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TAROOM. Saturday. June 26 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

TAROOM. Saturday. Jim* 9.fi i Pitrforf mrocaufBicip. Elastic - , PDBLHUSS' PCTBSE. Traveller . '•...• . STOCKMEN'S pcrse. Creeper ... 'i.; - in j HtJHDtE8A.CE. Kildare ... ... ... mmbers' cop. Pitsford ... ... ... : _ ■ OEAND HAiKICAT. Elastic ... . ' JOBCED HAW D1CA¥. . Traveller. >;■-j .. ; •CQWBOLA'Pioy sta wre'- ■ Aatriga > fj. . ;<■ ■

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. -♦ 1 The EMtor is not responsible for any opinions expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of all subjects of public interest.

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GYMPIE Thursday, July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

"tw ■' ■ railway., Rotations «8^^<^ed . com jnending a syBtem<if cheap wnstracfcion, but regretting that the proposed Gympie line was* hampered by undesirable conditions.

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

CHABLEVILLE. [from our own correspondent.] . ' June 23. There has been an influx of strangers from the West, about Cooper's Creek and the Paroo, on business connected, with cattle and taking -up land. Amongst others I may mention Mr. Dur rat, Mr. Hodson, and Mr. Turner. These latter gentlemen purchased a tract of country from Mr. Durrat near or at the junction of the Thompson with Cooper's Creek, at the reputed price of £4000. . ' _ When a few drays laden with provisions, a. herd of oxen, a few thousand sheep, and a dozen or two human beings . get " carried away in the . flood," our paternal Government will begin to talk of putting a bridge over, or a punt on, the Mararioa. Of .course the bridge will be a low level bridge, like the thing over the Condamine, so that it may be perfectly useless when ever it would possibly be of service, for " that's tiie way the money goes." i A short time ago 7000 merino eweB, the pro perty of (the late '<) R. Russell, Esq., of Mel bourne,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

To Squatters, Drovers, and the Public generally. NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! MARANOA STORES, MITCHELL. Tfi the centre of the town, adjoining the Post and Telegraph Offices. Note- the Address I R. A. WllIPlfAM TJf ^txtrpigg thanks to^the public generally for X^ffheir kind support, begs to acquaint 'tbeffl that he mteniEselliag CHEAPER THAN EVER his vast stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE -which he MUST dispose of, as he ispn constant receipt of regular consignments of supplies from the Southern markets, and engagements must be. met. As he has teem trading with the best and cheapest firms in Sydney and Melbourne, R. A. W. is enabled to satisfy the most fastidious as to the quality of his goods, and his intention is, to CONTINUE "to sell at prices that- cannot be competed with in : Mitchell or the district generally. : ■ '; From his long and -varied experience of bush life, ■ K. A. W. well understands the requirements of all classes of h& constituents, and is fully aw.axe how essential i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

bank:ofitMM: ESTABLISHED, 1817. Paid vr Oawtal, £1,000,000. Reserve Fckd, £383,333 6b. 8d. THE fifM BRANCH rpRANSAiC^^? JftarfdngBumiiess, h 1 including Advance* oil approygd Secarifcies, i allows Interest on. Piled Deposits,: end issues drafts on the ®«nk Braiclies wad J^ticies in \ the Australian Colonies iaulTTmted..Kingdom, &c. '""5 .;"■/' ; ] - ; ;>^ ■ . Ei^3^^il7i5: ^ 9 THE ;^UEBKfiDA1-1FD (LIMITED). ... c^n:M^,j|5oo,ooo... (WztB PoWIE TO QiCKUSE *n if>xg Wmmg) SoBSCRiBBD CAPirjsx, £350,000. Paid otCaphai., £175,435: ' HEJ& £. BRISBANE.' "p' '' Bocnleigh Charter* Towers Cooktown Dalby Gympie Ipswich. Maiyborbugt 'Millchester Rockhampton • .. " Sta&fhprpe Toowobfmba r Townsville. AGENTS in London, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia., Western Austin lis, New Zealand,.Tasmania,New York, San Francisco, India, and the East. THE ROMA BRANCH OF the, aboye Bzuik^grants Drafts, negociates and -collects Bills of Exchange on any of the above-named Br...

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COMMERCIAL Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. . . Friday Evening. Business is doll, and supplies are much needed. Flour, is quoted at £35 per ton ; sugar,, £44. The roads between Dalby and Bo ma are almost impassible. Carriers are scarce and carriage high, as much as 13s. and 14s. being asked for lioma. . -There is an ^especial scarcity of Sour. On the Lower Balonne, near St. George, people are nearly starving for the want .of bread, no 'flour being pro- ; curable for hundreds of miles, and there is little prospect of fresh supplies unless the weather clears shortly. • Mr. E. Belt/; rove reports :— Aii increasing demand for fat cattle for delivery in Dalby ; also for stores of a.ll descriptions. During the past week several large buyers have arrived in town and have left to inspect- herds undersale. Up to the present no actual sales have been effected, but there is little doubt that during the ensuiug week satisfactory, results of negotia tions will appear. Owing to the very cold and wet 'weathe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

POS^NE^E^fc 0F.feAf$/ in conseq. ■weather oil Fri fin, u^^Btogi^ifotic6 that, ^foeilwle&fcift .Etate of the -^j - ine 2^dinstanti,kt the hour o'clock (jik pia^ons being present^ at" the premises of Jfr. jJk-^atinaTi)~g^ The Household Furniture under ofiferof sa»e wi not disposed of. A u% ^j&l^»a af ^hes&.EFgECTS. by u on, Hfert- M'Powall-street, . _ ipihua. e»mmeacij^?atJ[|_ jj'slsck,. .wiieu ja, Sale "will take 1 K AXE, "by. Pjfyljlic Aii cfrion, at "my Mprt, on. S A 'i'tl liQASk? the 15th August, at 11'.o'clock (if not sold prirateTv), • A PIECE OF LAND, 18 Acres in patent, Lot WO, adjpip'pg the ■ Race course. and close to the Dam ; one side fenced. Title. Crown apiaot .Terms easy. "Pleasant home Ftead for amau of small means.". 54 E. BELLOEOVE.. south: attrtt? atjXk coMP.im bams, op THE CELEBRATED WISHER'S BREED. •|^DWm CEia^BQ!yE has on sale, The property fi'Ai. It Davenport, Eso„, Nott on *new at his paddocl£ Early inspection is solicited. 268 . ,.i-;..A...

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SURAT. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

SURAT. 1 (FROM OTJB- OWN CORRESPONDENT.! I The weather, after promising well, has dis honoured its promissory-note, and we are now in what we shall soon quote as our normal state of ■ mud!' The stewards of the races have postponed 1/hem until July 7th, .-one of the body, who in dulges in rheumatism, having vouched .for. fine weather at that date. The stewards argue that; the races must come off on the . first appointed days or as now arranged, as several connected - with the races will have to be at the District Court at Roma.- The-alteration does iiot suit one owner of horses, who thinks Ids chance of success greater in heavy ground ; and those who have nothing to-do with the races or the horses are vehement in opposition, even' to the verge of profane, &c., language. Ail enterprising St. George youth named Hastings, who has lately been running the mail between Surat and St. George, is charged with having made free with some money enclosed in a letter entrusted to him, and ...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

BRISBANE. [feom oub own correspondent. 1 i The most important event of thn week' comes at the end of it. Itispolitical news undoubtedly.* News came to town on Satur day that Mr. Macalister was dangerously ill at Sandgate, and a medical man at once went down, j and on ^unday it was reported that the hba. gentlemanwas ni>t!expected to re /sover. 1 know that he had & fit on. Friday bight,, andanother on" Ji^urday morning. He has been far fromVell for some time, and when the' Education Bill o^e 'before tihe House on "Wednesday night it was evident that the Oppo&tion meji&beis.'didJ notquite take all for gospel tiUat w;as $hen said.aJ>out the Premier^ at»6eiidfeon aobouht of Jilliiess ; it would-ilow appearthat itis a/act, ^ItU. Mtecffipirj some^etf io iren^£S^,^^p^lDL' oilier to understaiid the future. ; Why: were* tjie Opposition so anxioyB to elicit £rom .the , Government a definite statement that 'the. Education Bill; introduced by the Attorney General, ...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.) THREATENING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

ROMA POLICE COURT. - Thursday, July 1. (Before the Police Magistrate.^ THREATENING LANGUAGE. W. B. Murphy was summoned by W. (Jeering for using threatening language to T»m; whereby he was in bodily fear. W. Geering deposed that as he was in the street the defendant called out to him, and said, " Do you see tliis whip ? I will lay it about your shoulders after , the assizes, and then -you can summon me again ; I can afford to pay a £5 note after; I have two papers in niy desk in your own' handwriting, and I'll give you six years." By defendant: I recollect going to your office yesterday; I said I had a-summons for you; you said if I did not go out you would shove me out; I did not say, " That is what I want you to do." By the Bench: I swear positively I am in bodily fear by the threats made use of to me by defendant. ' : • The defendant was bound over to keep the peace for two months—himself in £10, and two sureties of £5 each. J"

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

CHURCH OF ENGLAlSD. ■ On Monday evening a meeting of the mem bers of the above Church was held-in the Town Hall to elect a treasurer and a churchwarden in the place of Mr: Caiman, who has .resigned on. account of his leaving the district, the Rev. -T. Warner presided, and:-opened the proceed ings by reading the following address, which he presented to Mr. Cannan on behalf of the mem bers of tlie Church :— - Deam Sie,—Prior to your departure from amongst us ..we "desire to present to jrou this address, coming from .us as the representatives of the Church of England coajrregation in Roma. For some'con .siderihle time past you have been one of the lead ing members of that body, and, we believe, have doue everything that was in your power to have our form of service established in the district. Dur ing the l^st -twelve months your labours ' have been extremely arduous when taken into consideration witli your, public and other private duties. The thoroughness with which your work1 has be...

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POLICE COURT, ST. GEORGE. Saturday, June 12. (Before Captain Hamilton, P.M., and Mr. P. M. M'Auley, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

POLICE COURT, ST. GEORGE. Saturday, June 12. _ (Before Captain Hamilton, P.M., and Mr. P. M. M'Auley, J.P.) Thomas French was charged with aiding, abet ting, and assisting one Thomas Johnson and others, in the burglary at the Bank of New South-Wales, on the night of the 22nd May. Sergeant Cranny deposed that, on the night of the 22nd he passed through Victoria-street in com pany with others'; in* the vicinity of the bank he saw two men' standing under a tree in close con versation ; he took notice of : them and passed on, but the circumstance created a suspicion in his mind, and he went to his quarters, armed .himself' with a revolver and returned to the bank ; not seeing the men. who were about tli re pre-, viously, he approached the premises very cau: iously;' I he listened, and heard a noise inside resembling a | tramping of feet in stockings without boots ; he ' made a rush at the door with .the iuteution of ! forcing it open, but it yielded to his application, and he entered an...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Tuesday, June 29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Tuesday, June .29. (Before the Police Magistrate.) J. J. Furby v. Pierce G. Copeley.—Claim of £3, for damage done to garden. Verdict for plaintiff, with 14s. costs. J. L. Baffin v. P. J, Marr.—Claim of £3 17s. 10d., value of a horse. Verdict for plaintiff for £2 17s. lOd., -with 9s. costs. . Bassett and Skinner v. W. Gamble.-^-Claim of £10 4s., goods supplied. Verdict for plaintiffs, •witli 8s. costs. Bassett and Skinner v. Sain Mow.—Claim of £5 15s. lid., goods supplied. Verdict for de fendant, "the debt having been owing more than three years. Bassett and Skinner v. Alexander -Craig.— Claim of £2 15s. 3d., goods supplied. Verdict for plaintiffs, with 8s. costs. . Edwin Bellgrove v. Patrick Sn.ith.—Claim of £5 3s., commission. Verdict for plaintiff, with 8s. costs.

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

SYDNEY.. . "... . T\ Wednesday,- £T«inB~oO. ^ Peafc^ef^^ Leichhardt district, were wld/ tp-dftyH, for-T . *24><HK>: ••" ^ !V4 The Governor Elackall, jammer, arrived this morning. Site experifeiicted' hrery heavy weather during the passage. Mr. G; R I Want's rax»horse£!arbine'brqke loose, jumped" overboard, and was drtnmecL : . His;. other horses,; Ulysses and Masfcer iyiine, are so "muelf' isy ured that Jfchejr ypll be tillable ever t>o race agaiiL J j jl kk:~ Jx if. *"! if - ci IV There have been strong gales all along, the coast. Several shippingdiktstereare ^jiwiitecL; - *

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

LOCAL ANTD GEISTERAL NEWS. The usu^jweekly meeting of the Hospital Com jmittee"' toot place'on .Thursday last, there being present Messrs. C3eeve and Anderson. ■' There have: bees. no freshadmissions, .and none have been difi ;«hargeffi' r ^Elie!caises .Hinder treatment -are progress ing favourably. Owing, to the detailed programme of the Fitzroy Downs Racing Clab laving arrived too late for this "week's-issue, it will appear in our next, when the j *acmg publicwill be-definitely informed-of time of j entrances and other particulars inconnection there "with The fine seasonable" weather which we enjoyed | the first part of this week was succeeded on ' Thursday; nightbyaiteady heavy rain,' which, con- j tinned the greater -part of Friday, and. was accom panied by a cold piercing wiiicL The roads, which were diyjngnp fast,' are now as bad as ever. Judge Panl~and Messr8. Blake and Hely arrived in Roma byyesterday's coaciC" The July sittings •of the District Court will commence' this mor...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA GALLE, AT GLENELG. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. London, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

ARRIVAL OF <FHJS IMG f GAf.LK^&T OLE English and in consequence of the'wmdS^np^oFThe^Aus tralian Direct Steam Na^Tgatio^^mpany, great distress was inflicted' on the emigrants who paid their pasages money,! and^x^fac«ri^^y\brMeaTT their homes.- Mr.- Jo}m l^ni&&,lMiaj^ttrfthje ft ■arsmii-1"8 up company, was _ monses for refundment of the j>aa3auge-mone' the Mansion House several dorat^rahave'lu ceived by fife Xoixl'Maydrlii iidIof;ithe'%ii] and Bennett himself has pud oat of Ms own about £700 in satisfaotioivef the- '— . The ,6th Company *6f £hfe 'fib, „ been ordered to hold itself inrea^Laess to embark for EijL ; '• r'- , "X .•' - • ~ r Her Majesty,the jQao^i! and ;^v§^memlRr8 o£ c', ■the Hoyal Family, were to have been present &t a review of the Forces aiAldetshot Camp/but in con sequenbeof there being acase of scarlet {ever atjthe Itoy^Pavilion thia 'ra^itSv^ pofeoonicL/ ' ( The conduct of :busin£^8^irt "flie Houfee *of " Com mons is hg...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 July 1875

MELBOURNE.';,V/ ':': ^eai^eRO#,,June 30.^ ' Messrs. Power and Rutlierfbrd report Chat" 1342 cattle were sold, at, a slipht advance on last week's rates, ^ ,12,000 sheep were penned, mostly Riverina, bat none prime ; and an ad vance of Is. 6tL was^iestablished for pe&f wethers. , ' ' ' (Fromthk, Cktorur) 7i ' * t.» fl in* ; DISASTEODS FLOODS IN^m^CE. Disastrous 'innnfetiiwft havekt£kto' i < Arrondifisement of Haate-Garoiapafr^aidiajt'TonloDse, and upwards of one hundred j>e»ons have been drowned. /v-iSY'ApV'-' ... ■ The details ef ike loss ol lite and damage to pro^ perty by the intmdationaareniost heartrending. r Two hundred and fifteen coipes have, already been, discovered, and immense destrnctkniHbp jjrojjerty is reported. It is stated thai fio.odo .peraoM'^ve '' been reduced to a sta,te ofdestitutian. Marshal M'Mahon proceeded r to Toulouse "£&aay,':' to per- . isdnally superintend the efforts being jtojujaiBt 7. the sufferers. - - i* .a* (Abridged j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 July 1875

R. Ll5WIN & Ca i HAVE JUST OPENED 45 CASES A25D PACKAGES OF CHOICE ; WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING OF WHITE BLANKETS : • j BLUE BLANKETS GREY BLANKE3S j SCARLET BLANKETS . COLOURED BUGS ANIMAL RUGS ! WHITE ZEPHIR QUILTS WORSTED QUILTS SULTANNA QUILTS WINCEYS in all slides and qualities LADIES' ROBES in Tweed, Winceys, &c. LADIES' SEALSKIN JACKETS LADIES' BLACK SATIN SKIRTS LADIES' OVER SKIRTS in Quilt Alpac cas, Felts, Winceys, &c. j LADIES' WOOLLEN SHAWLS in Rob : Roys, Shepherds' Plaid, and fancy colours; j all sizes : LADIES' PROMENADE SCARFS CHELDRENS' PELISES and FROCKS in scarlet, blue, marine, amber, and drab FRENCH MERINOS, Coburgs all colours NAP WITNEY CLOTH, blue and scarlet ALPACCAS and COBURGS in great variety JAPANESE SILKS, all shades -/ BLACK SILK of the veryli&tTjualit?^ SHEPHERDS' PLAIDS, Rob Roy Plaids, and fancy Plaids in wool Flannel! Flannel! Flannel! 47 PIECES FLANNEL; in Welsh, Imita tion Welsh, Saxony, &c. GREY CALICO, sing...

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MEN OF WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 July 1875

MEN OF WEIGHT. • Everybody who knows him, will be glad to hear that J. P. Bell is back against his post as the representative of Dalby in the Legislative Assembly, after his trip to the old country, ancl that he ia, at least, three stone heavier than when Tie left. His fighting weight used to be about eleven stone, and how it is thirteen stone at least. The electors of Dalby ought to be proud of this, because it is of the utmost im portance that a representative of an outside con stituencylike Dalby should be a liaan of" weight." I am not piinninjg, mind you. I don't believe in puns. They are "the lowest form of wit," as old Sam Johnson maintained, and as everybody who cannot make good puns is always asserting. But any careful observer of our local political history is, or ought to.be, well aware that the weight "avoirdupois" of a representative is a very important consideration in estimating his polifcicalpower and influence. If it were neces saiyto give instances of the truth of m...

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