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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

ULTEST TELEGRAMS* ' t*^1"" tht Autiralian AßtociaUd IVtM.) Srdner. Mareil 2. . Trie timé of the Legislative Assembly, '-during the week, has been occupied "in motions, -for adjournment brought forward by the .Opposition, resulting in a small majority for -the Government. .The debate on the Electoral Bill is further adjourned until Wednesday next. Mr. Parkas has given a notice for Tuesday next; of a direct want of confidence, to the ?effect that the retention of office by! Ministers, , -after suffering several defeats is subversive of the principles of the Constitution. The Suez Mail am ved at Adelaide yester day, but the newB is unimportant. Mr. John Campbell has obtained a "verdict for £3000 against the Commercial Bank. " There are large entries for the Randwick Autumnal meeting. The weather continues threatening, and ,rain is general in many of the country dis - stricts. ' ." . Make, 2s 6d to 2s 9d. - 'Grafton, February 27. - The entrances for the Exhibition closed -this evening, ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

. ARRIVALS. ;. ' " February 2C. ?- Schooler, Berti»», from Sydnriy: February 27. - Schoon<ïrs, "Aîî-e- J~mé, "Victory, lt^^ydneyT-aid toataa, from. Now .Zealand. ... February *28.--Tb» acboohw, Summer Bow, wrecked »ix month* sino*, waa wcewfully iauncied to-diy. DEPARTURES. . February 26.-Schooner, Edith K»2p, and *., .Jabb^rwock, for Sydney. February 27.-Sohounsrs, iTaty Qraat, and Amphitiite, Jor Sydney. MircH 1;-3chooaer, Fearless, for Sydney. No-sign of Sydney steamer, up to the time of .OUT going to press."

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Woodburn. (FROM OUR CORRESPONTENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

.>. _ yr ..., Woodburn. (FRO* OTO VOBREStWttVSn,) Trrï weatbci far tie last few weeks ha* been'àU't^iat.opttld be.desired for tko farmers in this part of the district-clear hot day», abd j the farro era arel »ll-busy-? cleaning their cane, maiie,.&c, which looks very promising, rather hot "oertainly, but this is what'is required at present as the growth of weeds and grass are somewhat rank, and with a slight touch of the hoe or.scuffler they "tumble over and die on the spot." I hear that a Cricket Match took place on Saturday last between the Woodburn Club and that of Coraki which resulted in a victory for the former. I -notice a number of petitions are-going through the district, for signatures at present that to maintain the proposed Kew Electorate of the. Richmond has already beBn Bent, away,'then .there is one for a road between the Townships" of -'Woodburn and Wardell, an extension of that from Salman's saw-mill on the Clarence to Woodburn, and another fora Governmen...

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A POCKETFU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

-ni- IiAi POOKlíTFOTl,.';.-it . '?'''''OùVfottrnMïV'a^ '; through'"ttíó doVilá.?f^BkMt,Íó^Wí6hv:ébmí ¡ 'posing.,riilè':' "Tho* fóHqvfrin'^ isrp'crJrreo-1 '.i 1 H8it,»^tl/ë,c.Öñtth>f8*. Wtlio 'Aforesaid yont-g1 ': 'gent's po'eKet'y-^TwH dpaett'tóarBlésf'prie- « >Tiifi (.uti, ,M->n omo». Jw« oil'// ,t>o» ,«:!>tlf «.« half douep!|>ieo*B pf lead pencils about om»: inch w !eog1h,fiwo fishing linës, pocket" cpmh, broken hládod pocket knife, t>undha of key*, two firemen's batlgësT'olnie^riovel, " întitléd- Bonrjng Ned ;; or,-the Terror'of" the plains," three copper coin*, clay.' pipe, j stale, about one inch lpng, broken cigár liolder, tom pocket handkerchief, a Punch and Judy 'whistle, six piecea cf twine, a. slate perteil, a set of 'jackstones, oné'holf pair^en-çent cuff buttons, two pantaloon 'ln3ttöns7!5ne"6tick and a*ilalf "of candyand a cud of spruce gum.' , Here.tbe search was 4i'yen.;up,^heB^thprd that pocket," and pulling off .his'Çoot/prbr duced the composing...

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Cape Byron. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] February 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Cape Byron. [raoM pu» ooB%{¡BTojn>7KTaJ ' February ?3rd. Tar Schooner Clara. Louis» lately cabled the : . Brilliant, waa safely launched at about half ' 2 o'clock this morning here and safely towed to Ballinajby tho tug Index, under the able -management and working nf Mr. Thomas -t}sKbg, the contractor. All the-work baa been .A.Vried out without a .single mistake erl accident, although having ' no .common obstacle-exposure to the open sea. Wnea i all repairs are completed the Clara is intended to ply from Ballina and Byron to ' Sydney with timber? " .... _

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[?]umoun. KINDER MIXED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

j ' . : KINDER MIXED ; , : .'t.Leutmo eeo ?" mused Walter Grain, as : he stood before tho banana-cólored.'bar bf justice; '« Tuesday'they, elected Tilden'ánd I took A drink." >Yedne'sday!they eleoted Hayes, and'; T ¡took, .another.nip. Thurla-' day-they elected Tilden again, and. I had some beer. .., Friday, they'elected Hayes, and I had some gin. Say, judge, "who' have they elected.for, to-day ? ' I've been .locked lip since,last'hight,. and am kinder 'mixed."', j t ' .';"<.' ''ii .". , ,li, 1 b'elieve.that Mr.Pèrkins is ahead this morning," quietly, replied His Honor, ''but ,\ve don't put,out, any .bulletin-boards here. ,We.put offenders.ou,fc" ','','.',.!" ' .'";"' J ',' V'Then''for heaven's' sake-put mei'out,, .quick 1".pleaded-the prisoner. " I've'got' .money bet on tins election,' and if Mr.'Per ..knis.bas been voted in Tin , a gone rabbit 1!'' .,,',',''As'this was, a case of simple'driinken noss,". f-épUè&t&e .¿ojur¿°.'/'¡aná as there-has .been.m...

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Lismore Police Court. MONDAY 26TH F[?]RRUARY. Before. H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P. M.: and A. M. GIRAED Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

. MONDAT 26TH FL^RTJÄRT. éeforo S.Ett!WT Esq., P.M.; »aâ A. M. QIEAED JEsq.,.J.P. . .-. . . y- Jona McLennan appeared *>n -anmmona 4 dirged, -with rising insulting language, towards John Currie,, whereby a breach of .tie. peace'.might be oocasion»d, ' plea «ot ; guilty ; defendant -was ordered to pay a fine "jpt Cs, and costs of Court 6a 6d. ' _ .

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ANOTHER BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

......H.-: 11 < 'ANOTHER! rBETTER.Ä'-.M. J . './"Trió' Wy/it/wás.", began Lnke'Whéelan "as lie walked óut;'"í'máde'á bet^n'Tilton arid wW^''l.Then,^°l^aè>'lte¿'6nAVheeiar4 ,aríd/ "Wilsöri'and- lost. '' Then'! bodged oh Governor' Bagley and1 got; slightly' intoxi cated. '''I 'kriow.'wliät I'tyas doing all the .tiineV/but ah' officer'cntno'aloiig.and-said 'I'd'better'-' coiné" 'over'hero and;¡sit down ' and r¿s¿i"'": "" ' 'J / "; 1 ' -"', v '??'' .'-"? 1 ''/''.'Sriyou haye abet?" ' ''"T have." ' ! .- ¡v,.-. '"' '.AHbVmuch ia it ?" ..'..' '.?'?1 ?'.'? ?.'-..? /,' The prisoner~Teached into his coat-tail pocket,;liauIed|Out tire smaller half of ari old' pápér. pólíár,' .'and read 'off tho figures : ; ' ' //^I.'Mt^Sátó!.fif^y',c^tB^tí»at''we,. carry/ : évery '' blanied .' ono " ' of ''thé' Sandwich Islands.''";'/ ('/ "il' :" . ,«« Ignórárice'is just'àsbad asvice," said, his/Honor, " and1 besides.being an ignoru .'rnus' yo'n. wero ;fighting drunk, kicked an officer on the jäh...

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Lismore Mutual Improvement Association. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Lismore Mutual Improvement Association. Tnt usual fortnightly meeting -of the abo' . Society was held on Saturday evening la ' itt the Commercial School. The followii gentlemen were elected office bearers for..tl ' current half-year :-President, E. W. Allin . ham Esq. Honorary Secretary, Mr. W, < Harmaii ; ITbnorary Treasurer, Mr. J. V Coleman ; Committee, Mesara Baillie, J. I Stocks, W. English, V. Norris, and M Lookett. The following gentlemen gat readings and recitations ; - Mr. W. ( Harman, "Mary Queen of Scots" (Bell) Mr. G. Clancy, "The Exile of Erin (Moore) ; Mr. J. Baillie, "' The Invention c the Loon» " (Self Help) ; Mr. J. E Glasgow "Extract from Pickwick" (Dickens); Mi W. Lockett, " Early Bining " (Poole); Th report - of the out-going Committee wa adopted, and on the motion bf Mr. Jame Stocks, J.P., a vote of thanks waa tender«« P:"to the Officers for the services .they hax ^'.rendered the Association. We wish thi - Society «very success, and are much gratifiée...

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WHAT HE ADMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

ii "ru i n?. ' ".fl-.inn lutin' l'uni* . ?'/ 11**. '<? li-iil ii.ii'WHATIHB'ADMITT©D.I" J « Mi. ^'flstonlapj- ^o];pripon ,.jw.l)>'e, Ép'DubjiqanB. I jvere.olanni iigj fhn^'thèj T^eBi^p'ntialV.qÛQBr tieri was still in'doubt, a man iii Xsalpori .on Monroe .Avenue calIed,otu>rf ¡,¡.¡,' '., ; £<<ril;&et^ . ..; ». ?*$' >y°M f'/l<? ift4'f\r' ^Vroplied a jvpice, I ÎÇlie^flfb;. cïenéliietf, .'rpHcd ".on 'the .floor J j ,nnd-'fJtuss|ed;. around, \'ntiä,the ¡'Tilq'énite,, (im'áll.y h^d.'thb|iótljpir.^í,'a disad^antaKpij j.j,;.,j"Np)v'.''will"'y"ou',:.'.o^'niif thai,',.Tilden, is. ^le'eted,?^ .ón,¿the(' ; ¡nih'er.a.little., '.' j''r,..')',.'!..^ j' mit«-?-/ 1-. 'TV' '^°' '^v"?.Iî'iv'-". g.Wß&jr'*0 ;,undf rjRgst ;,' ' Ij^out II})' admit .greatj^empoijhiic^ainpjnli, , i^i^s^Ä'.i.. .vi;,h';]1!;'-,f,;;?(r :¿. iv''3$&*WaiS^,?d.,1,e»0i¥ßW"inn,d- .P°il'W«8, ! ,h|todi,up,ai^d|1to|?;op oút.f/¡il j..^...,.,;,,.,.', ,;

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FRIDAY, 2ND MARCH. Before H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

FRIDAY, 2ND MARCH. .' Bofore H. S. ELLIOTT, Esq.,?P.M. Patrick Brady charged -arith using obscene .language; plea guilty ; fined 5a - A ' Slaughtering License was granted to Frederick Davis, of Wyrallah.

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THE LISMORE MUSICAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

THE LISMORE MUSICAL UNION. Oem readers will notice that the first Concert' given by the above Society will take place at. tho. Temperance Hall, in this towri, on. Friday 16th March, and as the programme comprises a nice .selection .of all the popular musical gems of the day, no doubt a largo attendance of musical and other friends will be present. In these quiet-going commuai-, ties -where amusement is scarce, a source of rational enjoyment like part-music should be extensively cultivated and patronised, and we trust that th? encouragement given to the above Society on chis their debut, will be so favourable as to encourage them to persevere 'in-the 'cultivation of a musical taste in our. midst, while at the same time -we trust that their ranks .wiU. be'filled up by all' the musical talent''in the town. As a sot-off from the cares of everyday life : music hath great'.charms, and as a musical family or nation' is easily managed or' governed, all right thinking persons ' should encour...

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THE AGRIOULATURAL SOCILEY'S SHOW AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

WE notice'that tho'exhihitiori of tho. absvw; Society opens Qtt-Tuésday, 10th April next, and as the eatrins for the Agiioultural depart ment dose on. the 15th March, and the noni Agricultural on the. 15t)i March, we would suggest to our readers/and those persons who take an .interest in' the well-doing 'ol .tho district, the gpreát'necessity that exista for at once taking , some action ;as - Mgaräs 'the . sending; <jf â few- industrial exhibits from this ' district. Committees might be formed . at vthe various centres of pop'ulatiorrba. the River, and .the different articles being got together could be placed under the charge of nome of our loading residents, who will no doubt be', visiting the' Show. We need hardly point out the necessity that exists for not hiding our light under a^bushol in these days, as independently of cattle and other stock, even with our present limited agricul tural operations we should be able to make a good appearance in Sugar, 'Maize, Tobacco...

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NEW FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

t HEW FRUITS. - 1 . -THE meeting called for Thursday afternoon Jast, jvas but thinly attended, the following gentlemen only being present, namely Messrs.! J. Baillie,' G. Larkin, W. Smith, L. G. Snow,; and W. Kelleway. After Borne dis cusMOa, it. was agreed, to hold over ' the address on ^ " Pomology "- for the' present, "while it was.also, agreed that steps should be at once taken to introduce a number of new Fruit Trees and Seeds from Queensland, and other places, suitable for propagation in this climate, for which purpose the sum of £10 iras guaranteed .? by gentlemen present, who .promised in the meantime, to endeavour to get subscriptions, from friends to the move ment, and.report; progress next week. All that is asked, is, a'donation of 10s from each person willing to join in the movement, for which they" will'rccéive in return a selection pf plants and seeds worth over £5. .There are over a thousand new fruits, seeds, and products, that might be grown with profit in this dist...

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Miscellany. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

,, ', 'THE 110V7, oaat¿iron ,spiró'pf.' 'ino1 cathedral' at'Róúéh ,has júst^^n'/compléted;'''Tho Seminó ¡Itéli'gicUsa bf itnat,'dibc6BÜ: publishes:': 'the''following,',pártifc'úlars; felótiv'o to- 'the1 !coru'pai;nit¡v'o!b'ói¡rl¡t^'of th'o'prihcipitl monu ments'pf tho globe; 'aa'contrasted ' with'thin' new work; " Nönp.öf-'the structures'rat3c'd by the hand óf'mán ûias'm'adë' sb magui-i ticent or so lofty a pedoatal for tho Chrîstiau-,. Gí-oss; '? 'l'l'ho1 dome of1 St. Peter's at: llïoiiié, thu marvel of 'modern ort, thrown, upito.the, skieBi by.i tllo,-i genius .,of.. .Bramante ; ;,and. Michael Augtílo, . has .raised, the emblem, to, lßqjmotros (3.ft ,3,., 1,3"in. :eaph. abpv.o, .tho ¡¿round.,', Straá^urg^.tí^é^ighmt.mWéd^l in /alllJj'ranoo/, reaches.,', wi tA-^ its',celebrated oVoakjtpwo'r,' J,4£&j)*'jkmieV& £3*,';" Chartres1 1 12iä;jjS|ptr0 tianiö', at"'Parle/'Has brily'68." " Thbïontlioon,'¿'¿¿Bidárba'd^ - cídlaces,;Vd'óeA''Vót'oieb'cd iV'Häil tutoress-' '-' ?i-j...

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IN THE TURKISH CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

;;'. \V'-ÍÑ'THE TURKISH CAMP. : ,;' j), À'.çoi^sp^jrjâepé/.o'^' the Lbridoh,! Daily '?TeJég^Bl'i.wñ'^éB oa'j"bllowa from thohead. I quarters of tho Turkish army. at'. Nisst under,dato,of.September 12th .. ,,,,,.1 then",proceeded jto,,look at, Hueasit Pasha's men in, the, valley. ; A curious"j liÇomjjpBed, fór'ce'rwa'sV.ihat..'.'. To say thal (there \i^ere np bona fide T^^ would iperhaps,be ari' exágger,át"op, for I tHihk therejw^re.jif'iÖ Turkiali Cossacks' anàt'jiali a battalion of regular Osmanli infimtry .there,,:- But the foqt Régiments,, bf!..which there were two, close to ïhe. Morava atream, and ¡witiiin, easy,'gunshot pf . Alexinatz, wero certainly not Moslems.' Iii'uniform they were like their comrades of the line "; in drill arid; set-iup they were, I fancied,' a little ariperipry to ,aomp; .battalipna I had aeon. They, were, if ', apytliirig,. a, little finer in point , of stature, handsome," sol dierly, men apd.it, was only, when I caine noarthpir commander's tent, and so...

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Poetry. THE SISTERS AND THE ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

THE ' SISTERS ANO /THE ANGELS. ;' Two sisters lay nil beautiful :' L A blissful faint repose : Dwelt like a'Bpirit on'their eyes, . . And'dreams'of love arose:. ) ' The moonlight to the window.streained ? And waded through the panes, Where branches of dark ivy beat' .. , < Like summer's glittering rains. V. . A softened radiance, like a beam Of roao-liuht, kisaed their lips ; ..... . The earthly seemed to pas's away Into a deep eclipse. -?? . - '.'?. ' ... The couch, half-curtained from tho light Looked like a holy shrine j .. . .The room aa pure as-heaven .seemed, > The Bleepers both divine. , The angels watched the sleepers breathe And still the moonlight streamed ; The midnight passed,the angels watch'd The boauteouB sisters dreamed. It seemed as though tho angels came, .' Tho Bloopers' dreamB to know : Their tresses oh their bosoms laid,' Like rays of gold on snow. '. .., ? ' '" They ceased to breathe-the angels smiled1' .'j To seo tho spirits' growth ;; 1 ' - The ...

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STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS . v. ARRIVE SÏDKEX-- . . ." January 6, February 2,'- March 1, March 30, April 26, May 24, Jane 21,; July 19, Augu»tI6, September 13, October ,11, November^, Decem ber 7. . . * v~ ' ' ' 'r LEAVE SYDNEY--V: January 29,Fobruarv 25, Marcli~25, April 18, . May 16,. June 13, July ll, Auguat 8,:September 1 5, October 7, November 4, December 2,-D¿oem . ber 30. ^i.-"-.' ' "?

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1877. TIME TABLE. OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

? 1877. TI TM" 33 TA. 23 31, 33 " THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH .Ol MAILS AT POST OEPICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS 'FROM Alstonville and Ballina-MOND AV, l-30 p.m. Casino-"WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 10 a.m. Kynumboon-TUESDAY, 10 a. nv.1 ? Tirraniu-SATURDAY, 11-30 a. m. ?? Wyrallah, Woodburn, Gundurimba, and Buka-TUESDAY . and : FRIDAY, ll a. m. - DEPARTURES FOR- <?.??? ? 'Alstonville and Ballina - SATURDAY, 10'3C a.m. ' *" v ..Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. ? Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. Wyrallah, . Woodburn, Gundurimba^ " and - Buka-TUESDAY and SATUIIDAY, l.p.m..'. . ... . .. . . ? ?? , .(... ... - ?

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STEAMERS VIA SUEZ ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

L:. . i ^ :-'ABEIV&'SYDNEY^- !" H January 12/ February9,, March 9, Apnl 6, May 4,: June 1, June 29, July 28, Auguat 25, September 22, October 20, November 17»_De ceiubar IC. .?- ' - '. T - LEAVE SYDNEY- .. January 22, February Í9,-March 19, April 14,. May 12, June 9, July 6, August 3, August 31, September 30;, October 29,. November 2B, l)e oembcr 23. ' " .' .

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