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COOKTOWN. Wednesday. September 27 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

*w71: cooa^wi^fn'-J | Wednesday. Sehf«Tnf»pr 97 I I Mr. Mulligan's exploring - party i*eturned *fi Tuesday, No firesh discoveries of payable jbld-fieids have jossed good "i, Princess tadofcfce's Bay. ^' • - ■ ' ^

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. Tuesday, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

SYDNEY. Tuesday, September: I a lie man-ol-war schooner Beagle, from fcdkes' Group, confirms the report of the 3 ta sacre of the crew of the schooner James »ii de, and the subsequent burning of the ■ es eh The natives sparecl the carpenter mU he-had repaired the hoats,, and then |iu dered liim. -

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SUBSCRIPTION PRODUCE STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

A SUBSCRIPTION PRODUCE STAKE, j "at. jBy Blacelock.1 In last week's Western Star appears a letter signed " Oppossum." The oppossum has, to my thinking, taken some very sensible obser vations from the lieigitt of hisgum-treo, and, amongst others, "tliat it would be far more judicious on. the part of owners of blood horses in this district to start a Produce Stakes by subscription, both for the benefit df the public and themselves, than to quarrel over the relative merits of their respective horses.1' A Produce Stakes subscribed for by owners, with something added by a racing' club in this district, would be a benefit, I maintain, to the public in general j for an Australian public, I may say, is a mounted public, and both the comfort and offc-timos the safety of a man in the bush depends on the way he is mounted. A more desirable way of securing the well-mounting of bushmen in a district cannot be pointed out than by' bringing into the district such sires as there., are at present, a...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

!F0 CK5GNTRY HQTEL KEEPERS. BEtl^EO^g 6asforlBisle, aJi'excelient -well SlZJ.\ '•;J;;' : ■■ BEUZARD TABkE, nearly new, ^^ toooi"andpjfii&id balls, (i&esand" ^estoraiplete. AWgain for cash. v ;i 75 ^Fi&nofoito. t ASWlI?•-^EtlXS&PViS lias . teceived instruc JL.J tionfltoofferforprivsffce Bale A SEWI-GRAlj® PIANOFORTE .... ^3^S(!llilir3iBi (SoiiawU nearly new and of magnifi ■^cent ^w^j^qnick, soft, and full compass. A bar Theabove wistos to direetthe espial Attention: r*.'®t'3®iaideiHi ^families - to this op^rfanity of pur > chasing ~ah instrument seldoin'met with in even *laige"aficl prosperous towns. The instrument was impflfted byits present ,proprietor, whose only J 'xefcon" for" parting moth it is on account of leaving "siteftjyiijr.,,:- > 158 Party Half-bred Leicester Earns T?I BEHjGEOv£ has received - instructions- to . JLJ» Sell by Private Contract, t:4pO^Sl£-bT»d' LEICESTER RAMS, >• bred by; Messrs. Wlidash; for delivery on a station ^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABHSBffiD, 1817. ..,-\ «b. 8d. THE ROMFBRANCH ''^^KANSACTS all usiial Banking Business, !'!i/ including Advances on approved Securities, allows liitcrcst on Fixed Deposits, and issues drafts on the Bank Branches and Agencies in tte Australian Colonies and. Unifced Kingdom, " &c. ' . * H.C. CLEEVE, X:.. Acting-Manager. .Rhi*, , • -1^76. 9 ' J , TffEQtlEENSL AND • V — ; ^MJHTJED). r - -. CAPITAL, £500,000. '^tWlXH^PoWEE TO INCREASE TO ONE MltLIOK). . SoBscauBED Cawm, £350,000. .. / Pau> to Capitax, £175,435. HEAD OFFICE : BRISBANE. f Beenleigh ■; CharteisJFowers . Cooktown V'v' •*-. Ipswich BRANCHES. Maryborough Millchester Rockhampton Roma Stauthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. AGENTS -in London, New -- South Wales, Victoria/ South Australia, Western Austra ■ .lia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New York, .. Ran Franeisco, India, and the East. IffilfS® BRAFCH ,^VF jthe ahoye Basit grpits Drafts, negotiates .ai^ . collficts BHls - ^f Exchange on any of *the above-n...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

{/ eOMMEEGMIi. Messrs. Molle and Go. report, under date Septem ber 24:— ■ ; Wool: Several small greasy clips principally from free selectors, are to hand. Owing to the. late fall in the English markets, and the want of animation in the series of sales now going on, buyers ask a considerable reduction on late rates. We quote greasy wool, good fair quality, at from 9<L to lid. per lb., iii -Brisbane. Sheepskins': The above remarks apply, and 6fd to 7d. are the ruling rates for good lots free from seed. . Hides : This market, is also quiet. Sound - clean lots up to 4d. per lb. Horse Hides: A steady demand at from 7s. to 8sl each. Tallow: Brisk market. Good mutton, 34s. to 35s. per cwt. ; beef, 30s. to 31s. per cwt. Stud Cattle : We report having sold to.Messrs. .Henderson and Moore, of Tantitha, the pure-bred Hereford bull Garibaldi, and a pure-bred Durham cow ; also, to S. Michael JGsq., of the Bald Hills, a pure-bred shorthorn bull arid two heifers ; and also several other...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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TAROOM. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

TAltQOM. I ~ I rami OUIt tJWN 'COSEESPONDENT. | TaroomLtes are what Hamlet calls " gruntiqji ml groaning under a weary life scarcity ojf, pass, bigh rates of carriage*. and stagnation <ti □usiness ; m. Jaci, general debility of tlxe sjb| fcem. Some two months since there was to bt seen strong evidence of a general exodus ; dray; were packed, shops clbsed, and even banquet: given in honour of the dear departing^ , but t( ' ' your ownV^astonislimeiit, instead of afaakeniu_< to ihe -tune of -Goldsmith^ "Deserted Village"' behold 1 .shops and_pUb£.,<$li reopened. • Unfeel ing people eay old dsbtswere.collected. Taroou people would scorn such a* subterfuge. j We have a great name and unenviable nafo riety as ikSng paiticulaflj; fatal to police magi? irates. * X-.I ;b&je se^dj&emi to-day walk tli< streets strong in their . .magisteriid -dignity tomorrow in sackcloth and aslies," a mysteriou investigation going on within the close...

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CHARLEVILLE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

CHAEIiEVILLE. . .[ratOM OUKvOWN tX»EKESPONDENT.] Coming events cast their sliadows before i J. Muiphy, Esq., Cobb and Co.'s agent, baa paid us a flying "visit, just to see " what like the roads are" prior to tendering to run a mail coach weekly from Roma to Chadeville. I hope ere long to hear the well-known cry of the driver of " all aboard ;[letfem rip." It would put one in mind of the beaching days in "Victoria, when 1 Old Shep used to run the Ballarat coach,* not forgetting Lame Brad, Cabbage-tree Ned, and Wnite-headed Bob, who used to put the Castle maino coach through- 1 trust to see all this repeatad here, until the iron horse runs them oil'; th-jy then will.haveto seek "fresh fields, Je.,&c." Y a carricr living at Roma was sued by a store keeper here for a certain amount for damages -sustained by wilful and negligent detention of goods in his charge as a earner on-; a ^burney from Dalby to Charleyille, contrary to the terms of his agreement. The case was to be heard o...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

bbisbane. r " t' 'J OIZR OWN COBEES?ONX»ENT.J ;■. ' .. 53..., •. . September 18. T^wrote vn leax and trembling of i5iy. '&esrJ&inEr^a lackidf 'nfetps^hileParliament was - y$ropogiieid*;<-but Providence"iS good" to news ! to tixe young - -tavens, andl dorp say I shall find something to J..AJ -^jrlte about, .and. what. I.hope-will be interesting' Jp* F<«- instijnce; when at my wits *• %nd wawdp.nng what subject would afford a little *:ment<&. pabulum for 'your reJiders, the Orangemen r rgel .up apetition to the Queen about Sir Maurice .fP^ponn®^*® "fruiting the" Pope's health before '■the. Qiieen's at the O'Connell centenary com 4nemoration. This memorial is being circulated the.colony,so presumably it -will reach |as &r as Roma," but lit case some of your readers "■may ttot Waffordedthe pleasure ofseeing it, I commences by ' -e«ttiijg,.out that ^ir Maurice holds a commission •1: :: theJ&overnment of the colony i...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

KM A3X1DEBTS COURT. - JSSSig."feegptembtfr 28^ ;S^ Murphy.—uiaun 01 x,i os. delivered, . Veidictfor plaintiff j i jfor lls.34., witli is. costs. i If-;--! H| Cl MillSon^w. -—Hinton.—Claim of *£2 7s. 9£cL ' ter gooSls sold 'aAd'"delivere<L Verdict for fall] ■aMount/with 8el^c&ts.? ? -s j J. J. s^aihn 4>. ~W{ B. - isinrphy.—^Claim of £9, j . r ^diabononred promissory-note. Adjourned for a iwedtt' •* > " ' / : ;i_ § \ - J

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

MITCHELL. {"-FROM OUB OWN COEBBSPOHDENT.] " The residents bere are greatly disappointed at < aha. non-arrival of Ml-. Surveyor -Blake to sur vey the !reserve. Some, tbnte ismse, 'vten -the agitation on this matter was at its height/ Ihe the Lands -Department" mformed the townspeople that M«oon as Mis. Surveyor Blakeliad completed his engagements atEurella he wpuld/stait ytn : Mitettdi; ; serve as petitioned of the residents of ihe town on the •weeks ag$ia^"$£ .'at *J Iobs to ,o£"fai±l^ and hope that?Mk.-tB]Ske is T*3i&A Blake is persod^yiloioi^ iA'bbme^^^lbNl^v 5kaa'8eat tte'gentleinan -fre want here at the present time as he is sure to act in accordance withihe wishes of the majority anasurv^yourrescrve'atecfetfiiJigly. " Mr. 'Murphy, "road manager for Messrs. •Cobb and Co. passed' through, here on. 21st instant. Itis^he intention of this company to tender for theniail service by coach between Koma and Charleviili3j and 1Mb-.. Murphy proceeds thither for the purp...

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DALBY. [FORM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

DAliBY. ' " ] [from otra own correspondent. ""Those much, admired artistes, Mr. ana Mrs. George Case (Grace Egerton), in their farewell visits through, the Colony, gave their final per formance in Dalby last Wednesday evening, at the School -of Arts, to a crowded house. . They ap peared" in a piece called "Latest Intelligence," in which the lady charmingly rendered some excellent songs, and impersonated with exceeding cleverness a variety of amusing characters, Mr. Case per forming on the violin and concertina to the deljght of all hearers. As a souvenir, each purchaser of a front seat ticket was presented with a well-execu ted photograph of " Grace Egerton" of ordinary life.. - - - The usual meeting of the Municipal Council was held on-Thursday evening, .a subject"of some im portance being diseused, and action taken upou it —namely, that the reserves about town were being overran by stock belonging to selectors and others, and were not " reserved" to their legitimate pur poses. ■ I...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

LOCAL AND GENEE^L^JSTEWS. 'Shearinghas commeneedat whore there are 200,000; sheep to be' shorn. Mr. James M'CoU has charge of the 'shed this year. A gentleman (Mr. Rule) has arrived from Bris bane to take charge of the station until the re turn of Mr. Robertson, who is expected about the end of this month. At Talav^ra shearing is finished, and lambing is now going forward. Mr. Tooth ha« 30,000 ewes, to lambj and fully expects an average of 100 J>er cent. Shearing operations begin at Tyreonnel on the 18th ; at Burenda about the 10th ; at Gowrie neear Cliar leville, on the 15th • and at Whyanbah on the Balonne, on the 8th of this month. Judging from the tone of some of pur corres- ! pondents letters which appear in this issue, our Western friends look upon the visit of Mr. J. Murphy, Cobb's road manager, as a good omen, and are jubilant at the prospect of getting a well horsed and properly managed line 0f mail coaches through their district at last, although it is only, to run once...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, September 28 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

•• : MELBOtTRNE..^' ^ li li JLuesdavv SeniemW 9ft . 1/ IVilliam M'Cullpcli's. ^ebvatedL herd pi to $§ >••' ; j ••; •; jfrivafce" swivices from Iiondon report an axfeiice in the pHc^ fcf vroolj. ranging from l''Jfco l£d..per lb.' tj,¥ .v ^ ^ 1 • Wddriesfltfp;, Sepl^Der 29. . lie Catholics are; jna££ng, g*««i t&Ke the 'j^®la^ge meet iujHield yesjberd&jr'"aitJ^aJIarati under the pernancy ojf vvilpresent. - - * : diesis. -Powers, "*&'"■ [wii jiat 1000 cattle were-yarded, laiid a de jlu'Sof: IOjs. per, head was - ^hljmitted ^ko. 21iw. sheep were Ottered, prices remaining n^lljed. ; Tfiey IStSifema.' cr<|;ti& at from 15s.' to i6s.,0d. ' ; >Sroisfe/ 'SeptemTjer 23.—The ETiibii liave notified to ihe ktevedBPeafsJM^oliiWs amployisre of labonrttat, if ingsMps in harbour, members of detdiae lto work for them for a >spaceft3af N3»J*®=; months after mattersaie settlecL 1 . Bathurst Baces.—Maiden Plate ! ^^Pbaef^ li Doekwood, 2; and Emigrant,. 3...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 25. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

^ ^taraay; September 25./ r; "}"■. t{,' ' ' r,i~ ':}"!' " *"""'" _ __'" ^_»T i^ftremaiided from the 18th instant . j^ Jiei^ ^f 'unsoiind mind, was com ior niedi. j»r grated to Frank Carney U C. Vincent. r ' '.- - j'!^Wefe£8day,:Segtenilkir29. - U.-Ji(Befoft the Poli^Magistrate.) I^mesv7ickery, Biispectefl|vof bp^& bf unsound "v-V.-J-J)nday,^k^etdHer-i^ V --■ ; ■yTilliam CWe was nned 10s. for catting and re " ia^^ia'l^o'^a^aattB^^lwtit a license.

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THE DEATH OF MR. R. E. TURNBULL. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

ie lathe pro occurs didnot to oii iUB i»"^ w —™ - = ... Septemb^* *i attended ^teefang &SIK™ &? of' '' Wasmc^^Ssidu&as in4a^.... leaving IfiM except forailying v_ -the day to liis.other jpa^ienta xftr By hii akilfal im3aiBtara^lfe^3^ naturallystrong coastit Iheerysipelasjjvas^ptjQi r - ^ his! bfcain—whichat feared mcmld be " tfcsm neacly^ft.. teal Shai his merifls .—r ^saogaihe . when set.'in,- and he expi$»d.( v Sto J * last mbmeu0f^ «1 EiiiibBliK: rab tires'' tliat he was gone. •It'having1 been de— ._ ment should take, place In the' burying-ground/' ihfe body was toOT* town-last'T" N ' '■•— t.hft "——-q ^ m the use of the Court-house for thepurjjose the coffin remained there till 3,at: winch, hour it was fixed that the sol should commence; A stranger! Roma that day woaldihaTOafc covered that something unuBusl on from the subdued «tillnea v vadedthe town,'.'tmV^coken jsxci^b^ vmw number of horsemen whowere conianually pouring in-"from appointed the Court-hous...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

DEATH.   On the 28th September, at Mount Abundance, of erysipelas of the head and inflammation of the lungs, Robert E. Turnbull, Esq., aged 44 years.

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THE WARREGG—BURENDA. (From the Town and Country Journal's Special Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 2 October 1875

THE WARREGG—BURENDA.' (From the Town and Country Journal's Special Correspondent.) Burenda is another of the " Big Station "   properties off Queensland. "Whilst contemplating its vast area of magnificent pasturage, its miles of water frontages, its thousands of cattle, and its tens of thousands of sheep, and the spacious dams and reservoirs studding its area, the visitor must curb his enthusiasm by remembering the   several lessons of the past, and the stories told of   the ordeals which the first occupiers were sub- ' jected to. There are stories of desperate fights with the blacks in the dim past, the murders of   shepherds, and the consequent retaliation. There   are stories of mismanagement of the property. After these periods of trouble Mr. Gordon Sandeman, in conjunction with Mr. William Walker of Sydney, purchased Burenda in 1871, and it has remained in their possession ever since.    ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 October 1875

Proclamation by hie Excellency Queensland, ) William Wellington Cairns, to wrr. ) Esquire, Companion-of the Most Distinguished Order of . St.. Mi [l.s.] chael and St. George, Governor W. W. Cairns, and Commander-in-Chief of the Governor. Colony of Queensland and its Dependencies. IN pursuance of Section 41 of " The Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1868," I, William Welling ton Caiens, Esquire, the Governor aforesaid, with the advice of the Executive Council, do, by this my Proclamation, notify and proclaim that the LAND hereunder described shall be OPEN TO SELEC TION, under the provisions of the said Act, on and after TUESDAY, the twenty-sixth day of October^ 1875, at the St. George Land Office. Extension of the Sr. Geobge Town Reserve. Area, 41 square miles. Commencing on the left bank of the Balonne *i4- fVip a(|»n"—Cxeorge ^Reserve extension No. I, and bounded thence on the north-west by the Balonne River upwards in a north-easterly direction four miles and a half in a direct line; ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON. Tuesday, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 9 October 1875

^atEst intelligence PER ELECTRIC TELEGBA7H. LONDON. Tuesdav. October 5. W v ' The British Minister to. China has notified to the fo^ign legations at Pekin that his negofciaMohs "with the Chinese Government have for,, the j present averted an immediate declaration of war between Great Britain and China. Agents for the Chinese Government are purchasing a large number of smooth-bore guns at Vienna. The Servian Ministry has resigned in con sequence of the strong warlike feeling of parliament. The -yiepr^ntatives of foreign lowers- are diistracted"to "remain at Mostar, Hei-zegoyina, to.await the course of events. iFhe Sultan of Turkey has issued a firman authorising the remission of a fourth ggrt-of -thfetviJieSi and-jHVrtttisiiig several fiscal reforms. 'l'lie Carlist forces are .engaged in the bom bardment of Pampelima ana^Sah Sebastian.

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