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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

11. LEW1N & Ca HA.TOE JUST OPENED 45 CASES AKD PACKAGES OF CHOICE: CONSISTING OF 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, <fce. LADIES' SEALSKIN JACKETS LADIES' BLACK SATIN SKIRTS LADIES' OVER SKIRTS in Quilt cas, Felts, Winceys, &c. LADIES' WOOLLEN SHAWLS in Rob Roys, Shepherds' Plaid, and fancy colours; all sizes LADIES' PROMENADE SCARFS CHILDRENS' PELISES and FROCKS in scarlet, blue, marrae,.amber, and drab FRENCH MERINOS, Coburgs all colours NAP WITNEY CLOTH, blue and scarlet ALPACCA3 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 Flannel! flannel! Flannel! 47 PIECES FLANNEL in Welsh, Imita tion Welsh, Saxony, &c. GREY CALICO, single and double Sheeting, White Twilled Sheeting ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CONTRACTS FOE TEDS ROMA HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

OBIGDfAL COBBESPQXBENCE, CONTRACTS FOE TEDS ROMA HOSPITAL. To (he Editor of the Western Star. Sir,— It is a curions and rauiarkable fact, bat j sfciH a. true one, that at a meeting of the Hospital Committee—three members of that ccnur ittse being; preseftt—the tender of Mr. J?. I?OWiKs for supply of meat for the Lospiial was accepted, ifcat\of ±he Boma ButclieriKg Company being refused, ®wtvritli BtaMbig litot M>. Dowries' teoafir was «ojm haii Smuy j»? ik la. vcxcess of t^ie t^aiSsr t^ t3ie3o:na utciujnng Companywho, j>ut &eir:io&der Ja 4$; SJi, JitlJowwa? being 4<L per ih. ; V Zj ; The public geaesaliy cannot ibufc feel, I i&oitiS imagine, Shat £uch a proceeding will be anything ^jut palatable to tile subscribers to the hospital, and! myBelf ican ficarcely conceive of any -reason Trcighty^noughix> justify such a course. j It islikewiss cnriouB and remarkable, yet true, 13iftt whereiB tjie -Buoeessful tenderer is supplying me^t to i&a...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, August 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, August 31. (Before the Police Magistrate.) E. Bellgrove «. Robert Simmons.—Claim of £10, valne of a cow. Postponed, to Thursday, the 9th September. John Anderson v. H. J. Clarke.—Claim of £5, damages for trespass. Verdict for defendant. F. Morrison v. W. Gamble.—Claim of £2 Is. 6d.f for goods supplied. Verdict for plaintifij with 8s. costs and os. for attendance. W. Byrnes v. F. i^eitz.—Claim of £1 16s., for il legally impounding. Plaintiff nonsuited. Thursday, September 2, {Before the Police Magistrate.) W. B. MTTIirJIY V. T. J. SE1DTHOBPE. This was a claim of £17 18s. for one euifc-of cloth ing for racehorse at £5; balance of account of stabl ing £5 ISs. ; and two dishonoured cueqv&L, £7, Mr. Abbott for defendant. After a lengthy hearing aad most velnzmrams evidence, the Bench gave a verdict for desired amount, with £9 7s. costs.

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PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier.) TUESDAY, August 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

PARLIAMENT. (From the Courier.) Tuesday, August 24. Some formal business was disposed of. The State Education Bill and the Gkhld-iaining Companies Bill •were read a third time. Mr. Macalister then moved the adjournment of the House. Hon. members had, doubtless, ^observed that the flag usually flying wksn Parliament tths sitting Tvsb hoisted half-mast high. -Commodore Goodenougli, the naval oSeer in command of the Atstixjian station, had, unfor tunately, been killed in the South Sea Islands. He would be buried that day in Sydney at 4 o'clock, and, in respect to Lis memory, Mr. Macalister pro posed that the House should adjourn, ilr. P&hifr seconded the motion, though he hoped that such a motion wcuiu not be considered to establish a pre cedent. Mr. Ivory thought there was a good dual of false sentimentality in this. Mr. Bell supported the motion, thinking it unseemly to raise a discus sion on it. Wednesday, August 25. On a motion of Mr. Edmondstone's being called en—proposing...

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THE MITCHELL DOWNS' RESERVE. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

TFTR MITCHELL DOWNS' RESERVE. ! ' To the Editor of the Wesiei'ji Star. i Sib, —As my letter lias brought Mr. B» W. Stuart and a host of followers to the columns of your paper, . I' must again trouble you to iafiert a &w inore^acto contradictory to the allusions of Mr.. Stuart and the gentlemen who signed tlie other letter con tained in your issue of the 2Sth ultimo. In the first place, Mr. B. W. Stuart states that he saw more than four-fifths of the Mitchell Downs people at the piiblic meeting referred to. This, JMr. Editor, I never gainsaid. My statements were simply that the meeting referred to was not called by four-niths of the townspeople as alleged by'ryour '•own correspondent" in-your issue of the 14th ultimo, but was called by the manager of Mitchell Downs Station, Mr. R. W. Stuart, and in this his (Mr. Stuart's) own letter bears me out. Further on Mr. Stuart states that he called at every house in Mitchell, except one: this was my house, and his reason for not calli...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SINGAPORE. Tuesday, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

LATEST IM'ELLIOEFCEV FEB ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SINGAPORE. ; Tuesday.; August 3L Three thousand, insurgents crossed the southern frontier into Turkish territory;. Bands of rebels are also endeavouring to pro voke a rising against theTarlrish authorities in Bulgaria. . '

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

MITCHELL. [f£om odb own correspondent. j August 31. The Rev. Mr. Warner held Divine service at the Odurt-kouse on Sunday last at 7 p.m., wMcli was very fairly attended. The rev. gen- ; tieman preaehed 9. very interesting sermon, which I was much appreciated by the congregation. On Sunday last, about 10 a.m., a happy pair might be seen wending their way through the town mounted on a pair of " Arab steeds" ea rditue to Roma on a matrimonial speculation. Great preparations are being made here by the friends of the parties for a "great rejoicing" on their return. I hope," our Sam" is satisfied at the produc tions in. your issue of Saturday last re Reserve. C see one of those aforsaid productions bears the signature of every man in the -town, excepting S. Stewart and his employes, which ought to be i eonvincer to " our Sam," who, I think, will Learn a lesson therefrom.

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BRISBANE. Wednesday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

BRISBANE. j Wedik^day, September l-: j Mr. Angus Mackay, oi ihe Queenslander, • has been appointed Special Commissioner to the Philadelphia, Exhibition. - Fridiy, September: 3. The. Star .Queen, from London to . Maay- : borough, 110 days out, with 293 passengexs,. put into Melbourne on the 1st instant shbrt ' of provisions. - Parliament. . ' ;; Tuesday, August 31. , In the Council, The Governor's assent was Bsceivedto the' W^esfceni ilailway BiiL * The Education- Bill was read a second time by 13 to 5. In the Assembly, Mr. Bell presented a petition against the Western Railway Bill, signed by. the Mayor of DaJby. / Ulr. Douglas moved a- resolution affijraaing the advisability of introducing a/ bill to pro-' vide for the settlement of .lands in the Wide; Bay and Burnett districts, and for the formar tion therein of roads, tramways, and railways.. —Carried. - . The Real Property Act AmendmentBill was read a first time. In committee on the Land Bill, the auction and declaratory clauses ...

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DAIRY [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 24. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

i*T -jgeqftirefr again. And, finally, a resolution to request Mr, ^utor, the architect, to airmail a pka of -a wooden church, 25 ft. by So5t»j to ^feat 200 people, with a, square cliancel of proportionate dimensions, to cost about £800. Thft walls "to be of, hardwood, chamfered, lined cedar * the roof aL jlel d lined with - 3?j nve. This was the most busmess-like held in coaaooSaoa with ^his ^eujyect, ,and hope $o. he ■ able l soon Jfcp chroiuejfi that tlie building has been commenced^' - ©a Thursday morning John m'Csnn was charged before the PoUce-ilagi.sira.te and Mr. Skelton, J.IV .with appropriating a«iiverwatch pr<^grty "Cnnninghamy storekeeper Oat By his own ^tuissiou lie took the Gunniiyjham'« pocket apd put it lito Ms owa, bull'as be bad been ..p&taking M.fc cup that inebriates as well as elieera, lie fpS^Rtjiw.pat it; ,l«tdk ^.gatn , and was committed •for.feial at the next sittings of the Supreme CJourfc at 'TooTvoomba. ; On Friday before the same bench ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

MELBOURNE. Wednesday* September !. ' Entries of -wool at tlie Melbourne Exhibi tion will be received \ip to October 25th. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford, and Go. report ^p^t*fe'^wie^>.5!aiJBdbd-- for the weak $ uone were prime ; pric^ TireiM 10s. lower. About 20,000 elieep wbre.-offered for sale; .price for b^t "wctliei*s, 15fi! to 17s. *

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, August 30. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HOUSEBREAKING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

EOMA POLICE COURT. Monday, August 30. (Before the Police Magistrate.) HOUSEBRE A KTKd Henry Jolm Dores was charged with unlawfully breaking into certain premises belonging to John .Graham, on the night of the 29th of August. James Graham deposed: I am a publican residing in Roma; the prisoner stopped in my house since last Tuesday evening ; -during my absence he had given into tile charge of my people a saddle, pack saddle, two uvrags. and two horses ; the swags and saddles were put into the harness room, which is built of slabs, has a bark roof, and is fastened with a padlock ;md key; it is necessary to go through the door to get into the room, except by breaking in; I never refused to give those articles to the . prisoner since they have been in my charge ; there .were other.saddles in the room besides those be longing to prisoner: the door was locked last night;; J-with two other men went to the harness room on : being told that the prisoner was- in it; I unlocked the door and sa...

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LOCAL AND GENEEAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

j LOCAL AJSTJJ GENEEAL NEWS. The cricket match oetweoa lifiissrs. Finui-, more and Quinn's teams -eoeniKfBcad on Satur day last, and will be concluded w-day. Ths; scores, will appear In oiW n^jti.: •, , Mr. W. B. Murphy i-oports i^ving pnrcliaMd. from Mr. Petti for d fifty-seveti acrfes of tUe, banks., of tfc 3 'lustur ,'U£e. p»)p6a!id.:ia3S way i.ta,tidR, for £"200. ing brethren were chbs^^ —jSro^l^^Qoish,1 W.C.T. Broi^olhc^vVj'slporu-ifyilt5i;'3B^St W. S, - B^. ^o^ua jMiBiii ^r-Sfcttt W."OwO; "" J « - - andiWil •■pi^bVfe" elected ****...■■., ._„._,„ ceeded with the, ins wMcll' teen'mijmbert^ init the attendaiice in their iMJw^lfl i have'Bi—,-—.---,.. .,.. . .... jjn^^rTnpftgWjavnm certificate iojihe effect * tagionlias ffcoa-» Queendatid TiTiic^).•*--—Va *-"*->■ iiha, and if fSte feflcwing j _ ^ ^ us by good bescannedbj formed that the young Lakm hMbeen afflicted wlfth meaaleaj jandlmmfer > diately alter their recovery at Sani^gate iit m» " ' deemed • advisable They were con...

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

CHARLEYILLE. [feom oub. own correspondent.] August 28. .. The telegraph line from Tambo to this fair lity of. Cliarleville is, J am happy to say, com pleted. Thanks to Messrs.* M'Glynne (the con tractors) aiid "their able staff of men, yesterday fche jrire was brought up to the new telegraph : jfhichj by~the-way, is nearly finished. Ehig aew line will tap the northern lines, and, in case of a break in the Roma line, we xball not be cut off /from the metropolis, as our messages trill thenbe sent via the North. This little town of ours must be going ahead, if new buildings and rumours of buildings, an 1 ' she selection of nearly all the unsold town lots i (vjthinthe last month, mean anything. By-riie- j aye, we are to be blessed (or the reverse ol ii; i [rithanother public-house. A Sir. Miller has j secured a building site at the west en*?, of the] town," bn which he intends erecting **j& s iiapie j to Bacchus," We then shall have two shrines j srhere its worshippers may indul...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

-:,';:A"'";:.-- i'J' ■ ' ^AnffUBt28. A Bad aocident hasbefallen the Chairman of Committees of the Hotme of Assembly. He has txXSe?i early as a mark of respect to the deceased Commodore <Joodenough, Mr. Moi^u rei^d vi^uously, as isthe castomnodoubt of;ihehon.gentleman, to liis sleeping apartments, but Lad occasion, sub sequently to descend again in the course of the evening—whether to visit Baldwin ora relative . do€ffi 03OT ^«ear—sand hi doing bo managed to tSffiMedownstairBj break several boaas, and dis ablebimselffrom performingasChairman on the Qiwenalapd' Assembly Turf this session; from whence li^ will be no doubt much missed. The {&veznm<mt have not yet called for tenders to Excavate the bon. member's front teeth oat of the ifcairease sailings where they are said to be embedded; perhaps will get the job on private ocmtaict. * j In Parliament^ besides what X have, mentioned .above,there have bsen iBundiy .signs that the - session is coming to an se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

TO OOUJsTCEY HOTEL KEEPERS. ."W. d^ELIXjrROlTE ji&BfoiCsalfi, anexcellent "well _Lj» famished „ * J THBEE^QCABTER 'BHiLliEto TABLE, uearlyi new; witli jpoQl and pyranud. 4balis, cues and. Test complete.A bargain for cask. 75 Fialoforte. VlB WJijJ BELLGrHG'$r35 Has i$c£ived instrue-i v-JJ. :tioiis:.to offer forpnJsate sale • . j A SEMI-€!fiasb ^mrOFOETE ^ Eiy GoIbtrd-and <3olliRL, nfearlview aiid of magnifi cent power ;. qmck, soft, sndfull compass. A bar gain for cash. "* Theabove wishes to direct Hie especial , attention ■of resident families to tills opportunity of p«x -chasing /an instrument Beldom met witli rn even ■ large aad prosperoiis to^ms.- Tjie niBtrumeiit was imported by its pre-erit jropnetot, ^whose only : reason for .parting ^with itis oa'aceount of IeaTingJ colony. * " 158 EDWIN BELIGROYE, JStocJi:, Station^ and Gonfflmsmn Agent 1'DOtiIL STEEET, SOM A ,, ll"^§ao ^^^^t opportonitv for a small capi jT3_ *%alistm??tlie;^j}rrego .district, suitable for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

BkWK SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. T*u» to Cipmi., £1,000,000. 3lESEXVEFtTCTjJ23|&.^ THE ROmI";BRAWCH T¥1BA3SSM33$ -all^isiial banking Business, A iadadirig Ad^ilijefi on approved Securities, allows^ IntjMBsl <>a: '$,ixed Deposits, and issues ■drafts on tWiJ3&ik,13ranclies-and Agencies in pie ATistraliaa Colonies and United Kingdom, <&c. .• - ■ . ■-■ • . • •■ . H. G. CLEEVE, . Acting-Manager. Boma, 18th March, 1875. 9 THE ^TJEENSLJUSTD ~ - miOiiLMK (LOOTED)- ., o^is^jXtosm. {WrrHX^WER tq, IijrcaEASB-To tOKE MraaoN). SoSSCRlBED^APiT^ £350,000. -. Paid trr Capital, £175,435. HEAD OFFICE: BBISBA3SE. lieenleigh Charters Towers; Cooktown „ iDalby , ." Gymjne r' Xpswich » _ ^ BLANCHES, Maryliorough: j^MIilcliester ^J&oma -Stanthorpe -Tocwoomba Townsville. AGENTS in. -London, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western' Austra NewZealan&y^ OF the a3>o^3iarikyM|£i^ : -. -'Mwl • miy .'of; the a^ve-Tiam^ BraiiSifiB;...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

ROMA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1875. Some few months back we reverted to the growing necessity which. had arisen for the establishment of a Supreme Court at Roma, pointing out the great expense to the colony and inconvenience to the public entailed in "bringing cases from tlie -extreme western to nearly the extreme eastern boundary of the colony. The truth of these remarks are borne out by a glance at the calendar of the Too woomba assizes held on the 26th July last. At the. sittings referred to the cases set down for trial were as follow:—Toowoomba, 4 ; Charleville, 4 ; St. George, 1 j and Goondi windi, 1 : thus showing that at least one-half were committals from places within a com paratively short radius from Roma, but at an absurdly expensive one from Toowoomba. During the past year there have been seven, indictments originating from Charleville alone for crimes of that deeper magnitude 'which re quire to be tried at one of the higher -crimi nal courts, the nearest of which is at ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

BIRTH.—On the 29th August, at McDowall-street, Roma, the wife       of Mr. John Sparks of a daughter.    

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MASSACRE OF COMMODORE GOODENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 September 1875

MASSACRE OF COMMODORE It is with/much sorrow ihat we (Sydiify jEcM) \ have to renounce die 3eath of ibis distinguished. naVal officer, whor was mortally wounded at Santa'Cruz, andwhosesad fafcewill cause uni versal regret The following is an official report of the cir- < cuiustances connected with, the melancholy event — : Her Majesty'sshipPearlarrived hereonMoii -3ay morning. She has returned from the South] Sea Islands, which Commodore Goodenough was visiting fortlie purpose ofobtalrimg origi nal information in regard to the natives, and as -'-•to the. possibility iof^toblishing friendly rela-: tions with them. . ' On the 12th. August .'the Pearl, was off Carlisle Bay, Santa Cruz Island. : ieaving ilie ship in j the offing, the Comtiiodore landed, accompanied : by some officers and men, in hopes of: conciliat ing the natives and -opening a friendly intercourse j with them. - ' /r • The latter, assembled in goodly numbers on the-beach, accept^ presents in an apparently f...

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JOTTINGS BY THE WAYSIDE. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 September 1875

JOTTESTOi IJr iTHE WAYSIDE. No. 1. Old Sell juvaluir tclls us some quaint stories in his "Memoirs." A few treat on low; contractors swindle the Itussian Gorejnment.; I? toy aiMcoi^: whit in this -wise:—-A contract was taken for 1000 tons of <k>al to be delivered at the arjcnal. The contractor Laving arranged with the receiving official there, the little game then commences.; The contractor sends in ten waggon-loads of coal, each of two tons.' Mo. 1 man with his waggon^ on entering the front gates, gets a receipt for his two tong; he then quietly leaves by the back gates " with his load/,' and in ashort iime again, presents himself and ills coal at the front gates, and obtains another receipt "fox*. the; same load,; the whole of the ten waggons1 going through i the same performance until the required quantity is delivered. The^ twenty tons are then shot out amongst other* heaps—-that is, it appears bo on the face of; the receipts, which show that , 1000 tons of coal wer...

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