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THE MURINY IN SINGAPORE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 April 1875

;.r*. » i.TTf.-- 'U • WW., .* * •! _ . .'ij-jf'4-'"> if* ^ t CT THE-Mraprt:WtSMGAPflBE CAffll. i I^omWe February S%siN outbreak of Chineseprisoners^ pore. On Saturday afternoon fte; ne arly of Prisons, jwas swa as uaial 4t j^jjjtwyynii^g l&eijb'stiiiiq^s;i^iWgBiSbp;gpg»*---m.*•» • hais care, vAen .-. Ibhe ground Sandford-i . One ^tabbedjjfaffa.f hatchet, wiu_(3il 3ie^iSi*^ecr^ed > band, buttotanatelyhe missed his aim; ae toiwOfi : merelyj^®^i^oie|oTOrike b4d^«£^Sandr ford's nose.„; Mr. Dent Tushed in.iiTuter^e Acil at .: once torescue .Sandford,- -wheai' €Htsy ^ -•■'■—" • " - "—-V and. the breast, but inffir^jng ynghd;7at tfce :fara^iost&nt tiifese two Ateii shoiifcai'a "Hfbid ok 8igr. n J, and in a moment fifty_or sixty of thiiworst characters in t|ie pirate$» ro^bers,.and mur derers, sprang to their-feet M^i-niBHed <Sipon their peepers with knives, chisels^. hatchets, pointed pieces of iroq^ 8adi)other .^ea^DS asthpyhad secrjted abcufc th'eirpeifto...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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NORTH AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 April 1875

>The fo! 3haiidi'' Mr. Thomas EvanB*a b.h. aged .. Mr. W. lladdle's lfewboldj aged. v < Mr. .W. Stevens'sProphet ... — : . - Mr. W. Stevens's Cyclops Sir. John Mr.'W* Mr. W.f S£evtoB*i.Le5ia^ j Mr. Jolxn Finnie's br.h. Mr. — Cornish's jg.g. Mount, ag Mr. W. Stephens6n,s*bh*m.V:Ma|p<iJ 'Mr.yK^nmbiull'tS b.g. Carbine, a&( |^tle T)icj£,aj ^ "" 4*^305.' 3 o•; 272^ ■ QSR&Mn&r-' ^ Vt ■ 9 2 18 12 ( § *° > • S 7 :J 8 7 ,8 5 . .8 2 -Mr. A." Cbrnwail's^eSaw'; " Mr. John Tait's The Dirk ... — »• 7 7 Mr. W. CaUagliaii's b.g.,^ngstonj, 4 ^^..^.7 . 5 ,^r. W- St^4|»«;Lena • '**?:,!.' 4./' Mr. John Tyjim'p'R br.h. If^mo, '4yrs. -i "Sir;1 !5T. TVAre-vfelxg.- jJarinfcrr .~ged.: 'Mr. W. St)SBiaro^W'»CTE?li^wl Mr. Wonw^Sl^V|Wl 33ie Ace, aged . Mr. W. J^d^s'^JffeT»iK)ld, -aged ... Mr. W. Stevens'stCwphetrwi.ZAI JE§. Mr. W. Stevens's Cyclflpjy *~ Mr. W. H. Kent's g.g. Zanco, agea.T. 'Messra. Bell and Sons gl. SilvffljFox, 5jk. Judge Lufcwyche's b.t Mayf...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ROMA TO THE FRONT. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 April 1875

OllIGBfAL C0REESP03sTDE^TCE. peoplearfe1 Sm,—I« Politically the place seems to be forgotten, and quarreloTCTtim^ itottere; tMgreat'aiid ynppr-^ taut interests -of the town and district are altogether ignored. JThe -claims of £very little village ithroughout the ^colony =are put forward suifl recognised by the Government, save and except those of the. ' the jgreit western districts;- "*Thte! inbst ontragfeous pro posals are .made .tothefioyenu^iitfor. railway Jbave been Ipr Works. Even Gya^ie^44^w^P^p^^^.|inack--7-deinaiids Ahe constmctioiajof ^mefrom thence to Maiy boroTigh;VS2i6!Q^e3ti^e-a<»mmuiiity connected. -with a cofj^^mliiett little further on, demand ing another ; While the tin interests lifts its ".feeble "voice at Stantliorpe, and likewise clamours :Sor axailway. All the «ountry ha£ %een ewiiudled s ito 'meet the,,claims .of' Brfeh^ejn,this 4.res®ecLr, The £150,600' "eitensipn laraMmy! haK-a^jnillion, wh^e tlie ^^kfepfei^xjf Brisbane -and Ipsyrich/seratobi^or^ "...

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

TAJROOM. [from otjr ows correspondent.. 1 The 'weather here since the Hood has been dull and threatening, .and another downpour is expected. The grass is not growing as fastas could be expected, considering the heavy rains by which we were visited in the early part of the month. This is no doubt owing to the country being perished by the severe drought of 74, and partly to the season being almost over when the last drought broke up.' The best looking pastures here on close examination are only of athinandfeeblegriowth, and will undoubtedly vanish under the influence of the first' week,s frost. A- mob of 200 .store cattle, the property of Mr. Aslitou, of Clifford, passed licre via Carrabah a few days ago cn rwtte for Goofcby,: near Gyinpie— owner in charge. A mob of 240 head fat cattle from Hornet Bank' en route for'the hew butchering: establishment at Dalby, passed here this week; purchaser Win. Miles, Esq., M.L.A, Various small, mabs. of horses have passed during the last month fro...

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

' SURAT. IrrtOM omt otw-coreespostdent.] We anticipated a little amusement from ail impounding case in. .which. the victim, "was 'Mr. ll'Ewan, of Roma, our eccentric neighbour of Talavera being victimiser. A flock" of slieep were seized by the latter for impounding, but eventually given up. The ostensible cause of the seizure is disputed boundaries, but this is no way to settle it. Our telegraph office is closed pro .tarn. Mr. Thompson having been instructed to proceed to St. George to inquire into the cause of the wires having been idle there' some few days. The Apartment having the credit of being well or :.ed- ,1 ^hould^Jhage jjioujcht it would have J.T16 opwuior ab dt. Ocoigo Patrick has been lately:jealous of Iiis brother saint St. Vitus (the proprietor, of the Sanee of that name), and determines' to have a dance to himself. Our St. Georgie friend is the first vic tim to St. Patrick's dance. " 12,800 strong sheep for Woorooma station, Deniliquin, have just crossed the river on ...

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

DALBY. |FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J St. Patrick .being a "ginthelman," of course his day had to be observed, which it duly was, as a holiday, in our town- The only get-up at all in the way of recreation was a game of cricket, open to all-comers, in which any eleven were picked to play any other eleven, and in which the' whole legal staff (lawyers, PM.," and C.P.S. included), several of the great unpaid, some of the bankers, and others too numerous to mention took part. A great many visitors from the town—pedestrians, equestrians, and drivers—came to witness the game during the day, the stumps not being drawn till nearly 6 o'clock. There was a fiiie fresh breeze blowing all day—rather too cool if anything—such as you would not expect to get anywhere else ex cept across these Downs at this hot period of the year. The burglars have arrived ! If there is any "saving chiuse "that"could exist in their favour it is that they did not keep us in suspense—we expected them, and they immediate...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND (ST. PAUL'S), ROMA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 April 1875

CHURCH OF. EN-GLAND (ST. PAUL'S!. IROMa! {[ In accordance with advertisement, 'a meeting of parishioners -was lield on Thursday evening in the Town HaLL I The attendance' was not a large one. The Rev. Mr. Warner occupied -the chair, and comnfenced the proceedings by reading-a report of his work during the last year. The number of bap tisms was 1*20; marriages, 7 ; and funeral|s,; |7.- j Until his leave of absence the work of, thp; parish was conducted with regularity and, 'although the physical portion of the palish work1 was a great strain, he strongly recommended that the radius fromglioma should be the same as last year—viz., sixty miles; ; -Whether or not he eentjBjie liis visits" i^ery'tlirSe" months fcdN-ieorge was uncertain. Mr. Warner regretted the want of in terest.shoivn-jn the parochial work onithe paxt pf j some members of the" council, aud 'sii^estfed "the reduction ip..number fromjtwelve to:eight. | wished especially,to thank >Mr. J. >K.'Canaan,.<the t...

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POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, March 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 3 April 1875

POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, March 27 (Before the Police Magistrate.) A. F. Surlick and P. Walshe were ultimately re manded to the 6th April. h Monday, March 29. £ (Before the Police Magistrate.) James Curran was charged with being dmnk and disorderly, and using-^jbscene language.,— The first two cases'were dismissed, but the. de fendant was found guilty of the third offence, -and fined £5, or three months' imprisonment Tuesday, March 30. ■ .' (Before the P oli ce-MigigtJSt'to-1 | — Murphy was 'charged By WilliinlS|)^nce witft-" illegally using a horse,. William. Sjieuee deposed that lie was a ma^oirra-^ siding iu Roma; about' a week: ago the Lagoons looking for horses, and there saw a bay horse with a short-tail, .starand snip,., branded H» near -shoulder and cheek, and -J off- shoulder-;- on'' Thursday last he was .-bringing'the horse into Roma, when -the defendant overtook him and took the horse from him; at first defendant .^laimed the horse as liis own property, bnt'afterwards...

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Tuesday, April 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

Tae.sday, April 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) A. P. Surlick and Patrick Walsh, charged with larceny, were further remanded to the 14th instant. Kennedi >,I 'Donald, charged with forgery, was alsi reminds! t3 tlie 14th instant. ILLEGALLY DETAINING A HORSE. P. Walsli was charged by W. Spence with ille gally ■ coining a horse, his property. ■\ i'JIliiiiii Siiesice deposed that about -eighteen mo a:.lis u_;o he bought a horse at auction in Roma, JIT conjoihed near shoulder and cheek and like T oil' shoulder, with star and snip ; produced a receipt signed G, Smyth, for a horse of the same brawls and description, which witness got from Skuthorpe ; -witness also produced a receipt signed 7£. Bellgmca,-the-fHjctioneer, from whom the horse was purchased by witness ; the horse was sold by order of J. T. Skuthorpe ; witness swore to the horse produced as being the horse he purchased at auction, and claimed him as his property. Patrick Walsh deposed that • the horse was his property, ha...

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POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 3. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Armstrong.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

POLICE COURT, ROMA, Saturday, April 3. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Armstrong.) LARCENY. John O'RafFerty was charged witli stealing a pipe and mateli-l>ox, the property of David Simple. David Simple deposed that he was a labourer re siding at Blythdale; saw tie prisoner for the first time oil Wednesday evening ; on Friday evening witness again met prisoner in front or Cook's Hotel; prisoner asked witness to lend him 5s. witness re plied, "Iliave money; you keep voar hands off me prisoner passed his hands down and felt both of witness's-pockets, and said, "Lend me 2s. ; you have it he then put his thumb and finger into witness's pocket, and took out both his pipe and match-box together ; asked prisoner for his pipe ; lie said he had not got it; again asked prisoner for his pipe as they left Cook's ; had a drink together at Cook's ; prisoner said, " I will give you a hit in the b: y eye followed prisoner to Brooker's, and again asked him for the pipe and match-box ; prison...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

feocyLL . The annual feast in connection with St. Paul's ;Sunday--schoal was lield on Saturday last. The childrenmet at the Town TTall and took part in a short iscrrice, the object of which was t6 con nect in their minds the feast with tlie Sunday school. 1 Theamsical part of the service was taken eatirely by tite childwa. The differ?iit town tken took the children out to ap^dock on the Uungil Creak, distant about two iaijUis. .Gauies w«\j once commenced wliile i^s eflibles wtie being made ready, and at 1 about 140, B»t' 'do^ After dinner sports ws_re resumed* and cricket, runnmgfor prizes of toys, very quickly got through the afternoon. *Huratt*uout the day there waa"ypi'e8^t^.fiiir ■ Bjjnakqng ;pf the residents of the.tomv;ana :faw from the country. At 5 p.m. tliediildren were again regaled, and pocktts tilled with what could not be eatpa. The liberality' oriuany fiends./Waii^i^both with regard to the goiid ihmgs ^Js^||Eik*id prizes, that- almost - a-smuchwas as would do for a scc...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. jMailfl dose for Mitcbell, Charleville, Tambo, Blackall, and Cunnamulla, on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 p.m. eMails close forSnrafc and St George, on Tuesdays, at S p.m. Mailsclose for Taroom, on Eridays, at 8 p.m. Mails^close lor Condainine, Daiby, Brisbane, &c., i Ac.. on Safanrdays, JVfonfl aye,, and 33uusdays, Mails amve feom Mitchell, Char3evilie, Tambo, Blaekall, and; CunnamnlLa, "ion Wednesdays "and SHa^ys;atSp.itL v'-': Mails arrive from Soiat andStix^o^ge, ^iiii Tuesdays,. at 6 p.m. ■; 7\ Hails arrive from Tar©om,onFiidayB, at 6 p.m. MafcsarrivefromCbixdajnine, Dalby, Brisbane, Jfce., - &c., on Sonday^ Tuesdays, attd Fridays, at - 1p.m.

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

CHARLEYILLE. [from oue ovi'.n' correspondent. Except that Mr. Patterson passed Charleville cu route for Bourke (or wherever he can dispose of his cattle at a remunerative price) this morn ing with 1200 head of Bowen Downs cows, I have nothing to report regarding the movements of stock in this immediate neighbourhood. This is probably owing to the dreary , drought which still continues here ; this is about the tenth month since we liave had anything to call rain within a circle of twenty miles round Char leville, except towards the east, where it has frequently fallen within a distance of ten or twelve miles, and once or twice within five westward, things are more lively. Mr. Patter son has interviewed during his progress Mr. Senjeant, with. 9000 sheep, which left Blythdale, in your neighbourhood, some months ago, and which are on tile way to Sutton Creek—all lively and well; also J Mr. Freeman, who lately passed Blackall with G000 sheep, the property of Mr. Ashbourne, of Hoganthulla...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] April 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

DALBY. ' fFEO^I OT7S OkVS COItiiBSPOXDENT. ] April 6. Ou Wednesday.the Pivsbytevian tea-meeting caiue pff ui tlicj School of ArLs, and was a suc cess, the hall being cro.vded, and . the many good tilings provided dlsan&guriiig rapidly. At the public uidSiijig LeM^^nvards, D. Ord, Esq., took the cb^r. Xh« ^Ife'.or of the Scottish Cluirch, the liev. J. Robertson, and other clergymen -"addi-e^ed the meeting, and during tie evening musk, and singing enlivened the proceedings. ' The next day the young people coimeet-fd with the same church assembled, about 4 o'clock, to the nunibsr of about 150, and partook of sea, with its accompaniments, on the church grounds. On T liaroda /■ .evening the annual Easter meet ing of the members of St. John's Church of England, Dflby,/was held at the Court-house to receive the churchwarden' report for the past year. The pastor,' the Hev. 3EL Mahalm, took the chair. They congratulated the parishioners j upon the marked improvement that had recently...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

GomEECi^L. ";' : ! WesternStarO&ic&, Friday Evening. cosiness stall continues doll, with no prospect of immediate improvement. . A large number or drays have arrived from Dalby within the last fortnight, and the stores arejiow well supplied with many articles that were of stock. Hart's superfine flour is quoted (wholnfe) at £29 to £30 pertonj sugar, bright yello«gflm.ter, £38 to £40 per ton; tea, good ration ai^HEuschold, £0 to £9 9s. per chest; salt, coarse n^^pool, £18 to £20 per toil of eleven bags. The retail prices axe:—Flour, £3 3a. per bag ; sugar, bright yellow counter, 5tL per lb. J tea, good ration, 2s. €d. per lb. Rilling rates of carnagev:—From-Bonia to Dalby, 5s. per 1001b.; Dalby to Roma, 7s. CcL to Ss. 6d.' per 1001b. The following produce has been received and for warded by the several agentsFrom the storea of " B. Lewin and Co.. within the last three weekBJ; ^56 bales wool, BL<*. Biscoe, "Waronga; 36 ^itfco; 'Sfctii chell Downs station ; 4...

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

"... •• a^»:-'■•.•••■■ v -• -.; -' tQtJEENSLAJfD E&STOfe AL A2?D AGBI ^IJLTUllAti SQCOLETY. * ri^HE AN2TOAL EXHIBITION srillbeheia JL* at the Churchill Yards, Ipswich on "TDESDAYandWEDNESDAY, Mayll and 12. ?BtZE-SO&EDULE. Skction 1.—Horses. - •Class 1. For the best Blood Stallion, four years old and over, first-class certificate For the nest best, second-class certificate % For the best Blood Stallion, three years old, first-class certificate Tor the next best, second-class certificate 3. For thfe best. Blood Stallion, two years old, first-class certificate ; \ / ' Tor, the next best, second-class certificate " -*L For the. best Blood Stallion, one year did, : £r^ class certificate For the next best, second class certificate *5. For the best Blood .Mare, /three years old aad over. first-class certificate For the next: best, second class certificate For the best Blood SSlly, two years old, first class certificate "For the next best, second-class certificate Forihe b««...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

ROMA, feATD^AY, -APEIL ^ ■" -• • jamas »i wMMBwifcrtBMtRgsfcff' "-■ There seems ^ sionjust land quesiion, ^^1^ " ~ r; ment, jare of a kind to «vote jr'" and the Jast, bui^a, feeble s o'£^i^esjmenibers' ■"^o'-?affi'nMlj?l_r. vemmentl3en<^^towafds,tb.e'a^ tfhe *,$ie; Macaus beeai ^ financially; ; 31 could always presideT'over -i excellent amount thus had too frequently to"'borroW iffiS ^oney" * and' there is no instancy on reconlof aMaca mstbr Ministiy ever dosing a yearo? ofiice-^^tfaat is, a year of ;which they,-had the sole manage ment—with a surplus. If -a predecessor left one, it went to grief as rapidly <as lost plate to the melting-pot—it befeame- extinct; and on =the surfece floated instead something repre sented by the word deficiency. T hus it is thai we-are thi^tened with^'n6fri<M^j»nd : j that journalists find opportunity to wiangle > over its causes, «xtent, and proba}fte«fieck ; j One thing is quite certain, a new loan there must he, f...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA, GALLE, AT GLENELG. (From the Courier, March 5.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MATt^ VIA, ■. GAJjLE, AT GtENEDGr, XFrom. ihe Courier, Jfarcft 5.) ;;: Major-General Sir Garnet Wolseley, G. CL M.G., j has been appointed temporary Governor of the colony of Natal. The suigeoriof BLM.S- Dido, upon ids ar rival in Euglaud, was arrested for desertion, and willbeinedliy oou^ioairiiaL ; •: A" fy styttr eqeai tion. The Bishop of .London prohibited Doctor Stanley, Dean of "Westminster, and another Episcopalian clergyman; from preaching in'a CongregationaiGhapeL The Government pays,the expenses incurred by Bidiop Colenso on Ms recent mission io Eng land relative to the I«angabalele afiair. Hie disagreement of the iailway companies, caused by the abolition, by <3ie Midland Com pany of second-class carriages, was referred to the arbitration of a fioyal Commission, who de cided in faypUr of the action taken by the Mid land^BauWray'Gompany. ; • „-StrilfM riiH continue general in various parts. ©f.the tJnited Kingdom. Fifteen hundred ship -srr...

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