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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SINGAPORE. Tuesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE, PEE ELECTRIC TELEG RAPH. . SINGAPORE. Tuesday, February 8. Tlie Porte has. consented to apply the scheme proposed by Gount Androssy, so far as relates to the insurgent provinces. Cardinal Manning lias disavowed the scheme for a union between the Romish and the extreme Ritualistic English Churches., " Wednesday, February 9. The Queen opened Parliament in person. In tliie speech she stated that the relations of -Great Britain .with foreign powers were of . . the most cordial nature. It was not the duty of England to stand aloof during the efforts of the allied powers to pacify the Herzegovinians, but while respecting the independence of the Porte she hoped Parliament would join in urging the: adoption of reforms in favor of the christians in Turkey. Great Britain's representations in China in connection with the Burinah expedition and the murder of Margaiy, was received in a , friendly spirit. The Government hoped the present enquiiy of the Chinese Government . wo...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

MELBOURNE. Tuesday, Februpy 8. . Jji the Assembly last night the Speaker ] gayie Ms ruling against Mr. Lalor's point of i vJuv M^CuUocL'^ motion for 1 taking tlie Government buainesseachafter i nbon. . Mr. Berry made a speech against the resolution, saying that if carried the House j ceased to be a Parliament, Mr. Lalor ejacu- i lated " corrupt House, presided over by a ] corrupt Speaker." The Speaker ■ drew at-j ■ tention to the words. Mr. M'Cullock moved \ tnafc they be taken down. Mr. M'Kean. called attention to the presence of strangers in the Galleries, which was cleared. J Large crowds assembled outside. The House excitedly discussing the course of events, 150 constables were drawn up in readiness to prevent any disturbance. Beyond slighting jeers no breach of the peace occurred. Wednesday, February 9. The House sat all night—still sitting. Mr. lalor refused to apologise for the words used, and was adjudged guilty of con tempt. He lias since been ordered to attend in his place...

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BRISBANE. Friday, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

BRISBANE. Friday, February 11. Tne United States War Steamer Tuscarora anchored in the Bay yesterday. She is en gaged in deej>sea soundings for a cable be tween San Francisco and Brisbane. Her officers report favourably.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, February, 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

SYDNEY. Wednesday, February, 9. . JLne Uovernmeiit intend making consider able alterations -tit the C j. Aome Regulations, and willsubmitaBill ^Parliament for tliat purpose.. Sir Alfred Stephen ias resigned Ms seait in the Council of Education. .Th» following weights are declared for the Sjaney Cup;—Goldsborough, _.9st. 81bs. ; Kingsborough. 9st. 21bs. :Javelin, 9st. } "^alunmyj^^^2lbs.-; Melbourne,®st. 8lbs. Proio Marfiar, j8sfe. 41bs. ; Richmond, 8st.j Robin Hood, ,7st. 121bs.; Speculation, 7st. "l^lbs.-) ^^etfe <3oltj -?sb iOlbs. j Ciecolite, ^iTet^Slbs. j. 81bs. j. Valentia, 7sfc. s61bs. ; Tabinga, 7sfc.61bs. j Maid-of-aH -work, ; 7st. &bs.Burgundy, 7st. 41bs. • New Hol - .■21bs. Lord Lytton, ^Ibsi f Redwood^ 7st. ; Liberty, 7stC; JJischoff, 7st.' Y Janitbr, Sst. 121bs.; SulUon, X5st. 121&. ; Gladstone, 6sfe. 121bs. j EU^€^|l01!t»s.v;iPi^bgj^r:6st;Tlfflbs. j The *811)8.; Clifton, i>st. 81bs. 5: - Salsbdin, 6st, Clbs. j l^jredah, 6st, filbaVf;? ^&...

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IPSWICH. Tuesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

irswicH. lxiesday, February o. Tiie Municipal Elections took place to-day. Messrs. John Macfarlane, 3. Francis, and E. W. Hargreaves have been elected aldermen j Messrs. C. C. Cameron and A. H. Barlow, auditors.

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, February 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, February 7. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. C. Avery (better known as " Dalby Charlie") was brought up charged with assaulting William Macdonald, a shoemaker residing in Roma. Senior-constable Smyth conducted the"case. - William Jtfacdfinald_dejiflsed_i On Saturday morning last prisoner and John Brooks came into my shop .; the former told us to leave off work, and said.lie was a bailiff, and had come to shut up the place; he told Brookes to put up the shutters; I told Brooks not to attempt any thin^of tli 3 sort; he then told Brooksto remain in possession, aud went away for about an hour ; on his return he said, " Close up the shutters at once—I have an order from Mr. Murphy prisoner then went to snap out the pin of the shutters ; I put my.hand against him to prevent him pulling out the one next to me ; Brooks at the same time went out and put up one shutter; prisoner then struck me on the head ; I pushed him outside and closed the door ; he pushe...

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DALBY. Saturday, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

DAIiBY. Saturday, ± ebruarv 5. i Mr. Patrick Landy was unanimously elected Mayor,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

LOCAL IP GENERAL NEWS. . • rO = We are compelled to hold over to our next issue an article on the different race meetings in the colony, " Pan's Exhalations.from his Pipe," and other matter. .. . At last a public want has been met by the enterprise of a resident of Roma. There are no business people' in town who" have not felt the incdriveftience occasioned -by almost every clock and watch differing in tune. Mr. White, the watchinaker, has gone to considerable expense in erecting a time ball opposite his shop, which will in future be dropped daily exactly at 1 o'clock, and will be raised at fi ve minutes "to 1, Roma time. Great praise is due to Mr. White for his public spirit in this matter,- and we are sure his enterprise will be appreciated by his follow-to wnsmen. A fear&il occurrence happened on MiTepoWftB run on the 23th of lust month. A shepherd named William M'Carthy was struck dead by lightning while shepherding his sheep during a storm. Wj have i^caieed no particula...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

BRUCEDAUB SAW MILLS. W£> the Undersigned, have been app^nted SOLE AGENTS for Mwst*. Kobheb & Oo. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF TIMBER SUPPLIED AT OUR YARD. ANT ORJDSRS LEFT WITH PS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, MORRISON & WARREN BROS. Roma, November 22,1875. 198 YALEBONE SAW MILLS. TIMBER YARD, ROMA. ALL ORDERS promptly attended to. A Good STOCK of Well-assorted TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. R J. COTTELL, Agent. Roma, November3, 1875. 59 ROMA AUCTION MART. B. J. COTTELL, AUCTIONEER akd ACCOUNTANT, STOCK, STATION, act GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, M 'DoWALL-STREET, BoS£A HAVING moved into the new and oommodioag Premises as above, R. J. COTTELL begs to inform his Friends, and the Public generally, that he is prepared to receive Consignments of Goods FOR SALE, either Privately or by Auction. Persons wishing to select can obtain every infor mation. and assistance. Applications to occupy country or select land under any of the existing Acts made out and lodged. Roma, Decembers, 1S75. 227 EDWIN BEL...

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WARWICK. Wednesday, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

WARWICK. Wednesday, February 9. His Excellency , the Governor opened tku Show of the: Eastern Downs Agricultural Society at noon to-day. It is a fairly good show.

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

TTestei<rn Star Office. Fridnv , 1 ,froro the TC^trnfa^r. short for some time, aws the tfptes -iope':^e«tepBili|g^jiwtt^'"^ " S^iSSSfaaSI sg«sJfeS8'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

OF KEW SOTJTH WALES, ESTABLISHED, 1817,. Paid up Capital, £1,000,000. Reserve Fckd, £400,000. E ROMABRANCH JSAOTS all. usual ^Baaking. Business, iudingAdvancesori annro ved Securities, ^Interest on Fixed Boosits, and issues :oii the Bank Brandies .i'i 1 \^encies in ralian Colonies aud United Kingdom, H. C. CLEEVE, Acting-Manager. LIMITED. MILLION). ;?f5oBSpEi^5; C^irai, £500,000. Paid up Capxtjx, £250,000. HEAD OFFICE : BRISBANE. ehleigh arteis Towers cjfetown' W - lpie Ich pick BRANCHES. 1= Maryborough . Millcliester Roekhampton Roma IStanthorpe Toowoomba j Townsville. Tambo. in London, ^few South Wales, |p7Ictoria, South Australia, Western Austra -New Zealand, Tasmania, New York, . Francisco, India, and the East. liiDIl BEAFCH 'JttieabbveBank grants Drafts, negociates and collects Bills of Exchange on any -of l>ove-iiam.ed Branches and Agents, and ets every description of Banking Business, ist allowed on Fixed Deposits for Three, . Twelve Months, at current rates. ~ " A. REID, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

*u&Amk jaoTEii. J>~ ■**- * *s. i ■*• s^ ■>• '^SSi?^i."rVj?S1.... - ^ - -i^sfrSftggsySfe*^?£-&':-' y has fieocived iBStraotions for ^Private Bale the whole of "that' well-known Property of the . 3&AEA3SOA HOTEL, situatcdin theTerwn of Hodgson, distant 10 miles from Boma. ■ • '•'■ ■■'■_- ''.;':'/':.' profitable investment,^ the ; Xncfion^r Twshes to point out the rapid progress 'of ibis town And its prospects in the future, which ':;nare nndcajiable. . The "present.Proprietor is offering ^Ste^TOpe^ln oi^iwio "take' to other -and more ex tensive investments, which is the sole reason for his tracing before the public these increasing valuable Lands and Premises,-which comprise- an EXCELLENT WELL-BUILT HOTEL, " containing-inall 14 Booms, beside the Entrance or Bar, wjthKitcheiv Stable, Stockyard, and other substantial out-buildings, A WEATHERBOARD STORE, The whole of the premises being roofed vrith Gal >vanized"Iron, arid are enclosed by a -Split Hailing ...

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The Western Star. ROMA SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 12 February 1876

12; iBj« ■with their too little. There is one thing in connection with the furdiermtrrays for thisline whichmight veil be proceeded w^/airii that Is the settlement of the teatninas ai litoiia. Withou t this is done a very unhealthy sort 0«f ^speculation may spring wide inlet for jobbery be opened. - What was done in Dally and Toowbomba many cff^us know, and know also tliat ft would wrtljearrep^Stixm. It may be attomptediievertheless, and besides that, for the welfareboth of the Government-that is the public—-jftiemBelve^ and of the many pri vate individuals whoeeintereste are concwuel the question should be settled. The Minister for Works ought to be able to meet Parlia ment on its opening with general plans and specifications for their approval. With regard to the progress of the line all through, we are not inclined to believe that it will be as rapid asweoould wish Taking all the outJayinto account we do not think that the £250,000 will znuch more than cover the total expense due...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

Fitzroy Downs Racing Club. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING, TO take place on TUESDAY and WEDNES DAY, the 18th and 19th April, 1876. President: - Thomas M'Ilwbaith, M.L.A. •fudge: John Mprphy, P.M. Stewards : Mr. T?. W. Stuart Mr. NtrTTlNO. Staples Bf.n-.tamtn. M'F axil ave Andrews. Mr. Hertzberg. Starter: Mr. Turbayxe. FIRST DAY—TUESDAY, APRIL 18. Hacv Hcrdie Back of Twenty Sovs. for all JTncks approved of by the Stewards ; to carry 10 stone. Mile heats. Maid ex Plate of Sixty Sovs. for all horses that have never iron over Ten Sovs, of public money in an advertised prize at time, of en trance (winners of two-year-old stakes ex cepted ). Penalties for winning after entrance: —Once, 51bs., twice, 7lbs. {not accumulative^. Second horse to receive hack his stake out of prize. One mile and a half. Weight for age. Prixce of Wales Stakes of Fifteen Sovs. Win ner to be sold by auction immediately after the race for £30 ; surplus to go to the Race Fund. If for sale for £20. allowed 14lbs.; if for £15,...

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CAPITAL AND EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

CAPITAL AND EXPERIENCE. The writer was chatting a few weeks ago on the piazza of the United States Hotel, at Sfcara toga, with a bright German gentleman, retired from business, who related the following little anecdote:— " ' Going down to New York the other night on the boat,' said lie, ' I got to chatting with a German acquaintance, and asked him what he was doing. "' Veil,' he replied, ' shoost now I am doing nodings, but I have made arrangements to go into piziness.' "' Glad to hear it. What are you going into? i " ' Veil I goes into partnersliip mit a man,' " ' Do you put in much capital ?' " ' No, I doesen't put in no gapital!' " ' Don't wan't to risk it, eh V " ' No ; but I puis in de experience.' "' And he puts in the capital ?' "' Yes, dot is it. We goes into piziness for dree years ; he puts in the capital, I puts in de experience. At the end of de three years I will have the capital, and he will have de experi ence !' —Harper's Magazine. Stuatob Remedies. — M. Thiers lias ...

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VICTORIAN LAND LAWS. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

"VICTORIAN LAND LAWS. {From {lie Courier.) Just now there is a greal outcry in Victoria on tlie subject of the rapid alienation of the Crown lands, and the formation of large estates ; and one of the extraordinary remedies proposed for this state of things is a reform of the Con stitution, involving the abolition or the nullifi cation of the Upper House, on the ground of its obstructiveness ! The pretext is almost as incredible as the movement is irrational. For what are the facts of the case 1 The various Land Acts which have encouraged and stimula ted the gaspiflage of the public estate were initiated in and passed by the Legislative Assem bly ; and were acquiesced in and accepted by, although distasteful to, the Legislative Council, because the latter body was unwilling to incur the odium of being obstructive. The interests and opinions of the squatting section of the Upper House were all in favour of the non alienation of the territory. "What they wanted was security of tenure, ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 15. The Treasurer, Mr. Alexander Stuart, was re-elected for East Sydney to-day unopposed. He said in regard to Education that both Secularists and Denominationalists ought to lay aside all extreme-views For tlie present, and unite to send a stream of education through'the colony. The Intercolonial Cricket Team consists of Baamerman, Ooates, D. Gregory, Humphries, Murdock, Powell, Spoffortli, Thompson, and Snidall. News from the Cable steamers was received to-day. The Edinburgh resumed paying-out the cable ; distance not given! —:We3n^s9av. February 16. Cablegram from the Hibernia reports having reached Blind Bay, New Zealand, this morning. *" The electric staff went ashore to arrange for the connection of the cable with the land endi > •• In. the. Assembly to-night: the: Treasurer stated that; the Goverhmeiit had withdrawn the tobacco duties, but viewing the propor tion the local ihaiiutactories bore to the hom...

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ITEMS OF EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald's Paris correspondent "Stella.") WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

TTF.MS OF EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Sydney Morning Her/lid's Paris correspondent "Stella") WOLVES. * \*. It seems strange that a country so rich in j ,1 products, and in activities of ail kinds, iot contrive to get rid of wolves. The ' ivrnal of Agriculture publishes a disquiet- ; article on. these dangerous creatures, iwing that there are sevai-al thousands of j tese animals in France; that about 2500 Sing wolves are born annually, and that ! ;li grown wolf kills, on an average, sheep ! other domestic animals worth £40 each j , causing a loss to the graziers of some j 000 yearly, and obliging the owners of ( to erect and repair slieepfolds for the aole of the thirty millions of sheep pos sed by French farmers. The eost of these ipfolds amounts each year to several mil s sterling. Yet, if measures could be cou erted in common for killing the dams before arrival of the young ones, tie whole of enormous waste might be got rid of in course of a few years, and the country ~ of the fierce...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

MELBOURNE. Tuesday, February 15. | M'l/ean and Alexander take the place of ';Terry_ and ,2fewing in tlie Intercolonial Cricket Team. At a meeting of wool-growers held torday a committee was appointed -±o-aje£-inr con]u no tion -with the Committee in London, with a view of securing the interests of colonial growers. Assembly a supply bill for half a million passed on the understanding that Mr. Xalor sliould attend in his place and apologise" for his offensive expression. The motion to give him into custody of the Sergeant-at-arms was withdrawn. Mr. Lalor subsequently apologised. Wednesday, February 16. the Assembly last night on a point of order being raised, the majority of members decided to abide by the ruling of the Chair man of Committee and . not by that of the Speaker during the evening. Several disgraceful scenes occurred between individual members. - Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report that llt)0 cattle were sold at a slight decline : 30,000 sheep were offered ; itiver...

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