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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. Business during the past fortnight has been very dull, but an'improvement may be expected next "week, as many , country visitors will be in town for the District Court Sitting. The stores are generally well supplied^ although some lines —jams especially—are run ont. A large quan tity of goods for tbe winter season is on the road, one store alone having-fifty tons between and Dalby. Wool continues to pass through in large quantities, and it will be some months before all last season's clip reaches port. Botjrke Stock Report, March 11.—To write stock reports under a scorching atmosphere of 116 degrees in the shade—the highest during the present summer—savours much of labour, especially when it is required to find matter out of an arid desert to write about. To expect stock to venture through the burning sands would be rather farcical, or any other animal locomotion to take place savours of desperation. The drought, as far as the immedia...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 April 1876

ii ' 8i§' T t)ST, from Bake^eiPublic h^Bc, Eimgewpt«om 1 i Bridge,\pne BjCST C^B, branded M- /• •■ ; .... - v ■ ^/fe^Ofiarshoiil A&r, tlireeT(fliite" fefeit; also, ■' one BROWN ^OBj branded JT niear shoulder, T near thigh. The above Reward will be paid, if stolen ; if strayed, £10 Reward will be paid on delivery tp H. HOWARD," Bakers's Hotel; or," to " W. A. SMITH, -V It 36 Queen's.Arms Hotel, Roma. £1 REWARD LOST, from Atkins' Paddock, onfe BROWN HORSE branded D2D off shoulder, and other brands near shoulder, sore wither on off side. Tbe s*)ove lie ward -will bepaidoa deliveryto" 5C~ r' " . - - ■ •• ■ £• COOK, . 335 ' flnmA Hoarding-House. IMPOUNDfiB,at Roma, from BIythdale, on the 18th March, 1876, by order of Messrs. Wienholt Bros. Driving, 2s. (tlotrected brand.) . One bay horse, star and smp^ikeJ3N2 or SN8 over like 4JH' near shoulder, 8 off shoulder.. \ From Gubberamunda, on the 29th March, 1876, by.order of James Lalor, Esq. Driving, 5s. One yellow and white cow, like...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinions expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of all subjects of public interest. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

OBIGmAL GOEKESPOOTENCE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinions expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of all subjects of piiblic interest. Ta the Editor of the Western Star. Sir,—-I notice in your issue of the 1st instant a correspondence emanating, as yon say, from " your own," in which the writer descants upon the magnificent future of the town of Hodgson, and after dealing liberally with the paper-collar people (I think he is the only paper man in the community), he goes on to say that,- with the ex* ception of one individual, school matters have hitherto gone on swimmingly. Now, Mr. Editor, that individual is your humble servant, who is not ashamed to have his name appear openly in any community. Had it not been forme the school at Hodgson could not • have been started for months to'come, as there was no building available for the children to assemble in. I gave up my butchera's shop to be made into a school-house for the children; ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE WARREGO RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

THE WARREGO RACING CLUB. | A meeting was held on the 28th March at the Victoria Hotel, Charleville, to take the neces-. sary step3 to. form a racing club for the Warrego district: W.- E. P. Okeden, Esq., in the chair. Several influential gentlemen were present. The Chairman having read several replies to circulars which had been sent out—all of which were highly favourable to the formation, of the club—it was resolved that a club should be formed, to be called the Warrego Racing Club; and that the entrance-fee should be £1. A large number of gentlemen were elected members, the Hon. W. EL Walsh being chosen patron, and the Hon. Gordon Sandeman president. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee to arrange for race meeting, draw up a pro gramme, &c.Messrs. Walter, Ferrier, R. A. Skinner, Thornton, Okeden, A. Cavenagh, EL Preston, sen., C. H. Millar, E. Bradley, and W. Mood ; Mr. R. A. Skinner being treasurer, and Mr. W. E. P. Okeden secretary. After other business ha...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BISHOP HALE AT DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

toMatthewB. Bishop pftiuB) Ma firefc visit-to . toll, theffilBgr baclcgronnd hsmg a.Billc hifl l>>rdaliip duriD^ ment stand facedtbe ' of the hall, tije being vere fte Ear. T. D. Warner„ RobertoOn/load Roche, Esq.,~ The ing a Hymn—' pnuBe"-—which ;wasibIlowed ofieredbytheRev.! . ftenn&daiiatUten faB WW,® O C10CK, r the men. at the : welcome f-«Ppouited . jtionofOils "entering the ieveryelegaiit ■had. inntablft ^aof,.jrliidb the initial* tw»PMdby A > Hmetk. oppouteeoi Fpctothestag* mbent; th© theRer. P. MfluSafag j F. W. J* joy and •abort prayer T5bed>«iBB»h p ittcl frnTTipil -■ ,«oa^| sender to their wa^^lwii wijWr^jMr beloved Chnrch,theheartiast weJcwoe, Thi# waaac corded, andiheBer.B. Mahahn thennMr««^j the'. meeting. «^b^4lie; of Church management—that these were three churchwardens and twelve veataryaaea, eaitiiat the naola&ODs of the majority oo its sfiini no, acted opon. He had been thirteen «M*th» their ! jxuito^ ^ peace and prosperity, andhe looke...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

—^w^^wnjigyHi It hai been nidby an fimment Medical P»c-. titioner in Now Orleans," gi*ei»e » «npply of Wshtok's WaAKD OH.and^ M^Qic Pnjus,' and I viQ go through the Woaid »pd cure all the dis eases &e human aabjeciiafaeP'to?* BetVuaa it may, It is sn indisputable fact tkal mamy ' wonderful cures have bitn tgecttd by ike* jvxtly celebrated medicine*. For Heartache, whether: mek or nerroos ? IUwanuttLmi,Ijambaeo, Pains >nd WeAne*iw fa theB*ck, Supine, orlEidii^r^ j pmm vous sitd M>mmiitary >tibw and p«m*, 'We»T! ten's WLourdOa utilb^e PBls will a&mlim mediate ease ;*ikl theirxsmtimied ttsefor* few days wiH effect & perfect core.—Adwc. ' j

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE FITZROY DOWNS RACING CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

THE FITZROY DOWNS BACING CLU3 , • . "MEtetDfC •' As (he time for our annual race meeting draws, -near, increasing interest is manifested as to the meritsaf the<differenthorses expected to putin an .appearance-'on oiir. course on the 18th and 19th instant.^ Moat of "the nags intended to com- j pete iave iamved, and are located at the differ ent ufcableaintown. The weightafor the G-r&nd 'Handicap are as fo^owj^^Wandeier, . lOst. 4Ibs,; Pearl, 8st. 4H>s.;. fSunbeam, 8st; Architect,~7«t. lOlbs.; Joshna, 7st. 51bs, ; Bolivar,- 7st.; Selina, 68t. llb.;>Sorce0Per; 6st. lib. ' "3Jhese weights appear-to ha\na givengeneral satisCaction to the racing, fraternity, although doubts Site expressed that Joshua has been let in tod light, .many thinking that if he is in con dition, with only 7st. Slbs. up, he can win it as he likes. Wanderer, who has been honoured with top weight, has scored many victories below, and, as he is entered for Warwick, Ipswich, and other places, w...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

B0MA. TALLOW BOUGHT, OE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. J. L. Raffin. 65 NOTICE! NOTICE 1! NOTICE ! J! Bom Butchering Company. JpRICES are now as follow:— Fresh Beef, 3J<L per lb. CornedBeef, 3|<L per lb. Fresh Mutton, 3|d. per lb. Chops and Steaks, 4d. per lb. Ax-l of the Best Quality. Having engaged the services of experiencedmen, we are prepared to supply the Roma Public and parties travelling mill BEEF, PORK, and GERMAN SAUSAGES BLACK and WHITE PUDDINGS BRAWN, SAVELOYS, OX TONGUES iSMOKED BACON, SPICED BEEF, &c., of the very best description. Axso, A constant supply of SMOKED HAMS, . . BACON, &c. JOHN H. IRWIN, Agent. «9T We!beg thatall ACCOUNTS -will be Settled MONTHLY. 66 A. MACKAY, 300T aud SHOE MAKER, SUHAT, i TlEGS to infonn the Public and Country ILesi r.Jj dents that lie Executes all Orders -with Promp rtibulo, and tarns out Work of the Best Quality. _iOT A. MACEAY has always on hand, iDRAITGHT & SADDLE HORSES ' For Sale or Exchange. . - •...

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TOWNSVILLE. Monday, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

TOWNSVTLLE. Monday, April 3. J Advices received to-day confirm the reports of a new alluvial rush three miles from Mflp chester. Nothing has been found to warrant much excitement. Hie town is crowded vrith diggers bound for the new rash to the Palmer. It is be lieved it -will be greatly overdone.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Tuesday, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

NEW ZEALAND. Wellington. Tuesday. AnrH 4. I The San Francisco steamer <3otmawenfc asliore ten miles from Akaroora, near Otago; she was subsequently floated off, and safely towed into Lyttleton, bat she lias lost all her propellers. . , ■ » ■ '(Abridged from the Courier.) London, March 29.—The March-April series of -wool Bales commenced last evening, when up wards of 8000 bales were sold. "Victorian and South Australian descriptions preponderating. The .attendance of both home and foreign buyers was large, and the biddings eoauneuced with spirit; but prices, as compared with last series, show a slight decline.

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

CHAE.LEYn.LE. {FBOM OtJB OWN*<!<raB£SPO:src>ENT.J ] During the last threa days -there has been a change in the weather, a. few light showers have fallen, but not enough to do any good. We are in hopes (hat more rain is coming this time. Appearances have never* been quite bo favorable though we suffered frequent disappointments. The country and stock are in apitiable|condition for want of feed and water. From the outlying portions of the.district, the accounts are "same old drought" prevailing. The people of the town are completely without milk; milking cows cannot exist hereabout; the two publicans have flocks of sheep, numbering fcbout 2,400 I beljeve, and they, in conjunctionfwith droves of pigs, have polished any vestageof grass or herb age months ago, and the pigs are doing their level best to put the " Kybosh " on the water- j hole by wallowing all day therein. It Is a com- j mon Sung toliave t6 depose the gruntsrs to en able the water black gins and wi...

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MILLCHESTER. Thursday, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

I miiLCHESTER. Thursday^ April 6. About 300 men have left here for the new rush on the Hodgkinson- Many are still leaving.

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

MELBOURNE. "Wednesday. April 5: I Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and On. re port that 1300 cattle K£re yarded, and sold at last week's nks. ; 14,000 sheep were pouted ; for prinae veibn an advance of from Is. to Is. 6d. was established ; medium and inferior were quite neglected. Thursday, April 6. Ninety miners left iexe today for Cook town.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

FROM MY PIPE. [By Pan.] Ever since we have heard that the Railway was to be extended to Roma wo have been en deavouring to find out where the site for the ter minus is likely to be, but have not succeeded in doing so. Now we are quite willing to " groin ise " a reward to any person who can enlighten us on the matter, because it is our intention— immediately we are certain where the terminus is to be—to purchase all the property that is for sale in the vicinity of the favored spot, "because the said property will be very greatly enhanced in value, in the course of a few years, when the line is complete you know, and we expect to re alise a very handsome return on. our venture. We don't intend this as a hint to our numerous creditors to send in their little accounts ; on the contrary, we wish them to retain them on their books, till we have gone into and succeeded in our speculation; just at present our financial position is not flourishing, but we were told by a friend of ours the ot...

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COOKTOWN. Friday, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

COOKTOWN. I . Friday, March -SI. Mulligan left for t&e new rush yesterday.. It is reported that 2000 people are awaiting his arrival at Byerstown. It is also stated that twenty-five gold bearing reels have already been discovered an the new field. j Mulligan's party has received protection j licenses for three men. _

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Yesterday afternoon a steady rain set in, and continued lor some hours. We leaxn from oar telegraphic master that it was raining steadily yesterday at Surat, St. George,' and Mitchell, and that heavy rain had also set in a&Charlevitte and Tambo. We are obliged to hold over our Dalby letter, leader, and several local items. Constant complaints axe reaching m ofthe irregularity with, which this journal is delivered on the western mail toute. Where ihefault rests we cannot say, but we nhaJT endeavourto find out, so as topul an end to the annoyance. This day Mr. Bellgrove will sell by auction, at his mart, at 11 o'clock, the sites for five publicans' booths, and the gate; abb, at the same time and place, the gate to the show yards of the Western Pastoral Assoc&tiori, and one publican's booth. , A public meeting wa$ held in the Commercial Hotel last Tuesday evening «t 8 p.m» to take into consideration the amount of subscriptions collected in aid of...

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ST. GEORGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 16. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. P. M. M'Auley.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

ST. GEORGE POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 16. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. P. J& M'Auley.) . Pdter, an" aboriginal, ' was charged with steal-'. ing1 from a dirdlmg." 6cTgeaat :0ranney'pl'os6-5 coteBL '' - " > ,-■ "• , • Constable Power deposed to having arrested the prisoner. ! D. D. Hamilton deposed that the .pri soner had been'in his etnpioy tot s long time ; witness had.returned from 7 Boombah bii the affertioon of, the 12th February, and"w$nteda glass of ram and water ;"he looked ferthVlSottle, and fodndit was gone-j it was kept in a cup board i. he Staked'his wife if she had. seen any thing of it; she replied thai ahe had net; wit ness stispected the prisoner, 'and then went and fonnd the tiottle produced .whipped up "in his shirt; thefhirtwBstn thepl&ce where the pri soner uiedtft sleep; the bofctie produced was not the same that witness had left the rum in, but he swore powtirrfy to the cork as being the one he had placed In the bottle; he afterward...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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COPPERFIELD. Wednesday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

I rJOPPTCRFTET.TK Wednesday, April 5. Mr. Wheeler, late Inspector of Native Police, is in custody on a charge of murder ing a black boy by flogging Mm to death.

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ROMA HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

ROMA HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Western Star. Sib,—In your issue of the 25th ultimo your Taroom correspondent again refers to the diffi culty in procuring admission to the Roma Hos pital, and mentions the case of Mrs. Sullivan from Taroom ; and, in reply, I would state that neither Mrs. Sullivan nor any other patient has had the slightest difficulty in obtaining admis sion to the Hospital, and, furthermore, would acquaint you that T have called upon Mr. W. B. Murphy, who informed me that your Taroom correspondent was stating what was not true, as he had no bother or difficulty whatever in get ting Mrs. Sullivan admitted to the Roma Hos pital For the future it is to be hoped your Taroom correspondent will be quite certain of t.hft initb of anv rennrt, haforA h« adriramRa win Yours, &c-, H. C. CLEEYE, Treasurer Soma Hospital.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 8 April 1876

SIDNEY. I -Tuesday: Aorit 4: I The extension of the railway to Bathurst was opened to-day -with great helot. Several petitions were presented to the Assembly last night m favour of closing public houses «m Snndaj. . y ' .

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