the head of navigation .; and of the »killful handling, by Captaii I' MAQBE, of the steamer under his command This gentleman has done much to devoloi tho traae ox u»^_ day is not far distant when we enau u to tender him some fitting recoguion f valuable services at various times, am offer sufficient inducements for a once s steamer between thia port and Sydnej do this, however, wo mußt be pre...

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Blood [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 6 January 1877

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