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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

23 A: L L I3S* A - Y- ; vv^C.*-^iïï DBPABTÜREa *' *: : .'January 20.-Edith Keep, Atlanta, JDanoinç i - "Wave, Ocean Bride, "Wallace and Brace, Rob Roy, and'Monarch, schooners, for Sydney. January 27..- Auiphitrito, Victory, and Perseverance,1 schooners, for Sydney. . January 31 -. Venus, ? and Emma Jana, -.schooners, for. Sydney ; and Leonidas, for 'Newcastle. February 1. - Examiner, and Schoolboy * 'schooners* for .'-Sydney, .". "TFebruary . ,1.-Agnos IrvinR, steamer, 400 tone,. Captain-Bracegirdlo, for Sydney. Ptieson fere -Jïïrs. - Richardson, Mossrs. . Crofton, troshnan, ' Nolan, Strickland, and S in tho steerage. Cargo : 1234 baga maize, 354 mats sugar, 14 bags wheat, 77 liides, 7 casks molasses, and sundries. ' February 2.-Bertha, and Resolute, schooners, . for Sydno-jr. .... _...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Ballina. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT,] January 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Kallina. [FKOll OUIt COJUU3SPOXDÇXT,] January. 31st. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN . ILLUSIONIST. This taleated gentleman in conjunction with the well and 'favourably known artists Mr. Tom Pearce and Miss Jenny Pearce appeared at the Pavilion Hall, at Ballina, on tho evening of January 30th, to a crowded and enthusiastic audience. It, is impossible to speak tuó highly of tho performance of this Australian Wizard. Ho informs his audience, they have simply to watch bis performance when they will be enabled to start as Wizardá on their own account. It cei'toinly is rather startling to the nerves to see two goblets filled with scraps of paper covered with handkerchiefs; on removal show the same goblets, one filled with real coffee, and tho other with milk. Ou placing a tumbler containing au egg and covered with a cloth in the hands of a person from the body of the hall, the party holding ono hand on top, the expression ' of his countenaueo denoting, " yon eau't get over this child," ou the cloth...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

: . .' A .MYSTERY'.'''..'. ... ? v trusted it to Julius' keeping. Tlie next morning they met, when Ju- lius said : " A most strange thing happened to ruy house last night, Sam. A mystery to me." "Ah 1 Julius, what was dat?" "Well Sam, dis mornin' I went.down into de cellar for to get a piece of hog for break- fast, and.l put my hand down into der brine and felt ali around, but no pork dere-all gone-couldn't tell what went with it ; so I turned up de barrel, Sam, true as preach-, ing, de; rats had eat a hole clor fron de. bottom, ob de bar'l, and dragged de pork all out," -- - " Why didn't de brine run out ob de hole?" . . : ' ; . "Ah, Sam, dats the mystery."-Daily Nutshell. . '. H K DIDN'T WANT THE 'SCHIPTION. Ho was an old man, and lie had a bit of conductor's pasteboard stuck in his hat. He walked into the drug store and. en- quired :' - . ' '.' Have you got any good whiskey ?" " Yes sir," replied the gentlemanly drug- gist. " Gimme half a pint." "Have you gota doctor prescription...

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FUN WITH A SPIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

? FUN WITH A SPIDER. SriDERS tin- many' respects are just like other ! animals, . and can bo ' tamed ' and petted; and taught'a great'many lessons, .which they will learn as readily ns à dog or, cat. But you-must take the trouble to "study their' ways,-and get .on' the good side of thenn 1 One day I had been reading in a book how ; spiders managed to get their webs across streams and roads, and from the top oE a tall tree to another. ?' I went out and caught a largo garden-spider, one of those blue-gray sprawling fellows, and fixed, him up for my experiment. I i took a stick about eighteen inches in length and fastened a piece of iron to one end of. it, so that the stick would stand up on that eni of itself. - Then I put thiB stick in tho centre of a large tub half-full of water, - and ploced the spider On tho top of the stick. I wanted to see if he could get to tile " land;" winch was'tho edgo of the* tub, without any help. "He ran down first one side of the Btick, nnd then the oth...

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The Open Column. VACCINATION. To the Editor of the "Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

-- . - : . . .. Y * ". i .The Open Column. J . . - TACCINATION. ' To th» Editor J>f the "Northern Star." ? . ," /Sra,-Having "been questioned /by.several -persona in .ibis district on the subject of vaccination, and ns some are rather sceptical as . to -its ..benefits, I quote the following statistics -front an authentic work', - for tho edification of your readers,"-as it is highly important that the amount 'of_ protection afforded :"by Vaccination should bo under- stood. Em>BMXc..nr SCOTLAND, 1818-19.-DR. JOHN THOMPSON :_ - à S J - t U " Si ' I -V* u ' i . JJ "ll . fc> , w Cases.. .. .205 71 310 DeatliB .. 50 . fl 1 ??' Proportion .. \l|in-l . 1 in 23 : 1 iii 310 . In the . Small-pox "-Hospital,- during/'the elovon yoars 1841-51, there-'were .4/091 ad- missions with, small-pox, ^ distributed . as follows:- ' 's' ? Si Not alleging any protection 1722 G29 37 Alleging prior Snrall-x'ox . 31} H 17 ,, Vaccination hut lio Mars IDS 60 3í i, Vaccination and sears 2107 .147 7 The ...

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Insolvency Court, Lismore. MONDAY, 29TH JANUARY. Before the DISTRICT COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

. ; ^Insolvency Court, Lismore; MONTAIT, '29TH JANTJART. - ; Before'tho ^isT^ T" A Second {/Meeting' «bf.- the creditors of . E. W.l-MoDbnàugh, was held, when" tho .foUqwihg 'debts, were: proved; in.addition to: those ' already handed in William rWeb-, ^irtor, . jun., £3 10s.; James Baillie, £3 I4B: Od. J George TG.^Britt, -JB16.;. A. W. . Girard,. £12,4?;. Jamos MoDovitt,. £15 ; E. .' 'Odieman^£5 "14o. 3dv ' .On;;thé' appUoatíqn: "..'«jf a creditor, the -sitting^ was adjourned . .uatil"W^nesday,~7th^. Fobruarjv^T^--7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

ELE.OTOJIAL PETITION,"-Wo^ lindora tnud. at jj, pubUííúóeÜníj'he^^^ . accepted at the .lato pnulid lucotiig, -was' unimV "présentation : ¿boZ. Peili(imoA.f.'t.¡¡ EMmîrio'r. - . -: »e'i4V~ *w .,.'.<-'iii*i # C<J' .--,.Ϋ.Ï "íiH

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

/ PRESBYTERIAN- CHURCH. ..ffhe/Bev. HUGH LIVINGSTONE. will, (D. V. ) ; '.r/P^*^.'-.'a^i~r>ri»;":: " CASINO-Ori'LSiinday, ~Feb.rdar£".'4th, "'at'll' a,m. and 7 p.m. ; Coraki, on Sunday,* 12th;' at lO'SO a^m.'j. ahd'Woodburn, same day, ... -nt 8 p.m. ; Lismore, on Sunday, February i, 18th, and. at AVyraHuh, ¿ame-'day;', "afc 3

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Humoun NO FUN IN HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

' NO FUN IN HIM. : Une or tlie members ot the Metlioaist uon ferenee; recently lield here, WOB out for a walk'at an early hour one morning, and while on Howard street he encountered a strapping big fellow, who was drawing a wagon to thoblueksinith's shop. : "Catch hold here, and help me down to the shop with this wugon,: and I'll buy the whisky !" called the big fellow.-' ' ' "I rieyor drink," solemnly replied tlie good mari; ." :¡ ' ' "Well, you can fake a cigar." ' ' i !""I never smoke;" "' >. .. ' '? The -man . dropped tho wagon-tongue, looked hard nt the member, and asked : " Don't'you chew ?" - . ?' "~Noj 8Ír," wns the decided reply. ' '." You1' must : g«t mighty - Ionösoni'e," .mused the teamster;' ; - ' "I guess I'm all rights-I feel first-rate." ' '; "I'll bet you even that I con lay you on your back,"- remarked the teamster. "Come n'öSv; let's warm up a little." ' -' "I never bet." . : "Well, ' let's take each other down for fun, then. You are as big as lam, ¿nd I'll giv...

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Poetry. I CANNOT TRUST YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

I CANNOT TRUST YOU. If I could'read you with another's eyes Could' "feel* the' truth'or great -untruth -that lies Deep hidden, in your bpundloss, changing SOUl- '.;.;U ,.r. Could soe you, know you'- as a perfect whole-- - ........... If I could trust the tone fiat mocks your smile, ;' V Or these deep wordB that charm mo for a while, . Till,'like'the glimmer of a far off star This thought-" I do not know you as you . are ;" : -, . . If I could road you with unerring eyes As I do other mon, however wise, '. ? I should not deem my transient study'lost Nor quito regret the measure of the cost. Sometimes transparent as tho morning dew You seem, so free, impulsive, candid, true, But soon, a soft translucence steals across You, leaving mo a troubled sense of loss. I vainly seek to pierce this murky cloud, Which closses o'er my vision like a shroud ; To wander thro' tho mazes of your soul To read the secrets writton on its scroll. Whatever saintly virtues you may boast, (And these, I know, ...

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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS— ARRIVE SYDNEY— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE" SYDNEY- , January 5, February 2, March 1, March 30, April 26y May 24, Jane 21, July 19, Auguat 16, September 13, October ll, November 8, Decem- ber 7- '. LEAVE STONEY January 20, February 25, March 25, April 18, May 16, June 13,. July ll, August 8, Septembor 6, October 7, November 4, December 2, jDceem bor 3a

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE- \ Clarence River Heads-Monday and Thurs- day, 6 a.m. Huka-Monday and Thursday, 7 am. Woodburn-Monday and Thursday, 5 p.m., and leave for Lismore on Tuesday and Friday, 5-30 o.m.' Wyrallah-Tuesday and Friday, 8*30 am. Gundurimba--Tuesday and Friday, lO'lS UL Lismore-Tuesday and Friday, ll am. . DEPART Lismore-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Saturday,'2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Saturday, 3-30 p.m. Woodburn-Tuesday and Saturday, 7 p.m., and leave for Clarence Heads on on Wednesday, and Sunday, at 0 a.m. " ' Iluka-Wednesday and Sunday, 4 p.m. Clarence Heads-Wednesday, and Saturday, 6 p.m. J. M. HYAM, Postmaster.

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

.. ; 187 7. -\ . ' ' . TIME . TABLE. OE THE AEJKTVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. .. ABMVAXB FROM Alstonville and Ballini-MONDAY, 1 30 p.m. Casino^WxDSTBSDAT and SATURDAY, 10 a.m. I Kynumboon-TÜXSDAY, 10 a.m. TÜTania^-SATüBDAY, ll -30 a. m. Wyrallah, Woodburn, ? Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, ll a,m.. ! DEPARTURES FOE j Alstonville and Ballina - SATURDAY, 1030 a.m. . . Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. Wyrallah," Woodburn; Gundurimba, ? and Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY, 1 p.m.

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ— ARRIVE SYDNEY— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

STEAMERS VÍA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY ?January 12, February 9, March 9, April 6, . May 4, June 1, Juno 29, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 20, November 17, De- cember 15. LEAVE SYDNEY 'january 22, February 19, March 19, April 14, May 12, .Juno 9, July 6, August 3, August 31, September 30, October 28, November 25, De- cember 23. -

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TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS Yr».'-SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY January 3, January 31, February 28, March 28, April 25, May 23, June 20"July 18, ;August 15, September 12, October JO, November 7,* December 5. LEAVE SYDNEY January 12, February 9, March 9, April 6, May 4, June, 1, June 29, July 27, August 24, September 21, October 19, November 16, Der cember 14. ? -; .i

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Why the Arctic Expedition did not Succeed. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Why the Arctic Expedition did .not Succeed. ; WTTHOTJT 'desiring to violate official secrecy, we. Sanitary Record ') may point out that the causes .which prevented the late Arctic Expedition from penetrating at least much nearer to their goal are now pretty clearly made out,."and' have a great public interest extending : beyond;: tho range of Arctic ex- ploration ór'morély^retrospective information. The1 expedition failed/relatively because tho commanders of tho "sledge- parties failed iii the most vital matters to ' observe ' tho' instructions given to them for thc mainte-: nance of the health" of then* men. It seems .incredible, but it appears to be absolutely true, that the sledge parties started without any supply of limejuice, and that each man was; expected to drag over thé rough and mountainous ice A weight averaging over ?"lOOlbs. per man-j«st double the amount of exertion which'could reasonably have been ? expected of them. Under the continuous influence of " want cf limej ...

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The Blue Book. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

The Blue Book. I SHOULD never, have believed (says Mrieiñori in the-,; ' Sydney Mail '). that the^ publication of the salaries of the Government officials, or such of thom as rank as heads of departments would have produced so much consternation as it has done, had I not received unmistak- able proof of the fact. That very interesting periodical, the ',' Blue Book," though open to everyone who will take thc trouble to look into its pages, has been hitherto a sealed book so far as the multitude are concerned. . Tho Spendthrift family, keeping up appearances at a cost of about JE40Ó, were quit» oblivious of the fact that the head of the household was receiving-a salary of .but JE375. . M»\ Snip, too, who . ..has..... placed unlimited confidence in the elasticity of young'. Miles' purse, the said. young Miles representing himself, as. one of the J', heads", of a Government department, .has. been enabled to take,,a very. much ¿more satisfactory measure of his likely customer. Mr. Quill^...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

DEATH.   TRUDE. — At Mr. J. Harrison's, Gundurimba, on the 31st January, Edward Trude, aged 73 years.      

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

. Cricket. . THK most enthusiastic admirer -of our local -cricketers could not have anticipated that Lülywhito's men would haye been so com- pletely beaten on ¡Friday and Saturday j and the fact that our local knights were victorious with thirteen wickets to spare ia sufficient to start the question whether the Englishmen .fairly .represent the -batting strength of the '.professional cricketers of the old country. It is undeniable that they have giyen us a fair sample of the very best bowling that England can produce. The names of such men as Shaw, Ulyett, Hill, Lillywhite, And Emmett, are beyond challenge. There aro professional bowlers left in England who .are . as good as some of these, but none that are bettor, while .Shaw is undoubtedly .the prince _ of bowlers. But the batting strength of the team ia far behind tho bowling. We gather -this from the batting averages of the season .of 1876, published in Bell's Life in London.' * lt seems to .be simply .» matter of fact that . th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

TrnkTEBSTRniXR ILLUSIONIST. "" Come and Sec the Great Austra- lian Illusionist, at the Tein - perance- llalli Lismore, on THURSDAY NIGHT, ;THE\8TH FEBRUARY. 7<Ä THE MOST* SURPRISING -TRICKS "OF THE AGE,* comprising, -amone'vother. WONDERFUL. DECEPTIONS,-,' Tho FAMOUS . CAGE AND CANARY - * TRICK, '.->-? tas ? lately Performed by Professor KELLER, ; y ? ? :. in Sydney. . . ' . ? i The PERAMB ULATLNG GLASS OK. i WATER- . . . ' . The COFFEE" ILLUSION. : ' - . INSTANTANEOUS GROWTH OF FLOWERS. "' ' The; OBEDIENT COINS. -? - .i .The DAVENPORT BROTHERS' T VING .ii- TRICK; Etc. ' Mr. TOM o PEARCE, with-his1 Daughter JEJffNY 'PEARCE, the Charming - Young "Vocalist7 Will also APPEAR, their ROLE' compriaíag a numbor of NEW "SONGS and. DUETS.i'&'e. 4 Performance wiuVcomuieneo at 8 p.m. ¡ doors open at 7"30 p.m." Adinisalon, : 2s. 6d. ' Chil- dren half-pricey'! ? ?" . .-T-r 'A TICKET- will be given to each, Fordon on ontry,-with a number thereon, and the Drawer.of-the corres...

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