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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

EOMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1876. Our metropolitan files, bringing down reports of Parliamentary proceedings to the end of last week, evidence no improvement in the posi tion of the Government. There is still the same pitiable incapacity apparent in all their attempts to carry on the business of the country. Our unhappy Premier still makes the' thoughtless laugh and the judicious grieve, every time he essays to perform the work of the actual leadership of the House. At the same time, that honorable colleague who two months ago declared it immaterial which j member of the Government was the nominal head, is evidently wearying of a discreditable and bootless struggle against the crass incom petency of his chief. The Government sup porters too^ ar£ beginning to-waver in. their allcgiaaice. And that section of the metro politan Press which demanded a fair trial for the Thorn Ministry, has'at length admitted that the hopes of their best friends have been disappointed. From one end of t...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE WAR IN THE EAST AND ENGLISH INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

,THE WAE IN THE E^rjSp BNGIJsk Vr " • INTERESTSV'' • "J> As to the prbspects ofrihestni^jgte between Servia and Turkeyihere is little or jnothing to . be added to what has, been, already saidinour Summary. Public opinionis excited in a sin-. guldrly small degree on the subject of the War, notwithstanding the deputations and deraonktria tions of which we hear soniuch." ; Mr. E. A. Freeman, the scientific historian" of a; Bcientific age, .in -writing letters to the Daily News protests against the , policy : of the Government in .de cimiiig.to give active support to the.: Christian subjects of the Turkish limpire, and the Bishop 6i Manchester has flung the weight of liis'influ ence into the same scale of sentimental sympathy, iiut the pro-Christian agitation whi<& it is . thuB attempted to excite is of an artificial and .unreal i Mud. Lord Derby's view tuat it was the. duty I of England to preserve a strict neutrality, benevo lent neither towards Turkey nor Servia...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH BRISBANE. Tuesday, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PZfi ELECTRIC TETiWRiPiy BRISBANE. Tuesday, September 26. in the Assembly yesterday, there was a long discussion oil the classification of goods carried by-the Railway. Mr. Palmer urged that there should be. only two classes—weight and measure. Mr. Bell complained , that Mr. Statham Lowe led every Minister for Works by tie nose. < Mr. Walsh .said tliatthe present differential tariff is illegal.. In Committee of Supply there was a long acrimonious discussion over the vote of £10,000 for immigration; The Government was found fault with for not exacting the .£5000 security .from Mr. Macalister, as re quired by the Act. The vote for; immigration was ultimately passed. In the committee on the Land Bill to-day; the remainingclauses were passed wijfch import ant amendments. Adoption of the report was made an order of the day for Tuesday next. Wednesday, September 27. Messrs. Stewart andEdmondstone presented several petitions in favour of Mr. M'Lean'a Publica...

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THE OPENING OF THE JEWISH SYNAGOGUE IN TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

THE OPENING OF THE JEWISH SYNA GOGUE RS T03W00MBA. The dedication and consecration of the Jew ish Synagogue in this to«n—and the only one' of the kind in the colony of Queensland- -was performed on Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. "Samuel Goldstein, who has recently arrived from London, expressly to take charge .of the Hebrew congregation .'on Darlhig JBowns. There .was a very, large attendance of members of the Jewish persuasion, and a considerable number of ladies anil gentlemen, mot -members at the congrega tion, wera also preseat, and were mueh inter ested in the deep solemnity of the dedication services. The foundation stone of -the building was laid on the 3rd of August of last year, by & Ben jamin, Esq. The style of architecture adopted, is that of the Grecian Dorie torder from plans prepared by W. Powell, Esq., architect of tins town, and the construction of the building has been faithfully carried out by the contractor,' Mr. GqdsalL The committee hare evidently spare...

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LONDON. September, 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

LONDON. - September, !!). The Phfladelphia CentennfeV ^Internatiobal Rifle Match cameoffat Cr^Moor on ihe L3fch and 14th instant JSach 'shots were fired by each competitor.otianges of 300, 900, iand lOOO yanla. The Americans were victorious, sewing 3126,; Ireland 3061, Australia 3062, ScxrclamlSOBL, and Canada 2924. Another match: /between ihe same teams takes place in Wa^bii^on at Hie 'end of September. The Spanish ^kivefnment hm ordered the removal of all outward Protestant signs from chapels and schools. ' -

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. VIA SUEZ. (From the Courier.) Mails via Suez were delivered yesterday, but our files to hand to August 4 are exceptionally bare of news of interest. THE TRUTH IS NOT IN THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

ABRrVAJj OF THE MATT. VIA SUEZ. ■ ■ i^Erom the Courier.^ Mails sia Suez were delivered yesterday, bat oar tiles to hand to August 4 are exceptionally bare of news of interest. THTR TRTTTH IS JTOT IN THE&L In the House ef Commons, in. answer to Mr. Barker, the .Premier gave a long and minute ex planation .with regard to the alleged atrocities in Bulgaria. In the first place, he read-extracts from the reports of Sir H. Elliot as to the origin of the disturbances in Bulgaria, which had been got up by foreign agitators, and which com menced by the the burning of Mussulman villages and outrages on the Mussulman popula tion. The Circassins took revenge for these excesses, although their doings, according to Sir H. Elliott, had bauu greatly exaggerated. This brought the affair np to LIo:id^y0 June 16, when the first detailed accounts of. these atroci ties appeared ia the newspapers, and the Duke of Argyll Mr. JTorster put questions upon the subj-vi. ilr. Disraeli enumerated the pri...

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SINGAPORE. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

SINGAPORE. J ' September 24. The Porte hag refused to gran tan armistice but will consider 'anypropqs^madefor peace. . ; \ ^ The Sultan Homed has been invested wiiih ' the Sword of State. ; The Marquis of Hiriangton in a speech made at the Cutler's feast, advocated the calling together ofPariiaoaent to consider England's futurepolkywith reference to Turkey;. - pi-■'■ f"-: ilrrGladstone at an indignation meeting held in Xjondon, withregard to t&eatrociiiea committed by the Todswi CSuistaansm Bul garia, said i^t ^e^astraii QnesfeHa iajnired speedy settlement and advocated the hearty co-operationof England and Russiato obtain, that object. The meeting voted that an . address be ; presented. to the Queen praying Her Majesty to concert measures with other Powers .to exclude Turkish rule from. the: in surgent provinces. An attempt of the Turkish, forces to pene trate intoMontenegrowasihistratedwith. great loss ol life. Lord Derby defended the action r: of the Government in not int...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

DALBZ. frEOM ODE OWN CORRESPOND ERIC.! The first consignments of genera.* merchandise came through from Brisbane on Thui-idr.y last, "and with them, a copy of the new scale of goods rates, bat ns 110 classification lists are available yet, we can at present only guess as to what goods som - of the rates refer to. Under the head of " Agricultural," [ appear two rates, goods classed under No. I being carried at 40s. a ton, and under No. 2 at 25s, but it will take a classification list to show to what goods these apply. The new rates between Dalby and' Ipswich are much the s-.rae as formerly, a little less in some instances, whilst the additional carriage between Ijis.vicli and Jirisbane, apneara in every instance to be less than the river freights. I took but a '.-nrsorv gbuice at the tables, and will-probably . refer to this subject a^jain, when the remaining documents are to hand; bat I noted briefly follows : Take the cost of a case weighiog I cwfc. under 3rd class by rail-; wluch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

mLES ^ HORSES! HORSES!! ~ | f J. COTTELL lias received instructions from dLli. E. ^a^ngaI, E^., tose!l hy PnblieAnc tion on MONDAY, 2nd October, at 12 o'clock, soon, at his SaleYards behindthe Town Ball. 2 Draught Colts, Unbroken. 1-1 3?irie upstanding Hacks, young, sound, quiet and rat, among which are several fit for •Buggy or Light Harness. - - TennsOash-No Reserve. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. R .J. COTTELL "will Bell by pnblic auction early in October (date in future advertise ment.) 120 Head Horses, in good condition, consisting of Upstanding Hacks, and Light Harness Horses, Broken and Unbroken. Also, one Thoroughbred Entire, by Sailor Boy ont of Vanity. 221 I^DWIN HAS FOR SALE J privately— ^^? _ Several ^viiatageous Business Sites in the Town oJl Roma; also. Paddock Lauds Allotments suitable ; for' fomily residences, at speculative prices • Also, several Conntey Properties - Abont 1400 aged Ewes, to lamb in December . Several lots of Store Cattle,, the progeny of Milking'bferds : Abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

NOTICE TO SQim*PI®ES, BROVERS1 f%%^||^^yi^|r^piU'jpanial -will feel obliged „.<.. . • ~&taxge of travelling stock b usfitta district, would oom - irH«^liwition, -&a;, 8otb.at he ■ ■snll^6SaJ9i|^S^^^iferjab'lic.a ■ correct. account .of ^e^jtistaiet. - . V,.^" :. Proprietor. THE ""WESTERN STAR" NEWSPAPER/ and ; '•' ;" v GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. fjOEffi above kas "been 6EMOVED'to'the New JL Premises, next to MrvRyder'e, Queen's Arms HotttL ' _ ■ v.. NOTICE. A NY ■person bringing advertisements Or _■ ~ /* ordering printing for any public ' ';%m^«wwhatevwt<T^®ei»dd personai^y responsible for tbe same. ' ■ * FfiANClBEIDNER, .Proprietor. .*•• We&ern Star fy&ie. J. W. JOHNSTON & Go. WHOLESAJJE & RETAIL GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, wIWe ■ i-vv AXB SPIRIT MERCHANTS. WOOL STORES. •' . -- r ■. ■ 24 ; CiONTRACTOE, . . AN» • . U -N -UEBTA K -bJIR, ®DMA- . 177 €OB^&CO.,S J' •: ■ TKEBGRAPH JSSB of <jtrEENS£«AND BRANCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

$&- PLEASE BEAD THIS. THE BEST PAPER IN AUSTRALIA. THE QUEENSLANDER is the largest Newspaper in this Colony, the Best Ad vertising Medium, and is the only Journal in Australia issued with THE LEAVES CUT AND SEWN. IT IS FREQUENTLY ILLUSTRATED. It is published every Saturday Morning, a sufficient number being printed in tixne to catch the np-countrymails closing on Friday night, thereby ensuring THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE DELIVERY. . Amongst its Special Features are the FULLEST AND LATEST TELEGRAMS AND NEWS LETTERS From all parts of Queensland, the Australian Colonies, England, America, and Europe, special attention-being given to Stock Move - meats, Weather, and State of the country throughout the Colony. Articles by the best writers on all matters relating to the FARMING, AGRICULTURAL, AND PASTORAL INTERESTS. Carefully compiled' „ MINING AND SPORTING NEWS OF THE WEEK; . EDITORIAL ARTICLES AND SPECIALITIES ,!r on all.the; Leading Questions of the day, ' Law*.-Land. Court, Market a...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. Business continues dull in town, but a revival may soon be expected, as shearing is becoming general throughout the Maranoa and Warrego districts. Loading continues to arrive, and most lines of goods are nowin full supply/ As carriage from Dalby, however, remains at 23s. there is no alteration in prices. Teams have loaded during the" week for Charleville at 16s. per lOOlbs. Deniliquik Stock Report, September 15.— During the week the weather at Deniliquin has been changeable. On Friday last the thermometer stoo& at nearly SO idegrees in the shade. On the following day (Saturday) cold southerly winds were blowing and.-heavy clouds were-visible, leading to -the expectation that we were about to have a heavy fall of rain ; some light showers, however, only fell and the weather again cleared up until ' Thursday, when the sky again; was overcast, and there appeared to be every prospect of rain. But again we were doomed to disappoint...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

BRISBANE. Jf&om our owk correspondent. There are signs of the times abroad, and evi dence of the approaching dissolution of the Ministry, and from the same cause that liberal Governments always have broken up," viz., inherent weakness and want of agreement among 1 themselves. The public were quite startled one evening this week when the Telegraph, which everyone knows has been the -Government organ all along, came out with a terrific leader de nouncing them and this without any previous warning ; it was so hot that one was inclined to think it was written for the Courier and got into the Telegraph, by mistake. The writer denies ; that the Ministry are'" carrying out a distinct and definite policy," and that anything .worthy of the name of "a fixed and,definite policy" can be detected. He speaks of the Premier's readiness "to alter,asad trim,"" and says that ; there is not a " single principle ..which the Pre- j mier is not prepared to sacrifice" at the<«om- :i man...

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CHARLEVILLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 23. (Before Messrs. D. Okeden, T. Thernten, and R. A. Skinner, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

4CHABEEVILLE POLICE COURT. Saturday, September S3. (Before Messrs. D. Okeden, TL TheraJen, and R. A. Skuinec, 3.J.P.) * Charles ITremen Lord, speared in answer to a charge -of maliciously destroying .certain pro perty of one Patrick Feely. Mr. Salmond (from Roma) -appealed for the prisoner. Patrick. JTeely tof the Commercial Hotel, Sadliera Waterhole, deposed : that on the night of the 27th August, prisoner occupied the room behind the bar; that the same night there were two or three people drinking in the bar.; and prisonermade some threats; that about half-past 12o'clockhe(witness) was on the verandaMooking through a cracE in a shutter and saw prisoner with a can of kerosine in his hand walking away from the rum cask; that next morning about 10 o'clock, on examining the cask he found that a quantity of kerosine had been put into- it. (This witness gave further evidence which "was not of importance.) Sir. Salmond cross-examined the witness at length. R. Morrison, Manager of "Victor...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, Sep. 28th, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

OTTTKICIPAI. (COUNCIL. Thursday, Sep. 28th, 1876. The usual meeting ofGounciltook place In the (Council Chamberson Thursday evening. Present —Aldermen Cottell, Acting-Mayor, (in the Chair) ;Sanndera, W. Spence, Tune, -3".-gpence, and Cauld -*relL . • • The minutes ofthe previous 'meeting were .read :and confirmed. JTKANCE COMMITTEE. The Enance Committee recommended the follow ing amonwts for payment. ■ ■>" ' :' £ *. €. ;Salary andpettycash due Town Clerk 16 11 4 Retaining See CorporataonlSolicitor ...... 5 5 0 Roberta Say labour and cartage ... 14 .<5 O Jordan, Dalby HeriiM, printing, —. 2 3.1 <0 Total .... ... ~5S 5 4 CORBESPOKDENCE. Letters from the Minieterfor Lands, and -manager 'of the Bank of NewSouth Wales were read. The following letter to the Attorney-General was read s— "Homa, September 19£h, 1876. ' •".The Honorable the Attorney-GeneraL " SSirj- -T#m ^iiebteS fy. the Municipal Council •of this town ?to ask yon the following questions, with a view ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

' ■ Awire^ndent fmm t3i^eyjlle ■writing ,ori tlie ! "23rd instant'says :—L^i ve^i- two molis <of' sheep ■ THissed'here on itheir sray-ito ©ubbo, New South Wales, ms^harge sf tMjeSsra. Gordon and Hill; they ] "■were from Oxford Downs, five months on. the road .j ^allnght^J £Ti€»p<iravie re the ■ laiigTo'.-tall «heamg^ ^e%ivW-hiulratherM^ veering- from all "parts of the compasB -with indications of rain ,which: is uadh wanted, but it has not as jet put in an ■appearance. ' As eomeof oar readers may take an interest inSieliounils iaMy 'imported from "Victoria by ithe Roma Hunt Olnh/wj} ^publish the under mentioned iacte, Jfchat; 3srd:'£iroe gathered from sa ^eliatile arrived 1Kb six dogs, and | have been supple- ; mentedbya litter <>f live fine pups since their i arrival in Boma. *Fhfi Grounds are harriers, and ■a. very good even lot; -they were formerly the •property of the Warnambocil Hunt Club iu "Vic toria, but since $Jie "last eighteen months th...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Monday, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

-SMALL DEBTS COURT. | > Monday, September 25. 1 ■' J. B. Atkin x. J. Watson—Agistment, £112s. 8d- Settled out of Court. J. Irwin v. HeniyAhPoo—Goods £612s. lid. Verdict for plaintiff, with 9s. costs, and three witnesses at 5s. shillings each. J. Irwin v. Henry Ah Poo—Goods £1 le. Id. Case witlidrawnby plaintiff. J. Irwin -®. Henry Ah Poo—Goods £112s. 8cL Case withdrawn by plaintiff. H. Maclachlaii v. J. M'Culloch—Dishonored promissoiy note £30. Verdict for plaintiff with ®S. COBtS. . Mrs. Cornell®. B. Samuels—value of a ring £5. Settled out -ef Courfc. EL Milton v, J. Coburn—Refreshments £8 17s. Gontinued for service. Wednesday, September 27th. "(Before Messrs. 3". B. Nutting andR. Doyle J.J. P) Smith v. Green.—Claim for £15 for work done. £7 was paid into Court. Mr. Thompson for plaintiff, Mr. Salmond for defendant. Ver dict for £1 besides amount paid into Court ; no costs allowed. Myers v. Myers.—Wages £15. Mr. Salmond for plaintiff, Mr. Thompson for defendant. Ver dict for £14...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, 25th September. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

ROMA. POLICE COURT. Monday, 25th September. BeforeMessra. JC B. Nutting and R. DoyleJ!. J.P. John Hastein was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s. or twenty-four hoars in gaoL The same prisoner, was charged with making use of. insulting and threatening language to Ellen Hogan. ' Fined £3 or one month in gaoL The prisoner did not pay the fine and was locked up

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TOWNSVILLE Monday, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

TOWNSVILO! Monday, September 25. A good road for pack horses has been found from Trinity Bay to t&eHodgkinson.

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COOKTOWN. Thursday, Sepetember, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 30 September 1876

(X>OKTOW. Thursday, Seoetember. 28. The EL aajd A. (^mp^^s ship Notmanby, arrived yesterday from Hong Kong And Singapore. She brings advices from London. via Brmdisi, to August 11th." Several. charges in the personnel of the Cabinet are reported as pending. About 4000 miners have been thrown out of work at Leicester, in consequence of the action of ihe Society men; A deplorable struggle is anticipated. . | An alarming outbreak ot small pox has'oc curred at Blsu&bnrn, in Jancashire. Three | streets have been placed underquarantine. Marvellous resultshavebeenachievedwith. the new great gun at Woolwich. A 1700 lbs. shot fired with 340 lbs.' powder, pene trated three feet of solid ironj' at 1000 yards. Several agarian outrages are reported from Ireland. A fearful railway accident has occurred near Bath; 15 were killed and : 100 injured. The weather has been intensely Lot and <fcyv • . " : ; , . - • The Bill approving of the purchase of the shares in the SuezCanal p...

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