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

. Subscription, £1 4s. per anrnrni, orfis. per >guarier, payabie in advance. I&xe inserted according^ the following scale:;— 8. «L Four lines anfl under . ■ 2 ■.?; Six iines » 3 0 Eightlines. . . 4-0 . .. Every .additional eightlines 2 0 IsTo advertisement, ifboo"ked,will be Charged Hess than 3s. ■ ; A libecEd disconnt allowed on continuous ad vertisemenis. All advertisements must specify on the' face: >of them the number of times they are to be linserted, or they will be continued tili counter imanded, and Charged accordingly. - -t Any person ordering advertisements orjjrint virig on behalf of a nommittee formed, or to be ^formed,, for 'any "public purpose,-will be held: JPEBSONALLY responsible for thfi^ame. Advertisements from non-Bubsoribers must be rpaid for previous to insertion. Births, Marriages/ and Deaths, 2s. 6d. each onseriion. GENERAL ' The undersigned -having, daring Ms Jrite visit ito Sydney, carefully selected a complete stock. «of JOBBENG- TYPE, is now ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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The Western Star. [?] SATURDAY, APRIL 31, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

[Sire SMcra ^fctr. /' i •••■ T IMA; SATURDAY, APRIL 31, 18T5. s ^ • / j|ie time for the meeting of Parliament ajaches tKere were sijns of awakening alj the members. One after .another de ]fd himself of his opinions, and/ evading as ft possible all pledges to pursue any special <fe, is great in general avovals of general mples. The metropolitan members have 1 i inr the field; as well as some of the : tern ones ; but it is amusing to see that, ■ i many of them censure the financial i oliness of the Ministry, and declare feelves active in the cause of retrench | and financial ^reform, they carefully ~x I oheir special district from the applica Iof the sweeping process. Mr. Bailey Is a railway from Bundaberg into the feral districts of the Burnett. Mr. Fryar I" stern economist" where other people are kerned, and a very Beutus in exposition pe electors of East Moreton—felt his sy ru bies enlarge at the prospect of a railway ■ and a jetty at, the pleasant little seaside jage of...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

COmtERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. heavy- rains during the last week has almost op to business. We hare no alterations to la pieces. | following wool has been received and for-; .•—From the stores of Messrs. Lewin and > bales, Gordon and Crawiord.

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POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 24. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 24. (Before the Police Magistrate.) On the application of James Saunders, all licensed storekeepers, publicans, and other dealers were prohibited from supplying liquor to EL W. Thomp son for 12 months.' Monday, April 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ILLEGALLY DETAINING A CHEQUE. W. B. Murphy summoned John Canty for detain ing a cheque of the value of £14 14s. This case was partly heard on Friday last, and appeared in our last issue. Thomas Knowles, bailiff of the Petty Debts Court, deposed that he seized a buggy of Surlick's on last Wednesday week; the amount in full on the buggywas £14 14s.; Canty paid the money; he did not 'buy the buggy outright, but held it as' security for the money advanced ; the time speci fied was six days; had seen the promissory note cancelled for which the buggy and the horses were held as security; saw the same buggy sold again by commission ; had nothing to do with any of the horses ; none of them were delivered to...

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SURAT. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

SURAT. I fFROM OT7B, OWN CORRESPONDENT. 1 I am sorry to say our telegraphic communica tion is stopped again ; this time by the instru ment getting out o£ order. A Brisbane expert is on his way to see to it. Mr. Furlong has been very attentive to his business' since he has been here, but is not sufficiently posted to remedy the eviL In the Dolby HeraM of the 17th instant the St. George correspondent states that I accuse that modest township of selfishness in agitating for a coach line to Dalby which shall exclude. Surat; he is in error. I accused St. George, or ; rather a few blilid leaders of the blind there, of i " short-sighted selfishness," my position being | that Cobb and Co., who are a shrewd as well as an enterprising firm, would choose the best pay ing line, caring nothing for the Baints' prejudice in the matter, and this will be the best paying line, " which nobody can denybesides the: greater direct traffic, it will tap the increasing, traffic between New South Wales (via ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

I BRISBANE. [FROM OUR „«WN. j^^RESPOffPENT. ]. , , Let me introduoe-myeelf to the readers ofthe ' Western Star /by congratulating the^i on the "publicafitfn of,thatj}ape?\at Roma,, ami at length, having iriitheir. possession that valuable medium for expreiising the Wants" ofthe 'tergtf Western Districtiaio#n as aneWspaper.' iNowr for such iiews as l can-give, you, newB fceihgthe .proper contents of a' correspondent's letter,and :noti dissertation and , argument, though. it" is hard to confine one's - self. I will cotnmence at the top of thetree, and tell your readers what " I can of his Excellency Governor' Cairgs. v in appekrahce, Ke is a tall fine-looking .man, with ^ fine headand a thoughtful serious face which beara thfei marks of ill-health.He appears to be a-good man of business, and has taken &e pains to go round -and inspect most of the public offices, here. . He is launching out Into great hospitality.; _He" hjwjUrieady given one ball, gives another at'the end of th...

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MITCHELL DOWNS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

MITCHELL DOWJIiBLv? [from our own coere8pondekt.] j _ } It commenced to rain here on the nig&t ol Friday, the23rd April, and continued, with In termissions, lintilMonday evening. The jMaia noa is np, andnmninga banker. A mob of 100 ' head of draught and saddle horses passed flirough-otiie township. on their way to Tanibo.' They are; for ^ale, and are the properiy of JMr. P» JBL^terriit. , Owiiyjto the wet, -peai&pr vinuone^s is,at a standstill ; aia$iing doing. •». <• Ata poandsale on the 50^ Ajprfl^two,horses were sbld, and brought Viwy^oa jOTDea. The race meeting called forl^'Sai|lji^yr,hsB been adjourned to the 24th April, on tfocoutit of the state of ibe roads. 5 ~ * * jtewei^iygfall;Iook$yexythreatening, and; there is every appearance of a heavy flood. April 2y. : : ****°"" "

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENCE.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

i CHAKLEVILLE. fimnu mm nww fiORMSPnwnnNT. 1 There is.no lo'cal'newB. The only travelling stock is 7000 sheep, which have been moving'for grass and water; they are the property of Mr. Allen, of Whyanbali, near St. George, and are npw en route for that station from the neigh bourhood of Tambo, in charge of Mr." Rubins ; they cauiped on Friday, the 16th, at Millie, and proceed via Charleville. ' We had * drizzling rain on Monday and Tues day which has ' damped the' surface of the ground, but nothing more ; Wednesday., and Thursday .were bright and hot; Friday, cloudy ; • and this day slight rain is falling. . April 17.

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

DALBY. [FftOM ODIt OWN COEBESP0NDENT. ] St George's Day was observed as a public holiday in Dalby (or the first time as far back as "your own" can remember. _ A cricket match was played between two local elevens, Married versus Single,. in which the former were victorious by 18. runs, the.' boys having two wicketstogo down at 6 o'clock, the hour agreed upon for drawing the stumps. Now winter is approaching and the evenings lengthening, amusements begin to flock upon us, of which until lately , there has * been quite a dearth. The panorama of the Franco-Prussian war was exhibited for two nights to. crowded houses,- and on Saturday, afternoon a special exhibition was arranged for the juveniles. A very excellent string and brass band accom panied the exhibition. A sad case of accidental death occurred to a little girl about three years of age, daughter of O'KeefFe, carrier, through an overdose of brandy, on Sunday last. .She was left alone in the house, the mother being at chapel, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

Southern xsd Western Railway. —pWe have been requested by a, number of men em ployed in the traffic department ofthe Southern and Western Railway, .whoaa believe to be.thoroughly. reliable, to^^gam^dl the attention * of'the larly of the Mmkter"for _W6ickk, to iheir'caiei' We withhold the iiamesbe<iuse we1are coti*nnced tliat speedy vengeance wouldbejvisitedupori those who have made us their confidants if-they. were known. It isno secretthat.foryearspasfc the best men—rwiththeexc^tioivof those who have families depending upon them, who are therefore in a maimer compelled to remain have had to leave the traffic department; being unable to put up with the petty tyranny -which' seems to be the rule. It is equally: as Well known that new arrivals from themothercounliy. and from other colonies axe taken on and fai«fr«d over the heads of those whose good conduct and length of service have entitled them I® promo tion. In addition to these grievances, there is an odious system of ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

local and general news. The treasurer of the Roma Hospital begs.to acknowledge, "with thinks, the receipt of £8t being proceeds of "the Aniateur Minstrol Com pany's performance on Friday evening, the 16th ultimo - _ i , In our report of tte'proceeflings of the.Dis- . trict Court an error occurred in the amount of Surlick's bail, the amount being himself in£100, and two sureties in £50 each, instead of £150. In the civil cases, instead, of J. $L Cannon «. A. F. Surlick, claim of £37 for overdrawn account, it should have been Fitzgerald v. A. F. Surlick, two dishonoured cheques—one for £60, and one for £68 10s. This case wastaken about 10 o'clock at night, after our reporter h&ilfeft.' In theearly part of the /week a considerable amount of rain fell in Botna and irs neighbout hood, and the Bungle rose several feet, and was running' strongly. A heavy shower,, /fell ' on Thursday afternoon, but yesterday ihe-'weather was fine and cold, with every appearance <>f a -...

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THE MAIL TO ST. GEORGE. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

THE MAIL TO ST. GEORGE. To ikt Editor of the ;Wiz&em Star- . . j Sm,—I wish to call yonr attention "to the de fective mail arrangements between. St. George and Soma. I received the Brisbane Courier of thelOth instant - on Thursday, the 15th instant; your issue of the same date I did not receiveuntil the following Sim day, the 18th instant. Brisbane is 350 miles from St. (Jeorge, and Roma is 130 miles.- We have two anafls from Roma—one roaSuxat, arriving here on Sunday at noon; and one via Mitchell Downs, ar riving here exactly the same. time. Hie mail lor Roma via Mitchell Downs closes on Sunday at half past 1, leaving-exactly one hour and a half for reply, and, as people .generally dine about that time, their. letters are left unanswered till the following m»il If we do not eeply liythat mail to Roma letters, we cannot do so tall ti^follo'wing Thursday, via Surat. It takes three veebslnget «i answer between this' town an^ in ordinaiy course, and only four fun ilare Avim 'Rn...

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THE DISTRICT COURT. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 May 1875

THE DISTRICT COURT. To ike Editor#f the Western Stan ] Sir,—In referenoe to the late sittings of the Dis trict Court, I wonld respectfully suggest that if -tlie assizes were timed to commence tin Monday the judge and other learned gentlemen could arrive' lay Sunday's coach. Monday, Tuesday, and Wed nesday •would be clear forbusiness; there eonld then Ije no complaint of nnseemly haste, as-three'days -would suffice for assize business in Bona, and jurors from a distance would not be compelled to remain over Sunday, which entails extra expense, a juror usually exceeding his official income .of two and-sixpence a day and find himself, If lie has a lilank day between. It is not fair and scarcely justice to ask a man npoh oath to swear to the identity of a horse amongst a number of others on a dark rainy night ; but if it is absolutely neces sary that the business of the court should be carried on inthe evening, Iwouldfurtfceriespect fully suggest that a chandelier or two -should be borr...

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OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. (From the Courier, April 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

- 'OPINIONS OF THE PKESS. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. . (From the Courier, April 28.) The land question -we had anticipated would be dealtwith in-a broad comprehensive manner, ! oil general aiid intelligible 'principles; and we ace disappointed at finding only a nibbling here and thereat the corhers-of the present Act. The homestead areaB are to be enlarged, and a Se lectors* Relief B&I,- "to meet some of the defects of the 1866 Aet, ifi to be brought in, The method proposed to be adopted in both we shall in due timS see. "But to our inind the great and cardi xtal 'defect of the -land laws of both 1866 and 1868—:«the enormous and arbitrary powers given to the Minister for Lands of the day—equally 'Kqniied^eslmg with. . Efe has at present, if we road the decisions of the Supreme Court aright, * ^.-control over the whole of the la&d system, and especially the conditional and homestead selec tions, Which no Executive ought to Have:. The aefioil 'of the law—the rights of the ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. AUSTRALIA THE GOLDEN LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

;OBIGTO£L POETRY. AUSTRALIA THE GOLDEN LAND. TA'lio would havE dream't in years gone by, ' With crime's dark impress on lier name, Australia would rear liei bead so lugh And write in words of gold herfame And midst a crowd of iiationa stand The isle of hope—The Golden Land! Ah I No 1 Thefairest land on eartlv Spite lier sweetclime and stumy sky, =Seemed evetC&om her very birth -2ieath sin's "depressing hand to lie,V -And e'en Australia's name to speak \ Would dye with shame her children's cheek. -Sat now how changed 1 The darkness o'er, Australia's son hath risen at last Dispelling sin's enthralling power i The present brightness veils the past, And thousands leave their native land To seek Australia's golden strand. Buttho' the red gold's magic power May for a time efface the stain, dond* .again "will round her low'r And shadowed leave her naine again li, on hfirwealth, which quickly flies, Australia Uer sole trust rolies. . Australia'ssonis, then as ye love Youf country, a...

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THE COURIER AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. To the Editor of the Brisbane Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

THE COURIER AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. " To ike Editor of the Brisbane Courieri .' .. J Sir,—In compliance with your request, I subjorn an account of the whole circumstances' connected with my interview with Mr. Macalister on the 26th of October last,1 when I received from himthe inform matronwhich is embodied in two paragraphs in the Courier of the following day.. My memory is per fectly fresh with regard even to minute ■ points j in consequence of the significance which, owing to Mr. M'Dwraith's resignation on the day of publica tion, attached to eveiy detail. - Late on the evening of the 20th October-last you informed me that Mr. Macalister had arrived in Brisbane after hia trip to Sydney to -confer with' Mr. Vogel and the New South Wales Mlnistera,.and you requested me to endeavour to obtaiuran .inter view with him, and to gather any information as to the results x>f the proceedings in Sydney which he might be willing,to communicate."' .Accordingly,, having ascertained that ...

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PARLIAMENT. THE FIRST DAY OF THE SESSION. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

PARLIAMENT. THE FIRST DAY OF THE SESSION. (From die Courier.) ■ The Assembly met as usual in the afternoon, the Speaker taking the chair at half-past 3: At first there was rather a small attendance of members, and.tliere were not many visitors. Mr.Griifith, Mr/King, and Mr. Douglas took their seats on ihe benches allotted to the mumbere' of the' tipper 'Souse, there to await the pleasure of- the Sjftake'ri after he had announced the return of' the writs under which theyl were respectively certified to .have been elected. "• Mr. Speaker first informed the House of the return of writs for . Oxley arid' for HavenswoocL, and the members for Oxley and Ravenswood were introduced t»y Mr. Macalister and Mr. Hemmant, both of them taking, the oatli . of allegiance, and subscribing the rbll inthe usual form. Then came an announcement that writs had been issued for Darling Downs and the Logan, but that no return ii: either case had been made. After which, and after the reading of a letter from'...

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TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

TURF GOSSIP.: fBi; Yoi.uirrEEE.3 Thanks - to the spiadted proprietor of Western Star, the time has arrived: when;it no B^rfingcommunity of t]ieiIai^oa4isi34cti.f longerunderihe disadvantage of beingisojaiedj : regards racing intielUgence mtheirownifnu " vicinity, is has hitherto keen the cage. onebfthe community. above ...i»fen^; to, deeply sensible of the.boon whicblias beencon- ' f, ferred uptin.usin J&eestablislpnentof a medium by which we are enabled ,io know what isbeing ■». enacted in racing circles, so that we -^anr be pre^' pared for what all turfites-are looking forward to . * —our race meeting. No doubt the. task-of per-- -- forming properly that which ^ " turf .gossip"; is.a • supposed to do may be more,difficult in Boma than in' other towns of greater magnitude, in; consequence of the strange quarters-occupied by - .<•• the horses ;' still, as there, is a. pos^ili^.,^:i;; :i affording some information oaihe mibjeet, iand-v.i, .. The racing: irien^r^^V ...

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RACES TO COME OFF [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

RACES TO OOMK OFF • : Ipswich (N.A. J.C.) ... "Mayl3imdl4 Brisbane (Q.T.C.) ..w," ... ... May24"and 25 St. George (BalojmeJ.C.)... " May 25 and 26 Toowoomba (D.D.J.C.J June 3 sand 4 Dalby {N.D.J. C.) ... . — ... June 9.»ndl0' Roma (MaranoaiT.C.) ... ... Jxme S ahd lO Warwick (T.C.) . ... ■: ... " June l6and-17> Taroom (Annual)June24&n<L25,. Sunt (isimai) - ... - ... ... Jn,tie29 and 30 •Maiyborongli {JT.C4" r. ... Jjuly 22<1and23' ■Bockhamptdn (J.C.) - ...- ' _ ... July29 and 30. Gympie (T.C.); '•'..-■r. ' ~ '^d31 • Iktosx'to Closing op Stakes..,.. ' Toowoomba Handicaps ... ;.. ^,..1,, May.18.; Warwick Handicaps, and Hurdle Race... . May 22 Dalby Trial Stakes and Handicaps ^ jtay "58, TaroOm 'Handicap ;., .V.'I . ^ jSne'lT* " Maranoa^Boma) Handicap ; ... . *'"„?! Jnne'5^ Eockhamptoa Handicaps... June 28 Maryborough Handicaps ... ... ? ™."f2rniy3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 May 1875

IMPOUNDED at Roma, from G-ubberarounda, on 1st'.May, 1875, by orderof Jamea Lalut, Esq. Driving; 3s.-8cL ' 'One bay mare, strap on leg, hell «m neck, like :M over C near shoulder, like C near ;ribs," 9BT (registered brand) off shoulder.- • ■ One bay mare, - large;, star, Vindirtmct: twanoL^-wver ; blotched brand near shoulder. d; i One grey mare, like heart upside-down off shoulder. One black mare, GE2 near shoulder, hobble strap on leg. One "bay nan,' indistinct -anil blotched i>rand: ;like RO near shoulder; foal atfoot. . One black or browii horse, star, near End footwhite, like Ty over T near shtfulder, blotchedhrand near saddle. One' chesnut horsej star, strip face, near hind foot •white, like MS7 (registered brand) liear shoul der. ; Also; from Biijdango, on the 3rd May, 1875, by order of Jonathan M'Lean, Esq. Driving, :2s. Cd.; damages from enclosed lands,-2s. Cd.; damages on entires, £3. ■, One bay mare, dock tail, like ^"1 C near shoulder, blotched brand near thigh ; foal...

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