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ROMA LARRIKINS. To the Editor of Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

, ROMIA: IjA:1MlTK"TOR-r» ■>--1 i 1 I To the Editar 'of iKevJf^tent^Star. -Sib,—I-beg to call the attention of the public, jj-nfi >>»& ^ino-ln;par<aciilar. to the disgraceful man ner^^mch-iome y«iflemeu,(8cwailed) annoyed the Roma^niate^lBaiiA5 diuingtlieir last practice irt Afr .T. W- Johnson's wool room. They opened artftTsetfcing £ t w^"£hem after it, with the intention, no doubt, of upsetting the music stow^-an^ ' atoongl&e -mkmbera. JW&^theyj%eii& Jont&dWtli^1 vaxied-their amusement by. tiuowiiig targe. etouesgc the roof. '^ . _'_A j JffoS?,;2sI>Cr. ^^tolci jt-IJxiBlE wedeserve better treatment than this, particularly as I believe we; „are sojrolying felt igj To'jSov'' the3ajia nf lamkins-'w® lUxe-to' <ieafi*rath, X may rmeattoa that tlijy are in the habit of buying or St4kiing cits," winch they let loose on the fiats round the*tOWa so that they might have the /iwt pt "worry 4ngrtbem*to ^ - In concIctBioa...

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

It haa been «aid by an eminent Medical Prac * supply of Wbstoh'sWizabcOh/and7MagicFm«' and : I aUtne dis eases Aieir to." Be this a« it that many wonimul these jvstty '. Ht^adbche, Aether -voi^ ■ mediaiv^K^ai^ their eoti&nied uBe for a few daj^iriil^eotftperfectoare.—Advt. -- | The mothtr of a child at Onyden, oitsabraie ! xb f&e moms^g ioDud a est Ijii^ co iiie isEant vim I its fore pan on the child's throat and its mouth f dose to tihai of tiie cbiid. She knocked fhe cst o&, [aid«ikKi9di^attiieduid£nmdftva£desd. The j MeljedgfnflBBm iBre of opUB0B.ihat death vas i caused from ae^iijxia. Amwiram. gennn has often been pnmuanoed | XMiter-of-£acs and commonplace, bat it is gmttfy - I tog to see tfcat wiesi occasion calls it cu rise above i tlie range g| stub eeos&& T1m» ceremonial at cie opening of the Philadelphia ExMbrtioa formed I odi an oeeaaon. In tie course of ibe proceed' [ inge a, respectable byum, by <iui resectable i America...

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

— ' . .? *77tti—J.'»n i OEIGmAL COEEESPOm ■£ Wfil The

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SMALL DEBT'S COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Tuesday, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

T ~l~ coit¥t. XI L _1_ (BeffrowieP^icgM^Bb&ie.) < « Tuesday, July 25.- - - <■ . -vtl ckenae deposed i,. l am a pablican; reaab^ got apromissory the amonnt of £26; on the 9th of'June; I got notice of its'=dMionourfrom defendants ; I saw defendant 2(Mhji Ijtol* lui^h#! if he would PPf* Wlfew®*8Aeit would settle it: Tie sai^ when he got home lie would do so; I Sn&^um hfe most settle at once, as I was leaving ,f/>rlhg^ngxt ji/yr ^fceepeijrojba a»<}dKB3i3Hfe 4pfeeover my 7noney i lnslW mnfa fronynw to Bxfai& snfl stix9 to eaT37Ya By the Bench : I receivi ^n*&e^t^^J-^^o^^y[1^etii}i)Js^f_wiaiI5SB£j. to me oy mail ; after I.got the money 1 fendant Lord thathfi. wouldi.liayie ±4>D3jc,fitoi feostilo J2a77 itortiSiffll—gyKTueali "Verdict for haiiJgnU ft i L done" Verdict f«Fto©I^8My £o 4s. tkL

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ROMA POLICE COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Tuesday, July 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

BOMA POLIOS COURT. (Before the Police Magistrate,} Tuesday, July 25th. Michael Bafflery, of Blythdale, applied for a transfer of publican's license from. Patrick Mor gan to himself. Mr. Salmondappearedforapplicant. .. The Police opposed-£he * grafting :o£ the trans ' fefc on ground that^tlie^iou^e ui question had b^en abandoned by Morgan for some tame back. Mr. Salmond argued that the mere fact of the \h<Aj&e ha^ig^beeif abandoned by Moigan, was tiot sufficient to ground an objection, but that in to^wc^sfjijly-qppMe the granting of the JradSarLit WtoA^afiarv- thak^Morgan should first be convicted of the abandonment. xfte Bench granted the transfer.

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

j"-■ : » -it. *-'~ f- J- • - s.-s. ■■?.-:■ .£± .^rv^i'a-.-...' .-*: [FROMOUB OWK OOBKBSPONDEHT.] of fine weather, a^'change^ameo'erthe spirit of oqc-^reaoljf aail ^ ■ Thhrs^7;x^^-s4$fa^w%^ we»ftn^^i»|«^ -- Saturday morning, Mwcrfoand;* jh^^flood. in more senses taJksl brides* «n|p.' 4<^er^6SJ>dr, ami 7'' doling of drays, -n^|i£^I^iajd J^kddd'^aX9X^£jl^^> week, will now l»^irarent^fa>m.to and merchants Wj^^j^received. e|r lftt^^da&nediliGir stores* re the: neo ssaries *ol plaiisat droi ightiEotdflood,a&diioir^ ab$t«^ mrn too * >n,tne of v3tafeeio make fiffifiiliiwlm' water will the gs were sight to siae the plains, which for late news^^msa^^ - ii jflpoi from 3M^$aciM irork was . „ «P >ing through it; <*an<Ue8 dug ouT of the4;* now many were akfft tn Aajurer jmd *m-Ytixnv "Bouses on nuphjlfeajge ^ ^gfrqglirit, timber one ^nginthe centre and ouer&f^ " ~ :^r-.-. «.»i«iM4.4UxnWqr «H HT«>rOVtsa<lA»CK)SS ...

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

lias continued •djtrarnecl iy thonght oJ43ie Gk>vern liour kept eTeryong.: - -ln.. wotte 1^. J~<m »• • Adum 1 •in Mr. «iid,traiis Tho^n ♦ iia. ifca bailiff. m transfer, «aid ^e to^r was pewed wi^ ' * jff jnBRgctaafc,!^ , ^ He %'lcaOT4t» his 1 I t than ,.... mreST ;* he, Foil. ' l&orgto emt £&930ojaii< <rattheGovo»m^ chaffed tiu " f^Hoyera AA aliin mth Mein ii a^i ndtinorvteK time by thelore! wffl Boon make a tapenhis saj ami Air. Jol misdiroctlv^ ?rhe&cheaL. lials been laid,, of!some attei 182,000 ? Railway 3£eserye'f^a-»tt U|iaaanaiuiB»«u these 92,000 are rfirt>m: Jimboy, 29,000 from Cecil Plams.and only . frpra ^Ir . [took \—i» [gias&He has and is to taikie3 T--T— Jremiurkablst\ rapp|^;U*el else it is y^. ■the acresmore tote .froiaCeciL &»«?* f. /to Mr. i looking at flie Reserve, alib&S^i0s^s taken from Jimbour, mi< Pliun^iyfit fcd^n'fri^Wana for for .. _. _ Bell, a.prc»;mneat "man uL...

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

GRAPT9JN5 ! fl H h U 4 rr: i 1 ^ ' The highest flood ever known here Ka6 i highjsr than in Jl'8o3, . ,' T , , : Eve; 4i ves7 betfe 'bfefen-' ifeb 5ii' four *; at TJlmarra Creek. Sixty pe»^>lfel tiAik' .^^lgetpr^ia,fegicen and,w^-th#re a3I/&iiidayI! n^ht/.Thei^e ; 3^J;/3ighfr feeSt-.flif; water over the Ptgt^Qffice^^U^Ung^Ll) *ili i-I This f^rfuI \TsitatioDL]^jca4ised universal destruction,destroying; ,aJl .r,4he; provisions in the town,.pad ruiningj^ttpdfed^. .lAalimpera tiyjg message has been fQrjyjtrdeditp Sydney demandingijthat jtt cargQ.^of jfloiwu&slsent at once to save the people .^Qiu%StiaiJvatioiL. - The' W&ter like a , wpye. Byery. buUdingia.the townlexcepting the banks ^vas wholly submerged. , ^Hun dreds of 'f^nraiig peopleso^ht' r^uge'm them. Nothing but wreck,' ruin^~aii<l desola tion every where. ' ' 5.-;.: ;

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

SYDNEY. Monday, JulynB4.Tr ( - Heavy gales occurred along the c&sc last' weejk; several wreqjca^n^. ^r^re Tuesday, July 25. - Ckblegramsjrom ^"ew Zealand .report that there has b^en\errmc|gales along- the coasjy 'doii^jg^t!x|aJttage.\ ff r \ "■ J ^Wednesday, July 26. comprising Wal^ill6^Wtfe. VisM" -'pool Plains,- and Broadsound, neat St. Law rence, Queensland, were ^£232,000.

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THE POTATOE (From the London Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

THE POTATOE I {From the London Telegraph.) Unfortunately the potatoe, like all plants wliieh have been long domesticated, isiiable to many 6traiige and mysterious diseases. The ordinary potatoe disease, is a most serious matter. When the plague made its appearance in J5n<fland, as recently as the autunmof 1872, tile valtf eof the potatoes imported in that year rose at once to more than a million and a half of money, as against -a quarter ol a million'only in ' the year before. . Indeed the consequences of a total failure of the crop in the l-'nited Kingdom would be so serious that any attempt to inquire irito the nature of the blijht ought to be welcomed.' We'therefore notice "with, satisfac tion a correspondence which has taken place between Mr. James Torbitt, . of Belfast, a gentleman who has devoted considerable time and large sums of money to the study of the question, and Mr. Charles Darwin, the well known author of "The Origin of Species." Without entering in detail...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

TEe Hospital authorities desire to ^ their sincere thanksio Mrs, BeUgrove fbt hear j«sefulrdjanatiom<)f aparctelof old ' iififffl.' * We ■ arfe alfio' requ^rofed to state that the .supply- of.: luien forjjand&gas, Ac., ja alivuj's farahort oi the demand, "and ft^li^r^^iia^oDB] be very acceptable. .We are glad to leamthat a .much needed industry has been agaia started nefur • Branded" facture of bricks for building purposes at .the One-Mile Bridge on the Dal by road. -Ch e price is, we beliere much less than has hitherto been changed, and the kiln is but one mile from Roma, instead of four, the distance from the old biiek .field at Cattle Creek. We are given to wider «tafiid that the article produced is of good quality vtia if so we hope soon to see substantial brick* <&uildu|gs ^take the place of some of the baik ,humpi«E& which now disfigure the town. - ■ LuBmeBs continues at a standstill. As onlyone oir two<b»yB have arrived...

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HEROISM OF A BRITISH CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

HEROISM OF A BRITISH CONSUL. The following interesting and exciting narrative from Santa de Cuba is extracted from the Jamaica Guardian:— ".An unfortunate seaman• hid been apprehended on achate of being implicated in.a tuibnetering expedition, and ,:ie was thrust into prison and., afterwards condemned to lie shot, on evidence as unlikely and improbable as' any one could con ceiye^ - He - -was -an American, ' the eon of English parents,. and nptwithstandiog themost streiiuftafi exertions on the part of the English and American : 'Consuls the Spanish authorij^p ^ge.m^il, 4e}£r^u;HLed to sacrifice this poor manVlife. On the morning appointed for his execatioii'ilis Vsa toSvijhe<i:but'to the jasual place, amidstagreiit; show of«olernniiy. He Hras imm^iately foUov^edL by, Mr. Bamsden, British vice-consul, and the American vip-?'consul, to make a still farther protest in the prisoner's favour. " Mr.. Eamsdeu;read a doaumeat, protesting in the name of England and America, .decla...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

MELBOURNE. Wednesday, Julv 26. Messrs. Power, Rutherford, and Govj- i^jpbrfc.! that only 1000 cattle were yarfled. ^ Prime quality brought extreme rates. Cross Tared sheep brought a slight ad vance -on last; weekfe rates ; other breeds were "duller. A decision Was;given, in. the' Supreme' Court' on ■Saturday, in the case of The Bank of ;New Sooth -Wales v. Warren, as to the extent to which birik managers can bind their principals. tank Mana ger at Beechworth, named Bentley (since convicted of defrauding his-employers) had made somej>riv»t&; arrangement with Mr. Warrto to lend :hior seine money. Accordingly, in the ;bank books and in ; the defendant's pass-book, appeared entries qs if ' money to the extent of £604 had beenjaaidto Warrea'a credit. Bentley had, ho^ev^r, ijwiid no money to the account, but had only wilaaledsbine pay-slips put in by'himself.. JVarrea, paid Bentley,, 'oot the bank sued him 'for the aimountj"contending 'th§t')the money was theirs and not Bentley...

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MYSTERIES OF TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

V n MYSTEBDBS OF TOBACCO xOmoC tteagnrtenesflf Star Yori of *M*e lure msea ia type no rtteapteil erxferaaipp ia,: wWIiatgiiderne«Di ieMma «£ me eaaruteas qwBt&tf of thb oasrae hreira *"cipj*ng pa{»er *tedi« e*Enr d^ «ec jitodap to tte eei&e in i wdfioiei, <or ishyiug acraes the sidewalk from j Inukto store, like Parthian mhwi* Hxrkerimg *he : ccs, or percbaoce eaashtg to fibe city from tiitmlll* ' a tite inmnoda^ amdiT, Vfcvimg whole bant of, fright cats f "fliis rarely is a profound puzde : winch few even among old teadenii can vizard. ! Bet bene is the asnrer: {"Tell it not- in Gaifa ; ] puMnii itnBtiafiiettreeterfMdflB.") In brief, -we have zt tiris port aa enceroons export trade in ! (for paper between 5ew York asd Havana, i where at eniecB into the roainifafiare of tc/baeca. The trade can be aafawed by tfaooeaode of tone, i KfitarteaBcrleaTatibepnt that does not take oat feBm^flflPtol^im^arffiweMMn^imtoieeg as fejgji as 30,000 xeaaos. Bat a very few d...

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THE WILL OF PETER THE GREAT. PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

THE WILL OF PETER THE GREAT.* ; PBSMMINABY CON3IDERATI0NS.+ ' / I In the name of the Most Holy and Indivisible: Trinity, we, . Peter the jFirst, Emperor and Autocrat of.all the Rnssiansy &c., to all our descendants and successors- - to the! ;throne and government of the Russian nation : God, from whom we derive our existence, and to whom we owe our, crowa, having constantly enlightened us by His Spirit, and sustained us by His Divine help, allows me to look on the: Russian people as called upon hereafter . to hold sway over, Europe ! My reason for thus think ing is, that the European nations have mostly reached a state 'of old age, bordering on im becility, " or they are rapidly approaching it: naturaiiy, then, they "will be easily and imlnbit dbly conquered by a people strong in youth j-wid vigour,^ especially when this, latter , shall have attained its full strength and power. I look on the invasion of the eastern and western countries by the north,; as a periodicaljnovern...

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AN ALARMING STATE OF THINGS (To the Editor of the Town and Country Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

AST AIiABMESG STATE OF THTSTGS (To IhzJSctitor cf fhe Town and Gownbry Journal.) I Snt,—The meeting at 8t. Francis' Hall dia dosed, in authoritative language, a condition of oar mutton supply not by any meant compli mentwy to fee sheep. The conclusion forced on as is, that with 3,000,000 for any100,000 per 0oa*toea£,theteknot mutton enough, There are, .of coarse more months to fill than we ace aware of ; besides flie 700,000 xontU>jb-eaiets In Nfw^&rath Wales, tbereare over 100,000 mil., lion •mutton-eaters—gentLemen by the name of Pcndte, vbo hsre fortlie last five jean taken np tbcir «imffier «end£iice inside mine host ; somebuild castles in&eUrer, some ia the brain, and moiae in iiie gtoauu^ longs, ami intestines. These smallpeopte dilute our rights, wd a# claim the lion's share of ma mutton—The con tact has gone <dn fo mae tiB8 ; ofc first we had vet weather and plenty of gran, and yet the' sheep died; more Indeed went to feed the worms and pig* tit...

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TEARFUL ATROCITY.—A MAN BURNED AT THE STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 29 July 1876

WEAKFUL ATROCITY.—A MAS BOBKED AT THE STAKE. X )££aker, a young farmer of Beu Conrfy, Texas, im recently murdered by Tom Williams, a negro desperado^ who was duly arrested, tried, eoavieted, aid sentenced to be Jrnug the ioUxrwias day. During the trial the coart-rooni was crowded, ana wfapg teatener was pronounced and the prisoner t inned aad taken back to gaol, it *a openly flgHitmrf flat be should be burned, as banging war too good for Mm. The next day a crowd grifated around the gaol and demanded to be admitted. Hie Sheriff had gome home, leaving the gaol in charge of a depaty. Tfaedoora were opened and a dozen, sign. entered- Williams -was pointed oat to tbexa, aad he was takes and bound seearelv to fbebu&of a horae, aad taken off 011 the Bell •Coonty read about two mSes. Dismounting in a <patch of woods by the rosdeide, they bowed two young saplings, fastened them together, making a stiff arch, to wbieh they bound the negro with a chain. His feet were made fa...

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

DEATH.   On the 16th instant, at Toowoomba, infant son   of Sydney P. Fraser, Kilmorey.

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THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 5 August 1876

j-■ THE QUEENSLAND NATIONj£L BANK Haii-Yea^y. Mbbjsng. j ■ i The eighth half-yearly meeting of the shareholders. of the Queensland^ationalBaulc, limited, imMd on Thursday at the bankiag-hottse, Qneen-street, at nooni_tirerHoiC~Fr-i3Cr Hart^bwniuul Ai " the Board of Directors, presiding. ■ • •; ^ j The General Manager, Mr. E. : Ri J)ruiy, 'read the nriBw. convening the meeting, aifcsr which' .the'fol io-wing report ■ and balance-sheet: weVe taken as tegd;^- , \ : • j.- """" ■■■■•- •^axH'sMPofc*." :"v, ,The Queensland National lirml^-limited, , " Head office, Brisbane, July 17, 1876. : , " To the Shareholderaofthe Queensland National .Bank, limited.,;. ..... ' V, i "The directors .have nowthe. pleasure bflaying before you the eighth half-.yearly report and' balance sheet* duly (certified by theanditora. ,• ,. The nat profita for the sir months ' . .1 ' ended 30th- Jane, last,, after, :.... d making provision for rebate'od ; bills current, interest accrued on! deposits, duty-on note; c...

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PAUL PRY'S TRIP ON THE WESTERN ROAD. FROM CONDAMINE TO YULEBAH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 5 August 1876

PAUL PRY'S TRIP ON THE WESTERN ROAD. FROM. CON3JAMINE TO YtTLBfiAH. Atlas tTvegot a*start. I have onlybeen eleven days making a journey of eighty odd miles, and. I may Teach Soma in another week. Bat if unex pectedly T sin not detained at the Tchanning Creek^ or, the Yulebah, possibly X may make the journey of about a hundred miles in twodays. Time was, in the memory iif the oldest inhabitant of the old coruitry, when a,-journey of a couple of hundred i miles required this *iid, not onlybf a good team of j horses, bnt of the lawyer, in order that, should the venturous traveller not return to the bourne from which lie Bet out, but have to continue his journey to "tha&l>Gax^ -&(ra'whence ik> traveller rattinaa,^ his mortal affairs might be placed in such orderly, state .{hat the already -expecfarii. heirs or legatees, nught "fihd no difficulty in the way^f: taking pos session x»f their expectancies. T?6w,' it-hai struck me, since I started,, that it would have be...

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