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No title [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Mr. Angns Mackay, the special Commissioner to Philadelphia,:, ha? for^ardpd r£rooi Canfpcuia to theChieflnapector or blieep iiisre twy ^Lm ples of SeUmonger's wool from one: of tlieestab lishixieuts there. ; Tiie samples a,re iiieriiio cioth irig,:ahd claJ3sed';aa "supertin©"; land." extni1' respectively.' ' They aruv^very 'far . Irom'iieing equal to our Australian ideas of superfine'' or <l extra /,;-&ut.&ie:irafeple8 '«&» • of- gr*jat" value'^to us, never&eless,as showing inequality of wool .worked .up.iiito; the .finest~fabri6sbf 'tk&inimii faetories of Califorpia. . to 'jjp'&ir Average impales, f laa jio ofthe class of 'fine .wool; in. demapd jtt\ jtjsOLtorMk; ; th.ey affdrdUis ike 4)^;pMwtici'j>rou5 <iia£. iu&e in. that 'port a ;market> iwher,e> jnany ofj o^^nlajad VqqIs^ whieh'ar© iplaced ■ in markets as;" j^edittto" ^ahd; inferior," can? i>urtdispo6tid of sis ejs^ra- superior.-3 Tfiis rn...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWNSVILLE Tuesday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Sydney.,, ^ frri»*± B^Wn, a^ KfeardrfoiSirn. ' ; ®<y fifail&Kf&ir,, from. ■ Pfa^gkong, We3 419 <38w^^O^pra.- Five Reamers are to ItfW. - pES^Primeryiflrt as*bemg jLjifcti»e district.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Revised '•-Ioma. hospital.. , .,s '■■■"' ' NAiTE,,• ' - • i. j The-Uoma Hospital.', .v.-/ /.w.'.l/ j . OBJECT. jiiwJo , ^L'-^To''^affijiral^relief to the and ,|he.§ii^ua^iig ^tricjts'* 'also, "to'sup-" .ply "astar 'as'pcmble iihe want of a benevcK :lent institution. , ,r, , ! " **' 'PATIENTS. | into -two; classes—free and pay; thfe latter on admis sion to pay sucha earn as, judging by tlieir ciMui^'tariceSj "^J^S^^Bml^ttee. shiifl, determine. . Batients.joiu^ sion or relief must produce a, printedform of. reeotiitiiendation fillediup by atoemberofthe Board. oif Manigement^namely,; 3?oreft: C,„. or_J_ D j _ .and unless jsuch form of recomL mendation. be produced to the Actmg-ttom mittee, no applicati<§~^ll^^ ^tende(i to. [If.B.—The ^jppW ill cases of acci^^^er^iireiirgei^t ] • . . ^ (^si^ofteagby voluntary contributions,.and by charges to such patieftj^-a^are as by such.^Vernmeut may, afford, ? ' QtrALEPJCATION. V.—The' Annual Subscription»ofi21 s. shall entitle the contri...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

SOUTHmLES. 1817. £1,000,000. £400,000. BRANCH Banking Business, ( on approved Securities, ~ Deposits, and issues Tiesand Agencies in L United Kingdom, a cleeve, Manager. ISLAND 500,000. c to One Million). V £500,000. £250,000. Hbkisbane. §Matvborough Ichester f^Rockh&mpton oma P^uflmpe . IsToowoomba Townsville. $eyr South Wales, j Western Austra lania, New York, id the East. ' tUAffCH Drafts, negotiates ^change on any of and Agents, and of Banking Business. Deposits for Three, ; current rates. ; a. EEID, j Manager. p. Atonal bank paovopenat TAMBO " all usual Banking H&ALSTON, Acting-Manager. ,tnr LCHES ffiANCH. et,. Brisbane. ; above Line will ier notice:— |wn<l Roma—Sundays, t4 a.m. DAtBY—Mondays, , at 9 a.m. Hie above-men LW, Manager. NER, Igs-"-' ' ■ on the Main t; also to Roma, oleof ihe Western i of Squatters, Over a,' Carriers, and the ITMENT IEMEOTS, than any jlonies. i and sizes irJsc. all kinds. , Meal ( L , &C. |Seeds, tBone', -Beading. r...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

COMMERCIAL. Desiuqoin Stock Report, February 26.—The drought is causing Quite a panic AQioug * Jiolcxen} of stock. From Bonrke on the Barling, we learn ttat the^lftmtrj&for miles nortiiwaid remamsijii veiy bah^condition, and scarcely able to afford feed for statioif-stpck, and if inore rain does not' soon visit the district, it will be next to impossible for.. fo Jwto»v-<Mt"'-tSg-'feaefe' runs being" quite insufficient £or present demands. A fine mob of 1000 bollocks, passed fromQeveland Bay, 1200 miles to the northward; theyhave been seven months on the,.road,. aj^jUg^faBJfijife.» ««At»■ WUcannia all"appearances ofrain have disappeared,^ and unless the diy : weather speedily breaks up almost e veiy ^squatteE in the: district be short of either grass or "water, andsoihe offcotli.' ^ Already the losses have been serious^ with the injuiy sus tained by the flocks a&Llierds from stsurvafcou, besides tlieideaths thafcja^e^ccarred. jJAil^aldBK the banks of the d...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

BIRTH.     On the 13th February, at the Primary -School residence, Taroom, the wife of Mr. W. P.Brentnall   of a son. . Both doing well. DEATH.   On the 3rd March, at Roma, of paralysis, Hector Beaton, late of Surat.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 March 1876

^ " THIS DAY-AT 11 O'CLOCK. has received imtractions to Sell \ by Public Auction, at Mr. W^JfiiMurphy's Yards, on SATOBDAY, tiie 25iai®p>®afc, &t 11 -Srfdoel^ ■ " About 25 Head<Quii£T CATX'lJE, comprising 8 first-class Milkers, several of them -with • . yonng heifer Calves at foot. - 315 . THIS DAS-rAT 2-O'CLOCK- • " RJ. CK3TTEl^^liM Tecei'^& instruhfcions from Mr. Edwass^Satok to Sett by Public Anc tiqj}, afc3InJ^3k^aMphy5s Yards, on SATUR-" DAY, the 25tH instant, at 2 o'clock, 1 Fiist-class HORSE TEAM (complete), oonsistingof 9 Staunch HORSES, in top condition 9 Sets Good HARNESS - - 1 Carrier's DR AYr-neady hew . . • - '. '• • ;Taipaalin, . The Anctioneer woulde^ittemtaontothe above, as a team of this class is Tf^y itarely submitted for Bale, the sole reason for parting with this one being change of occupationoftheowner., ■ Also, at same time and place, " 12 SADDLE HOESES, in good condition, broken , and unbroken. 316 MONDAY, MARCH 27 RJ. COTTELL has...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS.—FIRST APPEARANCE OF M. CARME IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

BILUARDS.— OF ML CABME i APPEARANCE 10URNE. ■i, =A abort time ago gavB.Ms first public exhibition of - ffren^ billiards and fancy strokes... The Iniidi ^nie consists of table con sideb&blf smaller than the E^rHnb one, it being only nine feet In 1 og$h Jj^aur feet six inchesia widths It ha: no j^ocmg, aaid the . cofnefs «re rectangles. naddifi^yao push ing is allowed, and the alls used^&larger theft in the, English ga e. WithMese dif ferences itxaight be ti ight that Ifc^ould not bedifficult^o m&fee raooeaaionl,.. nous—nor is it, to M. C ma. Tie perfo ances commence&with a game of 250 cannons up, each counting |one, played between M. Garme and Albere, who !b well known as the best professional player in Melbourne at the English game. At his firstjjattempt die Frenchman scored 8, nest time 50, at the third trial no lessthan'80, then46, again 68, 1 only at his sixth attempt, and then game; hisopponent in the meantime scoring 20 only. The duration of the ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

SALE OP THE TTKEXPI^KD OF IjEASES' OF FORFEITBmBCKS OF CROWN LANDS IN THE UNSETTLED DISTRICTS. ...» -jPisi&rsl 0oera>ation Brinch, , " * Brisbto^ February 12th, 1876. rjTHE attention M St^kairoen and otbet-a is ■ - - drawn to. :fiifc5lS^^8^^6ki"'tiB6i=-@6ttShfiTOfn8 Qasxtt* af&wlay'* <iaite^ ttie undement^i€^Forf«ted^Rcm,m ^the^C^^ttled , Itenwiaf] infomuitinn * . . Brisbane. . - •>•••KYt* ■-&> _ 229.,,.; •Vy Mabakoa " **&&' Bovd's Downs Wo; ^MtboahPlains EanB» Wtuxbin Tego Korth . Wabsboo Dnsraaei^ "n~ """" •W-3'^rrff Harv«y Downa fiflUi^Dnms BnndaBimdA - • «f• ; I... U"J€muv>T JhBmicT. Ilsmgton „ Exeter Downs : , . i'.-o WUTOHpatj] Bextejr Lesfeee Hfl],;Na 3 V" - ' | Lestrfl& HjlI, Sheriff's Office^ Brisbane, 1st Man4i> 1876. / In nnc SuiKSara OnmT of Qcexxsxaxd. T.ANT>T ATOA NOTHERn BIGBY. PATRICK. TO AT.T. PERSONS CONCERNED. rpAKE Notice that * Writ of JFieri Facht* Las -"1 • been'issued span aJndgr...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

CROW LANDS SALE. THE fallowings LOTS of LAND will be offered FOB. SALE by Public Auction, #t the nn<fer: mentioned place, at 11 o'clock, on tire day specified, at the Upset Price. (Deposit, 20 per cent) SaIB AT THB.POUCE OfTIC®, OtfHHAmJHii, OK Wednesday, the 3rd day of May, 1876. ' - . tows District of Warrego, Parish^ Thairfomkndah, ' Toion oflTiargomindajft. Lots No. 1 to 10, Allotments No, I to 10,- Sec tion 3, 2 Hoods each"; upset price, £S per acre. Lota No. 11 to 20, Allotments Now I to 10, Sec tion 4, 2 Hoods each ; upset price, £8 per acre: Lots No. 21 to 30, Allotments No. 1 to 10, Sec tion 5, 2 Roods each ; npset prioa, £S per acre. MONSry ORDER SYSTEM Wim THE GERMAN EMPIRE. , . PoBtmaBter^CteiiiSial'fi Office, Brisbane, February 21, 187& Fis hereby notified for gent^ infonnation that the Money Orcler STOtem bas been eatablia&ed between Qaeensland ana the German Empire. : Fall particulars canTiet&tsined on applicafctoiTat any Money Order...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

The Sheet Anchoe op the Debuutaxejx - Ordi nary stimulants afford no permanent benefit to'per sons deficient in natural vigoturer weakenedhy disease; in fact, the effect produced toy umAedi-: cated spirits, even when pure, is- injurious, as they produce au exhausting reaction npon the nervous system. But,, where such excitants utterly {ail to revive exhausted energy, that sheet anchor of the debilitated, Udolpho Wolfe's Schxedam Aromatic Schnapps, powerfully invigorates every life-aostain ing organ.—-[Adyt.]

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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PARLIAMENTARY AMENITIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

The communistic hcbon f sembly is most leaders, only are fcemotible, but they are mutually antipetnencv Sd the walls ofthe Assembly, ^ o^np^ of the front vow pi the OpBOsataoa^b^^^ not' hesitate tov &vo^^the.:TS6pi3(i^wh^E^ Mr. Berry, while changing ship and defeat entailed. The opinions of and Patterson, withrespv.— — — • i'^xis and conceited ex-Treasurer, tical circles/ and there can if the overtures which were made to &ir . James M'CuIloch, when the Raganmffin* A»«mnisfcm-. tion was being' formed, had been 'successful, JoX., Beriy would have been quietly fmd espedifewrty thrown overboard. The egregious vanity or the man is quite equal to that of Goldsmith, ■without so much as a redeeming spark of talent. Qn: Tuesday evening he told me Assembly, amidst; roars of laughter, that he felt it to be his duty. " to enter hiB protest in ike Tuwie of &i& odiintrj/ against these proceedings f" Talk about;the three, tailors of Tooley-street, why they ape out-1...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOWNSVILLE. Wednesday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

TOWNSVILLR The E. and A. Company's steamer Somer set, -with, the malls from London via Biindisi to February 4 arrived heroihis jnorning,: She expects to xeach Brisbahe on Sunday. The latest crushings at. the Palmer reefs liave he^ri very ^ood, and fullyrealise the ^ticipations formed of theirrit^esa. TKp following are the partaculaiB.r^jSdbioji, 60 tons, yielded 242o;&; <^een of the North, 110 tons, 930ozs.r Snui^eldj: 4$ fans, 192 ozb. TheMountain Maid is now cradling; expected to average iozs. to-the ton. SUCCESS OF MULLIGAN AND HIS &A3KCY.. . Discovert op the IiAjegest Gold Field in -Queensland. The - discovery of a new gold-field at the Palmer is fully confirmed. The gold is chiefly alluvial, althooglfreefs, apparently of a patchy character, are innumerable. In some of them gold is visible in every piece of quartz knocked off their surface. Intense excitement prevails at Cooktown, from which town there is a splendid road to the new rush. The "explorers...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DROUGHT. (From the Central Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

THE DROUGHT. (From the Central Australian.) Special religious service was held oil W ecmes day evening last at the Church of England, Bourke, its object an intercessory one that the district might be via ted: with rain. After the Litany service the Rev. Mr. Bravey preached a sernon from the 63rd chapter of Isaiah, the lat ter part of the 1st verse, " Mighty to save.'* He (the preacher) depicted the terrible sufferings occasioned by the present drought endured by man land beast, and averred tliat if the drought was not occasioned by the sins of the people, it was nevertheless deserved. After discoursing for some time on the enormity of the tins com mitted by mankind ami tine curse flowing from them, he concluded by exhorting- all present to repent of their sins, and consecrate their lives to God; to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all other things—even rain— would be added, thereto. The attendance was very good. Refoem in Boots.—The San Francisco cor responde...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

MELBOURNE. Tuesday, March 21. The P. and O. Company's steamer China, having transhipped the mails via Bungalora, | ■which is in/quarantine, left here on the 8th. In the Assembly last night, the Chairman |of Committees was openly accused of being |unfit to preside at the last sitting of the iEDouse. "Wednesday, March 22. He session/will probably close next week. A stringent hill lias been introduced to put iowii Chinese lotteries. : It is stated that 150 /-agents have shops in the city. Mr. Alfred Anderson, the pianist (husband lima de Murska) died this morning. .Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. re art that 1170 cattle were sold at an advance from 10s. to 15s. on last week's rates. 14,000 sheep were offered ; best merinoes nought from- 12s. to lis., other breeds brought lightly improved rates.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODD NOTES. (From "Bohemian" in the Week.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

jytfh NOTES. ./ zv/>«m jrftfthpfiYiiani" ■. in 1h&. Week:) . I I fully ^expect when our Mao getB back again Jxere that he will " initiate the necessary legisla tion5'—I believe that is the correct phrase-—for observing all the Saints' days. Now the Queen has appointed Mm a ■Companion of St. Michael and St. George, of course heis in duty bound to siickup for the honour and dignity of the whole assembly of Saints, with "whom he is mixed up. His friends in Glasgow expect this of him. I see by the repoiti iii the'Grt&sffow lT&rald that at Mac alister's banquet, the itev. 33r. Cumming, inre tuniingtharks for the toasts of "TlieClergy/'said: They could not be indifferent to the question as to what Was-to become of those great populations forming our colonies; He was sine that they must earnestly desire that these should become in the future great Christian nations ; and they were there fore glad to' see at "the head of a people like that of Queensland, leading t...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE VIA TORRES STRAITS STEAMER SOMERSET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 March 1876

^^HlATEST INTELLIGENCE VIA TORRES STRAUS STEAMER SOMERSET. The Turks are reported to have gained everal victories over the insurgents in Her jvina. Serious disturbances are imminent LSeryia, Montenegro, and Roumania, It is ieved that 3£uffiia is fomenting the rebel bo, and that Austria, will be obliged to adopt irere measures and intervene if the insurrec im spreads. ^Prince Hohenlohe has arrived at Berlin o>m £ome ; an amicable understanding- has arrived at frith the German Govern The health of the Pope is thoroughly re " iblished, and he is now wonderfully well. Cardinal Antonelli is seriously ill Singapore, March 6. evetal Malays, supposed to be implicated i muiderof Birch at Peiak, are reported a,ve been, captured. long Hoai Kay Whampoa, a member of Straits Settlement Legislative Council, is le a G.C.M.G., being-the first Chinese ever grated with a British Order. The public rinuch pleased. i in India and Burmah are quiet, lead vices from China are pacific. has commenced opera...

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