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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

P^"3 v:'; . :\ kl *Ui#r U- u»':'.;i J. * -- v • ^ I Wednesday/:A»ril 21^ f jO'Fawal -hys j^ea found guilty on tliree distinct climes <5r embezzlement, ,A_ fourth, cli^rge is partly heard. *7; > * ; >< v ■ Power, Rutherfofdy arid, Co;rjepi»ri,:—r-*I 060 oilfered weaker Ceing _ uxilaTOvSsijle, Iloi l&sk' 1600 -iliieep were yaixled ; prices ruled lower, except for prime merinoes. _rj:-\ .;s • v ' (Abridged from th* Courier.) cuied this coipsfiSfiMtifOT'CiennbnV^iBt evening,'iand metrwith a ^oodJ teceplfon. Inithe course' of his' speeeh, he ad voe&ted'fcSn years' ^absolute lieasea for rafas, to b® re-let At^xpirationof the termbyauotion, the mew- : tenant paying cash for improvements; if not let again, the Gov-erniiiejit1 to rpay for the improve meiitB, and the right of pre-emption to beaiscon ti^aed:* .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

J|10 anivefor eale ina few Weeka 500 ItAMS, breed FISHER'S, of Adelaide, ages 4 to 6 tooth. For {nil particulars apply to t . W. B. MURPHY, Auctioneer and Money Lender, 136 . ^, . Soma. W. B. MURPHY, ^LlJCTIOlNrEER,, STOCK, STATION, . . . ; AKD C OMM I SSI O N AG ENT, M'DO WALL-STREET, ROMA, BEGS to_ notify to the public generally that he 1 has on hand FAT AND STORE CATTLE, FAT ANTH3T0RE SHE.°P, DRAUGHT AND SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES A2fD DRAYS, VVINES and SPIRITS; and Merchandise of all "descriptions selected by himself for country requirements. Buyer of Stock, also of Hides, Sheepskins, Wool, and Tallow; and liberal advances made on same consigned to him for absolute sale. Agent.for Medhurst and. Co., .General Importers; Hunter, Boot "Manufacturer and Importer; and approver of all the principal stock going East for. the Brisbane buyers. 3Trom W. B. MurphyS' long experience of stock, all parties can confidently approve of his choice. — o-— ~3s/L O INT 33 ~5T" LENT 91 from,£10 up to a J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

THE "WJSmar STAR," r J5UTD SJ&VLL . iBpubTisheaatlUmiaeineiy S&SMJfi,BA¥ Morn ing, and is fltapafa^tB* ftyapapirjafc aeavnyr on that llkylfor T&mbo, Taroom, CohSmihiib, 3dlw, Kiabanq, anta< •otherplaces. "/ " S - Subscanpfion, 3>1 '4b. per aniitun, or 6a, per •quarter, pa¥Abmb in advance. . JUWERTISEME^ -Are inserted according to thelallowing scale :— 'i - ^ i ' •" ;] Fouriinesrafl^Hider 2 0 1 SixlineB ,■ 8 O i Every additional eightlines $ 0 Ho advertisement, if booked, will "bp choigett leas than3s. . A liberal discount allowed on -continuous ad "vertasements. ' All adverfasemettte must specify on the <face" •of tbem/thfe nwunbervoi times $hey *re to.4«: inserted, orthey .will be continued 431 wunter ananded,and charged kcoerdingly. Any person ordering aSveriasemerita or print ing onbehalf«f&committee termed, or to bo formed,, for any ^mblicpurposs, «riu be beld pkbsonaliy kbsponsiblb ior the same. '■ - Advertisements -from ...

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COMMERCIAL. Western-Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

COMMEECIALi s *%ij ■ v . • % Western-Star Office, . FridSyEv«i1^gi& / Mr. W. B. Murphy reports the sale of 50 hei|L of horses, the property of Mr. Schofield, at an aver-: age of-£8 per head; 20 head of Mr. M'Dongall's at an average of £12 ; and a boggy and pair of horses at £69 15s. The following wool has been -forwarded during the weekFronufche Btores_pf,lMea^3^nia<atiai Co. : 3 bales, Jordan and Crawford j M * bSdea, Fraser ; 24 bales, Morey, Mitchell; remaining in store, about 20 bales. ^ ;

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

BIRTH. On the 19th instant, at Roma, the wife of Mr. James M'Culloch, of a son.

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PUBLICANS ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

POBUCAKS' AlOTTTAI. IilCENSCJG MeETDTG. The following applications for publicans' li censes were received and granted on Tuesday Jast:— . John Canty, John Anderson, Frederick Seitz, George Brooker, John Cook, Ellen Hogan, John M'Kenzie, George Weineke, William Gerning, James Elynn, S. Stewart, William Batzloff, John Thompson, William Wilson, Thos. Jjynch, j David Bailey, Henry Jones, and Benjamin Eaynor. * I The application of Patrick Leyden was ad- J journed for a week. j

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WESTERN DISTRICT COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 17th, 1875. ((Before His Honor Acting-Judge Bring.) (CRIMINAL SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 April 1875

\WESTERN DISTRICT COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 17th, 1875. (Before His Honor Acting-Judge Pring.) Criminal Sittings.   Mr. Healy appeared as Crown Prosecutor. HORSE STEALING. .   John Blackwell was indicted for stealing a horse, the property-of one George Button, on the 17th •December last. George Button deposed that he was a shepherd ; identified the liorseoutsidethe Couri House as his pro je ty; never sold, lent, • or otherwise disposed ■of him ; -the horse disappear^ on the 15th -Decern-: ber. Terence Byrne, constable, deposed that he was Stationed on Narran Greet at this time at a-place called Bullygar; apprehended the prisoner on the 30 th'December, at Wiyanbah, "Baloime River, on a charge of forgery and "uttering; while in --custody witness charged him with stealing this horse the property of some person or -"persons unknown; prisoner said " I was footsore and took'him out of the Fingerpost paddock as I had no horse to ride the horse wae -hobbled-abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

QN SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED :— DUNDEE AND OTHER GOODS—Woolpacks, 10J to 11 lbs., loose tops; Woolbagging, Seaming, and Hoping Twine ; best Navy Canvas, Nos. 1, 2, and 3 ; Ward and Payn's, Sorbey's, and Buigon's and Ball's Sheep Shears ; Wasluta ana Turkey Stones; Ruddle, Lump and Brick; Tarpaulins, Tents. ALE—Bulk, Bass's No. 3 in hogsheads ; Bottle, ditto, bottled by Cameron and Sanders ; A11 sopp's, by Machin and Co., and various.other , brands. STOUT—Bulk, Guinness's in hogsheads ; Bottle, ditto, by E. and J. Burke, and by Machin and Co. WINES AND SPIRITS—Cozens'sSherries, Hunt's Port, Piper's Champagne, Claret, Wyndham's Bukarra and Dalwood Wines, red and white ; Myer and Isambert's Toongarra, red and white ; Martell's and Hennessy's ■ brown and pale Brandies, in hogsheads, quarters, and cases ; Old Jamaica Rum, in hogsheads, quar ters, and cases ; West India and Queensland Rum, in hogsheads and quarters ; Irish and Scotch Whisky, in quarters and cases ; JDKZ Geneva (proof), in 1...

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PLUERO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

PLUERO-PNEUMONIA. The following letter appeared it the " Town and Country Journal'" of the 17th ultimo.— Sib.—I will, with your permission, give my experience of inoculating as a preventative i of pleuro. When the disease first made its j appearance in ibis district, I had three bullock teams carrying from Maryborough to Taroom, on the Upper Dawson. I determined to inocu- ! late them previous to starting on their journey. Two other teams accompanied them, that were not inoculated. They were three months on the trip; all my bullocks returned but one, which died from pleuro, having shown signs of sickness at the time it was inoculated; but of the other i two teams that were in company with mine, the I men lost three-fourths of their bullocks, only bringing one empty dray back, whilst mine ! returned with full loading, showing that inocu lating saved my cattle. Here is another proof of inoculating as a preventative against pleuro : I sold a mob of store bullocks to different squat ters...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [by electric telegraph.] LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, April 27. The Governor's Speech, after alluding to the success which had attended the land trials before the Supreme Court, states that the de mand for land suitable for settlement is largely increasing, and cannot at present be supplied. It is essential that large resump tions of lands now under lease in the settled districts be made. A confident hope is ex pressed that the Legislature will not disregard the just wishes of the people on this subject. ' The Speech promises Bills for increasing the areas of homesteads, - and amending the Grown Lands Alienation Act of 1868, so as to encourage and facilitate legitimate settle ment ; also, to enable the Government to issue deeds at onoe to all bona-fide selectors under the Act of 1866 who have not strictly complied with the conditions in the time allowed by the Act. Government proposes to abolish the land-order system, and depend on the increased area of home...

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SCAMPS. (From the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

SCAMPS. (From the. Globe.) Once a scamp always one, and the -only thing to do is to make Mm the best one you can. Tom gets plucked at college ; lie is forthwith called a scamp, provided with a steerage-ticket and a JJlO-note, and packed off. to Australia, leaving an impression behind him that he will probably get hanged for horsestealing. He does well enough in Australia or California, but then he lias wasted many precious years and hundreds of pounds. At college he was a round man in a square hole, and ought never to have been sent there, but out on the plains of the West or a cattle station he is thoroughly in his element; and there is always this about a true Stiamp— that when his heart is in his work he can buckle to like a Trojan. It is perfectly astonishing the amount of work one of this class can do when he Js in the right groove. Who discovered, and still discover, the gold-mines of the world ? Who ferret out new lands If Who are ever ready for any enterprise of daring and a...

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BRISBANE. Friday, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

BRISBANE. ... Friday, April 30. In the Legislative -Assembly yesterday, .-on the motion of Mr. Macalister, the returning officers for the Eastern Downs and Xogan were summoned to appear atthe Bar of the House on Tuesday next. .... . Mr.. King gave notice of a Bill to Amend the Gold-fields Act, so far as relates toAsiatic and African aliens ; also, a bill authorising the making of a railway from Dalby toRoma, and from thence to Carpentaria, and to pro vide for its construction by th'esale of Crown lands. Mr. Griffiths gave notice that be would .ask for leave to introduce an Education Bill. ? An adjournment waa moved, when Mr. Palmer brought up Mr. M'Dwraith*8 iSetiire ment from the Ministry. Mr. Macalister deniedsupplying informa to the Courier. ; ; A rather personal debate ensued, Mr. M'Q ■wraith refusing to accept Mr. Macalister's denial. The Courierl reiterates that the Information in the paragraph concerning the Collier scheme was obtained from .Mr. Macalister. In the Legislative...

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THE EUXINE SURVIVORS COMMITTED FOR DRAWING LOTS WHO IS TO DIE. (From the Singapore Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

THE EUXINE SURVIVORS COMMITTED' r . FOR DRAWING LOTS WHO IS TO DIE. ~ . fFrom the fJinaanore Timpjt. J" On the 30th January, James Arched, Angpift Muller, Victor Sandstrom, Magnus Schutt, .and . .. Alexander Vefmulla were Brought Tip to answer " a charge;of murder, in having taken the life of; an Italian seaman, Francis Shufus, on the hig&T''-\ seas. ... • ...... ' - The chaige having been, redd,'Mr* Donaldson, ; for the prisoners, objected that'the Coiirt liad ■ no jurisdiction in {his case. /The objection .was •.-•••> noted, and the <ase .proceeded wi^i. - The first withess called. was Mr. Henry Ellis,;' Master Attendant at Singa pore,- who testified to haying,received a commu- - nication from H. B. M. COns^at'JJatavia^ with • • j the original depositions of the prisoners taken . before-the Consul, giving ^an account of the burning of the English shipTEuxine in the South' Atlantic Ocean, and of the circumstances that transpired afterwards. , The original depo...

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CHARLEVILLE. Thursday, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

" Alexaaider'Keiti4^IIiiifl, fcetter known «s DivMurray, died'from poison last Saturday at Cavanagh's liotel,' Jiurendfl. _ He, Police Magistrate lifts not been able tohbld .an it quiiy yet, the W&rrego not being crossabl A case of rape is being iieani in G6m$ to-day with tdosfed doors. ThewoaMui is known as Mrs. Smearden, and the man ia nsmed Gwaningham, a^jsaddlear. *The wot states that oriApril,2ftih shejyas drvgge^-Py a woman U ving closa . to her houEe, jxiu icd home ; she went 4o sleep immediately Wlea^ she woke up -»he -'fonnd ,pxiBpn»^ with# Iter; thought at first it "\fras her ij^Mni 1 * ^ -Two mails due iromj^ma, and two from Tambo.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

MISCELLANEOUS. Protection" in America. —The New York World thus enumerates the seven blessings conferred upon the United States by thirteen years of protection to native industry:—" 1. Universal strikes ■; hundreds of thousands of working men out of employment, and ail immense increase of pauperism and conse quent crime. 2. A falling-off of immigration to the ;extent of 50 per cent. A stream of emigrants from the United States to Europe, nearly 1000 having left during the week ending .November .21 from the port of .New York. alone. 3. A total stagnation in the woollen, cotton, and iron industries, the price of wages reduced, and mills running only four days in the week. 4. A plethora-of money (such as it is), which can be had for 3 ot 4 per cent, on call, which no one is crazy enough to invest in • manufacturing enterpriser 5. Almost general stagnation in the wholesale and retail trades.- 6. An unprecedented falling-off of imports, which threatens the revenue j with a defi&l...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

Sydney. . Wednesday, A.pru so.. - The'^Mk : of New South "Wales has clared^ dividenfl ai'therafce of 17 J per cent. - V ;

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INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

INTERCOLONIAL. "The well-known Bukkulla (Wyndham's) station, in New England. with l',840 sheepand all improve ments, was sold in Sydney, on the 7th. instant, for £10,000 cash, Mr. A. Murray, purchaser. The Deepwater station, l»etween Tenterfield and, <*len Innes, with 13,675 sheep and 2300 head of cattle, and 4000 acres of purchased laud, was sold on the same day for £13,513 cash. Stores, stock, horses, and working plant were taken at a valuation. "Pur chasers, Messrs. Macnaoh, Wiiidcyer, and CadelL Queensland is not the only colony^srljoBe revenue stows a deficiency this year. - According to the Australasian, Victoria is in a sintilar plightThe state of the revenue, as disclosed by. the returns published a few days ago, 3liows the serious <&a racter of the problem which the Ministry hSs to grapple with. The falling-off of receipts which was J indicated informer return* still coritaiiue3, and "bears testimony to the depressed condition of the trade of t...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

MELBOTJBN3S Wednesday/Apniza^ - Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report cattle were yarded .to-day, and sold at an ad vance of 20s. per bead. ^ 13,500 sheep were offered. Primewet&ers advanced 6d. to Is. on last weeks prices. . ~ , {Abridged from the Courier*J - London, ApriI2I.—Eari Belmore, fonneriy Go veruor of New South Wales, lias moved in the Houseof Lords for the production of the"papera iu connection with the -free pardon granted by: Sir Hercules Robinson to Gardiner, the btmhranger. Earl Carnarvon, in.assenting to the motion, stated that in future pardons topnsoners m the colonies would be granted only on the responsibility of the Governor after Sue ponsnltation with his jfihiaky. Mr. Morrison, the. oiyner of the Atrato(s.) ; Mr.: Debusche.oneofthe contractors for the recent mail service to Nep South Wales, tsa 'San Fran cisco' ; and Bury, Leech, and Co., Australian mer chants, have suspended payment. f Compulsory liquidation of the afiairsof the Aus tralian Direct Steam...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate and Jonathan M'Lean, J. P. Tuesday, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

I RMAT.T, TYEBTS COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate and Jonathan M'Lean, J. P. Tuesday. April 27. Jas. H. Clark v. S. S. Bassett. £3, value of two goats destroyed by defendant. Verdict for defen dant. W. B. MURPHY V. BRIDGET MACMAHON. This was a claim of £18 14s. for improvements made by the order of plaintiff to defendant's pro perty. W. B'. Murphy deposed that on the 1st March last he inspected the Commercial Hotel, Mrs. Macmahon's property, for whom he was acting as agent, he found it in a very delapidated state, the only door that would shut was the bar door ; five days after this Mr. Gearing came up and told Elaintiff he had rented tlie house from Mrs. Macma on, and he wanted it put into proper order; plaintiff engaged Fielding and Jeacock to paint the outside, ends, and verandah posts, and varnish the doors and French lights, and put the doors into proper repair, which they agreed to do for£lS 14s.; plaintiff agreed to be responsible for the money, as he was Mrs. Macmahon's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

HAS now on SALE a number of lofsj of STORE CATTLE—In all, about 300 leaf The present admirablestate of the country, inconse quence of the late rainB, should be an inducement to buyers to come forward to this market, to -which considerable advantage offers. The country -west being nearly free from lanes and fences; travellers haveevery access to the interior, where this class of st>b(^ are id demand. E. B. also wishes to draw the attention of in tending buyers to the fact that there are expected to arrive, on Sale, about 200 Young BSEEDESTG CATTLE froman excellent herd in the Warrego District. He has also on Sale 150 YOUNG RAMS, from a flock whose wool realised highest prices in the British market. Also, a small number of PURE-BREDS, of un surpassed pedigree. About 200 well-bred, high-classed STATION BAMS. And Five Thousand EWES, from 3 to 5 years old. There are also expected to arrive about Two Thousand FAT WETHERS, and about One Hun dred head of FAT- CATTLE, that will pass throu...

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