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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. ? Tba Bor. F. ¿OHÜER, will (D.V.) aay MASS »t-^ . .. /-/ v. .:. -v * v- ' -'. CASINO-On Sunday, tho Í8th February, at the uauál Tiour ; at Liamoru, on Sunday, 26th instant.

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extraordinary Windfall. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

?Extraordinary Windfall. A YOUNO man of the name of Georges' Martinengo, originally of Norach, who lately had ' beéri: clerk itt his uncle's office at Marseilles, "has just ihhexited .80,000,000, francs, under the. moat - extraordinary circumstances. Several "years ago a douerai of foreign origia'aied in Holland, having no presumableJhèirs. His large förtuceHreut to the'Ddfcch Treasury. Nothiííg waa heard of the Grenèral's family br his money for'many yeá^, When "a short time ago the French" Minister of Foreign affairs and "Prince Bismarck'informed the Dutch Government that .(¡lie inheritance was legally claimed- , by i members of the General's family established in Marseilles 'arid Germany. The ' Hague ¡ Cabinet made ; some difficulties at first, but I was ultimately obliged to yield. The amount has'now accumulated to the1 enormous figure i of 159,322,800 francs ; the whole tb be divided between the two heirs. The Dutch Government will begin by paying 16,000,000 I francs, but.will ...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Thé Kev. HÜÖH LIVINGSTONE will (DiV.) ¡ . \ ./jtf#»sh-*.«ferr"._''.'.**"' a.m. .(iud 7. y.xá. ; Coraki, on Sunday ,_12th, at ¿0-30 «.m., and WopUburii, Ba;no day, at 3 p.in. j Lismore, on.Suudity, -February 13th; :and' at Wyrallah, sumo day',-at 3 p.m. . -

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The Rev. JAMES BONTHORNE will (D.V.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Th« Rev! JAMgS BONXHORNE wül ,<;D.V.) WYRALLAH-On February 18th, at il' a.m., ami. 7 P*U>- ; Coraki, ou tho 25th, at ll a.m.; and . at Woodburn, lanvi day,' at 3 ? p.mi ; Wyrallah, on March 4tUj at 11'a.m., arid LUuiore, at 3. p.m. ' . ? -

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

.r. -mg-i ?» m*' faa SHIPPING NEWS. .: .'? ,<LISMOBa. ."ï - ' ARRIVALS. Tobmuy 10.-Agrm Irving, «tt*în»*, -400 . ton*, Captain ß:nc«irdl« frota Syduay. Ftfbruarr il.-Jabbsrwúsk, steinaer, Rab Roy, Jlm{5ilw it«, *cb*orn«ra, from -Sydney ; Tshtl MftgKfrt Jan«, scnooasr, frota th* Ciar*n"« BlvwC": . . IVuinarv 12.-Agaec Irving, «t*as»«v Ocpraia Braceyirdla, for Sydney.

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BALLINA. ARRIVAIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Sp ^ALUÍíA.. ..... .,T,.v ARRIVAIS. Pebruftxy, 20. - Faarlaas, «ohooiwr, from , ,?; Byrine?. Fobrairy ll.-Lucy RJTTJI, schooner, froxa Sydney. February 13.-Maxy TSrsnt, schooner, from a*y*M?. 1 " ' ' ' DEPARTT/REa . PobnuÍTy IS,-Alisa Jam, Magsret, ind Storm Kinp, »cbooner», tor Sydney. February 14. -Kopton», ? schooner, - for Sydney. . ... j .. February 13.-Aguog' ITT lng, *., Captain Braoegirdle, iwr Sydasy. __

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The Late Glan Innes Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

The Late titan Innes Race v K - . '? Meeting. THE 'Examiner ' reports that at the settling, Mr. J. J. R. Gibson occupied tho chair, and after remarking upon tho - general success of the meeting os regarded the racing, proceeded to speak of the financial position of the Club, which' he regretted to say was in anything but a flourishing condition. Last year they jwere in prosperous circumstances, but, this Imceting had entailed a loss to the Club of £700, which he and a few others had become responsible for at the Bank. He was sorry to say the Club had not been supported by ;thé''. townspeople, and ' particularly . the ^publicans, and. very much feared the .£1000 handicap could not be repeated. After remarking upon other matters in reference ¡to the Club, the speaker resumed his Beat : amidst applause. ^ The Chairman ¡then, paid .over the. prizes: ... . - The ' Guardian ' reports-On Tuesday evening last a - Committee meeting "of ,\.'tb:e; Jockey Club" took place1 at the' "Telegraph Ho...

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The Electoral Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

I--~ thù Electoral BáL i IM ,the Legislative Assembly on f?6diiB*Äay, February 7 th, after the uïani&c'tioa ti ötnftr business,-^ Mr. RoBE&raOtf m&ved tho second reading of thé Electoral Bill. The present franchise would not be altered, but the bill proposed to bose representation upon population BO far as lt was possible to carry out that principle Under the ciro amatan ces of the colony. The. principle of vote by ballot waa maintained. It had been admitted by all parties that a new distribution of the representation of the people in the Assembly was desirable, and this would necessitate a rearrangement bf tho electorates. The bill would consolidate the whole of the law on the Subject of Parlia mentary elections, and this being so, a great many of its clauses would necessarily be copies of clauses already existing. He believed that the bill might, with very little amendment, be made an effective measure. The principals of it were, in the main, the same aa th...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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PRACTICAL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

1 ? 'TRÁCTICAIÍ RECIPES.', . '' FKWE PODDlNOi-Qno quart pf milk, three eggs, rix .tablespoonfuls of.flonn and<a little ?Balt^boke half brown.[,¡r.; ,,..:í, ,iS "^(.-J .. GREASE SPOTS.-To remove grease, spot« 'from'worsted brwbolien g'o'ódsj ' rub with dry .magnMia abd a' woollen cloth; ' : . ' , ' -JtriuiiiEs:-Two çiips;;of sugar, . twó eggs, I one cup of bitter,' two tablespoonfuls of sour milk, scant half teaspoonful of ealeratus.. CBÜÍÍSBS.-^ÍWO cups'of sugar, one of Bour milk, three eggs, ono teaipoonful of saleratus, three tablespoonfuls of melted butter,. SODA ..C&RE.-One cup .of sugar, ¡one table spoonful of butter, ono cup of sweet milk, two .eggs/' oho 'pint bf ' flour, oho and a half tea» 'Bpoopful of baking powderv

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Lismore Police Court. MONDAY, 12TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

; LisniWö-Pdiice C ' 7 , MONDAY, 12TH JFEBRUÀRY. <. 'Beforé H. S. ELMOTT Esq.; P.Jjfc.^kad,"\ A. M. GIRARD Eaij.j JÏPY. -. . * J. M. Hyain,i'»pp(j^d;<Iwrojrá;^^ië''¿eipcb' teharged with embezzling &-cheque ar f£3'19s 4d'-arid twó ¿El notes, the ° property <if the' Pcetmaster-goneral. ' . ? ' ~ The evidence of W.. Robb,. J. Baülió, and, E. Dean, was taken, but ia justice., to Iths, defendant, and the prosecution, we refrain from publishing'it until the examination ''ia concluded. '..;,.'.".''?' v?\ " " ?; ? .. Defendant' wa« vv reminded ; until-.: the iollowing day, aadjbaea.agai^ next,-for the -production.of further.evidence Mr. Allingham appeared for the defence.

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Woodburn. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] February 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Woodburn. - [rXOU OVX CORÄESFONBEXf.J * ' Febrvwy 13th. A ^ .PUBLIC Meeting wai held at, the Post Office bu the 29th ultimo, to take immediate steps td petition the Government to adhere tb the present boundaries as set.forth in tho .'Bill now' before the Parliament for the proposed Electorate of the Richmond. Á. Meeston, Esq., was unanimously, voted to tho chair and in a brief manner with well chosen words explained the object of the meeting. A .Committee was formed to draw, put a Petition, also a person waa appointed to collect signatures, tho committee bearing the' expense of same, and I am glad to be able to report that the petition . was. numerously signed, and sent on to Sydney.for presenta tion to the " House" by last Wednesdays (February 7th) mail ; I only trust tijat 'our Lismore and Casino friends have done likewise. ' * .. A case of Snake-bite occured in this locality last week. From particulars to hand I find , that a son of Mr. Hawkes ' was working for^ Mr; Henry Boker, ...

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Fun [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

" You put too much grease on your hair," said a boarder to his mistress, as ho gently relieved a ' silver : thread of its golden but ter.' ? v ? v ' JortN KlTTSir, of Illinois, claims to beflQ8 years old. . If that Kitten is, ever to be re-, cognized as a cat, it is »bout time he was at .lt.',,. . ,. .,- . , ' ; TUE EMTOU bf the Camden Advance is ab ¡sontat thoOentonaial, and the devil divides ' his time between editing the paper and court ing, a girl with seventy-fi ve cont bustle. ' ', ' BTBON wrote: "How sweet to hear ' the watcb"'dogs honest bark.", " from which we infer Byron never attended a midnight soci able in a farmer's: water melon patch'. 1 :: /AN INDIANA. MAN who saw bis wife fall off the bridge into a mill-pond, never hesitated -a moment about his duty, but with that noble impulse so characteristic of-.the, sex darted down the road and prevented any ibody f rom coming up to witness .the harrow- r Ung spectacle. .:, . , ); \ . , . " TnE FABSIEB who sent his ison, to-New...

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Casino. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) February 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

' Casino. - . v. {ñau ofà óoímromptt.) Ä PUBLIC Meeting was held in tho Court Hons«, Casino, on Saturday, evening last, at which résolu tiona were passed affirming the desirability of -petitioniug the government to. procoed as expeditiously as possible with tho proposed. . Post and Telegraph Office, the erection of a suitable Court House and Polios quarters, and the establishment, of a Court of Quarter Sessions. The feeling of. those present was very unanimous, and in point of numbers, intelligence, and respectability,-the assemblage wis very satisfactory. ; ' ' Tlie Committee for our Sohool of_ .Arts have just inaugurated another method- of raising the wind. . A Tea Meeting' is to bo hold on next Tuéaday evening, the comes tables for which are being kindly provided by some of the lady residents in tho town. The . foundation course (stone) of - our School of Arts, or rather a Reading and Committee Room, has been laid by" Mr.' "Henry Cox The building is td be of brick, with stone dre...

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Poetry WHO IS IT KNOCKS? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

..? V--.-. . rli r-i ?; '. i.:.'-; ' ' ii: ' J j'.;:, .ii .j WHO ISIT'KNOCKSP V.' ' ..iv* waón'sUps are thbBaí'Whó 'comes so' ?K\,'iàt??"-: i-,1' ", -'v; .',"::1 '. ' «'IiéJi mB Co'mo in'; tho door unlock." . :<"XiB midnight now ; my lonely gate {; I open to no stranger's knockt ' ' Who art, thou,? Speak.*' .«.«Men call nie Fame: ?-. ' "( ' ' To immortality I lead'; " :; '-' «pasa; idle phantom of a name." "Listen again, and now take heed: j .. 'Twa^'false. ¡Myñamos arqLove and Youth) "Why, God himself is young and .true," ,.' "Pass by,;' the, girl.I jthoughtall.trnth , Has Jong since laughed her, last adieu." " Stay, stay ; my names are Song and Art. ' My,Jpoet; now unbar thei door." ? ;;! ?> ? -'«'Love's dead. '. Song, cannot touch my heart; : .'..?.'.*.'.. ..?>.''..'?. /? .>¡-i.'! j .. Wy'giri's pet name I know np inore.'' ;j !.. ; *?PPen, them now ; for soe, I stand,' ' ¡ " JEticheB my nainèr-with gold-Hwith, gold , Gold and your girl in either hand:*' . ' : ...

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TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

I ARRIVE SYDNÏV- ' -.'-s-erf. January à,. J*nustyÏÏÎi VubiTwrysX,r. läeTvh. 28,-April ¡¡ST, May 23, June 20, July .18, August Í5j. September 12, .October 00, ¿Novoiab-jr, 7,. DtosmSwR . :. .-'f !---r-:sr j V j " c .;IiEATE.iSvi>îii;T-rr *-J. ; ;<j" :..--] January. 12,' Pépruàry 9,~ Már«h".-9, April «¿ May 4, June, 1,' Juno 20,J July .27 ,T August 24,. September .21, October; 14),; ISoveiiibcraii, ' De cember 14. . -J: «.;. îf? £r;;*;-:-¿-TI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

The Treasury, New' South Wales, ? 18th January, 1877. Contracts for the Public Service: FORAGE FOR THE POLICE. NOTICE is hereby given that TENSERS will be received at this Office, untU noon of TUESDAY, the 27th FEBRUARY next, for Jfur nishing .the Supplies undermentioned, in such qaun tities aa may be. required during twelve calendar months from the 1st APRIL, upon the conditions hereinafter specified. At the foot of every tender there muRt beya memorandum signed by the party tendering,, ana two responsible persons SB Bureties, agreeing to be responsible for tho due performance of the contract, in tho event of tho tender being accepted, and undertaking, in that event, that they will severally execute and deliver, within fourteen days, from the, usual notification of acceptance, a bond to Her Majesty for securing such performance,' otherwise the tender will not bc taken into consideration. ? No bond will be required if the whole supply will exceed in value £160. The tenders'to contai...

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1877. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

1877. :'- TI TM 33 ; TA. B ";' OF THE : ARRIVAI» AND ' DESPATCH OF : HAILS . AT ; POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ... ;,: _ ÁXRVTJíLB : FROM- . ' Alstonville and Ballina-MONDAY, 1-30 p.m. OAS ino-WEDNESDAY and. SATURDAY, 10 a.m. ? ICyñumboon-TUESDAY, 10 a.ni.,., . Tirrania-SATURDAY, .11*30 a, m. Wyrallah, . Woodburn, . Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY,-ll k.m. DEPASTURES FoBrjrr' . . Alstonville->and Ballina - SATURDAY, 10*30: a.TO. ' - _ ' ) - Casino^ÄJoHDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. '. ; Syñumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. . j . Wyrallah, -..Woodhurnj ? Gundurimba, - and Iluka-TUESDAY and^ SATURDAY,^ 1 p.m. ?> - _ . . .-.r-M - n: -. r-.,i? >r:*.-:---i> ? ' J -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

MARRIAGE.       SIMPSON — CARMONT. — On the 18th January, 1877, at the New Wesleyan Church, Windsor, by the Rev. Joseph Monahan, William George, fifth Son of Alexander Simpson, Wilberforce, to Florence Harriet, fourth daughter of Henry Carmont, Wyrallah, Richmond River.   BIRTH. McLENNAN. — On the 9th instant, at her resi- dence, Molesworth Street, Lismore, the Wife     of Mr. John McLennan of a Son.

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Aniversary Day in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

; * Aniveraary Pay iq" Sydney. - -j Wtó^o c*Vthe. above; ebé :3jdapy'corres poacVêrit of th* *' Grafton Examiner." says, The harbour was literally studded witb sail ! of every size and shape, from the tiny boat to i the giant fiag-shiq-the Nemesis, sister ship j to the celebrated St. Oäyth-whoso tapering I spars were gaily dressed with an unlimited display of bunting. Indeed the whole panorama was nothing but a constant waving of gay colours, tho white sail3 flitting here and there being the only relief to the joyous spectacle. The frantic ? snorting of our passenger steamers, contributing their usefulness in conveying a constant . Btream of pleasure seekers about, assisted in lending a charm to the full enjoyment of the sport, and may be said to f ona an agreeable way of viewing tho fine programme ' of raeeB submitted by the regatta . committee. Aowever, the principal feature in the- racing was the first appearance of Edward ' Trickett, the sculling champion, of the world, in a boa...

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A Parisian Dodge. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

A Parisian Dodge. . ' XAST _ week a ragged -man, having; the, ; appearance' of an itinerant 'musician,? and '?'-", -carrying a fiddle linderías apn, entered the v. shop ' of a Dork-Kutcher; *.anjd : called for .a , Balisage, ^? Whe£ -^hov carno *.'*». pay for it, ^../.fajiyiW!^ no money C^^^g^ßjf^i^^t^ag' his fiddle as a pledge, ^r^^^rrial 'è.'way to obtain some. Hardly - had Í£&>.^fÍe¿t.than a -well-to-do stranger entered the ^wfo'p'-to make some inquiries us to his way. "'" Ho ? perceives the fiddle on the counter, looks ¡ut .it, .takes it up, and cries excitedly, "WJiy, iit is-ft genuine Stradivarius ! X- will givè-you'600-francs for it!" " 1:can't ;Bell. it,"' ! replied the pork-butchor.;. "it does not "belong-to me, but has. been left hore for a few moments by the owner." " I'll give you 1Ó0O francs." ' Same reply. -The'-stranger «lowly and reluctantly lays.down tho precious instrument, gives the .pork-butcher his card, and saying that he will be found at the Gra...

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