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Scientific. LOST! STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

: . . .-. :¡i LOST ! STAKSi ",'TnEBÈ; are many 'otherwise w'ell-informe< folks who''positively believe; when they sei á ' shooting star,' that One ' of the real stan hos quitteU:-its place,' lost its position, anc - that the heavenly hÓBt is left smaller by oni than itwasbefore. ; Of course it ¡3 no sucl thing,' the so called shooting-stars, or j me teorc, being comparatively mere .sparks cl 'matter close ,to tbo: earth, sometimes flying , through its. very", atmosphere in. thousands and having ncthiug . whatever .to db with the.stellar orbs, calm in the isolated, gran deur of their almost' infinitó ' distance fron our earth, and moon, and sun and all thc planetary system .together. : .' ' ' . 1 Similarly- /placed again ' in . principle, though differently in' degree bf ;error,' a« others wh'ó/looklng through powerful tele scopes' tb .sharpen :theirtgaze, and profiting . by the aocumulated'resiihs bf action througr ' many hours, or even days, declaim that thej i have ther...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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The Family Circle. AMERICAN DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

. ? . AMERICAN. DISHES. ' : PARKER HOUSE-, BO LLB.-TWO quarts of . flour, one teaspoonful, salt, two spoonful' lard, one .pint of scalded'milk, half a cup of. yeast, two spoonful of 8Ugár.'¡ Mir the flour lard and salt well, with the milk'only luke-, : warm ; then add the yeoat'and sugar. Make a depression in tho flour, pour in the mix-, turo, covering it lightly with flour. Let it rise over night. , In tho morning mix like soft bread. Boll out; 'cut in rounds; and lap. over, putting a lump of'butter between the lap. Let'the rolls riso in the pan previous to baking. These rolls are quite celebrated The recipe was obtained by dint of .great ' effort and some strategy. ? AMERICAN, WAFFLES.-One pint.of swoet1 milk, one .cup butter, three : eggs, one .tea spoonful, thick brewer's yeast, one cup flour. Then add; another cup ,of .Bweet milk, in. , which is dissolved one quarter, teaspoonful soda. ' '.Let it rise till light, and pake in well buttered waffle irons, ' Serve very hot,1 with j...

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STRANGER THAN FRICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

STRANGER THAN FIUOTI0N. . Tho recent donth of Marmaduke B.Smnp son whahadtbeen financial editpx-of .the LondoniTimos ff om 1846 to v 1875, recalls one .of the irioBt interesting yet, painful ? chapters in newspaper history. Mr.Samp ^jion's position on tito Tiinesiwas *Wí JKairly potential %ori. ..Hu htaja kind of Toirer nokj.to flio adequately-"described ; was absolut ely': trusted'by the proprietors of tbe greatest journal in tho. world, and was undisputed master in .his own dVpart^" ment, , Long before bis disgraceful dis missal from tho TimoR he-lind-lost favor I in this country through- lus strong endea vour to help the Southern loan in Eng- ! land during the rebellion-a course which , .'did'Tiot' a'ltttle toward exciting an angry ! feeling between the two countries,. and i ?~ jvhich was the..cause of heavy losses by j ' English capitalists^-but ho weathered the | '. storm, 'and was up to the year 1,874, appar-, \ \ -.«nfl j- ss strong in'the possession of his " .great post as e...

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THE POOL OF SILOAM AND THE VALLEY OF TOPHET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

THE POOL OF SILOAM AND THE ! '. VALLEY. OF TOPHET. Ori> our way to the pool of : Siloami wo passed the .village of Siloam, which is .in habited-' by about a thousand Moslems-a : nest o£ i stone huts and caves clinging to the. side-hill,;and. exactly the grey,colour : of its stones; ; The occupation, of the in habitants appears to be begging, and-hunt ing for old copper coins, miteB, and other pieces of Jewah money. These relics they froBssd upon us with the utmost urgency, t was easier to satisfy the beggars than the traders', who sallied out upon us like hungry wolves from'their oaves;, ;Thero is,a great choice* of disagreeable places in. the East, : but I cannot i now think of any I should not prefer as a résidence to Siloam. The Pool'pf -Siloam; magnified-:in my infant mind ;as; " Siloam's shady rill," is an un attractive sink-hole; of dirty water, aur « rounded ' by modern- masonry. -. The ,. valley bere is 'very-stony.. Just below we came to Solomon's Garden, an arid spot, w...

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

3D I It 33 O.T OB.Y . INDEPENDENT ORDER OP GOOD TEM .-> PLARS-"Hope to Save Lodge, No. 28," Lismore.-Meets alternute Mondays at Tem perance Holl. W.L.D.: L. Q. Snow ; W.C.T. : George Davis; W.S. : F. C. Currey. WYRAXLAH SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Officers Fremden*: 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 : School of Arts. ...... » WYRALLAH MUSICAL SOCIETY-Officers Chairman ; James Beckenridg-e, Esq. ; Com mittee : Mesura. H. McKenzie, W. Argue, D. McPherson, J. Burley, J.R. Stock«; Honoraiy Secretary and Treasurer:.Mr. Wv W. Dixon; Organist for the Choir:. Mr. ? J. R. Stock» ; Leader of Choir: Mr. W. W.Dixon.. Meeting nights for Practice: Saturday, 7"30 to 9 pjn., at the School of Ans Building-. CASINO SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Offloers-Pres dcEt: \V. C. Bundock, Esq. ; . Vieo-presidontB : Messrs. J. Grime and R. Barling; Secretary:. Mr. H. JJ. James ; Trea...

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TRAVELS IN BURMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

TRAVELS IN ' BURMAH. "A Narrative of, Travel'arid Sport in Burmah,,Siam, and the Malay Peninsula.'' By John 'Bradley.-The. author ' of this pleasant vohunpis one. pf those who, as he tolls us himself, " travel principally for the gratification of their love of adventure and change of scenery," rather than for the attainment of scientific information.' Having " an innate love of wandoring in the countries ."which|aro but little known and frequented by Europeans," Mr. Bradley left Calcutta alono'for Rangoon, but there he, met. with a Captain^ Lacy anil 'a, Mr.' Grant, and these three on horseback, with Borne servants .with bullocks, travelled' tluough'.Siám'^by way bf Pegu and Sittang, down to 'Bangkok. ' The adventurous travellers -started:.-on October, 18G9, . and wo'. 'have here a simple nar rative of - their adventures, in tho form of a diary, down to February, 1870, when Mr. Grant left. them.. Mr. Bradley's .diary is written in a,' plain, sensible, business-like .style, quite dev...

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FAIR HAIR AND BLUE BYES IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

" PAIE, PAIR AND'PLTJE BYES IN '" : V. \.-GËRÎvtANY.:v'-i'T,','i : : ' For'a long time^ tlie iden of a German, more particularly of a German lady,, was that he or she had blue:eyes,and f air, hair. ThcGennans themselves have frequently' protested against this sweeping assertion j' -.andr a- careful - examination r q£,a^German regiment or of a German school "."would ' . have sufficed to show tho strong admixture of; biàekj hair .and; brown eyes, s} But an-, ttirópólbgists went'ón asserting' their own' viowB, formed on what they called their own long experience /till; at last the public in;-' sisted on having tho matter settled by a regular census. Government assented, and' oh; a certain day every school in Prussia .'had to make a return of the black and blue' 'and brown jColour .of tlie children's eyes. 'Many of tho pupils came home on' that' day telling their parents, with a myster-1' ious air,' thnt their eyes and hair and skin had boon examined at school. ' Some bf their, parents ...

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The Sketcher. THE GRAND VIZIER [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

THE QUAND VIZIER ' , 'Court is oponed on Fridays-Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday. It does not rise, until night comos, or,tho causes aroonded. Súñdays and Tuesdays aro set apart for tho. Sultan's divan. Hore, too,'the Vizier .pre-! sides, but right over his head is a Berni-:' circular, gallery,' about half tho size of a hogshead, 'apdf bnrfed very closely.-with gilded-bars. ' In this oar of Dionysius tho Sultan, sitB, or .moy, sit, '? and hear, every' ' cause tried.'A particular dress-is-required of all who attend' tliis 'divan. When the. Sultan calls a general council of all his . great officers-it is known as " the divan of feet," because all stand; during the consul tations. ''- When'the 'assessors lnivo given' sentence," fhe' yifcrer,-if lie approves',. con-, 'firms ¡Í with, tho' wbrdi sra ..(certain)'*' If ' lie dobs .not'ag^b: with tlie sentence, he hears 'tho, cause..' again. Tho assessors,' however,:* maintain' most' onrheetly their' own opinion, for if a judge has been once...

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The Aouelist. NELLY O'HARA; OR, THE HALFBROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

NELLY O'HARA ; OR, THE HALF .BllOTHERS. : " TnE county of Down' is a district that' can hardly be rivalled in the'world for varied picturesque scenery and getieral, interest; a pleasanter spot for a summer ramble could . : not easily be found elsewhere. No matter whether the traveller's taste prefers the rugged scenery of ;tho uplands that border Dundrum Bay, the grandeur of Strangford Lough, with its threehundred and sixty-five islets, its ruined castles,' and, dangerous currents, or the cultivated beauties ot Ross-, trevor and Warronpoint; no matter whether ho may travel in pursuit of pleasure, health or information, for tho picturesque or' the antique; 'whether he boa Boheuiian,'ñridi'ng pleasure in every phase of nature, or an . an tiquary, seeking "for . the. rou rid, towers. Druidic remains, and other arch'Sological treasures BO common in thiscounty, he will, at every stop, discover fresh objects of in terest and beauty" to reward his trouble and furnish him with pleasing reco...

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

CIJARENOE RIVER MAILS. ' .' ". . AnnivÉ-.' ., . .....¡ Clarence Elver Heads-Monday and Thurs day, 0 a. m. . .Jluka-7-Monday and Thursday, 7 a.m. - ? Woodburn-Monday-and Thurs/ay, 6.p.m., and leave for: Lisnioro on Tuesday and Friday, 5 30 am. v Wyrallah-Tuesday-and; Fnday, 8-30 a;m; Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday,-10 -15 a. m. ?^ . Lismore-Tueáday and Friday, ll a. m. : ,.:r DEPART- -. Xosmore-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. ... Gundurimba-Tuesday and Saturday, 2 p.m. .; - Wyrallah-Tuesday and Saturday, S'SOp.m. " .Woodburn-Tûésday^and Saturday,. 7. p.m., 'and'leave for Clarence Hoads on. on. Wednesday and'Sunday,'ht'_Ö a.m. *",/'. ~" 1 £* j J- Ilula^Wcdnosday,andJhinday,_£ p.m. . " Clarence Heads-Wednesday ..and : Saturday, 5p.mf/- ' . , ? ' "J. IL HTAM, . "A .. ,\ - . Postmaster. .

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Extinct Animals of North America. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Extinct Animals of North America AT a recent meeting .of the . Leeds. Philoso phical and Literary Society," 'an'"'intox ostini lecturer on this . subject -.was delivered bj Professor. W» H. ;Flower, F.-Bc S., who wai introduced by (the président (Kev.1 J. H -M'Cheáne). ? Tho»- leoturer described som< discoveries' lately . ¿hade "in certain; "district! in North America, which thréwvà great dea of new light upon past 'living inhabitants o: this world..', \\*[hon.: naturalists - attempted ti reconstruct. a history .. of -extinct' animals they : had to.gather ï evidence from fossils ii rocks or. stones,: and from deeply buried remains'of the harder and more.'.imperishable . parts of these animals, such as their bones .teeth, sholls, ifec"'' Moat* wonderful .deposit; ' -of this kind^had...lately. ,beon. found in th« western j part of "North America,- especially bëtweenj the river Mississippi'and the Pacific -'-a wide region, whick,had only.of late, beer opened I up . '.ipr;......

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Sugar for Home Use. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Sugar for'Hume .Usc. ; SUGAR forborne use can be made ?with com paratively' rough/appliances.' The great requisite is good cane. Wo could not advise - beginners to attempt to make ' sugar from ?canes of les3 than' 9° .'density. " Squeeze ? out the juice, if .possible,, and,thisw.can be done . very well by ; three rollers of hardwood, turned bya-ltrval-,"or 'batter aföllToy one of V-thepatent mangles in common use in farm houses. Where pigs are kept, 'it does not much matter whether all ' the juice is. taken; .from the cane j' tteyj .vrJH. extract., all ;thát ". remains, and got fat upon it. " ? .?',;.'"'"L^:wflaWifier.^y.thfl.Jn^oe. . is .extracted, it ' ; should fall at oncejuito a vessel .'kept at'about V200°, or just, below the boiling point. . This is necessary-to prevent [fermentation, which commencesias soon as ,tho canes* are bruised. ' " "Juice frpnr ;olean ' cane, of ^-from 9O y to' '10° - ".' -density should give from ,1 /to, Í.¿ lb. of brown - sugar to every gallon of liq...

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The Sydney Cricket Match. VE VICTIS! (British Unicorn, addressing British Lion, loq.: [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

The Sydney Cricket , Matcli. ! . . . . : *V/E Vicua I ?:.*?? /"Rrítinh TTmVnrn". addressing British Lion.. lot. : You old muff ! you have always tho glory, . ' Aud sit óu tho nght of tho O.;o .va,- . And there's not any truth ia,tho story ; That you once beat.mo<all,,roua,i-tne town; ;-v~- -_»--.,- «..-^UÍS ww uuwún^, r ." ': ,L' And wagging your stupid old 'hoad¿. Ami it now is your turn for a-rpa3tiug, : . " And I'll do the talking instead.... " ^.r " You boast-thát you planted the cricket Wherever an Englishman roves ;. . But now, my boy, look to your wicket , .?-^ho^^ - ... Söven bowlers,,both right and left handed, ': , . ' , With every, break,' curl, and pate, ; .'.'.' Tried their hardest,'büt'soniehbw got stranded, And .foubd^..themselves but bf tn* raoeC '.'; ..' Yom's ins who last'aiitumn departed For the furthermost end of the world- .. ''"r Lelt the shores of their'eouiitry light-hearted, ',. And the old British banner unfurled. The Royal arms will no longer re...

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Original Poetry. WANTED, AN ELIGIBLE BEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Original Poetry. WANTED, AN ELIGIBLE BEAU. Wanted I Wanted by a first rate H^Ue aa .eligible Beau ' . ' / . " >. .. f.;. '. : Who iaúst lia pronouiïocd^byall the ton"tb be quito «.boininé il faut ' " ... .'. Ho must talk th* jargon of th« day'each fashion able pluaao- ' .'' i - v ?;.>..? And sing with touching emphasis " The li^ht ol other days." «--.....--.-'.: 2-v^-- '. .. ' .- ...' - He must bo.aui"iait atfliitjigrtoo, but not whee ' abo is'by ; - . . : He must always-laugh- when she is gay^hon ' sho is pensive sigh';"' ',7 '? ' He-must follow lite her shadow "when she goes i ; ". topubJiu.plaoe*,..rr.:..-r And' ;be ready to escort'her ? to theatre*,-balls, . andraces'.' -'*." i- " ' '""-'J^' _ .' " ' ^ He must bo - in 'figure tall and'thia, but not"toa much of either, ' * i'". ; Aud be always ready at her beck to brave both wind und weather; ..-. > . Ho must dress with , studied eloganeo -and yet -' ,\ not bo'a dandy, . . ." . ¡ ' 'And in handing shawls and gloves: ho m...

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Winning Jockeys. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 March 1877

Wiiñing^Joekeys. THE' 'ßPaü MàU'Ga»tte ' ootainîg, açm^.faet» of iiiieresti to the""patrbns 'ot &ej3Turf,: from .tho ^return öf '''^^idnnii^jcgk«^»^,.,|ôç J._87.6» .It-appears; i^at[T.^A.rÍ^er,'^o ia prjincipally identified wittí .^e[fióraé8>'W^pgingatp;Lira Falmouth j and ''¿otów¡.^j$jfá$a ot Matthew Dawson's jstaolej ls" for the.. third ..year ; in .' succession j at, tíie h'êad. of 'the list. , In¡,l§7á he won .17^,^0^ ' J 8*75 * tu« jViotpries numbered i 1^2, "and ^"year". jihey^.;haye risen "to 206¡ .whiótí" w.a1»*t^ ^íaí J*M9^,,^M ' sö'ored' even'bjr" Fordham inJ^\röost:fialpiy; aaya",^S°; scbfei^^^Twge/inumljejj of ywipa "Árpíísr rodé.' np "fewer "Ücian CC62 raoeB,..and, 4¿i -iacldition* to' fija/"2^öt^ic^9«ie^^':wM 'jÔ3 times secondV ânà rèatimes "i£ird¡ .Hedid not begin kidmg.tiÜ 1'87I, ni" wfeici.year .lie í. i ; ¿.J . -. .i -áoored-tbree victories; but ia 1872"b'é"nâd increased his victories nine-fold'' and io 1873 Was a winner 107 tiznes. .He is still only a "...

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Russian Troops in Bessarabia. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 10 March 1877

Russian Troops in Bessarabia. A: CORRESPONDENT of thé 'Journal de Geneve, writing from Kissinew, in Bessarabia, says.: -" We are absolutely overwhelmed by the influx of Russian troops. -Upon the lost day of October 'several of 'the detachments stationed between Kharkov, Kiew, and the frontier received orders toehold themselves in readiness fora movement:;-and, as most of these detachments had to come through here, you may imagine the difficulty we experienced in providing for them all-neal" 50,000 men. It is interesting to follow the method adopted for what may be called the instantaneous movement of so large a body, and this method is a very simple one. Trains of from fifteen to twenty carriages each'are dispatched every half hour from Kiew, Kharkow, and several intermediate stations, each . carriage holding fifty men. . In this way 20,000 men were conveyed ;upon the first day, 18,000 upon the second, and 12,000 mcluding 4000 troopers and their horses, and 2000 artillerymen and the...

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Latest Commercial. BY TELEGRAM SYDNEY, Friday, March 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 10 March 1877

Latest Commercial. {BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, March-9th. ,. MESSRS. H. PRIESTLY and Oo. report that anaize was selling this day at 2s 7d per ?bushel ; eggs, 16d per dozen ; fowls, 40d per pair; ducks, '6 Od per pair ; bacon, ,10d per'lb. ; butter, 22d per. lb. ; cheese, 7d jper lb. ; potatoes, .6s per cwt. Sydney, Marth "9th. | MR. A. KEXIIELIÍ reports :. Good Cedar -j .in.;: demand at fair price-; Beech slightly : enquired for at 13s ; Pine dull of sale at j 7s or 8s 6d with pressure j- Pine flooring j 16s 6d ; stocks large, trade dull.

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Turning Sait Water into Fresh. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 10 March 1877

Turning gait Water Into Fresh. ALL who have" read many narratives of ship-wrecks must have been struck by the fearful sufferings to which boats crows are exposed through the want of fresh water. A beat cannot carry water tanks bf any size, yet she cannot make a voyage without water, and often have men escaped from a sinking vessel only to die a worse death, for Want of fresh water, in an open boat, under a tropical sun. This danger con now be avoided by fitting ships boats with a very simple and ; condensing apparatus which has just been I invented and patented by a firm in Dublin, j It consists of a .small boiler heated hy a ! paraffin lamp. The steam from the boiler which ia filled with salt-water, is condensed in a worm-tube which passes through à receiver filled with cold sea-wator by a pipe passing through the side of the boat ; <i.. second pipe allowing the heated water to escape, «nd 30 keeping the supply always cool. Tliis apparatus will produce from a pint to a p...

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A River on Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 10 March 1877

A River.on Fire. IT is said that a singular phenomenon can now be seen in Clarion, Comity Pa,, in ii small stream known as the Catfish. For o long time the inhabitants of that locality have noticed a commotion on the surface ol the water, like that made by gas bubbling tc the surface, These bubbles have been seen for many years, but no particular notice was taken of them until recently, when thc quantity of ' escaping gas increased, and the surface of the stream for several rods was covered with bubbles. A strong smell cf gas also impregnated the air in the vicinity. Last mouth the place was visited by several gentlemen who had heard of, tho , phenomenon. They become convicted that it wus gos, and determined to test its burning qualities. ' A bunch of rags was obtained at a farmhouse, and thoroughly saturated witli kerosene.' To this a match was applied, and the burning ball was thrown into the stream. Before it reached the surface of the -water the ; gas ; ignited, and a slight' ex...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 10 March 1877

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. . ' Tho Rev. F. SCHURR, will (D.V.) say MASS : . . ct- j CORAKI-On Sunday, Maroh 4th; at Casino, ! . on the 11th; ana at Lismore, on the 18th j .- ?? March.

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