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DEAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 June 1876

DEAMATIO CLUB. WE have also to call attention to the meet ing for the formation of an Amateur Dra matic dub, held, on Tuesday evening last, at which all present enrolled their names, with power to add to their number. We need not dilate upon the groat advantages of such Associations as the one proposed, in these quiet country'towns,, where the visits I of professionals are few and far between, and amusements correspondingly scarce; "while the study of'the Thespian art im proves the elocution, gait, and otherwise ¡adoras the human fons divine. When pro perly conducted, these things bring people together in a social manner, thereby ena bling them to rub off the rust which new-a days inclines people to live too much for themselves, besides putting the cash into circulation, and triaging business to the town. t. \

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 June 1876

^^^^^ GENERAL STOREKEEPER, &c, MOLESWORTH ? STREET, LISMORE. . Groceries, ^ . , Draperies, . -, Ironmongery, ^ ¿>: .' ¿t?.. . .BóotSvañd Shoes, ^ M - . Fancy Goods, "" s Crockery, "Blankets, &c. T . .JLRGE and VARIED STOCK of DRAPERY J«_J - on hand'and to arrive, all specially selected rom tOe BEST ÖOUSES IN SYDNEY, Quality guaranteed, and will be sold at the LOWEST REMUNERATIVE ,PRÍGES. > ^.GENT'S CLOTHING, Best Quality,* and Tip-top Style., V @> LADIES' TRIMMED HATS; very latest Fashion. - * - ; OENEÉ^L STÓREB:EEÍ(BK,J NORTH LISMORE. t A LWAYS ON HAND-A FIRST-CLASS ?^^z STOCK of : - GrROÖERIBS, ^ . DRAPERY, . x j u BOOTS" AND SHOES ,¿ / ? SADDLERY, ;. ^,^*^^^ ' - STATWERY,. V V ' '^pX _ \. . FANCY GOÓ^Sy1?^; > GLAS$/^^ , ? ^\d2J 'LOWEST ^idEk^J^l y rspt"a*fv" - - Sw.*» ,f-1» «BSteUrjatov- . «id« . 'VT. WIGMORE,, HAS JUST RECEIVED Ex - PLATYP XI'S ," / Blankets, ./'??. Tweeds,-English and Coloniàl, Clothing,-Mens'- and Boys, JEats,-Ditto, ditto, ""Shirts...

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. Friday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 June 1876

IRATEST TELEGRAMS. I {From the Australian Associated Press.) SYDNEY. - , j ITriday, June 16. _."; ' In the Legislative Assembly the Railway, Loan Estimates having been further post poned, great dissatisfaction'has-been caused^ the Opposition adopting the Stonewall policy with regard to other business till the Housed adjourned.,, ^ | ._-,_^^r-ixifx^ntx¿> "has-JÏP^»"-- vQcoxwd.-from tho^ Governor recommending that provision be^ made to meet expenses consequent upon the amendment of the Yoluuteer Act. - The Diseases in Sheep Act Amendmcut Bill has passed its second reading. The Upper House has passed the Border Duties Convention Bill without amendment. ..Mr. A. Eyiieh has been elected for Carcoar ?unopposed.- - Eich gtild fields are reported at Lucknow, Gulgong-, Stevenson's case against lAfabourne ¡feas been dismissed, the-defendant to pay costs £150. The Melbourne Cup weights are-Kings borough, 9st Tibs ; Wollamai, Richmond, Ace, Imperial, Robin Hood, and others ranging down to 5s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 June 1876

SCHOLASTIC. CÓMÍCERCIAL SCHOOL, LISMORE. - :¿ ESTABLISHED JANUARY UTH, 1875. PROSPECTUSES ON ÎPPLICATIDN. W. OSBORNE HARMAN, ' Principal. Hotel. S. COTTEE'S FREEMASON'S HOTEL, MOLESWORTH STREET,   LISMORE. OOTTEE'S FREEMASON S HOTEL offers the BEST ACCOMMODATION on the Richmond River. COMMERCIAL-TRAVELLERS will find at COTTEE'S HOTEL a SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOM and a LIBERAL TABLE. The WINES and LIQUORS are Purchased out of BOND, and are UNADULTERATED. The BED-ROOMS are AIRY and COMFORT ABLE.                     An experienced GROOM and NIGHT PORTER are kept, and VISITORS or TRAVELLERS can be ; CONVEYED to ANY PART of the RICH MOND RIVER DISTRICT by either BOAT or PAIR-HORSE BUGGY. SPENCER COTTEE,     Proprietor. Auctions. Auction Sale of the Machinery and Implements used at the Casino Bridge. TUESDAY, 20TH, JUNE. A J- SI...

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THE "NORTHERN STAR." LISMORE, JULY 22, 1876. THE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

THE NORTHERN STAR." . : .LISMORE, JULY 22, 1876. ' if ? * . ?? . -? : THE PARLIAMENT. As is usual at either tte commencement or the fag-end of the sessiony the reading public are again to be favored with a "rehauffe" of the old stock speeches and dreary jjlati- í tades which form a portion of the interest ing game of the ins and outs so often played in our Colonial Parliaments. ; The woes of the Opposition in not being per mitted to hold the reins of office' will no doubt be duly set forth by those who have been diligent in obstructing the business of the House during the past ? session/ while the weary reporters will bless the day that language, was invented, as they note down the endless flow of talk. r The ballMwas opened by Mr. FITZPATRICK, who has chosen as a peg upon which to hang/his speech, the tabling of the additional Loan Estimates for railway extension, and other matters ; which motion, our last telegram informs us, was set aside, after some discussion, by the Government...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

THE RAILWAY. As in this district, we notice that corres- I pondents in the Grafton papers are busily ongaged in discussing the Railwayquestion, in general, the Woodburn and Iluka scheme not meeting with very much favor, as in a long letter to the " Grafton Observer" of 8th July, PUBLICÓLA says " In the insane endeavor to carry out the schemes of a few people here, ruin is probably the fate of Grafton. Mr.. Robertson being- met on the one side with whatever energy that has been manifested on the Clarence, to have a particular line of railway constructed, and no other; and, on the other side, the apathy of the body of residents in support of his own expressed idea of a line from Grafton to Tenterfield, probably to checkmate* the Queensland Government, and to keep the trade of the Northern districts to the Colony, has conceived the idea of a Railway from Iluka to Woodburn, with.possibly the ultimate intention of continuing- the same, up the valley of the Richmond to Casino, and thence ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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SHIPPING INTELIGENCE. BALLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

SHIPPÍNQ INTELUGENCE. ^'??MR'^^' - 03 Á¿XJ LINA. /-^ . y July 21-The following vessels are Bar^ound : ' ^lonarch, Neptune, Examiner,;. ,Lady Robinson," ' Lousia, Bertha, Saucy Jact, Perseverance, Rob Roy, Princess Louise, Storm King, Margaret, Emma Jame, Alpha, Mary Peverly, and Octoroon.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

«XilS MOR GE . - ... , ,':l:"r: .ARRIVALS. , ? ' , .. . /;. Jvly'lñ-Amphitrite, barque, Gaptain. Mountain, . ?"from Sydney.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

j THE FARM. , SÜGAB CAITE.-The foUowing is a^description of the:^BsBry.k' process, for decoloi-faing cane liquor by the use of Mono-sulpnite|\of Lime, ^which process is.now finding great f (vor with many sugar manufacturers, both in tri colonies and in Europe :-Mono-sulphite of j jbe, being insoluble, necessitates certain precautions to haye it successfully employed . It is not suffi cient that it should he mixed with the juice, but care must be taken that it is in contact with the syrup durmg the great part of the time occu pied in the process of evaporation. When the juice comes from, the rollers, it ought to be rapidly cleared from all the bits of cane trash by filtering. It should then lie allowed to settle in ; a. tank from eight to ten minutes, so as to allow of the precipitation of the finer particles of trash which the sieves have let pass. During this time, in order to prevent any fermentation, the surface of the juice should be sprinkled with small quantities of thé sulpha...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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To the Editor of the "Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

To the Editor of the "Northern Star." SEO,-1 think furtlier notice should be taken of Mr . Bawden's letter to Messrs. Glasgow and Larkin, and with your permission I will also make a few remarks upon the production- of your Woodburn correspondent which appeared hi your last week's issue. Mr. Bawden's remarks with reference to our . future member, does not look well coming from him nor can he conscientiously say he has been "found in the interest of the wholè body of the electors," but I suppose he acts upon the old adage of "do as I tell you, not as I do." Has he not been found in the interest only bf that portion of the electors residing on the Clarence. I presume it was his inffuence'that got, I think, £6000 for the surveying and bouying of the Clarence Uiver. Why did he not get a similar sum for the Bichmond Biver ? The Clarencepeopledidnotaskfor.it in a "constitu tional manner " by petitioning, and I may say the same thing of the large sum voted for the Northern' Breakwater at th...

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To the Editor of the "Northern Star" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

- To the Editor of the "Northern Star" SIB.-As everyone appears to be up in arms about this disgraceful Iluka job, I don't see why I should not have a shot as well as my neighbours-if I don't kill anything, I intend to make them leave that. Besides, if I do not show myself, silence might be taken for consent, and my maxim being that honesty is the best policy, it is contrary to my principles to do anything, after the manner of the Member of the " Clarence^' behind the backs of my brother, electors of the Richmond. ' Tour Woodburn Correspondent may be an amusing fellow if one knew him a Utile better. He commences quite promiscuously, as our Irish friends say, on the subject of. bad roads, and the unfortunate horses that have to carry 700 letters and 1000 papers, then he jumps on to the iron horse which he is not satisfied with riding from Iluka to Woodburn, but he must make the poor brute carry him thence to Lismore, and from that, by a round turn into the " Duck Creek Ranges," from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

Auctions. Important Notice. 1 THIS DAY, 22ND JULY. j aC. BRITT has received Instructions to Sell ! . hy PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY 22nd 'JULY, at ONE o'clock, at his STORE, Lismore,- ' - Twelve pieces Tweeds, six pieces "Winceys, Calico/ Bleached and Unbleached, Bed Ticking, Scotch Twill Shirting, Drill, Mannel, Diaper, Merino, different Colors, Shepherd's Plaid, Colored and "White Moleskin, Grambroons, Alpaca, Men's and Boy's Clothing, consisting of Cloth and Tweed Pagets, Pilot Coats, Heavy Over coats, "Waterproof. Coats, Trowsers and "Vests, White Crimean and Twill Shirts, Tweed Trowsers, Colored Mole Trowsers, Blue Serge Shirts, Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Boy's Suits and Mole Trowsers, &c, &c. Terms-Cash. The above GOODS will also be for SALE throughout the Week, at COST PRICES. . Important Sale of Furniture, &c. SATURDAY, 29TH JULY. * aC. BRITT has received instructions to . Sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Mr. S. COTTEE'S FREEMASON'S HOTEL, LISMORE (removed ...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] Sydney, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

1^ Commercial. / . / .. [BY TELEGRAM.J Sydriey^July 14. MB. A. KETHELI. reports : Pine no trans actions since last advices, good quality would probably realize Bs. ; good cedar in demand" from 15s. to 20s. ; pine flooring boards 19s, .rough boards Hs to 14s.

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

Local áád General News. THE "WEATHER.-A heavy downpour of rain set in here onEriday last, and being accompanied by a heavy gale of wind from the south-west, was pro ductive of a considerable amount of damage and in- i convenience, as the river rose in some places nearly ¡ 40 feet, while all the low lying lands were covered ] with water. It was fortunate that the weather KI moderated early on Sunday morning, or the conse- i quences might . have been very serious. As it is, J many persons have experienced heavy losses in tim|p _ ber and other produce being swept awey. From al|£ sides come the news of disaster and flood, wh^ aj the telegraph line is down in many places, /QYO* - tide at Ballina, on Satiird^-r^'as the highest kn ' . ^ dragged her anchor ana colided with ihe, Storm King-. So far, we have not heard of any loss ef life, and it sincerely to be hoped that^ worst has now passed, especially for; our Clarence, neighbors, who, we are very sony to say, have suffered severely. PRES...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

TO CORRESPONDENTS. j , £As every man is -entitled to hold Iiis own opinions, anet fair play is bonnie play, all the^ world over, *we must "again respectfully intimate to Correspondents that their contri butions will run the risk of being rejected if they indulge in personalities. We have, again, this week, been obliged to declined letters containing " libellous matter, and we- , do think that it ^ most unfortunate for the 11 welfare and advancement of these outside i i districts that any public question cannot- bej discussed without setting class against class, and town against town. We believe in a friendly -rivalry ; and we must again dis tinctly repeat that we intend to run this ' Journal on the popular ticket of giving fair \ play to all, but at the same time cannot insert letters which the writers themselves would be sorry to see in print.

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The Open Column. To the Editor of the " Northern Star." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

.? The Open Column. i *-To the Editor .of the " Northern Star." L SIR,-Haying read the correspondence [saturday's issue between T. Bawden, E m Esq., and Glasgow, rula betweon "Woodburn , _ aident of this district ¡Kry^tíbíe matter to pass over \v ithcmir inaldLug <v few remarks. Bow could the lismore Branch of the Rich mond and Tweed Rivers League take upon themselves to send such a telegram to T. Bawden Esq. ? Such proceedings is beyond my compréhension. How could they be in a position to say that the whole of the Richmond. River people were against the proposed railway ? They . could not have known the opinion of the majoL'ity of the residents of the district upon the question which is, I am glad to say, favourable to the said railway, as they, are quite sure that instead of such line doing injury to the river it would be the means of bringing about a better state of things. I think it is quite time that'the people of the Bichmond bestirred themselves to secure some mea...

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Cape Byron. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] Brunswick River, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

Cape Byron. [_FBOM 0T7R CORRESPONDENT, j Brunswick Uiver, Julv 12. THE barque Samuel Merritt completed her loading of cedar on Saturday last, and sailed for Melbourne on Sunday morning, but was afterwards compelled to take skelter, with other -vessels, in Cape Byron Bay, The barque has had a tedious delay in consequence of the late south-west gales, and much credit is due to all concerned for the perseverance and judgment shown throughout. Thé Samuel Merritt has a large and choice cargo of cedar (about 180,000 feet), which has been selected from a large quantity, for the Melbourne market. Mr. George Williams, in charge of the surf boat, is now loading the brigantine Brilliant, with cedar, for Sydney, and the Davey Pratt is ex pected here daily to load timber for the same, port. July 17, About 4 o'clock, during the heavy gale of Saturday last, the brigantine Brilliant, loading cedar for Mr. Jas. Callaghan, was driven on shore on the beach, and all hands saved. The vessel had dragged ...

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CHIRUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

CHIRUPS. BY A " LITTLE BIRD." It's enought to ruffle any bird's feathers, isn't it? Here have I been and gone through a course of Byron and other sentimental writers, just to pile on the agony for " Little Bo Peep," when you say,-Wait until next week¿ as you're not prepared for a run on the paper while there is such a "run" in the river. That's always the way with you newspaper fellows-you're so dreadfully practical. Goodness, gracious, what's the use of people starting papers unless they are prepared for anything ; and my advice to you is,-Don't spare expense, and go in heavy. Never mind support, 'so long as you have the satisfaction of spending money, aiul doing good to the town. If you don't I'll shajös the rod before you at which all newspaper mW tremble, and say,-"Stop my paper I" But' as I like to encourage young beginners, I'll let it slide this time ; especially as (between ourselves) I'm not in first-class trim this week, as the late wet weather has made my nest all sixes a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

.E- X T JEl A. O IR DD I -N-A R Y discoveries made by the Govern-, ment Veterinary Surgeon, for the Cure of Human Beings. XtíMBAGrÓy RHEXIlitlTISM, GOUT, BiAD LEGS, DEFORMED FEET AND HANDS PEDES', Éîà j\ FTER '«onie Months of 'careful observations, -w/r^. We are forced to admit that the Public of Sydney are offered a Healing Agent for the above, and other Diseases common to. Colonial, life,., which we are perfectly sure has never been excelled» , The Scoît|ish[HighIànd Oil % Is inune&ately^ blood, changements dnll'.blâcë hue into a brilliantred, possessing a deli -eate nervous force whiehímay bè felt as a tremidous motion in;the muscles, which often instantly.relieves great many painful disorders which render life ^nnbearable. Wejjjhave offered a few cases to illus trate the marvellous action of this Oil: A man partly disabled iri his joints was cured with few dressings, to his great astonishments Another, a: great sufferer for 15 years in nearly íjdl his joints, was cured i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 22 July 1876

Hand of Friendship, Division No. 10. SONS OE TEMPERANCE, LISMORE. THE COMMITTEE of the "HAND OF FRIENDSHIP" DIVISION of the SONS OF TEMPERANCE, LISMORE, beg to announce their intention of giving- a PUBLIC BALL in the TEMPERANCE HALL, LISMORE, on MONDAY, 7th AUGUST,-being the FIRST NIGHT, of the CRICKET MATCH between the CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER CRICKETERS. Mr. ROBERT WOTHERSPOON will act as M.C., ana the MUSICAL ARRANGEMENTS will be under the direction of Mr. WILLIAM WEBSTER. The REFRESHMENTS- will be provided by Mr. WILLIAM WEST, to whom the Committee have given the right to Cater in the Ante-room. Admission-SINGLE TICKETS, 2s. 6d. ; DOUBLE TICKETS, 4s. ; Chüdren, Half-price. TICKETS can be obtained at Messrs. COLEMAN, LAJIKDÎ, WOTHERSPOON, fand- EXTON's Stores, from either of the Committee^ jov from the Undersigned (By Order)     WM: OSBORNE HARMAN, R.S. f N.B.-Th^PROCEEDS will be devoted-One-r half each to the Sons of Temperance, and to the Lismore Al...

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