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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON. August 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

®Ijje ^estent ^fer. I ROMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER*\ 1876. LATEST DSTELMGENCE PES ELECTElta TEMBGEAPH. LONDON. August 19. King Pahbmj still rerasingto pay the fine j of 500 puncheons ofpalm oil, the British squadron are blockading. .the coast - off i <W.hydah. . • + , .. " The kirig'is defiant/ and threatens to massacre all JEuropean i^fctlers. The Montenegrins have defeated the Turks at Rutchi." The flatter suffered great loss, having jio artillery, ; - . An indecisive pitched battle ha$3 taken place between the Servians and Turks before .A^exfratz. v-; (... ,■: t ? j f - ' Miiiy officers and soldiers of the Russian armyi hkveivolunteered itd join the Servians, with the permission of the Russian Gosgrjji ment.^ » „ «f f . t- | Efificd ■lCniwn hafefeummbned the Consular. Jaodytoa conference, asking for the media- • tion;qf the Great Powers, whojhave proposed an?armistice. A financial crisis lias occurred in Portugal. Several banks have stjapended^payrijpnt.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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WHAT WE DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

WHAT r J The M. and D. Advertiser says As many" as twelve wine merchants have been arrested in ISTew York on a chaige of manufacturing and Tending " bogus" •champwgn&. ffieir mode of procedure is very simple. . s They buy up the empty cases and the empty bottlesof the importers of what professes to be the genuine article; although ninety-nine hun dredths of iiiis may. be looked upon as .a spurious compound of oldgooseberry, flavored to salt the rawTfeftt., nnri tJiftn arfcifiraally aarated.' The bottles are filled with-sweet cider or roth Sauteme, doctored to give it the requisite flavour and this liquid is itheaj impregnated with carbonic acid gas; coined down with corks which beaxthe brand of the importers, covered with forged capsules, and ornamented with spurious labels. Thousands of dozens of this staff are pat npon the market, and drank at American parties -with the Snost im plicit confidence initsgenuineffi. Young fellows whose palates are vitiated bytobacco and brand...

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BRISBANE. Tuesday, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

BRISBANE. 1 V'V Tuesday, AugaBt 29. -1400 visitors attended the Exhibition yes- j fcenday. A successful concert tookplaoe iaj the evening. ' ■! The New .South Wales Commissioners were entertained ata luncheon yesterday Sby the | ] Council of: the: Association. . The Governor hanged this morning. lie firm of J. and 6. Harris is insolvent. Inabilities£30$0©0. :y Tj£:4t *1-:;Wednesday,-Atigiyt'.30.. ; &BLM.S: P«irl$ the flagshipvdrthe Aiistra^ lian squadron, with CommodoBg.. Hoskins-on - Tjwi^Tias^TiSTOcL , In the Assembly on: Tuesday Mr. M'liean introduced the Publican's Act Amendment Mr. Bell moyed: an adjo\mnn6ift^|^^l Attention: to instructions giveh &ifirtl^Cbm missioners not to recognise -fcfae ring-barkirig of trees as:j»rt fuI5Iineaf^^-<aHwlitiws under; the Land Act of 1868. A„lQng?disci^o|i-i enBued,s&hd. Hlie <&vemmpnt5 gipnfise|l^ tb give tbe matter further' attention. a Several new bills were mtroduqed^. and Mir. ^Do^gla...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

i ?^Maiafii eijpifygniiieas^'an<T' ^3fc®^M<d6hn^IJ to Mi*. F. V^E^I"'»|* f Mr. D. M^Counel's.: l^^^aAasa^JiYESBea ^fco^the Eev. C. M'Culloch,1 owner, to "Sr. Muir, thirty guineas; Mr. M*ConneTs Darham bull The Dane, to Mr. O. J. G. Beardmore, fifiy guineas- Mr. At'Cormel's .Durham bull; .Alfred, to Mr. H. CockaiU, sixty-seven guineas - Mr. M^ConneJ's Durham heifer Biitish lily, tod Woodhouse, New South Wales^ ;I00 guineas ; Messrs. W. D. White and 'Son's Durham boll Sultan, to ' Messrs. Moore and Henderson, sixty-one guineas; Messrs. White and Son's Durham bull Mormon, to Mr. Delpratt, seventy guineas 5 Mr. George Loder's Hereford bull I Highland Chief, to Mr. Geddes, of Cabool : tore, fcriy-two guineas; Mr.Loder's Hereford bull Sir William, to Messrs. Goulson and f Elliott, seventy-five guineas; Mr. Loder's Hereford bull Hero, to. Mr. H. H. Elliott, I fifty-six gaineas; Mr. Loder's Hereford bull j Crown Prince, to Mr. Muir, fifty gaineas; I Mr. Loder's Herefor...

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MAYTOWN. Tuesday, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

MAYTOWJST. Tuesday, August 29. The escort-left-for. Gooktown to-day 'with 4947 ounces ofgold.

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THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION'S EXHIBITION. (Abridged from the Courier.) SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, August 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

AjSBICQPEnjBAI. ASSOCIATION'S ? * gal - ;BX H f IjfaSlON. - .it";.? •••' •"• j siii -s :rr.- -io { ••»-/ SKCOCT) Da¥—-WctJHSSBAY, AUGUST 2S. «j ' "The -geaiial w^atier" of Monday and Tnes <day csHtinuedto lend its aid to the. manifold Attractibnsof the exhibition on Wednesday, and at an "early hoar crowds of visitors were, branding tfipir way to tie grounds on foot, ori "liorseiiack, and in vehicles of all kinds. There tobs, of ooaise, loot snch a dense mnltztade in ^te iniiidiiig aBd on the grounds as onthe «pramig day; hot there must iave"beenat 'least SOOG persons inatteadaace, a very large propbitio<nof country visitors being present. ■ •; r -On ^>ll ^ides nothing is heard but expres sions of delighted surprise that sach a spltodid exhibition should kave been con ceived and <smiM ddti&y a"e6ciety not quite ■.a year in existence. : - »■ There was a very enjoyable and well attended musical performance on Wednesday Evening, in tine pavili...

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COOKTOWN. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

COOKTOWN. Wednesday, August 30. The Somerset, s., for Hong Kong, on Saturday, last embanked 76 Chinese, taking :With ithem 17O0: ounces gold, and 2000 ^rereigps. • •:

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

lO^CHELL. fFROM ODB OWJJ CORRESPONDENT.] Brightly idamiedthe *noriiing "of the 25th August, andall went merry as a marriage bell, at Mitc^cil, and though everybody behaved with due decorum, the public Bhowed plainly that/ Jfoey were but for a holiday, andmeant most un mis^kably to enjoy themselves. Moreover, I believe,1 they did so most thoroughly. Subjoined iB a detailed 'account ofthe races, , which were on the "whole very well contested; throughout,- and-some most exciting finishes took place. The Foley Troupe .were down and played toa fair attendance at Mr. S. Stewart's hotel, la belle Foley elicitingmuch applause in tlie performance of herpart, while the dancing of Master Foley wm particularly admired. - Thehurdle races were in great favor, there being more entries for them thanthe other races, and in the hack^iurdle race a closefinish re sulted in favor of Fishhtiok,' who through the admirable judgment and riding of Mr. H. Nut ting, came first past the post to the astonishment...

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

SYDNEY. "Wednesday:, August 30. j,,3^e<jC{iwy?oUte poltis a tirm favourite for. the Derby at 5 to 4 ; Cardinal is -also much ■'^eirifesis xs ^rst X^Qyrlte for the Metppoli-; t00vtO 17. ! ,m.v v:! ... .: ■/ . - i

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TAMBO. [FROM OUR OWN CORREESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

TA.MBO. [from OUK OWN COBE.ESEOKDENT. ] Oar township has this day seen its .greatest criminal case, a kanaka named Mattel having been tried at a magisterial enquiry as to the share he had in the death of one Morrison, at Derrick's station. The enquiry resulted in the committal of Martel for " Wilful murder," and it is to ;be hoped that the kanaka will have to expiate his crime, although sundry people say he will get off—why it is hard to say, unless it is because of his being a kanaka; a white man's doom would be certain. The kanaka question is getting very warm up here, and the Government have the best wishes of the great majority of the electors, as far as" their measure for prohibition of Polynesian labourio the sea coast is concerned. The cry against kanakas is no party, cry; every .store keeper, publican, tradesman, and white labourer, in the district is suffering from the immense influx of Polynesian labour, and determined steps are being taken to contest the Mitchell with the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

V'.& '■ &LES BY J . ;/•^-, i~; .-.. • :.. 4 HOUSEHOLD FUfilfrTURfc Ac. ri *"- ' X,- ''■ l\*^iJCP feCK^TTELL will ^Sl4iy»pubjic auctfen/im I 1 X». SATURDAY, StV^EPTEMBER, at the €5" Residence of Mr. R. Scott, Hawthorne-street, A quantity of Household Furniture,'&c., con sisting of all the usual requirements for family use. "Sale to commence at 11 o'clock sharp. Terms cash. Nojreserve. 192 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. i 3 J u IBtPbB,TAljT SALE ,< >:r i iop ■: HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, : BUQGTV HOBSESl pIkNESS, Sc., &c. TO BELLGBOVErhas received instructions from - JCi. :1fhe.Bev. T. D,. Warner, to Sell by Auction, -on MONiDAS". and TUESDAY, the 25th and 26th ; , Iheiriiole of his valuable modern Household . :r thamiture.. : Full particulars in later issue. 179 iJlDWDJ ISELI/GrBOVE HAS FOB SALE _i privately—•' Several advn ;tageous Business Sites in -the Town of Roma, ;"al£Oi Paddock Lands .. , \ Allotments suitable Jor family residences, at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

NOTICE *TO .SQtFATTERS, DROVERS, ... 4,' ;w31feel Obliged; "would, com so that lie to.®ve tie public sl-corrccfc account of : «U stock travelling through thedistricfc. .• , F. KIDNER, . -,.• '•;••■•• '•'; ••> : ■ ~ Ewprietor. THE ^WESTERN STAR™ NEWSPAPER, -ii • •• :.- •: • JJJ» - :i ' tHENERAij PRINTING. OFFICEL ?< '-.WiVJ ~tVt •• - VTIHE' above fias t^-llEMOVED to .the New "if?: >i&emisa8,:ii6zt'to Mr. Ryder's, -Qoee^g Ai-m« Hotel : SOTICE, \ NY p^6nbringingadvM4i8emeHt8 <or X3L jonteringpimting- fori a»y' public purpose whatever, Vrffl be held^PEESoNAiAY. : :&esp6nsible for the Eame. >L,'V. .* Proprietor! ~5 .atTEESTSLA.ND UMTTED. -/ / 5G^3REt^L^(M^O. ^ , ^VVjTH POWKB TO ISCBEASB To Onk MILLION). . SOBSCKIBBa>JCj^ITA3^ £500^000. Patd up Catetax, £250,000. , IheM ^ ■; ••• I". . BILAJTGHES. Beenleigh. : " OhaiteraTowera; <0ook)l»Tm . Dalby Gymple • Ipswich. . ■„ < ■ ■ "Warwick Tambo Maryborough Millchester Roma ...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

ENGLISH MAILS. Torres Straits Hoote.—Will close at Boma 011 September 4,at8"30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

: ?. ■ |" ' H^ASD^XPl V the BUnjHRG FOOT) Of ^IHEKGK&l) • i^emplarS hall: , A CONCERT , WILL, be gijfen fiy ike B6MA. AMATEUR BAND, ■jtssisted. by Ladies and Gentlemen from the town and country, on — FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, 4.T , T H E , C 0,U RT h 0 US E. Doors open at 7.30, performance to commence at & "Admission; -2s. 6d., payabWat tlie'doors. ' .5- \-'-h FOR SALE. PRIME .CAPE BARLEY; HAY, CHAFF, and CORN. . 182 S. S. BASSETT. ^ F. MORRISON, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, \'->i i '-i- ■ : I JASD , / TJJSTIPEIRT A -FTFSJR^ ROMA. 177; * .. NOTICE. n" I HAVE in my possession a Brown Mare, on branded, which I claim as my'properfcy. ' Any one showing a better claim, can have, the same by paying expenses. , - BERNARD SMITH, " Hoant Hutton. August 22, 1876. 178. NOTICE. I HEREBY give notice that I will not be respon e-sible forany Debts my WIFE; Caroline tian neft, may contract, asjshe has left her home with out any reason or provocation whatever. V : ; : LEQNHARD LANNERT.1 Malver...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

? I/ALBY. TFROST OCB ovrs ijOBEBSPONDENT. ] ° At'a iiJeeting of the Municipal Council, held duiingHfche week; a lcttc-r tt-aa read from • the. Hon.:iT. Pi Bell, stating that' there had been. placed -on "tbM ^Estimates the stiiu ot ^5(K> ifot improving the mad; between here -and Roma. That will help to do a little to keep the road passable until the iron road is open. . One of the Alderman brought forward a motion reliitive t6 the recent insult to P. Laiidy, J. P., by the; Stipendiary Magistrate, when' tiwy were acting conjointly upon the Bench, and cbmplained that the .Colonial Secretary seemed to have forgotten the matter.; Mr. Landy being Mayor, it was the opinion, of souie that the Council should take the affair , in hand, but Alderman Adam# pointed out that^ as he was acting aa magistrate and not as Mayor when the insult occurred, it had' nothing to ;do with the Council. .Some dissatisfaction also appears to have Arisen in ^reference to; the labour employed upon the repairs o...

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ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING OF THE BED CROSS LODGE, No. 41. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING OP THE BED CBOSS LODGE, No. 41. j "" [COMMUNICATED.3 The first anniversary of the Red Cross 'Lodge was held on. the 30th ultimo. The programme was commenced by the Roma Amateur Band, under the able leadership of Mr. James Saunders, who inarched them to the Oddfellows' Hall, where the. Templars and Oddfellows awaited them to form a procession. They then marched, accompanied by the inspiring strains of the band, through Wynd ham-street, down Bungle-street, round _Lewin!s comer, and from thence np to the Court House through JM'Dowall-atreet. After a few minutes rest they returned to the Oddfellows* Hall, and broke up to prepare for_tea at the Courtfiouse, which was kindly. lent ,by the Police Magistrate. The procession. looked very imposing, as both societies were -dressed ih regalia. The Templars were rather short of regalia, ..as'I believe they were disappointed in some they expected; however, thei Oddfellows made np in that respect. The Tem plars carried a ve...

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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 — 2 September 1876

OEiaiNALCOEBESPOTOENCE. TheEditor is not responaible for any opinions ieajpress^by(htttspondents,as these columns - " «reopen, to thep ee discussioii of all subjects 4#]>ublicinUrest. To the Editor of the Western Star. : Bm,—With aviewof deciding matters for the . future afc publis meetings, and alao with a view of j>reventinga repetition -of the scene which oc curred on Monday evening last, I write for your : .Tilling oin 4hi8 folio wing points ^(1.) Has the Crhainnaa of a meeting power-to -propose, or ' *econd, any reeolution or amendment which may •come before 'themeeting while he is in the Chair ? (2.) Has he any power to speak for or ' «gainst any resolution or amendment, unless he ._.;i vacates the Chair? (3.) Has he any power while in the Chair, safB&at of brining forward the . ^business of the neetaag,' puttang resolutions or {amendments to fcho meetings endeavouring to maintain order, an impartial bearing for each speaker, and if necessary giving his casti...

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ROMA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

•. ROMA MUNKHPALCOUNCm AV^0(a^A^C3Q£lite-Ck>^cil was made for ■Saiarday laBt.-i ^Ail'-^t& membcra 'were present fonnes gentleman is <m a vaailt& Brisbane at present. • ■ £ <-?*■ pi ,4f.« i S*•'«-«»' - •-| WBSKHHI£SGyHK ^TKHMMBNT or ASSESSOR. following *Ie&£er wasread by the Town Clerk W • - ' ' 1 "'•;';•'v*;' " Rpma,:26ftAngnst, 1S76L ' " TheVTorahipfnl the M£yOTand /Aldermen of the .Municipality of Roma. ' 4 ■■ '■r:",GeDHenaen,^4ji'i»coOT5biW%?fc^yonr demand Ihimd yon herewith''.Bate -IfitiilAieatiBment Books, (four) as 1 the assess " I havB^he hanar*to be, gentlemen, ri ¥o»robediant aaryant, ; H::j i;^^ia33EGGRAWFORD.M , M&ega^zStypi■■; Alderman W. SpfetM sewmd)^—15iail«ie lodiioii'iwpointiiig 3ir. Gaiwf(W aaaesi^&e rasjomdecL Alderman SACNiXKBsmoved an amendment— That as Mi** Craw ford had Eurroud^redhiBclaim to keep posses sion of the .^Goi^a^bn: property, he (the on with the assessratit of thetowiL'J * ^Eq^s^oS;. ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, August 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

SMALL DEBTS COURT.. Tuesday, August 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.} F. Kidner v. W. C. Balls.—£4 advertising. Verdict for plaintiff^ with 8s. costs. Basse ttand Skinner v. G. W. Barrymore.— £416s. goods sold and delivered. Verdict for plaintiff, with 8s. costs. Thompsons. M'Ghee.—£14 goodB sold and delivered. Summons continued, there being no retain. Thompson «. Fisher.—-£5 5s. forrefreshments.; Verdict for 15s., profesBional costs'£1 Is., costs of Court 8s., one witness, 5s. D. Baily v. John M'Ghee.—£2 6s. refresh ments. Verdict for plaintiff, 8s. costs. H. Young «. J. Holstead.—£2 3a. forwagea. The plaintiff said he did not make the agreement with defendant himself; his son agreed with de fendant, but was not present. Mr. Salmond,. who ajjpejffedfor #defendant,\said that the son hadievidOTtljfededeived his father; he (the son) had received ^considerably1 more from defendant than the amount of wages claimed. The Police Magistrate said he must produce his son if he expected a ve...

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THE GOOD TEMPLARS AND THE CORPORATION. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

-33DS GOOD TEMPLARS AND TffB ■ , CORPORAHON. To Uvt Editor of Hut, Western Star. * SiB,;—As thti Corporation were elected by the |mbU<vIthiak*hs^Bayiiigs and doings oughtto cepnb&JyJcriticised, particularly when theyshow a, vindictive spirit to a society that has done 2ui immenseamount of good, I allude to the . <Sood Templars. When the present Corporation was first fonried ihey refused to .allow them to ' lioMtheiriaeetiBgs In the Town Hall, unless the Town Clerk was. allowed to sit inside to re fKirt proceedings! .Did you ever hear of such a . xidiculotis steafcagemto keep the Templars oat. They know perfectly well thatno stzanger could be/pissent.M axne^aBganleraliie belonged to the : ■Order., This was before the new Corporation fceldtheir.&stmeetangjaftersometime they yieldedapthe key wifchgreat reluctance. At :. . iheir 'first; meeting they decided to charge the T^pla^ ^ven/ shillings and sixpence for each meeting.-. One'of' the Adermen (Mr...

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