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Fond of Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

rr " " .Fond of Be-raes. . -TsCBS- ü -a retired trainer, named - Long, residing on a small farm ia Alexaeda country, California, who lives for nothing eUe but the pleasure of being near hornes. He eats zueals in tho stable, oftentimes passes the - night in the saute.stall with a favourite pony, und among his equine pwt3 is a mare who whinnies iu auivver every time ho speaks to her. Tho most perfect understanding evi dently exists between Mr, Long and at least three out of the five horses in his stable. Two are recent additions, but oven in their «ase the saine affinity is seen in a lesser degree. The training of horses, their obedience, docility, and tricks in a circus, «re no novelty. All of us have seen a horse fire a pistol, stand on two legs, waltz, lie down with his trainer, and perform a hundred acts of sagacity, but these are simply the result of patient training and systematic correction. What Mr. Long claims is far more astounding. He asserts that, from a lifo.long intimacy...

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

Xiismore Musical Union. WEDNESDAY, 2 Int FEBRUARY*:- : ELEOTION--o£^jteli>rANEKT . OFFICERS I and COMMÛÛÏEE. REHEÂRSALat 8 I p.m. prompt.' ... .- _ ?; - . ." .-..'?'.*..' - WM. OSBORNE HARMAN; ": - Honorary; 8eor»tsry>;; Auotion '- Sale "of Cattle/ Horses, | . Saddles, Bte. SATURDAY; 17TH FEBRUARY: O. C. BRITT has reefcivrd Iristractiött« to Sell . by PUBLJOAUÇTIÔN, at Mr. DEAN'S TARDS, LISMORET^SB^J^VTUHDAY, . 17 tb FEBRUARY, at 2 o'clock! plSS 4 Milking- Cows and Caire», 2 Heifer«, 2 I Working' Bullera, 1 Mare ana Quinton - Foal; «nd in foal'to Blanket,. 2 Mareef ! quiet for Ladies or. Children, t Quinton Filly, 1 Mare, 2 Saddles. ' TEEMS-CABS. ;" - - ,--??>. Working Bullocks, Truck, Étc.j* SATURDAY; 1 7TH FEBRUARY, C. BRITT has rosoived Instructions from I vJr^_j^t. c. DHAN to Sall by, PUBLIC, AUCilOSB«*t^ls YARDS, Lbiulore, oh'S ATUR DAY, 17ta FEBIWARY, at 2 o'clock sharp,->?.?.? \\ Working Bullocks, 1 Truok, with' ^ Gear complete. Tlie Bullocks are in first-class co...

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The Broolkyn Theatre Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Aftfèfttâirf Joarfeeîs, Çjf the fem Fran claco. inLiJ, gitfo ííírtiifer particulars of the horrible tragedy which occured through the burning of the Brooklyn Theatre. The journals state that the dimensions of the awful calamity which has befallen the city of Brooklyn, and tho consequent loss of .life, hare not yet been rtJUisod. Enough is known, however, te make it certain that tho catastrophe ranks among the most fatal of the kind ever recorded. According to the statements of all parties who profess to know anything as to the origin of the fire, it began ou the stage. A piece of canvas, of which the trees, dec, were made, was broken from its fastenings and hung from the flies, immediately over one of the border lights near the centre of the stage. The canvas had begun to smoulder and the paint on it to crackle, and the carpenter .was directed to ascend to one of the grooves and remove the dangerous object. He could barely reach it with his hand and he drew it. hastily up. The rapid...

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

-?'?> - . COja SYDNEY. .. . î*> «-_ - .';J. . ; ?:. ., alHE' CLARENCE cad RICHMOND RIVES. « STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S | STEAMER-»- . ? . - " ÍBÁ:^L.IiííiA:;.-: . "WOf ra»' REÓtJLARtT between SYDNBX; and XJSMOKE, - teldng BikMcnmiw and .-Cargo, and affording' a mSakia of RAPID »nd SAFE'COM MUNICATION lwt-w&Mi. .thin River and tlw .. «ar. On¿ and^aiter-.'.th* »»t DECEMBER; J*« . KRBIOHT on MAIZE will W reduced ti J34: ?M. tu BAO. -' - I"»'.'-'.'"" . " " '' . ,. . :* JOHN WHITE.: . ' ...! ; ;" Secretary. ' Xhurramts^ at 8d. per lb., - . , "njï-' Orange *nd XamanPcel, in SínaU ^M»»,.;V ..¿i*'* Prime Dates, .' .. ». - ' - JtottleFruits, ? , ...:.\" ^ "jams, Marmalades, Confections. | Prime En^lishrOhoese, óEta^brn^Ereserved Meats; '. Christa^ Car dsin Great Variety JBor. than Very Hot Daya-WH1TÊ V;Í COATS, at 7s., will turn -toFieraeet ?T-B<iy.'» ' . ?.? .'? : .: >....>?» *Qu$<£¿;HÁT COVERS-A safo'Troteé-. ., 7 .f.ifióij ffoia Sunstroke. ".-"""....

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, February 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

LATEST TELEGRAMS. \Frtm th* Awtralian AuetHUéË Prut.). ' Sydney, Febril**? 16th. - yTho . Assembly IM pasted tíá third reading of tie Diatoms Bill The Municipalities Bill has bean further considered, and the debate on the clause providing for Lotus it adjourned. - The Custom« revenue . for January is largor than any corresponding period since «T the abolition of the ad valorem duties. Sparke won the Tasmanian Cup. . The weather is intensely hot in all parts o£ thé Colony. .. A1 terrific thunderstorm has occured at Melbourne, and two persons were killed by "'? ' lightning, and several building» blown dows. At the Sandhurst Cricket Hatch-Eng land versus Victoria, the former made 25Ü in their'first innings. ' - Malte, is firm nt 2*. lld. Three London liberal organs approved of ?S. - the attitude of the English Government oh the Eastern question: P<acn nerrotia - tiona hare been resumed betwt ta the Porte, and Servia, Turkey withdrawing the demand for a guarantee. Upon the mo...

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The [?] EVERY-DAY AILMENTS, AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

EVEKY-DA*Y: AILMENTS, AND HOW ... TO DEAL WITH THEM. ? Constipation.-Indigestion and Constipa tion lia afr'¡the root of.natnberlesB .ailments. Persevering and' [constant attention'tó tho laws .of health, to diet, ito- exercise,, and to : bathing;--will.. generally- mako ovory thing, right for a healthy person. .'ThOBO vrho:are unhealthy require,medical treatment. The habitual use of aperient /nodicines is most injurious, and only serves in the end to aggravate the mischief. Dr. Johnson used to say that he would as soon think of con sulting his portmanteau about what he waa io put into it as his stomach.. There are yery' few people nowadays, however, who could make the same statement ; and when Lonee a man hos waked up to the miserable consciousness that he possesses a liver, he finds that inattention to that, important organ is surely and speedily punished. In addition to the all-important attention to diet, exercise,, and bathing, the adoption of . either of the following methods w...

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Miscellany. MASONS' MARKS ON THE RUINS OF ANCIENT, ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

MASONS' -HAUKS ON THE BUINS OJ? ANCIENT. HOME. It is ' only in the last year or two that we have been able tó trace ont the exact line of tho Walls of aaçipnt'"Bomb, as built! by the kings; and.this has Beeb owing to tho building of the new. oity and tho excavations mada for that purpose by tho British and American Arohroologipal Society's Exploration Fund. The 'marts found upon stone buildings of all dates in.various parts of the .world aro.'those of the masons or builder«, who wore from tho earliest times banded together in guilds, none being -. admitted without-serving a specified time jthese again, ' according to their ability, were divided into different classes, consisting of Apprentices, Fellow Crafts, Master Masons, Mark Men and Architects, as distinct as tho laborers,. or mon .who carried tho materials. The bands, guilds or lodges were presided over by tho most" competent, forming a brotherhood, and as such existing down to the seventeenth, century. .Many of these lodges ih...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, February 17, 1877. LIFE ASSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

Tulamore,' February 17,1877. LIFE ASS CJBANCEf ^ THE great ^advantages : of Fire,;Ljife,; and Marine, Assurance have been brought .very proniinently before .the general publi^fórmány years 'past, y means, of lectures, articles, and advertisements in- the, Pressa and other ways, while athe';results: haye so far been .attended with a large amount of . success, especially in the Fire department against which every sensible person endeavors to provide for,-knowing that in the event .'of loss, his goods and, household godsi'can Jbe replaced. We-are sorry to say> howèverytliÂt the other .contingency-;loss of life, ¡ is but poorly ^proyided for" in^ jmany of the outlying' districts of'T'this Colony, as Life Assurance*is E sub ject that many do. notvunderstand, while the terrors '. of undergoing ja medical examination leads'niahycin].o the fatalistic idea-that they tare, sure to die soon after the insurance is effected,-forgetful, at .the same time of the fact, that making pro vision for...

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The Open Column. NEWTON BRIDGE, LATE BROWN'S CREEK BRIDGE. TO THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE BRIDGE, AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

NEWTON BRIDGE, I.ATE BROWN'S CREEK BRIDGE           To The Subscribers TO The BRIDGE, and THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. Gentlemen,-From three to four years ago     I got aubscrip tiona from you, with the promise Iront-- the Honourable the Minister for "Works that it should be supplemented. This, however, has never been done, not through any fault of mino ; and in conse quence only local subscriptions h a Ve been used., to do tho work. The amount of srubecriplious paid up £65 has been èzpended, «nd nearly aa much more has been paid out of . njy oiyn" pocket ; no aid having been gitan ^onV the government as stated by the Richmond River Express ' in it« last   isstte. ' The cost up to the present time has fee^n-jCl lá. The amount received up to the ÇtÇsent timo £65. Balance paid by me £50. Ko bridge is in working order, . but much snore .requires to be done, I dp not think the auk-scribai-s...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

:--:-:- ? - i Local and General News. N f^r FEPTTB.-;Iu ruferonco tn tia article rm .the tibove in our lost issue, it is pnopoáud to hold a meeting of persona ^interested at tho Court House, lismore, at 4 o'clock on Monday after noon noxt, when soine " Fruit Gossip" Viii be indulged in ; and alt cou atty and other friends ure invited to attend. As dbxuring. the humble origin of one of the most flourishing of tb« Queensland Agricultural Societies wa may quot« the foUining :--Speaidng at the Fanners' din uer, at Toowoomba, list weet. Mr. Gritoin said that it was just fourteen years ago tiiat soma half-a doten parsons met together in a room to en deavor to form this society, and succeeded in starting the present one. In 1882 the first exhibition under its auspices was held, arid that there were just 145 exhibits. I», was in that year that the historical -cabbage remark was usda (that the Darling Duwnä would not grow a .cabbago). and it was made in his hearing. The singular part of the ...

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The Naturalist. MY STARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

.' My,'. ls.TA;K¿Í»TG.V. \.\ ', I , \ '-11 ITEL1 very lonely now 'cônes my starling is gone.' I could not bear to look upon his empty cage,' his bath, and plaything?, so l have had them all Btowodaway; trat the i bird will dwell in my memory for many a day; .The way ia which itbat starling.man aged to insinuato itself into my heart and , entwine its affections with mine, I can nover .rightly tull; and it is.only, ¿now when it is .'gone that -f, really know bow much it is. possible îor.n human being to')love a little .bird. tThblitÜo<jreaturQwa8riearIyjalway8 "with mc, talking to me', whistling tonie, or" even doing miEchief in a smallway, to amuse' mo; and it' was often/tho'very best relax-"' ation l could' havo had, to throw ' down my; pen^atraigth'en my back, arid have' a romp .with-Dick. ";?' >>??'??'-h::! i.C-ill';.- j ; ;i . The' rearing of a neflt"of-starlingS'isal.; .ways a difficult-task, and¡.I found-it peon liarly BO. In fact ono young BtaHing would requir...

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Science. LATEST NEWS FROM THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

LATEST : ÑEWSj FROM''.'. TUE "süíj^ ? ? There'aie notrnahy'peraons living who, - witíi the reverend Director bf ithe: Obser vatory1 of ibo Homari' Colleg'oj-'^can;'Iay> .claim to have, minutely examined fhp.f ace. bf the sun'every day f pr the past teri ¡years. ' Father Secchi; nibreoyerj -as'an. Astronomer -is the jieer of Lockyer, Huggins¿b'rïohng, and ns such his conclusions-ard .worthy'Of: ? the highest respect; His -new ' edition " on ibo sun which;haB lately been published iii ' Paris, embodies tho results.of his niost re- - cent . investigations,- as ' well'..as of those .which-have:extended oVer longrfjeriods of íiméi' and honca ifc'mny ibo-regardedas pub1 of the 'latest dicta of science regarding tho ? physical- constitutions of our'-lwninary. ;? ; ? Father-Secchl's theory bf the, sim-spots is that' .thev^arer phenomena of "eruption. They; result from, the upheavals,*winch take place in tlie. solar mass, anil form, in the-photosphere" or-Sun-^ous-"envelope, 'cavities mor...

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Sumour. COUNTING THE CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

COUNTING THÉ CHANCES/- ,7, j'JFhé PittsburghT3ÍBpátclr p&iM.1^^Mol [lowing :-f-A young.man,pf" busuie'BS-lik< ,habita..!an'd a calculatingtiu-n/r'bf,- niind . descendant, of a/father of similarch/arapter reserved'a visit frpm'ftlibauthor ! of his 'be ling.; ;jVÍ^Ue'iheTMw«^/attí^^ge&'er }i the evening, the old mau saki, ! ; '., f'TheöphiluB, riry/sbii, lemme flee,',you'r< 'getting, well sWckeri'in years^-rgetting 01 to twenty-seven next grass'; time you' wer« thinking of "marrying and settling 'down." 1 ", Well, father" replied the'ybung'man ," I líávb given ' 'thé bubject '; 'cónsíderabh 'thpuglit,' and,' 'after'nihture ' délibération 'hove 'concluded!to.allow.myi'eártJtó"bea 'alone rfor .one pr 'two ' estimable*\ybún£ 'femaleaof ; my acquaintance;".' '. ' -'"";?' ' \ '' Arid 'who be they ?" . asked , the' oh 'gentleman.:, ~ ' .,'*' " '* - V . 1 "' '' ~ "' " One is the daughter of ah ex-rp'vbnu< official. She is not a girl of experie...

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CHAPTER II.—AT HIS GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

, CHATTKÍÍ IL-ÀT UIS OATES.! J J« ,Tho journey into SotnorBotahiro naalong, fari'djEatiguing, though thtyoád Jayiüiroiigli,, a land full bf suhimor ibbaufcy.' It Waa tho,. Groat Bath road;'famous for its danger, íromTééntlaindúíóf tho.DicfcTuípm/brood.! .Sir/jasper lbllodVih his chariot,1" and tossed: over the"paporp, and.iyawned ^ilittlo over, i tho loat-.vbluiiibof fashionable poetry;-the i ÄudosttAiilution of > Popo Tuna Gay^andv slept1 ö-gbod desi,' dnd'.oafoäsod^Sobnstian. It-wus ' fin? dry'-weatnó'r,Vw«ibb '? prbihiBed ??well-,'for'''the"'harvest, but was''somewhat [exhausting for'humanity.-. Sir jasper's t 'fa'ny.BuifwaB.'iñ no,-»vise4oo!cool..'.'. - " 4 If Td iybrrVtho'dauiask','-! should ha beeri;8uffbcátéd¿' lié said.'/-' Sebastianendured;tho heat' árid'ifatíg of thci journey >vith an admirable potion He sUi'red-.puc pf- tho .windo w, with lils I tongue hanging . languidly out pf one si of: his mouth .-and great .brown "ey.es cc tomplotive of the land «cape.. He slep...

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The Novelist. SEBASTIAN. CHAPTER I.—A FINE GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

'? SEBASTIÁN . v!.í: -¿ ; !,; By the author of f Lady Audley's Secret;'' eta. ? '. ; CHAPTER A.-VÍKK , GENTLEMAN..,,: Wu KN Sir Jasper Lydford carno homo from - 'the grand tour, lie: brought withi'hHn,|bo-¡ ' ?' Bides1 a largo and1 various'? collection1 ot. ' cameos, intaglios, mosaics, and other trum pery palmed' u'pWíiim ¡b:y| astuto' foreign traders', two living' trbasurbs, of ! which he ' : was, justly proud. ' I'hp first',>vas Florio ; Benoni, his Italian valet'jj'tha second was \ ? ' 'S^astfani',h'is;favouriiç .^¿¿Tf^^^ntíñal bf ? ,,,tlio'Mel .St. 'Bernard breed, .purchijsod by. ' y Sir. Jna'per^at'.thd.hbapi'tál iii the ihountains; -r¡".yrhó'i^/.hoi..líad:1 spent, a 'night. witJi: inuch '-. satisfaction to.. himsolf and : tho fnpfiks', ? .wliosocourtesioshohnd acknowledged with ? i,becoming liberality, ¡if-; .!..;.'. . -m , ... SirJasper was fourth baronet'of .a good ,:old Somersetshire' family, and. the owner, of 'nflno dátate between Porlock'an'd Wiver. ? liscomb. " 'It ...

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WHY IS THE SEA SALT? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

!\ ' '"'WEY.ÎS THE'SEA SALT f According to ' Professor Cliapinan,'_ pi ? University ; College,. /Toronto,. tho obied of the salting of sea water is to regulate ; evaporation.- ' This BUggestibn'doesnotan ¡ swer tho questidii'j 'why; of by! what cause 1 'tho sea'b'ecbnie salt ; 'but it assumes' to 'teU us wherefor bi 'for,what object the' sea ie ! salt. . The causo bf. tlie'saltness'should be answered'first ; and if, after1 we'haye' as certained this, it is proved that the salting ^accbniplislios a secondary Ultímate purpose, 'Üíb" other question' arises."' But!wo believe I ^h'atju careful cbhsideratibn of the- Profés ¡ apr's ' hypbthésis ;will iqùickly expose ito fallacy. ' -i!1 ''. - ' '.'?. . - . ; - lu' 'the first plate; then, the sea is-salt ai a simple and necessary, consequence of thc fact that it' must contain tho soluble inattei which ' the, fains'haye; washed, out; pf the .most exposed portions bf the earth's, crust; and wdiich tho rivers'have Carried, sind ore still' carry...

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The Sketcher. THE DEAD CITY OF IS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

?'? THE DEAD :CITY OF IS. .' ? : , The Story of Is may ho found- in ono J ? form or another in almost every book on ÏBrittany, nil giving substantially tho saine ;-? '.-accounts, resting principally on tlio popifl.lr'. r;~ traditions. \ ,. . . s . .T. *. f'i 'Built in the Vost-basin, which to-day >.-;! forms tho bay of DouBnenez,' and separated -from.thoisca by' a dike;-was the ancient ir-,n,CStyi'.of'il8.,--"-ln.;tho dike wero BIUI'COB Lflirwhich i-f rom timo to time -were - opened ^/-sufficiently^ - tb- -admit enough water for . -? oltíaning thc drains and ptherwiso cleaning ¡- ' -tho oityv ;-Eing 'Gradlbn,; a well-beloved . -'.'.-monarch, rulcd-here, ¿ind ¿nco each month . presided in person nt tho opening, of tho. sluices ; the principal one was opened by a silver key, which, tb'e King always^ wote fastened .around his necki >.:-.»_" lt Was ii splendid Court 'that'. King Gradlon presided.ö^af,.and- tîie.îpagnifi cente Of hid capital was tho wonder or {he. country. The roya...

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CHAPTER IV.—BENONI'S DOOM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

i" 1 , "GHAPTBK IV.-DKNÓNl'S' DOOM. f f. the first timo, within .his memory tho suiri-' iupñs,was" unah8werédl, A man ao'customed to very perfect service is prono to becbmo exacting ; ami Slr. [Jasper felt this' present' inattention ,ii positive injury/[ , He fang haiE-a-.clpzen sharp BussqssBivo'p'eals which mado a clmnpur.in tbo.b'rnpty. ecjjpmg.gal-. lory ; and presently carnotlip housekeeper's scrub-abuxprngirl, with a broad gnn','.arid . a strong. Spmera'etshiro dialôctç-and. stood', on tho threshold far too frightened nt tho fine gentleman to. think of - entering'tho room...... ' '..['. ., 1 ',,..' . ',, 'Whore is.Florio?' asked' Sir, Jasper, - impatiently: disgusted iit thisibarb'arous ap-, paritionl ' I want m'y servant'.1. ' ,' ' ,': . .Tho girl.explained, in,'n tongue that was almost like, an unknown language to' Sir\ Jaspor,'tliát: 'juster .Benonhy', was''ill in! ¡bed, and doeply¡rogrétíted liiB inability to' attend,Iiis mustert that morning.' ." '' ' , J . ill I'cried. S...

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CHAPTER III.—THE MIDSUMMER RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

'? CHAPTER . III.-THE MIDSUMMKK ÍIKNTS.' Sir. Jasper. sèh£for Iiis iond-steward earl; next morning, arid f riinldy''told him lie wa' [a. pauper. , ; ' . . ,' . ._'.'.. Ypü.niüst got me tho Midsummor rent .without an hour's delay ; ho said. '.'*>, . j/rmpossible !'..' prhd MivDibber!.' ' Th '. tenants iiovor.'pay,.tlioir Midsûniihër rent till pretty'clo.so uppn.Michaolinas 1' ., Ánd then he gave a dozen good agricul tura! reasons; why, {lie farmers sliould .bi . accorded : this much grace. . . j ' I don't .dare a .rush for their cattle, o: their .pigs. ;or.,,their;"cider,-, or their corn, replied-Sir Jasper;,',' .'I've- lost all my'monej ,at ITaro, and 1 must have some more to gt on with.,-, I,outgoing tp. Paris next \yeek ;to seo tho now ;kin'g.jand queen;'. . ' . "¡ Benoni was .prqsentiiût jthis conversation .and Jorrt' an aïfeniivri eSK". .Mr. .Dibber, the ste\ydrd,, prumised;ÏP dü'; ins/best with, thc ten ants;,-parly- OB.,it,, was-"in the quarter. Thom wqro somBvWpalthy'fanii...

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 17 February 1877

January 12,-February 9,¿March 1>ri April 6,: IVIay 4, June 1, June 29, July. 28; I August-25,.: September. 22, October 20, November 17, Dt*; comber 16. ; . ... . . ; . ;.: I ? ? - LEAVE SYDNEY--:¿ January 22, February 19, Marett 19, April My May 12, June 9, July 6, August 3, August 31; September 30, October .28, . November .25,-De cember 23. .. .

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