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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Eveninz. Owing to the noa-axrvral of supplies business is it acomplete standstill, as it is impossible to exe. cote connfay order* owing to the shortness of many line* of good*. We heard of two tons pf floor har ing been percJiaaedfrain the Chinese by a country" storekeeper for £$0; tbe same.pricewas also given -ly a vbcttttofeper xn town.-. Ttei inanjr lands of , oyoua'titoM, and tiandleirarein short Supply, and J&e stocks-of spirits, wit&ihe exception of ram, are rerysearce, Brai^yliasboentinprccorablfc 'Thereafemany thousandponncb w^rfh of loading I Cor storekeepers on tins road, and should the pre sent fine weather continue, the dray* that had i piped the Cooda«nine beforetiie last flood -will doubtless be in town in a few days, 7 Bocvks Stock fiEPiraT. — Joly let.—Wip, ha^e JwtM items to «jk»rt this week. From Wal gett we learn that 1000 store cattle were travelling' from Mount Hottoa to Victinia.; 11,000 «heep, Broaghton ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 22 July 1876

DEATH.—At Roma, on Tuesday, 18th instant, Henry Augustus, son of Mr. S. S. Bassett, aged 10½ months.

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DISRAELI AND LOWE. (From, the Town and Country Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

DISRAELI AND LOWE. (Frvm, Vis Town and Country Journal.) There are few lessous which many of our public men have moire 'need to lay to heart than how to retract a wrong stateuiont, arid to make au un reserved apology. It may, therefore, be of some public service to call attention tothemamier in which the Hon: Robert Lowe, than whom it fcrould be diiiicu It to (iud a more hightuiiided artd impetuous politician, humbly apologised for words spoken in etror. It is time Mr. Lowe's words offended against, the higli-st person ill the realm; uiiJ, ihutoi'ore, it was becoming that his retractation should be accompanied by, expressions of regret ;;iuro in tense than could be expected in an apology to a fellow subject. On thel8th of April last, speaking at a public meeting at Redford, Mr. Lowe criticised the action of the Ministry in reference to the Royal Titles Bill; and in the course of his speech said, " I strongly suspect that this is Hot now brought forward for the first time. I violate ...

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STANTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

STANTHOIIPE. At, Stanthorpe (says. the Courier), the new cro^ii^ recien.tur erected at Quart-pot <3reek was mach damaged, and the water is; still running over it. A horseman, tiyingto. cross on Satur day,was washed off his horse, .'but managed to swim ashote. Fencing for miles has been blown' jdown. The weather remains unsettled. The creek is higher* t^anTever before known. XJreat difficulty was experienced in saving the principal stores in Stanthorpe. Many familiesliving near • tiivi creek had to remove during the night, amid tomaitB of .rainj fearing the flood. *r The latest news fttr.ii Tenter field, prior to interruption pf communication, was that a fright ful storm was raging, there. . They-tell.me that there is a new reading of the Jjiiany. It is said (but I won't vouch for the accuracy of the statement) that Sir. O'Logh •len, since soma recent experiences in the Dis trict Court, -beseeches Providence " to.execute justices and maintain truth."- " .zSgles," in the Au...

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WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

WARWICK. . The Toovooomba Chronicle says: — Heavy : floods yesterday—the heaviest since 1864—aud there has been considerable destruction of pro perty. The part of the town known as the flat was completely under water, and thirty houses are flooded to the roof. Two lives have been lost—one an old man named Leepot, well known as an old servant of Glensfallen station, and who came hore about chirty-five years ago, when the Downs were first settled. H-.: was ill in bed, and as the flood rose in the night he was drowned before assistance could possibly be rendered. The other life lost was an infant four months old that was drowned in its cradle. Stacks of ; lucerne and oaten hay, wheat, oats, and barley crops in paddocks, and vegetable gardens, have all been destroyed. . Large numbers of horses, cattle, pigs, and poultry have been ,-drowned, A J&rrHicgale from Ahe :£ast- was-blowing all Satnrdaywith apouiingrain. Saturday night's train did not arrive hsre until Sunday afternoon a...

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TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

TOOWoOMBA. The Chronicle says :—Tiii-puglioat the whole of Friday night and up to noon on Saturday a fierce east gale prevailed, accompanied with torrents of rain, raraindinjnsvery-strongly of the great storm that occurred on the night of the 17th March, 1864. ' The rain descended for three quarters of an hour in torrents, and at times in perfect sheets of water. Ruthven street soon presented the appearance of a large river, and the swamp drains overflowed. At Russell-street bridge the storm water from vari ous parts of the town concentrated, and lisre the flood was so high-that the water flowed three or four feet in height through several business places on the north side of the streets, and al most jeopardised the lives of some of the occu pants. The flood was the highest ever seen in Toowoomba, and the centre of the Russel-stroet Bridge was foiir feet under water.

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BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

BRISBANE. ."The Courier of Monday saya:—One of the teaviesfe^Btorma of rain and wind tlint have Tifiited/Brisban6 for some months pact, epjuj ex pektfnced daring Saturday, The rain, -which -beganataboutSa.m.'on Friday, -continued 'throughout the whole of that i&y and.n^ifcj .with but Blighl; cessation, and during Saturday tiie wind blew with great force, while: ike raia descended in torrents. During the afternoon of thatday eeFeral he#vy pe?ls of ifciipder: xt&o heard, and anewly~ereok*d brick ptorei near <Jid corner of Qaebn and ^agle-strfi^, in the o*^u pstion of Messrs. M. D. Bea^sa/im, yfsss sti'iack 4>ylightiling, but" fortunately was not'damzf-id beyond the destruction of. eonie ornarueiital ^ffifiter-wodc-irt 'flie corner; Towards evening on wfatnb||Mh« wittd reared roop# to the west Var4, J2»^i«ihercleare<i

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TOOWOOMBA. Monday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

TOOWOOMBA. Monday, July 24.- f ; . The "head mastership of the Grammar School has been conferred on Mr. John M'ln tosli, Camden College, Sydney. / : Gerhardt,- who was injured by the recent railway accident, died this morning of tetanus.

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JONDARYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

JONDARYAN". The creeks rose suddenly on Sunday night. The stud sheep intended for exhibition at the Boyal Agricultural Society's show in August next are drowned.

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CHARLEVILLE. Friday, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

CHARLEYILLE. Friday, July 28. The weather kept fine and the cou»/§e| wraa in good ordeis.. The>atteiidartce, although small was as large as could be expected. ; maiden PLATE. - tT , A-vT*>"' Banker ... ... ... ... ... 1 . Nimrod j.. -2 ,:0 • v ;cfaiE|fvii4JE m^racAP. : ^ 7/: j Spyl ' :.r -* "-r • ■ ^ * 1- " ' ■ ; Big Cheque . ..* ... 2 ■ • publicans'; pukss^ - r r\n\x*»tr • Spjr > .-V- . .. l* T****" i Union Jack J 2 : Thursday^o tit ft, j CORINTHIAN cup. • i Big Chequer.« »•• .•« t .7jr ... <y : Banker. LJ. ... Jst wajtrego handicap. ::: ::: ::: .©P* - forced handicap. ; Union Jack 1 i Big Cheque ... 2

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. The railway line in the vicinity of the Gowrie Junction was flooded (says the 2>. D. .Gazette), and it was deemed; advisable for the 2 o'clock train to return to loowoomba, although the sub jperrod portion extended onlypvar a feir hun dred y*rt!sof the Mtte between the point where .the train Arrived at a standstill and the railway station. Some of the passengers were invited to proceed, by a special engine to Dalby, bnt the majority prefeirred"Toowoomba and safety." A special engine left Gowrie at6p.m.', having beaud St^hen W^elch {driver), William Wil John'o^^^^^^K^Br): The'Jin^^^under1 wato_ iheyj>roceeded stgadttyin^the direfrfioncf Dalby^the q>©&d^ being ttudear^ ftirtt TaileS ' jutf tour—when, ra-'<fi»ssing a culvert, about 'two and a-half miles from the junction, =the roof of the;cqlyertgave tray, and the engine with.its occupants fell'a distance of about ten;feet into', the golly below, the feAdeir rafting upon a .pcir-^. tion of ...

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MARYBOROUGH. Friday, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

Friday, JuIy,ia, J A. public meeting was held l^t'hl^lifc^t'he Mayor in the chair), and resolutions were adopted in support of the. Public "Works policy of the Governtnentj^il^b to the^]05ec|/, that the Governuieht "wtcs '-entitfed to-^nBdbf trial, and inviting the adjoining constituencies to assist the Ministry in carrying out their policy.

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THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

THE FLOOD. I; The DaRty SeraM BaysThe flood increased | a3i night and. reached its highest point about half-past four on Sunday morning, at which time it had attained to a height hitherto unknown, reaching to Messrs. Benjamin's store in Drayton street on one side, 'and nearly to the racecourse on theother, submerging the bridge to a depth Of several feet, and flooding all the low-lying lands, and even many parts which were thought to be above floodmark. Many persons had to leave their houses and seek for shelter with neighbours in more elevated positions. The flood reached to an immense extent, touching the back premises of several houses in Cunning ham-street, and flooding out the railway labourers, who had to desert their camps, their huts being washed away. Lower down, opposite the old Greenbank Hotel, the Creek had attained a width of over two miles, covering the whole of the plain. Viewed from the tower of the Post Office the whole country round the immediate neighbourhood was ...

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

GYafPIE. ' I Tuesday, July 25..L ) 219-tons from No. 7, Lady Mary, yielded 153G ounces.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

THE EASTERN QUESTION. [cOMMtmiCATKD.] In one of yourlate issues you gave us an S extract from a German paper which .publishes pa private-letter, written by; the late;.Lord - Palmeisfcon tothe then King of the Belgians. ^Although the letter ia given by the German [with the evident intention of creating a hos |Nale feeling to England in the present unsatis Jfcctoiy aspect of Eastern aflkirs, the senti pments expressed therein cannot fail to find an |echo in the heai-t of every lover of fair play. ipSiat Germany and England will go to -war is list at all likely. Whatever the opinion of idividual writers may be, which is commonly le, and based upon the assumption that s power or England must be estimated like pntariental nations by the number of her armyj Germany could havenothing • gain but very much to lose. Notwitli the conferences of the Emperors and ! dictatorial airs they gave themselves, it I a well-known feet that both Austria and my look with a jealous eye upon their swerful ne...

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ROCKHAMPTON. Thursday, July 27th. CHAMPAGNE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

ROCKHAMPTOR Thursday, July 27th. CHAMPAGNE STAKES. Eagle Messenger I Vang HACK RACE. FLYING HANDICAP. ; Friuce.Charlie ... iL ,r ^-i ■ -•? ; PMiosojjlier .„ HOVEL RACE. Wrangler ; Sly Boots ... , PORT CURTIS HANDICAP. Gedric Gemma di V ergy This was a. splendid contest, and if the race i&ad been 100 yards lnnger (}emma-di Vergy would doubtless liaye Jbee^i tiie ^

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

JFBOM OtFE C^SCWBBEfetQjpiBNT.] No BriBbane,iQfiil8t)7^iB8t «CHich. We knew nothing here jaftlLB i^flood& Jjdtoira Our weather has been. cold and muddy, ayeryfitttejrainiell early in themonth and about a week back. "" : Theresare a few racehorses in the town, but' a large fid&is not expected; the-races commence on next Wednesday.; The .new dub g^ve about £225 away in prizes this year, bat a much more extensive programme will, in all probability, be issued for 1877. Corn is scarce and a pretty high price, 25s. per bushel/ / The - course Is in fine trim I sum told for Tunmmg. ' Hour Ib verydifficulttoprorai^anywhere. A greatmanypeopla haveljeen in here looking for it of-late, opt nave, -generally speaking,. »ot got it Gamage, 40s. parlCOlbs. from Dalby—is dreadfuL There have been* goodmany petty cases ad judicated upon lately in the new court house, a very pretty building, and a credit to the town. On the 30tii ifltimo one James Thomson was committed to the next sittin...

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

y}\ "|1 X COTTELL -will sell by public auction, at JLm>. his SaleTZards, belhind the Town Hail, oil SATURDAY, July 29, at 11 o'clock, 12 Head SADDLE HACKS, in first-class, condition. " Cash." " itU YAL.AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF , •„ . QUEENSLAND. _ -;■; V X J -i ^0WO$MBA.l - " THIJESDAY, 3kd AUGUST, 1876.. . A^NUAJLi RAM. SATiR . fTTHE-Secifeiaiy of. ihe above Society has received JL instructions from the proprietors of the fol lowing darling Downs Stations, viz.,.' Timbottb, JEasxTaii&ai,; JoiTDAKtAif, and Heatmngton Hill, to sell by public auction, at the Yards of the Society, on the second day of theShow, viz., Thursday, the 3rd August, ' A numberof choiee STUD and FLOCK BAMS, specially selected for exhibition , - • and sale. As these Bams will lie sold in lots to suit buyers, the Secretary confidently invites purchasers to attend theShow and inspect for themselves, ^ the studnfloeks from" which they coine being most sought after by all breeders throughout the -colony.' ...

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

^f^feayjelliiig .stock _„ JfimL'll^vsb that lie !jgpb^c^ ^ri«ct Jsuccorint of district. ■' ' ' ' ■■ » ■••••'••' -■■■■'" ■■ fo^^etO!*. ; THE ^.WESTERN STAB" NEWSPAPER, AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. . fTWE above.las .been EJSMOVED to the New. JL PremiBea, iBxi to Mr. Ryder's, Queen's Arms Hotel v". ' » •- '-- • — •■ • !- f ~3fOTlt5E. j| JIT person bringing advertisements or JjL ordering printing, lor any,.public iporpoaewjutteiw,.iidllbp held jkbsonally , i t- I^NOIS KIDNER, : -1 ? "MAL BAM * (>, ■ HMHED. CAPITAL, £500,000. * (Vtm'firjRB!n Ihcheaskto Okb Mm Sub&cbxbkd Capital £500,000. Paid *jp <Jamial, £5^50,000. I i ;fr HEAB OEFIOK: BRISBANE. - r " °' BRANCHES. MiUchester Rockhsmpton Rom& .'\ :• ,' Staidhoipe' Toowoomba ;. TowtemHe. Maytown Chatters Towers Gooltown . Dalby jramch.; Warwick Tambo AGENTS in London, New South. , Wales, "Vic&oria, South Australia, Western Austra lia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New York, fta'X&uu&ro, India...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Tuesday, July 25 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

ROMA, 8J^!IX&DAX JjjfLY ? Miter'. :iOTELLi(i#:(^'' • —°— PEK ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. i Tuesday, July 25 '~ Iii the'Assembly, 'Mr, Thom* moVe^ i i&Id; Jflr.Palmer seconded- the motion thatMr.King; be speaker. > ■This afternoon the Governor expressed his approval of the choice of the Assembly. In Committe of Supply Mr. Dickson asked for £200,000 -on acooUut.1^ Mr. Palmer, iti the interests of the colony, would only agree to £150,000. . After a .short discussion the Government • gave way, and a bill was introduced appro priating the sum Voted out of the consolidated revenue. It passed all stages,. and was ordered to be transmitted to the Legislative Council For approval. . ^ A disciission ensued, in reTerence to repaiiv ing the damages caused by theflood atDalby: The debate was adjourned. ' Wednesday, July 26. _ . .'5 In thfe Le^Utv^e ^uiii®! ihet i^prop^laT \ tion.:3ill'" arid "the Criminal Practice Act. Amendment Bill passed all their stages. . Iii the Assemb...

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