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SHORTHORN CATTLE. To the Editor of the Australasian. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

~ To ifve Editor of tfie Australasian. ] t Sir,—In last TmeekSs issuethere appeared a letter by " liiqiurer,"contributing Ids xjuota " ie much-Tested Question of " pedigreed le," 'whose jneatf&fcs, were .pointed icious, and wi£h"aiiucti 'of what^LesaidKf tcomcide. fennitine^iioweyer, to take exception ^TMiciuding paragr^hi - wherein Is pro led the doctrihe that >■*' ihe ^quality -Of i is a direct re&ex of the characterofthe ry they are reaped upon, whatever the i may lie." And in proof of bis argu he adduced the fact that' " cattle from & Creek frequently sell for higher than the cattle frbm herds that have xtravelled a few miles to the market." reading the ahove people would natu flnjfer ^tihat the herds in the Cooper's ' district are decidedly of an inferior Br, and that whatever excellence they spossess is acquired by the peculiar fat properties of the countiy. Now I beg tomi " inquirer" that such marked re have been obtained by the various having expen...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

LOCAL AKD GEISTEEAL NEWS. The next sittings of the Roma Petty Debts' Court will be held on Tuesday, the 19th instant. The next Land Court will be held on the 8th March. Nnraerous applications continue to be made for land around Roma,. but there is none suitablefor selection available at present. Ck)mplaintB from all parts of the district con tiriueto reach us of the inconvenience caused by thepresent1 most" absurd ■ postal time table. Although its imperfections have been repeatedly pointed out in our columns, andjpetitions have, been sent to the Postmaster-General from different portions of the .district, no steps have been taken to remedy what is a positive loss to almost every business man in the district. If it is impossible to alter the time taV.lo so that Cobb's coach could leaivs Boma on Mondays, "Wednesdays, andFridayB, arrivina:on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdavs, it would much better • suit"the"convenience of the general public if the • old table" was nsaih acted urvni. A...

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

FresKBeefj 2|d, per lb.:, 5 5 Corned Beef, 2£&per3b. t ~ Fresh Mutton, 2Jd! Corned Mutton, 2f d-jper lb. Axi. of the Best QuAtarr. " TT€ ATC prepared to supply the Eataa JPttbtift *ad parties travelling nitii BEEF, POKK, and GERMAN SAUSAGES BLACK and WHITE PUDDINGS BRAWN, SAVELOYS, OX TONGUES SMOKED BACON, SPICED BEEF, of tJie very be$t description, At a Reduction of Id. per lb. Ajjuo, A constant supply of SMOKED WA^ BACON kc. fl2 JOHN H. IE WIN, -Agent POST OFFICE STORES, SURAT. SGHOTT&PEILLIPS BEG to call the attention of Overiamiefs and others, to the fact that they have now on hand eneof the . LAEGEST AKtt BEST ASSORTED STOCKS '■ AKU GENERAL MERCHANDISE ■ AND . " wmm spieets IN THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. —:Oi—.' - ■ : %§gi?FQTE THEADQKESS. SCHOTT & PHIL,I20PS^ 11 A. MAGKAY, BOOT anjkSi®E ^feKEE, ' SURAT, BEGS'to inform the PnUic and Conntry Ban dents that he Executes all Orders villi l'ropip titade, and turns out Work of the Bert Codify. A. MACKAY has always ...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday February 14. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

i ROMA POLICE COUBT. Monday Februaty 14. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HORSE STEALING. George T. Cooper was charged with stealing four horses. ■ " . Senior-constable Smyth deposed : i-aaJeefced prisoner yesterday morning on a charge of steal ing four horses j prisoner stated that he was in the eraployofa Mr. Thomas, and that tlie horses in question were entrusted to him "by his em ployer ; he said he was going obt .to the Paroo for cattle ; he also produced a memorandum supposed to be signed by Thomas, (produced) authorising prisoner to take the horses ; I am prosecuting enquiries for further evidence, and therefore pray for a remand for eight days. The remand was granted. - carriers' licenses. The applications of H. Milton and M. O'Sullivan for carriers' liceses were granted. Tuesday February 15. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HORSE STEALING. Q. T. Cooper was brought up on remand charged with the above offence. Donald M'Leod deposed : I am ill the employ of Cobb and Co., ;ui&...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. The Cost of American Journalism.—We learn from tlie issue for 1875 of Howell's "American Newspaper Directory" that in the United States one of the most popular, and often most disastrous, forms of speculation is that of starting newspapers. Over 1000 of these failed during the past year. By these failures the loss to publishers, and to subscribers and advertisers who paid in advance, was more than eight million dollars. Half-a-million dollars are accredited to the New York Republic alont. An American newspaper says : "Among those who went into the newspaper business and lost heavily thereby were 272 merchants, 315 school-teachers, 57 lawyers, 4 blacksmiths, 33 plasterers, 10 farmers, 200 fanatics of various classes, and 100 visionary young men who drew upon their fathers, and thus suddenly exhausted large margins of the paternal capital, and 6 lottery mien." From other sources we learn : Journal statistics in the United States show that during the past year £1,600,000...

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THE RACING SEASON OF 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

THE RACING SEASOK OF 1876. Perhaps one of the best signs of the general pros perity of the colony is to be found in th6 liberal programmes that have been presented to the public "by almost every racing club in Queensland. Pre parations. are being made in all parts for the ensu ing turf campaign, and. as the dales of the different meetings have generally been fixed so as to enable horses to travel from one to the other, inducements are held out to owners never before offered, and no doubt a larger number of. racers than usual will be in training this year to compete for the valuable prizes, offered at almost c veiy race meeting ; i the "colony. ~ In the Southern portion of thfe colony, Warwick opens the ball with two clays1 raciug, to come off on the 26th and 27th of. April. . _TJie jarg6 Bum <of £750. a^deA money is to be offered for,compfefciti'6ft t the prftgrariime includes two good handicaps — one of £300, and one for £150also, the first "year's race for the Warwick l...

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THE TAMMANY RING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

THE TAMMANY RING. There has been another revolution in New "Fork city polities, and a second and more disastrous overthrow of Tammany Hall. In spite of the odium which Tweed and his fel lows brought upon' it, this. notorious society was so perfect in its organization that it survived the shock. The black sheep were thrust into the back-ground, new leaders with clean antecedents were called to the front, and for a time it seemed as though it would soon be more powerful than ever. The fun damental principle on which it is based, how ever, has again crushed it—the same princi ple that has been at once the strength and weakness of the Jesuit Order : unwavering obedience to the will of a single chief. Nearly a hundred years ago it obtained a character as a benevolent corporation, but the genius of Aaron Burr soon converted it into a politi cal machine, and, from that time on, this secret order has, with brief periods of disaster, ruled supreme in the city, and generally also in the State...

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

-fob, sale, W\A HEAD of mixed Cattle. For farther par OUU ticulars apply to «r B. STATHAM, .. .Stewart'sCtaefe,.., 73 Bojna. , ■ :~n:v- . • foOTle, 2600 HOGGETS (Mixed Sexes), delivered ALHtED GOODWIN, 132 « r , . y; - ' Bpgarella. MERINO HAMS. f 1 THE Undersigned have received instructions JL from DoaaldOami, Esq., oE Pikedaie. to Sell privately 350 Very Superior Two-toothed MERINO BAMS, Bow travelling west, and -winch 'trill be at Roma between, the 25th and 31st of January, from ■Whence they will proceed to Tambo. They van be inspected on the road, -and, if sold, will be delivered at any point along the line of *oute most -convenient to the buyer. . Said Rams are out of Mr. Gnnn's Stud Ewes, by very superior sires, and, though shorn when only eleven montbs old, cut over 41bs. of spout-washed ■wool. . A-fair estimate of the high quality of the Pike dale Sheep may be gathered from the following facts The average weight of ■ the '74 elip from 60,000 sheep was 2B>s. lOozs., and the...

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

NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. OT C.APir.AJi, £1,000,000. SBBVE Fund, £400,000. ROMA BRANCH M3TS all usual Banking Business, ;Ad'raiicesoTJ.approved Securities, t on Fixed Deposiis, and issues Bank Branches and Agencies in Colonies and United Kingdom, H. C. CLEEYE, Acting-Manager, ret 18,1875. 2 QUEENSLAND [0ML BAM LIMITED. iSXowers CAPITAL, £500,000. to Increase to One Million), bed Capital, £500,000. Up Catitat,, £250,000. OFFICE: BRISBANE. BRANCHES. Maryborough "Mlllrihester Rockhampton Roma . ' Stanthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. Tambo. London, New South. Wales, South Australia, Western Ausfcra Zealand, Tasmania,- New York, icisco, India, Bud the East. ROMA BRANCH sire Bank grants Drafts, nfegociates ollects Bills of Exchange on any of ied Branches and Agents, and ■ description of Banking Business, lowed on Fixed Deposits for Three, Ive Months, at current rates. A. REID, Manager. T A M B O. 5LA3SD NATIONAL BANK LIMITED. [ of this Bank is now open at TAMBO lie transaction of al...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

The recent tragedie? enacted in the neig^i borliood of the Burenda townshiphave again revived Ji feeling which, atfho^gh -fiCHrfeoEue timlIj^^onnanti has lo^ ifcshold upon every member of society. We refer to the adulteration of grog in bu6b public-houses, or, in other wonte, tojthe sell ing of poisons of various degtees of intent ity to that class of lunatics, who, although we,! knowing that there is "deatii1 pot^ that they cannot of the deadlyto include 'of - very many • when redding in a rntam town in Quejens can ;ani"_ On taking home and;:i^^ng5r3t -^tE^d&def— Lo J out ... ■ all in a Bit^w ftpllS^BMi^iiSer sion in the fonner contenteof tthe cask, which had a smell of villainously had rum! - The ma» retained the tobacco informing him that ln pmxs&MsEag the icask he' had no intention of depKving' him <jf any portion of his stock-mHta^ii.!^ A «jrre^on dent writing,-on the inibjecj!? grog suggests the appointment <« i^ insp«jtor sufficiently com...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

COMMEBCIAL. . c Western Star Office, Friday Evening. • Business during the week, ittd for some time past, shown signs of improvement. ; A great number of drays have arrived, and all lrinils of supplies are now once more folly «tockfed Floor is now quoted at £35 10s. Sugar, fellow counter, at £5Qpertbn, and other goods in proppr» ; tion. Carriage to Dalby.is now 12s, —likely "to fall to about 10s.; any farther fall, however, «aanofc be anticipated. Carriage to Dalby is as usual 5s. - Messrs. Lewin and Co. have! forwarded within the last three weeks over 200 bales of wool belong ing to Messrs. Mylne and Co., J. and R. Shen3aii,&nd H. 6. Biscoe. The whole of tlie clip of Messrs, Mylne and Co. is now forwarded, and but a few of Mr. Biscoe's remain in" store. Ttereisnowan abundance of carriers for down loading, and hence. good opportunities for quick dispatch. J. W. Johnsto i and Co., report having sent oT 135 bales Mount Hattoo, Curella, Tyrconne'l, aud Anonlialla wooL Seven tpn...

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A WONDROUS WILL WRANGLE (AT LAW.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

A WONDROUS WILL WRANGLE (AT LAW.} [By the Editor of the Queensland Times.] That tlie trite aphorism " truth is stranger than fiction " is well founded, becomes clearer and cleai-er every day. Some time ago died the Right Honorable Baron Burtenshaw Sugden, who had twice been Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and once Lord High Chancellor of England. It is thought by competent authorities that the history of the British Bar does not contain the name of a more con sumate Chancery lawyer than he, and yet his property since his death has been the subject of litigation. He married one of his domestic servants, by whom he had several children. One, an unmarried daughter, lived at, Boyle Farm with him almost alone for many years; in fact, bestowed her life upon him, and became under constant tuition one of the best equity drafters in the world—draftsman, is what the Examiner calls her! Now the heir to his title was his grandson, but the estates were not entailed, and the young man foolishly allow...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

THE WEATHER. The extraordinary versatility of the weather this summer appears, to a great extent, to confirm the truth of the circular storm theory. It is of late always intensely hot in Mel bourne whenever it is abnormally cold and wet in Brisbane; and while we were being regaled with strong southerly winds and rain, people were bring scorched in Melbourne, and actually dying from sunstroke in the southern part of New Zealand! A great rotary storm, having its centre about the Upper Bogan River, or Hervey's Range, in New South Wales, and veering " against the sun," would give a simultaneous dry, hot, north-west wind in Melbourne, and a cold, wet, south-east one at Brisbane; while a similar storm, by reversing the direction of rotation, would afflict us with fiery blasts from " out Roma way," and send the rain clouds and keen airs of Bass Straits to cool and deluge Melbourne with their flying tribute. Again, a rotary storm, having its axis somewhere about 600 miles to the south east ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

the Editor •is fwl 4-espotisible for <my, tijnnions expressed, by Correspondents^ as these columns are dp'ento the. free discussion oj;MM sutf)ectt fyfgviMicvn.trr J ! To the Editor of the Western Stat. ' •See,—If -Julius A. 'SkuUernii, SftJango, .irill takfe the trouble to examine my letter of the 2^od Jaai&aiy, *' re Cobb &. Co. 's; first trip from "Charles viHe to Dalby," ie will see that I implied a. doubt afe to his name being " Herr Von Klingindrickbr,'' and allow me to tell. Julias A.: Skullerud that h6 need :not be. asharaed'of being thought of having hailed 'from " Fatherland" wh6n • it . has such glorious names as Bismark, Herr Voa Mpltke, See.-, oil the Mazing scrolj of fame. And further, Jidias A. &)zutierad.-S7kac]bsmMchlif of Germania, infinitely m'6fe than that *>f Hibernia. However, if l havft unintentf6&ally wounded Jalius A. Skullertid's 'fedings, I haiably beg his pardoa. ,; , - Yours, &<v, • The Whi...

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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

[Br Pas.] Mr. Baker, a bard of Ireland, lias been dis coursing. some exquisite music (vocal) for ^ the entertainment of the J>aluyites, but tlie very bad piano provided by the committee, of the - Dalby School of Arts tlid much to mar the ex cellence of the performance. Now, if Mr. Baker will favour us with a visit, lie may be assured; that such will not be the case with our piano; for we have a. lirst-class instrument, which, together with out School of Arts, i3 in perspective, and a Very' <iim perspective it is— and present appearancesid©not show any signs of its ever becoming clearer. It-is now; ten-; years since we were iiret solicited to. sabscribe to a fund for the purpose of erecting asuitable building, &c., for a School of ArteliniIl()iiii. Sand' we did bo to the extent of our means. We were assured that "eteps woiild at once be taken .tb * get a piece of land from the then Government, etc.j etc." We fancy the persons who started with those steps have ei...

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DANGERS OF DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

"DANGERS OP DYNAMITE. We have seen accounts of so many acci dents fay this explosive lately that an account of its nature and qualities may prove of con siderable value to those who are in the habit of using it for blasting or fishing purposes. We have had considerable experience of it and have seen it long in use by others, so our knowledge is drawn from three sources— our own experience, the experience of "others, and an article on dynamite by one of the best authorities. According to Greener, "dynamite is the safest of all known explosives." We shall proceed to show why it is so. Dynamite will not explode from a blow or from the applica tion of fire. It is almost impossible to ex plode it except by means of the fuse and the percussion cap. If placed on the fire it will amply burn away like wet powder and give off no force whatever. It has been tested by putting it on the fire, by striking it with a hammer, and by letting a small box of it fell from a height of 60 feet on a rock, ...

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THE INCREASE OF SHEEP AND CATTLE, AND MR. MORT'S PROPOSAL TO EXPORT FRESH MEAT. To the Editor of the Brisbane Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

^iEffC&EASE OF SHEEP AND MORTS PRO POSALTO EXPORT FRESH MEAT. To ihe Sdi^ tif the Brisbane Courier. Sir,i—14a,ve -watched •with much interest Mr. Mori's progress with his factory for ex- i porting frozen meat, and, "with regret, the ! apathy of stock-holders in regard to providing the £25,000 required for the expenses of a trial shipment of 500 tons, to test the prac ticability of his process. They probably do not realise from the circular of Mr. Jenning's committee the position they are now in or the prospect in the immediate future. I therefore beg to draw their attention to the following facts :— .! The Government statistics show that there •were in Australia and Tasmania— • X.i Sheep. Cattle. On 31et December, 1842 ... 6,194,004 1,006,233 „ 1850 ... 15,881,644 1,921,726 „ 1860 ... 19,871,519 3,915,973 V, 1867 ... 38,866,093 3,574,133 ' „ 1874 ... 50,566,928 5,648,091 In addition to this increase, there were boiled down for tallow, from 1842 to 1850, 3,700,000 sheep, and ...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

T>AT,TVT. FfBOM OUR OW3J COKBESPONDENT. 1 The price of fat stock for ihe local market has at present a downward tendency, owing to the present dry season, as It is now getting late in summer, and if rain does not come soon it will be too late to be 6f any service, and the promise of a hard winter for feed for stock will be re- ' alised ; heri.ce those who would inveS^are loth to do so, whereas a change Of weather would induce them to unloose theif purse-strings at: once. Already many of the townspeople have - lost a number of their milkers—One person telling me that eight of liis had died quite re-1 cently of exhaustion, and that his neighbours were like sufferers, and that in order to try and save th6 cOwa they would not let th&ft rear their calves. ; During the week 'A sjiecial meeting of the Municipal body wa£ held to elect a Mayor in the place of Mr. I1. Campbell, whose year of office has expired-. Mr.. Patrick tandy, who has beenMayor on a forme? occasion^ was unani ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

BRISBANE. [from oub own cokbbspondent*] In political news tlie most exciting thing we have this week is the resignation, of Mr. Daintree as Ag int-General, for this opens up such a vast field for speculation. Of course Macalister is credited with the appointment by many. The Queensland Times quotes the rumour on appa rently trustworthy authority," bnt the only thing I have heard that at all in luces one to give credence to it is another on ; tiiat Mr. King is to be Colonial Secretary, Hwni.imt being Pre mier of the new Ministry ; and it is certainly re markable that we he.-ir of Mk>, lister's intended return being postponed for a month, and then of Daintrec's resignation. , I'lie Opposition, of course, won't .be, sorry to hive Mac at rest, and the Ministry will no.doubt, in their own opinion, get on just as well (if not better) without him, though others—remembering the state the party got into while Mac was at S;iudgate dangerously ill only last session—doubt Hemmant's or any ot...

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 19 February 1876

MiTCfiELL. f#EOM bcTR OWN CORESPONDENT.] of your readers mil doubtless recollfefit* that a man named* John Keating, while being taken to Roma Hospital fil April last, strayed frorfc Mr. Turribull, who had him in charge, and 'although every possible search was made at the time by the Mitchell folifee-, Yfith Mr. Andrew, ho trace' of Kfeatin^ feould be fouftd.' The fate Of the poor fellOw remained a mystery until the 19th ultimo, when a boundary rider in the employ of Amby Downs discovered some human bones amongst, somo driftin Back Crefek, Amby Bowfts. The matter was at once reported; to the, police here, (who proceeeded toth^ scene,, and ^th the assistance of Mr.' Andrew^ J.P>, picked from amodgst the rubbish iii the c^eek nearly Sv&ry particle of bohe whiifth'belongs to" a: humah body. The remains wore placed in a, case specially made for this purpose^ and con veyed to Amby Dawns head station, wheite they we e buried; _ A magisterial investigation was held before J..S. A...

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