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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

paid.byanemment —Oceana, supply io -OUi and.* Mi*iic jpp^f ^a»4j igh fthfrWorid ak$«iufi - aD the 3is an subject isiieir to". v Be this' as an indisputable - fact that many 'e& hacg. been effected bytkue ju$Uy\ 'icine*. For Headache, 5 whether i Rlieumatism?I«mb$^, Pains" "e^a in the Ba^r^^^or ^^eipsV" . the Ijirflr,' PIej^j^ iSw^llin^ .of 'aini in the Bowels, andforall ifer Inflammatory cliches and pune, Wes ~ Oil and Magic Pills will afford im ; and their continued'ase for a few eSi>ct h perfect cure,—-Apvjp,

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

LOCAL ASiO GENTERAI* NEWS The Amateur Ymnetp C&to&rf:: |*f®. «*eir aeoond entertainment on Monday evening I*»t, Tlii» 'ini to bnik w<hb off op th» second night of the raoes, bat owing fe> th* Indisposition of the ieadfeg dheaefcar in tha * IriA iJbdk*/' it *»• poatpooed to Monday «venizK Jwt. Thehouaewaa crowded, anA «T«jihl% pgacd oflT aalirfm tnrilyy with thfr ; exception of a alight dSthrrbwiog Utwtod 1? * who evidcntlywaa not a GoodTempiar. " ■hmaiarily ejected from the baUding, toratBfdfiQnn^;;; K ^ enticisothe miwwr in _ ■ trf^^lraitfeJwntjpBita, r [beihlefe'ji^c«M *«ry , not apj»«*Jacebefo«re th» public. Wr b-liwft it is the^ intention to ptay ina at the next aittingof tJ» IK»tribfc Gpurt, when •»» xeaHy good nagf^farooe will be introduced; sod they la4*> intend iogire ana night far the benefit of the Hospital. An. fno^ was hel4 f* Abba, fcyJoha MnxAy/aq., on foAwilay concerning ther death of a msn named John ISIito, who we men - tioned in oar...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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PUBLICANS' ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING. Tuesday, April 18. (Before the police magistrate and Mr. [?].) The following cerificates were granted [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

'"c" ^UBiJCiArS' AJJNTJAL LICENSING; , -j j&hn GErSB&Si,. l3ot!e^ M^Dowall and Grego^T Street#.- fwit>-XfTifc [0&3£iIcifSeitz, Ellen Hog^/noyal Mail Hot$l« M'Oow.alI;.strGet;'' '• imsis Ryder, Queen's Asms Hntet^^'Djawall^a^e. tHfepn G. Milton, iSWittey Hijtel. Hawth'ome-fitmit. - Wji.-.WilaejSi, Gornstalk tfti#w<rdhina ThfonpsofcffinsK inn, Charles-gtrseti. i John ,Hai^£y7'T^^^lfft JJbtejL jM^Qiwall-street. George JtaMKer/ VictotS? Hotel,- M;DpwaU-street tfq^&kb'nrst, Itoyal Oak ,HoteK3^yJ?4hani and; ' * ®iwgxl Streeti*' : ~ ' ';'f.v..'* i.-. • James.Eaet, BawenHotelj Gregory-street. KjOoavrntxu =■. :>0*--d ■Michael SHaH^i Bird-H^'Hand * Hotel, MnckadHla. ■ jjdwatd Eatpii, Commercial.BoteU. Hodgson. ; :*j William'Bflker, BongewprgoraiJIqtel. ^ r!>-*.^: . . An application was'iiiade hy Henty J jn^ for tbe i transfer oftheiicenseof ttie Maranoa Hotel, Hodg ^n,"io;D: Boclxfi,,which wasgfcmtei ' '• 'The^applications of Dayid Bailey Mi...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

ROM*. POLICE COlSUfV Patrick^P^n^qfc fcfcaa charged with the above offence.; v-r-r^ Coastahtei Skelly1 deprosed: It was xepoH&d.' to' ma that there -was a bay mare abont Roma, brttndfed MLB on the^(A{ gyith-aa inJIiWaet'-Bynd on the shoulder,. eupjwgad . be stolfen ; ;I sav/ the mare $©r the^fiiOT time aa< th^> Byiigewogorai Creek yes terday V«he %vas ln: Gobbles, and . was with two 3jwq^wlu<$ i?«Eere * afterwards cl&i|ned by tbe j^istolr* flf ftp whdhe. the* prisoner was ) ^Cafetp^ not a quarter of a mile from the horses ; I askedhin* had he seen -any horses j he said he Ifcid seen none bat his own, and they were up the I creek, bat he heard bells in. the .paddock ; I then ! went up to his: horses, and (recognised the mare as j the one reported to. me, to be ftoj.cn ; I jasked-him, "Do those three horses^the maiit arid the two horses—belong to .yon ?" he said " YesI asked him how he came by the mare, and if he had a receipt for her? he 'said...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

sYiarey. , The Goramor cptottl tife IMbftion ■with much ceremony. The puMio shaded in. lajTge numbers. the settlingfar $he Ute tmoe meeting has been fairly Mtiafkctory. : Mr. B. ISsher waa thelaignt TOnoet-; De Meatre came nert, and bis fixoellency the jOornoor tUtd. •' ;JlSv Thomas Ji^wnuth itas^n^^ed the thoroughbred three-yearoM oolt Baronet; by Tl»e Bai^ -3iiisrool® '*ook *he'finrt ytdpefbr three-ye&r-oM gtnllioaw at the Etiubitioix yesterday.. • -

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RYERSTOWN. Tuesday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

Tuesday, April 17. The liewc fa*** tto Hp<^daaoa rush con twain viaxxfirroaxaMe. It is -reported that ; 200 pajsUe groand of mxy consequence has beea discovered. D^gea are mdiwig about: pro specting in all direction*. The Mitchell river is stillflooded; &&)». and menarecampeii between B^ecstomx&ad the river bank, iniitiii£ till it inrfrniiillL_ I%e^ are Already and great distress and disappointments apprehended. „ The , abandoned claims <n th»«jct ware immediately taken np by th» Chinese.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Wednesday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

AI>ELAH>E_ WedaewW, April 26. The P. and (X CWpaayVafcipBaugalom Arrived to-day. She brings advices froux Southampton to March 9th, awl Bripdiri to the 17th. ;■ Her news Ua» been. mostly antici V***- ' y/ • "I" | (Abrid&from ihe Charier.'}- ... jQrTMFO^ April 23. -A meeting of Catholics wa» held foin eveoBig towaaibr iJwqMitiin cf pniW' cstang the ««■—|*pwi Hindi ponliabed a /noenfc clerical aranriaJ. , 8mm, -April 22.—1William Henderson, »derk In tfap Bwk of Anatr»Uni«, «u foand dead/this morning, and it supposed to haM committed amctdw by taking poispn. 3he weather waa again tm*» to-dayf®r thajaco. Thy attendance mt modmrfa, attending Ma Excri lencjr the Governor and mote, 8w«d : bdy Bonca, a, for BdAnt The A. J. Cvob AvruxK itzxruro, ' joarth l^^latad^J^Kil SL Tba Sen Handicap sana nfla and flue* tar kogL—Mr. & da'Mcsjbafe Uc Unaotby, 3 ya&r* 1; Sir H. Robirnon'a fe.c. Clifton, 3 year* 2 ; Mr. G. Hill'a br.c. Vmlett* Oolt, 3 years 3. ' ' 1 23m Randwi...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

MELBOURNE. Tbtt&y. April 25. lb Government have returned Messrs, Stevenaon'a Knglwh totters.Theiiriir brings four mgxinto actions agpoBRt tb« C^vecMaent farthesexzmre of their goods. Poj*ers» Untherford, and Co. report that 1400 prime cstfcfe were yarded; rotes ruled the same as last weet IS,000" sheep wcrs offered ; prices declined M7 Is. pet- head.

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THE BARCOO COUNTRY. (From a Correspondent of the Town and Country Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

THE BARCOO COUNTRY. j (From a Correspondent of the Town and Country Journal.) Following the Barcoo River down, one passes the police-barracks about twelve miles from BlackalL There reside an. inspector and _apolice. Some thirty miles further I came to Aviiagtoii cattle > station, belonging to. Messrs. £011' and Hol beiibdnu^ Thereare some9000 head of cattle on the station^ 'ati<^' 1 brieve they s intend [ .worMi^the-iittmbSte' iip "to 12,000., Gross ing the Barcoo 'here, in .about thirty-five miles Messrs. Govfefct *ahd Thomson's station—Isis Downs--^is'. reached.., Another: station (Port "lwid)',V. .belonging toTthe sstihs owners, is situ ated Pon ■£$# .-opposite! and vadjoins Isis Downs. Her^s" I ioiinofc the first really good grass I Had met, ;onmy travels. ; About 100,000 sheep are depasturedon these stations. ..Some-few-years since Isis j Downs was the lowest station on the ^arcoo lj while now one-could ride Jroine'iOO'miles furtUer, 'and.yet be on occupied "count...

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IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 April 1876

IPSWICH         Mr. George Thorn, senior,     died early this morning.            

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BAPTISING IN THE BREMER RIVER. (From the Queensland Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

BAPTISING IN THE BREMER RIVER. (From the Queensland Times.); ;-}' An event of a rather unusual character .t6ok place on Sunday afternoon on the banks of that portion of the Bremer River known, as the Basin. It was the administration of the rite of what-is called 'Believers' baptism',r by the Rev. J. Straughen, minister of the Baptist Church in this town, "We' have seldom .seen such an interesting gathering as assembled on the occasipn, for there could not have been less tlian 100Q spectators present, comprising persons of all r^nkB and creeds VakctiiiiQl the candidates were being immersed ;by the offidat ing ministe!r, .-we have never seen-a more orderly crowd.; • Before administering the 8acrament the Rev. Mr. Straughen delivered a lengthy and earnest dissertation in vindicationof the many ner of performing the. rite adopted^y .his particular section, of the Ohristian Church; pointing oat^ that 'bur Saviour onthebanKs of the Jordan • midferwent 'immpisio^afr7i'he hands of the evang...

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RIVERINA. (From the Courier's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

BIVEBINA. (Frrnn the Courier's Corrapoinimd.) " Wucanma, River Darling, April 14. .. j ATI apprehensions of a continued drought j happily, at an end. During ihepast fortnight : we-have had some Bplendid rain—filling,, more or less, all fe»iln» and dams in the district --which has* enabled our settlers tokeep their atock on their runs, and again be in communication with the southern markets.- The rain has been gene- i ralthroughout the district. At Hayover tVro inches Sell iri?■» few hours, making that place, again assume its wonted appearance!. Denili quiii has also be6n favoured, with a downpour. This .place, perhaps, wanted rain more than any other,; inasmuch as it is well stocked with selec tors, wW could not possibly stand the effects of a dry spason. Heavy rain also fell about Wagga Wagga, making things look up.in thai direction. ' At DubbOj Forbes, and distinct, they, cotdd7 do! with a little more of aqua pura* FromWontr worth and down river lam advised of a refr^sh^' ing do w...

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THE LATE MR. GEORGE THORN, SENIOR. (From the Telegraph—April 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

THE LATE MR. GEdRQE THORN, SENIOR ... ; 'v ' : ^ Td^rdphr^April'jg8.) , i >. - Ij^fceujLgejice ids reached town of tlie d ath of ■< Mr. George Thorn, senior, which "ook p ace at his residence,-- at Jpswioh, about jG o' Jock thiB morning.- The event was not unexpected. k% the old gentleman has been in very feeble h rlth for some time past, especially since he met with an accident about two months ago. Mr. Thorn is one of the oldest residents of the colony, having arrived in New South Wales about forty five years; ago in the capacity of sergeant of the 17th: Regiment. ; He.' was for many years em ployed as' -orderly by Sir Richard Burke, the then Governor of that polony. On his- retire ment from the army He was appointed to the situation of overseer of 3^. .establishment of. Carter's BaitackB,. ^lu^ iivaa .thjeii used as a . ^e^t foc^e hc^^ AQid drajrsdmployed in -the ^raiismiBsipn of goo^is jfco theinteriorin connec tion with the convict service. - .^ii<&...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

BRISBANE. j [from ogk own correspondent. I have missed writing for two or. three' weeks :froui one cause or another,' tut mostly because things liave: been so dull that there was no news •worth communicating; bnt since my last the new rush to the g6Vd-field .bh the Hodgkinson River his broken out, arid by this time it is to. be hoped the stampede of miners from "all Aus tralia and New Zealand that set in when the news first arrived, is commencing to stay, for I there is now no doubt that the field as an allu 1 vial one", is a duffer, though; doubtless the reefs when developed wiU give good returns. At the. first rush, men poured into Cooktown by the thousand—European and Chinese;; then it was discovered that the accounts were greatly ex aggerated, chiefly owing to. th«5. Townsville cor respondent of the -Cowrier, whofeeems quite to : have^lost his head' with excitement. Though all the journals cautioned miners about joining the rush, yet at first it had little effect. Astinie wore o...

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DARLING DOWNS JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

DARLING DOWNS JOCKEY CLUB. .The following are the general entries and the weights for the handicaps at the annual meeting of the above club:— The Grand St^nd Plate of 25 Sovs.—1 mile axtd distance. Mr. J. Finnie's br. h. Nemo, 5 years. H. Ashcroft's ch. g. Wanderer, aged Messrs. Bell and Sons'd. h. Newbold, aged Mr. W. Strahk'sh. h. Wildwave, 6 years. The Toowoomba Town Plate of 100 Sovs.—1J mile. st'lbs .'Jr. JLAshcroft's ch. g." Wanderer, aged... 9 • 0' Messrs. Bell and Sons'New-bold, aged . ... 8.12 Messrs. Bell and Sons' Silver Fox, .6 years... 8,1.0. Mr. Archer's r. g. by Gemma di Vergy, 4 years" ... ... ... ... ... 8 0. ■ J. Finnie's b. £. Lady Lee, 3 years ... 8 0 J. Benjamin's b. g. Sfceeltrap, 6years... 7-10 • G. Sparke's b.Ji, Bannagher, aged :... 7 10 J. Williams' g. g. Blazeaway, aged: ... 7 4 H. Thorn's g. g. Lecturer, 5 years 7 4 F. Morgan's ch. f. Thyra, 4 years ... 7 0 A. J. P. Lutwyche's b. m. Mayflower, 4 years ... ... .... ... ... 6 4 ■ J,.M"Gill's b. h. Euclid, ....

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EUROPEAN MAILS. TORRES STRAITS ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

EUROPEAN MAILS. Tokres Straus : Route. Will arrive at Brisbane , Will Leave Brisbane about Majr 20. \ ' on May 21. ' Suez Route.. Will arrive at Brisbane I Will Leave Brisbane. about May 8. . ] about May 8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

DENTAL NOTICE. HENRY HTJET, STJRGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST, - (Late Partner of Mr. W. F. C. Wilson, ' Dentist, Brisbane), ' _ IS now on a Professional "Visit to Roma, anil may: be CONSULTED in the Various Branches of his Profession DAILY between the Hours of 10 and 12, at-Mr.- Saunders, Chemist and Druggist. : ; ■ Mr. HCJET is prepared to Supply Artificial Teeth fromca Single Tooth Va a Complete Set, the extrac tion of old stumps Being, quite unnecessary. . Decayed Teeth Stopped or Extracted.' Children's Teeth, carefclly.regulated. Patients visited at their own Residence if desired. MS. HUETS STA Y IN ROMA IS LIMITED. ■ M 157 w.v■■ i vif, if, SADDLEli AM) HARNESS MAKER, MITCHELL. SADDLES and HARNESS of 'all, descriptions, and of the best workmanship, ' ALWAYS ON HAND. ' 25 8. A ¥HffHAMj WHOLESALE v!r ■- AND RETAIL STOREKEEPER, WAR AN OA STORES, MITCHELL. ; : ; ' ■■ ■ •• • ' : ' . fi2 SURAT ANNUAL RAOES, rriO-comeoff oatUEBDAY.audWEDNESDAY, " A ' June 13tli and 14tli? 1S76. • ,, Ju...

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TOOWOOMBA. Wednesday, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

TOOWOOMBA, Wednesdav. Mav 3. The attendance at^the races to-day was but moderate, and the racing was not first class. PRODUCE STAKES. Janitor ■ * 1 The Duke ■ ... ... ... 2 Young May Moon ... .,. ... 3 TOWS PLATE." Irish Stew '.. ... ... 1 BLazeavay... ... 2 Mayflower , „r - ... * . 1... 3 . JUVEKILE STAKES. Lady Down ... ;.. ... \ . 1 Souvenir1..; ;„.i 2 Bowra . , 3 Second .Day, Thursday, May 4. CLIFFORD PLATE.' Wanderer... _ ... . - .y, i " Ariadne ... ;.... ... ... ... ;2_ Gemma di Vergy colt ... ' 3 Princess ... : «. .. 4 MAIDEN PLATE. Blazeaway ... ... 1 Macaronie .... ... ... 2 Thyra ... •...' ,.. ... 3 • FORCED HANDICAP. Lady Lee 1" Wanderer .:. ... ' ... 2 . PURSE OP TEN SOTS. Louisiana... ... ... ... ... 1 Duke ... ... 2 Shannon .„ ... ... ... .„ -3 A match between Louisiana and Wanderer, was won by the former. /

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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 — 6 May 1876

OEIG^AL qoitePOTOENGi; "The-Editor is not responsible jpf im'y'bph^Mks' -A' ■'■'exprested by Cormpojidents, iw these. fiolumns ■: . '.' '^re open to the fi-ee discussion cf .att inbjtGia of public interest . .. .. ^ "■ -1 - ' To tke' Editor of l Vie', Western Star.' " ruta . Sib,—Will you kindly tdlow me aptUse m'your ; $sper to make few.TematkB etnent ^he ; S., -Wsigfetng icattie -killed ■"•by"the - Hxnnif K'-Company, -And "wWeh yonr issu© - bf the,:22n.d instant .aa sxhibiled <by: Measra, -MorS ^-j!> ;"v " ' Now, although 'tfccae cittl^ wiere ^ the property-of ■' ^^the 'Romi-BntAinhg Company . ^ea-^'e^bilat^d, of. Westgrovft vajad ^foisted. part-of ft^eceftt-jpttrchaae madejb^.^r. T.., vityfHWjitmy.lwItotrtxanpsnyl• * ; .•' .■" I merely wjite tbir in' ord6r '£tai-th$.sffe&i£ of: ;•• ^fcreeiiinjj' Such fine c&tfcjle, should W&w»4^rto th& ^fiorfecfc:•an «rrtaie6nls!«npi^wron cattle were procured from Mitchell D&Wm.'' . 1'. -Kindl...

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THE RANDWICK ST. LEGER. (From the Town and Country Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 6 May 1876

THE ? % , (From the Town and CmvhfaryQT^ ^ TsT.TjEGeBj IdFSO sovb.* teaclvb. ft,' for three-year j .:olds; c(dte jSst. lOlbsl, tillies'Set. SHia. j Beeond ! ,69186 60 M>vs.oatjtfthe sfekra ^lf miie. ; - iMr. li Pe,Ijlesireins 1). or br,,c.,R^bitt-Hoodi, by- -'A ' t/,!.. -.•■•■."'-j /' *',William Branch'sfor, c. jUchmonibyJWari-.- n: ' *"' 'byrnciDg—The Fawn ^T. Sai^ea)..,- ,^, ...; 2 , ' --' <J: "Hill; jun*fi )>r. c. by IHng^ii-Try^etta F.S.TLKossi'sch. aSaladiu(lateSvfltan), •'> bytfaeBarb (Thosnas) fell . . J. iEflie'a b. c. New 3I«lland-vW.iCleary) Sir Hi * EobLusQu'a br. jc. Valeutia {\V. Yeoniaus) ~ " , fell' »; • < ' •' ' Sir JtL Robinson's,b. c. Clifton (Coiinor)' *"- ■! Mr. E. jDe Me3ti&B8.-l»£ -c. -.Redwood,: byMannka® • ' ! fi-Mi'- tr.h-cl i Settings Eveambhey Richmond ,"3 tol bar \ ■•iUAiavHoodaiid^Nw Hollands I ; ij ife w- Holland was away ibafroritj closely, fol lowed by. Glifton ■ and Valentia, and they rati in ,'tjie; same .order...

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