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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

CHABLEVEQLE. '' '; ' i: ;'j I v ' [FROM AS OCP4SIONAJ. bOKEESPOKDBST.^ The annual distribution of blankets to the . blacks of the ^Vanrjego, ^ookplace on Monday,; the inst. Our worthy P.Slv, _W. E; P. Okeclen, Esq., officiated on this occasion -few an& on;/account;of the :powers that be: . Itwasa fine cold bright sunny morning when.ourblack b^others^Md, 5iBte^s began to muster, and -a motley group*, , *as there assembled some attired in nice light airy costume, consisting of a secondhand paper collar and a pocket Jiandker-: chief, some in shirts that vied in colour with their! ebony akinj others in nature's own dress' with ,the; iaddition of' a fringed :garment; xme dusky beauty; appeared in a'diBcatrded.poloniAB6 hanging gra^fi^y_Toiind her; swanlike . neck.. They toolc up a our :£!ourt House—save the mark—an ex-pub., 4hat does duly for one, , there to receive the gift of a paternal Government. After each 3jiack anS. blackess received fclieir blankets, the P.M. 'called on t...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

R. LEWIN & C° HAVE JUST OPENED 45 CASES AND PACKAGES OF CHOICE . COSSKMNq; 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, &a LADIES' SEALSKIN JACKETS LADIES' BLACK SATIN SKIRTS LADIES' OVER SKIRTS in Quilt Alpao cas, Felts, Winceys, &c. LADIES' WOOLLEN SHAWLS in Rob Roys, Shepherds' Plaid, and fancy colours; all siz6s LADIES' PROMENADE SCARES CHILDRENS' 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 very best quality SHEPHERDS' PLAIDS, Rob Roy Plaids, : and fancy Plaids in wool 0 Flannel! Flannel! Flannel ! 47 PIECES FLANNEL in "Welsh, Imita tion Welsh, Simony, &c. GREY GA LICO, single and double Sheeting, White Twilled Shee...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

MELBOtTHNE. Wednesday, August 18. Messrs. Power and fiotberiozd ,, over 900 cattle. were jrarded: . IVweB^ ad vanoed 10s. per lead j 200 J(M as : £12 7s. 6d. 16,©00*heep were offered for sale, prices were d^Wiy «fefflbar, but Bive jina wethers bronght from 17s.#»18bl

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PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier.) TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

* BmmAMEm. i (Fr6m the Courier. ) .tuesday, Atjtfosr id. - After some, formal business -was disposed-ox, the ameiidmbn&^TtiieLi^iBlative GonncS-onitlie West em Raihtf&5f Bjll ijrere feonsidered. The amendment; doublit^^iepre^mti ve right was negatived without ■discussion!* !i The Auditor-General's Estimates were then takfetLr In^repiy 4o Mr-Thompson, the Teea» surer stated that ithe .salaries of none of the -clerks in the Andltor-Generai's department ^ad been re duced. Theyiadjbstterpay, 4ie saiS, and less work , ' than any other deris. Mr. Dickson thought that the inspecting clerks should oecnpy a-respec table status. Mr. Wafihjfiaid that tlie l&irait Office migfctas well be done ffiray' withl The staffiiad been so reduced that it WMTiB^esk.. In reply to Mr. Douglas, wbo ^ferred1t6j»riodiealinspection of accounts required 'by the Alct,Mr. Hemmant stated that there was an i ample audit ^it-was no nse to "keep sevfltal sets of bookB. Mr. MHwraith called specia...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

<■ |Elar»,;— E "IMJIOl, SATURDAY, .AUGUST 21, 1875. Evert peraon.wrho hastbe prosperity of Roma at .heart .must deplore the state of stagnation, which the progress ofimprovements has fallen, into of Jate, or,rather, we will say the retro gression which Roma has been making to wards her original primitive state. A stranger coming into the capital .of the west for, the .first time; would scarcely credit the feet that lie was entering into a town which has been in existence for fourteen years, contains over athousand inhabitants,: and is an aspirant for the expensive luxury. of; a railway and the concomitant benefits arising therefrom. His astonishment at the neglected state of our thoroughfares would be increased tenfold, when a longer experience would make hi™ acquainted ■ with the rich naitural resources possessed by Roma in the shape of an un limited^quantity of stone almost at our very doors, and which would at-a comparatively small expense render our streets amongst th...

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TAMBO. Tuesday, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

TAMBO. The reported discovray of tJie reroalriBof LeicMuundt and party proves to be a jboax. The skeletons found -were i&oee of ^sdc fellows.

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THE MITCHELL RESERVE. To the Editor of the western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

THE ttlfCHELL UESB^^EL ' ' • Wo (he Editor oj the Western Stak ■, . Sn^—Inferring to tlie lettefert&y^iftr'own OMi respondent at Mitchell,. published in your issue -ol ' I -fee -14th iustaat—4a wMch -tie-states'that %■publie meeting for <x)nSidering matteis 5a <eonae<rtion , the towp.-i«seHKe was coaveaed by%6ia>iKtiiB ofiihe townspeople—I beg.%0 «ontra«Iid; Ma^tatement, the said raeeting having befen<»Lted 4»^4feettMiflget^ j of Mitchell Downs station, ^daet%y"th£ people, -a great fttiniber^'Whom"'iSv«kaew any-' , thing whatever about aay meetmg taking placei , ! | According to ttie ideas of the - chairman ieif £he ■ meeting, it Would *fee more advantageous to: have - - the reserve -on the -eastern side of theriver. 9*his ■ idea I and severalothers -cannot -agpee *witfb,: aiid for the following )i«i®6ns -:^=4n -the raStjplaioe, 4he I town being situated on the Western side-of fbe river, the^Pesferve Should, 'for the eonvemende ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON. Sunday, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PEfi EUSCTKIC TELEGRAPH.' LONDON. Sunday, August 15. Her, Majesty, in her Speech, •when....pro roguing Parliament, stated that the relations of Britain with Continental Powers were k)f a most cordial character,: and that "the.,jnainT tenauce of peace in Europe was well secured. -- Monday, August 16. Alfonso, .King of Spain, has ordered, a levy, of 100,000 men, for the more vigorous prose cution of operations agninst the Carlists.

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, August 10. (Before the police Magistrate.) VAGRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

BOM& *&&&&$. '#3/1 ft I'&e A. '•• i■> V" :; Pearce was brought up -chaigetl with being ~3mt, havingfiurj visible means of support, ior-mnstablfe "Snsiyth} prosecuted, and Mr. it : . ?:i ;r- . enior-ConstabLe Smythi deposed that -he had ■ "W^ai&onOTflttring •fih.e-lasfcthree weeks re ^^fmliUc^aagfes^andtWthfe companions i reputed thieves, card-sharpers, ana blaek • witnesshadnotfjeen him performing any • ordoing anything to earn, his living since letolihis town; wheti 'arretted on a charge probbflgfefaa ^«4«aa]y-oae.peimy^n^iiMy.^^ "Stephen 'Payne, for the. defence,. dfposedjh^, a iiceaise& -hawker' at■ ■ present fresi&Mg 'iii ; witness knew prisoner; who 4t %he pre is posfieasedofawaggon, a pair of s, and some a-examinea by wor^nsfcible -Smyth: ]aiato$>xiroij^M and .four he was; in \ jgael sonefe .during -that tkae^ I eve/ 1 forianassaolt *, he gains his living by ^gai^ot the^^fe^rirsfe, suchas "under and ...

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THE LATE SHOW. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

"THE XiATE SHOW*-Y:' Y„n;: I .. ; &o ihe JEdUor t^iheWedernStati "' ■■ •Sir,—-In/your jpaperof thisdayas ^article oiithe late show, «on which,-as amember.Qfthe "Western Pastoral Association and. ;as an. ^exbibi^ tor, I must offer someremarks. ■?- ■ <1? •■•: -r- r.^y ..". I quite agree with yon in condideniig $he5e*~" hibition of sheep extremely limited, .hHi.5&e main reason of this 'Was, f bfeli^e, thepoorioon* dition of thestock inthedistriift. Hid laHowjgfc this reason to weigh *ithiin.3j'?I 'should notHiayo subjected "the chainpion xani to.thc ^criticism of those who, in their %norancepf^oth"ii^-w>eIte& «heep, <oonden«a.Vat lenee ^be Decision'$hlT Judges and of the breeder; iheformOTeompn^ ing one of the best .^.Isliec^.anft:. Woolin Victoria,andihelatteiv^viHgL.been«'e^ cognised as oneof the &st ^breed^n "wbolled sheep in Hew South Wales. JB©*erty<et ' condition, owingtosge ^d&euble^SeriraeethiB winter, ...

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BRISBANE. PARLIAMENT. Tuesday, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

BRISBANE. Pa k l' fi. it e kt. j — Tuesday, August17. In the Council, ,; : The President's motion, that a percentage of "the education grant be devoted td^tbe physical training of children, was withdrawn. A message was received from :the Assem bly stating that theamendments in the West p.vn Railway Bill were disagreed to. On the motion of Mr. Thorn, it was resolved to consider the message, with the reasons giveh, on the following day. In the Assembly, , A message from Ms Excellency was re ceived, forwarding the Supplementary ]Loan Estimates. The axoonintos £300,000, ij■)f ■ In Supply,'the estimates of £40,000 £ot: public building, and £10,000 for the roam in the Cook district, were passed. On The vote of £W00 for bridges being read, a good deal of discussion ensued. An amtodment that £10,pOG~:bfevotedfbr bridges over the Upper'Brisltfanfe was negatived by 12 to 16. Mr. King £tated.that the bridge at Sur&t would cost £3b% and at'St. Ruth £1500. The item of £30,000 for loans t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

•.. A telegram informia^MmU^f n^^^h^'^p^r^^fiya' , Mitchell Township, and dirediiig tiie ndoeehay drags ' to be forwarded at: once. from St George, in la^TaesdayVCburierstaieir that measles - as prevalent thane, but «elwTO heard of viw^weUaath&irficat^^ town or i deago, a reportof whi<2i appeared inii late issue of this paper, we are glad that it ib in our power to inform opt r^do^'iliat j^ rnmbm jarasyMi- /: ' out fonndatioiL'^O^m^ origin of the i < Qjftrt jiiMiijfj^ ' from a misconception on ffre.partof agenttomaa who was travelling past Bindaneo. *'* - -A ... -^T: ■ :>f- "J ' i!t TO£.-- '■ An error occnrred m oar lict of |nxes at the - -Show la«t WAftlr. TFnr frn }v_ competitors wefce tne Scottish and' &aiibiiya^ 1 > Investment Company. Monnt^,AhmiawBO^jM4.^j not Wieoholt Brothers, as erroneoni^y's^ed; ; Hie prize was awarded to T&r. ^nunraen e£ ^ fat cattle, although there was orilyone exhibit, * "r because the qi^ty was OTppio...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE WESTERN PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. Per favour of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

OEIGIMX COKRESPOTOE^rOE. ■ - - . TO THE MEMBERS OF THE 'WESTERN' PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. Per favour of the Western -Star-. As a visitor to the district Stfitl a wefl-msher. in the success of your show, I may be pardoned, perhaps, by ypu in offering (unasked for) these remarks and suggestions. I am neither ;a resi dent of Mitchell Downs nor of Mount. Abun dance, and in ho way was the show an advantage to me ; but I am a firm believer in the benefit which follows from annual exhibitions such as ' the one just past, and, from a Victorian, Tas manian, and New South Wales experience, feel somewhat competeat to throw «o*it iintsa i<8 future guidance. Not one of you who were present enthe 12th: instant but will agree with me that, when con-' sidering -the large pastoral interest in the-district and the excellent' country west of Soma, ths show, with the exception' <3 'the draught and Weed horses and the vegetables,, waa a&ilure. The sheep were generally indiffer...

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DALBY. Thursday, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

DJlLBY. > John M'Lean committed •*. hntgfajy Woods'-.Hofcd this morning, stealing * mlrer WJlttih a.Tnl ftTmiw I: Wn Ut. lua inalattheCSrcait

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

tionBto«S^^p|Ll^caudioii,«e" bis on the 26 th ^yof^ufirJJST, at 12 o'clock. A BOMjOCSK BHAY AND TEAM; CJonaBfing pt Id Bollocks, Dray and Tarpaulin, Bows, Yokes, and'Chains. 156 -^"TSmSRSSi. -r^zftr TO CXftTNTRY HdTEL KEEPERS. sa E.BI Jx&sfor sale, an endknt well ^BnMasD tablb» . j.s nearly new, "with pool and.pyrainid lsalls, cues and rest complete. A bargain for cash. ^ 75 " •• — EDWIN BELJ^^V^bs revived - insfcruc tiojiB tooflerfoVprivate sale \fV . A SEMI-&RiiO) ^PI^rbFORTE n.ew.and ofmagnifi.-. andfnllcompass. A bar attention itOfHijs,fOjpporifcanity-of rpnxv it* seldom, met' with in 'even tpwns.. "^e jnsSrwnent was. ._ent prormejWr,'* whose only; wH&ltis'en abebnfit&^e^ving 168 EDWIN BELLGROVE, Stock, SiaUdn, arBfJommp^jon Agent^ M«BOWALL STREET, eosc^,; HAS ^, WB>d^t ^}^Kirfniuty for a small capi talist the JWanoego district, suitable for «ither riheep or Qa&ie. r..< Edwin Bellgrove has on* rale 1300 aged ewes, 2500 weaaer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

ESTAjBMSiTBiy iSt8?. 1 jjvj'i:?■■>'.?& •&.iy.'*<.'iff..M&*xripi±;■. /; OT ' ; 7 Beskbte Fusd, 8d *>.f 1 .i, ' Z. _r "«■ ..• ' « TSE::E,OMABB,ANCH - . ... TRAllfSiilOTS' all - us&al •; Banking BTisiness, inbitt^ii^A3SvaAt5es'<)& approvedSecniMes, allow-B t interest on' Fixed ^Deposits, aid issues drafts on .^he .^jBa.nk Branches and Ageiicies in the Ay^tr^ian .CploiueB, and^Umted Kingdom, •&G* . •; Hit Ai. A' ■-_:_ _' .,..iI ,. Acfcing-Mafiftger.. Roma, —— 18th March, 1876- . Y H J A -i 9 .V!0 jjOjituswoe* jru*£J si (LIMITED). • _—,••. / j :YCA^AL^ £500,000. (With. Power 30 Inprraseto One Miluon). "StfiB^caBiraED Capjtax,1 \£3SO}OW:'V. ' PiA) trip Ca'mtax, £175^435. ^ HEAD OFFICE: BRISBANE. Beenleigh ^ GharipisTdwers CooM^5y';'T • Dalby: K-V?': Gympie iw.%1 ■ ■:■ Ipswich ^ Townsville. t ^, MaiyJjoroiigh . :; Miflchestef ; Ilockhainptoft :."3Rofi»fc?-S:: *' ■ Stanthorpe Tobwtoomba -AGEN^^m^Londpn^ . Key. South...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. _ Friday Evoking. ' Business ia brisker, .bat want of goods hasa de pressing effect. Tea and tobacco, in addition to floor, are now very scarce. Teams are dose at hand, however, and hence we may hope the scarcity will soon be over. ; . : : ,! : , - Teams engaged forBoma last week are being paid L8s. per lOOlbs. For carriage from Dalby tojtoma and neighbouringstations 22s. fid, is now asked! Mr. R BeClgrovb reports:— Stations.—No sales have been'effected since last report Several large tracts of country have been taken up,: and a remarkable heavy figure forBorma rorma,' in the Maranoa district, was paid at Mr. Martin's sale of runs on the 13th, the buyer being Mr. Walter Heness, denoting the want and request for opnntry in this district. ■ Cattle' are «till in demand, particularly heifers. Sales are effected- at £5 5s., and. several mobs are under inspection. Ordinary stores fetch £4 per head, proportionate mixture. i *~No -"transactions in sheep. ■ S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

GENERAL MERCHANDISE which he MUST disposer of, Vaa he isJLn. constant jsc^dpt of regular consignments of supplies from the Southern markets, and engagements must be met. As he has been trading with the best and cheapest firms in Sydney and Melbourne, R. A- W; ,i3 enabled Jo satisfy the most fastidious as to the, quality of his goods,' and hi3-intetnti6n ia, to; CONTINUE, to sell^.4>a^&J&at<^^ competed " with in Mifciiell~or "the tlistnct generally. From hia long and varied experience of bushlife, -well- xmtterafcands'the reqTurements of all classes of his constituents, and is folly . aware how essential it is—to merit their con tinual support—to keep only the best brands and qualities ia all lines. (JO ^ "S*. ' - ■ ■— To ;S^att^]^ViprQy^ and the Public generally. NjCmCEI N013CE! . NOTICE ! MARANQA /;; stokes, ! MITCHELL. Ia the centre of the town, adjoining the Rost and Telegraph Offices. , - ,, fi r ij „"i a £ ! the AddresarL- -. | ^ R. A. WlfTPTfAM IN...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

BIRTH.   At Charleville, on the 14th inst., Mrs.     W. E. Parry-Okeden, of a daughter.

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 21 August 1875

;dx® WSir OOEEESPONBKNT. j f : An&ust 7. We have at last heard, of Mr. Jff*£>evifct JEe has had a " great meettng-^much the same ;jas usual; but he had another which wasn't% J£at a^ti-inunigration party filled die room, removals his chairman and substituted iheir own, and carried resolutions againstiinmigration. I sup pose ho's beginning - to ilnd Out that he is no 1 prophet in Ms own wontry. ' i' : i ^' This week hasnotfbeen prolific in Parliament- i ijaiybusmess. Thfe'Eouse did a Jittle Supply, on lT££sday,/iffid' adjourned^ ^ wpomhajSh^w^';;^feere! was in65re 'growling' bver : "the raflway es'tixn^ea and the excess over the j estimate, about which poor Stanley got the offer of, another appointment.; and the Minister for Works kindly informed members that another £16,000 is stiLLwanted to complete the extension .of the Southern and Western Railway to the metropolis. . . The Roman Catholic portion of the community, are busy doing honour to the memory of O'Con -nelL : Dr....

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