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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

weredooeqt . Fanny, ain't it, i quotation from our immottaijjaoi ghomd be jn j applicableto aimmifefrtfffifflffiMln fiopi it .li a Either In public or nsofo Hfe but that in ShakoBpeareyou can mid some «entenoe or sen tences bo applicable as toalmoOt make you fancy ihey were written for the occasion. The application of the-abbTO to ^i^^ahe sug gested itself to me en Ricky last^ixccSlocting. that the three months had expired doringwhich : oar apj>Kcation fa^be r^ipopitpqctted hadtobo together; tn tin ' liven us these dtdl tiroes. A aumicipftleleciion! 'Y^llgiittd one "fcp otmawMto beoatwe Mwrrt w ;ono iKsrtiich the only ut reopireiiarp TOsidQffi» within tti»- ■ yrofw—3 - lannAuy -mit mme oa ths electocal-roD of the dbtrict Ant think of the fan 1, Mme alrienoen to bp elected I Won't*e pot them throughtheir facings; +aa*t we aakali Porta of ^ooatiMMr tdthara! ;ffion*t we ! - And then, Hfcat once, jriat like * M*, theqno ' tiufl -^ at once, ar, ptt^iien thooghtof bc~ matter: that very...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ROMA MUNICIPALITY, [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

ROMA MUNICIPALITY, The following correspondence has been kindly handed to vis by Mr. Cottell;—■ ' "Borna, May 2nd, 1876. " The Hon. the Colonial Secretary. "Sir,—I have the honour to inform you that I am requested by the householders of this town, whose signatures -were to the petition for its incor poration, to represent to you the great inconveni ence and loss accruing to the town and its inhabit ants pending the establishment of the municipality. The time for gazetting the petition has nearly ex pired, and I am directed to request that you will be pleased to appoint the election of aldermen to be holden at as e&ny a date as possible. " I am, sir, your obedient servant, " fi. J. CoTTEIA." " Colonial Secretary's Office, " Brisbane, May 12th, 1876. "Sir,—With reference to your letter of 2nd May instant, I beg to inform yon that, as no counter* petition has been received by the Colonial Secretary within three months from the date of tfie publica tion in the Government Gazette...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

SYDNEY. Mr. James Slioobert, an old colonist, died yesterday. Tie attendance at the Exhibition during the fortnight was £75,000 ; receipts, £3500. Wednesday, May 17. Tie Government has communicated with the ether colonies, proposing that joint action be taken to obtain duplicate cable communi catian with Europe.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE PANIO IN THE CINCLNNATI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

THE PA3SI0 .IN THE CQfOOrtfATI r 'v TgRAVKJi!. Ovx (Tkt Somt Netm) Philadelphia correspond ence jnrt received contains fall particulars of £he above duastKi vbidi ias been briefly alluded to -"CSncumaJa -tB- moni^mig. a terrible«damity BotoasMrfs 0&ttanae in that city, on the after "PW an mfligmy . 2500 90800% wateH'Mld pllil^Mi to vrfness &B1&t allegory and - fahleanx of tfae*T&eat S&raHle/' nS be i?g. pratttt^^or ^e bea^t & the ftwr Belief Union.- . wbea th® <mrtain *as about to Tiae.^a Balcmnijight in the gaUery was J tamed on, andits giare'^raa nppn life cnrtain—a rod light—and-there was a slight hissing and odour of fee burningchemicals. Some startled person cried * Rrel' and the cry was taken up, ana went from one to another. The majority of the audi ence rose to' their feet in alarm, but the people On thefloordid not then get into any panic. The cry was -first raised in the balcony, and there and in the gallery above ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ADELAIDE. Monday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

ADELAIDE. . Monday, May 15. | Tfte Government schooner has returned to Fort Darwin; she has been unsuccessful in her attempt to pick up the. cable.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

Am Enablixo Toxic.—A medicated stimulant that enables thoaewho use It to' resist dineaee, the influences of exposure, sudden changes of tempere inre, andto perform an extra amount of inteDectual md mechanical labour, may be called an enabling lODic. These enabling properties are possessed in a s-onderful degree by that strength-creating and lealth perpetuating "ally" of Nature," UixjLrilo Rolf's Schjeuasi Abomaitc Schnapps.—[Adv.]

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MELBOURNE. Monday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

MELBOURNE. Monday, May 15. The Nortliumberland, s., has arrived, bring ing'ad vices ^fromljoiidoii i*>Marcli 24. The Royal Titles Bill has passed its third reading in the House of Commons. Heavy falls of snow in Bosnia have im peded the operations of the insurgents. It is expected that the insurrection "will, break out with renewed violence, as a considerable number of volunteers, furnished with sup plies, are arriving from Servia, which counts on having 300,000 men at its disposal in case of war with Turkey. The Emperor of Germany intends visiting Queen Victoria at Baden. Wednesday, May 17. • Messrs. Power, Rutherford, and Co. report that 1400 head of cattle were yarded; quality generally medium. Prime bullocks brought advanced rates; they sold 120 head from Gipps Land up to .£12 15s. 18,000 sheep were offered. Best wethers advanced 6d. per head. Best quality brought 17s.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

ROMA - JOINERY AND CABINET "WORKS. Morrison & Warren Bros., Haying lately Enlarged their Workshops, A HE now in a position to more folly meet their rapid increase of business. JOINERY in all its branches Cabinet and Carved Work Scroll, -figet, and Curvilinear Work. Pine and Cedar DOORS and SASHES made to order Plans and Specifications prepared, and Estimates given. Country Orders (accompanied with remittance) promptly attended, carefully packed, and forwarded. GO VETERINARY FORGE, M'Do wall-street, ROMA, JAMES~GREEN, WHEELWRIGHT AlvD BLACKSMITH, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BEST AMERICAN TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. HICKORY WHEELS AND POLES FOR BUGGIES. ZN'E'W" DEA.TS always OK hand. All Orders Executed on the Shortest Uotice. 6 S. FAUIiCNER, Bread and Biscuit Baker, M'DO WA LB-STREET, 41 RO MA. R. A. WHEPHAM, WHOLESALE ard RETAIL STOREKEEPER, MARAHOA STORES, MITCHELL. • ■ - ■-■■■■: 62 —i———i WESTON'S WIZ A It I) OIL, The Great American Remedy for RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, GOUT, A-nd all Ner...

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ROMA LAND COURT. Wednesday, May 10. (Before Mr. Commissioner Murphy.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

ROMA LAND COURT.   Wednesday, May 10. (Before Mr. commissioner Murphy.)       There were only four applications, three of which were granted, and the other adjourned, (Ip. sig- nifies first-class pastoral.)     HOMESTEAD. William S. Mitchell, 75 acres, 1p.; accepted Joseph Lock, 200 acres, 1p.; accepted Charles Fassler, 80 acres, 1p.; accepted.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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STANTHORPE. Tuesday, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 May 1876

STANTHORPE. Tuesday, May 16. At a numerously attended public meeting, held last evening, resolutions were passed in favour of forwarding a petition to Parliament, urging the extension of the Southern Rail- way line from Warwick to Stanthorpe.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

The lxtesifn^wB from the East cannot be pro nounced reassuring, and the ingurgente against the Porte aire as little disposed as ever they were tolay downtheir arms. Turkey complains of the epcouragement given to the . rebels both from Austria and Sovu, and frequent messages ate being exchanged between Constantinople and Belgrade on the subject of Servian arma ments. . There i no donbt that the victory which the insurgents von last week over the Turkish troops was considerable. In honour of it Belgrade was illuminated, and in consequence of it there was a panic on the Galata Bourse. The failure of General Bodich's mission is con firmed by intelligence that comes to us from a variety } of independent sources. Dalmatian volunteersare dailyjoining the insurgents, and the sympathy of Montenegro is waxing irre pressible. Of course,' these protracted dis turbances reactsenoqsLy upon Turkish finance.. The March dividends, it issaid, will be paid with great difficulty ; tho £800,000 required...

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MUTINY ON BOARD THE STRATHEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

MUl&Si ON BOAED THE Cfcmsideiable alarm wascreated on Monday morn ning is the town {Bays the RocUuimpton Bulletin) by a xeportthat a .munber oE the seamen had. mutinied on boaMtheStrathem in Keppel Bay. ■ By telegram. from the Pilot Station intelligenre was received to the effect that the greater nomber oT the fcaxque'8 cr»ew were amongst' the insurgents,'/ that considerable violence' had been need towards' the first and second officers (the captain was at the fame in Bockhampton) and that "wantondestruc tion oftheship's property had been one of the chief unuBements of tne rebels, "who were .mostly - under -the influences of drink. Inspector Collopy, Senior-sergeant Brannelly, and nine constables, proceeded to the scene of Hie mutiny _ on Monday afternoon. few minutes after midnight _ the Strathearn was reached. About the same time, the chiefofficerfMr. MacfaHane) and his, second. (Mr. Curae) - arrived alongside, and accompanied the policeforce on board. At that, time things...

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CHINESE IMMIGRANTS TO CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

CHINESE mMTORA NTS TO (!AT,T 'I'A determined stand hits been taken bjjr'the authorities of Sail Francisco, Eeiaided by Mayor firyanfc> andthe citizens -generally,* agaiiiBtvthe infljixofChineire immigration; and theeriCToach-; ments of those' already iiere on industries hereto-' ; fore exclusively in1 -the Mtidri ok Oaiica^ans.' The Chinesein San francifecb. now liufiiber fully \ 30j000, )/aad tliey!are finding iheir way into -arid monopolising all Jcinds. of rbusiness with.- a per-; !sifltency and rapidity; that: hasgivenrise to widespread alarm, especially since Supreme. Court at' WasKington has. decided, on an appeaL, ! that the state iB belpless to protect itaelf'in the [ face of'.-the treaty stipulations ;of the General GoVernment/ and cannot adopt any distinctively restrictive measures.- Eleven-thousand Chma-" men arrived in this .city in' 1875, iand'judging] from the-fact that .three exta^a steam^a: -have i already been chartered; at Hong. /Kong fqrpas "sengers, and other ...

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HISTORICAL PARALLELS. A STORY OF THE DISMISSAL OF AN EASTERN MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

»-*T*<»l»Hi'. n^y-1 I "ft i'~ -I——"*-**— :„ -'.wli3i A '8TO&Xw0fr'3vBr ^ISMI^sjjLL rXJr ? AN EASTEEN , ; V ; ''.7 ' I--* V''«a*ISjEBE,'.;"' r '.v=- /T ' ..>■■•" til : Thfcre was, i^n times gone by/ a' country <salled"!i^.VinOTerraj ?which' was ruled by the Lord country: And* the Ldrd-call^l unto mentvoffche land,- a aevoui maai . called Mackiista. , . ... i; .;-••• • Aid j&facklista said' unto his Xio^d, "XjO ! it is mtefet 'tftat I take other men .unto me to help me in thia work." ' ?\ And Mafklista communed witih. himself, and called unto'him five other men: And the name; of the . first was Kalikojak, and the second was Roasta, and the name of the. third was Samee, and the fourth was Baram bul, and the. fifth, was Hoialti. •And Kalikojak -supplied -the people . with. ^othiiig,-ajid'r^aped ^reat gams-theredn ; and to"'Mm 'com^ pf ihe mOriejtepf his Lord.'" ~ - ~T\; Aj^Saniee waB;tjie sqii of ib^iBabbi,; rprtq eschewed strong drink,: and lifr...

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CHLOROFORMING A CAR FULL OF PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

CHLOROFORMING A GAR FULL OF PASSENGERS. As the passenger train from Carlotte, on the. Lake Shore road, was coming to Oswego, states, the Oswego. Time*, a peculiar smell was noticed by F. P. Eagle who was a passenger on board, and on looking round he discovered that a strange appearance of stupor had come over all the pas sengers. His suspicions being aroused, his action was prompt and energetic. He was not long in iscovermg the culprit in a suspicious-looking character who occupied a seat ih the rear end of the car. He lit upon him at once, and discovered in his possession a curiously-cOnstaicted tin ten, and -demanded to know what he had in it. ./'.Coffee," said . the iellow, with the xitmod; Effrontery.; -t' I'll coffee you," said the Oswego gonian, as. hie .olfactories took in a full dose bf the anaesthetic,;which was fast escaping. "Here,, conducted Dick, help.!:: Up withthe windows; seize the:rascal 2 We .are being.chloroformed. It's the i same fellow -who chloroformed and robb...

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ELOPEMENT OF LADY AYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

.,:k - ■ • r - ;; -< aelopemens of lady aylesfobd. The New" York1 Times gives the iollowihg par ticulars ^oiicerning the elopementof Lady Ayles^s ford, the.wife of Lord Aylesford, ;who accom panied , the Prince ;of Wales on his Indian tour :' —"Five years ago. there were celebrated in Westminster Abbey, at. ike same time, the marriages of two beaiitifal sisters, the youngest daughters of the Duke of Abercorn: Lady Alberta Hamilton, the Prince' Coinsort's grid daughter, became the wife: of the Marquis -of Blandford, and Lady Claude, Marchioness of Lansdowne. / The misconduct of Lord Blandford toward his wife has for a long time been .a mat ter of club and drawingrooni gossip. Of late* they have been liying apart, "though without any formal separation, and those acquainted with his character will feel small surprise. at the announcement of his elopement with lie wife of another man. Nor wjll there, be any excess of sympathy for that other man, inasmuch as he is the Earl of ...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

BOMA, SATURDAY, MAY 27f 1916. The course of a few in all probability,'see the "re-incorporation of a Municipality in Roma, and it mayseem almost superfluous inusto again remind those of our readers, whose interest1 trill be concerned thereby, of lie xmerous ,4,dp(ies.. which will shortly devolve upon *heo$ in the caxeful selection of eaieigetic ai^trus^Oirthy men, who, leaving interested mo&Ves and ; party fln'"MKa'^ at the door of the Council, Chkmber,«will Tbe prepared' to enife Sn&o th&ir duties with'a iiiUnimouB intention of bring ing forward anS expediiaiijg any^ measure having frw ita objeAthe advancement of the town. •• ' r ' We would suggest that;one of the first acts of the new Aldeimanic body, be the taking of stepB tp obtain irdin Ckv\Tsrrim6n£ Che Precog nition of our claim to liave the business of. the Supreme Court extended to Romar—a nla.im we have repeatedly ventilated through the columns of this journal,«nd which we .believe only requires the...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, May 22 (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

bJoma1 POT.trrR fjnmiT .. .Monday^ %£ay~32. (Before the Police ;MasrijBtkate.i/ . i • : *, - 1 > '-X Eaton was summoned for illegally branding . a foaJ,-:the property of J; Saunders.'(' ■ V ■ • ' | Compfainant deposed that > he lis > a labourer^ j residing.3n Roma il he -saw- the! foal about six : weeks- ago with its mothers it was then un * branded ; about .three weeks' agohestaw itagain , in thje pounditthen bad defendant's brand on ; complainant released it out of the pound; lie > had the mother of -the foal now; they were' both \ together in the pound. - / .■■■<;. Case adjourned, on the application' of -tiie' djp fendant, till EViday, the 26th instant. Tuesday, May 23. . . ' " {Before the Police Magistrate^) - The license-of the Bnngewggorai Hotel ;was, transferred from; William Baker to ' William BatzlolfL ., . j

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Tuesday, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

j LA^TEST ;ilJg$^tOiisrCE. v -ranaaoMgmitapA^.,. ., ,r ,r • y:.' -• t. - -BBISBAITK , ! '■]. . V ■ .Tuesday,.May 24. : His TSicellency the Governor open^Pai' liamftnf tfcd^y. . Jlhere w^alaige attendance otmemberaoflaotih Houses. v The Governor, ia his speech^ said that the depatches relating to the jnnimir^im of mem bers to^iie Gkmgeil Jy^^the Calmer Ministry, wouJd)»laicL4Mi tihe tables of both. Souses ;' also Mr. Macalister's report of, his ^.pntimry Into the state 6f the l^mig^4|on [ Gjfficje {iu London. V" . Fre^ arraiiganents "were being made J&c' keeping up ' a stream of emi^r&tiou to" this colony. - ;-J As the land that had been resumed, .was totally inadequate to supply, the demand for settlement, the Government would ask' Par liament to sanction further iescuoaptioiis V Parliament would also have to determine ithe maimer in which land under pastoraJL l^ase in the settled districts was to be dealt witii, aiter the approaching expiration of the ten years' lea...

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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

j , rEXHAIl&TlONS FROM MY MPE. ■* -igUirfn^T ■ — ffjhelieenae was refused.* ' rWe.arif very glad to Stear Jin; tjoot that' $we .JmvevWy Jj»radge ■ against : fce mdiviioaJj for tk^ reasbii'tih&t vre are totally unacquainted1 *with :Wmj wild 1 df fcoiirse. i;ea^i' express :n6r bpiinori'. as t6tliiBr;fifaiesSr.ti>!'keeg r& o^bj&erwise. " Bjut We iiHiiik wB' p>^i oi^wprihy the" jimtiktiie in putting a - stop 'to indiscnminate licensing.. ^jffcil now, wedo not remember to; hav«' hearid; ,w% license having been refused, to aiiy:appli %ffQt in the town on account of the characterof. the person applying; in fact we have been led to believe that, so long afithe license fee was forthcoming-—to increase the revenue of course s-it was a matter of perfect indifference to whom Hcenst&'Wfere ^aiited; and we will venture to' assert Uiai;, during ihe last fourteen years, we liave-had some very queer landlords in ouir town of Roma. We trust, however,, tha...

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