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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Tuesday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

LATEST IOTELLIGENCE. fwi -EMCIBW tgJWMTH. BBlSBA2Jp.» ... Tues2^» jftBgr 11. *Oie treasurer We lus SUimiuaai State meat. It sliows a "; W me aisi; ■•t- „ 1I1; Qe:jfeDp(M8 pounds for Jjfa& '"*' a second time.- - v .., ^yB^iil;^ WBpB«eada Bill buoyed the ifcrnWRafl

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

BRISBANE. [from our own correspondent. ] You see I was right in anticipating in my last letter to you, tliat James Gibson, Esquire, erstwhile of Chinchilla, and now returning-officer for -the Logan, would snub the whole House of Assembly from the Speaker down. Affleck is a man without a conscience, for he at once1 obeyed the order of the House, and endorsed the writ from the Downs with the name of the person he was ordered to, but Gibson was cast in a dif ferent mould ; he had a conscience, that objected to be made a party to anything of the kind, and he flatly refused to obey the mandate of the House. Undoubtedly the order was unconstitu tional, for the effect of it was that the House elected the member for the Logan, and not the electors of the district; and I suppose thie Government having some suspicion of this, thought that if they put any pressure on Gibson, he might turn, round and Bnub them again. The land resumptions have passed the Assem bly, and in my next I shall be able...

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IPSWICH. Wednesday, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

Bpswich. Wedneakxr hwiq Two imported Cobb and severely burned this moiaang iy-ffe^^^" jL* the truclra catching fire from sparks from the engine, between Ooodna and Ipswich. It is doubtful if the animals will recover. QUEEKBLAKD pASTOfcAfc AND AO&ICOLTDIUJ. Society's Show. The forshbrt of last year in the number ot exhibits. ^ , The Hor^ tod C^tle ^ere very good, and there were only two dheep shown. • ' The eihito&* offtain Produce was very wegre. Here was nm^ ^rtmAling at the Ugh price of adimssion. * * His Excellency «£yed% special train at 10 o'clodcou Tuesday, and proceeded imme <U&tely to the grounda. The following W delist,of successful com petitors:— " 3.*—SOBSBS. ■ ■ prire, Mr. Emevt Winter jGharitan. 2. ^B best fil^ StolUonj Ihieeyears old, first ctass certifipatei ^Mr. ^ KBlLst^ M&rfcineatL * TfaebestBtoodY«ariing8tallion, Mr. Murray ^nor. MM^^MdSpns.wccnd prize. / ^ £??* Blood Mate Mid Foal, Messrs. Bell Slid SOJUr OlIV£. Wlenholt...

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POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, May 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

POLICE COURT, . Saturday , May & (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNSOOND MIND. Francis Leonard, remanded from Surat oil suspicion of being of unsound, mind,: was dis charged ; Dr. Smith deposing that hie was now fit to be at largo. : ■ 'i- " . '. UCEKBK. ■ An. application l>y Jo*hn Irwin for a slaughter inglicensewasgianted. Wedn esday-, Mayl2.' (Before the Police Magistrate.) Thomas Coney was brought up ott suspicion of being-of unsound ijiind. On TijeBday ^veaing the prisoner was',at Mrs. HogsUi's, Royal Mail Hotel, when lie appeared very excited, and threatened to put Mis. Hogau "out of lie way." - ■ The prisoiaer was discharged with a caution from the Bench. LICENSES. Two carrier's licenses were granted to Benja min llaynor. l?rida$% May 14 (Before the Police Magistrate.) FEI<ONY. Frederick Seitz was charged with stealing fceT tain monies to the amount of £17 2s., the pro perty of Jacbb <SofobeL Jacob Gobbet deposed that on the 'toigTit of the 24...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

TJBSpjCta IROMA ENGINEERING COMPANY (LIMITED). T^HIS Company is about to "be formed for the """ "c ° ith Sawn any En a m owuuw w uc uiruiuu lur i»ms J- purpose of Supplying the public with Sawn timber; Scouring Wool, and performing gineering work that may be required. The Plant of the Company, valued at £3000, embraces all the Apparatus, Machinery, and appliances necessary for the proper working of the undertaking, and consists of— ° One Superior 10-Horse Power Portable Engine One Saw bench ; Six Circular Saws Two Leather Bands, consisting of 150 feet and otlier,appliances complete ' One of Russell's Patent Centrifugal Pomps with 24 feet of rod iron Piping (11-inch bowl) for same, consisting of 1 spindle, I task, 1 set of brasses rwo Boilers One Soaking Tank One Bock-iron Spouting Tank, with Russell's Patent Spout complete Fifty Sheets for Drying Wool, size 24 feet by 18 feet. J One Screw Press for pressing wool—complete Four Cane Baskets IVo hundred and fifty feet of Galvanised Iro...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS j i t ® emS down when we Trent to press test night, we liave no news of the result of tlie lpBwich Bac®, which were brought to a close i yesterday, This is the more annoying, as we fead arranged for a full report of. the different events by wire. Condamine, on the 8th instant, a mob of 182 head- of store cattle from Warkon station, the property of Messrs. Campbell and Co., were impounded by the police, the drover (Mr. B. Micklethwait) aot having a waybill or delivery note. Mr. SficKlethwait appeared at the Police Court, Gondamine, ,on Monday, - the 10th instant, before the Police Magistrate, charged with a breach'of the Brands Act,and was.fined Is., and deceived a caution. Mr, Finlay Campbell, being present, claimed the cattle, 'which were ordered by theBeneh to be delivered up to k m on paying all expenses. • At a meeting held on Thursday evening at Mr. Wieneke's hotel, Mr. W. Quinn in the chair, for the purpose of forming a committee to carry out the athleti...

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MITCHELL DOWNS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

MITCHELL DOWNS. [rHOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Anril 29. On Thursday, the 22nd, several travellers ar rived at the bank of the Maranoa, but found they could not cross ; and, having no rations, it was proposed that some should be taken over on a table, which was done. On the following day it was tried again, but unfortunately the table capsized, imd floated dowii-the river-?—it-was, However, recovered, with the loss of some pale brandy and other delicacies. On Saturday a raft was made, by means of which, with the help of several gentlemen, everything and everybody was landed in safety on the Mitchell side of the river. More heavy *ain fell on Sunday, which caused the river to be uncrossable again for a few days, and through which the mails were delayed some little time. A mob^erf fat cattle (150 head) are expected to pass through Mitchell Downs to-day; they are from Mr. F. Brook's station, Bingara, Paroo, and are consigned to Mr. W. F. Digby, of Ips wich. By the appearance of the weat...

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PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, MAY 4. (From the Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

PABLIAHENT. Tuesday, May 4. /From the. Canr'u>r. ) As yet the notices of motion, other tlian Govern ment, have nolyelTjeen verynumerous. Yester day; they were more plentiful. Mr. Walter Scott and Mr. Ivory both tabled notices of enquiry about railways—the one in reference to. the Mount Perry, i the" other in reference to the Maryborough and Gympie or Maryborough and Gayndah railways. Thebnsiness. of the day was the examination of the returnlng-officerB for the Logan and the Darling iOowns. -Mr. Speaker stated .what lie had done, . "read some telegrams and letters, and informed the Housethatt&e re turning-officers were inattendance. , Accordingly, Mr. Siacalister movfed that Mr. Gib son beordered to attend at the bar. Mr. Sergeant jat-Arms conducted the gentleman named through j "the space which, when ce House is in division, is | -spanned by a trass bar. Mr. Gibson advanced to -"the table. There seemed to be some doubt whether ; lie should be informed that he might be sea...

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OUR SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

OUR SCHOOLS. The Report of the Board of Education for 1874 has been printed, and has just come to hand. It is, as usual, a lengthy document, but is especially interesting—more so perhaps on this than on any previous occasion, as it shows the effect of the system of free education ; the progress made in various schools under this change; and also thedemand it has given rise to for educational establishments in the outlying districts of the colony. . As a synopsis of the training of the young of the colony, it commands attention. A perusal of it mil prove interest ing, and will demonstrate the fact that very great benefits will eventuate from providing so liberally for the education of the young. - From, it we gather that during the year ho less than fifty-eight applications for new schools were made to the Board; forty-five fresh schools were opened ; and that the aggregate attendance had increased from 23,742 in 1873 to 29,012 in 1874. The number of schools in operation in 1873 was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

- M|jR^i3[?4 ■ ] iLUOTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, LAND, LABOUR, AKD CO MM ISSIO N AGENT, ; M'DQ WALL-STREET, ROMA, BEGS to hotify. to the public generally that lie has on hand tat And store cattle, > fat and STORE SHEEP, • DRAUGHT and SADDLE horses, BUGGIES and drays, wines and SPIRITS; '.and Merchandise of all descriptions selected by himself for country requirements. ■ . Buyer of Stock, also of Hides, Sheepskins, Wool, and Tallow ; and liberal advances made on same consigned to him for absolute sale. Agent for Medhurst and Co. ; General Importers; Hunter, Boot Manufacturer and Importer; and approver of all the principal stock going East for the Brisbane buyers. From W. B. Murphys' long experience of stock, all parties, can confidently approve of his choice. 'MONEiT 31 33 3!3" *37 91 from £10 up to a £1000, on good security. EDWIN BELLGROVE, AUCTION jet: It, Stock, Station, and Commission Agent, M'DOWALL STREET, ZROTVC A.., *| ) EPORTS an apparent desiie_to transact busi Jl\) ness O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

Reservb FuXD^43j63,33S «b. 8d. ■r j TRANSACTS -411 usqbI Banldng Buwibss, ij^^Qs^y 'jajia iigjiftQ'; "drafts on the Bank Branches ^nfl A^mninh in the Australian. Colonies and United JLingdom, •&0. ' T ' 5\ ' \ ~ tec.cleeve, . -• •' ;.•••■ *--j :rt .v .«w \ • - y :• *^.r • ■ ._■■:■•; ' ••"■.■■.; •> Acting-Manage*. : Rmwft, - j . -•- ■■:■■! 18th March, 1876. 1 THE QUEENSLAND RATIONAL BANK ijlUMi'rED). TWittf tow^.io Increaseto One Million). Sobscbibed jCapiiai^ £350,000. TOf ;CAPXTAi., £175,435. "" 7 - ' ' >.. X-' ~ ~ ^ ' * TirPR/^TAPC .* M.lic, <Chaib*aS). ?, -B|§^'SC,^[3CaorAN, M.L.C. ■VEsq., M.L.A. > Aumtohs^ ■ Samuel hobgson, Esq. ; 38; J. E. WABBERTON, Esq. • Solicitor : ^GRAHAM L. HART, Esq. i , Head Office. : General Maxager. ;ED^#J>^BOBERT DBXJRY, . ASSISTANTMANAGEB -3GHNHAWKSWORTH RYLAND. ILsbpbctor of Branches. ROBERT <JRAY STOD ART. Beonleigli •Charters Towers <J6oitow» ; Dalby 'Gympie Ipswich SEARCHES. Maryborough MiUche...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Wfjx-known."—We mean to take your advice, and do not intend to give the person mentioned a. chance of going to law with us ; if we pnblished your letter he would have good grounds for an action for libel, although all contained in it may be trne..

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Fridav Evening. Trade is dullj owing to the long continuance of wet -weather. There is a scarcity in several leading lines of winter goods, as drays are delayed, unusually ' long, owing to bad roads and h.ea.vy rains.. „ '." The following are current prices:—Flour, Hart's best Adelaide, per ton, £30 to £31; ditto, per bag, 65s. ; sugar, good counter, yellow, £39 to £41; tea at previous quotations. Carriage from Dalby to Roma, 10s. per lOOlbs., and expected to rise ; from Roma to Dalby, 5s., but there is now. very little produce to send down. Mr. . E. Bellgbove reports £ was in error in stating that the mob of cattle reported in last issue belonged to Messrs. Govett and Thompson ; they were the properly of Mr. Brooks, of the Paroo River. Messrs. Govett and Thompson's cattle passed through on the 13th; about 230 head ; in good condition, and a fair ave rage ; they are consigned to.Ipswich for sale. There were about 13,000 mixed sheep, the property of G...

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ROMA LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 15 May 1875

ROMA LAUD COURT. The sccond alternate monthly meeting of the Land Commissioner's Court for the Maranoa district, was held at the Police Court, Roma, on the 12tli instantv . The following applications were granted {a sigftifies agricultural, and Ip and '2p first and second class pastoral respectively); HOMESTEADS. "Walter Best, 320 acres, a, parish of Roma. Joseph M. M'Groy, 75 acres, 1p, parish of Roma. John Page, 7 acres,- a, parish of Rofcia* J. Fisher, sen., 124 acres, 1p, parish of Roma. J. Fisher, jun., 74 acres, lp, parish of Roma. B. Jtaynat, 110 acres, lp, parish of Hodgson. CONDITIONAL PUBCHASES. George Gibson, 200 acres, 2p, parish of Roma. Dugald Carr, 200 acres, lp, parish of Roma. S. Stewart, 2500 acres, lp, parish of Hodgson. James Petteford, 100 acres, lp, parish of Roma. ; P. G. Copeley, 1<50 acres, 2p, parish of Roma. W. H. Sparks, 60 acres, lp, parish of Roma. John Phillips, 57 acres, lp, parish of Roma. George Wieneke., 150 acres, a, parish of Roma.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Utility."—Your letter arrived too late for pub lication in this issue. It shall appear in our next.

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N.A.J.C. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

N.AJ.C. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of this club took place at Ipswich on the 13th and 14th instant. Notwithstanding the ram which fell on the first day, the public attended in large num bers, His Excellency the Governor was pre sent on the 13th. The following are the particulars of the running, abridged from the Courier :— Maiden Plats! <jf Two Sovsj each for starters, -with Fifty Sovs. added; for all maiden liorses at the time of entrance. Penalties for winning there after—Once, 51b. ; twice or more, 71b. ; win ners of two-year-old stakes excepted. Second horse to receive Ten Sovs. from the prize. One mile and a half. Mr. W. Tumbull's g.g. Lecturer, 4 years (Askew") 1 Mr. 3L H. Adcock's b.h. Chance, 5 years (Sowerby) 2 Mr. N. D'Arey's br.f. Countess, 2 years (Tucker) 3 Judge Lutwyche's b.g. Tam O'Shanter, 3 years. (Mullins) 0 Mr. J. Abraham's br.h. Colonel, 5 years (Dowling) 0; Messrs. Bell and Sons' ch.c. Carem, aged ... dr. Messrs. Bell and Sons' b.f. Cassandra...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

SJ/c Maimx ROMA, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875. • In the estimate for the line from Dalby to Roma, and the means suggested for the pro vision of the cost, there is much to be con sidered. Mr. Thoenloe Smith, the Engineer in-Chief of the Southern and Western Rail way, estimates the cost at less "than. £3000 per mile; and we presume that, as the Go vernment think they can build a line from Maryborough to. Gympie at .£2000, they will take Mr. Smith's proposal into consideration. He takes the speed at fifteen miles per hour, and the carriage facility as equal to that of the present - railway from i)alby-; but .we think that when he calculates on no ballast being procurable oil the route he makes a mistake. However, thsit is but a detail. Hie estimate is, no doubt, sufficient for the cost of a line adequate to every requirement, and the smaller the outlay the less time will be occupied in. making tlie line. - We are glad to find that the vigorous efforts of our friends below have so far met wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

RACES-TO COME OFF. Brisbane (Q.T.C.) :.v ... ... May 24 and 25 St George (BalonneJ.C.). May 25 and 26 Toowoomba (D.D.J.C.) ... ..1 June 3 and A Dalby IN.D.J.C.) ... June 9 and 10 Soma {Maranoa T.C.) Jnne9 and 10 Wsrwi(i.;(T.C.) ... ■ ... ... June 16 and 17 T«iwiiii {AritihiJ) ... ... ... June 24 and 25 Surat (Annual) ... ... ... June29 and 30 Maryborough (T.C.) July 22 and 23 Bockhainptoh (J.C.) Jnly29 and 30 Gympie (4\C.) July 30 and 31 Index to Closiko of Stakes. Warwick Handicaps and Hurdle Race... May 22 Dalby .Trial Stakes and Handicaps ... May 28 TaroomHnndicap ... June 1 Maranoa IBoma) Handicap June 5 Rockhainpton Handicaps... ... .1. June 28 Maryborough Handicaps... July 3 ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Mails close for .. Mitchell, Charleville, Tambo, Blackall, and . Cnnnamulla, on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 pjn. Mm1« close . for SnratandSt. George, on Tuesdays, at 8 p.in. - Mails close for Taroom, on Fridays, at 8 p.m. flails dose for Condamine, Dalby, Brisbane, &amp...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Friday, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

; LATEST ■, ^TELLJGEifCE. FEB ELECTRIC TEfcEGRApH. - '■ -%-■ V-'-' BBil^BANE.-1 ' - *; Fridays May 21. in tue .Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, in Committee of Supply, Mr. M'IIwraith prophesied1 that the cheap railway to. "Maty ,borough would be an utteriailure. . Mr. King replied. Mr. Thompson condemned the Wight anfl M'Devitt appointments! • ': 1: > Mr. Ivory quoted from the Courier to prove thatMessrs. Eing and Macaiieter promised a railway^to Mpunt Ben^ and would not now perform their promise. . ' - Mr. P^^er -combated Mr. King's-yeiate ment, jai«i showed that when he left office there were £700,000. m the Treasury. The Speaker announced the, resignation of Mr. Stephens. Mr. Macalister, in moving for a. new writ, exjiressed tiie dfiepestrr^gret at' the loss of his colleague. ; Mr. Balmet; on behalf of theOpposition, also . expressed &■» gret, aaid iioped Mr. Stephens woidd apflftdily, recover. ,' ' „ . In the Legislative, Assembly on "Wednes day, Mr. King laid the "ma...

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THE NEW MUNICIPALITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 May 1875

THE NEW MUmcaPAtrfr^llND "LOOATi aStTIV'.3 . Ji The jBUl' Laws relating to to provide more effectually-fOTiLocal t<3pvern ment," introdfibed .'bj Mir. ^Mkcalisterai^ew days pstff^and contains 406; clauses. sgM^f' jjn^is. pt^Umi liarjj: and refers-fco tlie interpzste^ cer tai£Troi^ of- "tlier Act, and- "to -the rjspeal o£ jtKe. mimerbia'»!Act® -lioFv two Ldecl&i^ i» the ; mlmicig>dities of AMora,-,;B(^ea^ ^ris baiie, 'Clermont, X3^perfeld,-Daib^:Dra^toii, Gayndabi^ GlMstoiae, bordugh, Ilockliampton, BflJria, ^rowqomba, Townsville, and ^Warwidc ; ^ndvestetlie as sets and liabilities of "the la^'Mnpirajjdifar of Miuyliorougli Id the sfingfT Part three refers cipalities, iindr they3ai»^ppopo6e3, jffiflffl" tlie i^tit,' . ix> ' be *' ^ divided ";int9 4woi classes— " BoTOii^y OTl^d " aAd' country .djaomt therei»j. shall ' ofn^DO: souls/ and shall no^u^pott its fii^tTn^b^o^iobi^^&itain an area;pf:, more ; a ^Sliire" will' include anyTpart i^lQbe^cplony pot ...

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