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TRIPS THROUGH THE MARANOA AND LEICHHARDT DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

TRIPS THROUGH THE MARANOA AND LEICTTTT A TtDT DISTRICTS. [By Nomad.] Leaving the rising town of Roma, we next came to the well-known Mount Abundance station, situated on Bungeworgorai Creek, a tributary of the Balonne. This station has long enjoyed the reputa tion of being one of the best pastoral propei ties in "Western Queensland, and is held by the Scottish Australian Investment Com pany, a powerful and wealthy association emanating originally from Aberdeen—that town of bold speculators—but now consisting principally of English and Scottish share holders, who have, under the excellent super vision of their manager (John Robertson, Esq.), expended a princely sum on it in im provements. The head station, -which is pleasantly situ ated on I^ungeworgorai Creek, presents the appearance of a very comfortable homestead. A neat and rather stylish residence for the manager is the first picture in the foreground which strikes the attention of the visitor; large and commodious stables and c...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. MELBOURNE. Monday, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

PEE ELECTRIC TELEQBAIH. « MEEBOTJiLNE. Monday,.Ajpnl'5. . The . Suez Mail per ^steam ship China Jim arrived. •;; TheSydney portion was fonraded * lmmedia^ly^but the Queensland migib ^ite detained "for' the "Ellora." : S3&wers£ Rutherford, and Co-^report that 1400 head of cattle were;yardai fliin week. They -were sold at areductibn , 20,000 sheep were offei^j pra^jjrMaiy^y^ medium quality, and Prime wethers which were 6d. to^ a^ls. per head;; ^Je^^u^ty brougLt

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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RACES TO COME OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

RACES TO ' Ipswich (N. A. J;C!.} • Brisbane ... Taroom {4ottU.il) ... St. George (lialonnt; <T. C.) Toovoomlvt f D. D. J.C.) Dalby (N.D. J.C.) .,r Koma {Mama oa T, C.) Warwick (T.C.) ... Ruskfcampton f.T.O.) Maryl-orough (J.C.) GjTajjie {T.C.J May13 and J 4. May 2-J aiKVSji May 25 ainl 23 Iklay ?5-an:{ 26 Jane 3 aad A June 9 auiii 10 Juue 9 aiwl JO June H><mdl7 July 6 ajjd 7 July 20a5!l?l Jnly 30 and 31 Thors is a rumour, grow-iiip; in strength every day {sOiVn thG /JoiiH Journal), thrvi at the end of tls& season tbe'Onke of Con:uai;glit:Tyi3 teko t?;" M;>aself; a wife; one of tho lairojt of ajjgie.£ t£rda« jhierso£ Erin. -.'v.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

TiftS DAY—AT, 12 O'CLOCK. 1? DWTN BE^lJGil.0 VE will Sell by Public Auc . tion," at his Yards, %:jSead;;^ _ciot^ with Young Calves, : > . THE.JPapPEBTV OF Me. JoHiT LlXES, ■ Boma BrecL Terms Cash- No Reserve. FRIDAY, APRIL 16. Horses, Cattle, Furniture, &c. ED WIN BELLGROVE lias received instructions from Mr. Robert Martin to^Sell by Public Auction, at bis Yards, Roma, On FRIDAY, the 16th Instant,"* at 10 o'clock, About 40 Head of CATTLE, A MUMng Herd, and, their Progeny, "Noted fortheunusual quality of their supply of Milk and ' Sutter, for which latter commodity two successive prizes o£ the Western Pastoral Asso ciation have been awarded their owner. "The present' magnificent season offers advantages to buyers. The *ole reason for the owner parting with them is onaccount of his leaving the district. The whole of the Cattle are now and have been running upon the Roma Reserve and adjacent boundaries, and are no trouble to keep or look after. To town residents they are a c...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

HOMA Us published at Boma every SATURDAY Morn ing, aid is despatched by the Mails leaving 01 -that day for" the MitehfeU, Cliarleville, Tambo Taroom, Condamine, Dalby, Brisbane, ami <other places. . Subscription,-<,£l~4L-"per annum, or 6s. pei 'quarter, flxiiLBLE nr atoVANCE. _AJJ¥ERTISEMENTS .Are inserted according to the following scale s. d. Fourlines and under .. . -2 • 0 Six lines . . . ... 3 0 Eight lines . '\ 4. 0 . Every additional eight lines 2 0 No advertisement, if, booked, will be charged . . ries^itaaji;i3s/- : - ■;=-/ - -'--'r ■ A-liberal discourii allowed .en continuous ad vertisements. - •. AlT-advertisements must specify ^on 'the "face of ihfeni i&e iiijmtiber. of times they are to be .inserted,lor <3iey. mil .be continue till counter manded, and charged accordingly. ; Anyperson ordering a&vertisemerifcs or print ingon behalf of a committee formed, or to be ; formed, for any public purpose, will be held Peksonaily BBS...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

£2 REWARD. J^OST from Mitchell Downs. One IRON-GREY HORSE, 6 overH neaf shoul der, FIN (registered brand) off shoulder..... One LIGHT-GREY HORSE, 6 over H over like J near shoulder, FIN (registered brand) off. shoulder.. • . c' One TAFFY COB, 1ED (registered brand) off shoulder, FIN {registered brand) near shoulder. . Any person delivering the -above-mentioned horses to D. J. Benjamin and Co., Roma, or James Flynn,. .Mitchell Downs, will receive the above Reward. S3 £5 REWARD. LOST or Stolen, a STOCKWHIP. The handle. is worked in imitation of plaited leather, and it has a cow-horn ring on butt. The above reward will be paid on conviction if stolen, and 5s. reward if lost, on delivery to 88 ROBERT MARTIN. , WANTED to be known, that Few PERSONS coming into Roma LEAVE without giving Aitdebson a CALL. Any person giving him a call will find him Al. 81 JOHN ANDERSON. W ANTED, 200 HURDLES. Apply at MOUNT ABUNDANCE. WANTED, £200 worth of TRANSFERABLE LAND-ORDERS. Highest cash price given. A...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

THANKS I TAKE this means of THANKING all, those KIND FRIENDS, both in the town and dis- trict, for their ASSISTANCE given in so many   ways, and so liberally, towards our Sunday-school Feast, and through which aid our day was made so pleasant a one. THOS. WARNER, Incumbent St. Paul's. Roma, April 3, 1875.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 10 April 1875

At Gubbermunda, on the 23rd March, the wife of James Lalor, Esq., of a son. At Mount Abundance, on the 29th March, the wife of Mr. H. W. E. Mackay, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office, Friday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

Western StarJOfBce,^.. ' "I&adayiEraaai®. * 1, • • • ' <• • V - £j; . Business be expected .during thel «n^ng') erable number alreadjr arrived in town, to be pe8eSvlilie1$>> trict ' from ^yhyluaii^ ^^^pfflCiipispi. E. Bellgrbyeijt" sr bcSid j 44 be****. r**— >«■. - ■ - tbft store of MGSfer8.7Bfc' wool,' H.' and G^-Bisppej Mitchell ;remaimngr " most likely :be jEon" o£ wool, Eurella. ; ■ • ■ v

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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A CLOUD IN ASIA. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

A CLOUD Uf ASIA. ■(From the Australasian.) The stability of our position, in India is a question -which is being canvassed at home by more than one journal possessing special sources of information on a subject of -such vital con cernment to the empire. Towards -the 'end of 1870 the late Lord Mayo "warned the Imperial Government that there was . a feeling of discon tent pervading the jxrinds of the-native popula tion, which he impressively described as "a po litical danger, the magnitude of which can hardly be over-estimated." Tliat the Yiceroy did not exaggerate or misconceive the threatening aspect of affairs is evident from the terms of a minute written about the -same "time by the present Commander-in-Chief in India, in which he de clared that We "never had a less Thold on "the affections of the people than now." This is a painful admission to have to make after having occupied and governed -the country for upwards of a century; and we-regtei to find the statements confirmed by ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON. Monday, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FEB EUBCFBIC "TELEGRAPH. -♦ IjQNDON. "Monday, April <12. The Word Deutsche 'Ztalmvj partially con *tradicts the warlike rumours ccurrent, , but mews ihe reorganisation and increase of the JFrench army withmuch disgust. The German Catholic Bishcps ihave pre .-sented a petition'to 4,he Emperor of ©ermany .against the Disendowment See, BiU, avhicli ^was referred by .him :to ^tlie .Ministry, who rrejected it. 'Tuesday, April .13. The uneasiness "in reference to the ex-' •change of communication ^between Germany -and Belgium is gradually subsiding. In the House of Commons, Mr. -Disraeli :«tated his belief that the Belgium incident -would be amicably concluded, and further wadded that if the>inilependence or neutrality *of Belginm was threatened he knew his cLuty, sand would not wait to summons Parliament H>efore taking steps tto vindicate the honour of \3England. r - ' IPSWICH. iFriday, JLpril >16. Mr. Mearns was - elected alderman yester «iiay by...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. I To Hie Editor of tiue. Western Star. Sir,—May I be allowed at this late time to ■add my congratulations to the many others of your correspondents from all parts of the country. In many ways you will be a great boon to us, as people living only a few miles out of town had to look to our nearest newspaper-200-miles away J for our own local news, and even then we areref "chiefly regaled with municipal matters upon which I am shocked to say, moBt'O'f uis did not: bestow that attention such important matters i •deserved. Of course it matters to us whether •the Dam was to be up the hill, or at the back of: Mr. LuJdn's late -residence. -For some consider-, able time I Was under the impression that it was •to be between the Bank of New South Wales and Messrs. Jaewsn's Store, which would have ■ been very convenient; howevec, you have.put: ine right as to its whereabouts, ircit the excava-; tions near the Bank are still being carried on, whatever they may potend, as...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

LOGAi AL KEWS. • , i; » J J if<i (1;. A ratal accident occurred m this town on Monday evening to a man%nown as Jack* Mar tin, and who -WH^<r&id£ag'<on Amby Downs. The 'chi^ turnkfeyofihte featol, Philip Marshall, about 7 o'tlbck-on'the e-feemng of the 12th inst. heard a horse galloping! very'lrard. from the town towards- his, house,, ^aiid when -it was .op posite &he gaol, rhe .heard two or three groans. sanf a.man lying on his hack. :r Marshall spoke to the man, but could jget fio Teply" ; .his pulse was then moving. Dr. Smithy who was called in by the Police, Dr. De Leon being -unwell, at once pronounced life to beextinct, the poor fellow's neck being broken. 'Ata ma^sterial' enquiry held next day. a verdict of accidental death was returned. Martin had been drmkingj^and about an hour before the a<x:ident^cciilt^ed had bought and; taken away a bottle ^^randy from Batzloif's. The two ^remaining aldermen, Messrs. W. B. Murph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

fQUEENSLAOT) PASTORAL AND AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY. ; nPHE AJSTNUAL EXHEBITION will be held J- at . the Churchill Yards, Ipswich, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, May 11 and 12. PBIZE-SCHEDULE. . • ' Skctkhs L—Hobses. Class i. For the best Blood Stallion, four years old and over, first-class certificate For the next best, second-class certificate 2. For, the best Blood Stallion, three years old, first-clxuss certificate For the next best, second-class certificate 3. For the best Blood Stallion, two years old, first-class certificate For the next best, second-class certificate 4. For the best Blood Stallion, one year old, first class certificate - For the next best, second class certificate 6. For the best Blood Mare, three years old and over, first-class certificate For the next , best, second class certificate 6. For the best Blood Filly, two years old, first class certificate For the next best, second-class certificate 7. For the best Blood Filly, one year old, first class certificate^ For ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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POLICE COURT, ROMA. Saturday, April 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

.POLICE COURT, ROMA. • Saturday,- April 10. ''(Before the Police Magistrate.-) *TJ)SSOUSn> 'MIND. George Hoops was brought up on-remand sus pected of being of unsound mind. Frederick Smith deposed that he was a duly qualified medical practitioner residing in Roma; Jiad examined the accused twice, and considered him to be of sound mind, and not a fit person be confined in a lunatic asylum ; witness's .reason for giving 'this opinion was that he could find no delusion ; prisoner simply complained of mesmeric influences over him, which are ac knowledged facts, and consequently cannot be delusions ; considered him perfectly safe to him self and others, and fit to be at large. The prisoner was discharged. Monday, April 12. [ '(Before the Police Magistrate."') Three drunkards were brought up, and dis charged ; one man, charged -with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s. Tuesday, April 13. ' '(Before the Police Magistrate.) . UNSOUND MIND. . ! D. G. Macpherson was brought up on sus...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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CHEAP RAILWAYS. (From, the Courier, April 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

CHEAP RAILWAYS. ((from, the Courier, April 9 ) When^werefloct-Tipon theextent to which bette* means of conveyance than those we have are really necessary to the progress-of the-colony, and com* .pare it with the limited meansai-ourcommand, wo cannot but regret the absenceof authoritative infor mation -as to the cheaper kinds o? Railroad v. b :ch might meet our requirements. And yet the im- . portanee-of the matter would have justified more than common effort -onthe pstrt-of the Gdvemment to obtain it. If a line answeringthepuiposfes of a . district could be constructed for £1500; a mile, St ( may soon be made clear -that the difficulties in the Tway-of applying a land'^sSyment towardstilfg ^cost ofoonstruction would be greatly decreased ; Jor We must remember .that ihe rapidatyof.personal ctJtt veyance as veiy seldom indeed ?a ^necessity in this . colony, -especially in communication -between the interior and.the -coast. The isafe, certain, and. moderately expeditious nauriag&am...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

THB L QUARTER'S REVENUE. '(From-OieiGourier.') 'Tire "revenue for the March quarter, exclusivE-cf Land-orders, amounts to £*285,519, an increase of £4928 over the corresponding quarter of 1S74. The expenditure for the same -period amounts to £359,945, an increase ef £40,205 over the March quarter of 1874.:— • Jfyrst Quarter. First Quarter.] 1874- 1875. Revenue .... £280,691 £285,519 Expenditure ... 319,740 359,945 Excess of expenditure's ; j£!39,i49 .£74,426 The revenue during the: quarter Tias, "therefore, increased atfthfi rate of 2 per cent, nearly, and the expenditure "at the rate -of 12 per cent., showing a ■balance a^ainEst the colony, as compared with the corresponding quarter of 1874, <©f £35,277 The Customs receipts for the quarter amount to £100,889—afaUing^fifas-compared. with-the -receipts in 1874, amounting to £10,160, -or at43ie rate of 8 per cent Owing to the reduction in the-ad valorem duties from 10 to 0 per cent., there is a decrease under that head from...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 17 April 1875

w. b". mxtbphy, STOCK, STATION, " ' fc , 1KB COMMISSION AGE-NT, M'JpO WALL-STREET, ROMA, . ' gllEGS' to norfcifyto the public generally that he JLJ hftB on hand FAT AND STORE CATTLE, - FAT AND STOJtE SHEEP, „ - DRAUGHT AND SADDLE HORSES, BUGGIES AND DRAYS, WINES and SPIRITS; and Merchandise of all ' -descriptions selected by : himself for country requirements. Buyer of Stock, also of Hides, Sheepskins, Wool, and Tallow; and liberal advances made on same consignedto himfor absolute sale.: Agent for Medhurst and Co., General Importers; ' Hunter, Boot . Manufacturer and Importer ; and approver of all the principal stock joing ' East for the Brisbane buyers. TVom W. B. Murphys' long experience of stock, all parties can confidently approve of his choice. MO 35T 0E3 -y- X.B3STT from. £10 up to a £1000, on. good security. E. BELLGROVE HAS now on SALE a number of lots of STORE CATTLE—in all, about 300 bead The! "present admirable state of tbe country, in -conse- \ •quence of the late rains,...

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