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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877

' LATEST TELEGRAMS. ~ {From the Atistralian Associated Pren.) Sydney,'March 19. The Combined Team won tho Cricket ; Match at Melbourneby 48 . runs. March 20. ? 1 The House assembled to-day, Ministry not ;. ; yet formed, expected to-monw. . March 22. The following gentlemen were sworn in ai Members of the .New Ministry, to-day :-Mr, Parkes, Colonial Secretary ; Sir. Piddington, v /^Colonials-Treasurer ; Mr. Driver, Minister '"îfî/ïor Lands ; Mr. Lloyd, Mines ; Mr. Hoskin, Works; Mr. Suttor, Justice ; Mr. Samuels. Postmaster General ; Mr. Windeyer, "Attor ' ney-Goneral. The House met yesterday, - and granted supplies for March. March 23. In the Assembly yesterday-the Seats of the Ministry were declared vacant, and the House has adjourned until the 24th ; April. A writ has been issued for East Sydney, as follows :-Nomination, 28th March; polling, ^ - 31st; . the Other writs extend to tho «70» April; the return writs to the 19th. Messrs Parkes, Lloyd, and Piddington, have ? issued addre...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Woodburn Court of Requests FRIDAY, 16TH MARCH. Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.M.; and W. GOLLAN Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877

Woodburn Court of Requests FRIDAY, 16TH MARCH. Before H. S. ELLIOTT Esq., P.M. ; and W. GOLLAN Esq., J.P. A Hawker's License was granted to Thos. McGalvin. H. Dawson v. W. Gi-eer-The plaintiff sued the defendant for 15s., for goods sup- plied and money lent ; verdict for jilaintiff, with costs.

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

MEDICAL. Too TEXTE.-Tho little Cough, that makes a white loee handkerchief necessary round tho throat, is interesting at first, and only seems to call for unlixüted indulgence iu marsh-mallow or gum. . drops. But by-aod-by the young lady finds hersclff too weak to care for dressing and going- out, andi her friends miss her from the parties. The' word is, f " falling fast, quick consumption," and the Boones j thal loved her, know her no more, forever. A lit'.lo f prudence, core enough to hayo taken a few doses of HAIX'S BALSAM, and she might be enjoying the glorious days of autumn, the gayest of the gay. Price 4s. 6d. VVholesalo Agents.-MESSES. EIXIOTT BnoTUEKS,' Sydney. [Advt. Grateful-Comforting:. EiPIPS'S OOOOA BREAKFAST/ TOY a thorough knowledge of tho natural laws which govern the operations of diges- tion and nutrition, and by a careful application of '. the fine propertied of well-selected Cocoa, Slr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a deli- . eatery flavored bevera...

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

DIRECTORY. INDEPENDENT ORDER OE GOOD TEM TLARS-"Hope to Save Lodge, No. 28," Lismore.-Meeta alternate Mondays at Tem- perance Hall. W.L.D.: L. G. Snow; W.C.T.: George Davis; W.S. : E. 0. Currey. WYRALLAH SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Offloera President : John Keep, Esq., Sydney ; Vice president: Mr. Thomas Brandon; Treasurer, Mr. W. Arguo; Librarian: Mr. W. Steven; Seoretary: Mr. W. Dixon. Night of Meeting; Thursday; Place: Sohool of Arts. WYRALLAH MUSICAL SOCIETY.-Officers Chairman; 'James Bockenridge, Esq.; Com- mittee ; Messrs. H. McKenzie, W. Argue, D. McPherson, J. Burley, J. R Stocks ; Honorary Secretary and Treasurer; Mr. W. W- Dixon; Organist for tho Choir: Mr. J. R. Stocks; Leader of Ciioir : Mr. W. W. Dixon. Mooting nights for Praotico: Saturday, 7-30 to 0 p.m., at tho School of Arts Building. CASLNO SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Officers-Pres deEt : W. C. Bundock, Esq. ; Vice-presidents : Messra. J. Grime and R. Barling; Secretary: Mr. H. L. James ; Treasurer, Mr. A. J. Simp- son ; Custodian : Maste...

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Up in a Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877

Up in a Balloon. FRENCHMEN (observes an American journal) are always in difficulty and having little affairs of honour which, on account of the stringency of the laws, are very difficult to settle on French soiL The latest " affair " of which we have any record is a difficulty between Monsieur Salle-Linge-Bottes-de-Boue and the Vicomte Jamaismelaver-Deteste Savon. The principals chartered two balloons and ascended to the height of 1000 feet just outside Boulogne harbour." Mons. Bottes-de-Bouo had a straw figure in his balloon, which he held up to his adversary's view as soon as they had arrived at the necessary altitude. The Vicomte immediate- ly put six bullets in it, and. seeing the dummy drop, hid himself in the bottom of the car and prepared to descend. At this juncture his adversary opened a fusillade from a seventeen-shooting rifle at the gas-bag of the Viscomte's balloon, which materially assisted and so quickened his descent that he fell with great" rapidity into the sen. Th...

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

Looa! and General News. POLITICAL.-Our roauors ?will notice that Mr. Parkes has succedod in forming a Ministry which looks very well- upon paper ; but whether thoy will pull together, and do any thing for tho general good of the-country romains tobe seen. LECTURES,-A Lecture upon the advantages of Life Assurance will bo given nt tho Court House, Lismore, on Monday evening next, by Mr. L. McCloud, the travelling agent of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, when all persons who tako ari interest in tho well- doing of'themselves and families should attend. On Wednesday evening, the Kev. I. Macleay, of Grafton, Prosidont of the Clarence- Auxiliary of the British and Foreign Bible Sooioty, will hold a public'meeting at tho Temperance Hull, Jnjhis town, on'behalf of the above Society. MEDICAL.-Dr. 'Joseph Foreman, who is the travailing Medical Rcforoo of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, together with the Agent of the Society, are expected in Lismore shortly, and -during his s...

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CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877

CLARENCE RIVER MAILS. ARRIVE Clarence River Heads-Monday and Thurs- day, 6 a.m. \ v. Iluka-Monday and Thursday, 7 o.m. . Woodburn-Monday and' Thursday, 5 p.m., and leave for Lismore on Tuesday and Friday, 5'30 am. "Wyrallah--Tuesday and Friday,- 8*80 a, m. Gundurimba-Tuesday and Friday, 10'16 a. m. Lismore-Tuesday and Friday, ll a.m. DEPART ' Lismore-Tuesday and Saturday, 1 p.m. ? Gundurlmba-r-Tueaday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Wyrallah-Tuesday and Saturday, 3*30 p.m. Woodburn-Tuesday and Saturday, 7 p.m., and leave for Clarenco Heads on on Wednesday and Sunday, ot 6 o.m. Unka-Wednesday and Sunday, 4 p.m. Clarence Heads-Wednesday and Saturday, 5 p.m. . : ' ' * J, M. HYAM, roBfanastcr.

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WEDNESDAY, 14TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 24 March 1877

WEDNESDAY, 14TH MARCH.   A slaughtering license was granted to     John Bugden, of Gunderimba.

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Horrible Termination of a Love Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

Horrible Terii)inalíon föf n Love, Affair. " r! ' j A MURDER without.parallel lins been commit ted at Attunta, Now Zealand. A young man named Alexander Scott was engaged to' a young lady of great . beauty, and whose parents .were : in very good ' circumstahces. For something the father hud said to Scott about frequenting a ' house of , doubtful character the latter discontinued visiting thc home of his intended bride, hut succeeded in decoying her. ou, nt "night by means of'an occasional letter. After they lind thus met for a number of,times, they decided ti- wed, but the girl, liking to. have her father's consent, advised that the event should be delayed. Upon her consulting her father, that gentleman not only gave a deaf ear to the question, but stated that she . was never again to see Scott. But she heeded not. her father's words ; and that night she again met Scott. Slie told him what her parent had. said, and while she was bidding - him a fond adieu, he plunged a knife into her...

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Cannibal Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

Cannibal THE note on tho Pirai of : Guiana reminded me'that' the Barracouta-.is*credited-, with som o thing of the Barne performance in the "West"Indies. . . I'Jiave never heard of ; their, taking off ia.-.nron's: finger or'.. toes, ..butitbey tell of ; their biting off .more tender i portions of' "the person, and when V. bathing there is always a dread : of their- attacks. . In the batliing.places in'Barbadoes, there is a small fish,' I cannot.' tell. . of -, what description, that' attacks ? most vigorously,-'- any spot on one's body that has the skin1 ' scraiched in the: slightest degree. ? I remember when. ' first arriving in the West Indies, and not knowing anything of'the habits of these little wretches, I went fout to bathe,' and. soon felt'tho most intense pain wherever I had a. scratch of any ?kind;: and, as usually happens wrth.inew: arrivals, I had taken the skin off in many places about - my , ankles and . wrists ? ,fr¿m irritation caused, rbyr'niosquito bites. Ijbr some...

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Misues of a Bank Safe. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

Misuse of a Bank Safe. A BANK inspector (says Atticus " in .tho ' Leader ') paid, añ unusual and unexpected svisit; ofter office hours, to a countiy branch in "Victoria dining the very hot weather of )ast week. . The local.manager was surprised, but of course delighted, to see Iiis chief. ' The inspector could ., only,,-'luoko a brief stay, and-i.dcclar«^'.; Ms intention of nt.opnce going" to"\business. "_"Wb ^411. /fii'sfcseo such ;antfja}wKi*W^^ naming one . of j ;"thosp > mysterious ? records- that are. alwaj's ^upposo<l.to:bekeptlooked up. in the strongest "of safes. '. .'.'It is- hore;" said the manager, producing -it ?*£rom*a- shelf in the office. ", And now""for so and so," continued the inspector, haming another book' of doom. Tho manager drew- it from an office drawer,' and laid it open for inspection. Two or three other books were asked for and given np, 'but'all were lying scattered about the office instead of being locked up in tho Milner. . The'; suspicion...

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Latest Commercial. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, March 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

Latest Commercial. [BYTELTÍOBÁM.] ' - : ' ? SYDNEY, Friday, March 29th. MESSRS. H. PRIESTLY and Co. report that maize was selling this day at 2s 8d per 'bushel; eggs, ls 4d per aozen ; fowls; ,3s 4d per pair ; ducks, 6s per pair j bacon, "lOd per lb. ; butter1, , ls 4d per lb. j cheese, '.IO per lb. ; potatoes, 6s per cwt. Sydney, Maroh 30th. MB. ' A\ ' KETHELL .reporta s. Pine logs 6s 6d to ' 7s, market depressed ; \ good Cedar and Beech in demand at fair rates ; Pine flooring ' lös " 8d to 17s ; tonnage plentiful,-.freight 3s.6d to4s 6d. ','

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A Rich American. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

A Rich American. COMMODORE Vanderbilt, after wearing out. the reporters with his obstinate vitality.(says the 'Spectator'), is dead nt last. He ,is believed to have been the wealthiest man in America, and was certainly one of its most successful money-makers, dying, we believe, owner of at least three great railroads. He ; was a'born administrator, who applied his great faculty to business, first as an owner, of steam-boats - whence his nickname of " Commodore "-' and then of railways,' managing great multitudes of men with unfailing success. Though a groat speculator and a bitterly hard man, he had one good quality in'business-he always tried to make his enterprises succeed and return large dividends, which, in: Amorica, is not. con sidered the quickest way to a great fortune. The speculative idea there is ' to make your, own shares rise and fall, and then deal in them-to pay, in fact, with Joaded dice. It is probable that Mr. ' Vanderbilt died worth £15,000,000 sterling, much of.i...

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A Fashionable Woman's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

À Fashionable Woman's Prayer. - Strengthen my husband and ; may his' fa'rth and his money hold out to tho last. Draw the lamb's wool of unsuspicious twdiglit'Ovef his'eyesj that my .-flirtatians may look to him like . victories, and that my bills ; may strengthen; his.pride in me« Bless, O Fortune, my crimpsj1 rats, and; frizz'es, and let thy glory shine on. my pain'nH riowler. . Enable the poor to shift for themselves, and save me ti oin all "missionary beggars. Shed the light of thy countenance on my camel-hair shawl, my lavender silk, my point lace and -my neck-lace of diamonds,, and keep tho moth ont of my sable, I beseech thee, O Fortune 1 When I walk out before tho gazo of vulgar men, regulate my wriggle and give now grace to my gait. When I bow myself to . worship, grant fiat I may do it with ravishing elegance, iud preserve unto the last the lily-white OE my flesh and thc taper of my fingers. Destroy mine enemios with the gall of jealousy and eat up with the teeth of envy al...

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A Wife's Hard Lot. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

. A Wife's Hard Lot. ? Dunbar's wife, says M. Quad, listened to a long political-discussion: whilo riding down - town . yesterday . morning, aud at dinner slio romarked to her husband : ; " Well, a fow days more will decide this election." . "In a moasure," was his guarded re play. * ? ' .' I'm awful glad," sha continued. " You commenced going out nights about tho first of March, and yon'vo kept it up over sinco. I'll be ono happy womnn about tho 8th of November. We'll have cheerful fires, games, comfort, and-" " Charlotte," solomnly interrupted tho husband, " can't you understand this thing ? Tho election will occur on tho 7th prox., of course. After that date I must help count up: tho returns, verify thom, put our clubs in training for tho noxt campaign, examine tho linos of the oppo sition, and soforth, and it may bo noxt April before I got through. - You-must have pationco, for everything'is working ¡ all right." - -

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

'.àè'Ijiev::HUçlâ ' - preach' at-t--. . . . '. ? -jDASÏNO-On. Sunday,. Marçli>25th, at ll a.m,. and"7.p:m.'; Coraki, A^prilíst,'-at 10.30a.m, "and-Woodburn, at 3 p.m. ; Lismore, April Stb, at ll a.mr, and Wyrallah, at 3 p.m.

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Original Poctry. MARYANNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

. --- I ?'''??^rii'KTAiSiS-E-.- i Ö Maryanne, yon^'rclty'gírl, Irilt'hí on aílky-lnbor,. ¡ r-z-:. - "Of sempstresses- the pink and pearl, láxense a pooping neighbor.* ' Tlibso eyes for over" drooping, give The-lt»ng brown lathes rarely ; ' .-Bat.violets lu the shadows live, ¥or once unveil them fairly. Hast'thou not cut that flower ont, " With .looks so long and earnest, L>o, there's more penetrable'stuff/ To which those neverturnesl» Yo graceful fingers deftly sped,' IIow slender and how nimble, O might ! wind those skeins of thread, Or but pick up that thimble. How blest the youth whose love shall bring, ' And happy stars embolden, 'Toohange tho dome into a ring; The silver into golden;-- - ; Who'Il'steal some morning toner side To toke hor finger's measure, !Whllo Maryanne pretends.to chide, ', And blushes deep with pleasure. Who'll'watch her sow her wedding gown, - ' We'll''conscious that it's hors ; . - . . "Who'll glean a tress without a frown . "With those too ready scisso...

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SHIPPING NEWS. LISMORE. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

SHIPPING IVE WS. '"LISMORE. *? DEPARTURES. ' I ; * ilarch 27.-Lucy Havel, ketch, for Sydney, j

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BALLINA. DEPATRURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

BALLINA, DEPARTURES. J March"-'-28. - Saucy Jack, and Lavinia, schooners, for Nowcastle ; Dancing Wave, and Summer Bose, for Sydney. . March : 28.-Lucy Ravel, ketch, for Sydney.

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The Late Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 31 March 1877

Thc Late Cricket Hatch. IT may be permitted ta the Australians (says the ' Argus ' of Tuesday) to take sointî little credit to themselves for tho signal victory which they have just gained over the English cricketerst jFdi'tjVflve is a largo majority for mere colonials to haVé gained in a well-fought cricket-field against the pick of English professionals. So fal' as we can recollect, English cricketers haye never before' played outside.England on equal terms and boon beaten. . In Australia they havö, before now played teams exceeding themselves in numer ical force with varying l-esults, but the match just concluded is the Only ono in which ttn English eleven has contended with an cental number'of opponents not of English birth and riiet defeat, Of course, it may be said that Lillywhite's eleven now in Australia is not the best possible English .eleven, and it is cöi'taiil that it does not comprise all tho very best English batsmen, since a very large proportion of these aro always ...

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