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TUESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M., and J. STOCKS, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

' " p Boforo JH." S. ELLIOTT; Esq., VMiJ and . J -." - .-íj! STobics,:Esq., J.Pl »I . . " ' . 'Jr^^Hyam^appenved on remand:- but tn« r'^vsolicitorfor the"iproseeution*^aud tho-' repre ;'..» ^aentativëii of . tho^Ppstansito^énerâl (Mrs V;.-.'Davies) "not beihg.in attendance ; tlie bearing ."_*: Sóí the caso, was remanded1 until -.3 o'clock.- .. ~ -'': ..';'-?? -.S.Í - AFTERKOON^ITTINa. ^ , - .. ' * iot''B^ore^¿^.:.Bi^%ñ,;Esql, P.M. ; and ""' ' , . ^SÏ^b^KS, Esq., J;P. . " ir:,: ,¡The"Police"Idá^strate read a. telegram * from 'Oûsinb,' s^'^g,'!Uiitt ';Mh--Do.vies, who * WM.'.in',possèssi"ôn;o£ the " instrument" (the cheque^ «j^^ieU the action was founded) ; would "be unable" \ to '/reach Lismore,; from ... ? .. Casino, until ' t&morröw,' and - under those -. circumstances he thought it "would bo better ,'"_.iq. adjourn the case 'until to-morrow. v 'Mr. :E. W, 'Allingham who appeared.for ? ? "the'.defenco, stated :that ho .would consent tô c. .the.,adjournment until J O o'clock...

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE STBMET January 12, February 9, March 9, April 6, May 4, June 1, June 29, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 20, November 17, De- cember IS. LEAVE SYDNEY January 22, February 19, March 19, April 14, May 12, June 9, July 6, August 3, August 31, September SO, October 28, November 26, De- cember 23.

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Poetry. ON A SPRIG OF HEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

ON A SPRIG OF HEATHER. MKS GÉANT, the author of the following verses, waa born in 1754. Besides verse, aha wrote several able and interesting prose works, her Letters from the Mountains, and Essays on the Superstitions of the Highlanders, displaying' a lively and observant fancy with considerable powers of landscape-painting. Her writings first drew attention to the most striking and romantic feature!1 of the Scottish Highlands, afterwards so »fertile a theme for the genius of Scott. FLOWER of the waste ! the heath-foul shuns For thee the brake and tangled wood To thy, protecting shade sha rana ; Thy'tender buds supply her food; Her young"forsake her downy plumes,' . To rest upon thy opening blooms. ? Flower of the desert though thou art ! ! The deer that range the mountain free, The graceful doe,'the stately hart. Their food and shelter seek from thee ; The bee thy eariest blossom greets, " And draws from thee her choicest sweets. Gem of. tho heath 1 whose modest bloom Sheds beauty...

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

' CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ÁBRIVE . . Clarence Uiver Heads-Monday and: Thurs- day, 6 a.m. ?Iluka-Monday ami Thursday, 7 a.m. . Woodburn-Monday' snd ,Thura¿ay, 6 p.m., and leave for. Lismore on Tuesday and Friday, 5-30 a.m. - ... ... . .' . ' Wyrallah-j-TueBday and Friday, 8;30 ari». Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday, 10-15 a.m.. Lismore-Tuesday and Friday, ll o.m. DEPART- . Lismore-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday sad Saturday, 3 30 p.m. Woodburn-Tuesday.sad Saturday, 7 p.m., and leave for Clarence Heads on ea Wednesday sud Sunday; at 6 a.m. .' .Huk^Wednésdçiy sad"Sunday, 4 p.m. , Clarence Hea'ds^Wcdn'esday. and Sardrday, ?{?.p.m. - _ . _;'.""..?'! J. M. HYAM. Postmaster.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

The Treasury; New South Wales, 18th January, 1877. . Contracts for the Public Service. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE. "TVjOTICE la hareby given that TENDERS will -L^* bs received, at this Office, until noon of TUESDAY, the 27th FEBRUARY/ next, for fur nishiiig-.the Supplies' undermentioned, in such qaun titioa as may be required daring twelve calendar months from the 1st APRIL, upon tho conditions herrinafter specified. At the foot of every tender there must be a memorandum signed by tho party tendering, and two responsible persons ns sureties, agreeing to be responsible for thc due performance of tho contract, in the event of the 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 bo taken into consideration. No bond will be required if the whole supply will exceed in value £160. The tenders to ...

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War Cries. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

War Cries. THE Sub's.--Thank goodness ! there's a rippl&J on Stagnation at last. . ^-^¡¡fi^^^' Here l am in &*Jf£Zùto, when I ought .jl .^aeKl Marshal's.-This infernal gout ^re^Ive some onè a leg up [ over my head 1 jo**' The Boy's.-Mother darling, let . me be a sailor 1 The Maiden's.-Awfully nice-r-my. love will be a captain soon 1 .:-v The Nurse Girl's.-Oh my \. who's^tog.p1 theperambuiator now ¿..Tho JluIhonMt's.^2| liât / gameí^-to^pe^OTeqí ñextí " t , ' ^ Tho Army Contractor's.-Hero's luckl Bring up those jackets which were cast m the Crimean war, and the saddles we could not get rid of. in'72. The Tailor's.-Confound it ! Dun those boys at once, before their reigments are ordered off. . ???>.-.,. Tho Man's who imagines ' the British Empire consists of London and the adjacent provinces.-What has England go to do with it? . . The Parson's.-Ah I my Christian friends, there will be no peace as long as war continues ! The Old ' Maid's.-H-Isn't it dreadful 1 We mig...

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The Sun 2000 Times Hotter than a Furnace. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

The Sun 2000 Times Hotter than a Furnace. Os no one of the unsettled questions of science is there so wide a discrepancy as in respect to the values set on the actual heat of the. surface of the sun. Estimates have been furnished by Herschel, and Seechi that place it at 10,000,000-; by Ericssen at 4,000,000- ; and on the other hand by French physicists of repute ,,,at!'â;:point little over that of a blast fui-nace-say 1S00- centigrade. This is a monstrous discreprancy for skilled experimenters. The difference in results depends upon the mode of working thc problom, and the assumption involved. The large estimates come from following Newton's law, that temperature increases as radiation does. The smaller estimates come from applying Dulong and Petit's law,. in .which temperature is a function of radiation; a function that reaches its practical extreme when it is pushed beyond a temperature of 2000. Strange to say, the direct and simultaneous comparison of the sun's heat and that from...

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

^^n^^p"'OE "ÉÑGXANÍ)Ï""SERVICES. *^r»t^und«&» Month-^Casmo, at ll «»m^ - -7 -30 p. m.; Gun«urihib>, at-8^,m^^s5SecB Second Sunday in each-Months^ a m EoBehill, ff^p if^Y-Ballina, at ll -am», and 3 pinv.;p.I>ilot "Station,.at 7:30. p.m.- ? -? ?. ?. i. Third Sunday in «ach Month-Casino, at ll. -,- "a.m.:';-Tomki, at 3 p.m. ; Casino, at7-o'0 p-m-.; Woodburn,-at jll a.m. ; Coraki, at 3. , Ip-m-'; Wyrallah, at 7.30, « :. - Fourth Sunday ltieach Month-Lismoro,-vat--ll > .;.s¿m- i Wilson's Ridge, at . 2:30 p.m. ; Duck -Crook, at 5 p.m. ; Ballina/ ¿at ll a.m., V - and 3.p.m.,- .;. r i. Fifth Sunday-The Tweed and tho Stations, ^ HENRY PORTER B. A.i *jZ'"'~~~ ' ' ' F. R." NEWTON, Assistant Curate.i'

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A PUGILIST SUPPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

A PUGILIST SUPPRESSED. Ho was a small man, but .' a perfect re- servoir of b'qour and language. From nine o'clock until eleven oclock on Satur .doynight.'he carried an eye full of blood about Danbury. He brought'up finally in' front pf McGoflin's saloon, awed by his prowess. Ho was perfectly willing to meet anybody and "whale lightning, but of him," but what ho particularly craved was the presence of that man in all Dan- bury who cherished an impression that ho could.lay him out. " Where's the man who thinks he can lay me. out?" ho screamed/ Then he would yell : " Whoop !" as a sort of post- script, and spring up into the air. The crowd .stared at bim in dismay. He was rwilhbut doubt, what lie claimed to be-" A regular snorter." He had just delivered.the challenge and P. S., and was jumping backwards end squaring off at ten thousand men at onco, when Steve Irving appeared, on his way homo with a basket of groceries. . . Stove is a broad-chested man,, .and. of a height that would, ma...

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A Good Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

A Good Idea. AM ingénions pamphlet has-been written by'a German on improvements in war. Believing that war is but a 'natural outbreak of the pent-up forces of humanity, which must from time toi time occur, ' he proceeds to show that its horrors are in great measure due to the injuries inflioted on peaceful "civilians by a wanton destruction of life and property; -War, he maintains, if properly conducted,' should in ho way affect non-' combatants/ except in so far 'as' they must suffer, by reasonof ' "bereavements; and moreover, much may be done to make it less disagreeable "' to. actual' combatants. With this view, he suggests that some neutral territory be " set . aside . by the Eurojieaj}, . Powers and devoted entirelyjto blocdoí^f'" No fighting is, under any jv^^-^*'v?"^úecl8 to take place out of t>f ^atever, is to be fitted up fbr^-í territory, ^which orate fashiop " wafm, ^îf ^.ejab school fj^"7 There a" to be a training-,, and Ja#^ nurses, a college foç. ^^9^-. j, ¿^r^rge h...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

, . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . I * The Eov-HUGH LIVINGSTONE wM^DîV^; CASINO-On: Sunday, . February' 'ÏÎhf'*at íí" . a.m.*ñ£d;7£.m¿ ^ Ooráki^:on'Sunday, 12ÜJ, VÍ«ÍT iat4lO;S^ía.TO;,*;^a;'Wó'bábtón, same <lay, ~".v¿; nt.3."p.iu..<; Lismorp,' ori^Sujiday, February Z^ÍÍÜ^^^^'^V^> ^ÍP^^^^^0 'doy* oílsí V;p.ni.v; "Oamño;Fobriiáry.-Sith, at ll s2míf> ?%* ouand at.7;..p-FÎ ;Jpnraki, Mayoh 4that-10«3G fc" r-a,tn{Wcodb"urn, 3. p'.'i¿ ' ' v V ¿.¿a» "BÄ^JAMES BONTHÖENE ^uírc^g;* « w«cí,'i:i¿it - cpsêaghT-jj- , -*-»-"-? ¿ /i'TO.OEBUBN-^SuPday,25th,v at ll o.m., S,p;jaj*:ând at""WyrAllàh, nt7 p.m. "'f

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Jerusalem as It Is. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

Jerusalem os It Is. A TRAVELLING correspondent of the/' S. M. Herald, " says,--So that really, after all, a feeling of sadness and disappointment-is uppermost when ? leaving, after a fortnight's stay at these holy places. The Mon of Sorrows wept over Jerusalem in lier days of lingering glory and when David's country- men still possessed some semblance of power. It needs no extraordinary sensibility for the Christian traveller to shed tears afresh over the miseries of Jerusalem to-day, when he sees its neglected condition, and the Jews shut out from a eight of the Holy of. Holies, or a touch of David's tomb. It is not so much to be lamented that the holy places are profaned by the feet of infields ; one has rather to be thankful that armed Turks keep the Moriah rock and prevent squab- bling and desecration. The strifes and the. misplaced zeal of Christians seem to reach their climax here instead of being, hushed before the. Presence. The sight of each sect fighting for a holy place, ...

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AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFF OF DISRAELI. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

AN INCIDENT IST THE .LIFF OF : ;. DISRAELI. Bnt there are certain passages in MrDis. raeli's careee which are not models of imita- tion, and which Buggest a branoh of courage iu which Mr. Disraeli occasionally showed himself deficient-the courage of admitting the truth. The world has well nigh for- gotten th« charge brought againstMr.Stuns tield in 18Gt, of being privy to the Grego conspiracy against the Emperor Napoleon, but few political event have created greater excitement for the time. It had been stated without any attempt at proof that Greco had addressed letters to Mazzini under aa assumud name atMrStanford's private resi- dence and the conservatives used this for party purposes with unscrupulous virulence. It has always been Mr.Disraeli's boast that he was a party-man and he sought to damage the Government of which Mr. Stansfield was a member by an outrageous attack on Mazzini, in that exaggerated veiu which waB freely described as "mountc bankish" till Mr. Disraeli's coura...

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The Northern star. Lismoro, Februery 24, 1877. The Late Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

r ^Listnor^-^Faböuary-S'l,-1877. - _ The Late Public Meeting. _ '.THROUGH the coui-tes|-sof~the~ Honorary 'Secretary (Mr. W. "O. Harman), ?wo- àre* Petitions ^adopted-by. the Committee, and forwtu'dedlast "wèèk *to the BB vera! heads of the Departments, for whom they J WeröT intended, and- -we have much pleasure in' publishing the same for'.the information of the public.' JWe also,.publish the. Petition' presented' last-week "by"Mr; S." "AV. j Gray,, -31.EA^~ against the" "alteratioffiof.* the, boun-* darïës"- of . the?, proposed: _>Richmond j River -^Electorate. :'. '*r?'v_: j ei\ To His Excellency: Sir Hercules Robinson, Qoreraor -of~'the Colony-o£>.-Hew ' Southï "Wales." " ^.H¿¿ " '**' **-- ' |?áf Bi- ri .MAY IT PLEASE-Yoira, EXCELLENCY,-At a meeting o£ the inhabitantso£vrthe-township jofJusmore, held at the Court House, on the 28ch day of January,, 1877, it was .unani- mously VesolyfedMthat 'a memorial luider the; fhand. o£r -the; Chairmau of -such - meeting,', bi. sent - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

cb'rp' Publio Apology: sra IHEREBY bog töÄPOLOGISE to ,Mr. J. ' BL HYAM for having made certain' Sta^è'-' monts derogatory to his Character, and " hereby atate.to theOPublic in|;genoral /that NO FOUN- DATION exists for. unfounded Statements made and further,"Mr! Äyain has always been most obliging and kine},, aria 1'" haye over found, him honorable andstraie^tfoiwärd. . . .: Pated.at Lismor6T20th]February, 1877. "-;;";'.''- D. G. ROWLANDS, . Surgeon.«.; Witness-E. W. AXUKOBASI, Solicitor, . '-y ,, SPENCER COTTEE, Lismore. . ' lismore Mutual Improvement ' . Society. -¡ SATURDAY, 24TH FEBRtTARY, 1877. TCBATES,-" Tho IfWr'of -Punishment vi /?s^>o Biope of Reward." '?'.'Would the Iri po_^$.n of the Town'.be Beneficial ?" WM. OSBORNE HARMAN, ... , Honorary Socrotaty." .' Medical " "NTotice. "T" ^n"SÑ^lá^D 'being., frequently t^jBiiJjfl^j«fflffiff&tp h^incpnvenienco^,'-<aid to e JW¿fS^¿^"^^<,'Í¥'?H. injury to hiBr vtSSí^^m^íÉmBp^mfí^^^i^<iVi own...

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The Family Circle LOCAL DISHES AND HOW THEY ARE MADE.: [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

LOCAL DISHES AND HOW THEY ; . ABE MADE. : '* WILL you not tell us what amuses you so much, Bertha?"said Frank, osha saw.his sister laughing over her book. " Yes, I must indeed," said Bortha. '* I am reading the account of an American minister that papa was telling us about. It is very interesting, and he is a very clever and original man. I was amused at the way in which ho talks about oatmeal por- ridge." " "Oatmeal porridge!" Baid "Prank. .'IB not that rather a queer subject for a min- ister to discourse about ?" ". Perhaps it is," said Bertha. " You see, this gentleman was not born in America. He went out there from some part of York- shire, and in his yonng days hu used to eat porridge--" . : " And I suppoao ' the light of other days' illumined every basinful of that most ex- cellent preparation that ho.carao near," said papa, joing in tho conversation. " It is al- ways so. I have been amused many times tosoe bow people really appear to love dishes that are peculiar to tho part ...

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The Naturalist. THE RADIATA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

. .The zoological clans termed tbo;radioio waa comparatively unknown' until, within the past century« and,its species were consi- dered ;fct> be^cpnnootinjr, links ; between tho, ¡animaJ, and vegetable kipfrdom, beingknown .os,, zophytes ; .and* Ianmiuij- deanes, them', aa " CoiripbBit animals'which appear to rank between animals and vegetables ; though they are trae animals, and possess sensatioi and voluntary motion." The radiata are entirely aquatic, and an mostly marine. They are divided into thr«-< classes. These are-1, Polyps-^sea ane monea, nearly all the eural»», etc. 2, Aca lepbs-jelly fishei-, medusa;, portuguese men-of-war, etc. 3, Echinoderms-sea cu cumbers, star-â^hMSfuriiinids, etc. The structural plan of all the polj.pa i< so nearly similar "that a single illustrator will answer for all, although they diflV>i greatly? in-size, shape, and minute particu- lars. Let us suppose an orange with a amar portion of the stem end removed, and a hob de...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

LISMORE. ARRIVALS. February 19. ?- Fearless, schooner, .:irom^ OF^räärv ia~M»rgiivöt Jano, schooner, with. ''?12*0^- x^'cedtuí- 200D-feët%eech,-'29,000 ïeot. ^T^BÎtrâ-n^^ancy-^^ xüthJßJXXL /PtlaV pine, " 6000 foét ' tíécchr and- 65¿000 feet «cd«. for. Sy3ntiyTr r- '.J n --^ói^uy-S2^-rr,Jabboraodr,_B,,_lvath 60,000_ ft*rt--«iHio,»37.. baa», maize ;_^and Rob; Boy, -*i'>àâ«r..wjtli SS loga pino,; and 6000 feet sawn ,^<wdar^for Bjdney.- ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

BHippiira. FOR SYDNEY. rrtHE CLARENCE and EICHMOND HIVER JU. 8TEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S 8TEAHEÄ-r JOHN MAGEE, Master, , Will ran REGULARLY between SYDNEY «nd LISMORE, taking Passengers and Cargo, and affording: a maana of RAPID and SAF£ COM- MUNICATION between thia Uiver and tba Metropolis. V ? On and after the Irt>»ECEMBER, tba FREIGHT on MAIZE will bVrednoadto Si. Gd. per BAG. ^ 1 , JOHN WHITE, . . Secretary.' STORES. A ÍÍEREIE CHRISTMAS I Aim A HAPPY NEW TUA» I I 1ST OW ON HAHD Onrrants, at 8d. per lb. Muscatel and other -Raisins, Orange and leemon Peel, .. Jordan Almonds, 3Figs in Small Boxes, .... Prime Dates, -Bottle Fruits, " Jams, Marmalades, Confections. Prime English Cheese, Ramornie Preserved Meats, . Christmas CardsinGreat Variety For ' these Very Hot Daya-^WHITE GOATS, at 7«., will turn tté Fiercest R*y. - ..' XA- .' Quilted HAT C0VER8-¿A safo Protec- tion from Sunstroke. . . -Napier. SUNBRIM8 protect the Eye» I and Face, and aro quite equal to:an Umbrella. 4 ' * - A...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian associated Press.) Sydney, February 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

' ~ (From "the ''Australian Associated Fiessl) " . ,f.R tS ;?. ti f i .Sydney, February ¡"2nd. In tho: L^èîslàtiye ;*Aesöinbly ' yesterday, f. Colonial Treasurer, moved iho; postponement ".the,first fire orders of the'day, for thepurpo ? :^']nariMneiâp:it\tai^month8 .* Supply Bill, í »-.-.Mr. ^Piddington.tmoved nn,.amendnent, ar only¿one~ months ^supply.was< granted.- Duri« a sharp discussion ino- cojiïdùçt'of tho ' Miüisti was'severoly critisized and .tho amondnent wi carried by a'rnajoritiy of ten. Tho Goveinmei "Tegard.tho defeat na -sosignificant, * that it. expected ' a 'dissolution- ia -hot ..far,.;off. "TI -.? Sdjuiotiy. ara'likoly to - go to tíie 'country on th ""ElectoralBill;"'.. - -y> '«..... \ .r*i 3'- ? -e-jiv.;»-^' ,V:j'-V23rdFebruai-y. ,.I ií-'In the, Legislative^ >Colonial*Báorétárjf f roade an- explanation -i regard ;töth5*,'3jrv^ ovoniii ?andf said, that* -tho" J Government' hud desido \~&"p4ta«'Une^Ele^i9V;B01< and ;doal _ with"...

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