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THE BYWAYS OF BOOKMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

'? '1 In' the 'drama' plagiarism: 'has'beéri; much more freely '.practiced''' .than' ' ¿hy other branch 'of 'literature. ". Managers,-'' iii fact; aro bound' at all; liazirrdB to1 'phtertbirithe ?publiç, ; and jwijth,that; view|: like, tho' man 'agef-'dramatistrif France,'"take ; their-pro-' perty, wherever they,''find' ift'''-Tho1'ori gin ;of-the pieceis -uniropörtariti'prövided, 'tbo'piecoritsolf ,bo ''suitable. ' ' Tho'pUbliC 'mó'féóv<ífi'lI1rriíght''bé çréjudic'od ' against, it ' if 'they 'werèi told 'that it 'had: riot ' been madd^. 'expressly' for them';; 'áhdjthoy. wóuld;fcer-: .tainly listen.with miStrlisji'to áybómedy' ' Which, .profeasing tp 'represent; tlie manners, óíf'-tího . country;' was ' known os first' com'-' posed to have' depicted those 'pf '-'another.', 1 Then1 there 'áré so ninny dègfèbs in drama' . tic 'plàginrîéih,'<frciiil 'the poet wlio borrows. nothing but an undbVefopè'd'subject, ortho' idda' bf a'subjéctt to' the'playwright wbt> ...

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VICTOR HUGO ON THE TURKISH ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

PviCTOR HUGO ON THE TUUKISU ATROCITIES. It becomes necessary io .call tlie attén-. tion of thc European governments tp 'fr fact 6o small it seems that the governments" appear not to perceive it The fact ia this,, a people is being assassinated. Whore?' Ih^Europel Has this act witnesses V One j witness; the whole world. Do the govern ments see it ? No. The nations hare above theai something winches below, them-the" güeramente. Gbverrrailnís seo notliing tlirough tho short-Bightedness Í>eculiar .to .'them. ;.. while -the huirían -IOCK ooks on with another eye, the conscience. . Wo are.abput to astonish ¡European govern-, ;mentB hy tèâchhig-jhein . ¡tliat crimes ? are grimes,; tbtit.it is np; rnbre^allpwablo for a goyemraentjthan.for-an individual,to be. an.assassin,; ..thnt|li,urope, is Eiplidair ; that all ,^¡at> happens hj,^EurppQ is done by .Eu rope, ;. that,ifI there,;,exists.:'a Svild beast, igoyofpment.it,.must/.bo. treated as a wild .?beast ;' that at,;thp,,presentmoment,...

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The Sketcher. THE CAROLINE ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

I: !..: j.THE.. CAliiOLINEl'IISliÂNpEEÔ. .;.> Tiiu archipelago of 'the'.Carolines^eui .braces a, ¡va^t number; of small; islands and groups, of rocks i lying scattered over. the .westenv portion,of, tlie Papific Ocean'north ¡of .thoi Equatpr,^ between ,the parallels of '5dg.'; and.i*2dg.. north latitude and the'nieri dianB of Í34dg'.> and .lyädgj east longitude. They stretch' ease andSyestfor a.'distiinco of more than 2,000 miíés," from the Mar shall. Islands, at-.their eastern .to the Pelew 'Islands attheir, western extremity. Owing ¡to .the extensive,.range ofthese'.'islands, there, exists,,a considerable differerice'Jbe .tween the manners .and .custpniB pf the yar ;ious. islandprp,.- auil'i.,ovor( between" their .physiogomy and complexion.,, ,The;largest and most important of tho Caroline Islands ? arellogblen, 'Bornabi, Strong's Island s, land sYap./' iThe; complexion, of the natives is of lailight coppercolour. ?< The average height .of tlie: men, is - about 5....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

DIRECTORY. I INDEPENDENT ORDER OP GOOD TEMI iPLARS-"Hope to Sove Lodge, No. 28," ' Elsmore.;-Moots alternate Mondays at 'Tem r.perance Hall.-. W.L.D.:, L. G. Snow; W.C.T.:. j ; Goorgo Davie; ,W.S.:. E. 0. Currey, i . . ,,. WYRALLAH SCHOOL OK ÁRTS.-^-Offlcera ?President:, John Koop, Esq,.,-. Sydney ;,, Vice, president: 'Mr. Thomas Brandon ; Treasurer, : :Mr.' W.' Argub ; Librarian : 'Mr.'1 Wi Steven; : Secretory; Mr. :W. Dixon. VNight of Meeting; . ...^Thursday ;>'Place:. Sohool.of Arts. ,;. WYRALLAH. MUSICAL SOCIETY.-Offlcers^ ; " Chairman : JomeB Bookenridge,' Esq.'; Com mittee : Mosers. H. McKenzie, W. Argue,' D. . . .McPherson, J. Burley, J. R. Stocks ; .Honorary ;¡¡Seoretary and.Treasurer.: Mr...W/W...DLio'n;. '. Organist for tho Choir: Mr. J; R. Stocks; V Leader'of Choir: Mr. Wi "ty. Dixon: 'Moetíiig nights-for Practice: Satiuday, 7*30 to'9¡ p.T.; at.tho School of Arts Building. CASINO SCHOOL .OF ARTS.-^Offioera-Pres., '? -1 deEt; ty. ,0. .Bundook, Eso^;..Vice-presidents: ._...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Reading: Advertisements. ' ~ " I CAN'T seo it," said Buffer, i" Nobody, roads, advertisements. It's preposterous to : think. it.'!-:, -.i...' Kn.4;:i:^^v;--v.'>!U;f : " But,-¿ said'' the i editor,--.' you-read .what I interests you." ' ' ? ; "Yes.'; '. ."^?....-^'-<;t<n I '^.Aiid if there's'anything you particularly, .want .you look for it '' ? .. '. i '.' Certainly." , ¡- ?. ? '.' Well, among the, , thousands - upon thousands who help to unako..up..this.,busy, world, of ours, everything, that is printed.is Tread. Sneer as you please, I do,, assure you that printer's ink is is atrae, open , sésamo ,to all business success. , . ¡> ? ' ? . . " Supposo you try the experiment, said the editor. Tuat;>slip in an advertisement for, the want of ono of the most-common -things in tho world.-' For the sake, of' tho . test -1 will give you two insertions- frea.,J<Two-,- will bo enough, and you; may have it jammed into any outof tho way nook of- my paper...

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REVIEW. "NEW SOUTH WALES;— THE MOTHER COLONY OF THE AUSTRALIAS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

REVIEW,' . ?'NEW SO *J"T fr "W"A I. EB; ^ .", THE MOTHER COlONY OF THE AUSTTU&IAS." r \' THE above is the title of a Work issued ) ?the. Government Printer, under the autho ship of Mr. G. H. Reid, author of Five Fr« ? Trade Essays, and Honorary Member ot tl 'Cobden Club.. The -idea! of the work seeu to have been suggested by the Centennh . Exposition of -the United States, when oii author" saw a fitting opportunity to ofler t the World a view of the advantages an prosperous condition . of tliis Colony, mor comprehensive flinn . had yet buen présentée ? and so Mr. Reid set about his praiseworth; ?' task. We have delayed noticing the work unti the-ñaue of om- paper in its enlarged fom 'deeming the importauce of the work unde .'.review demanded a more extended treatmen 'than we could have hoped to have given i in our smaller issues. It was once said of a German Prince that he was " little in great things and grea in little tilings." Mr. Reed fortunately : although his work is b...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

* T.IME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF, ' ..KAILS AT,POST OFFICE, LISMORE.;* ._!:..?'. : " °: ;"'.ARBTVAIA-'T&H-.' ? Alstonville and Ballina-MONDAY, 1-30 p.m. . Casino--WKDNESOAY and SATURDAY:, ; 10 a.ru.; : xjynumboon-TUESDAY, 10 a.m. Tin-ania-SATURDAY, 11-30 am. Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and.Fun)AT, ll a.m. ? . . , DEPARTURES FOR . . ... ' . Alstonville and ; Ballina - SATURDAY, < 10*30 a.m. ' . .. --'i . Casino-MONDAY and- WEDNESDAY,- 2 p.m. Kynumbooii-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. Wyrallah, Woodburn; Gundurimba, .- and Iluka-TUESDAY, and. SATURDAY, 1. p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

BIRTH, DEATH and news items.

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

A NEW SMITHY.;- AS will be-seenfroin-out advertising columns, Mr.jJLockot, who luis boon j resident in this town- for"soiue tuno past,' has opened in tho abovo line;'and as ho is kuowii- to :bo.*< feopdli workman, arid of . cibli^ing bujajpess habits he will'np doitbt'conrhiandn fair sharif-pf the " iron trade' ' of tho town andristrict. DEATH, -Wo regret to hove " tai'record tho rather Budden death,- r?on -Saturday laat,"Jj?f) a youth named James Maxwell, of sunstroke and heart disease, induced by tho wann weather wo have experienced ¡ of late. .> 'JJhe decoasod was. 17 years old, and tho lurgc number present at tho funeral; on' Snnday last, fahowodsthü sympathy fólt' fbr ihoyparenftin theiri"sad';afHiotion,-£th,is hoihg'tho second son they have Jost'irom^-'itfn* stroke. of ''JT'.J' THE. SMALLPOX.-'Another memboi'of tho; Holden family died on board the..hospital4ship¡ Faraway at 5 p. m. on Satiyday. ' * lirwas"report-.' ed to tho Health-officer at about ll o'clock onf...

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Woodburn Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19TH. Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.M., and W. GOLLAN, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Woodburn Small Debts Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19TH.     Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.M and   W. GOLLAN, Esq., J.P.       Hancock v. Green.-This was, an action to recover .£6 5s, the price of a horse sold to one James Golding, by plaintiff, and which the defendant, plaintiff, alleged, promised to pay. The promise not being in writing, it was held plaintiff could not recover, the, Statute of Frauds requiring such promises to be in writing. Verdict for defendant, for whom Mr. Allingham appeared.        

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First-class Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

First-class «tock. Tns 'Queenslander' has fóllp^irig^váluable ? -observations":--The breeding <)í;?;8.tj)ck. fot show purposes, is a subject wmcl^.owing =to the vital interests involved, require«:'moro .-consideration than the general public.-'are ?incUned to give it. At all our shows we fijid : paraded in ' the ring unwieldy specimens "of ? . cattle,-particularly short horns, which have I been pampered and fed upon artificial food until, they present an appearance of glossy - rotundity on a symmetrical. frame which is .very'showy and-taking. Now, wo believe . that it is. time - that breeders should .Bee the ¡folly of > this cramming of animals for shows. . What we require is animals which will look well on pasture food. We want symmetry certainly, but we also require activity, .hardiness, and health. A grossly fed cow is not one which a breeder would choose for stud purposes. . On the contrary, it is a well known axiom that a fat cow or heifer is not ¿as a rule suitab...

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Select Poetry. AT THE PIANO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

. .. :8eléct;Pôëtryv.* . . .1. - AT'THE PIANO. ' ' / " :. " . Playón 1 Playón1. As softly glide« i The-low refrain, I seem, I seem - ': Tofloatj-to float, cn goldon tides, . .By sunlit isles, wheró life "and dream Ara one,'are one ; and hope and Hiss Move hand in hand, and, thrilling kiss lNtith bowery bloom» . In twilight glooms, And love is life, and life ii love. Play ón'! .Flay on 1 A* higher risa The lifted strains, I seem, I seem To mount, to mount, through roseate sines, Through drifted cloud and golden gleam, 'To" realms, to realms, of thought and fir», . \Vhere angels walk and souls aspire. And sorrow comes but as tho night That brings à star for our delight. j Playón^! Playón! The spirit falls, The star grows dim, the glory pales, ' j The depths are roused-tho depthB, and Ohl The heart that wakes, -the liopcB that.glow ; The depths are roused. Their billow» call The soul from heights to slip »nd fall ; 'To «lip and fall and faint and be Mado part of their immensity ; To sl...

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Startling Story from Noumea. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Startling Story ft om Noumea. THE . Auckland 'Southern' Cross'- contains tho following :-" Noumea although within ashort distance front-us, is riot much heard' of in Auckland. Eyonts, '; however, beear cionally occur there that' being but vaguely reported in the colonial papers',' excite' but little intorest. But we hoard 'pf how a crowd of, Communists or . Communistic couvicts, attempted to escape from 'Noumea in a steam launch, but wera overtaken by a Government vessel. Two of the runaways wo were told, drowned themselves to avoid recapture, but ' what- became of the others was not mentioned. 'It may be , interesting to hear, that .French justice did riot allow tho, light of any . day to shiue upon thom. Before' daylight ' they were guillotined. Everybody who lias visited Noumea has .noticed the gang of convicts who, under- the supervision of " surveillants," aré demolishing ,an elevation adjacent to the water front, much resembling the Fort Britomart hill, now under course of des...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, February 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

'. Latest .ÇowaîtîcrciaL " . ¡BV T-ELUGRASf.] . ". SYDNEY, friday, Fcbra u-y 2n;l. MESSUS.; H. PÄIBSTLY & Go. 'report that maizo iynu /sulling this day at Ss Od. per bushel; Hides, 3d per lb.; pijçs 6d lb. ; bacon, 9cl per Jb.; butter, ICM per lb; clioeso'9d par lb ; potatoes, £6 per ton; bark, PO per-ton.

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The Queensland Sugar Season. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Tho Queensland Sugar Season. TUE sugar Reason may now be said to bo at end. A féiv . of the planters . in Southern Queensland will probably start their mills again for a short season after- ..having taken advantage of the "late"' seasonable ' ruins for planting, but thore remains very few, and those but ' small, « 'fields ; to '-crush.:' Taken throughout, tho late crushing - season ? '. has been one'of scarcely equalled, prosperity in the annals of ' .Queensland ' sugar, growing. We hoar on all sides :of dargo returns, high density, and satisfaction generally .amongst tho planters. . Tlié .provious.twb seasons were very. disastrous, :mvfact f it' became « ¡ question with seyorai planters , if it was worth whilo. to hold on in tho face of Buch reiterated bad seasons.; but happily the energy and phick of om-planiers was eqvial to tho occasion. They did hold on,- and the season of -1876 has, we are glad "toT say," recouped-, most, of thom for past lossos, . and arrimatod them with fres...

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New Guinea. EXPLORATION OF THE FLY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

New «alinea; f . ; EXPLORATION OP TIIE FLY^IÍIVER. SIGNOR D'ALBEHTIS' journal of his exepdi .tionto New Guinea for the exploration of the Ply River has been-published. It con- tains a. -veiy interesting "account of the experiences of ;.,tho. . explorers, " and. much valuable information respecting the physical aspect and .resources - of- Now Guinea, 'Signor D'Âlbërtis loft-Sydney on the 20th of April, 1876, and was accompanied by Mr. Wilcox and Mr..(.Hargrave;- (engineer.) On, May -j 21st they . . sighted - the coast bf Newr Guinea, and landed at an^iwlond called, Katovy;; -Théy^ proceeded, .on; .ÄSir,'oxpö<}itipn:T up; the T?ly Raver oin tné*2Íth" Mayi "'' They,/encount- ered" a'strong - cui^n^T-andi^^ooc^wnaily: ;inet. with V-very* ahallôw; ^ water.-- '/Tho/natives whom thoy saw^apgoared to bo ,"voiw',;cunóús, but.atthe same tinja very frightened ; "and" . in spite ..of .all.' their eiForJ»^the<«^plorers could not, succeed in. es{ap£^dns^iendly communication ...

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Religious Memoranda, CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Religious Memoranda, CHURCH OF ENGLAND- SERVICES. First Sunday iii each Mbnth-^Casinoyat ll a.m. and.7,3"0 p.m. ; Lismore,; ot ll a.m., and . 7 "30 p.m. ; . Gundurimba, at 3 p.m. r Second Sunday.in ? eaeh'Month-Lismore, at ll 'a. ni. : Rosehill, . at. 3 "p.m, ;, Ballina', at ll. I -;. Wrns,, and. 3 p.m. ; Pilot Station, ut 7'30' I . .p.m., , -,':'. T. "'. '?' " .! Third- Sunday - in each Month-^Castno, at ll . ? a.'ni..; Tomki, "at 3 'p.m. j Casino, nt7-30 p. m. ; . Woodburn, at ll a.in. ; Coraki, at 3 p.m.; Wyrallah, at7.30. Fourth Siinday'iii each Mohthg^Lismoro, at'll r^f*a.m; ;' Wilson's Bidge, atl'30 p.m. ; ¿Dublé. ^ Creek, at WW p.m.; Ballina, at ll a.m.v and 3 p.m: JT-»j,/n. ~ '' - i ? -Fifth Sunday in, tinah* Msiiith-Tho Tweed ^and ," .the Stntions.'.' . HENRY PORTER B. A., ,F. .R. NEWTON, Assistant'Curate.

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Proposed Turkish Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Proposed Turkish jParliamenit. IT having been resolved, in virlureof a.decree of the Sultan, and in accordance ..with a decision of tho Grand Couneil, tb establish a Parliament in Turkey, - oiiicial instructions . have now boeu issued rwith that object. Thc Parliament is to'consist - ot' two-bodies, +he Chamber, and ¿he Sonato or House of Lords. The formel'" will be composed of members elected by the people, who will deal with members .which are in harmony with the Cheri, and which respond .to the legitimate wants of the country. They, will, moreover, vote tho Budget. For the first year there will bo at least 133 of these members. The Sonato will be composed of members ap- pointed by the State, and its functions will ? ha to. confirm the. lows voted by the Chamber or to send them . back for modification or amendment. The members of the - Chamber will be- elected by all classes' of the'peoplo, in accordance with a - law to bo ; hereafter promulgated. For the present year, however the...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

I ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. - The BeV."ÍV SÓHUBR, will (D.V.)' f8ay MASS 'g^_ir ? ? . \ -, ,i 5 iLISMORE^On -Sunday, : tho- 4th .February, . at the ÚBÜarhoÚr l at Coraki, on Sunday, f .tho .llth ; aud;"at*OaBmo,:rbn. Snnday^tha 18th.instant. . '*. . .... .' _ ' ' . _

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SHIPPING NEWS LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

" \aSBJVALS. üasmsrv 27th,-Agnea Irvin?, steamer, 403' -terns, Çswterîn Braoegirâle, from Sydney. ZPaasearérB-Mrs. Hos», Miss Ross, and BCrvant, ' îîrs. ÍTeaííier, Miss Tougher, Mosars. BOBS, and 3S\UQX,~ W:'T(.~ Simpson^ Oi.'Hárrisbh;.-' J-_0.. ^Harrison, Easton. P. Selfs, Houghton, T. ^.Harper, Garrick, Hart, and 13 in the- steerage. Tao Agnes' Irvin« lift Sydney a.t 10 p.m., on the 24.th instant, and. Newcaatl«, at 8 a.m., on the '26th,, crossed the Richmond Bar at 3'30 p.in., -on the 2Cth, arriving at Lismore at 5'45 ^p.ni.', on tho 27th, detained about two hours coming .'np the North.Arm; in consequence of a large quantity of floating timber going down with'tho fresh i1 ship under easy steam ail the passage, to suit Jtho tide at the bar. Experienced frosh -north-east and northerly breezes. throughout tho passage. . , . DEPARTURES. - . January-29.-ABertha, schoonor, with 40,000 "ieet pirie,;ïor Sydney. . . . '? - - January -30.-Agnes Irving, steamer, Captain ?BraeQgirnle, for Sy...

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