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SURAT. [FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

SURAT.-r'- ; -n (FROM AN OCCASIONAL. CK)EKESPONDEllT.] ; | Two out ojt our three public buildings are un-~ occupied, the ; schoolmaster bring abroad, and the telegraph master remains at' " Taras HaLL," naturally declining.to authorize expenditure for remoVal-to new office, erection of fixtures <&c., without orders from below. Peculiar way of doing tMngs, to build telegraph office ; pending erectioilj rent part of hotel jv.when; office is finished look at it. I doubt Mrs.. Marshall does not mind much; Z don't; lots of money in treasury chest. Mr. Fitzgerald is still on Noo rindoo surveying pre-emptives. The Rev. Mr. Eager and our regular pastor Rev. Mir. Warner Jiave paid ub avisit lately,-jthe fonner gentleman contemplating establishing himself at St- George. I hear his •ininistiy: in Dalby has not been a success.. We were all' 'startled at . the news of the sudden death of Mr. W. B. .Tooth, brother to the manager at Talavera; doubtless this will expedite matters ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Thursday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

LATEST:. XNTELLIGENCE PEB ELBCTBIC TELEG&AfH. ' BRISBANE. - . " : '• Thursday June 15. . r Qn Monday,/the IJfyix instant; the Goyerapr opened tlie Yatala JBridge^ Much interest in' the ceremony was * mknifestesi by the 'iiihaM-* tants of the district, about ,1000 geople-being- ■ preyiit."V n-.*. ,v ?>=] Messrs. B.- D; VMorehje^d and <^.,\<h3ve sold, on account of Messrs. Kome Bros., Northampton Doiito-SfcatiOTU fiarepo. Trith - 38,000 sheep at 24aeaehf and 5. sfiiiil^heni of cattle at £9 per head : stores, &a^ "toT>e taken at cost price. Sir Francis Mulphyaaid Son, of Victoria, are the purchasers. , • Messrs. Stewart and Dickson, have been re ^ffl^^cnopposeS. Mr. W. Coote Intends con . The Hon. Arthur Maealisfcer bas resigned hie seat for Ipswich. The writ forthe elec tion of a new member was issuedyestecday. The domination is fixed foe the 20th* and -tiie polling -for the 23rd instant. _The Ltsrislative Couucd met yesterday, and adjourned...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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SURAT. Friday, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

SURA.T: Friday, June 17. The' AYmna? Race Mefefcmg -ckfue'r;off on Tuesday and Wednesday. TTIie racing as a whole yras pery fair, but i3ie success of. the meeting, was jnarred by bad weather. Die following, is an account of the runiuDg :—. -r"-M ' FIRST I>AY. : Maiden Plate.- -Cardura1!, 1; Rocket, 2. Hack SELLKGJL\c^^lk»ttier,l,; Nugget, 2; Hunter, 3. Scbat HaSBIcap.—Trumpeter, 1; Spy, 2. Hurky Sk.ukj£y — Wagga, L ■ " SBC3CT day. Town PtATE.—Trnnj|»eter, 1; Rocket. 2. Hack Rack.—Silyer Star, 1 ;Jvate, 2. . FiAtxg HAXDjcA^—Tniai^eteti ' l' j ^Spy, 2 ; Silver Fox, 3. - : -*s - ; A protest peas entered against Trumpeter, on the ground of cross riding, and Spy got the mbney.- ' '• ' Hcbry Skurby.—Why Not, 1. ' Cons jIxAIjlok Stakes.—Silver Fox, 1; Rocket. 2. |The proceedings were enlivened by a ptigi liltic encoiifcter between a well known sport ing; character from Hoaia, and our "Balonne ELing." After two rounds the former " threw up the sponge/*' amidst roars of hooting, and retir...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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HODGSON. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

HODGSON. [from our own correspondent.] The gentlemen in blue hare, been put occa sionally to see us, but it so happens theyare invariably late, generally coming after their bird has flown. The .following will-show-that "their , presence is required here'as much a& at Roma. An individualof respectable appearance obtained lodgings at one of the pubs, where he made him self at home fpr the few days he remained; but, however, being of the owl species, he took his departure at mid'night, relieving the hotel of a couple of pairs of. bl&nkets, the best the proprie tor had, verily fulfilling the scriptural injunction, "Take'up- thy~bed and walk." An accident, somewhat of a painful nature, befell Cobb and Co. 'b groom. As he was riding, he came in contact with a clothes line, which dragged him off, his horse, thereby fracturing his arm. Dr. De Leon attended to the sufferer, and I am glad to say he is progressing favourably. >■ ; I dare say your are aware of the Hodgsonites...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

SYDNEY. I" Vf. Wednesday, Jane 14. . j A woman named <Jarner,aged76, was foi|n<Hii .a fhoujfe^j^\^o«I|c>om^Ib^bamtto death almost beyond recognition. "Hie acci dent was caused by the bursting of a kerosine "temp- T' f>"" j r :jr '■ '-,y' •' ' ^7^ r A bill has been'mti-odnced Sato the Assem bly for the suspension! of the quarantine regn lationsas J^tr asc^njeems sheep coming by iea which ale intended for tie sfe^ghjte * The .Edinburgh cable steamer has Port pai^dnfor broken jbabiej

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

M SAlJfelBY AUCTION. r^jf THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock. '■>^0 J. COTXELL vdU Sell by Public Auction, at JUL. ju^YMds,^jbehmcL the Town^Mi, op Abcmt 12 be^l£addle' Horses, ia fiistilass condition.* * •*'.< t..i. ; i.'J ■r" if * "5 :"•? -s ■ • • . - JF0LE17S .^CA.0NET «S iiM" T1TTR (SATttRBA®) .AFTERNOON,, '.' .AtH^-pmstTwoo'cLock. ... . GRAM)!MBDDAY perfobmangb :; Porihe convEaieiice of families arid rjhitdren. . HaEF PBICE TO Ali PiBTS OF THE THEATRE. : K.R—MlSS and MASTER .F0t£7 will perform their Wonderfal and Daring Fea-t, entitled The . Great Blondin Act! On »>»V intih Wire Cord SOOfeet long and 30 feet ^ ■ -high, ' OVER THE T^P OF MR GRAHAMS HOTEI^a ■ »■ j Afc.H *|fri>ast Fonr o'clock., . ^ v .* ^ f": *. '"*' 4 , j ' ' "Come Everybodyl;j - >■ ANOTHER PESPORMAKCE THIS EVENING.: Last Right bat Two 1' Monday Evening, Lastlfightbat One ! Tuesday Evening (Last Night), BENEFIT Ef AID OP THE HOSPITAL FUND! Sew Programme each Evening. . Tiro Hew Pieces! New Songs! New ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

... drafts 3Dti the Bank Branches and Agendes in • ilie Austmilian Colonies andXTnited Kingdom, J&D. .' = ' H. C. CLEEVE, Manager. ®oma,,M|}rdijUJ,1875. . THE, QUEENSLAND v MTTOML BAIE Limited. . <3A.P1TA.L, £500,000. {\VrraJp<WKji to Ikoreask to One Mhjcion). FnBSCEIBED^iMTXL, ±'500,000. - "Pj&d cp <JAsrri«., £250,000. ' - * HEAD OFFICE BRISBANE Becrde%h Cliaxtenlowers (\>6ktowu < DivUiv OynSpie' Ipsvnfeli Warwick BRANCHES. _ Maryborough jfiMUlchester r ■■ r ■ Rockliampton Boiur Stanthorpe. Toowoomba Townsville. Tanibo - - ^ } Majtown AGENTS in - London, New South Wales, "Victoria,, ■ Smith Awsfcralia,Westem;Ausfcra lia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New York," Ifaamciscoj1 India, and the East. - THE ROMA BRANCH OF the above Bank grants iDr&tiay n^oclates ' and collects Bills of -Exchaijge on any of the above-named Brandies and Agents.and transacts every desGripfcLonofBanking Business. interest allotted on Fixed Deposi...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

LONDON WOOL SALES. The Sydney Morning Herald states :—The follow ing produce telegram has been received By the New Zealand Loan and Merchantfle Agency Company dated London, May 13" Wool: The sales com prise about 230,000 bales, of which 130,000 have been taken for export, and 7000 have been 'with drawn. At the close prices showed an average de cline of l^td. to 2d- on those of last sales. Scoured ■wool- hasdeclined 2d. per lb. The Antwerp sales are fiat. Trade in the manufacturing districts is dnXL £XJp to date 241^000 bales have arrived. We look for a decline atnext public eales. ; : We have received the following from the Aus tralian Mortgage Land and Finance Company:— " Our telegram -from Messrs.. Helmuth, Schwartzes and Co., dated "London, IOfii 'May, 1S06, "Bays : 'The 'wool sales closed dull, ■with a downward tendency; only prices for super fleece and greasy are "well maintained. The bulk .of supplies sell rather easier, particularly scoured faulty and inferior greasy. The gen...

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COMMERCIAL Western Star Office, Friday Evening. STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

Western Star Office, Friday Evening. STOCEffREPORTL • Xotwithstandingl^tha frosty nights "with which we were visited, last week, the late rains hare im- = parted a fine spriug to thegrass innlost plaices, and ak water is now abon isnt all over, the district, stockowners in"*mast cases willbe; able .to set, ■through the winter easier than ;wasjan&cipa$eji.< ■Most of the stock travelling for grass and water are returning to their respective runs ; and fat cattle from the westward are beginning to find their way | to market. About ten , days-.ago^,a-.mob,'Of jfat j cattle from Mount Cornish, Bo wen Downs, passed Roma en route for the Oakey Creek Meat .Preserv ing Establishment. This lot, considering the state of the country it had passed through, was in very good condition ; Mr. R.' Shute is in charge. ' • An other mob of 280 fat cattle from the same station, and bound for the same destination, m: .charge of Mr. Charles Campbell, passed through two or three d&amp...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 June 1876

BIRTH.         On the 14fth June, at her residence, Niagara Place, Roma, the wife of W. D. Tune, of a son. 279  

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THE TRUE MISSION OF FREEMASONRY. (From the Freemason.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

THE TRUE MISSION OF FREEMASONRY. (From the Freemason.) 1 There have been, there still are, many opinions among Masons as to what is the true mission of Freemasonry. Probably we RVia.11 not be doing any wrong if we reduce them to-day, for the purpose of our present argument, to two princi pal ones, which may not unfairly be termed the Foreign view and the English, view. Let us take the Foreign view first. Without troubling ourselves with possible modifications or varia tions, let us assume this to be, as no doubt it is, the popular view of many foreign Masonic writers. Masonry to them, wheresoever it has sprung from, whence it is derived, is a great eclectic system, which, rejecting all other known1 religions -and denominational views, is the em; great school of illuminating, philosophy xa id of, moral elevation ■ and' psychological training for > man;- With such -it adinrts-a 'belief in GtSd'and the immortality of the soul (though this' even is denied by some), but beyoud this it...

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BRIGHAM-YOUNGISM PLAYED OUT. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

| BRIGHAM-YOUNCISM PLA YED OUT. {From the Si M. Herald.) Polygamy is nearly played out. It has Been pushed to the utmost by Brigliam Young, and while there are perhaps thou sands wliowould subscribe to it as an. article of ikith, still the vast majority of the Mormans.are too poor to try the experiment, or too shrewd to run the risk of. the domestic misery which they see that it everywhere entails when reduced to practice. Many of those whom Young, by his personal influence, has prevailed upon to follow his pernicious example have been impoverished; and the distraction and discord which even a couple of jealous <matrons engender is only support able under the notion that present suffering will be compensated by future happiness. . A. poor, pld : former, ^w£ose-.!#fa4 4of, attachment for, ? Jus anfe overcome hig; -Morraon^^<pnba<^pteis;: with" inconsistency by an Eastern Yankee, con fessed that he had not the heart to take ii second wifer but prayed t...

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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. By Pan. We have been wondering lately if it would "be possible to get the Honorable J. P. Bell, on the list of C. M. G's., or any other list of saints ; be cause its our opinion that the gentleman in ques tion is highly deserving of that honor, and we think the notion of imposing a poll tax of any number of shillings per annum, for religious purposes, could only hare emanated from the brain of a very high class saint indeed. You see enforced taxation for such a purpose would be so very agreeably received "by everybody, irre spective of sect, that there would be no diffi culty about tie matter, so we look upon it as ■settled. We should like to know, however, how the honorable gentleman purposes disposing of the funds,—when he gets them. Is all to go to the Establishment ? or will outsiders be allowed to participate ? We rather think Joshua Peter hag a leaning to the Establishment, and he would, doubtless, prefer the whole being, appro priated .to that branch...

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

MITCHELL. [from otib own cokeespojident.] 4- case of considerable interest came before our Petty Session Court on the 13th instant. John Nicholson, of Albany Downs, cliarged Mr. Fair burne with driving sheep on the Albany Downs Run withont having previously give noticed, as required by law. The information was laid under the 39th clause of the Diseases in Sheep Act, which provides that persons in charge of travel ling sheep shall give notice twelve hours at least before the arrival of said sheep "upon such Run, ■under a penalty of £20. The circumstances in the present case left no doubt whatever that the A"t had been transgressed. Defendant pleaded guilty, and in extenuation stated he was not aware of being on the Albany Downs Run until met by one of the employes of the .station. As it happened to be the first case initiated here, the Bench took a lenient view of the matter and fined defendant £10, with costs, which will perhaps caution drovers from being so indifferent about the bo...

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

THE EASTERN QUESTION. ' TH& Allowing , extract fron the London Tdegraph of April 18th, may throw some j light on the recentaction of Germany, in regard to the Eastern question:— Berlin, April 15. Certain "revelations" published by the Memorial Diplomatique have made some sen sation here, no-doubt having been raised by the official or semi-official organs respecting their authenticity. They disclose, doubtless, a good deal that was unsuspected to the gene ral public, and throw more light upon the Turko-Austrian negotiations, as well as upon the Eusso-Montenegrin intrigues of'the; autumn of 1870 than is probably agreeable to the chief actors in those secret and somewhat nefario us transactions ; but they tell very ; little that is new either to German or English statesmen, or was not known at least four years ago to most men seriously en gaged in the study of contemporary European politics, and having anything like free access to that mysterious realm, full of shams, lies, sch...

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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. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

ORIGINAL COERESPOISTDENOE. The Editor is not -responsible for any opinions expressed by Corr-espondent&, a$ tlwsn cohypiQs are Tsfegt^&iai* o/'all subjects To the Editor of the W-esterh Star. ■ i ] See,—On behalf of the Committee of the SortiA Hospital, I wish through.the meduiai of yoar columns to thank Mr. Foley and family for their entertainment given on Tuesday evening last in aid of the local Hospital, by which the sum of £12 was netted for that institution. I am, &c., H. 0. CLESVB, Treasurer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

. TIME TABLE OF MAILS-FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. BoMA. " _ DEPABOTKBS. ■ For Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Waxwick, Dalby, and Goadamine—every Monday, Wed- ' nesday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. For Mitchell, Oharleville, Bureuda, Timbo, and Cunnamulla—every Wednesday and Saturday, at 6 a.m. For Surat and St. George—every Friday, at 6 a.m. For Taroom and Springsure— every Friday,. at 6 a.m. . These mails close at 9 a.m. on <13ie-^>revious even ing, excepting the eastern mails, which close half an-hour before departure. ARRIVALS. From Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Warwick, Dalby, and Condamin&-? every Sunday, Tues day, and Thursday, 'at 3 From Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda, Tambo, and | Gunnamulla—every Tuesday and Friday, at j 6 p.m. ■>:" j From Surat and St. George—eveiy Simday^ai ; 5 p.m. 2V f 1 From Taroom and Rpringsure-^vfery Thursdiyj at I . 6 p.m. . ' • • • •': ''"r ; : j Mitchell. " ' DEPARTURES. ' J For Roma, every Tuesday and Friday, at 10 a.m. For For...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

I MARYBOROUGH. Mr. Douglas addressed his constituents last night. t JTis speech-was very cautious in tone. He indicated the probable railway policy of the Government as comprising the construc tion of the extension from Warwick to Stan thorpe; lines from Brisbane toBulimbaFLats; from Duaringa to Emerald Downs; from Maryborough to Gympie; and from Bundar berg to Mount Peny, or at least as far as the New Monta Copper Mine. J Mr. Douglas was returned unopposed.

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

BRISBANE. "iJOBBISPONBENT.] " forn^gaM Xand is Premier of the colony.' "When the House mefc;on Wednesnay, afterthe of the «pilbi the, l>albyMr. Mac-; aliBterinfoni^ihe^ had resigned, and th&i Mi. Ttot-a %ffi8 ^repiier, Tiolding' the portfolios of l^ostatfBfcerJGteneral and:'Minister for Wdite; Mi. Stewart, member for North Brisbane, Oblotifol Secretary ; Mr.; John Bouglas,meml>erforMaryborough,. Minister for Lands jMr.J. JEU' Dickson, 'member for' jEnoggera, and Minister ;fcr Works m jfiie ^pre vious MmiBtiy.be^^^ ; and l£r.\ Griffith, member for jQxleyj -Attorney-General and Miniflter fpr PubUcrlJM^dapn, aa before. Mr. MaraliBter haa sij^ i^ighy hfe «ea^ for Ipswich, and it is understood $hat Mr. Thorn will leave ''the tords -t and rempve fie objec tion to the MiniBtay <>f its leader being In the |Jpper House by seeking tiis vacant seat—that Is if of opposi iionby .Mr. ^.P. Bellresigning his seat and jrtittaUsluB ownman in there, ^md contesting Jpsiinu&a...

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ARTEMUS WARD'S FIRST ARTICLE (From the Chicago Tribune.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 June 1876

ABTEMUS WARD'S FIRST ARTICLE . ^Front the Chicago Tribune.) One evening Ex-Governor Haley favoured; the Friday Night Cliibwith his presence. We bad been talking of the days of jTore, when. Henry Clay w:as king of the Bohemians, aniin his glory—when those brilliants and i eiTafic spirits were -wont to frequent Charley i PfafFs. . As the Governor entered, Gscanyan was relating an anecdote of Arfcemus Ward ! —whose face was quite familiar and always welcome at the Long Table. " I suppose I can tell you a story of Arte mus which never has been circulated, as I seldom have told it," said the Governor. "¥a| many years ago I* was editor of ai paper in Toledo. In those days we had to get up early in the morning if we wanted a first cut at the butcher's, and one summer morn, as I was hurrying down—a little late —I passed a tall, seedy-looking chap. Shortly after I heard some one cry out, ' Hold on, mister!' and, looking around I discovered him approaching by long strides. I stopped, won deri...

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