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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

SALES BY AUCTION. MOB3>Ak, <>(J'l'OJfctKB~grgr M S^iWIaak, _ TT% J. C0TTELL will sell by Public Auction at JL*j. his Mait, M*Powall-street, Roma, on the *bov^day at2 o'ck>ck, sharp, . l §fitmg Horee Dray,- to cany 3 tons 6 SetsBaraess ' I Tarpaulin20feetx 18 feet. No Ueserve—Terms Cash.1 VALUABLE GREEK FRONTAGE. ■ * •« . ■■ "#_1 J. CO ri JllLL has been instructed to Bell by XV. 'Public Auction,. ..,,... street, Roma, ™ M O ^ 11 o'clock* Allotment No. 2©fSectioii,' containing 15|acreBj:; of aboutlO chains to ; About 10 acres of the lot are fenced in^'Snd a. portion (about 4 acres) is now under estivation. The crops on theenltivated portion, are to be the property of present owner, who will pay a fair rental until they are gathered. The other improvements on this property consist of a latge hat and kitchen. Property Act Terms at Sale. H O £ S E S ! HOBSESJ! BJ. COTTELL has received instructions from ■ lie. Wm. Carroll to sell by public auction -at his Sale Yards, b...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

. «J.y JJISLOJ vJSittS; - AND OTHERS. - - ^^OTLIro^etorott^lonrnd will feel obligee : -JL if gentlemen in charge of travelling stool passing throujjhihe Maraaoa district,: -would com innnioite to Inm their dest^ataon, &c.> so that lit *^1™ 'fcble to ^jyc ^enpnljlic a Correct account -oi . «11 stock travelling through the district F. KIDNER, Proprietor. THE " WESTERN STAR," NEWSPAPER, •- ABB" GENERAL PRINTING OFESCE. THE above has, .been REM035ED to the New r Premises^ next te ^Mr. Ryder's, XJueen's Arms . HotoL ~ NOTICE, A NY person bringing advertisements or JLJl. ordering . printing for ; any vpublic .purpose whatever, will feeield rEBSeSAiLV RESPONStBiasfor the same.- < FRANCIS KIDNER, ' ~" Proprietor. - Western Star Office. 1 J. W. JOHNSTON & Co. -1— WHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. WIFE ; ' Aim SPIRIT MERCHANTS. - WOOL STOSm „ -■ r-,.:.,;..■ 1 jF. MORRISON, BiriLEi.ER, QONTRACTQR, • V-'8;"'3 ■ 3Uri> ~CTJSrX3E IRT A ~RT.E3B, . ROM...

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WARWICK. Monday, 2nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

WARWICK. 1 * Monday, 2nd October. A large meeting was held to day to take into consideration the railway charges. It was resolved to petition Government to re duce the rates. - A motion condemning the present classifi cation was carried unanimously.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Wednesday, October 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

Wit% to ROMA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1876. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. —o— PEB ELECTBIC TEUMRAPH. BRISBANE. Wednerday, October 4th. Important telegrams have been received from Trinity Bay to the effect that a new river has been discovered, navigable to within two miles of the ascent of the range. The site of a township has been selected, and nampd Thornton. It is distant 65 miles from Hodgkinson. A party of Government ; officials proceed immediately to open the port. The German ship Reichstag, with 282 im migrants, arrived yesterday, having been 112 days out. In the Assembly on Monday, after some -routine business the Bouse went into Com mittee of Supply. The sitting was taken up with wrangling over police votes, which were ultimately carried. On Tuesday a long and interesting debate ensued on the Railway Reserves Bill. Mr. .Buzacott moved an adverse amendment, which was lost on division by 17 to 21. Mr. Palmer insisted on an adjournment, to allow further discussion. Mr. Thorn pressing for &...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. By Pan. - We think that everybody will admit tliat we have been a strenuous supporter of young George since lie became Premier, having taken his part on all occasions; and we have done so with an object, of course. We signified our intention, some time ago, of " going in " for Parliamentary honors, should an opportunity offer, immediately after the "Payment of Member's" Bill had passed; but we have now determined that we will have nothing to. do with either House, that is, as a member, you know, because we have heard that " Mr. Thorn's Bill to make provision" for the payment of member's expenses incurred in attending Parliament", is a very shoit one. Well:it is short, but not sweet enough for our taste only a guinea a day for each day that a member is necessarily absent from his usual place of abode, for the purpose of attending Parliament; and eighteen pence a mile travelling expenses to the nearest seaport or railway, and the actual cost -of the passage ;...

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COOKTOWN Monday, 2nd October. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 7 October 1876

COOKTOWN Mondav. 2nd October. The steamer Singapore arrived this morn ing, and brings 330 Chinese and 300 tons cargo to this port. Her dates via Brindisi are to August 18th, News mostly antici pated ~ - Tuesday, 3rd October. John Lyons, line repairer at the Blacksoil ■Station, 96 miles from Cooktown, was found dead. It is supposed that he lost his road and died of thirst. Tracks found indicate that he has gone round in a circle ■within a hundred yards of the road and water.

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CAN RUSSIA GO TO WAR? [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

CAN RUSSIA GO TO WAR? It is only in the inner circles of, the great diplo matists of Europe tliat anything is accurately knoWtt as to the actual position in which the Great Powers stand witb regard to the question of peace or war; and while the Russian "scare" was on, they were well satistied that all the blaster of the <?o!os (the, recognised,,"mo.uth-piecc. of-the-Czar) ayiiuat ^ftreat .Britain was simply to, beep-up appearance;?,., and which -Elfterall, was sound and fury, signifying nothing.The. actual state.of Russian finance -pre cludes tlie possibility of .her entering upon any serious campaign; seeiug that the sinews of war are money,. <and in. these sinew3 Russia is notoriously deficient, and perhaps, with the exception of Spain, and Turkey, is atthe present mo meat the mist iuso' veutsEate m .Europe, so much so, that the last loan of £15,000,000 which she tried to raise in England was -refused, - " Russian stocks," .says the S. M. Her aid, which took,...

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MR. ROBERTSON AT WOLLONGONG. (From the S.M. Herald September 26.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

(From the S. .V. Iferald, iSeptcnber 2t.) Mr. Robertson devote i three-fourths of his Wol iongong speech to serious business—so serious iliat he will compel us to devote one o'r two articles to an examination . <}f-his leading. positions._ r ETfs $benrg^was the iand;legislation of tlie colony, for whiclihe claims the merit of perfection, for, ,during the last twenty years, is it not chiefly 'the work of • his own hand t First let us test these faultless Land Acts ,as an instrument for settling families upon the soil for productive occupation. On this point *»ur authority must be the Statistical RrgbAer for last year, to , which Mr. Robertson himself 'also appeals." We notice some very important alterations in the com 'plicatioil 'of the agricultural and live" stock returns for the present year; au:l,if tka changes .leave. out certain data winch are necessary for comparison with former ye:rs, they sup- >ly data of another class which will assist our investig-ttioa. The ...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

DALBY. [FBOJI OUB OUTi C0E.RESPOKDEOT.1) He Annual meeting of the members of the': Dalhy School of Arts was held at that institution on Friday evening, the Rev. R. M.dial in in the lite chair, to receive the report of the Committee,. and the ■ Treasurers balance sheet for the year then ended. Upon referring to the latter it was found the Coiniaitteetook office with a balance "of'mortgage debt amounting to £75, which had been liquidated doroig the year, arid for the first 'time since its erectionths, institution was handed'■ over to ai new coitimittee free of debt. The total receipts from,all sources- was £425 4s. and the expenditure £393 5s., leaving a credit balance of £61X33. 10d, ont of which however a bill dr £30 -for mw books had to be nut. The twelve, months lure of tb.3 hal amianted:to. £103 19., for tlie rent of piano, for about three months' or. sines its arrival, £6 5s., the Government Endow ment, regulated by the amount of donations and subscriptions. £171 19s, and member...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thursday, October 12th, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

MUNICIPit "^OtJlffCIL: • i Thursday, October 12£hi 1876. The asnal maefinj of. thV, Coancil tonk place I the To.svii Hill <>n Thursday evening last . Pressnt-reJHis Worship the Mayor, Aldermen Cottell, "Wl Spehce, Saunders, Tune, .Morrison and Canldwsli. . Thejninutes of the preyiousmeetin* were read, and confirmed. - - \ I The - Town. OiERtt read j£he-€oflowing tetter; I from the Crown liinds Offloe, Brisbane :■—" " Grown Lind3 Officea, ; foxbane, September 4H)th, 2876. ("'Sir,—I hare thehoaorby^rection to.-acknow leSlge the receipt«f yourletter the jdSt°h instant, requeating-the opinion of-the Attorney-General i mpon a numberof.questions .connected "with the position and "status of the presaat Municipality of ?■ Roma: and ia^ply to. the seooad qnery ia-yoar. letter, I am deairedta, inform yon that the bye-lam ; -enacted by thelbrmer^JIunieipal Council of fiema, ;ate not nbwr^Sn^force,' and if desired to be made i available, must be.' re-eoacted. by "'the present f Co...

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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. VIA TORRES STRAITS. (From Monday's Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

ARRIVAL OF THE HAIL. VIA TORRES STRAITS, r (From Monday's ' Co itrfer. j) '' -Mails'per C.3Z.S. Bowea were delivered i* feris Tsaue yesterday. . .. _ Oar latest dates are to August IS, from which the following extracts, are made -"— ■. ' ' "THi sksu OF BEXCOKSFfELD. } ■ ■ The most interesting,, important, 5uar& it Tnay even be said, sensational event, ©f the session has been reserved to the last. At midnight «u Friday, there was rumour that .had .made, his last appearance that e veiling-inthe H-oase- «f -Go 111 ■ mons when he answered Mr. Ashley aud Sir W. Harcourt on the .subject of -tjie. foreign policy ■ <)f England. ' At ttie: time,1 the -repbrt w&s gener ally (discredited. Next morning it was confirmed, and the newspapers ?reoe ^llufcliorised to isaj!" jtbat Mr. Disraeli was'io bfe sailed to theHouse of Lrards as the Earl of^Beacpqsfield... Ih;is the ^aymer leaps over; the; t wo! u fcertnedtary tide* ^f-baren' and" .viscount, and assumes the olde3t an...

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EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

| EXHALATIONS FROM MY PIPE.' By Pas. We thought we; had provided for Macalister and his family, hut, as usual Sitid' we have been mistaken.! It appearstkat Mac did not .find the. necessary sureties prior to liis acceptancee of the, Agent-Generalship, hnt as he was not asked to - do so, we really cannot see why he should he, blamed for that. There are some other people whom seem to be of onr opinion, and they also think that Mac has been badly dealt with in this .matter. s<» much so, that they have made a pro- [ pasal to have his salary raised' in consequence, a:id we are decidedly of opinion that they are quite right. Yoii see Mac is sure to turn out, a super-excellent Agent General, and will save ; such enormous sums to the colony, that a few extra hundreds added to his salary will be— well, a mere fiea-bite—o'.it of the siid savings ; so we hope the House will S3e' the propriety of granting the proposed increase. We are sorry to observe however, that-one of Mac's sons—w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

TO SQUATTERS, OVERLANDEB8, ASP THE PUPLIC LN GENERAL. Lu C. JOHNSON, WHOLESALE and -RETAIL Manufacturer of every description fl£ Saddlery, Collars, Harness, &c. Tie only manufactory of the kind in the Western Districts. All Saddles manufactured -with the Latest Colonial Improvements. LIBERAL DISCOUNT MADE FOR CASH. MARA NO A SADDLERY, 23 L. C. JOHNSON. SPENGE AND CO., LEMONADE, SODA WATER, SARSAPARILLA, & GINGER BEER MANUFACTURERS, M'D.OWALL-SmEET, ROMA. COEDIALS of all hinds of the best quality* Country Orders carefully and promptly attended to, and packed in the most secure manner. 24 JCOB SALE OR TO LET. THOSE newly-erected premises, known as the DROVERS' ARMS HOTEL, Situate at Hoganthulla, Warrego District; 'and on the mala mad "from- Roma to Tambo, Spriiigsure, Blackall, ArAtnac, The Thomson, Diamantina, and all the Western ^Districts ; and adjacent to and - surrounded onfall sides /by the following stations, na&ely:—Burenda, . 'Nive Downs, Hoganthulla D...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Monday, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

LATEST IXTELLIOEXCE PEE ELECTRIC TELE3BAPH. BRISBANE. Mcii4dav. ©<ftober 9. The. Assembly disagreecTwith the Council's amendment on the NH%jgation BilL . The Volunteer Bill was read ja -firgk fime. ■: The Port Albany Bill, the Municipal Endowments Bill; and the Fire Brigade?a-j^ll were read a second fiin'e." "" " """* In Committee of Supply a number of items were>|wssfed. 1— On Tuesday the principal business trans acted was the second, reading of the Railway Reserves Bill, which after a long discussion was carried by 20 to 15. On Wednesday the Council's amendment on the Stamp Duties BUI, exempting liens on wool from its operation, was disagered to. The Port Albany BUI passed through com mittee. A message was received from the .Lfgisla tive Council, forwarding a resolution recom mending €he appointment of a Commissioner «£ railways /who wpuld devote his ^hale tim4to the^aties office. The pal Endowments Bill passed through -com-, mitfcec, r In Supply, the item of £6000 a...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

LOCAIi»A3?© GENERAL NEWS. A waggon loaded for Wienholt Bros, of J51ythe dale, -'wJwf *to- ^ kearly<• part ^6f 'tte . :*r©eSc'. been WntifiSy"1«fttisntt&i> by fire 'a 'few miles on the Dalby side of Wallan. It appears that one of2 the Imeni went :<witli?the-bulif>cta -some j miles from* the -dray"-and'-«t4yed" TOth'-thjetn3 all night. In the .^morning Harvey {the owner of the waggon} winir out to relieve his mate, leaving the waggon aud camp apparently safe. When Harvey's ,uwte.-amv^-in,camp he found the waggon"aiicl"loading burning furiously. Neither of the men can forui any idea how the fire originated, as there was no grass near "the" camp and. the men's fire rpi a long »-ay to.lee-" ward of the waggon. It "Bins'; h^vebssii eifelrSf the work of an incendiary or,s^Q.ntaawjns com bustion ; the latter supposittoil 4^-f6rai3d" nn the fact of theirbeing nin^ bales of oaten ^ay, .w^ggo* :"„j Jij.J.J. f S kJj*Ai 1 ■ A piibBc meeting and entertainment" ...

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THE COLT NEWMINSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

_r ■ THE COLT NEWMI3STSTER. In answer to the groundless insinuations that the 'Derby favourite iNewminster was never seriously ill, Me. F. H, Dakin, the' trainer of the colt, writes -—** That the colt was trery-seriously ill and caused us intense anxiety there is no manner of doubt.. He was hurt on the 5th of August, and on the 6th, 7th, and 8th -we hardly expected him to live, for he was stretched out in his box like -& dead horse, groaning or else looking piti fully at his flanks. On the 6th he took a turn for the better, and ever since then, with the exception of a slight relapse on the 12th August, his recovery has been sure and rapid. That he ever fell off greatly is an erroneous impression. He lost some flesh, and was weak for a time, but certainly did not start in his training again at a greater disadvantage than if just up from a paddock, as your reporter had it. He exhibited^ few lisg&'ing symptoms, ceoently, which we were quite at a loss to i account .for, ...

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LONDON. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

LONDON. September 12. j The Spanish Government in replying to the complaints of the Protestant Ministers, stated that religious demonstrations only were forbidden, and that the same rale would bs applicable to Catholics. * Indignation meetings continue to be held in England in reference to the position of the Eastern ^Question. At one meeting John Bright declared that England was solely res]>onsible for the war in the East, and the outrages in Bulgaria. y Mr. Gladstone thought thaV England's honour had never been, so .compromised before^/ ; , V : ; *J '.O •.

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NEW ZEALAND. Anckland, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

% rTTI -> ' Aii^kniL'Odfcofer d.*^ ! The.rSan. Fraiicasco mail streamer amVoS ■ yesterday. r| In San Francisco 1000 cases, of small,ppx liadocciirred since May 19.' Vaccination is being rigidly enforce*!- -—•—: ; ; - •—— ■ * •" "j (Abridged from the Courier. J ... ,, SmsiTOBB, Ojfciber J.-r TJieJRusdan Press is-: confident that peace between Tjirkey and Servia and Montenegro-will be restored, the conditions j of which will be promulgated at the conclusion of the existing armistice. It is understood that at present the question of an extension of the territories of Servia .and Montenegro will remain in abeyance, but that subsequently the autcHiomy of these provinces, will be secured. ' A farther suspension of hostilities foreight da^s has been "agreed to. The Northern Powers, it is understood, agree to the proposals for peace submitted by the British Government, but which do' not meet with the approval of Servia. . Russian volunteers continue to join the Ser vian army in considera...

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SPORTING NOTES FROM HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

fiPOBTTJJG NOTES FROM HOME. ■'•(By Bvghyinthe Australcunan.) During the July week at Newmarket Mr. "E. Tattersall disposed of an immense number <jf thoroughbred stock, amongst which were some very high-priced youngsters. Mr. Gee, of Dewhurs&ladge celebrity, got an average of 385 'guineas for his 31 lots; the highest figures.being for a chesnut colt by Thormanby, darn. -A-efcress, by Stockwell, for which. Joseph Dawsonpaid .1700 guineas. B. Peck gave S00 guineas for a bay son of Lord Clifton and Idalia ; ifr. Mitchell Inue^, one of Joseph Dawson's i patrons, gave 1000 guineas for a beautiful >brown colt by King o'Scots, dam i>ulcibella^ Joseph Dawson also took a ches nut colt by Thunderbolt out of Edith, at 620 guineas, and a bay filly by Lord Clifden out of Baroness at 520 guineas, while everyone «ras delighted to see a splendid son of Scottish Chief ind Rupee fail to Lord Stamford's bid of 900 guineas. On. Thursday the Mentmore fitud yearlings, the property...

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ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 14 October 1876

ADELAIDE.' - The Saezsbeamer Bagalore arrived bring ing dites'vta Erindisi to September 1st, and 'vi/t'Qeylpn to September 22nd. News mostly anticipated. The Council of Servia, under the presidency of Prince Milan, resolved not to accept peace with Turkey until "Servia and Bosnia were declared independent' territories. A battle between the Servians and Turks bad been fought at Morava River- Both claimed the victory. A Servian corp? ; ia threatening the Turkish rear. At the International Hifle Match held at Washington on September 26, Featon—for Ireland—made l73pointe;SUide—-New South Wales—170 ; Rae— Scotland—167. Fen-, and Blade vere preatmied witbmedals.

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