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

t-tlio sky- moroXcll brighter green, 11 T» ' | foliage, tliu 11 oworn a (Viore j i tlio bird a ping more sweetly)*1 i moon,'.Vnfl/Htnr's nil appear i! (Wis take bur .food with rel> I ever it may be it pleases*: butter for it--stronger and: ! fit for oxcrtion. Now what j i it' We arc .ill-tempered audi/ ..Why, there is not anythif; plcawo us. We. quarrel v. /with our dross, with our awe our companions, olid with thing comes light for us ; jL'i/J either too hot or too cold{/ ^5! damj). Neither sun, nor^i; I'linve any beauty, the fields^} I flowers ltistrousless, and ilj Wo move about like 60uiq;<! tlier loving nor beloved byra..^' V, I'OETOY.-Its great tendency and 1^1^, is to carry the mind beyond and abi beaten, dusty, weary walks of oJ life ; to lift it into a purer element^ breathe into it a more profound an o.'ons emotion. It reveals to ns (he ness of nature, brings biick the lr| of early feeling, revives'tliorel J simplo pleasures, keeps unqueni-luj enthusiasm whic...

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

Privateering. ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN writes in the ' European Mail-"What ia known as the Eastern ^Quegtion, in view of the contingency that wfer6S^S^^inay;j'ljerresoi'tod-tol must have a the colonies dispfavSrf%6Sll^f^'^^fejBo'jithV'®p3''8o'] come down upon them in a "way test their best means of defence to the | uttci-moat. Pluck and energy arc no good without weapons. No one doudts the pluck o£ a colonist. He will fight to the last gasp. *n^order, however, that he should fight with ; of success his means of defence v?1 " 4 h -* ~V< 0*2 rh 4 its This was' an evidence of , genu regard, and appreciation, -and, bored, was obtained, not by. any a lower tastes, but to the higher of persons who are popularly suppoa only for ' break-downs' and a libei of legs."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

/ggfesvya 3ft v . _ 1 tlii* «*-^tr.i , 1. V % ."'? " . /?! 1 <*99ftl35tS--rrTEe little CiagV, tKfit'ririrJta. .. TirMb», ?', ' Iaoa_.£a^$c<jjohi6f geossaaijt. ronptf- ii»o tiio-t, . itf ..-. foterestuajj at fliA.onJy' seenia to .call. for. ' i£ itniri&ihnllov ot 'gam di'Of)rtr '"'Bllt "by-antJ-'jy tlii vcuug ladr findd heraalf d,-.; too }i5c4k tci.oars for.;, dressing and going'out, and ' '. tar. \ jf#$a tti^.het i'rora. Al^e jjajities. 'the .word is, f falling .fast/quicTi coVwi^puon,"' aiid the Scenes tlaSfloVe-d Le'rj'JaivivTier ho liu/rc^forever. A lit lo pi-adei.ci!;'6as4 enougK takavotoken a few^osaaof ' tlALl/'%!?A.taAMt.;andi.Elio, might bo- enjoying the g-lprioug^ctayn 'olii antaurm, the gayest of, tlio, gay. frice 4s.'6(1.' -"Wholesale ' A'gentn.-MrssTiB. EiJLiort BnoniEiis,' Sydney. [Advt. Grateful-Comforting. EPFB'6 QOOQA .BREAKFAST., ?ern the^p^<nratiS^*of}S itiaoi\aSici1'- by *-. JJElfjJliM 'l«ri>Vided our breakfast tnl>tc...

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

CLARENCE RIVER , MAILS. A.RRIVE -Clarence River Heads-'Monday-and Thurs day, 0 a.m. : Iluka-Monday and Thursday, 7 a.m.' T Woodbum-Monday, and Thursday, 5 jvm.y and leavu' for. Lismore on .Tuesday and. Friday," 5*30 a.m. . 7: *.,fs Wyrallah-Tuesday and Friday, 8'30 a.m. . Gundurimhar-Tuosday and Friday, 10"15 a.nil Lismore-Tuesday and Fnday, 11 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

3^ OJR. SALB.,, K " . -*> 1KK.W ACRES :.«f aPiEKDnj'l^NDUafclthb. junction of, ,lbp-I?ISHEB."E. CKflES, 3 RIVUR,, ouCv'.and" "sf-lialj -niiIo£ ,xroiji V12; A ores' have1 tieotr" Clci^ed, 'arid" a >op obtained. The SOIL ia'admifabiy r the ExowtJi of SUGAR-CANE,'and. ii of a Practical Man -would , realise Its InndwjmeRoturu.-Fox^JPartioulard as to Tenon,'apply1 to - ''M. J. liEWiS, * . i 3JrtT,TiTNA. i . ?*'<. . 1 BAMS. WANTED.' *TED, a COUPLE pf TEAKS to draw PINK to the liiver bank at Qmiduriuzba. JAS. BRECKENR1DGE, . "YVyrallah. . y 9tli, 1877. Eg ? ; 3 OF THE LATE MRS; "MARY 1 JflltARD, LISMORE HOUSE, BIOH /''fMOND RIVER. v .PERSONS having^ | 'ftboycr Estate iiareT^tfeatcd^oV'seilL. ,jTAli^-.4ext,ad<^^4'-to.^Ki&;>E^ovdoraV ' ' 'T """ imba^ublic School: ?will be received until lot FEBTT for PAINTING the PUBLIC ILDINGS tit GUNDURIMBA; .Uttg and Fixing1 GALVANIZED &a.,, aiouud the abovo Building, apply to JOHN HARRISON, Soerotary to tl»e...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, January 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

Xateat Commercial. [BY TEUBORAM.} SYDNEY, IViday, January 19th. Messrs. XL-PuxbxiiY"-&'CO. report that maize -was selling thio day at '3s Od. per bushel; hide a, 3d per B>.; pigaGd la.;, bacon, 9d per lb ; butter, lOd. per lb; cheese 8d psr lb.; potatoes, £6 per ton ; Ibarie, £6 per ton. ..

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SYDNEY MARKETS January, 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

SYDNEY MARKETS January, 15, 1877. Hessra: H. PBIESTL.T and CO., 53, Sussex Street North, report as follows' Lucerne Hay, best quality, per'ton, £4; ditto inferior, £3; Oaten, Hunter' Eivor, good, £2 - 10s; ditto, inferior, £2; ditto, Hobart Town, £2 10a; Straw, ditto, £2 10s; Good Potatoes, imported,'£4 10s..; -ditto, Colonial, £4; Eggs, per dozen, Is. ; Fowls, por couple, 4a; Ducks, ditto, 5s, ; Geese, 6s. 6d. to 7s. 6a.; Turkeys, ditto, 4s. to 12s.; Calves, each, 15s. to' 30a.; Horns, per hundred, 10s. to 14*. ; Shank Bones, per cwt., 7s. to 8s. ; Tobacco Loaf, per lb., 4d. ; ditto,' Manufactured, Is. to Is. 6d. ; Steves, £7 to £8 per 1000; Pine, in logs, 7s. to 9B'.v2>er 100 feet; Shingles, in demand, 15s. to 30si -por 1000 ; Spokos, 10s. to 13a. per 100 j Sugar, Colonial, 26a. to 32B ; Maize, boat, por bushel, 2a. 6cL to 3a. Id. ; Odiona, im poited, per ton, £6 ; ditto, Colonial, £04 Flour, por ton, £13; Wheat, Adelaido, per bushel, 6s. ; ditso, Colonial, por bushel, Oh. 6d. ...

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Poetry. THE LOOM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

TIIK LOOM 01? L I F K.: m BY Ehkn 30. liicxFOUu. tday, nil night; I cnn hear tlio jar ho loom of life, and near and far irilla with its dcop and muffled sound, i tirelcsB wheels go always around. , ceaselessly goes the loom light of day-and the midnight's pels are turning early and late,' woof is wound in tliowarp of fato. Iaokl there's n.throad of love wovo ncl^'and another of wrongund Bin;: -1 v+hing w.'ll this life be, Ajn eternity! -ifc'-.v. a distance of two or tlu-oe'hundred yards from tho gipsy lent,-"now then, -make tho boat of your way in the direction of I yonder lights : *ilxey are only five miles ' distant. And take this flask with you. Remember, I .Iiavo done it for Zolle's sake!" .... It was high morning', ivliori, with a ! thankful heart, Steplion Drake reached the " Lord- Bodney" : publichouso and turned into" hod ; from which lie rose, but not till tho next day, a sadder and wiser man. He could not at all comprehend why he should have been 'so perilled; why or about...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. The Bo*. F, S0HUB3R, mil. (D.V.) say MASS st ?COJtAKI-On 'Sunday, tlio 14th January; . Xiiamore, on Sunday, the 21at; Casino, on Sunday, the 28th.

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Preparations in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

.aparations in Russia; ia> | rspapew bristle Tfitlf mtellijjeriee Ireparatios.' 'liife'1 Golbs VroporUi -twi> ^rge'TKnipp gutfe,' weigKmg each, Lfavo been despatched to and Nicolayeff. Special trains ammunition aid -war material are' .ve -nt CharkofF 'daily.- . Same jbf.. s go on .to-.Nicolayeff, others to ^ and Itostoff. . Tlio ; Imperial of. Communications has gtven'or.dera jlxay companies in the Empire." "to j'ir linqs at"tbc-.absolute..dii^gs&l^of amment. If re^ii^ed^iegqods vims. i emptied of-thek'cargoes-and jdhcIg I; at once formilifcary" purposes. pore tha.ii eighteen trains conveying 1:1':} run in the ..-twenty-four hours the fir traffic is ta'tte.. suspended aa , \vq1I j goods trn$ie., Otherwise passenger ''to \m Rbnitnned,* but ...So." j»a" xtot'tq ftdth the Government service. Tho on of' tho export of horseaw no. Li the Austrian frontier, but applies i the Prussian. Official notices to It have been posted at the Prussian . stations. The St. Snostii' affirms...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Bav. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D.V.) preach at LISMORK-On Sunday, January .14th, at 11 a.tn., ; Wyrallah, on Sunday, 14tli at 3"30 p.m. ; Coraki, on. Sunday 21at,. at 10"30 ' s-ro. ; Woodbtirn, on Sunday 21st, at 3 - p.m. ? . - ' . --c;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

rT^HE CLARENCE and ,RlGHMQ?0> RIVER J- -STEAM' NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAJMIili-). ,, '? ( ... ? ? « . ; JOHN MAGEE JMaiter,: ... ^ WU1 nm REGULARLY bofcwwm - SXJMTErr aud XJSMORE, taking Passengers and .Cairo, and affftrdlnjra manna of RAPTO-«tfdkSAPE: COM MUNICATION ?' 'between-^ taiis iRiver'' . aild ; the Metropolis. I®" On and nfter the' Lut ITECESfBER, tha FREIGHT on MA1ZIC will b« ftduoed'to«<v©d'.: per BAG. ? ; ? ? " v-r' JOHN WHITE,; . .*. -''' ' Becretftry. STORES. A MBBRIB CHRISTMAS I A HAPPY NEW YEAR ! I VST OW ON H ANIU (OurrantSj at 8d.:perlb. muscatel and .other Raisins, yrange and Lemon Peel, | or dan Almonds, %';!. ajT. *' To' ^ ?' lyr&xiu&lflrdoS)., Confections, . uno English Cheese, . " ia^aornie Preserved Meats, dariafcmas Cards in GreatVariety. th^e Very Hot Days^-"WHITE COATS, at 7s., will turn the Fiercest \ **?..<:.{? ! ? s. :0 < ail tod HAT C OVE^IS--A 6h£q Protec tion from Sunntroke. . . r , ior SUNBR1M8 p'...

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The Sketc[?] THE LUNAR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

THE LUNAlj'jfJ,| /)' i . Bv\:IvICIIAUIl A.U ii *'? ''! Tlion lie gavo them famouB moon-lionx, wl 1835. ' _ It-was; full of.-j.tl abBurditioB,. yet -jiooplo and o von iArago i a eai d j seriously as n thing, thai truo.rforMr; Horsciiol wor .notiflod him -of thoHo/: Vorics. .Tlio. writer of !. himself'to in veil t, nr/fc' borrowed lnf < bidTi -Nights/ .51 M « LfipiuiJktaSPtj 1 Holjiks (in 'The Poet nt. J ! Table."' , J IN one of the enrlient ninnV Millmi's Magazine," (lie Intf Morgan, in an article on £ ing, gave ti brief .icoonn'; J> "lunar hoax"-an instm\ trickery frequently v probably few an; s/<~' facts. De MorpfP^^ copy of the soro,*;; "" pamphlet. But tlio cr'o^ °s- %> lislied in riot easily i %u ffi of tlio . ' .tjgjift nnrrntix ?nn cciiiuS copy Lately , sold fq| Wto ^ tli at Arago Birerl.- and wondorB related Ivicoiiot wrote to plaining' tho trick; tlio story cannot bi Jot Jiifly.liavo prop; partly written it, b tlio p.iinplilot wliicii no astrondmo...

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Humour. NIGHT ALARM ON THE PACIFIC RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

NIGHT ALARM ON TII15 PACIFIC |V- RAILWAY'. K A.TI1KK a goodisli location, ain't it ? Says the guard, asSve steatu slowly out of the magnilieeni " depCt" at Chicngo, and sue on one side tho stately purade of noblo streets (with heru and there a grislj gap in testimony to tlio destroying sweep of the great fire) ranked along tho slope that overhangs the vast smooth expanse of Lake Michigan,".now all ablaze with the glory; of funset ; and on the other the grey unending level of the Illinois prairies, upon which those niediieval Con servatives \vho hi Id tlio world, to be flat instead of round, might boldly have rested Uio coirectnesH of their theory. Standing 011 tlio piati'orm of one of tliDFO splendid ''ipojace cars" which Iiuropo has beun'ieo'ftltiw' to appreeiato^Il survey tho str^ge.^/uiojaina ^ friond^tho'gufit^.'doftte^fe/ptffi^^yHu^ek f wb ; -\vi t h o u tim tho11 erta t &iij teiV; ^rUgling - liis% oratory, continusjs £toi' dilate . upon im American's favourite topic-th...

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The Naturalist. THE PIGMY SHREW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

:THK PIGMY SI3RBW. THIS is a curious little creature, fre quently called the Lesser Shrew, the Sorex pygmrous of naturalists. It is to the ordi nary mouse what the wren is to the spar row, and the snout and tail are of enor mous length in proportion to its diminutive body. The stiff-looking bristles, protrud ing from the droll one the notion oyhoi^h^^J^gjlwerijbprrowi'd or stoleiv?^roiniTfpine!1 neigtmouriHg- pfgvj the cow ,3, quite a harmless; lfs mouth is so small thatf^' fb1tfe'?\vould inconvenience the giver rather than the receiver. The great point in his favour is, that he is an insect-eating ani mal only, and persistency declines .all temptation, in the shape of grain, -bread crumbs, &L\ When searching for; a .new hunting-ground, he moves slowly,''Itecping hip-snout in a state of 'perpetual.activity, sometimes twisting it in the air in a most ludicrous fashion. My life as a girl in Ireland has been amused by watching the habits of shrew mice. They can climb, but not w...

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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 IIOW TO -? . .: DEAL WITH THEM. ACCIDENTAL POISONING.-When poison" has been accidentally taken, medical aid should be instantly Bought. As minutes may. bo of value, however, prompt measures may bo adopted .-in "those which must intervene until it arrives, and the following are recoinmendod In-poison ing from laudanum, opium, henbane, paro goric, sootliing-Byrup, syrup of poppies,-, bad fisli, poisonous mushrooms, poisonous .seeds or-plants, or indeed almost any vegetable substance, tlio first thing to. bo dono is to empty the ttomach with ; an emetic. This may bo made by mixing a tablo-spooni'ul of mustard or salt with' a cupful of warm water, nind repeating the. dose until thero is'free vomiting. ? In all narcotic poison the person should on 110 ac count be allowed to go .to sleep. - or-he may never wake. For nil strong ncids,'stich as oil of vitriol, muriatic, nitric, artd bxafic' acids, put an .'ounce of calcined magnesia into a pint of water, and take a win...

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

" Pitchy diirkmW has been no im| as to rend " liituminoits obscurity" "Belles" call n great ninny pi1 church. A TltYlNG Momknt.-"When y cont comes homo from tho tailor's. During nil examination, n lnerhri dent being uskod tho question. I?' does mortification sot in ?" replied jWlieti you pop, tho question and niro nrtwcied 'No.'" . The very J nut curiosity the papers is a wheel that came tail when it was a-wnggin'. 'J'" discovered it has retired from A prudent limn afiviscd his, vant to put up his money fa" In a fow weeliH. Iuk innBte^, lunch he had saved. ' <ut'$ \ said ho ; 'rit rained ycsUjriljJjl,. aniji ,V wont." * Af 'oJffuI f , } A reverend divine, preacher, being called fv^Ml^tfpidjj dlj\ for a sermon, asUcd u fflMip. wi^lv/? ' Biiouhl preach about; tn whicli tl,p coolly replied, " About live mini.. A woman lately nmdc a pound,j from tho cream o£ n joke, a»c_ from the milk of hitman kimlncr ADAM w.kined-A Scotclun examined by his minister, ? v " Whnt'kiiul of man ...

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Poetry. THE LOOM OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

ff cfrg. )THE LOOM OF LIFE. 1® - By .ICbkk K. RBXFoni). jBEday, all night, I can hear the jar fjfjjhe loom ot: life, and near and far Afl||iriIIs witli its docj> and muffled Bound, JAhe tireless wheels go always around, fc-f&ly, ceasolessly goes the loom j > T ^ flight of day and the midnight's f-K- .i; j ,-J . jiels ore turning early and late, t . . j woof is wound in the warp of fate. ^ ?, : Jack 1 there's a thread of love wove, ? - - sack I and another of wTongnnd ein;; oheoltered thing will this life bo,> ve see it unrolled in eternity 1 g'itli a face like a.mystery, Snds as busy as hands can be, j, - jjtlie loom with its warp outspread," 5 ineshes each glancing rshall this wonderful web bo doij/? nousand years, perhaps, or one ; ^morrow. Who knoweth ? ; Not you * i, " . ?? <>e whoolsturnon, >f|d-oycd Weaver, tho years are slow, ijfich one is nearer the end, I know. - , yisomc day the last thread shall -be tokko in, MMfrant it bo love instead of...

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The Novelist. STEPHEN DRAKE. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

fife STEPHEN- DRAKE. l3 ' " ' [CONCIAJDHD.] n'EltiMANN, one, wo may be sure, of sy^. aliases," re-entered. bringing witli' n\.young man, whom Drake mstnntly wtobe a person lie lmd seen before ; ,,,n or \vherc lie could not fortheinoment M to mind. He was about Drako's own j-yfeht and. make; but .considerably older sijhrco or four yours, perhaps-very good ?."Siting, and, like Maria's,. -j' $ .^.'JPBffi^jSBS^We^ffi61if1m3-cr6nver8ed 1 mcstly i 11 the gipsy dialect with Esther .tfjvinn. Otlic-r gipsies soon came dropping &J««HfVthere were eight grim, silent,Bmok 1 fxS'fiws assembled. Only the gipsy ?Vu.rid the young follow who first j . in conversed. They continued to do i (ind .seemed to bo angrily disputing ? ; hi each other. Drake remembered where . _tbad before seen the man. When the (J.vy coach, in which ho travelled from rjtoignnioutli-not BO fast as. did the moil- ? ' iyopped at -the " Saracen's Head," Sriow ; j|}ill, that wan was standing on tlie pave-; ujfjjont, closel...

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A TEXAN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

. f.TEXAN'S STOKV. 'IT ,was a calm, beautiful morning in. the . mpnt.ii of Octoberthat my friond Bob ,jyibrtori .arid .rnyself mounted our horses "and rode tip to, the north bank of the South Platte' on, a hunt after buffaloes. . The Platte River, at St. Vraiii's, makes a great bend-the rivei above the'fort "running, iihi'bst due iiortli, and turning almost due east atthofoo_t. '\Ve thought wo' would ride iip-"the river: a few miles, and then,' striking northwafd into the broad, open prairie, where "wo ehould bc most hkelv to find out game, return by a short cut across the. prairie to the fort; . ' .. We rode up the rivor until almost noon, seeing, niany...dcer and wolves-for. one could, hardly ride through this tall grass, W/mile -without soeirig them-yet as \vo were not looking after this kind of ; game, we paid no attention to them until nearly noon,;when, feoling somewhat tired: and hungry. Bob. who was an excellent shot, killed a fine buck ; and dismounting, we made a most deli...

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