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ELECTRICITY AS A MOTIVE POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

.;ELËOTBÍO.ÍTY AS,AjMOTIVE PQWÉU.. Prof.. Carey Foster, F.R.'S.,'tobk.up ,tlns, ¡...'subject,for one ipf the'last of ¡tho;Monday: ../evening lectures .in, connection, with,, tho .j' Loan Exhibition at South Kensington, Dr.. ...Siemens beings in, tho' . ch air. , . Professor . Foster first sh owed , with a number of ox ¡ .periinents that ,by f yery,sirnplp' arrange »üffsuts^light bo.dieB can ;be¡riioye'a by elec *r>'tricity./;-? Ifidccd, tho .usual, rriethbd of test-. ' äng whether a.body is "eleptrified ris to Bee ' if it is capable of producing motion... On. ' this principle, the, electroscope and the gal-.. . vanomoter are founded- , The.way in which. ' .a bar of soft iron can be converted into a ./magnet ^passing a current through a.wire, r,.twisted , around it was, .illustrated for the; (.^purpose ; of .shoeing how tho' iron rnay.bo magnetised :ánd,deniágnbtised at will and how, ,by arranging that this shall bo dorie in an automatic way, itds possible to con strive continuous...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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How News is Obtained for Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

? igow_?/e»'s-.às ..^Ibfetíneíl for ..Newspapers. '? . ' ' . ' . A ' CORRESPONDENT'.of ono of "the Indian journals relates how a clever thing was done the other ' day by one pf thc reporters.of ..the "« Standard.' Ho was " told. off" to write a description of the'Lord Mayor's Show, doing the entire route.". -, Part .'of "the"' "show" consisted of elephants, the "proper ty of George Sanger, the well-known circus manager. To this caterer the energetic and conscientious reporter addressed himself, obtaining per- mission to ride upon ono pf the elephants arrayed' in full , oriental costume. He faithfully oarrie'd out his i>rogramine, nor do his proprietors know to this day how .lie received his information. A somewhat similar thing was done by tho reporter of the 'Times ' on the occasion of the entry of the Princess of "Wales into London. He went theresa's" sCfnorman and stood all the time at tlie back of a chanot with his hair powered, his calves i)added7KT<nd an imposing...

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The Sketcher. THE INLAND SEA OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

'"Élrç jïktrïier., -..' ' 'THE INLAND, SBÁ. OF ' ÁFRICA'.' '"'.7In'rt-bne''1"0£|<'bJB,,,ropö>rt8j . Vice-Consul 'Dnpùis'says:-Tho pröject'o£'<submcrging i tho' región'-oí'Djërid'by means of à canal is based^'upon1 a r fact, cl early : recbrded-r-viz, the presence'.of wator'in the form'of lake* ih'th'ó'lihe'óf tho groat dopressions/ánd^pon . .the' presumption that "these' lakes - were th'emsölv'eB'bUt'the residue' bf >sorrie, vaster 'body of 'watór'or'inl'and" sea, which, dis íippáar'ea at/|a.'still earlier-; dato' from.-'tho surface,1 owing it'is'conjectured to. the for ihation' 'ó£-'/nn' isthmus/'whichi cut :'it bff 'frèltt' thè-'Meditèrrâhofttt witli which it¡ was connected.'1. '!ln " .>tj-..-i-?r»r% t.«#.v,'ii ~f¡ j" Tlie'-idea ;of *ariy.':connoction;with ithe 'MëdiièrrànBah'baving i existed --a. lia'Bty conclusion' basé'd upoirniortW mfériority:of ievei'to'tlïàt'of 'the''Bea-would' seem. 4o ehdotsb the' fact of . all "tho >.? rogionv/having bbéh...

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Lismore Police Court. MONDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.M. and A. M. GIRARD Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

Lismore Police Court* MONDAY, 19TH FEBRUARY. " 'Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.Mt j and : ; A. M. GiitABD Esq., J.P.j "Sü >': : J. M. Hyam, romanded ont bail from« th'e 13tli instant, then appeared to answer the chargo of embezzling a cheque for,¿£3:1.9s: 9d. and two £1 notes, the proporty-of the> Postmastor-genoral. i , ?.. William Robb, being duly sworn,..deposed; -That ho was a farmer living at Alstonville, .and ,¿UOJ;B,,defendant,. . vrt}o - is.:-post, .and.; \1¿}égr^n^mastSr ^at; Lismore.; on tho ."24th rWillwnv." Haifbj-.'tf. letter 'to . post/; - it"" VaV "*d^resse'd Ho^James" Baillie' ; ' this' was on the" public read, about two miles from Alston- ville ; the letter was to be posted at .Lismore ; it was'sealed in the usual way, and contained a choqué for £3 19s 9d and two £1 notes; some" three weeks after witness' heard that the letter had not reached'Mr. Baillie. [Mr. -Davies,,tho Postal-' Inspector here ¡handed in *tke cheque to the Berich.]" "Witness did not take any ...

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AFTERNOON SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

AFTERNOON SITTING. "Richard Edmund Dono, being duly sworn, deposed-That lie was a junior operator at tho Tenterfield Telegraph Office ; was em- ployed in tho Post and Telegraph Office at Lismore, last year as probationer ; my duties were to make myself useful either at^-thc SMÍI"sro!'r^ them ; has received the money for them ; haB paid orders and entered them in thc books ; in the month of September last year, remember seeing tho chequo now produced, in the office; saw it when it was first found in the'office," and taken from ofdce cash-box, -it is kept in'tho office on tho desk' close to the .window ; the defendant took the cheque from the cash-box ; he showed mo the chequo he said it looked like a.cheque_that 'he'heard' complaints about .being stopped ; it was for the same amount, and by the same drawer; .and I think it is possibly tho same cheque.;. I then took it from dofohdaht," and took it to 'the' Bank- for a draft for the department ; defendant had mentioned-that Mr. Bobbiwa...

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WEDNESDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M., J. STOCKS, and A. M. GIRARD, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

........... WEDNESDAY, 2ÏST' 3KBB^tTARTv-,*f1 '?? Before-H; -S/ .ELLIOTT,-« Esq., P.M.,*J. STOCKS, "'arid' "A; :M!. .?-GIRAKD, Esqs., h / /Florence'Dawson-was brought upohargecT '.". with stealing,5 'cucum^'eys/'thé proiierty of : V "Màrïm"Doran; i7-'-. 'j^j"'*V '-' " íMurtur /Bór^^eijí^viwb'riü deposed: ;I, am aíarniar?living^afr.Ooraki, áud know^tíie¿ .*.'" 'defendant, 'wUMives-within;-*'qvmvter-of^a '"' liiilo of'.my fñ'rm;^ in. tho. nipnth- of; Decein , ber hist I bad"X .wop bf cár»,4'pumpkins, ^ai.d 'o'ïjuuibêrs. growing'in/ a paddock-near I ."»jy...-ji')nBo' i-: the "p^aço.. wai»" enclosed by.', nj 2-raiÍéd fenoe .j ? during tliat' month, the .cu- ; /cumbers' were continually disappearing ;, on ' the 3 Oth' 'llccoiriberi I got: up at 4 o'clock 7;,¿ind sat on a"board:.in. tho eprn-'iu -view of the' house whero" defondaiit* "lives ; about 6 ? 'o'clockl! saw tlie-'defendant^takin'g .a'.circle through the corn, and she never-stopped 'until sho'eamp .\vhpTe the, cucumbers whero ; ....

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The Late Mr. James Maxwell. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

Thé,Late Mr. James'Maxwell. A MAGISTERIAL inquiry respecting the death .of,the above person took place at the. Court House, Li-mioro, on the days ; mentioned with the following results :- . , SATURDAY, 17 TH FEBRUARY. - Refore H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M. Eliza Maxwell being duly sworn saith as follows--The deceased James Maxwell was my husband ; he died, about half-past 12 last night ; he- has been iii bed a fortnight to-day : he first complained of l-heiimatics in his legs, and then in his head, and then gripes in his stomach "he did not . say to what he attributed his illness; his son¡ a lad of seventeen years; died a month ago, and the death bf the boy was always on his mind ; and ho . frequently said, durins^is^Ulness, "that he would;never rwdyel^-M^w^md was ralwày«>on^inffî'-aifd'hW'vras?i''^:« only ^dep'ohri i »feirfjejrjn'g froïh the'consequences ¡ I ain aware.;" that my husband received what is supposed to bo a gun-shot wound in his nock between three br four months ago ; h...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

CROWDED Omv=-In "consequence of "the length. |<ef prrr^p&ce^ourt^ report.;several matters are ' left out-fruin, .t*U3?issue"^iueluding an ¡adver-' ¿isomferit'fpr^tlm" ''Concert' to be given by tho ''Lismore ¿luslcaTUnion on'J£iíaáy,-"T6th Mareil^ .next«----1-.- ?. .. "'---KC, "..Tua^ JloAPS.,-Wb are iiiferracd hy good authority,: tnat í?th¡e Government propose Bi'enUiïig --some ;£l7;O00 uponvtUe Roads in this district shúrHy,Á including soma £7,000 ."up^ii ? the -r-iadv frpm^OosinO; .tu^Batiina. r We -trust vtiiaíi.thu, new^will ^tùrri put^cori-eot as a fjw -guud-i loads-^would -bo ,the.rmàkiiig of-;thia jii¿úict._'.^~.f """,.,'. j; "Z-'~-Z^r> ^Ûûà^i*-ïccoô.STS?^Î'prr the last"quarter are; I 'liow-'xiut;-' und- as Ve have . gone to some ex- pense, of .iatiy^ve'Bhould feel obliged if friends would remit- thou' repetitive amounts as early l'ásptfssiblé". Por*the íutíuoiKtJfiy'.quarters.will be us follows ."r^Jaiiuary to March, April to Jun .,, July to. .September...

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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDHEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDHEY January- 6, February 2, March 1,- March SO, April 26, May 24, Jane 21, July 19, August IS, September 13, October ll, November 8, Decem- ber 7. LEAVE SYDNEY January 29, Februarv 25, March 25, April 18, May 16, June 13, July ll, August 8, September 0, October 7, November 4, D.camber 2, Decem- ber 30.

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FRIDAY, 23RD FEBRUARY. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M., and A. M. GIRARD, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

FRIDAY, 23RD FEBRUARY._ Before H.- .S. EI,IIOTT, Esq., P.M.,; and A,. M ölBARD. Esq.,. J.P. ' '.'J ames" Houison, being 'duly; .sworn deposed -I am a duly qualified medical practitioner registered by. the Medical -Society bf New South Wales; I reside in "Grafton,; i I was present yesterday, when' the" bqdy'of James "Maxwell was exhumed, and- by-the direction of the Police Magistrate I made ia post' mortem' examination, .on'.'. tia"''spot ¡ on examining tho body externally, from the extent to which decomposition had set in, there - was"* very little trace of - the external wound in the neck described - by witnesses at the examination . when John - McLennan waa charged with-, shooting--the deceased.;'1! found' the~ heart " very, 'much , enlarged, and flabby; tho lungs appealed-healthy, with slight traces of adhesions posteriously ; I ex- amined the right lung carefully in^onseqehce pf the evidence previously given,- but found no trace of any. foreign body-;'prosént; ~ön removing the r...

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

I " Before-H/SrE'£IÎ0TT, Esq.,'P.M.* - :*.* James'Stocks being duly..'sworn, .deppscdr^-: "Mv "namels J^^Sj^liaVj^riSi a -druggist,'.' residmg^i-^Oao^a; ,no*ox-~Lfsmore, Ignavo Ijeen'in tKe natuVof^i^jwing^ ^a^SlUI^IaaiffiliUtt abju^KJt9r.eo wooKsago at bis residence^; beïwas'fcben slowly re-oyer-' *i ig from gástfiol deiangomölvt arid-a^'ëvër'ê'' pgeuoräli.^.pr.ö.stcaittonij Jio appeared to -hal ?]sAUÛ&ïing,-yory/ novoroly from hotb p^jymcal, ÍOií,<iI_ü, /-í<*í ~'"-CZ-T: ..? . .ft ;oai islu* and mental causes ; on my next visit, ¿bent a week niter deceased bad snfforod a'téhtpèe,; be was in much pain from siiOmswui.j colic, ho' "he waTalaó äuffWiug from obstruction of tho VtjiUbr and other things; Ï prescribed for Min ut, fining ^^Sfiw days^afiar Le sent for me ayan," but I did not see j him ^uatii^tne folio .vitig morning ;~ho was thoa - dead-^ -froia-tho symptoms and the statements made to meby tba deceased-I-have-nodoubt that' he "died from tympanit...

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

DIRECTORY, INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEM- PLARS-"Hop« to Save Lodge, No. -28," Lismore.-Meet« alternate Mondays at Tem- perance Hall. W.L.D.: L. G. 8now; W.C.T. George Davis ; W.S. : F. C. Currey. WYRALLAH SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Officer»- | Président: John Keep, Esq., Sydney; Vice president :. Mr. Thomas Brandon ; Treasurer, Mr. W. Arguo; Librarian: Mr. W. Steven; Secretary : Mr. W. Dixon. Night of Meeting ; Thursday ; Place : Schuol'of Arta. v WYRALLAH MUSICAL SOCIETY.-Officers- ] Chairman : James Beckcnridge, Esq. ; Com- mittee: Mesara. H. McKenzie, W. Argue, D. McPherson, J. Burley, J. R. Stocks ; Honorary Seoretary and Treasurer: Mr. W. W. Dixon; Organist for the Choir: Mr. J. R. Stocka; Leader of Choir : Mr. W. W. Dixon. Meeting' ?.,?,!?? night« for Practice: Saturday, 7-30 to 9 p.m., <j*¿_' at *hs School of Arts Building. ?OAÏSINO SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Offliera-Prei iiWiaest: W. C. Bundock, Esq. ; Vice-presidenta : Messrs. J. Grime rind R. Barling; Seoretary: Mr. H. L. Jnmes; Tr...

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A BAKER'S DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

' A group' bf " girls w.oro 'gathorcd'bn- tlio hotel,'piazza; at Pigeon Ob yo' oiiei-löveljy) ] S inrimer day, 'when the bHght'wavfelets'' of tho. 1 akp dancihgiun'dor a flept ' of ,boats with pretty, gay'.' awnings,' and f' .iho^pbded ¿hbres sloped,in oxqnimtoígreó^^rv^íí'^o'.' tho : water's, edge, ',, The, cool .'breeze', |ro nv the water . fluttered, .tho dainty .morning . ? costumes of these maidens,,.making, them' look like a flock: ofiwhito birds just abpiit to take .wing. . In'i the cOntre;of tho group'; 'stood ayoung girl of ¡'siñalhílntt: ologant figure, with a pair of irogueish blue ey ob,' a mischievous 'fac'ej;dimpled all over liken .flower,' and a lVöad:tha't' tho.sun seemed to' have kissed'tó a góldon'radiance.1 . "?.. ..-.» ' "'How many adorers iidvo: you now,;; Nelly ?" one pf tho girls Ksked this' little persöniigejjw)^». .appeared'to bo tho!c[iicon"; of the, coterie.' , , ! '. ' "/ ' "?Hayo you enslaved anyiipwones.since' day.beforo yesterday?'.'. *,.:".' '...'..j ...

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The Novelist. MY MURDER.—A CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 February 1877

gifte ItareltHt MY MU HD li lt.-A CONFESSION. . ' .Though I am willing to record fully how .'and why I committed it, ^'decline'j to, db more than indicate tho place , bf,the deed; i Those who can rccognisq it by the clue I -give aro at liberty to put.two and twoitor gotlier. Most people who have been to Switzer .1 land will understand where the hotel of ' Les Trois Sagos is situated. Tiley will ".know what is tlie: chièf. hostelry of-the largo 'town at whíclí tlio~rriajority of tourists - entering and returning from tho rcgiopB of tho Alps usually halt, at least for a night ? as from it diverge.tho main channels lead- ing to tho choicest scenery of the little re ' public. They will recollect that, tho inn is ' charmingly placed on- tho banks _of the" ' lillirie, and that its, balconies and windows look out upon and absolutely overhang the ' rushing river, riot 100 miles from its falls ' nt Suliaffhausori. Enough,'then, as to the ' locality ; now,. ris(to my coming there, and what ha...

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Improved Ploughs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

5 Impro ved Ploughs.. IK the old- country, .to economise labour, a nw; triple' pl jugh'^drawn by horáés excite nc 'attention. " This simple and effective* imple ment ploughs up-three furrows-at- once," and / is likely to prove very valuable, . not ónly-in England, where labour , ia dear; .but in othèi - «countries, where with variable, climate,' large .tracts of land have tobe ploughed-up quickly , ."by horses or oxen; "The double plough,:which ' cuts two furrows at once, is not, however, as ; many suppose,-a modern implem ent;" it having . .been in use. so long ' as the middle of ' last eentuiryiT'i'It'ie'dnly during the iratfewyèara that the double plough has been nsed to any ,. great extent in Eugland, which in many, other !;-countrie3,' where'immense tract3.of virgin soil V are brought under cultivation..every year, , > it is comparatively an'. unknown implement. V-This is the more surprising" when' it ia' con ,Bidered that one man "with three .horses can, with a doujblc plou...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, March 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

-Latest Commercial. [BY TELSOBAJI.] " SYDNEY, Friday, March 2nd. ME83RB. H. PJIIBSTLY &? Co. report that maize -was selling this day at 2s 7dper .; bushel; hides, 3d per ft-; pips 6d' lb. ; 'ïbaoon, 8d per lb; butter, 20d per. lb i cheese 7d per lb.; potatoes, £6 per ton y 'bark, £6 per ton.

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Religious Memoranda. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

. _ . Kellglöus Memoranda. , CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. ' Pirat Sunday in each Month-Casino, at ll a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lismore, at ll o.m., and 7'30 p.m. ; Gundurimba, at 3 p.m. - .Second Sunday in" each'Month-Lismore, at ll .a.m. : Rosehill, at 3" p.m, ; Ballina, at ll A.ma, and 3 p.m. j Pilot Station, at 7/30 '. . -. -p.m. ; -'. . . Third Sunday in each Month^rOasino, at ll . a.m. ; Tomki, at- 3 p.m.: v.Casino, at 7*30 . . p.in. ;'Woodburn, at ll a.«. ¡ Coraki, at 3 p.m. ; Wyrallah, at 7.30. Fourth Sunday in eaoh Month-Lismore, at ll aim. ; \ViUon's Ridge, at 2*30 p.m..; Duck '. .Crook, at 0 p.m.; Ballina, at ll a.m., and 3 p.m. - " Fifth Sunday-The Tweed and the Stations. HENRY PORTER B. A., ""F.iR. NEWTON, Assistant Curate.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. The Rov. F. SCHURR, will (D.V.) say MASS at [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. . The Hov. P. SOHUER, will (C. V.) say MASS at- í 'V - . - . »?..?-?.?. . .COBAKI-Oií Sunday, Marca 4th ; at .Casino, .on thelltJi ; and at. Lismore,-on tho 18th Maroh.

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Bullina. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). 24th February, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Bullina. {FROM A CORRESPONDENT). ' 24th February, 1877. I HAVE one or two incidents to record which may be of interest to some of your readers, the first being the death of a lad, about 15 years of age, named George Hammond, who had been in tho employof Mr. \V. Clement, of Ballina. The lad was taken unwell, com plaining of headache and pain in the stomach on Saturday, the 10th instant, but was sup posed not to be very ill, as he objected to take medicine. At his own .request, he left Mr. Clements, on Saturday evening, to go to his mother's at "West Ballina. He got no better, and during the week followiug, Mr. Fawcett, with his usual kindness, visited the lad, and did all that he could ; but as he con tinued to get worse, Mr. Fawcett called Mr. Sharpe to his aid, an J every means were taken by.'.both gentlemen to save the lad's life, who, notwithstanding their care and at tention, sank and died on Sunday evening, the 18th instant. He was a promising youth and much sympathy is express...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

. Iiis a« p it s». ??' February -Ä8.-i- Schooners, "Victory «iid ^?.Berilla, irena Syâuey. DEPARTURES. . -i-T^branry 26. -Schooner, A-mphitritc, .-with W.OOO few pia*» fc>r Syâney. ' F¿bn<s,?y ZS-^^chooner, Fearless, fnthjS,0OO_ ie^«s>a^tóf«l,eOO.f»*tinBé,JorHydBV. ; _

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