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TAMBO Friday, September 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

r TAMBO September 1"R , A .. shea^rs%-oook-;was stabbedT' thiM^om ing ^t;-IienisdtfWTi^stetion by a boundary rider named Towney, with a pair of The poor rfeliow rwas stabbed in several ^places the point of the shearsbeingleftinthe head it is feared thai he will not survive. J Towneyhas and is now'ih1 theTambo Loct-uji t . The country is looking: srelli Carriage is rising, the Kockh amptoh road never having been in a worse .condition than ^afc presesent- r ■—•—- -» ~—- •; (Abridged from the. Courier.) ,,ii Lo:sBON^,Angnst 15. Lnmsden has withdrawn from his matchtoirow Trickett from Putney to Mortlake, -on August 21, for £200 aside, and a: Bet ^of £200, and lias accordingly forfeited lis" deposit of the stakes; - r August 12.—The Eight Hon. Benjaniiri Disraeli,- First Lordof the Treasury, has been raised to the Peerage, and assumes the title of Earl of BeaconsfielX •. The Right 'Hon Earl of'Malmesbury has re signed his office as Lord Privy Seal in conse quence of failing health. In th...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

MELBOURNE. 5'ji' ' Wednesday, August 30. Messrs. Tower, Rutherford; ^aml Co., re port that. 900 cattle were sold at an advance^ of from 20 to 25®hillings per head. of 100 head front Crippslaad brought "up "to £14:. * 28,000 sheej) were penned; Quality mostl^rinferior. Prices easier. «*•>£?

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ACCIDENT TO NEWMINSTER. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

ACCIDENT TO NEWMINSTER. {From the. Australasian.) Quite a sensation "was created in sporting circles on Monday by tihe circulation of a report that the V.R.C.Derby favourite had met -with an accident. Various rumours were floating about, and eventually the report was corroborated. From what I can glean it appears that the blacksmith went down to Point Cook on Saturday to shoe the horse, and had nearly completed his labours, when the colt began to kick and plunge. During his exertions the colt fell, and severely in jured himself internally—so much so, indeed, that he soon became to betray symptoms of pain, and a messenger was immediately de spatched for Mr. Graham Mitchell, who, upon arrival, found Newminster in a state of inflammation, and suffering frightful agony. At first the colt's life was despaired of, but after the necessary treatment had been re sorted to he showed signs of improvement, and at the receipt of last advices was in a fair way of recovery, though it may be some t...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

i4he Town Hall on LU. «« may be and r^. raaiid, There wa» & l^g $£■£»otfon, which jOal.Mr. Thompgon -***"*- a nominated at to Government 'Proved JM fui amendment that * the Corpora ^^tinUscconiuig to Act _at pre is abao trusteeehipof i ,% ckue. |@u»@gKKiinda ^ShA-. 'Act aotbe '^Mr* of Parliainent to ettabte'=ibe Go^pciratMMi to be ■the Trusteesrf the Ikips&jBbrotnid. . -' ' Mr. Salmond,: ob Miig called. ;pj^g&r-|u8 opinion,- s&id thathe tibat it would be betterif.tW.oemeieiry were-vested in the Corporation, butthe Cemeteries Act made itillegal for the latter to hold "it, hence they? must appoint other Trustees. The Chairman wished to know where the money wasto come from to keep the cemetery in brderi . ^ -" ^3UCrl. ^Cs^Earlazue. a .c^aewe in the Act em. powering |he i^G^yeminent:. to make a grant to say money set apart for alBO .pqmted oat that fh« Trustees epuldtnake .Bye-taws and levy fees, and .fewtt that source. , v., , seconded, Ixarried. y the "...

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

It has been said by ah eminent Medical Prac titioner in New Orleans, " give me a supply of "Weston's Wizard Oit and ' Magic Pills,' and I will go through the World and cure all the dis eases the human subject is heir to." Be this as it may, it is an indisputable fact that many wonderful cures have been effected by these justly, cdebraied medicines. For Headache, whether Bick or ferrousRheumatism, Lumbago, Pains and Weaknessin the Back, Spine, or Kidneys, -Pains around the lover, Pleurisy, Swelling of the Joints, Pains in the Bowels, a»d forallNer youg and Infiammatory aeheB >and pains, Wes ton's Wizard (Ml and Magic Pills wjil afford im mediate ease ; and their continued use for a few 4ay» willeffectn perfect pure.—Apvi,

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

loc^lXndge^eral WEW& A large number of >tefams have' arrived |in jEi>Wn jdnriiig the week^ %nd nkriy ' sll lines Hit were i short a few. weeks ago are again in .full supply. Several teams havealBO passed through with station stores px shearing^ ji large Ghaileville storekeeper lias been in Roma .seme days despatching -teams to that town, and sa^plfes will now we hope be moJre th^busltr v *■$ g. ij f| j J jl :Th§ 5^ther cpntiisaea finei Chilly nights; and mornings, and there is every appearance of a dry Spring. Bain is mnch wanted throughout the dsatrict, as complaints of wantofgraKare general; We announced in joar Jast iasuef -that a match would take place between Mr. Johnston's Triumph -and Mr. SahnohiTa Bottler:' B6th horses were on. the race, course last' Saturday, and-started, but, Bottler bolted,.the hoy on his; backbeing quite an-, able to hold Him. _ Tn arinth<?rcolumn wHl be found the list <rf^the; principal rac^.to be run at Glen lnues at...

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

£100 REWARD. "VTTE, the undersigned Stockholders in the VY Maranoa District, having formed ourselves into an Association for the SUPPRESSION of SHEEP and CATTLE STEALING, hereby offer a Reward of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS to any party (except the Subscribers) giving snch informa tion as will lead to the Conviction of any person or persons Stealing Sheep or Cattle from any of our Runs or Paddocks. Any Peraoir laying claim to the above Beward must send due notice of same to the Secretary within fourteen days after a conviction has been obtained, otherwise such claim will not be enter tained. , John Robertson, pro Scottish Australian Invest ment Company. Jonathan M'Lean. James Lalor. J. Leishman Andrews, pro Mylne and Co. Mercies, Douglas, and Co. R W. Stuart, pro Morey and MitchelL Henry G. Biscoe. Elliott, Lethbridge, and Elliott. Hodgson, Ramsay, and Bait. Sydney P. Eraser. M *11 wraith and Smyth. Richard Pope, pro Wienholt Brothers. Donald Ross. Dongar and BelL Craig, Simmie, and Fraser. ...

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TIME TABLE OF MAILS FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICTS. ROMA, DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 September 1876

TIME TABLE OF MATTER FOR TOTe WESTERN DISTRICTS. HOMA, DEPARTURES. For Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, Warwick, Dalby, and Condamine—every Monday, Wed nesday, and Saturday, at 9 a.m. For Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda, Tambo, and Cnnnamnlla—every Wednesday and Saturday, at 6 a.m. For Surat and St. George—every Friday, at 6 &.m. For Taroom and Springsnre— every Friday, at € a.m. These mails cloBe at 9 a.m. onthe previous even ing, excepting the eastern mails, which close half an-hour before departure. i abbivais. From Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba,. Warwick, Dalby, and Condamine — every Sunday, Tues-: day, and Thursday, at 3 p.m. From. Mitchell, Charleville, Burenda, Tambo, and Cnnnamnlla—every Tuesday and Friday, ..atj 6 p.m. -1 From Surat and St. George—every Sunday, at ,5 p.m. From Taroom and Springsnre—every Thursday, at : 6 p.m. Mitchell. DEPARTURES. For Roma, every Tuesday and Friday, at 10 a. m. For Forest Vale and Burenda—every Thursday, at 8 a.m. For Westgrove, via Waro...

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THE IMMEDIATE POLICY OF GRAAT BRITAIN. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

THE IMMEDIATE POLICY OF GRAAT BRITAIN. (From ike Spectator.) | The point on which Englishmen have now to decide, and decide at once, is whether they will fight Russia in a great war because from selfish | motives she is helping to emancipate thirteen I millions of slaves. - That is the issue now pre sented to them, in the most direct and concrete form, in such a form, indeed, that unless they speak oat strongly and at once, they may find themselves this year embarked in a second Crimean War. The -Servians and Montenegrins, whether wisely or foolishly, whether from foreign inducements or from patriotic enthusi asm, have made up their minds to risk all, rather than allow their kinsmen to remain any longer under Turkish oppressions. They intend to light, and the Turks intend to fight them ; the instant the trouble begins, before it has con tinued ten days, European Turkey will trom end - to end, from the Danube to Thessaly and Con stantinople, be in one great flame. The East ern Questi...

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ROMA HUNT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

ROMA HUNT CLUB. 1 During the last month some of our Citizens have caused to be purchased in Victoria, the a in11 fin n i ' i mi'' in ii 7i" 'yimnfiinir nf feelings of some of our community as to then disposal ; it took place at Mr. Bellgrove's office on "Wednesday last, when the following resolutions were moved and adopted, there being present Messrs. Benjamin, Macfarlane, Nutting, Doyle, Johnston, Gaynor, Cleeve, Salmond, and Bellgrove. It was resolved that those present form : themselves into a club, to be called the Roma j Hunt Club. Several other resolutions were put and passed, Among which it was proposed' that Mr. 2ffufcting be the master, and Mr. CleeveSecrefcaiy and Treasurer; both of which resolutions were unanimously carried. It may not be out of place to remark the unanimous manner in which the business was conducted, and the evident desire to m<tke the club a successful enterprise. There is uuoiher feature to which we may call the atten tion of the sporting co...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [This letter reached us by last Sunday's mail, having evidently been posted one day. too late.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

BRISBANE. {f&oh otra ows correspondent.] [This letter reached us by last Snuday'a mail, having evidently been posted one day. too late.] The news of the week-can be compressed into one word "Exhibition." Everything has given way to it, and no business that could possibly be postponed has been transacted. Of course trade has been going on and the shops have been open except on Tuesday the opening day, when the majority of the population of Brisbane seem to have turned out for the show. -The road all the way to Bowen Park was lined with people walking out, and the crush outside the gates be fore the opening when the price was lowered from half-a-crown to one shilling was enormous, and it is estimated that. at least 15,000 people were <jh the ground. The thing has been a thorough success in every way, especially finan cially, and the total receipts by the time the Ex hibition closes «o. Monday evening will probably reach £1504. Of the Exhibition I caa say i nothing, ...

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SPY V. TRAVELLER. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

SPY V. TRAVELLER. To the Editor ef the. Western Star. Sir.—Although fortune frowned upon me at the late meetingoi the Marauoa Turf Club, lam pleased to know that the dame lias net deter* minedthat the frownshould be eternal, for by your lastissue I seethat theownerofth e disquali fied J)ora, it appears has also been roughly handled by the gentle man who brought Traveller {torn Taroom, and who also conducted the prose cution in. the charge which was brought against me for not making my horse Spy win when he really could not do so. Well, sir, the gentleman from Tarwora brought this charge against me, and also brought forward in evidence L. Ryder, his trainer, and rider, to rapport the charge, solely I presume to support the stewards in dealing fairly with myself, but what strange things have occurred since. The gentleman returned to Taroom with the money which the " decision of the Stewards shall be final" deprived me of, although I have yet to learn the reason why they did deprive me...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

| DALBY. [from oue own cokherpokdent. A special meeting of the vestry of St. John was held at the Court-house on Tuesday even ing, the Rev, R. itahalm in the ciuiu-. Tiie financial condition t>f the building funds oT the new church was Briefly stated by Mr- Chubb, thus :—The amount of contract is £1036, of this £600 had been paid to the contractor, leaving £436 balance due, of which the Treasurer held £400 in hand, deficiency £36. But £150 of the £600 already paid had been rais d by a oill Wiiich was now payable, hence £186 had to be provided for, and a further sum of £50 for new seats and new lamps was wanted. Eight mem bers of the vestry were therefore appointed to canvas the town two by two immediately for additional subscriptions and ta at the monthly meeting to be hold this evening. " | The vestry are desirous to be ready for the opening before the Bishop leaves for the -North, as he lies promised to be present, but as he will not leave Brisbane till, after th.; General Syno...

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PROGRESS OF THE RAILWAY WORKS. FROM OUR SPECIAL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

! PROGRESS OF THE RAILWAY W0TIB3. KBflM OTJH At this early stage of the work* upon the" j Roma extinsion, especially as the line ad far it has progressed runs almost a dead level, there are 110 works of any importance calling for any special report, and what has been' done so far «ao pasily be summed up. The work actually commenced on the 9th May, upon which day the first gang of navvies were pat on, though the first sod was not formally turned, by the-Governor, at Dalby, till nearly a month later, on the 9th June. Con sidering how short a time has elapsed since then, and that in the middle of July heavy rain entirely stopp d the works for a time, ending a flood which washed rway several portion? the embankment already thrown up, thei*ro~ gress made is very fair. At the Dalby ier**1"18 a large iron store covering under the on office, store, blacksmith's shop, and sta*®8, was first erected within -the Railway enclose The gentleman who is in. charge of the ofiu* and acts as the agent ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Wednesday, September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

ZXXCTKIC TELEGKATH. " BRISBANE. Wedbesdsr. Sentcmta'ff ' ' Mr. Palmer presented a jpetitroar' signed by 3000 irdriring sustain &*oor of the eight hoars'system. ; The Hons© "wesot inter Coxrrrmttee on fhe Land BilL Mr. a^sed that ring barking trees shosldcoanfcas improvexnents, ■Seyerat amendmento trere fntiyobed and dis cussed- farther «onsCfc^p»<if the Bill in committeemas adjonniei. : ■•■ , In the I«g|r£f^ Stamp Duties and the C^»t<Jfltt Ifetjes".jBills wei-e read a fii^ '*?1ae' OoldiieidsBill read a second tiihe on a dirriBionofc.12 to 5. ■ Tlrarsday SepteiBber T. ' A large and most enthusiastic meeting w: m held in tlieTown Hall Iasfculgbt to condemn the opening of the Exhibition oil Sunday, Upwards of 1700 people were present Bishop Hale moved condemnatory resola lution, which was seconded by Simoa Fraser, M.L.A. ... Mr. Gavin proposed and -Mr. Pettagrew seconded an Amendmmt Baj^brfH^ tJieaction of the Council. !Hie resolution was carried by a larg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

Scoundreubm. —Irresistible speculators are -again at work«ndea,vouting to deceive the pub lic with imported and domestic unmedicated t<irams, by representing them to be the same as or equal to XJdolfbo Woub's ScnfmnA v Aso jjtAirc ScmfAPW. "EhereaJ article bears on its label them^niture ofthe proprietor, and its name Ib embossed on the bottle./ Ask for it and take no other.—Abut. Tt 'ias beat said by an-eminent "Medical Prac titioner in New Orleans, " give me a supply of Weston's Weeabb On and ' Magic Pills,' and [ will go through the World and cure all the dis nses the human subject is hear to.** Be this as t may; it is an indisputable fact that many oonderful cures have beat effee£ed iiy tivue 3%utLy debrated medicines. For. Headache, whether h% or nervous; Rheumatism, Lumbago, Pains mlWeaimesa in the Bade, Spine/orlEidneyB, Psite around the liver, Plemisy, Swellingsof £he Joints, Pains in the Bowel*, and foralLNer fona and Tnflnnwiatory aches and pain*, Wea joo'sJWiatt...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

{LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS. _ We are compelled, owing to press el adver *tisements arriving late, and the length of our telegrams, to hold oyer the report 6t last Thurs day's meeting of the Municipal Council till neit ■week. At toe meeting, heldlafit Thursday, a letter was read from Mr. <5»wford<>ffeiing to 'submit his claims on the Mtuiicipaility to arbitra "tion. This was declined, and a motion was unanimously passed to the effect that the Cor "poration Solicitor be instructed to take the mecessary measureeto compel Mr. Crawford to ^give up the money in his possession, the property •of theMunicipality. A lengfchyreport from the femmittpp ivM wwj—««u}. nfhor lusinesstransacted. Aspecialmeetinglscffled SorMonday next. Mr. Cannon, rail Way surveyor, is now in Stoma. Webelieve it is his intention to ran itrial surreys on both the north and south sides •of the town, to ascertain which will be the best rsite for the railway terminus. We hope that <this i...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

OBIGUfAL CORRESPONDEDGE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinions expressed, by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free dismission .of all subjects of vublic interest.

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 5. A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

' '• ' jSX&NBY.;: ~ - A. J.C. Spjunq HnnKQ. * ohokts Hakdicat;—£ros'i ; Signoza 2 ; Maiden ^m.~Tocai 1: R&ngatiia. 2 ; Corinthiajs Qbp.-—Apology 1; Xeonard 2 ; Great Mjctbopolitan Stakes.—Nemisea 1; Ratalpan 2 ; Irish Stew 3. S-f j atibr,,s"' Stakes.— Tradition I; De liuma 2 j Etoill daMalin 3. .">v ,Thiir^ay,"September7. . A. match for £1000 has beea made between tlxe pedestriknB Apleti offPa&es, and Wat eon, of Scone. :.i Fbke Handicap.—Eros,' 1; Kingfisher and De Mestre'a Colt, 2. $) - Craven _Pi»at3b,—There were only two Starters, Valencia. and Valletta. A splendid tace. resulted ia a df»d beat. The owners - (agreed io&ivide the stakea '■ BwssipsaiT'e 1 * Tertura S; Chev^iej-S£; PbOI>DCK STAKKS^-r-J^UTTSolite Golt, 1;

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 6th. (Before the Police Ma istrate. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 September 1876

ROMA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, September 6 th. '(Before the Police Ma istrate. iASCENT. Samuel Lent was charged with larceny; Mr. Salmond appeared for the prisoner. Sanrael Bassett deposed: I know prisoner; on Sunday morning I missed some barley hay ■out of my paddock; I saw where a portion of barley/had been carried through the fence; I followed the litter, a straw here and there down to the front of Lent's house where some barley had evidently been given to a horse; I then got a constable and with him ran the track back to my own paddock, picking up barley straws as we went; in answer to the constable prisoner said, " I got the barley from Kieseker I ata willing; to Tjav Mr. Bassnit. fnr ii « J 5 „ i/oupvuaceu is exactty the same as my barley, and was picked j up by the constable and myself oil the track from Lent's $o my paddock. James Edwards deposed: I am a contables stationed in Roma; I 'know prisoner; I went with Mr. Bassett to J^eafs plaoe; saw where a horse had been lei «al ...

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