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All-England Eleven v. Combined Eleven. FROM TELEGRAMS IN THE S. M. HERALD. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
All-England Eleven v. Combined Y " , " Eleven« ? ?if f.' _ FROM TELEGRAMS IN THE 'S. M. HE¡IULD,' Melbourne, Thursday. THIS match commenced at 1 o'clock to-day, and it has been arranged that the stumps, shall bo drawn at 5 o'clock each evening« Bannerman and Thompson were tho first to appear at the wickets- for the Combined team, to tho bowling of Shaw and Hill. Bannerman at once commenced to score, but Thompson in the second over was bowled by Hill. Horan followed, and the scoring . .r- became veiy active, principally off Hill, and soon 30 appeared. The. bowlers then J changed ends, and Horan after some pretty play, was caught in the slips by Hill, oft" Shaw, the boll getting up on to the handle of tho bat. D. Gregory came next, but awkwardly ran himself out when he had only -made l. Bannerman arid Cooper were now together, and tho former kept on increasing bia »cure, hitting freely to all parts of tho field and adding several fours. The score, which at the fall of the last wicket ...
SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
"SHIPPING' NEWS. ? ? * &lt; LISMOBE. ABBIVAT.S. March IC-.Tabbberwock, a., and Aßnos Irvings., 400 tons, Captain Bracegirdle, from 'Sydney. Passengers-Mrs. Pidosck, Mr.-and Mrs. Simpson, Messrs. Ball, Hogan, J Harrison, P. I., Docker, Watson, and 6 in tho steerage. "Tile Agnes Irving left Sydney at 10 p.m.; on tho 14th March, and'Newcastle at noon, >*n tho 10th, crossed the Clarence Bar at daylight, on ' tile ICth, landed a Locomotive Engine for tho .Breakwater works at the Clarence Heads, left ; again at daylight, on the 17th, and crossed tho Bichmond Bar at ,10'30 a.m., »same day. Experienced head winds with tino weather to the Clarence, and light southerly winds'tile rest - of tho passage. Landed her Ballina cargo on Monday morning, and carno through to Lismore - name dny. . - March 20.-Lucy 'Ravel, ^schooner, from ? Sydney. DEPARTURES. March 20.-Agnes Irving, s., for Sydney. March 23.-Lavina, schooners, with.68,000 -feet pine, 11,600 feet Bawn stuff, 10,0C0 feot cedar...
BALLINA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
33AXÍXJX3STA.. ARRIVALS. March 18.-Agnes Irving H., from Sydney. - March 19.-Edith Koop, and Lucy Ravel, » schooners, fronv Sydney. ,: DEPARTURES. " March 18.-Monarch, Margaret, and Atlanta, ¡ schooners, for Sydney. ' March 19.-Alice Jane, Neptune, schooners, sior Sydney, and Alpha, for Newcastle. March 22.-Agnos Irving, H., for Sydney.
STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS— ARRIVE SYDNEY— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
STEAMERS VIA TORRES STRAITS ARRIVE SYDNEY January 6, February 2, March 1, March 30, April 26, May 24, Jane 21, July 19, August 16, September 13, October ll, November 8, Decem- ber 7. . . . . LEAVE SYDNEY January 29, February 25, March 25, April 18, May 16, June 13, July ll, August 8, September 5, October. 7, November 4, December 2, Decem- ber 30.
Wyrallah. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] March 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
Wyrallah. LnioM OUR CORRESFONDENT.J March 21st. JUST to give us an idea, und to show us how puny are our efforts to get up any Musical Entertainment, our neighbours, the poor blacks, or rather the Whitey Browns gave.us a grand torchlight concert or corrobberce the .other night, when all the Marias and Billeys in the district took part, To a person that has never seen any of these turnouts I would say, turn out and enjoy it if you can, as taste is everything in this world, and ^oü know it is quite fashionable to see every thing. It is not lny intention to criticize the musical programme as Î don't Understand it, but one must really admire the fine time they keep, putting to alíame some of the white folks ; they must have went to a good deal of labour and expense I was going to say, but wo will blot that out. For a concert room they had the green sward, and nature's own canopy, whero all their music floated away" and made Tuki Tuki ring' again. Festoons, bowers, and bushes had been ar...
STEAMERS VIA SUEZ— ARRIVE SYDNEY—. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
STEAMERS VIA SUEZ AniuvE SYDNEY-. Jaimary 12, February 9, Maren », Apruo, May 4, June 1, June 29, July 28, August 25, September 22, October 20, November 17, De- cember 15. LEAVE SYDNEY-: January 22, February 19, March 19, April 14, May 12, June 9, July G, August 3, August 31, September 30, October 28, November 25, De- cember 23.
Woodburn. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
Woodburn. (FROS! OUR CQBRESrOîttJËNTi) Mardi I'D. I AM sony to flay that death has been busy amongst us during the last fortnight, no fewer than three young persous have passed away. ' The first was a promising girl of Mr. E. Butler, Swan Bay. It appears that this little girl, who was between 6 and 7 Írears of age, was playing on the verandah of ter .father's house with lier brothel's «lld sisters, when, by some accident she fell oft' the verandah, at the-time having a piece of stick in her mouth and falling upon lier face, the piece of stick was driven through the poor little sufferer's neck causing such injuries that dcatli resulted in a day or two&lt; On Saturday, March 11th, the eldest daugh- ter of Mr. W. Trusturn of this place breathed . her last. This young person, aged 20 years, had been suffering front this low fever which is so prevalent just now on the river. Mr, J, Stocks attended her, and did not I believe anticipate a fatal case ; her sufferings were great, whi...
WEDNESDAY, 21ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
"WEDNESDAY, 21KT MARCH. Alexander Robinson, James Smith, Tnomas Bartholomew, and Frederick Statuts nppeared on summons, charged with wilfully ïlisobeying the lawful commands of tho Master of the ship Jabberwock, and .£1 was ordered to bc ' deducted from the wages of ?each, except "Frederick Strauts from whom 1 ñs was ordered to be deducted. A slaughtering license was granted to George Nichols, of Greenhill,
The Northern Star. Lismore, March 24, 1877. OUR HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
Lismore, March 24, 1877. -OUR HEALTH. WE are sorry to say mat mucn sickness and many sad deaths have occurred in our little township of late, the prevailing form of disease being what is known in India as the Jungle Fever, which is caused by the miasma arising from stagnant water on low-lying grounds, dense vegetable and plant accumulations, and to which fever visitations all newly-settled places in the northern portion of Australia appears more or less subject. "It is rather un- fortunate that many of our inland Colonial towns are built on the alluvial flat deltas which are charac- teristic of ^ the Australian rivers, which lands, a few years ago, were only BWamps; and in the case of .this township, the-health and spirits of the inhabitants would no doubt have been better if their dwellings had been placed on the picturesque hills that surround the town ; but as the built of, -our trade lays with the river, so the township lias located on its banks, while the hills are left to natu...
A Sea Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
A Sea Horse. THE following strange incident has been Teported to tho ' "Warrnambool Standard ' by an eye-witness of the occurrence :-One of the strangest freaks of a young colt, through which both rider and horse nar- rowly escaped a watery grave, occurred at Nirranda last week. Tho owner of a farm who combines colt-breuking with- other pursuits, handled a powerful dapple-gray «oit, which being what horsey men terra "a plum," it was thought advisable to take him to the beach in order to escape the danger attendant on backing so unruly a brute in a stockyard. On all occasions when a colt is to be mounted people gather in crowds to seo tho sport, as they term it, and on the present occasion there wore a good many eye-witnesses to the incident about to be related. After having; gone through the preparation of lounging and. other preliminaries, the horse was saddled and mounted, but to the astonishment of every one present, he bolted with lightning speed for the sea, which he gained j i...
1877. TIME TABLE THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
1.877. T ITS£ B TABLE THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OP MAILS AT POST OFFICE, LISMORE. . AKEIVAI.8 FROM-. Alstonville and Ballina-Moro AY, 1-30 p.m. Casino-WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, 10 a. m. Kynumboon-TUESDAY, 10'a.m. Tirrania-SATURDAY, ll'30 a. ni. . Wyrallah, Woodburn, .Gundurimba,, and. Buka-TUESDAY and FRIDAY, li a. in. ; DEPABTUB.ES FOB- ; . í Alstonville and Ballina - SATURDAY, IO 30 a. in. , Casino-MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, 2 p.m. ? Kynumboon-FRIDAY, 1 p.m. ' '? ; ' - Wyrallah, Woodburn, - Gundurimba, and Iluka-TUESDAY and SATURDAY,- 1 p.m.
TIME TABLE OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVE SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
TIME TABLB OF MAIL STEAMERS VIA SAN FRANCISCO. ABRIVB SYDNEY January 3. January 31, February 28, March 28, April 25, May. 23, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 12, October 30, November &lt;, December 0. LEAVE SYDUEV January 12, February 9, Mardi 9, April 6,. May 4, June, 1, June 29, July 27, August 24, September 21, October 19, November 16, De- cember 14.
What Dredging did for the Clyde. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
What Dredging «lid for thc Clyde. BUT 100 years ago (observes the 'Aberdeen Weekly Joximal ') the Clyde, -which is now a great navigable river admitting first-class Atlantic steamers into the heart oí Glasgow at the lowest tide, was but a shallow stream, through which pedestrians could .wade as far os twelve miles seaward. There" is no more water down than there was then, and this marvellous chango has been brought about entirely by dredging. Smeaton was the first mau to set afoot, on. a . scientific basis, the improvement of the Clyde as - 'a navigable channel. John Golborne, of Chester, began operations ".by loosening the solid bed of the river--horse-ploughing the shallows that were left -left bare, at low watf>r, . aud dredging . where the water was too deep for the horses. By this .. means he considerably increased the depth of the river from Glasgow to the sea. Eehnió, Telford, and others followed up the laboms of Golborne and Smeaton; and the result was that in 1836 the Cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
Australian Mutual Provident Soclôty. ALECTURE on tho ADVANTAGES of LUTE ASSURANCE wili ho given by MR. L. MoOLOUD, tho Travelling Agent of the above Society, at the^OURT-HOUSE, LISMORE, at 8 o'clock on MONDAY EVEN- ING NEXT. Admission .Free. All Classes are earnestly invited to attend. Lismore Musical Union. REHEARSAL on "v^EDNESDAY, 28th MARCH, at 7^30 \ p.m.^Tho Socond Quartor's Subscription is nnw payable. "WM. OSBORNE HARMAN, Honorary Socretary. 3Sr O T I O "B . IN reference to tho Advertisements how appearing in tho ' Star,' respecting my INTEREST m certain LANDS, to bo Sold by MR. M. M. CAMPBELIJJat-WSMORE, on TUESDAY, 27th March, 1 bog to state that the WHOLE of my Interest in tho said Lands hag been LEGALLY TRANSFERRED fur somo Months past. JOHN MCLENNAN. Lismore, 23rd"Mareh, 1877. British and Foreign Bible / 3Sooiety>-v i f>, : ., ,¡r-_^i fT^HE' i REV.' I.^x-MAOKAYj of Grafton, I President of'the Clarence Auxiliary of tlio ahove Society, will (D.V), hold--álPTHÍLÍO ME...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
PRESBYTEEIAIN CHURCH. ' The Bey. HUGH LIVINGSTONE will (D.V.) preach at CASINO-On Sunday, March 25th, at ll a.m.. * and 7 p.m.'; Comiri, April 1st, at 10.30 a.m, and Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Lismore, April 8iij, at 31 a. m;, and Wyrallah, at 3 p.m. Richmond River Agricultural and V- Horticultural Society. THE THLRD AÎTNUAL MEETING bf «he . above SOCIETY will bo held in CASINO on THURSDAY, 25tH MAY. Tho SCHEDULE lill shortly be TubHshed, and ENTRY FORMjSjjdu^i^nuld -bo applied for early, can be olSïKiAed of the Secretaries. The COMMITTEE EARNESTLY SOLICIT tlio C0-OPERATION\ of all Persons in the ^District in carrying tlirough tho above SHOW. ALEXR. J. SIMPSON, - JEFFREY GRIME, Joint Honorary Secretaries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877
PRINTING. NOTICE. THE "NORTHERN STAR" is-published at LISMORE, in tho RICHMOND RIVER .DISTRICT, ev¿ry SATURDAY MORNING, and :iu despatched, by tho first Mails to all parts of -the Distriot and Colony. 'The Advertising .Scalo -will be as follows : a. d. First inch (eight lines) and under 2 0 Eveay additional inch .... .', 1 0 Births, Marriages, and Deaths ..20 A liberal allowance will be made for Standing Advertisements, but no lower rate will be aooepted :than ls. an inch. Tabular advertisements -will bo charged double ?tho aboye arates. No advertisement will be booked to a non .siibscriber fora less chargo than 2s. 6d. The number of insertions must %o written on tho face of each advertisement, otherwise they will bo published until countermanded, and -charged for accordingly:; and no countermand will bo '. valid nudess given in writing. Orders to alter, or withdraw advertisements must "bo sent in before i p.m., on WEDNESDAY, and new advertisements cannot bo received latter than 4 p...