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ROMA LAND COURT. (Before J. Murphy, Esq., Commissioner for Crown Lands.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 July 1875

laud -miimlb Yihi9qoi^^.Mr^^nX,ail^s-4) ! f;I 'Jl ,., f ii-ji JL* lield at: .tlie Police1 OfiSbe YfoataWednesji&yW^(^fi;were a large nuiqber of ajiplicaijia^ afp& ja. «on?ideEable area o£ land was ri3ie partaculais," "a. signifying a^culto^jfi^^vjuid 2p. .first and ir^6nd*£^pa6t<?^'res^cfaY^y >— •MOUE0ZSAV&- ki -.'• jy^paaidi of $«ma; .Robert Home, G2a_ 35p., p., parish of Roma ; ! accepted. Aiazia.li Pope, 5f)a. 2 lp., p.} parish of Roma ; accepted. John Frederick Sterner, 160 acres/#-, parish of I Roma; accepted. I Samuel Stewart, 122 acres, p., parish of Hodg- 1 1 son ; accepted. William Peak, 320 acres, p., parish of Roma; accepted. CONDITIONAL FCRCHASE3. Wiliiain Batzlofi^ 160 acres, 1p., parish of Roma; accepted. James Scott, 640 acres, lp., parish of Walde - grave; accepted John Moylan, 160 acres, lp., parish of Roma ; -accepted. John Fisher, sen,, 100 acres, lp., parish of Romaaccepted. Francis RiclurdDowns, 9 acres, a., parish of. ' Rom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

^Q?f SA3^ SF TflE dD2ro j :l^., to : . loose: i»ps.; Woolbagging, ■ :jSfiawiing,' jmd twine j - best jNavy Canvas; Hos. 1, 2, aad3;."Ward and Payn's, 'Sbfljej^ and Saigon's and Ball's Sheep . Shears; Wasluta ana Turkey Stones; Buddie, lamp and Brick; Tarpaulins, Tents. ■ATiK—Bulk, Base's No. 3 in iogslieads ; Bottle, .. 'ditto, bottled by Cameron and Sanders ; All- . . Sopp's, by Machin and Co., andjvariona ■other -.• brands. .. ■-. < '<■ S|JY)IJT—Bnllv in togsheads ; Bottle, ditto, "by E. .and. J. Bm5^:;arid l)y Machin 'WINES AltfD SPSSlTS--^3az^V^eiTies, Hunt's \. Port, ,3P^e^j^ian^^^"Xaafet, Wyndham'js cBAaQaand B^moawme^ ' red and -white ; : ' Toongaira,. red and ■■} %&te^ ^iNtert^I's and llennessy's brown and '•:• 2>aie Brtiidi^s, in hogsheads, quarters, and csoes $ OldJamaica Bum, in hogsheads, qnar iers^andcases ; West India and Queensland 3E,uin, in hotheads and quarters ; Irish and . -Scotch Whisky, in quarters and cases ; JDKZ . - Geneva (p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

R. LB WIN & C° HATE JUST OPENED 45 CASES AND PACKAGES "OF CHOICE WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING OP WHITE BLANKETS BLUE BLANKETS GREY BLANKETS SCARLET BLANKETS COLOURED RUGS ANIMAL RUGS WHITE ZEPHIR QUILTS WORSTED QUILTS SULTANNA QUILTS WINCEYS in all shades and qualities LADIES' ROBES in Tweed, Winceys, &c. LADIES' SEALSKIN JACKETS LADIES' BLACK SATIN SKIRTS LADIES* OTTER SKIRTS in Quilt Alpac cas, Felts, Winceys, &c. LADIES' WOOLLEN SHAWLS in Rob Roys, Shepherds' Plaid, and fancy colours; all sizes LADIES' PROMENADE SCARPS CHILDRENS' PELISES and FROCKS in scarlet, blue, marine, amber, and drab FRENCH MERINOS, Coburgs all colours NAP WITNEY CLOTH, blue and scarlet AJLPACCAS and COBURGS in great variety JAPANESE SILKS, all shades BLACK SILK of the very best quality SHEPHERDS' PLAIDS, Rob Roy Plaids, and fancy Plaids iii wool Flannel 1 Flannel! Flannel! 47 PIECES FLANNEL in Welsh, Imita tion. Welsh, Saxony, &c. GREY CALICO, single and double Sheeting, White T...

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PEDIGREES OF BULLS, THE PROPERTY OF G. M. KIRK, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

PEDIGREES OF BULLS, THE PROPERTY OF G. M. KIRK, Esq. The following are the pedigrees of 12 very fine bulls, which liave recently been imported at great expense by Geo. M. Kirk, Esq., or Gulnabar Sta tion, St. George. We are glad to learn that should the weather be at all favourable Mr. Kirk intends bringing two of these bolls to the Western Pastoral Show to be held in Roma next month. No. 1.—Ivanhoe, wan, calved 24th August, 1873; Sire, Cedric (imported) ; dam, Humphrey, by Duke Humphrey (imported), by Captain God frey ; errand-dam, Mayflower, by St. Patrick (imported). Cedric, sire of Ivanhoe, is a beautiful red; calved 27th March, 1870 ; bred by Colonel Gunter, The Grange, Wetherby, Yorks; by Second Duke of Claro 21,576. <L Ceres 4th, by Oxford 2nd IS, 507 g.<L Ceres 3rd, by Oxford Duke 15,036 g.-g.d. Ceres 2nd, by Squire Blanche 12,139 g.g.g.d. Ceres, by Emperor 6973 g.g.g.g.d. Ceres, by Sir Walter 2639 g.g.g.g.g.d. Ceres, by Mark 2266 g.g.g.g.g.g.cL by Mete...

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MR. MACALISTER AND THE EDUCATION BILL. (From the Courier) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

Mb. MA.CAMBTEB, AND THE EDUCATION BILL. * (From the Courier) The return of -the Premier to his place in the Assembly last, evening gave quite a turn to the proceedings of that honorable, but of late some what-listless and unmanageable, body. On the resumption of the debate on the Education Bill, Mr. M'Owraith led off in opposition, in a speech more noticeable for length than directness or enthusiasm. The honourable gentleman was, plainly^ not quite at home on his subject and appaiently feiled to convinee the House that he Txad spoken as one having authority. He was followed by Mr. MacaliBter, whose evident physical weakness at once elicited the sympathy of the House. He was, moreover, thoroughly in earnest, and in a short, but frank and mas terly .speech, did^mnch to recover lost prestage. , The jbpnorable gentleman's argument was briefly "this j—Be had -at the last general election ex pressed an opinion in favour of non vested schools —at."£he time^ an honest and candid opinion. Bu...

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ODD NOTES. By "BOHEMIAN," in the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

; ODD ISTOTES. By " Bohemian," An ihe Tdegraph. The Bteangets^ ^alleiy inthe legislative As-' ~semblyiBnot:patronize4of late to anything like 'the«3^^t it:oiigTil^ be, in justice to the qualify '-of the ^tertalnmehts provided. I don't know. how to acboiml for this. Certainly there has teen a^teihoraof amusements in Brisbane of late, andiheSpeakei* lias not, ■as yet, organized lottery- in which every one who patronizes his show has the chance of winning a "gift"—but the Assembly ought to " draw" nevertheless. Theperfonnances areof a highly popular charac ier, varying from light comedy to broad farce; and after hori. members have dined one may al ways calculate upon thoroughly ^enjoying himself for two or three hours listening to them abusing each other." Morehead and "Ivoiy are always -good, especially when they go in for/' smoking" "the Minister lor Lands. • Pcttagrew isn't bad Tvhen he tackles Morehead, and Hodgldnson, -with " three sheets in the wind," is inimitable. Miles, like '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

Mail Tenders. j TENDERS will be received at tills dffice tip to Noon of -30th Joly, "for the conveyance of flails by horse between ROM Aand MITCHELL,' and between MITCHELL and*CHABLE V i_LLE, from 18th August to 31st December, 1875. Separate Tenders iot each Service ■will be re quired, subject to the approval ofthe Honourable the Postmaster-GeneraL ■ .r,.- ^ & mackay, * Post Office, .Soma, Postmaster. 22nd July, 1875. ' ' ' 119, TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF THE Roma Hospital A MEETING of the. Subscribers to the jabove institution, will be held in the Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of August ensuing, at 8 o'clock p.m., in accordance with Rule 14. The object of the meeting is io pass a new. Bye , Law to make it compulsory to advertise in the j nearest local newspaper, all Quarterly and Special \ meetings of the Committee, and other special busi- j ness. By order of the Committee, EDWIN BELLGROVE, 102 ' Secretary. Store Cattle for Sale. FOR SALE, from 100 to 200 good FEMALE STO...

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SHEEP DISEASES. (From the Town and Country.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

SHEEP DISEASES. (■From. the. Town and Country ) ? A. B. asks for information aboiit -bliiidneEi in sheep, and, the beat form of treatment~ • Six. : Pottie says *.—In many of the-Vitfjies ob served . by me just as ■ the eye began 4o -show signs ,of inSamktion, I observed a slight indenta? tionlike that produced by the bite &omAn insect's stingy ?'.Chete^mete also small grimnlar matters fldatiifcg;in the^yfer-^that is betw€^~£&6; bail of the eye?arid'tbejljils. j: Under a. they dooked likelegga bf some insegtviijUb^^ alsd observed the inflamation bf radiate from the indentation; My first idea was to establish a cause produetiveof this (condition; but as X have since fottnd the disease in the dead of winter when no flies were ^abont, it -ib clear that some other cause had to be got at, and this I found to be created by the combined action of parasites and diuretic grasses.... / The form bf tt^tmgnt'gene^0'':fo]16wed: by parties afflicted1 consists mostly in the applied ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

■ -MPOtJNDEDJ At- Ronia, from':"Itockybank, "l- wrongly described informer advertisement; One chesnut horse, sfafipiace, near hip down, like 9BD' (registered' brand) over"PD Txe&r shoul- | der, ft new ribBs MP (the P pointing to right) j near thigh. If not released: on ot befol-e the 17th -Xngust, 1875, will be Bold to defray expenses. ■ F. O.^WTACKAY, Poundfeeeper. To. Bushmen. WANTED, . 20,000 HABDWOOD SPLIT SHINGLES. For particulars istpply to Mobbison &, Wabrejt, Roma. - « ... 124 WANTED, 300 good DRINKING . MEN. For particulars, apply at the Royal Oak Hotel, Roma. 125

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THE STATE OF PARTIES. (From, the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

THE STATE OF PARTIES. (From, the Courier.)' . . j Prom all points of -view the present posi tion. ' of parties in the Legislature, and the condition of the public business in the colony, are most unsatisfactory and disheartening. A Government with do,policy- worthy of the name, afraid to deal with one greatquestion and temporising -vrcth another—:an Opposition lacking cohesion, without d. .party policy, made up for the most part <jf .capable indi viduals of discordant views, incapable of united action, whose highest effort is too often an unworthy desire to humiliate oppo nents for the gratification of personal vanity or antagonism, rather than to labour for the public good—-is a disheartening spectacle, certainly not calculated to raise iii the esti mation of the people the character of those chosen to rule the destinies of the country. On the land question the Ministerial policy is but partial and inconclusive, Th£ diffi culty, doubt, and damage to the credit of the col...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. Owing to the scarcity of main supplies, trade is dull. SonlB small parcels of general merchandise have been quitted at ordinary rates. Flour is still very "scarce, and, in order to execute urgent orders, ^5 per ton was paid during the week for a four-ton parcel. There having been heavy rains for the past week down country, drays will be again delayed longer than expected, and no fresh supplies can be received for at least one month. . Great want of station supplies'is experienced on the Warrego and Barcoo, and telegrams ordering such here are received daily, but, owing to the great scarcity, cannot qe executed. Carriage is scarce and high ; and there is no pro duce for transmission below. Three teams loaded with Albany Downs wool passed through town on the 22nd instant en route for Dalby.

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MODERN ROME—A FEW RECOLLECTIONS ON IT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

MODERN ROME—A FEW RECOLLEC TIONS ON IT. Look at the map, find the continent of Australia, tlie colony of Queensland, the dis trict of Mafarioa, the Bungil Creek, that magnificent stream on which is situated the modem Rom^. Having found it allow me to introduce you to a spectacle or two, and in order to do so we must imagine, ourselves entering that ambitious young town, which aspires, at least nominally, to imitate her ancient namesake on the Tiber; Mark the splendid metalled roads and flagstone paths. How admirably adapted for traffic by foot, horse, or vehicle ! Yes, so admirably adapted are they thkt an empty dray with an average team can jjust manage to niakie progress; through the mud, and foot passengers walk ' •with such apparent indifference as bespeaks th& liselessness of picking the path, besides I think th6y ^ould as lief walk into the gutter as on thfe pathway. See how extremes nieet. There we hare St.—not Peter's, but Paul's— of mootern raising its spire amidst ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

NOTICE. I . i AS the accounts for the quarter ending June 30, have been rendered, a prompt settlement is respectfully requested- Subscribers axe reminded that all subscriptions are payable in advance. FEANCIS KIDNER. Western Star Office, July 16, 1875.

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THE MITCHELL RACES. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

THE MITCHELL RACES. {FfiOar A COEBESPONDENT.] Mitchell races since the lfith instant have been the only topic worth considering, and indeed so keen have all bands been (whether Mitchellites or others) about them, and so successful was the. result, that Mitchellites will forgive the world if upon the .present occasion it loses sight of the town to applaud the sport it has produced. Wet weather for a day or two previous gave promise of anything but pleasure, but Jupiter Pluvius. (formerly a Mitchell J.P.) altered his mind at the last minute, and vouchsafed us some splendid weather for our meet. The sport from end to end was excellent, as you will notice in the detailed account of -the races appended. Mr. Skuthorpe was the main winner, because'he brought the best horses/ and brought them out j welL Mr. Skuthorpe met With the reception he deserved, winning on bis horses'-merits. Mit chell will, I am convinced (though but a small place in. the racing world), assuredly.be glad to. see suc...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " Yuusbah."—We are reluctantly compelled to omit your letter, it arriving too late for this issue.

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SURAT ANNUAL RACES. [FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.] [The following ought to have reached, us in time for last week's issue, but was delayed by some unexplained cause.] FIRST DAY—Wednesday, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

SUHAT ANNUAL BAOES. [fEOM M OCCASIONAL, CORESPONDENT. ] ; [lie following ought to have reached, us in time for last week's issue, but was delayed by some un explained cause.] Frasr Day—Wednesday, July 7. V The Surat races, -which were postponed from the 29th and 30th June, came off tinder favour able auspices at the time appointed—viz., 7th and 8th July—the weather being all that could be desired. For the Maiden Plate Fleetwing -was most fancied, and she justified her backers by winning the race easily. The Handicap was appropriated by Trum peter, the betting being even between Trumpeter and Joshua, but the " Warrabri crack" had to succumb to the local horse, who .proved himself a belter horse in every way than his competitors. Punctually at 12 o'clock the bell rang for the Maiden Plate of Thirty Sovs.; for all horses that have never won an advertised prize exceeding Ten Sovs. Weight for age. One mile and a half. Mr. Bigg's am. Fleetwing, 4years, 9st. 91b., in- . eluding 51b. penalt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

—i—a— TmOS'RAIE, by PiiblicAxi6tion, at mjr Mart, on JC TUESDAY, theKWh AUGUST, «t4.1 o'clock tfif not raid piivstely}, ... \ ; 18 Acresin extent, Lot 150, idjoiifiiig the -fiace -course, and close^io ^fclie Dam ; one t?ide fenced; "Title, Crowngrant. Terms easy. Pleasant home -etead for a manof small means. -54 -EL BELKrROVE. DIRECT IMPORTATION FEU3M NEW SOUTH : WALES. "WTIDWtiJ. BE Ll&ROVE has deceived "instrac "i tions.from Mil-James Spence, to offer for nsale at theshowyards, on the clay of the Show, at 'M o'clock, an- . • Entire Draught Colt *Of unsurpassed symetery, power, end quality. The -colt is 16 months old, and miay be seen npon appli •»c^on1^ 'i^ atid^>neer. «. Also, a number of DraughtFilHes andMares, 3fn.ot pre vionslysold. 99 *to 430®snra8.ir • hotel Teepees. BELI/jSlOV K has for sale, an excellent well JCi* ' furnished TUfiEE-QXJARTER BILLIARD TABLE, nearly tewv TOth pool and pyramid balls, cues and ~xe& complete. . A bargain for cash. 75 3.00 Squ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

BAIOTOE NEW SOUTH WALES. ^ES^IJSHED, iPjao ur Camtai, £1,000,000. Reserve Fonb, £363,333 6s. 8d. THE ROMA BRANCH TRANSACTS all usual Banking Business, including Advances on approved Securities, allows Interest. on Fixed Deposits, and issues drafts on the Bank Branches and Agencies in the Australian Colonies and United Kingdom, &c. m C. CLEEVE, Acting-Manager. Soma, 18th. March, 1875. 9 THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BAM V" (LIMITED). CAPITAL, £500,000. {Wieb Power to Increase to One Mttmok). Subscribed Capeeai., £350,000. Paid up Capital, £175,435. ,3aEAB OFFICE: BRISBANE. !-r BRANCHES; Becnleigh Charters Towers Cooktown - ' Dalby fSympie Ipswich Maryborough Millchester Rockhampton Roma Stanthorpe Toowoomba Towns ville. AGENTSin Ixmdon, ISew South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Austra lia, New. r Zealand, Tasmania, New York, San Francisco, India, and theEast. THE ROMA BRANCH OFiheabove Bankgrants Drafts, negociates «ad collects Bills of Exchange on any of "the above-name...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

TOO WOO MBA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. Annual Sale of Stud Stock AT THE Yards of the Royal Agricultural Society, TOOWflOMBA. TAMES W. GRIMES has been favoured -with instructions to submit, to public -auction, at the Yards of the above Society, on the Second Day of the Show, namely, Thursday, August the 5th— The following Stud Stock:— . SHEEP. On account of B. C. Pare, Esq., Chiverton, near Warwick— 160 Magnificent Stud Ewes. This splendid lot of sheep comprise the cream of Mr. Parr's stud flock, and are the choicest selection from over 800 stud ewes. Mr. Parr's sheep are so well known that comment is quite nimeeessaiy, lie having been a Special Prizetaker at all the shows here and in Sydney. Suffice to say that on inspec tion the above ewes will be found what they are represented- namely, Stud Sheep of the very first quality. They will be sold in lots "to suit buyers. Also, 100 First-class Rams, in pens of 10 each. On account of Messrs. Marshall & Slade, Glen gaUan— 12 Splendid St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 24 July 1875

To Squatters, Drovers, and the Public generally. NOTICEf NOTICE! NOTICE! MAEANOA STORES, MITCHELL. In the centre of the town, adjoining the Post and Telegraph Offices. jpjjT Note the Address / R. A. WHIPIIAM F returning thanks to the public generally for then; kind support? begs to acquaint them that he intends selling CHEAPER THAN EVER hi3 Vast stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE which he MUST dispose of, as he is[in constant receipt of regular consignments of supplies from the Southern markets, and engagements mustbe met. As he has been" trading with the best and cheapest firms in Sydney and Melbourne, R. A. W. is enabled to satisfy. themdst 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 hia long and varied experience of bush life, K,. A- W- well understands the requirements of all classes of his constitaents, and iafully aware how essentialit is—to merit their'con ti...

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