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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

. ;pitKBAN|S., •;A'..- ■- ;• J [FROM Ora-:0\ra cOB.RESWN»ENT.^ ^= • JDecidedly the mostimpofctanfc .news bt tbS week is the discovery by Mulligan and' party, of' a new gold-field in the Palmer-district said^ t6 pe> on the Hodgkinson 'River, about 16!) infli^s^rbtn ; Cooktown and a good- road cm l>e inades"to .it from there at a-cost of about £200. • The pecu liarity about'it is that it iB clui^iilluvIal, luiiipa bong obtainable in eVeqr be traced for miles,but its present lijown extent is about 30 miles long by, 10 v^de. The country, would appear to: b^ the'sam^'&a' that prospected by the samepaTtyin D^cemberla^jbjut wlufehflifey had to abandon for want-of water. cThe Cknvrier seems to have tjston eve^,painB ^J ascertain, the exact truth, and the formation. publish^ is • taken from MulBgari's diaiy, and the proprietors* of that reporter*' tosnpply reliable intelligence. • The effect of the . discovery will be felt all .over this-country,'-and* the pulsation up North wi...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

DALBY. " . -i freom' otrit own,ooeeespokdesi!j3 ^ ? - , Dr. Hale, the Bishop of Brisbane, arrived here by train on Saturday afternoon; and'was met at the railway, station by - the Incumbent, " churchwardens, and ^members of the -congrega- . tion. His Lordship -p'rofeeeded: immediately to the residence of C. E. Chubby - ' has taken .up his abode during liis stayhere. ■ It having ibeen-announced'that, his Lordship . would preach on' Sunday at both, services, ,011* ■ behalf of the building fund of rtW church now in course <>£ erection, -the-Hill ;of* the School ofe. Arts, where Divine Service ishaldT was . both-roorning'aiiTl"EVemSg''to hea^him. cXn"the" morning he tooii rio text, iAit-1 delivered dis course in which he dwelt-forcibly upon the necessity, of ha^^qg church} bui^di^g? { ereetefd? m towns, * as there was 'then a visible reminder to everyone of his 'rMiglon^'^d/mffiout- Ayhiclis christians were ; apt to ;betioineE hegle'ctfiiL" /in| the evening he also dehvere...

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HODGSON. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

HODGSOST. [FROM OUB OWN C0RB.ESP02TOENT.J Our proximity to you debars me from offering .tjy news under the heading of "weather;" however, lest we be thought unthankful, I may note the fact that we have enjoyed our share of the late rains, to the manifest improvement of grass and sources of water. We are fast becoming possessed of the insti tutions common to civilized communities—to wit, a: school and races, and, as a sign of the times, I may tell you that the natives,(Hodgson ites) begin to affect stand-up., collars and broad cloth. I am sure you will not fail to excuse these vanities when you consider that on St Patrick's Day Hodgson became the theatre of amusement, .whilst Roma exemplified the "saw" current in its ancient namesake—magna civitas, magna solitudo. / Be school matters, Mr. P. B. MTjelsh has got as fairly into working order as can be expected. The school building—about as commodious as a shepherd's hut—will it is hoped soon be super seded by a new building; about £50 n...

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ROMA PETTY DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, March 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

:> ^BOMA PSTTY DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, Marcli 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) UifDEFENDEl) CASES. C. Gkiynor tJ. Edward Kecs.—Claim of £1 lis. 9d. poulidfees. - There being no appearance of either : parly* ths case. was struck out, ., *.• ' David Briley v. James M'Gaw. Claim of £1 14s. 6dL This case was settled out of Court. ; The Police v. G. Young.—Claim of £1, for work and . labour done. This case. was settled out of Court _ - P. J. Marr v. W. Townslev.—Claim of 15s., value of a foaL After hearing evidence on both sides, the Bench adjourned the case to the 29th, in order-to secure the attendance of . a witness for plaintifL . Defended Cases. W. SMITH v. F. G. Pi'ERMEB. .Claim of £15, value of a horse. Mr. Thompson, appeared for the defendant. W. Smith deposed,: I am a selector, residing at Cattle Creek; I remember the month of December last; I had a light brown horse in my possession at that time ; defendant came to me and asked me to lend him the horse to cart some timber f...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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TAROOM. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

TAROOM. [from: our own cobbespondeht. ] ' We so-e'still luxuriating in a really good season, and it is quite gratifying to ourselves to* sit and read of the drought surrounding us. A good sign for our district is the fact we are now supplying Roma with fat cattle, and this, morn ing your inhabitants are sitting down to a good Dawson steak, sweet andjuicey. Our P.M. has been quite busy in dispensing the bonds of holy matrimony, several have been the blushing blooming brides led to the "Magis terial Hymen ial Altar" during the last .few., weeks.. >!I; .. V.... ? • <■■■'■ We are placed in a state of siege, as far as our stock is concerned, no sooner .does some poor old; deluded milker overstep the bounds of our town reserve, than she is captured by the enemy, and brought back a eadder and a wiser cow, to take a night's lodging in our pound yard, where she can qiiiety chew the cud of sweet and bitter grasses to the tune of the distant bleating of her poor, orphan -in a rem...

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SURAT. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

SUBAT: Ifeom: oub own correspondent. 1 The Surat Bridge is now assuming the appear ance of a:reality. A good number of. men are. employed, but the work has been considerably delayed, teams being unable to work owing to the scarcity of-feed. , -A lot of 800 head of cattle, the property of Mr. AdamSj from the Culgoa, have passed, gpibg north to Ftfrt Cooper^. A ilk^ejiwk^Tr^brses," -also belonging to-Mr. Adams will soon follow. ^ PoTTrer-QniirtJM»»inoveHs offnnportant—an odd swiper"oraTrefractorycase under the Masters and Servants' Act. On the 28th Thomas Doyle was charged , with having stolen a watch at Roma. Constable Gal lagher proyed . the finding of the watch in prisoners possession, and prayed for a remand to Roma, where the offence was committed. The prisoner was remanded.accordingly. . . March 29, 1876.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

ROMA, SATURDAY, APRIL I, 1876. The Rosewood meeting and tlie speech of Mr. Thompson there lias-created a sort of feeling in the public mind , not probably con templated.'.by its original < promoters. They were thinking of their roads c, he opened the whole question of, local. self-government—-a question which is rapidly forcing itsfelf more and more on the attention of; all who wish Avell Ibo these colonies. _ . There is veiy-little doubt that the centralizing system which has been so vigorously carried .out in New South Wales and Victoria is rapidly converting the central governments into organised machines of corruption. Remote districts ge& no atten tion paid to their wants ; members of the Legislature batter their votes for Ministerial support to public works in their electorates, and become corrupt themselves tb&tthey may in turn Corrupt their constituents; and when fi^mr/the shire-board and difetri<& municipal system which has been...

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[?]OCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

ipaii avy lain fell tairoughont the Western difir i rin the early part of the week, extending: ond Ohaileville, where the rainfall was 2 *50. ii'flie season, ithifi down ^;Willdo»"vast amount of jood, as all.tra 'fTO have teen stopT>ed if the drought Wfliannei a very, short time longer, and the stockwotild have been treble what it has ialready. On Jthe Balonne the rain does not to have been so lieavy as elsewhere, only it showers having fallen at Snrat and -^t. At Tambo the gauge registered 2*00 ; DownSjl-50, and atftioiha. '2'K Heavy |j^^ i^ .bptHreeh;~here and" ^oftdaiiiine,"' " the sroads to bevery heavy; the Dalbv avedonTuesday. about three hours, be J7 il IffirTl -Tlir-'i'ilf'" mil tint in? K ville tins wetk, ilm iv^Ia, rfor it totravel; the .mail was carried on Worses.. The TSroom mail did not arrive iiirsday last, the mailman beingunable'to "je'Daiwfcbn, whiich is flooded. * -On enqnir ;the Telegraph. Office last nig^it, we were led that • the wither had cleared tip !£hout...

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MELBOURNE Wednesday, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

2Dartary /"r 9Si6 ^Premier advanced politick. In'* ySngor.^ the passing oif themeasure, especially 3 -Mg^ng that -fli& advaiice otliassiah linterests , ^awards ^he^Indiaii frontier and the conquest of were well known as. a matter; of, fact 9u£ijtadia* :.'$Ea asumgtioii by .. aj6ity:3£f^CIggT^3e|4jE^ ^^pi^ pfiiQidija. •" rouldbe regarded as ahtntamstalcable sign of resolution to maintain the British empire ' 1 •• *. . ■ " V ....' 3K. 1j6we ^ mrBtaafig teriaB the allusion to . the uofitussia on the Indian possessionsiojE the a as being incautious and,unwise. - :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

CROWN LANDS SALE. fpiffl Rowings LOTS of LAND will be offered J 5 fcy Public Auction, at the under mentioned place, at II o'clock, on the day specified, JtL ^nce ®flu»d to each respectively. (Deposit, 20percent.) J Poucb Office, Coknamuiia, on WEDirsaoAY, the 3rd day of May, 1876. TOWN XXJTS. District of Warrego, Pdrink of 7%irg0fninddhw _ ■ *own of Thargomindah. .. "»• 1 to 10, Allotments No. 1 to 10, Sec tion o, 2 Roods each; npset price, £6 per acre. ,. kojs No. 11 to 20, Allotments No. 1 to 10, Sec turn 4» 2 Roods each ; upset price, £8 per acre. Lots No. 21 to 30, Allotments No. 1 to 10, Sec tion 5, 2 Roods each ; upset price, £8 per acre. • ' 344 Sheriff's Office, Brisbane, 1st March, 1876. Ik th* SoKtsia CocET of Queensland. LANDY and ANOTHER®. RIGBY, PATRICK. TO ALL PERSQN8 CONCERNED. fTTAKE Notice that a Writ of Fieri Facias has _r~-. J>oen issued upon a Judgment obtained by the above action, and that all Defend anfc'sBight, Title, and Interest (if uiv) of, in, and to if...

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WARWICK. Thursday, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

mot d$ry~ * n <1 ■ ■$, tnetitan this "jianiea, inceu if -

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[?]ROMA POLICE COURT. Satuday March 25 [?] Magistrate.) CHILD DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

)MA POIJCE COURT. CHILD DESERTION. fEvoy_ was - charged by Margaret deBerting his,illegitimate child. ?BVed "rife for ] six aoMiE," and swore positively ! oner was the fatherof the child; ; feaim. It' j iher corcoborated the, .main part of fi^tnesB*seTidence.' ' Her acknowledged that he was the i child; and was ;Ord§red i» pay the er^weekforone'year. " "v I5a. 5 -or,/ in default, 24 houc&m m <kwrai )&$$&&-■ >mpsoii was brought «p on remand, ijgfjp. afore ^Snqs;;|^;'5<'J • ,v« *. w.iw'cbimnMgji Ji^Jp trial ^S^Kalarifflfc Courtj to fee holdenin l&oma .ty Ifridky, March 31. ^(BeJoTBthiB ftilk&Magistr&e.). Doyle was brought up, remanded ::Tbe lari^l'i

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AUSTRALIAN PRESERVED MEAT. From the Australasian [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

^AUSTRALIAN PRESERVED MEAT. ' —' .1 . Jfaanikc Jl«strala&a»L ihave been unsHeto nnderstand the be coostinqrtaon of Australian meat in _ . „ . not increased mo re rapidly. .We open tins of the various anpibiimu hoe, and andaem nearly everything that ©ouldbe desired. - Insome cum the meat jb a little over-oooked, and in no caae can we truly say that it exacfclyresembles the well-known article whose name it bears, killed and oocjcedinthe ordinary way. The various descrip tions of soupaie, of coarse, exceptions to the rale, for reasons which may be very easily understood. But, while saying this, ire can safely affirm that all the samples of Australian preserved meat that we have seen have been moid wholesome food, and •ome of them worthy of oeing ranked as delicacies. When we consider thoeefacts, and I remember the «fibria that have been made at home to popularise the use of theviands we can supply, we axe natur ally amased io find that the trade in them does not . increase. Our...

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TOWNSVILLE. Wednesday, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

1■ <: i. /i S^raceiBfi^riif .. . 35 *ons 9*lL> yielde^l 126 ozs. . T" , , ' I^u^Ttfor Sydney ^gN At a public meefing tidid 'W Coc^owx^ tpt^oep .gold i| ott Motuiay ^(t |MTaiigan left ' :•!•< ;?Tknrsd&y, Much 30. The Torres Straits steamer ffi^hiunp, landed 217 Cliiuese at Uooktowiu * She tffijgoaghb a^iinciuduigtwo teiaales, port liate aSdvic€is. £tete\ tiMftp, *w six eteamera da ikeibeiT^at Hongkongfor Cook town, loading opium «^ t^^ ti^ JwiU ieavtt full of p^ssengeis.

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[?]ROMA DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

I&OMA DISTRICT COUBT. will open the first Sittings of tins lie .above Court on Wednesday next. w« believe, 'will act as Grown Prose folio wingiB a list of the cases for Prisoners. Marr and James Montgomery, for 'Thompson, two chaises of cattle /Wilson,.. Mitchell, . for slaughtering He.1/- ' - - L&inith, for horse-stealing. : f^Donalilj Surat, for indecent assault, a;, , for assault. - irentaall, Taroom, :for indecent assault, ek, Mitdiell,' for slaughtering stolen Crm, Cases. -and Skinner «. P.; Eigby, goods, £8 and-'Co. «.—Cragen, goods, £37 9n «. Jbbn jGrhee,'money lent, £34 6s. Johnson d. A. Too th, ^summons toT ca s a, and Co; p. John Canty, gobdsjand rpromiaMry ^nate, £58 Ifis 3£d.; a iee ®. G. ^WieneKeJ dishonoured'pfo ?te£16 14s.. Od. \ ..t- . , on*. G. W. Bairymore. dishonoured p-note,£17. .0" ' •' : and Co. v. W. Batzloft, dishonoured yvnote,£16212s., - m and'Co. k-W. BatzIoff, goods, £128 id Co. «. X. M'Culloch, goods, £145

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

The .Efitfpr is mot responsible for expre^^by(hrresp6iaiervl»,^&i^t^u^n8s*^. are open fbHhe /r«erfwi4Sw^*<^^^^je^;'*r-j: : of pvMic interest: ::;,;'t'\{,;■ ,;>• fi- ••'•JV'iSe ffiesi&n .Star, "vis^ainv/ SiS,^i J^e liberty s of ^dressiiig^a'few- - lines ±o yoi| £n naferenceto-some reiriapkB:'itfi36 bv your; ^correspondent ,5 weeks'. Wksterii iStdr rdgarding;tlite ^eatfr oftfie _ .. " Mouse ";at the Police"Station;'' ;I will confiiu^ myself'td whafroccurr<3& mjr lib|^ The' man was repeatedly.refused drink by}Tpe, _- , "> but he «tiil In and on iny leVntig fijfc ,'a. momeafc.|jfcb g§t soppja!f>-i<% water,' lie took' up a "bottle' tjure^/part® ^x|l tits#*-}: brandy which' I " had madvertsQily j lei* i">n4iio s.i'i' counter. . Da iny return, lie, was,- ;sta5£!jerii^;flndJ"■**! 5 ^' in. a mifiiite.or.39 f^l^owp.;:i;i threw;3wdterdn'ui!;,<;' his faice, and on looking: round: and jdiicsjH'iiig™v /, what lie had ...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

antined;. being.-. on, from the'disease were detained •t*i ys •?'••!'? 59 SOuM.1";* il ""• -*■ * '•■"■■ Ei&ads ^re?vj^ OT« aeyasd pa^ o^ G ' many," and have caused jg^fc'damage to pio jertjr, to the Plii^ftlpi^^ThtHftnn1. - " The Turkish ijtoveminerithsa * fe8few&' has also proniisedto i^fyphi the limscswL retra-niflg to jEEaur ■ Heartrentfarig iaccbunte hffvfeljeen deceived, of the ttistTesstiauaBdibj^'&fe' Sror^tipns in. ;iiungai-y. At Peg£hlOOfa<&m^'bave been undermuoed by the floods^anii above, 12,000 reaidenfrs;areAtoimeieiss.'-*■- r "* * The Biatish iisheim^ iajfci NeytfbnjkdUiiil smashed. ifaB'-ISrtlp^ ^^ - >_■_ of tile jb'r^neh toa, jratffiiri ^afe&ai the ca^ of ^.j digtarittM^ygi^ iuAedj^ec^ y, ^ ^;. i- Jhi ^ 'vl Afiunx of; £5^000;T^?obH^^ BremerhaveB. disaster. l over tiie tea»inatinn^4^e<ivilw^ Alfonso, ^hyi ^plsndid rjacepftra.-jap his jp^-| ,£The agaM^niie of SZlet^^OBWUgi^^Slk <*E Italy, has £T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

THIS JJAfc^ATm (m^OK. 'kjiw Wl^BELDGfiOVEhas received Instructions JCl tewtoit to public competition,^ his Mart, M'DowHiytr^t, the l^Instani, edm-" • • t;.. "i;v?r . : A ^anatole FREEHOLD PROPERTY, situated ■CC'/: I'. In the'^abui-bs of Roma, consistingt>{ a Pab ''l dock securely Fenced, and comprising 236 .• Acres.' ' " *The;PgQperiy isat present under Lease for 12 Months :iat £78 per year, which will expire in -Sep tember next. Title guaranteed tinder the Heal. Property Act - . . ' Also, A Valuable SI7!E Jor,Buildiiig Pniposes, consist- | ■ ■ ing itf a Quarter of an Acre, situated in May- J street,- and being Subdivision 1 of Allotment 3 ' {" of Seitibn 36. ■_ Also, . * • . .... • ALLOTMENT ofSectiori , situated in Charles . -streets which mil i>e disposed of Without ; \ Reserve.". Terms at Sale. ' i At bis Yards, will be Sold - . About jQ Head of HORSES, broken_and unbroken. i&ionlliS Well-bred PIGS, fit for fattening in tie winter. Terms atSale. ^ THIS O'CLOCK. imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. L3?aid to Camtaj;, £1,000,000. ^^Rxeaabm Fond, £400,000. SlOMA" BRANCH all usual Banking Business, Advances on approved Securities, iterest on Fixed Deposits, and issues the Bank Branches and Agencies in Colonies and United Kingdom, Hr-Gr-efiBEVBj .Manager. IS, 1875. 1 e4e~^dtee:nstqand~ BAM LIMITED. 'APITAIi, £500,000. to Increase to One Million), ed Capital, £500,000. ur Capital, £250,000. OFFICE: BRISBANE. BRANCHES. Maryborough Milichester Rockhampton Roma Stanthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. Tambo. London, New South Wales, iuth Australia, Western Austra VZealand, Tasmania, New York, " >t India, and the East. OMA BRANCH Bank grants Drafts, negociates Bills of Exchange on any of ed Branches and Agents, and description of Banking Business, ed on Fixed Deposits for Three, tfee Mouths, at current rates. A* REID, Manager. TA M BO.. AND NATIONAL LIMITED. BANK Eiitis Bank is now open at TAMBO ion of all usual Banking W. Y. RALSTON, Acting-Manager. I...

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