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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, May [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

' .eSxTTOlOv# .©id zf?HLessta. Power, Ruti iSiafclOOO cattle were Hiere were 17,000 tfoafromiiS*1 SSbo. Another la^^lice 0 fiSaxtudera. jeiiooo^s^ ictiftl' tythlh ■ V., .n k} j?. 4«W&. ■'

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

MITCHELL. fFROK OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] ; Mr.' Stringfellow, of the Works Department, has inspected our dam,' and has given instruc tions for the extension of the embankment two chains eastward. This wfll'be a decided improve ment npoii'the original design. I beUeve an; extra sum of £60 .will be required, which will; tuj ^doubt be granted by the-Minister for Works. The mound of earth which now. lies on some "waste lands close by, .ought io bp carted on to the. embankment, wherg it would be of some good, service. . The rains have been heavy here for. the past ten days; all the creeks in the 'district have been' running bank high, and the Maranoa River has bie&n up and down several times within the past week. It is now too high for the mail to cross, with every indication of being so for some days. A mob of mixed, horses, the property - of Messrs.- Hooper and . Webb, passed through here on.the 10th instant, en route to Springsure. - • ■ • There is a mob of -travelling sheep oh...

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

E. B. CARDELL, itttg ^rntlimr ®fr£itrisi, &t., M'Dowall Street, Roma, 5S A. FLACK, PAINTER, SIGNWP.TTER, GLAZIER; &c; Country orders punctually attended bo: : ~ Address, T. W. Knowles, Tobacconist, Roma. 40 ROMA JOINERY AND CABINET WORKS. Morrison & Warren Bros., Haying lately Enlarged their Workshops, ABE now in a position to more fully meet their rapid increase of business. JOINERY in all its branches Cabinet and Carved Work Scroll, Fret, and Curvilinear Work. Pine and Cedar DOORS and SASHES made to order Plans and Specifications prepared, and Estimates given. Country Orders (accompanied with remittance J promptly attended, carefully packed, and forwarded. . 60 VETERINARY FORGE, M'Dowall-strket, BOMA. JAMES GREEN, WHEELWRIGHT JlKD blacksmith, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BEST AMERICAN TIMBER ALWAYS ON ' HAND. HICKORY WHEELS AND POLES FOR BUGGIES. ictie^w dea^s always on hand. All Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice. S. FAUIjKJ^ER, Bread and Biscuit Baker, M'DO W...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

The Queen's in Bon».^jaotj* j3ilr pltyed thai. Bifis ' aboriginals at'^a TTOre^^M^g^ ^^^^nniTnea." 'Threfe fchfi^ were given for the j&ieen: at~ittg;,coitpl^aipii of |the distribatioH, Gne^lacfcf^llow iaurang mad Iwansemeat by adding A© ^chtoroB,/11 For she A * •»' .mm *. '• •. * ^ m '-■ ■* 1 " ^ ■* {▼ery j nerg During the-] ay have been&eairdtu^alng^ me in town, evidently prodac^frbm wind been blic. SeveraPr^df^ts : of ike .town j*1?*6 mBtramefite' iroin Brisbane, -and' as ■ we , some good musicians amongst as, a very itable bandialikelyto bef<»mecL . mob of pur^bre4 Darbam. balls and Irai&it' am the' Clarefrbe,' iuid "from the celebrated bnlum herdj'fere ftow in the nej^hbonrhoqdof* '*"■ieW dayB.' "Tfitbe ae mob are'^5 H^efogd"im]lBt afrhieh, with s Durhams, are rep^^S^^ j^f^^eiiig of superior qnaW^ areJor sale, . are in charge »J^fflfltwr; Wilfm A. ]&._ Hutchison. Xipy will travel,in the : staon^f Tj^mboil—A mob|<5 500 head of...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

, ' . DAT,BY. frROST' ODR OWN COjBEBSPONDBKT^ ' r * r j seriops accident ihappenpd to Mr. Charles Mioirtf, manager "of weranj^ on Weifoesday ■ He, was n<iing theTaee" horse ileetorv 'jmdwas going atarapid^ace'lotgSbehdSeattle Sale, whenceWirae-suddenly put his leg :to>le and •Ifc. Mort was" pitched violently fdr* iWatd.uppn- jbis head; • The'ihoclr renderedhim" insensible; 'anil he Was conveyed at once on a" ■stretcher to the Royal Hoteland -placed under knetlical Hre&taerit;1 Heremaineji -insensible 5all! .'day but ultitiaafely' Slowly Recovered conscious-, ness andjis now progressing towards recovery. .'^Che events that I for^hadowedin ihy last as 'likely to occur earlyin June, ih reference to the turning o¥ the first sod of the.Bailway Extension,. ajldthe presence of the Governor at the races, 'and subsequent? banquist, appear now to have assumed a tangible reality, as his Excellency-the. Governor has accepted the invitation of the President of the Northern ...

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A SLEDGE PARTY DEVOURED BY WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

A SLEDGE - PARTY DEVOURED BY WOLVES. . . A. frightful attack has.beeri. made by wolves uponjklaa^ pM^ <>f;tanayellers near the -city of Mopcow.; i^The severe frost sad hunger has forced. these rapacious beasts to leave their haunts and to ^approach the in habited centres, and their ferocity is' snch that they do not limit their depredations to carrying off domestic animals, but attack any Jiving creature they happen to encounter. The Moscow Gazette, describing one of the, latest exploits of these terrible beasts, says that a caravan of six sledges, containing' twenty-four travellers, had been attacked -within a few miles of Moscow by a band of wolves numbering many hundreds. The whole of the travellers and their horses were torn to pieces, one only succeeded in- making his escape. This was one of the conductors of a sledge, who owed his safety to' the *rm» state and quickness of bis horse, and to his presence of mind. - The moment of the attack was something terrible t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

p]?Ji.tl|eW|OTld_andiiji subject is heir to/' Be i ;,.an jijti^p;utai>le fecfc fferfyjaap# i howe been , effabed bt/ i these juskly ^rjRead* " iUa the Liver, Pleurisy, Sweffiigsof the'Sbwels, ■and-for all HferJ Inflammatory a^hesand pains, Wes pLzaJsi -Oil and Magic Pills will aff<ird iin-' ' ; and the!r®5mtTOUed Me fbr "a" few

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

NOTICE BREEDERS, CAPITALISTS, j SQUATTERS, AND THE PUBLIC GENE BALLY. PUBLIC ASD IMPORTANT SALE. "% a / B. JlukcPHY haa been favooredwith in W . «8JM«fctairIram 3iaiKS^BoixfEES, New Sooth Wples— nqw~^Oberinia- -to Sell, at hifi Yards, on SATURDAY, MfejtWit Jmie next,' ][ 40 Head of Smaierior Heavy DRAUGHT MARES and^O&ifiS—all tiioronghfy -weUiirokenr'" •jw'.* °'v' . ajsoj - .i i.j. 'u- '• On the same day, at his Yards, SO Head of Magnificent COLTS mi FILLIES, the 2i5 . Progeny of the above, from I to 4 years old. w saipbdA^ R MUBPSY will Sell, on SATURDAY, , ilaie lOtSi irnnehexfc, " 1 Splendid WAGGONETTE—nearly new 2 Sets of HARNESS, and 2 Splendid HORSES. < No Reserve. Terms, Cash. 246 FOB PfiWATE SALE. ?Ofi BALE, f?AA HEAD.pf mjjced Cattle. For VVAj lawtiartfiHMy*®*" >:r -T7 iir-. 'e Creek, r Boma. WSTHEBS. ~ ferbonga, ' 4000 (nuin or leas) _ ^ :U)>£D WETHERS. Inune xliafee ddivery. Tor particulars, apply to H. G.~ BISCOE, aiWaroonga. ~ s" _ J February Sb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

BANK OF ifEW SOUTH WALES. ^ESTABLISHED, 1817. -Paid ot CASnki^lsi.obOjOOO. Bjeservb TPoHi^^fiOOjOOO. §EAtfCH Jiall "usaal'-iBaiiidiagjSiismaBS, in&uding Advances. on approv^;Se<*jrii,ies:, allows Interest on Fixed Deposits,issues drafts on "the Bank' Branches arid Agencies in the Australian Colonies and. United Kingdom, Ac. • '* y:1' " H. C. CLEEVE, Boma, March 18,1875. : ■ THE QUEENSLAND LIMITiBD. * CAPITAL, £500,000. =: (With Powee to Xhcbease to Onk Million). - Subscribed Gjlpital, £500,000. . Paid trp Capital, £250,000. HEAD OFFICE :BBISBANE. Beenleigh Charters Towers Cooktown Dalby Gympie Ipswich Warwick BRANCHES. Maryborough Millchester.v" Jtodthampton Soma - s : j Stanthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. Tambo. "'-"."if AGENTS in Xiondon, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia^ Western Austra^ lia, NewZeialand, Tasmania, New York, fikn Francisco, -India, and Hie East. THl; OFthfiabove Bank grants Drafts, negociates -land eollecte Bills of Exchai^e ojn any of .t...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

COMMERCIAL. B. D. Morehead & Co., stock and station agents, Brisbane, report the following sales :—Walla Sta tion, Wide Bay District, {together -with about 4400 vhead of cattle, at £4 per head, on account of Jekn BarkCTi Esql/toMeearai G, .I&andA; A..Johnston;• Gania Station, Burnett District, together "with 6000 head! of cattle -end 15,000 -feheap :~thecattle jtt £410& per head, the sheep at 6s. each, and the horses &c., at a valuation; on account of Messrs. R, B. and J. C. Bidler, to Messrs.^ JU'Cord and Knox. Langton Downs. Station, Leiehhardt Dis- ■ trict, together with 27,000 sheep, and 5280 acrefe; freehold ;landsheep 'for £28,00$ and purchased land ai coet "price ; total purchase money, £31,000 ; on account, of the Scottish 'Australian Investment Company, Limited, to Messrs. Singleton and 3Ienzies. Desiliquin Stock Report, Friday May 5,—■ There was no change in the weather since oar last issue until Friday, when the sky becaine overcast, and a ...

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TIME TABLE OF MAILS FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. ROMA. DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 May 1876

TIME TABLE OF MAILS FOR THE • WESTERN DISTRICTS. soma. depabttjres. For Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowodmba, Warwick, Dalby, and Condamine—every Monday, Wed • nesday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. For Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda Tambo, and Cnnnamulla—every Wednesday and Saturday, at 6 a.m. For Surat and St. George—every Friday, at € a.m. For Taroom and Springs ore— every Friday, at G a.m. I Those mails .close at 9 a.iq. .on the previous even: ing, /-lAon an-hour before'departure. ARRIVALS. ] From Brisbane, Ipswich, To9W<»mba, Warwick, * . Dalby, Mid Condamine -eveiy Sunday, Tues day, and Thursday, at 3 p.m. From Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda, Tambo, and Cunnamulla—every Tuesday and Friday, at 6 p.m. "v > v j • From Surat and St. George—every; Sunday, at , 5 p.m. From Taroom and Springspxs-^-every ThunstLay,!at . 6 p.m. Mitchell. departures. . v For Roma, every Tuesday and Friday, at 10 a.m. For Forest Yale and Bnxaada—evcry-Tharsday»-.al 8 a.m. For Westgrove, via Waroonga and W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

VETERINABY EOBGE, MTJowail-strkkt, ROMA. JAMES GREEN, WHEELWRIGHT A3TD BLACKSMITH, IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BEST AMERICAN TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND. ' HICKORY WHEELS AND POLES FOR BUGGIES. ITE"W DEAXS . ALWAYS ON HAKD. All Orders Executed on the Shortest Notice. 6 S. FAULKNER, Bread and B is c uit Baker, M'DOWALL-STREET, 41 ft O M A . R. A. WHEPHAM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STOREKEEPER, MARANOA STORES, ■.-HI-ITCH KTiTi. . - ■- . . ; - - ez weston'S^ WIZARD oil Ii, The Great American Bemed^ for RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, GOUT, And all Nervous Inflammatory Aches and. Pains. Fall cages -where pain >» -tHmxiinforj, jg experi enced, or if grazed with Inflaenea,' iHptiieria, Sore Throat,Bad Coughs, HoarsenessBQionsCoKc,"" TnflMntniitinn nf 4iip "Bowels, Stofoach, JLaings, Ijyer, Sidneys, or with Croup, QuuW, Fever and Ague, or tpith Neuralgia, 'Heawlache, pic-Dolorenx, TootJjjac3ielT2arache, or wft bimlny, Pain in fhe Back, orS^eamatiam, «* with JHsrhopa, Cholera Morbuk.\or Dysentery, or Beats, Scalds...

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THE FRATERNITY OF THE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

TELE FRATERNITY OF THE HAf. r While lying in' the iiarbour of Marseillesa' Mend and shipmatej who %as engaged in reading a Frenchnewspaper, suddenlyburstiritba lit.of' merry, laughter, and npon .^y ialdng'jwiwt ;Aad!: pleasedhiui, he rejul and translated for methia foUowjnganecdote, which I giyeas i remember \ it.' The incident was.fresh at that time (1JM3),;—. On a certain occasion an elegantly dressed, gentleman entererd a liafc manufactory in Pans,' and ordered 25 hats of ail enttfelyhe w arid ndvei. form.: The; hatter, =whetr tliey wfere ^finished1,1 tried one on, ■ and,1' thinking. it became him. --very" well, lie made a twenty-sixth idr his own wear. The, individual who had giren -the t<frder called" punptpally for/the tiu^es, p^id;ph^eiful}f./{fn;i ■ , 0n.; the following Sunday^ .the w<ea1herJbeing j fine, ■ _thei Jiatter gayeliia new chea^tau an airing, j.. in tihe Champs Eilysees. '"\&t ja. certain jiomtwj' where there'were j^obsc^ea ReVeral'ge...

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PARLIAMENT. (From the courier.) TUESDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

• (From'theOourier.) Tuesday, Mat "23. A 'bejautiful bright day shone <iut on the first sitting <if the third sessidn of the Seventh Parlia- ' ment of Queensland. The reading Wf theGbver nor's.. Speech ivys. accompanied'. iby the -usual;: cefemoniaL* , Previous to attending to. thp,gumr:,, mons of Black B(»dj; the Speaker.jce^d,pray^s,;; and after returning from the Legislative Counwl' anWAiiiced' that he tro'ujil ^esuiiVe "ijie" chaii* jii-frr cisely at half-past tliree. At'fc&t fadur fre ib6k the chair;-':Shortly after,'a message'- froin "his Excellency-was announced, aiid tlie? messenger: presented to the Speaker certain papers having i reference to despatches which had been asked; for- The Speaker then informed the House of certain vacancies, which had occurred during-the' recess. The new members then presented them selves, accompanied by their respective sponsors, and Messrs. Stevenson, Tyrel, Haly, M'tean, and Dixon were sworn in. A number of pape...

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THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

THE PREMIER'S VISIT TO ENG LAND. . The following is the report made to His Excellency the Govenor by the Hon. the Colonial Secretary, on the evidence tak§n by Mmat-an inqniry into the working of the offices of the Govemment of Queenslandiii London, aad the dicamstances which, led to the dismissal of Messrs. Wheeler and Allen:— May it please YjmjbExcki&eitcf-— I have the honour to place before your Excellency the evidence taken by me in Eng land on my recent inquiry into the yrorking of the office of the Queensland Government in TVmifon, and the circumstances which, led to the dismissal of the late secretary and the late despatching officer of that office. The evidence may be divided into two parts, viz. :— (1.) The vivd voce evidence which was taken before the letters that passed between Mr. Dam tree and myself, on the 3rd and 4th December last, were written. {2.} The documentary evidence received after the last-mentioned date. It does not seem to me to. be necessary that I ...

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THE VALUE OF THOROUGHBRED STOCK. (From te Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

THE VAMJE OF THOROUGHBRED STOCK. {From €he Australasian.] Besent information Spain the old conniay Atrws that the *valueof thoroughbred stock is' gradually increasing, and that for certain stxeanstfblc^a^ fimcy prices can be obtained. Mr. E. Tattei^gll has lately ytittet to Mr. Yaille to the effect that 10,600 guineaswouldiiQt tempt the onwner ofSferling to part with that horsej and by flii> earns "«"1 we learn that & young noble man, Xjord Dnpplin, had bought Petrarch, the Derby fevourite, for £10,500. Last, year the sensational price of .£10,500 was paid by Iiord Westminster for Doncaster, for stud purposes, and If Petrarch should -win the triple, or even the. double weni^ Derby and L^jer, during the present year, we should not be surprised to hear of an offer of £20,000 being made for the horse for stud pur poses ; his breeding, by Iiord Clifden from Lanra, being as fafhinnfthle and good as can be defied. It is Yery easy to account for the present high prices of thorou...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Tuesday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE FEB ELBCTEXC TELBPEAPH. . BBjiSSkp. ■ .J. Mr. Palmer gave notice that he would love for the appointment of a board to advise piihe j^enWleneral Mr. Thompson, on this . Resumption of the ebate on the address, condemned the action ' the Government generally. L "r. Heminaiit made a long auk able de-. s. Here viewed the policy bf the 'Go-* m-nment under the headings of Land admin: action, Publw !Wj&arfc^ aid Immigration. )ut of over; 700,000 acres, sold and selected, Duly 8000 been. purchased at auction. It was mpo&obte Ifco"ipffiprj. Ijf5p because .huad arderstcthe value'%f i£I 6j<J0d We£e" out, ami I could Mt-.be r^wjlifttedy ^iMpre juauw-i its- haH bt^^uiifoduced,3 and thttfe^wbiieV lit the St^thor^^iibfeskjn-^wiiSGi ^p; t and MaiyWrongtrto 13ympie would not. ieie would be a deficit in Ahe revenue* %ndf lerefbrehe declined -to i^fcinto'needless un-| ?KKiucM^.iB3^ndilpm-^i;^ '•'■?£-' fjfif.lj Mr King Opposed the B^^tioi^^Kaalway, h would ...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Friday, May 26. (Before the Police Magistrate.) TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

ROMA POLICE COURT. Friday, May 26. - (Before the Police Magistrate.) TRESPASS. Patrick Layden was summoned for trespassing on Amby Downs Leased Lands. John Leiskman Andrew deposedI am super intendent of Amby Downs Station; on 22nd April last I received information, and sent a letter • to defendant, telling him to desist from building on the run, or I would put the matter *ui the hands of the police ; these buildings are on tny run iaboufc" eleven iniles from the^head stationno permission: has ever been given defendant to build there. .c Gross examined by Mr. Thompson: I know that part of the run has been resumed for rail way purposes; I do not know if defendant had a timber license. Thomas Brown deposed: I am a'sheep jnana ger residing at Amby Downs.;. I kno.w Amby Dowiis Station well; I know that Patrick Lay ' tlfen. is . building • on \ the run' j ;jbhere is a -fcark ;<k»ttage of twoi rsooms j Mr..; Andrews' letter to Layden's man; Ley den told me he had received the le...

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ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

ST. GEORGE. The following are the winners of tlie Ballone Jockey = Club Meeting t-Ladies Purse.—Ackbar 1- j Emj>er6r 2 ; Bolivar 3. Stockman's PuBSB.^^ialebone 1 f Bush man 2. St. G-bob»e HAifWGiLP.—Cupid 1 ; Trumpeter z~; ] "TTolunteer '3. . This was a splendid and close contested race. • Prince of Wales Handi cap.—Ackb^a: 1 j.SpySTrifcft^C3s Maiden Plate.—

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MAYTOWN. Tuesday, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 June 1876

MAYTOWif. Tuesday, May 30. j .Twenty tons of quartz from tlie Rob Roy reef yielded 220ozs.

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