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LAND COURTS. MARANOA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

LA5TD COURTS. I _ ilABANOA DlSTRiGT. At tne i^ana OHice, Koma, tlie secondWednesday in November, 1875, and every alternafemohtn afterwards. . i • . At the Land Office, Surat, the last Thursday in ; - every month. ; :.L ''< At the Land Office^ St.Greorge, the third Tuesday. " ■ in October,: 1875, and every alternate month - . afterwards. . • :i. JjWCBiHAXBfc District. -:.i At! the Land Office, Clerpumt, the last Thursday in '..jv October, 1S75, and every alternate month' afterwards. " ' At the Laud Office, Springsuse," -the fourth -Monday in October, 1875/ and^eveiy. ^ternate month ") afterwards.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

j ~t beettiastrncted by Mr. J. - ,JtV. to SellfJby PalJic Auctaoiyait , 'lik ^ppoafe thh'Conrt-house, THIS*' DAY, at^.} ^'clock sharp, ; ^ %J&OUSE^LD FURNTTOIIE, &*, &«• . .Kb Reserve. Terns, Gash. 267 BEST C50TTNTRY HOTEL AND STORE tST : THE HARANOA DISTRICT. II J. OOTTELL has received insfcrnctions from XX. Mr. Jambs Haxuk to Sell privately, The UNEXPIRED TERM" W LEASE of tie Ganryott^ Bot^and Maxaoioa. Store, Bonny brook, togetherwith.Fnnutur^ -Stoek-in . Triale,, Goodwill, &e- : Vj' The Premises are'complete in every respect, the Motel comprising Bar, 5 Sitting-moms, 15 Bed rooms replete \ritS m^err requisite for the comfort . of traTOllfir£ "KichexL Servants; ^ooB^ ^Stables, Yards, Calf Pisa and Bui, Paddock contaumisr 7520 acres, fee., && The Stork is a detached bnildmg. containing a wall-assorted Stock of Bush Require ments, ancl doing a really good business. To residents in the Tiei^hbonrhood it is qnite tui neeessary to descan...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

MF OT1W SOOTH WALES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. op OAina, £1,000,000. " a.VB l?ojn>, £400,000. eomjT branch 3ACTS all usual Banking Business, ; Advances, on approved Securities, it on l^ed Deposits/.andissueB Ikisk Sr&nclies andAgeneies in i iCplonies: fuid. XJnited. H. 0. CLEEVE, ch 18, 1875. [E QUEENSLAND LIMITED. |<5APITAL, £500,000. » to Increase to One MnxroN). bibbd Gapitai, £500,000. ,tjp Capitax, £250,000. OFFICE: BRISBANE. BRANCHES. . Mkrybt)t6ugli MSllchester. jjton Roma 1Stan£horpe Toowoomba | Townsville. Tambo. Iiondon, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Austra Zealand, Tasmania,. New York, sco, India., and the East. BOMA BRANCH ive Bank grants Drafts, negociatea lects Bills of Exchange on any of led Branches and Agents, and j description of Banking Business, loved on Fixed Deposits for Three, ilve Months, at current rates. A. REID, Manager. TAMBO. ISLAND NATIONAL BANK LIMITED.. [ of this Bank is now open at TAMBO transaction of all usual Banking W. ...

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COMMERCIAL Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

Western Star Offic%C _ * fiiday Eyiaikg;(K1' Business daring the past fortnignfchas -been tolerably brisk, and as numerous teams have ar rived for stores an town, most ImM jate m fttfl« supply- .'.-ii-y; .s Carriage—from Dalby to Boma, lis. per cwfc.; for wool, to Dalbyy~5&. per cwt^i &";■ - » f Messrs. S. Lewin and Oo.report havingfor warded 47 bales of wool to Dalby dnrLog the past week. Several teams loaded with Borenda W-ool passed through. A lot of Eanatas, 5m the road i tar Amby Downs, -Bindango also passed Soma. . '. . " *, r -. £ From the stores x>f Mresrs J. W: .Mmntmi yn3 V Co., the following produce Ms been f«tramed f; —41 Bales, EureJla, ^^rcbnnel^^tnd Angellalla wool, and 5 Bales, of . Skins. . ■ • . ; : ' Ms. IL J. CoEEEiireports tinder date 3rd 6t Ttfarah — Aii evident improvement -in the pasfc weefc, but unless we jtave; inxHi jKim within a short time, the improvementwillonlj - be temporary, as tdie f^assintheEBimediate neighborhood of Ronxa is fas...

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LAYING OF THE MEMORIAL-STONE OF A NEW CHURCH AT DALBY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

LAYING OF THE XIEMORJA L-STONE OF A NEW CttURCELAT DALBY. The ceremony of laying t:i« memorial-stone of a new church for the use ef t!:e members of the: Church of England in this towu was performed on., Wednesday last, February 23, by the Yen, Arch deacon (xleimie, who had arrived from Brisbane that afternoon by trrun 'for the pnrposB. The ■ weather could not have been more favourable. A procession started from the School of Arts at half past 5, in which the three churchwardens led the way, followed by the Archdeacon and the Rev. R. Malialui {the incumbent), the- members of the vestry, and the parishioners. . A few minutes suf ficed to bring them, to the church ground,- where the stone (which was taken from the old building) was ready, tlie.jplace being ornamented by flags. In a cavity beneaflTtin^nttme was placed a leaden box containing a document ta!5^^from-4>enfiaiJi_tke_ foundation-stone of the brick church that was re cently pulled down, a copy each of the latest issue of th...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

CHARLEYILLE. [F&bM OtTB OWN CORIvKSrONDEKT. j Rain badly wanted : at present no sign. Some good storms have fallen in different parts of the district, but generally >the drought is unbroken. There.is not a blade of grass around this township : nothing but dust, dust. There was a shower or two here on the 24th and'25th ultimo, but no'good effects. Weather quite cool here J only 100 in the shade now—used to be 110 and 112 regularly. Mr. Davenport's 10,000 wethers, in. charge of Mr. Donovan,- passed yesterday for Bundaleer,. near) Cunnaniulla. 500 rams for Lansdcmie, from New: South Walas—Mr. Dillon in charge—liaye passed, up the .Ward. Mr. Luckman,. froin Botftbaleer, ; near CnnnamnBa, is shearing at A'ngftllala'Sfciiaon }i the w]iole of his sheep have not yet coine i'p. The : Messrs. Howie, of Nooraraa, . are slicking in a bough shed near a large waterhole ill the Warrego, : forty miles below Cunnaniulla. In the Police Court here,J. R. SkutJiorpe was' fined £10 for travell...

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ROMA SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Tuesday, February 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

ROMA SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Tuesday, February 429. ^Before tlxe Police Mafrisfcraite. ^ j. lit'G-aw ». M. McCarthy. IMs was an appli -cation for a new triaL Mr. Thompson appeared for the plaintiff, AfGaw, and' Mr. Abbott for the defendant, in whose favor a verdict was given at the January sitting of the Court. After hearing the evidence of the plaintiff, and listening to the' arguments brought forward on both sides, the ' Bench refused £o grant a new trial on the ground that ] there was no newevidencet-e be produced, and that the Jplaintiffwas not deceived by an alleged assertiont)f the defendant's tkathe intended to settle the case out of Court, the plaintiff having admitted in his evidence that he did not believe it. - ui"33. Bel^grove v. T. O'ConnelL—Vai&e of a horse' sold at auction—£7 ?s. Yerdict far plaintiff, with Ss. costs. ' ■ "• D^IJailey v. J. Anderson-^Disiionored- cheque,: "jBI' 15s. - Verdict for plaintiff, with Ss. costs and ■ JLiSs. mileage. . w - V . , . >: ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

BRISBANE. [FROM OUB. OWlf CORRESPONDENT. J X did not write last week, as really there was nothing to write about, but decidedly the most important event of the week has been the com pletion of the telegraph cable between New South Wales and New Zealand which was ac complished on the 21st instant by the Edinburgh and Hibernia steamboats, and from any station in this colony you can " wire'' New Zealand, ten words for half a guinea, and one shilling for every other word. The Governors of the- two colonies have been shaking hands so to sp^K, -micrBiuCTi'ieally congratulating themselves over the event, and Lord Carnarvon has been likewisa with Sir George Bowen. Speaking ol telegrapiiic communication re mains one that tke Tuscarora, United States steam Corvette,was here last week in connection with electric connexion between Australia and San Francisco, and from -what I can gather Queensland is most likely to be the colony where the connexion will be, at least so the electricians on board...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

OBIOXNAL CORRESPONDENCE. The iSdaiar is. not responsible for any opinions expressed, by Correspondents, as these columns are open , to th-e free discussion of all subjects of.publi-c interest. To the Editor of the Western Sta/r; Sm,—I am requested by the Acting-Commit tee of the Roma Hospital to call your attention; to tlie following paragraph of a letter from " your own" at Taroom, which appeared in your issue of Saturday last, 26th ultimo, viz .:— " Weliavealso every prospect of the establish ment of an Hospital, and not before one lias bs^ come necessary, not the less so that on a late occasion it was with the greatest difficulty, a patient from - Tafoom could procure admission into your establishment in iloina, though we have subscribed to the latter liberally, and. it. has had the further benefit of all our police : fines." •. I do not wish to accuse your correspondent of false statements, as he apparently has been mis informed ; but still, wish most distinctly to deny the trut...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

3TEW .'ZEALAND:' wellington, March. 1. j ral shocks of earthquake have been, Oriiaru yesterday. * " : %' ■*" ' r' v , At -iCC, February 26.—The Warwick Han _ - twauty-fmir ixoiumaitions. and ■ Club Handicap with twenty-six. *ig February 2i>.—-Frank Stephen, clerk : "?Diatripit Oourt^ <^felpiiiyilf< at j Yesterday mmarafie. 'V-"-'y " ' S<a settleriresidiii^^^cpar Mudge^ y^lost; J"\' on Wednesday ksb. His body was '^terday.U:||v^:;!.v • '.. dbne, February 26. -Mjolonel .Gordon, /^. ' iias iJCOnd^niried IJhe; North-Western pherne, as did Colonel Sankey. are moderate outrles for the autumn "j>f the ictoria Racing Olub.

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SYDNEY. Monday, February [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

•SHUI's store, Woodonga, "was. burnt to i<L The loss is estimated at £4000, ■wks caused by the.bufsting of a s lamp. A. childin. one of the irooms 3wly to death.1 • - >lie -LegSLati^^^sfembly last niglit Mr. ^ late J£nister for Railways, called the ^lufi^eatL ' ' srs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report |200 cattle were offered ^ prices-r^ed- si - 20,000 sheep, of which few ; \ , Rates ^rere |t>W£ tor bfet -Withers," which. brought" >v'!i t^w^2^y^iKrc1i'2/ " Epthe 1 *' "\^^di^3p|ifj Stveiage fleece, lod. to jtO&i

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BURNING OF THE GOLIATH TRAINING SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

BURNING OF THE GOLIATH TRAIN ING SHIP. We extract the following from the Home News and European Mail:— The Goliath, an old line-of-battle ship of eighty-one guns, was destroyed by fire on De cember 22. The vessel was stationad off Grays, opposite Gravesend, and, in connection with the Forest Grate Training School, served as a training-ship for boys from the several metropolitan and other unions. At the time of the calamity, there were nearly 500 lads on board. Breakfast was just over, and the boys were distributed about the ship at their i*espective occupations. Soon afterwards—at a few minutes before eight—the fire first I showed itself. By some unaccountable means a lamp in the lamp-room was upset, and the j flames quickly began to spread. An intima I tion of the disaster soon reached Captain j Jenkins, the harbour master, who resides at Gravesend, and it was not long before lie reached the scene. In the meantime Captain Bourchier, of the Goliath, and the officers be longing to th...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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[?] AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

yUSTD GjSSEEAIi NEWS. sjbeen, fcompeHe& to liold'over a leader,. aJid some correspondence, |ip;pe^in our next , ssion prevails among some people |ed hawker,. .by. .virtue of his /license, it 'to folio W His csdling on. any run and fchkt a3i£;' lessee caimbt treat spasser. As letters have been ad |^on this matter, - we have. enquired /on the subject, and find it laid inexplicit terms in clause 71 of the 41869. It , thepe.^distinctly gives ,? lessee to -?trfekt 'as trespassers all - the K>a4, vwitlioui any^excep fj^wjeers'^r any, qtherindi i<3k>vernment duty. during the week has been, hot ) smart shower fell Jpn Thursday aiily .lasted about .twenty minutes, eiiig 0 "07. From Charleville. bad us of the continuance of o jain" haying fallen in that dis b^irig' very hot but cloudy, i which^do noir'come* for the ^ Wednesday last-the thermometer J (Hn-the shade, Thursdayj }Li-V a« d ihat town. At Surai half an,! ^ fell on Wednesiday, Thursday I ie, the wind - being ...

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THE THREE MILE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

THREE MILE TRAGEDY. er cold-blooded murder has within ; week happened at the Three Mile sjgings distant some 14 miles from The murdered man is named ild, but he is better known as " Joe It appears that the prisoner Sim ad the deceased were miners, and ; eighteen months back the latter • at Simmond's place. About this eldest daughter of the prisoner, a 2 years old, named Margaret Sim abducted, and suspicion falling 3, the latter was arrested and com trial to the December Sessions at Here he was convicted of abduc sentenced to sixteen months' im iiiieut in Mudgee gaol. Having served part of his sentence he ^released and again resorted to the s 'Mile. The girl, Margaret Simmonds, 13 3'eare of age, and her father, avwidower, she was left in charge of the Idren while her father was at work, jpears, frequently visited her dur Tier's absence, and Simmonds hear 3m neighbours, instructed his little ant eight years of age, to-tell went near the hut during his About half-past 2 o'clock, Qsras ...

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[?]WAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TORRES STRAITS. TOWNSVILLE, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

mi* OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA TORRES STRAITS. howksvuxe, February 26. :Sing;ipore ariolioreclin Cleveland \ Salf-past eleven a.m. to-day, and resumed seat 1 p.m. ppointinent of Lord Lytton to the Vice of India and the resignation of Lord uk are_fumouticed, the former meet the general approval of the Press and sours in circulation of a serious dis it between Sir Stephen Cave, the Brit lissioner to Egypt, and the Khedive pstatively cantmdieted. i Therepbrt causfed thkSiock Exchiuig«V aiid-E^fpfian "17 to 8 perjcent. - •, .. stantinople ihuch.alarm ^as created by Mahpnnnedan conspiracy to murder rlstians.in the <aty. Petersburg. (rolws isays thai the Mon loan lis aii accbmplislied fact, and also |ce Nikifca has ordered 103000 rifles, and tnon. from America, delivery to be. given sequence of the threatening, attitude of ^Montenegrin guards, 3 )00 strong, and jtli breach-loaders and revolvers, have frjfco thedrontier; V1 ' f . j. pencil Assembly wi& be dissolved irnme . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

THE " WEEK." A JOURNAL -OF, COMMERCE, FARMING, MINING," AND GENERAL INFORMA TION, AND AMUSEMENT. Published at Brisbane every Saturday morning in time for the country mails. Price. Fourpence : subscription—Four Shillings per quarter, or Fifteen Shillings per annum, in advance. "The Week," notwithstanding the brief period it has been in 'existence, has attained a degree of popularity, both in the metropolis and throughout the country districts, beyond the most sanguine expectations of its projectors, thus indicating that thereby a public desideratum has been supplied. OPINIONS OF THE? PRESS ON THE WEEK. " Its contents are varied, entertaining, and in structive."- -Queenslander. "Is a paper well adapted to the wants of bush life."—Dolby Herald.. " Is honestly worth the money. There is no ' get up' about it; and yet it is well got up, and will bear the closest scrutiny."—Northern Argus. "We welcome the Weei as an important and valuable addition to the rapidly increasing list of Queensla...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE BREMERHAVEN ATROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

THE BREMERHAVEN ATROCITY. The following full parfciciilai-s respecting the explosion are from tlie Weiser Zeiimug It appears that just before the Mosel was about to set sail a cart, containing four cases and a barrel, was being unload®! for ship ment. Suddenly a terrible explosion occurred. The effect was horrible. The quay was then thronged with people—partly belonging to the steamer, partly spectators, and partly passengers who had remained there to take a last farewell of their friends. An eye-witness who stood under the gangway of the Mosel, on hearing the terrific report, saw a number of black lumps flying about in the air, ^whilst very few of the persons on the land regained visible. Apprehending a boiler explosion, he threw himself fiat on deck, where he received a volley of sand, broken glass, fragments of flesh, bones, &c. The devastation on board the Mosel was terrific. No skylight was left. The cabins aft, starboard, and port were either crushed in or bulged out b...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

ROMA POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 26     ( Before the Police Magistrate.) LARCENY         Edward, aii aboriginal^ charged •with the larceny of a ring and chain, was brought up on remand. - There ,.being no farther "evidence pittduced, tsie prisoner was discharged. ~ ■ ' Tuesday, February 29. ' ■ : {Before the Police Magistrate.) . i ■' . .ZJLBOSKTi ■' Thomas Black was charged-, with, the larceny of a purse containing 18s., the property of Benjamin Kent. J/- . . . t Senior-constable Byrne deposed that on'the even ing of the 2Sth he apprehended prisoner on a charge of stealing a purse containing 18s.: • Benjamin Kent; deposed: I have been stopping at the Royal Hotel since I came into Roma ; ; Ilost. my purse yesterday, -also Is. 6(Llying loose on the table alongside it; I saw it last about 2 or 3 o'clock yesterday lying bn ;the table a± the head of my bed; the purse contained 18s. -and two newpenny piece...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 March 1876

BIRTH.—On the 27th February, at Trinidad, the wife of Mr. J. W. Daisey of a daughter. BIRTH.—On the 27th February, at Roma, the wife of Mr. William BATZLOFF of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 March 1876

Rfczroy Downs Racing Club. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING, 10 take place on TUESDAY and WEDNES DAY, the 18th and 19th April, 1876. President: Thomas M'Ilwrattii, M.L.A. Judge: John Murphy, P.M. Stewards : Mr. B* W. Stcabt Mr. Netting. Staples Benjamin. M'Fablane Andrews. FIRST DAY—TUESDAY, APRIL 18. Hack Htodle^ Race of - Twenty Sovs. for all Hacks approved of by the Stewards 4 to carry 10 stone. Mile heats. Maidkn Plate of Sixty Sovs. for all horses that have never won over Ten Sovs. of public money in an advertised prize at time of en trance. Penalties for winning after entrance : —Once, 51bs., twice, 71bs. {not accumulative). Second horse to receive back his stake out of prize. One mile and a half. Weight for age. Prince 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 14tt>3.; if for £15, alllowed 21Bis. Weight for age. One mile and a quarter. The Makanoa District Plate of ...

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