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Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

Religions Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PRAYERS WILL BK READ ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 21st, AT- . LISMORE-At 11 a.in. ; Wilson's Ridges, at 2*30 p.m. ; Duck Creek, at 5 p.m. .; Casinv, at 11 a.m. and -7 "-30 p.m.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

SHIPPING INTELiIiIGKENCB. . IJIS^E O k, b. ARRIVALS. faJannary 13.-Ajjnes Irving, steamer, 400 'i.'liB, Captain Magee, from Sydney, via New i tie. Passe u gem - Mies Goll&n, Meagre, 'p; .^Cinnon, McKenzie, King, Master McKemde, fe^two in tho steerage. Tho Agnes Irving Sydney Heads at 10*50 p.m. on the S-3H; Newcastle, at 7'30 a.m. on the 11th; crossed the Richmond Bar at 4 p jn. on the 12th ; arrived at Iiismoro at 3 p.m. o i the 13th. Experienced Noith-oast breczs to Smoky Cape, from thence light Southerly. "Was under uasy steam thd whole of the passage. January 16.-Venus, Ainpliitrite, Rob Roy, and Bertha, schooners, from Synnoy. January 18.-Bertha, schooner, frcm Sydney. DEPARTURES. - January 16. - Saucy Jack,' -schooner, for Sydney.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, January 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

^LATEST TELEGRAMS. * {From <A« Auttralian Aucciated Pr«».) ?>, Sydney, January 19th. The Assembly has passed the remaining clauses of the Customs Bill.' ; > '.The Municipalities Act Amendment Bill ?:hfts passed 5, second reading. On Wednesday last, a scene.occured in the. {.House between the Members for Orange and A Wellington, and the galleries were cleared. The debate for the second reading of 'the Electoral Bill is fixed for Thursday next. ,>''The Customs Revenue for the past three months shows a slight increase on the corres ponding period of 1875. A serious case of . illness, supposed . to be the.small-pox, is reported 'to the .government to have broken out on board the Commodore's ship Wolverine,, yesterday, the vessel - was placed in q\iar&tine,- and considerable alarm exists as it is .believed a number of ladies and ; gentlemen attended a ball given on board on Wednesday night. ^ The house formerly occupied by .the if Holden family was destroyed b...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

3 A L 2j X NT A * ...'. . } .. r ARRIVALS. -January 13.--Fmma Jane, schooner, from JBySn^^r - < ' Jaimafi^ 15.-Atlanta, Rob Roy, and Storm I&ng, acho&nersjr from Sydney. - '^DEPARTURES. January. 18.-Agnos Irving, steamer, for Sydney. A correspondent writes,-The barquo Samuel Morritt wont ashore on the J6th "instant, near'the Summer Rose. Mr. Jerrett is likely to^ get the Brilliant oify-himug got the right man in-the right plade*

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WAR PREPARATIONS IN RUSSIA AND TURK[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

WAR PREPARATIONS IN RUSSIA AND TCJRKI / , I London, November i 5th-The ' Stani^ Vienna special says-Tlie force..which B. will mobilise in accordance -with" thb . r? ordinance, nnmbers 195,292 infantry, 26 c&lvary, 624 rifled breech-loading cannon. Berlin despatch saya-r" Preparations t bgen made for the concentration Russian army o£ >he "Viatultt, .which is tc j reinforced by the Imperial Guards." Tl/ is reason to believe that Russia will.ca | next year's contingent of reoniits, num? 200,000, immediately, instead of waitin April. The ' Globe' states that all IT companies in, Russia are ordered to' their linos at the absolute disposal <]j Government. Large - hospitals are' established and physicians in. tTio t .Russia have been invited to enter; tli The Rothschilds are said to have fl to advance Russia money. The IJ not bo made publio. Russia's contW said, on change, to be so favourabW Rothschids can easily dispose ? privately. ' Torpedoes have been, placed'.^ p...

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ENGLISH TROOPS TOLD OFF FOR SER[?] London, November 16[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

ENGLISH TROOPS TOLD OFF FOR SSIFE London, November 16® ; iNI The'Globe,' this, evening, announ©-f it hears from a trustworthy source tnJ battalions of infantry, 7 regiments "ca^ and 80 guns, have alrfeady been^old g. first British force for the^'East, Tfi. Government consider tjujirservices. neojp for protection of BritjsE". inter eats- . ||> Soldiers on furlough: in Ireland hav&^ ordered-to join theijr regiments. Allfurll^9 are tcmporarily.juspended. The authors® of. the Davenport Dock -Yard have rocefy" orders to prepare the irojnclad turret sft?* Cyclops; and Hydra for. immediate service. Great activity prevail# in.WoolwliP ^ Arsenal. An imperative order - was iss'ff yeiterday tbat the production of rifle ii cartridges be increased to two millions week. London, November. 2 2nd The ' Pall Mall Gazette.' . Standard,|!1 other Conservative journals express comp* distrust of the Czar's pacific-. assurances,! expressed to Lord Loftus, British Embasstl to St. Petersburg, in h...

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Probability of War. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

Probability, of War. We 'Grafton Argus,' January.,12t) from the English Newa, via SanFi the following stirring itemsA We are i to Dr. J. G. Smith, formerly of Graf! a copy of the Auckland 1 Evening Sfc turning the news.

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CONSTANTINOPLE TO BE OCC[?] BY ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

CONSTANTINOPLE TO BE OCCCIIED ENGLAND. ? - ? The 'Financier* states 'editoiiSlj-1"TV; can state very .confidently 'the;wane tb i/ British Cabinet has resolvedupoc 'i invades Turkey. In suoh a case i army corps will occupy Constantino}!! defend it againBt all attacks. ItintiW.il that not more than 25,000 troops anted and British ' igineer officers are ire] making iiwvfor a thorough the Turkish 'Capital." The . Finaucigj -" England's object is not to partic jyi war between Turkey arid Russia, fight out their quarrel whether in Europe, but to protect Constantinople 1 Dardanelles from seizure by Russia. ]f would simply hold Constantinople in ft temporarily on behalf of other*powers a world at. large, and as soon as a noutrai^i was formed on the Bosphorous, or auch'o? arrangements effected as Europe may mately determine upon, for the wardens! the Dardanelles, England would '"wi' withdraw."

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A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

A CHANCE. To ourselves, being now arrivals in the j district, it appears passing strange that with a good growing olimate at all. times-even in the dry season, provided that water be conserved and .tho crops irrigated,-and. with thousands of acres of the finest land under the-sun only waiting to bo properly ticklcd with a hoe to laugh out into a merry harvest,-in this town, at present, there is hardly any fruit to be had for love or money, while any enteiprising person arriving here with a large quantity of pota toes, vegetables, fowls, eggs, butter, cheeso, milk, &c., would 'realise well, and confor a great benefit on the community. It may be a glorious thing, in years to come, to be handed down to posterity as ono of the pilgrim fathers of the district, but having. a liking for the good things of life, .we would rather discard that honor provided that we' could obtain some of tho common necessa ries of everyday life, and not be obliged to fare as roughly as people do on sh...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Lismore Police Court, WEDNESDAY, 10TH JANUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Erq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

l4?2xiore Police Court, WEDITESDAY, 10TH JANUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Erq., P.M. * Slaughtering licenses were granted to the following personaWilliam Webster, sen., ~ Tuaatal; Jamca .Bryant, Xasmore ; Charles Thomas, Wyrallali; Benjamin King, Lismore; William Johnson,! Johnson's Bidges. Michael Conneii v. George Muter.-This vraa a case of assaiilt, and after hearing the evidence, the Bench found the - defendant, r guilty, and ordered him to pay a fine of £2.,*- ^ and costs. ' ' " - i :-f

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Miscellany. CHEERFULNESS AND MOROSENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

i CIIKIUCKULNKBS AND MOROSI£NK8SH I nre cheerful v-unil contonlorl, nil ' smiles with us ;Mhe air see:us more ! tlio sky more c\par, tlio ground. I brighter green, thfevtrecH have n^_ I foliage, llm flowers a (nore nine | tho birds ping more sweetly, and tli u kv I njoon,''ahtT'Htnr!) nil appear most beautifi We take our .food with relinh, and win ever It' may be it pleases uh. We fV better for it-stronger and lovelier, a: fit for-exertion. Now wliat happens to if we are'ill-tempered and discontented .Why, "there is .not anything which c, please: .us. _. Wp quiirrel with our fo(j witli our dress, with our amusements,. our companions, and with ourselves. l|j« thing comes light for ub ; the weather J .either too hot or too cold, too dry or tl damp. Neither sun, nor moon, nor Rt| have tiny beauty, the fields are barren, y flowers lustrousless, and the birds sileS ?We move about like somo evil spirit, njjj ther loving nor beloved by anything. . POETRY.-Its great tendency atnTpur is to c...

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EVERY-DAY AILMENTS, AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

EVERY-DAY AILMENTS, AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. Headache.--This complaint is tlje result rather than the cause of constitutional disturbance, and will disappear with re turning health.' There are several kinds of headache, which require treating dif ferently according to their nature. The usual headache, sick or bilious headnchc, often arisen fron.'.neglect ,of diet and the laws of health.' The common practice of* flying-at once to aperients cannot besufli ciently deprecated, as though these medi cinta may relieve for a time, they only confirm the .disorder. The right tiling is to study the diet, and take such food only as will suit the digestive powers, together with exercise, daily bathing, and regular liourij.' With young people it will gene-: rally bo found that fruit freely partaken of will be the boBt of all medicines. . There are. numerous palliatives to .headache. Atuongsl. these may bo mentioned a brisk . walk, a cup of strong coffee, bathing the temples with .vinegar and co...

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The Sketcher. THE LUNAR HOAX. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

- ' j DUNAK HOAX;1 ' .' ' ' . [CONTINUIID.] .. XHB iioxt atop towurdH the climax', brings us to domestic animals, "good.large'sheep, ? which would not hnvo disgraced the. fnrriiB of Leicestershire or tho shambles of Lond on lmll Marketwe fairly" laughed at the recognition ol so familiar an acquaintance, in so distant a land. Presently they ap peared in groiu numbers, and,,on red.ucing. tho lonwuB, we found them in flocks over u, gruat part of tho valloy. ' I need hot say ' how desirous wo woro.of liiiding shepherds to these Hooks, and ovou 'a man with blue, apron and, rolled- up BJeevcB' would have lieen a avuK'OHIO sight to lis, if/iiot' to J tho"' bliL'bp but they-fed in-peace. lords of thoir own pnHturos,' without either protec tor or destroyer, in humaiv shape. : j In the meantime diHousfflon had arisen as to tho hlnar locality whore men, or oroaturuH' resembling them; would most likely be, found.. Ileisehel1 had a theory on tho subjuet^-vir,., that just wliMo tho haluiicing- 01...

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The Family Circle. LITTLE ACCIDENTS, AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

LITTLE ACCIDENTS/ AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. . DROWNING.-Lay. the patient on IIIR face, with,one arm under IUH forwlieml, Hint uny liquid-may flow from his mouth. , Wipe away, froth from liifi, throat and nostrils. .Turn him on. ilia sido, and endeavour to exoitof inspiration; by .applying , snuff, pepper, or omulling-salta ; alternatively rub his.cheat and face to. promote warmth, , and throw, hot and cold water Upon thorn. If theso measures aro:not successful, turn 'him gently, but completely, On .one side,' nnd a little beyond, tlion towards Ills face and repeat those movements'alternative, delibcrutively, and porseveringly fifteon times in a minute. Continue thein for hours ifneecssaiy, and mourn time'rub .the . limbs upWarda .'nimly ;and, jenorgeticauy, i and tear off thp, wet clotheBj substituting j blankets find warm coverings. This is all that can be immediately done. # . SPRAIN'S.-If a. sprain is nothing more.: than a sprain-that is, if MO:bones Hie broken or put out-wrajj ...

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Agriculture. FARMING AND THE YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

FARMING AND THE YOUNG. The following: is n synopsis of a lecture delivered by-E. J. "Wickson of the Pacific -Rural": -ErBga--<Mi--.u Agriculture. ,nnd ^he. Young.Men,:"-" V V - " : ' In all'agricultural communities there is "regret 'tliat' llf^young meii are disposed to abandon -the industry of their futliers. The flight of the youth from tlie.fami liasjbecoine 80 trite a thing~tliat it lias lost its standing aa a Hubject for artists; and verse-writers, and is.regarded with; real apprehension by all those..who- consider the welfare of agriculture in this country. In the older States of the Bast, the disposition of the young men to. forsake the culturo of the soil is more marked than inouryounger and more vigorous commonwealth ; but even here there is an alarming tendency mani fested to forsake honourable productive arts and embark.in a flood of adventures which are of but little benefit to the com munity at large, and still less to .those who pursue them> ! It is for t...

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Poetry. ON THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

'if ,'H^P . ;? - . * f'l r . ON THE 111 V Eli. I down the current of the rapid river, Our swift boat' glides this autumn WSSl/t moonlit eve, i ') Tho lights upon the waters gleam and' quiver, , . ' '* *4^6* OUT course illume- and then in darkness ieavo. , ? . " .'i The dripping oar-blades rise with mo ."X tion steady, l "And fall again to cleave our.onward ''it-M way";'," . . ?. . The*waters foam, arid dash, and whirl, nnd The night win'ds rise, and Hoftly f y. ; ? round us play. ft 4.;r , Weird'autumn cloudlets nt,\ar the round </ I"' moon ranging, ' , . . . } l'lay,triqkH fantastic with their light !. .3 and shade, . I ;9.:'--Bat God's /w-liito stars shine dowhjon || usunchiiuging , [i . ?.. From His blue zenith where they | Vil , fol..»t nor fade. L This autumn even, oil nivj'distant lover, H. . Ijifo's current hears nio swift and far : 'itw ' from thee ; j«g S/'TU waves dash high, its lengthening atp |||| ? 4 shadows hover . 1 llf? J&i' ' Like evil omens dark ...

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REMEMBERED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

11E Mli MB UK 13D. &y>cr ft morn behind the mill, When blackbirds sang ..i&nd sheep-bells rang [iff, mid nil things else were still But tho rising bream In tho pictured stream ! Ibe noise of wafcor about tho mill. I nncmbor a maid in her sweet youth, Whoso gentle days In villago ways Vero passed in simple works of truth ; Tlio Kuiutners day fefiXjtepod fast away fSrlfflBn,n 'ovu> 'n a time of youth. ! t'lir. Weier tho spring in garb of green, " light lioartglee . ;)j)t$frt came to mo . /)C my love at soventeen ; .Mfdl^'ugh that wont , CikD;;^vo(idland scent uv> time on tho daisied green. id .Yfinftft'It/know the days are Bpont, \'W luye was lost "Wlion enmo tho frost At Hummer's close of my content Yet soma joy stays In winter days, Mid brings its'joyous complement. ' %

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The Return Cricket Match. ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. NEW SOUTH WALES FIFTEEN. Sydney Friday, January 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

The Beturn Cricket Match.. " .AXITENOJLAND ELEVEN V. NEW SOUTH - WALES FIFTEEN. Sydney Friday, January 12th. The return match was commenced to-day. The All-England eleven won the toss and .tc.the wickets. 'bSpofforth ...; Chsrfwood, rurc&&*. .<*20, > Emmett, run out,-.... fjr Greenwood, b Spoffoi^^.*?K<§9hiJS«i^S&®'S!t Pooley'b Spofforth Solby, c Tindall, b Evans 1. Ulyett, stumped Murdoch, bSpofforth.. 0 liUlywmte, c Tooher, b Evans ...- 2 Southerton, b Spoffortli 2 Shaw, not out .. ^ 7 Sundries 0 All out for 35

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[?]EPARATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

IP^J^VEPARATIONS to da, aad.tih&t is tho<*u80of hiareeignatioii. tt is currently reported that the Hon. Saul feamael -will'seek the suffrages of the electors of 'Orange and' his chances of- success axe considered.-very hopeful Mr. Furlong who formerly represented' the 'electorate is a candidate, and Mr, "Walter Cooper's name has also been mentioned as a possible oandidate. Mr. Samuel is considered to have the best chance.

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NEW SOUTH WALES—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES-First Innings. O. Bannerman, b Lillywhito ........ 22 Eyani, c Ulyett, b Lillywhito 9 D. Gregory, b Shaw 9 Murdoch, b Sliaw . .6 Spofiorth, b Shaw :.... 10 Thompson, b Einmett 3 Seale, b Emmett V Powell, not out. 14 Garrett, not out 0 : it . '*? K-f; treated with quinine, the danger . . individual -will ha reduced to a y. and, the risk to', the community wir^l very much abated) and this ' bugbe j is now frightening us out of our pu<l these colonies, will come to be locd f<# on closer inspection, as old Chauc?T^ ' Fear thou dwarf in giant's clothes. frightful at a distance, but whe brought face to face with it, it dw insignificance.' .; " I admit it would be a calamity pox to get into the poor and thick. ' ted parts of the city, jand the autrjrAlJ bound by every means in their po1 * < it out. But if, ill the order of $7 the disease should get amongst c that in quinine we have the mo%;mu<ui means of subduing the virulence o '...

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