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AMERICAN SYMPATHY WITH [?] London, Decem[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

mm ly£f^v " Tlid,"B»lM^'c(wrfe^K&SSi^dlfet! aayu-General surprise is felt at 11 delivered to the Czar, by. Bator, thfl Minister on his return;, i from -|!* States. The address expressed-tL/ of the United States for the G ' Eastern policies.'

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "NORTHERN STAR". LISMORE, JANUARY 20, 1877. THE ELECTORAL BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

THE " NORTHERN STAR".' LI SHORE, JANUARY 20, 1877. . - ..9 THE" ELEQrOEAL BILL. Apparently" beUoviiig in the Baying, ask, and yo shall receive, our Clarence River friendB, tlirongh their representative), Mr. BAWDEN, promise to bo well to the fovo dur ing the present Parliamentary session, with a Petition to out "off the upper portion of the Richmond River electorate, and add it to the Clarence, with the object of securing three members for that electorate, as against one for tho Richmond. "Whilo we do not blame Mr. BAWDEN, or., our Clarence River -frionds, from lookin&^tfcr.tjieir own in terests, we muBt, at tli^jtia^^f^^iBuy, that tlie residonts of thilji .'^teA^ aro Equally bound to protect theiry^nd, qii theirNb.ehalfc we must protest again being carried'into effect, and callupdn'thoBe. persoiiB who have had greater experience in ? the district tliun ourselves, to express their opinions thereon, either in public meeting, or through the-Press. It appears to-us that this cu...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

Local and General News. PUBLIC MEETING.-Iu consequence of the small attendance at the meeting called {or Tues day afternoon last, it was deemed advisable to postpone the name until Monday evening next, as per advertisement; and as many questions of great importance to the district in. general have to bo discussed, it is to be hoped that all those persona -who are desirous of advancing the in terests of the Banie, will put in an appearance. Such questions as,, the state of the Punt, the making of the~roads, the building of the Court House and School of Arts, the Electoral Bill, and other matters, should not be left fer diacus tion by two or three gentlemen only. It has been stated that tho people of this district have lost heart by the failure of their efforts in times past, but as there are now hopes that under the new order of things-such as proper Parlia mentary representation, &c.,-that the wants of the district will be better inot, they should take heart, and again put t...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fun. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

-r* " m ' . . . "~7 'HflMrp AN old .author quaintly romarUiti-5*jfci;p " Avoid argument with ladios. : -In liing yarns among 8II.K8 and SATINS, ai is sure, to bo worsted lind twisted.".- J. wlicn a , man is worsted and twisted, may consider himself wound-up/' ;l';' J; A'. PAKSKN'QKR in.a sailing - packet complaining to an oldsalt" tjijit-jie; so sick he couldn't koep anything- on stomach, when the -sailor exclain "Can't' keep :anything on. yqur sTDMMjl you jest try a mustard plaster,^ aricS THAT, don't' stick I'll. standrgrog.floras hamls from here to the Iiijies." I A YANKEE countryman took ari eig® gallon keg to n shop to have it filled wg molasses., Tho storekeeperdecVaredtlS ho had .put in TKN gallonsl and deinand|.( pay accordingly.^ The c6untrymari handS|fi r; it over,'.-.with-" the - ."remark." that" lie didi|£ mind the money so much as strain on tlio precious old keg I" ' 1o3 A MAN was snying in company that 1 ji: had seen a juggler placo a ladder, in < ground, up...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellany. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

SrHcrittm ' ANAI.YSIS.-Tlio ; surpiiHsiiig delicacy of its researches, when applied to astronomy, may bo estimated by , otic or two'facts connected with Siritts. Iii tlio first place, it must bo borno in mind that oven the brightest star, which is .not a member of the solar system, when viewed through a powerful telescope, eeenw to cinit its light from a single point,-.without sensible magnitude, like the disc of 11 planet. .. This limited amount of light, which is always travelling from enBt to west, i has to be kept stoadijy upon a line Blit, riot more, than one three-hundredths of an inch in. width by meaiis of nicely ad justed, clockwork. This faint light has to be yet further weakened by being spread out.into, a.binid. The air also produccs' unsteadiness and. dickering. Yet, with all these disadvantages, ;thq spectrum of tlio stnr Sirius has been photographed. ., Al though the magnitude of Siritis is,'pro bably sixty times greater than that of our sun, its, immense, distniico ....

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRACTICAL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

I PRACTICAL RECIPES. WIIITR LIP SALVR.-Oil of ahnoinds, spermacctti, white wax, and white sugar cnndy, equal parts of each. To MAKH PICCALILLI.-This consists of all kinds of pickles, mixed and put into ono largo jar ; gherkins, Rliced cucumbers, but tou-onions, and cauliflowers broken in pieces. Salt them, or put them in a largo hair-sievo in the stin to diy.for throe days, then scald' them in vinegar for a few. minutes ; when cold put tliom together. Cut a large wliito cabbage'in' quarters, with tlio outside leaves tiiken off and cut fine, salt it, and put in the" sun to dry for three or four days ; then seakl it in vinegar, tho same as cauliflower ; carrots three parts boiled in vinegar, and a little bay-salt; French bean's,"radish pod!), And nasturtiums all go through the same process as gherkins capsicums, &c. To one gallon of vinegar put four bnces of ginger bruised ; two onncu of allspice; half an ounoe of chillies, bruised; four ounces of turmeric; and ono pound of tl...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humour. A RAINY SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

i, A,. It AI N.V ..SUNDA Y. J J A rainy Sunday is ft decided relief to-a man ,who works hard throughV .the week, and is indifferent to Inn religious rospprisi-; bilifcy. . So whon Mr. Cobleigli',; awoke, sleepily and regretfully at 'his , .regular, hour Sunday morning, and hoard the dash of the rain and the "soughing o£ the wind, and saw how dark; and, dismal everything appeared, he lioayed a nigh, of relief that, awoke his wifo. Mr. Cobleigh was grati fied through apd through. -There,'vws 110. going to ..church. Ho could lip there until, he felt inclined to get up, oven if it was not till lioon. Lying on his back, -staring at; the ceiling, and feeling as if every nerve and organ in his body were" repos .ing in a seven hundred dollar easy chair, Mr. Cobleigli soon became awiirfe that tho plaster above him was dissolving into. . vapour which rose in the form of an arch. 'Froiii this slowly tumbling and 'changing muss of cloud emerged,old men, with long flowing beards, and dressed lik...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LETTER "J." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

THE' £ETT E R " J. Mil THOMAS GEOPKKKY MAYNEK, a haiid-, aome young solicitor, just three-and twenty yours of age, sat' in liis oflice,_ in ono of the great Western American cities, with n letter before liiin, fi;om his father:-. " MY L)kau BOY,-In liny last, written from Naples, I informed you'that I'spoil marry. I have married.' You wish to know something of, my . wife. Tluit' isi , natural.. She is an American ; w'H a widow. Husband's name ; u'iis [jliilie. Her maiden name was* Fulnome-Floy. Foleonie.. You have, heard of the, Fol somes, of Virginia.?'V An old fiunilj','' and a good one. : Floy was very young, arid very fair. Has one: child, a daughter. Floy has brought me a very; solid' fortune. Her child is also very' comfortably pro vided for.. I met Floy in Berlin ; joined her partytravelle.d with her ,n month ; married iier in Florence.' We immediately nailed for home ; landed at New York on. Friday,, and to-day (Sunday) I write tliis. from my wife's country place. Now, my de...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

TIIK OrtltL OF'THE L'EUIOD. . She wore.a roundiiatpnt upgii tho back of her hood liko thcr surcole fc^'tho- saints, tb wlioiir her sweet face gave her an appear^ an<:e of 'kindred. Her bodice was' close littiiig-indeed, drawn tight about ' the waist,, like tho burk of a young' tender treel ' Her scant si irt; pulled tight in front sp; ns to'show her form, and " tied back," terminated beliindin short fan-like tail,1 like thb tail of a mermaid. Sim win mounted, oii shoes seven iiizeH too siimU'for hor 'fcct -indeed, . only ho'r toes appeared to.linve acoptnmodation ' in iliem ; and the high' heels coi'fiing under tho instep tilted her forward'.aiid completed the \gnico' of her carringe.V Wlicn she walked she put down ono little' fo'ot after tho other as if each log were as. el«Ktii> (is nn mm rod: It 'was a £reat pleiiHurtT'tp^seo lief';stepping along, a thing of* pQrfbet.'lidautj'', liko somo of tho drawings of'some mythological bipod by one of the old ihastfirfl. . , ....

Publication Title: Northern Star
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THE DISCOMFORTED DEMON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

TflEiilijtSG^iFGKTEp DEMON. *.-*. I never clehfrly knew why Ivisitod the ; pld ceinctery Hint flight. Perhaps it was to kqo how.1 the- work of removing tlio bodies :"jvfts getting oil, for they were being taken "up and carted, tuvay to ft mora comfortable place, . where, land is less valuable. It was well enough ; nobody had buried himself there for years, and the skeletons that were ?? now exposed were old mouldy aifairs foiv wliich .it was difficult to feel any respect. However, I put a few bones in my pocket as souvenirs. The night was one-of those black, gusty;'oneB in March, with great inky clouds driving j-apidly across tile nky, t pilling ' down sudden showers <»1; rain .which. aa tudden would cense.; ,1 could barely see my .way .between the empty graves, and. in blundering about among the coffins I tripped and, foil head long. ? ,:A p.eculinrluugli at.my pide caused mo to turn.,my: head, and -I; saw. «t titir gular old, gentleman .whom .I had- often noticed hangin...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Curious Incident Near [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

A Curious Incident Near yfjl ;hh A VERY curious incident is recordeu'-uj ' Burrangong Chronicle' sa having. ocM at the sole of some effects receutly di of wifhin a few miles of Young. For time the deeds of some property conoer house and premises, and about a hi acres of land were mislaid, and could discovered. It was supposed that ihey^ irrecoverably lost, and application was at the Registrar-General's office in Sydn a copy of the missing documents, porsons . interested were unable, howe given satisfactory description of the pr< and the consequence was that - their a tion was not successful for the Bimple/r: that they could not accurately descriU property conveyed. The family was r possession of it, however, and did noti-: feat any further care in the matter. V jtho-d^-th of the surviving parent, ^vhicll :ri^^rBeSatlyr,tho children began to i uifco^the matte^^ found. "TTH8lif!u{mtiU^;:?}Wi wliich was an old HbTSaijt&i an ale cask, woll p.addedlSF^l almost, by the ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Novelist. [?]LD ABEL'S MILLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

MJ ABI5I/S MILLSTONE. IDR&L 1 * I.U* MAUI AS 'NOHTIICOTT. UNnr.nsTANl) mo, Abel: both my fath mnd myself are perfectly satisfied with amount, already paid.U . Mail); thanks to you, sir, for the say ii{o£it; but nothing short of tho full jra will satisfy me. At tho tirao (oight ars ago next uiiddummnr) it, was rock , at a hundred and fifty pounds in iiiiSfol numbers. I ineanto pay it every ing, pleaso Heaven Iilive long enough, itio at'ore, I hopoPolIy'lI keep up tlic; lout rog'lar." jut really, Abel,, I don't like taking money. I am stiro, thoso, payments ripple you terribly.'! !*;>/5 IJk'V'or you mind that, Mr. Baker, ju ai.j.-Bka I fool something,on ay conscience oia Willi in worse than hunger or pold, and n't be easy until I've paid you all. five pound ton, sir ; not BO inu'oh UiflCih'jst half! year, because of Polly's ill n the spring ; but I hope to: make it next t'uno. If you enter the sum in 100k, and add it' up, you'll; find it ninety pound." .. , , . ' luioty pou...

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The Man with the Brooms. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

-?T J T6® Ibm th« Brooms. Ons-of the old fxnen who go from bouse to S^use selling Jcwo shilling brooms is a veiy ftne old mfltfi, and he hits "odd streaks? yunning through him. Ho dosen't seek to enter a house by the front door, but softly and quietly slides around to the side door to greet the servant girl. "No brooms to-day 1" she calls out as she opens the door. '* Ah | my dear, but I have no brooms to sell. I have a love-letter for you." ij'iX She pricks up her ears .at that, swings j\yjpen the door and he walks in and sits down. " Ah-why-ah 1" he ejaculates as he : .( feels in his pockets for the letter. " Ah, I " . now remember. The gentleman was going >jto htmd it to me, "but decided to mail it, : /J fearing that I might deliver it to the wrong .r lady." ^ y o " What*>rtraf a looking man 1" she asks. dear, you rogue you I Just asasjsbfewasn'fcaj^fect gent, with a diamond ..M". VU'.i ./'AVV -V ' '1 'don'fekno^jSny!ra^B^^^^^9i but the old .chap . .-<y " Ah ! yo...

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WEDNESDAY, 17TH JANUARY. Before H. S. Elliott, Esq., P. M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 20 January 1877

WEDNESDAY, 17TH JANUARY,     Before H. S. Elliott, Esq., P. M.   Several young men charged with bad   behaviour in the public streets, were brought   up, and bound over to keep the peace.'       Robert and Patrick Bugden charged with assault, were fined £3 each, with costs. A charge against the same persona of   entering the enclosed lands of George Nixon without lawful-excuse, was discharged.       They were also bound over to keep the peace towards George Nixon.   A slaughtering license was granted to Charles Stanford, Lismora,  

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Christmas "Ads." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

? - " Christmas.?-*. AdsJ"-;>.-?<?* .THE ' Telegraph * says, arid, we/wish"''wp; could, ' confirrn the statement-fTraa^meni' always feel bound' to gb in'exte^iv^ely for" advertising" about' 'Christmas^ time-^" ipgaj'd less pf expense,".and the natural conscience is .that newspaper readers' haye ,to be'/ put upon short commons to allow advertisers '. tho necessary space to show that their" i*esp^tiye' Christmas goods we better than .cari be r had anywhere else in town. ;"The ' D. I). ^Gaaette,*'" like ourselves,' is ; ''troubled ""yíith k'^viery' liberal supply of " ads,"*^its'.issue'of Wedncs-, day consisting of six pages) five and a half .of'' which, were made up of ádverüsemeiits,' "arid this is how the editor " growls^'about the ^fact:-"Owing to a pre?s ' of advertís in fact it is coming, to. tliis, that wé shall, have to throw'rip the busbies if peopÍe'*come. hustling their advertisements in at. the^i-ate' thoy are doing. Tho gênerai , jip^i-eciatíonSit, the fact t...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. January 19, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

? -.SÏDNBY . MAHKHTS. Messrs. íí^-^0^FW^^^o-> **3' Suss!ox P^àj^m^^Sâ^por ton, ,£4 ; ditto ~* acw^.f^çtoii,,,< ' " Hunter River, "good. J&^i¿9,* inferior, £2 ; ditto, Hobart miS&'túa ; Shaw, ditto, £2 10s ; Good Jo'oa, imported, £4 10a. ; ditto, Colonial, "^Vs, per dozen, ls. ; Fowls, per couple, .^faa^Bs, ; Goeso, Os. Od. to 7s. 6d. ; io 12s. ; Calvos, each," 15s. to 5 , , S*«i^*«to Us. ; Shanie ??<.', ' Ibaoco Xieaf, per

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The Return [?] ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN [?] WALES [?] Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

ALL-ENGLAND ELEVIN \ í ;\P$U « " " ' fit* J* I WALKS ELHJ ^ il f > MH¡ ' Sydney^ j J H , <:<¿± t , Ht"- . .?'Thc following aro tho scoiWi ^ ?-,}.?, ¡ j . Match/:- J. " t 1 ^ * . ^ AÍ.¿E>OIAM> En VIN-p ' { t ' ? Churlwood, ol). Gregory, bJf\, Sj j t. '-. t Shaw, b Snollorth VIM f .* , , 5 -<t : Greenwood, b lívaiis \A ï i J Armitage,, c Thompson X i Y] 1 " . Uly'ett, b Gnu» it *rI ' tyj. * * Selby, c Mm doch, b Gairctt $»* 'j tl), Emmott, b GaiTott.\,h J>-v,i »->. ... - > Pooley, V) Ganeit i 1 j, : Lillywhito, st Thompson, b Ev. Hill, c Bannerman, b IÜVIIMS .. I Soiithurton, not ont- .?., 1 J 'j ii 'ii H-yorf. ? - - Total -...% NEW SOUTH WALEH-^ First Innings. i 0. Bannerman, b Shaw.. 2 ' Dr Grogoiy^'c.Southerton, b Shaw..3 'Powell,* l.b.w,M> Lillywhite-- .>,. ..-, .1 ... _B. Garrett, b Shaw ¿ ,, 6 | Evins, b Uill ' 30 f Spofforth, b Lillyiyhito ............... o | Thompson, b Hill ... s. v-....y... -I».-, -f Murdooh.-uot out ....

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Religious Memroanda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PRAYERS WILL BE READ ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 28th AT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Religious Memoranda. " -C - ícmjBCH hi?''. ENGLAND/ ¿i -i PRAYERS WILT, BE READ ON SUNDAY, LISMOREpsAt ll n.m. ; Wilson's BiOjrejiriBt _¿-'x2'30'p'.tí^; Duck Creek, ut 5 p.m. ; Çàsjn<5£. J;at¿l_a,jn;.a|ui_7'JJ0j.u]u_^

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

ROMAN CATliÖLJCj ßj&jl]lClL\ Tho -Rey. JF. SCHUJiH; wülr(D.V.) nay MASS-, at- -, - COBAKI-On Sunday, th? -fith January ; \. Lismore, oa Sunday, ) the 21st ; CasinoT-on 1SI Suriafy,í£Iíá 2$W j ! 5 ¿i ' Th-ft

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LISMORE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

W - : . LISMORE. January 25ü£ ^A%ipl»ialte,£. and TTfenjia, schooners, fçfr'Bydney. .* .-<---».

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