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TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

T ïk B 1? A, 03 , 3^13 " I OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA' SAN FRANCISCO: j AREIVE SYKNEY-r_ . . .... January 3/JHmnú-y 31, .Fcbraary.,28, March 23, April 25, May.23, Jiarie-2Ö,-JvdyJl8, .Auguat ID, September 12, October Í0¿ Aorainber-T, DécsunberJ*- ; " . ':j r'!'* U.ït i '"L-Eav? SYBÎTCT-r/ ..'* ."- ;'* "«January 12, ''Feb'ru&xy $ March 9, April"6, May *,'Juno', 1, Juno *9,: JuljrS7,' August.«*» .'âçptèmber^i; " October 19, ^November 13; Do; comber Id.-? ..~-v- ?? -v - . '?, '"

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

Scraps. ? Tho " Times of India" reports that, on thi morning of the 28th November, Lientonsn W. 'Harris, of tho 21st Native Iufantry, wa superintending the rifle practice of his mei on thu ranges at Rawal Pindee. He had. reasoi to speak to ono of the sepoys. about his bo« shooting, and reimirked in a reproachful ..TO that such a bud shot would not be of muoJ uso in a campaign against "the Affridis. Th man lost his teinpsr, and, bufore any ono coull stop him, cxolahouil, " I -will skow.you whotho: I ran shoot or not," and sent a bullet througl Liueteuánt Harris's breast. The unfortunut of&jer died ahn jst irani jdiately. It ÍB stated from Paris that the work o sounl'uj for. tho project jd channel tunnel i advancing rapidly." On. tho ' 1st Soptembe tho deptu of thu shaft ;*at Sangatte rouchel 107 inetress; ou the 1 st of October it liai reached 119, and on the 9th instant to 12: inetress. Tho boring in this shaft, which i to be sunk to- a dupth of 130 motvess, wil probably bo ...

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Clearing Land with Dynamite. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

- càéaring Xanfl with Dynamite» .. ;;-Expsuexce 'at clearing lands, both in re ?tmoving -stumps and large boulders with " . dynainito, in Scotland, ? has .proved successful. ' The f oirbwing'account^'is'given of a late trial, in the 'Bpnrke Telegraph :* A .spadeful; .:of -earth' wa? removed from-tho side of "a stump - ; and a hole drove into the stump /with a crow bar. Into this hole,a cartridge of dynamite was pressed by moons of a wooden ramrod; "therf a detonating percussion-cap, with a Blackford'^ iusôattaçhed; . WaS'.gqueezed nito a smajl cartrid«^prjprimer^of $yna^itej,.atul insertfetl irito,?thé"hô'ie .iii the trpn{c in contact ; . Awith tlie i chargé. .'? Tho hole was filled^ up with' ' loose-earth, about afoot lengtH?-of-the . fuse -'being loftjbara.^., .Araatoh^was. next 7 applied, "tothe fuse, ¿nd sufficient time was taken for tho powder to reach' the percussion-cap to -allow' tho operatives "to retire to a safe ?^distance. When the explosion-ôocurred,-'' the trunk, was i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

O. II. M. 8. TENDERS »ra invited for the CONSTRUC TION pf a PUNT for tho LISMORE FERRY. . Flans and Specifications are to be* seen at the COURT HOUSES. Casino and Lismore. Tendon will be, received by-thelundoraigned up to MONDAY,- tho 6th MARCHI and they must be marhed on the envelope {'Tender fox Lbmóre Punt." ROBERT DONALDSON, Boad Superintendent. Casino, 22nd February, 1877. . 1ST OTIÇEi THE Rev. J. BONTHORNE, M.A., will (D.V.) Preaoh at thb TEMPERANCE HALL, LISMORE, ut-ll-ahs^on SUNDAY, March 4th; and at the SCHOOL OF ARTS. WYRALLAH, at 7 p.m. Xismore Musical Union. REHEARSAL on-ÄÄüTOAY, 5th MARCH, at 8 p.m. ' J >' \ WM. OSBORNE HARMAN,: ' Honorary Secretary. Tp Storekeepers ?\X7"ANTED bv V RESPECTABLE ENER W GETIO YOUNG- MAN, a situation in a General Store. Well ".aooustomed, to tho Cfeooral Storekeoping Businesar^sna not afraid nf ..Work. Adoree«, E. WREN," oar« of J. E.- Janes, Store- I keeper, East Wardell. NOTICE. -V, ALL CLAIMS AGAINST the Underarmed are to be : sent in...

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

DECEPTION ono can not seo through-A . glass cve., .-. SrBLÏi-BorjND-Stuck on a word at a spell [ ¡pg bee. A' PLEASANT REFLECTION-A pretty girl's ' foco in n gloss. *.'.'.' ' 'FOOT RULE---Avoid tight boots. 1 ". ONE hand of a watch is a minuto bund, but .tho second'hand is"* minuter.. 1 WHAT ia tho boet vegetable pill yet invented for curing a gnawing at tho stomach?-An npplo dumpling. : ? Tho California Alta, in a biography of So crates, equips him as a sowing-machine agent "And that's perhaps why ho died, , .... With a hom-lock-stilch in his side." . A BOY novice in smoking turned deadly onie , and throw away his,cigar, Said ho,, "There's ...omothiri' in 'that cigar that's .mode ma sick." " I ? know what it is,'.' said his companion, , pulling awoyl "What?" . " Tobacker." ' '" PBOMISINO-Outside bf a 'Philadelphia boll, wliero meetings ! have beon hold for rörfoing English''spelling, 'there 'was 1 posted''. 1'iitoly, 1 " Tho'' Pillordeluer Oonvonshun for revising 'tho'spelling of th...

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Primitive Man in America. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

.':. ^Primitive Alan In America. SOME remarkable discoveries have, according 'to' the ' St. Louis. Republican,' been lately made by a party of-scientific explorers in the neighbourhood of Milton, Wisconsin. There are in that district a number of mounds, which recent archaelqg^c^' investigation has referred to the mysterious races that inhabited the central portion .of North America'long before the present aborigines obtained a. footing there. Selecting the largest of those mounds, tho explorers dug a trench from its outer edge to the centre, thirty" feet long, five feet wide, and at the centre attaining" a depth of ten feet About a foot - from the bottom, at the deepest part of the excavation, a layer of ashes and decayed wood waa laid, bare. A few inches below this-was a hard deposit resembling mortar,-and beneath were found the remains of four adulta and two children.. That they belonged to the race of ? mound-builders is inferred from the fact that there had previously been exhum...

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Fearful Crimes in Northern Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Fearful Crimes in Northern Queensland. Fon the last week (says the Cooktown Herald of the 3rd February) we have been inundated with reports of depredations being committed -north, east, south, and west-by those blood-thirsty savages, tho "poor blacks." Drays have been stuck up, and teamsters obliged to ny, women hunted, pack-horses captured, bullocks speared, and their latest atrocious act is the committal of the most blood-thirsty double murder that it has ever been our lot to chronicle since Cooktown was first settled, and, God knows, there have been enough. But a short time back, say the first week in December, two packers, named Hugh and Donald Macquarie, who for the lost two years have been packers between Cooktown and Maytown, started from Gray and Co.'s stores with their pack team of splendid animals, . representing a value, with their loading, of over Ü10U0. The Macquaries take the Hell Gate track, and nothing more is heard of them till a report is received on Wednesday last...

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The Sugar Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

------.-.--: The SugOT InuuBtry. Tas following letter has - been addressed-to ¿he Editor pf the ' Brisbane Courier :'- ' Sir,-One would haye ? thought that the 'disaster which ? happened last year, - which pretty well ruined .the 'sugar interest in Queensland where it existed, -would have deterred anyone agitating the labour question at this particular tine. I had hoped to have induced capitalists in. this country to assist me in developing the. sugar interest in Australia, but the disease in the cane quite stopped that, and it will take time to reassure people here. I take this opportunity , of advising my fellow-colonists to take a practical view of the matter. Sugar cane has never yet boen grown by Europeans to pay, and I' think nature even forbids it. If people live in a tropical country it is only natural that they submit to its laws ; in the end they will ba compelled to do so, whether they like it or not. A few months ago I visited all the West India colonies, and I have .no ...

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The Big Scrub. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

The Big Scrub. MR. A ROSS of Palmer's Island, Clarence River, bas been on a visit to the Richmond River, and writing to the " Grafton Ob server," 24th February, says the following respecting the Big Scrub Lands :-Off across the plain we went to the Big Scrub, as it is called. Our guides led us into the scrub, round comers, zig zags, up hills, down, glens, over .a red mealy" soil of volcanic origin, bearing heavy timber, and gigantic big trees, so unlike the scrubs of the Clarence. Not a tree could I seo showing any sign of decay, no matter how old or large. Now we came up to a Burn, wth its crystal waters trickling over a rocky bottom, and not having seen anything like it since I left Scotland I was overcome with delight. Not capable of observing my thoughts I struck out singing " Roby's stanzas on the Bums and Braes," and those .behind thought I had suffered a sunstroke, and was ' going on in the brain.' Proceeding onward we came upon an opening and our guide pronounced the occupie...

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

Wyrallah. l_FROK OTO CORBESTOirDETT.J " Fetruarr 23rd. IT is .not often that Wyrallah has so much Divine Service as we had last .Sunday? ; the Kev. Mr. Boathorne, from Maitland, opened with an eloquent sermon to a very large congregation at ll o'clock ; the " Rev. * Mr. Livingston preached at 3 o'clock; Mr. Bonthorne again 5 o'clock ; and then came the Church of England, Minister-Mr. Newton, at half-past 7 o'clock. The School of'"Arts was well filled on each occasion. On Wednesday' evening last, ~ the Rev. Mr. Bonthorne again preached in the School of Arts to an audience. After service à Church Meeting was held to give expression to the urgent want of a 'United Presbyterian Minister for the district, when some of our spo tkera in their real to do good or harm, kept wandering away amongst matter not in accordance with the then present subject before the meeting;, after a good few calls to order, a vote was taken when an almost unanimous vote was given in favour of the following resol...

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Church of England, Ballina. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Church ¿of England, Ballina. [moM A C.OIIBESPONDENT.] Ojí. Sunday, 28th .January, St. Mary's Church, Ballina, waa foi-mally opened for Divine Service by tho .Kev. Henry Porter, B.A., assisted by the Rev. F. R. Newton, Deacon. The opening services, which began with the Gloria Patri, were very beautiful, the specinl prayers, proper psalms, lessons, and hymns, being in harmony, and very appropriate ; the hymns and canticles wera sung with heai-tiness by the choir and congregation. At the morning service the Rev. F. R. Newton spoke a few words upon the' high privilege bf belonging to thnt pure and venerable branch of the Holy Church the Church of England, which though tracing its desent in unbroken continuity from Apostolic times is yet in .this 19th century as full of vitality as ever, and' is spreading forth its branches far. into all the world,- so that even in this far off land it is beginning to bear fruit abundantly.-j-and concluded' by exhorting his hearers to get themselves in h...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rer. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D.V.) preach at [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

V . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ,The Ber. HUGH LrVTtfGSTONE will (D.V.) .. .. preach at CASINO-On "Sunday, February 4th, at ll , a.m. and 7 p.m. ; Coraki, on Sunday, 12th, ' at 10'SO a.ra., and Woodburn, anne day, . at 3 p.m. ; Lismore, on Sunday: February . / . 18th, and at WyraUah, sams <l&y, at S ? 7. . p.m., ¡-Casino February 25th. »til a.m : '/ ? '? - and at 7p.my Coraki,Marcheta at 10.30 / -: : i.' a.tn;' Woodburn, 3. p.'m..' .

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The Aorthern Star. Lismore, March 3, 1877. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Xiismora, March 3, 1877. THE FINANCIAL STATE ' " MENT. THROUGH .the courtesy of the Actr. ? lR^''--<^venunent- Printer, we hare received a copy of the Financial . Statement made by the Hon. A. STTART, before the Legislative As sembly, on the 24th January last The work comprises some 166 pages i -ind «jontains the Estimates, anc \ Wav« and Means for the vear 1871 < and like all works emanating from the Government Planting Office, ÍB well got up. We have no desire to inflict upon our readers any portion of the huge mass of figures which, under the skillful manipulation of the Colonial Treasurer and his sub ordinates, : shows, the working of our Colonial Government;-which unde- thé svstem nt rïrësent prevail ing, has /many administrative duties to perform^'...which" ..should devolve upon local authorities,-being, ar stabed by the Colonial Treasurer, the governing body charged .with ' the administration of law and the preservation-of peace, but in virtue of th? own...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

' - '. N O TICE. ? mró ".NORTHERN 8TAR"-u iWi«avd at LISMORE; in < the RICHMOND RIVER . DISTINCT, ¿eyory SATURDAY-MORNlNG^ind ia deHPfttohed bv the firat Kaila to ¿ all . paria :-of 'tba I>i#tàct-' iuúí ".Colony.. .Tb*. Advertising Soale triU be a» follows :- -rl;.r:a.' " """"' . v": .«..'d. ? First inch (eight linón).Bad nader .. % ? 0. " E v«fy additional Inch - ~. .: .. ' .. * 1 - 0;" Births, MarrUgeVa»d-De*tha .s.'.^í ' O A li&jeral àHowanoe'wiB/be 'ln^''fot's8taiid»nç I AdvertUembàts, 'but no lower rat» will..tía"«flo^ptod'-j :than lsíari iáote 'v'l^ Tabnlar' advertisements witt be chairad" doubl« | theabof»«teri.. - ,. ".'.', _ No advertisement will be .-booked;.' to a, subscriber for a les* charge than ïs. 6dt ... The n^umber of insertions wost be written on th« -ftvoe of each ' advert i&cmeot, otherwise they will ; be published "until, countermanded, .-and charged .for accordingly; and no countermand will .be.valid, -jadean given in writing.; . ...

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I'LL BET YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

.'?i'll ['live: J! I'.'MI ll.'l-Il ílll'lll.'."íi -rjUll '?' i H.:-., y')(v#rLt BET iYOU:'!-! .)..-..> HM! - ''' The Detroit' boy is' n" bb'ip óÉ Jthé 'Détroit': ' Wah;' 'in11 respect' t9'"bdckiii'g'aift' . 'O^iiVións; ; :\vïthvvçash' : 5 Yesterday ' ' aftorpq'oijy '.wh'ilq'1 ¡'tile ¡groat ' crowd' 'By rt&d ' up^dtV'jä.öSvri 'Girls-" Avoid ' strfc'et1'''bjlrit'éfi.ngI nfld ,'Ttjetfing=t*''{]ie " 'npSfsbdys' and'bbbtbliicksT word'üiefe'i'aiidl ! 'dbV;cn!fca'¥ä'th'6''öaicr ?'' "U'."1 i ,;,r ' 1 neU-ffmt^yóix'(^0>,i¿-''6no that' Tilden'is' .' ''cicctea:» ":: ?.?.».." >»....>. "".'"i'll dö'.'Ior'{"-'WU'Uid'yet-pgnso.' '":: " "¡Theii tho"Tilden1^^"sfippdrterl' sldwly'ahdj ' "s'dlcinnly pullod o ut. 'it two-'c'önt1 ploce',.,' tho' ' 'o'thcr'fiBjïed'up ft'fcçHl! añVf,.thé''statós were' ' 'KnrfdpHL^ ,?? ¿'^"I 1 ;

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COULDN'T FIND HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

" COULDN'T FIND HIM. A Peabody fanner lind sold a Lynn mar a load of pine wood, oá hisway thither ht had lost .the piece pf. brown, paper thal contained the address.. He had searched for him at Post Offlce,'City Hall, and in a dozen bar-rooms,^ but was unable to find him, and was on the.point pf returning home, when Ito saw an- intelligent-looking individual standing on tho corner of Broad and Atlantic Streets, to whom he said-r^ ", I sold this load' bf wood to a man here iii Lynn, arid I cannot think of Iiis haine "fl should go to Halifax.'' "Common name, .is it ?" inquired- the'; man,' as though" he wouldlike to help kimo'utof the difficulty. "Yes, very common ; heard it a thousand ¡.times,", replied .-..tiio. farmer, - knitting his .eyebrows; '.'.Breed?" suggested the man The fanner shook his head. "JoneB?" ? ".No,-, that's not the'name. Let me see who was it. that built the ark ?" asked tho , farmer, leaning on. his whip handle. , "Eph Horn.',' -"That's .not the-name. Who was it...

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The [?]ssayist. LIARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

.j"-'.'-": .¡;',i;. . LIARS. , ../; '. \ ' ¡' L.i WQÍ baye .grp^yn.Bb ¿ñealy-;mputhed in o modern manner-..of , talking; .that, pdop rarely ; uso; the plain, Saxon , epithet win« denotes one.who is untruthful.. 'That mili ¡and,-water; euphemism..which npw'áda; , tones,dqwn nil yigordtis speech forbids oi calling a man a liar except in extreme case Tho. expression; ,is looked upon as. ( .ultimatum,, a casus belli; tho word that vinstantlyifollpwed^byja blb>v.,;,Só'werhá\ i inventpd a dpz'cii circiunlpciitbry phrases i express; tho. simple spade.. . Thus,,the chi] itoll.B,. : ,fibs; ;, women..., say nidro tbim. tho . prayers;.grown mon'are given to. drawin '.the.i.lpngbow; a.politician Who .seeks '1 : buffle .an; opponen t, by misleading statémen i speaks diplpniaticl ly ; a. friend'who, skilful] manipulates his facts jib serve lis purpose ? merely amasterpf^finesse, br"one.whp/èoi rather,plosp to,the,wind..', ;Ár'e;wp¿'tliorefoi to infer, that lying, is'really on tlie decrease ? W...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Local and General News. THE WEATHER.-Since our last, the weather has been very warm and dry, and a little "ruin is desirable. For all thia, grass is.p-otty plentiful, and we question if many parts of tim Colony could show as ra iny fat cattle an I preen pastures as wo can do at present. The public health is not so good as it might be, cases of debility and' low fever being rather prevalent ; but as this arises in a groat measure from the want of a proper vegetable and fruit diet, this will no doubt- be remedied wjien people enter upon the proper'cultivation of the land. PaorKSSóit"Smcuk.iK.-Our readers will see by our advertising calumas that the . above gentleman intends paying us a visit on an early daté,'and judging by tho favourable critiques upon his performances which have appeared in the Grafton journals, the above gentleman must be a pieidjl g'-iato.1 of no common order. From 1 the lar^e audiences that nightly attend his scea:ioai hs must be able to show tis " how to make mo...

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NO INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

> ' NO INTEKEST. I . , His Honor'greeted her'witu^the utmost , difference. . 'Slie wns^iéarly six feethigli, ; and "she' had a'iéathçr'bBlt'girted ; around rifer waist until. Bhéc'óúld'hárdlybréathe'. . ¡ '."Anä '. she said lier'nato^'Was' ïâiîrjj 'Diilè. i ' "'" I suppose this.1 political''1'excitement 'was tho i'caüée';'"lpfJ your breaking' in a.; Grocery'"window'''arid ^yelling '';Eah 'for. ' Abraham ''Buchanan' I'-^vaén'-f it'?" ' asked, his''Honor.'1' """ '.'!? ': :'"" «"'; "i " . "'Ndt much VJ she'haúghtlyíreplied'; " I. ''don't take arty interest inlp'olitic's;"11'/ ',,1 '-:;.'«.'b.ônVy'oilicàrê whp'^B-'electeir?'.'''1. .','.: 'i: .««.NaW' sir.'!',' What' I'want ''is ja -new'.' menn'o''dreBS''six pairs of stockings,'á'hevf* Kórin'étj'áiid'^^somé'Aíctíc.bvershoés: ' :^ . *¡ I iifiTh'éri'yoU'h'avè'no'toàlitical próclivi-, ÍÍÓB ?.."!'.' -.' .. «=.."" ?.. :; '-"'"'Náw,' sirj1'!1 wouldn't go_'tó: the polls, "ana,',v¿fé!if'yqú'' bfferèd "inp ;a'? navy* ' blue dress."'' ''''i'1'*...

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THE TEACHER'S RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

, THE TEACHER'S RESIDENCE. ' WE notice' that the; contractor, Air.-. W. Clements,'of Ballina, has just completed the erection of a teacher's residence adjoining the :Próvisional School in ' this town.- The" building contains two rooms measuring 12 by-14 feet, two 12 . by. 12'- feet, passage 25 feet long, verandahs 7 feet'wide, -kitchen 12 by 14 feet, fitted': with rainwater tank, : and ' other, conveniences, not the least of which is: .a'.'lcooking stove," whioh is a great-improve ment. upon the open fireplace whereby so many ladies and children have been burnt to dca ft in this 'Colony.- In all - its . glory of white paint and " iixins,'" ' the 'now house-' While it does Mr. Clements great credit as a -builder-puts the old school-houäe in the shade, and'at the same time suggests to many, the adviaibility of putting up a sightly fence .and gate, and also that great.essential ina sub-tropical climate-ra -shelter shed for. children during the. play hours. . With the thermometer often ...

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