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TAMBO. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

✓ TAMBO. | FROM OUB. OWN COEEESPONDENT. 1 I "Wool shearers; washers." These are the food for topic in our township ;at the present time. Northampton Downs, Ciansdpwne, and Tambo having finished their respective shear-, ings, there has been an influx of ikeShearing Brigade"—from the careful old. card «rho invests his money in the Savings Bank -flown tfco .the lively individuals who drink and blaspteme ;all day and camp alternately amongst jigs :and broken bottles at night, and who ate equally willing to shout -for or fight with you. . As a! matter of course, <these gentry cause*- money toj circulate, and they are heartily welcome in either' store or pub. that ihey patronise. la a word,' it is harvest-time in Tambo. ; A meeting was held this week lit Mrs. Walsh's' Commercial Hotel to arrange a .programme -for the ensuing Christmas races, and £56 was forth-, coming on the first, night. A good meeting is anticipated, and speculation is already rife as to: whether Bet, ■the Ni...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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BRISBANE. Friday, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

BEisMisS - - . Friday, Octol)er S 2. > The .German warHsteamer CrazeUe iefiiriiLe ; Bay for Auckl&3i<}.on Wednesday evening. k . A successful banquet "was given; to "Mr;v - Angus Maekay last night. The Hon. \$he Treasurer, several members of Ptu&unent, and representatives of the ;Press firrarlpswich ' and Toovooinba Were present.' -, "

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

DALBY. [from oue own'" coblb,ESPONX)ENT.] In my last letter I reported .that it was likely that J. C. Franklin would be committed to take Ms trial for embezzlement at the District Court, ' Dalby, to be held on the 20th of this month. I now find that he is remanded,to Bockhampton, as it was in that district the offence was commit ted. - ' • Messrs. J. and G. Harris have closed their agency in this town5 and have handed over their interests connected therewith to Messrs. S. Ben jamin and Co., who, however, I am informed, are receiving it on'account of D. and J. Benja min and Co., of Toowoomba, these gentlemen doubtless having an eye to doing a little business in connection with the railway extension when the works begin. The racehorse Wanderer, which was recently purchased by Mr. Cavanagh from-H. Thorn Esq., was raffled on Wednesday evening, there being 200 tickets at £1 each. The lucky winner was a constable named Smith, a resident of Toowoomba, and whither he has conducted his prize...

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BEENLEIGH. Tuesday, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

■ BEENLEIGH.7Vr Tuesday, Otkobeap lS. Mr. Shawwas elected for the Logan by a majority of 157.

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

-BBISBAUE. [FHOM t>XTE. COEBESPONDENT. J Mr. King, the Minister for Works, has beea at Maryborough. He has been banquetted by the people of that town, of whom 200 -sat down' to do him honour., and\a return lie staffed them with sop, with plenty of butter to make it go down. The telegraphic aews in-the daily press gave but a faint outline -of his speech, though; we knew that he attacked the leader of the op position. ; but it was not t21 Saturday that we were favoured with a fell report <of his utter ances, and all decent people cannot but admit that his words were uncalled .for, and that needlessly he adulated -his -entertainers and abused others. His speech msy be summed up as throwing the blame of all shortcomings of the present Ministry on their predecessors ; a Senseless unstatesmanlike tirade 'against, and abuse of the squatters; and an indecent ungen tlemanly personal attack on Mr. Palmer by name, on the question of his alleged unconstitu 1 tional appointments to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

M 9 j. CX)tt3EIjl m Sale\ li. cottages, *aeh iwfii i Acre J trahymtuated. , a small x^^s1x)ee 13atti35, ^inijbosl agefe,: buggy and saddle hobses. b. J. tjotteiil, auctioneer**!) accountant, stock, s15a?5h01^*^^1eneraii00mmissi0n agent. t^nrakflrai'sr ofmce: Spending .completion of new . «remise«y:nekfcmr. j.sa^jndees, Chemist, m<dowidl-street^ l£oma. a ppltcations to occupy country or to select xjl ijm&tmder say of ihe existing Acts made oat «ndf ' books sept. soma, October 15th, 1875, sale BY auction. b. muiu*ui jias 'beeii favoured with in • istmcliom;trbm :e. ai -Pike,: Esq., of new "South -Wales, toosertojniblic competition, at his Yards,■. -■ ' On SATURDAY, the 23rd Instant, 75Head of S"T>erior DRAUGHT and SADDLE HORSES, 5romsome^thebest breeders in NewSouth Wales. JlsritcsT bb 'Seen to be Appbeciated.""®# ■ V- •••••' .No Reserve. ■■V. Also, . . ,y ,\ WINES, SPIRITS, and LIQUERS, at bis Auction - Mart, at 3 o'clock. w. B. JUUEPHT, Auctioneer, Stock, stati...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

Smb:of ESTABLISHED,^ 1817; ■ .; ^ V i , /. ";--'€ta.. •. 8cLr •.•;••'>• tKeeojoT branen V piKANSACTS all usual Banking Business, J. including Advances on approved Securities, ^allows Interest on Fixed Bepbsits, and issues drafts on the Bank lBranclies and Agencies in "the Australian GolonieB and -United Emgdom, <&c. ' ■ . ' . . : H. C. CLEEVE, ; *' -.f.->:' = . '• ; Actiag-|fc|iag€r... Roma, ... 18tii March, 1875. .9 ■■" THE .XjijE^rsiiAiiTD XIMITED. CAPITAL, £500,000. (With Powee to Increaseto One Million). .Bubscbibbd. Capitai., £350,000. • - ..iPAn^jjp XjAPiEfi, £175,435. ... BRANCHES. Beenleigh Charters Towers Cooktowii: Dalby , , Gyirapie Ipswich— Warwick Maryborough 3VEllchester Bockhampton Boma Stanthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. AGENTS in London, ' New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Austra lia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New York, San Francisco, India, and .the .East. : ' THE ROMA BRANCH OF the above Bank grants Drafts, negociates -and coll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

THE WESTERN STAR GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, SOMA. JUST RECEIVED, - A LARGE STOCK of RULED PAPER for Bill heads (all sizes), single or double money columns. . JOB PRINTING of all kinds neatly executed,: at VERY MODERATE PRICES, Including Cards, Circulars, Order Books, Delivery Books, Hand Bills, Posters (all sizes), Pamphlets, j&C. - " F. KIDNER. ON SALE at the Western Star Office, (PROMISSORY-NOTE BOOKS DELIVERY -NOTES: for -Drovers travelling with Cattle APPLICATIONS FOR BRANDS. Also, The following FORMS under the Real Property Act:— ' .j i ) \ ; . , .. - MEMORANDUM OP CONVEYANCE, LEASE, . ^ ^A ~ ■ -! BILL OF MORTGAGE. C .. -:-:J NOTICE. "• THE ACCOUNTS for the Quarter just ended having now been RENDERED, a PROMPT SETTLEMENT of the same ia particularly requested. F. KIDNEB, Proprietor. Western Star Office, Roma, October 8, 1875. SINGLE COPIES, ofthe " Western Star " can be r luidiOfU . V i .Mb. & SAUNDERS, Chemist sad Stationer: Ms. CA&DELL, Chemist. J ; Mr. J...

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. Business doll, but showing an inclination to im prove gradually. There is nokerosine in town. ,1 Several teams for up country,, destination un known. passed through town, anil a number of teams loaded -with wool have arrived.. About 40 bales of wool, belonging to Messrs. Rome Bros., Northampton Downs, and Mylne and Co., Amby Downs, will l>e despatched from Lewin and Co. 's store within a few days. f' Carriage to Dalby, 5s.; Dalby to Boma, 13s. The following are the current rates Flour, £3 15s. per bag of 2001bs.; sugar, 44b. per cwt.; tea, £8 to £10 per chest; maize, very scarce, none in the market. Messrs. G. B. Mot.t.k and Co., report under date' f October 14. Since last week no change to report in station produce ; quotations remain as under. Wool: Greasy 9<L to lOd.; washed 20d. to 22cL Skins : 6|d. to 7|d. according to quality. Tallow : Best beef £30 to £31. Mutton £35 to £37, Hides: 4d. to 4|d. and 7s. to 8s. for b...

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ST. GEORGE POLICE COURT. Monday, October 11. (Before Captain Hamilton, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

ST. GEORGE POLICE COURT. JXoaday, October 11. '(Before Captain Hamilton, P.M.) —Mnnott was chained with feloniously at-1 tempting" to commit, a rape on 41ie person-'.of; -Ellen Daffy. ■*" ■jTohn Cranaey .<lejp®Bed: I am 'sergeant in charge o\ £his disiariiafc ^ ^n the 10th instant the1 prisoner now before ihecourt, was Handed wer to me by George Daffy, labout 11 o'clock p.m., I tractor and T«Bide at Arrandall j He .prisoner, worked for me for some time; on thelOth instant I went away from home about 9 a.m., and re^: turned about 1 p.m., on my return I saw my wiie crying, her dress torn, also her manner much agitated; from a conversation I had with her, I came to St. Geoige, and stated the case to the sergeant of police; acting on his advice I obtained a warrant for the prisoner; I met the prisoner at Boombah stationabout8 o'clock p.m., when I made him iny prisoner ; he came quietly with meto St. George, when I handed him over to Sergeant Cranny; on his way from Boombah., ...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday October 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

ROMA POLICE COURT. Tuesday October 19. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Bernard Keighran was brought up on remand from St. George charged with stealing certain cattle from New South Wales. Mr. Abbott appeared for the prisoner. John Gaaty deposed: I have seen prisoner before;; I saw him last before his arrest at the June races.; I swear positively prisoner is not the man who signed the receipt produced; I do not know if the signature is a forgery ; I believe there -is another man named Keighran who signed the receipt; I do not know who the other Keighran is ; it is not prisoner; I swear posi tively "that prisoner was not at my .place when the cattle were soldi At this stage of the case Mr. Abbott Applied for the discharge of the prisoner. The Police Magistrate 'said he'-considered that there was no foundation for the charge against Mr. Keighran; he.left that Court with an un stained character, and he sympathised with him for the inconvenience he had suffered ; but to obtain the ends o...

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ENGLISH NEWS VIA SUEZ. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

ENC ryg.: liussiahasb&en visited ty ktgreat fire, in xphich 300 houses, indudingsoldiers' barracks, trere burnt down. , ■ . la an a^on bw^l# by. tJie Mersey Docks 3io&rd against a' gae; company, to recQVercompen «ation for thedestruction by .fire of the ianding ..stages at, la^e^waol,^^ .a;irat3iijt was recanled.for claimed £200,000.; ' foot-and-mouth disease is again spreading Tapimy tiiro^lioat Englaiid and Ireland. Seve ral projected cattle shows hare in consequence "been relinquished! . Meanwhile, stringent re ietrictadns ^Jhreateniofitop importations from tile •Continent. Owing to the wholesaleslaughter "tng'ordered at ®eptf«rdj only one caseofjlisease ias been detected among thecattle imported $rom abroad. A stoppage of meat supplies is ^apprehended. ■' Birmingham is "busy nimwfactaiuang^ xiaL A large cotifngnirittat ef- small-arms has "been exported to Gtennany,,and 10,000 Martini 3EIeniy rifles ,for Japan400,000,000 cartridges 5are bong made for Prussia, and ...

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MELBOURNE. Wednesday, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

: .Latest: betting on the V;R.C. Dfifey to 2 against Richmond, 4 to 1- against' 3&id of aU -Work. The Cap:—7 to 1 against Kingfisher, 7 to 1 against Imperial,v-7 against Kingston, 10 to i .against Badmiand. Messrs. Powers, 3£utherfonl,«ndX?o^r^ port iihafc 9p0:cattle --were yarded, all sold at an advance of 5s. per head. ~£8: 16s. for bullocks, £7.14s. for cows, ■were paid for a mob of 170 headfrom Lachlan. 25,000 sheep were offered; prices a little easier. They also ^report having-sold privately Wo stations in the Paroo district. •' ^ (AWid^fromi^tCemner.} Losdon, October 14.-—JJr.G.F.Wade,C.B.^" British'Miniverin China, telegraphs th&thehas: obtained thfe necessary guarantees from -Hie Chinese anthorities.. , . v ■ . H.R.H. the Prince of Wales has arrived at Turin, Italy, en route to India. Prince JJismark is reported to be niiwell, and -willnot, therefore^ accompany the Emperor of Germany on hiB visit tothe King of Italy. Staothokeb, October 15.—Mr. William Miles ...

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

] ST. PAXIL'S 'CHURCH* Though far from finished, more especially as regards the internal appearance, this church-was opened for the first time for-public worship on : Sunday last. Mr.SutorV pleasing design ap pears to have been liohestiyc^mBd-out by the = contractor, Mr. W. Gamble;: and ' when the : lighting arrangemehis have J^a conSfpleted and " the Mother'gi Windo^'jjJ fetaiiied glass, a memorial window given "by a member o£ the congregation, also of stained glass, and the stone' , ifont now on its. way from Dalby have arrived— ' we question if a more home-like churCh can bef. found Anywhere in the colony. The services were conducted by the Rev, T. D. Warner, he having failed in hlfi endeavours to get assistance ior the day from any of his brethren below. Material assistance was rendered by the choir, under the direction of Mr. Bellgrove, and we congratulate bim and the choir on their musical performance, the most difficult of the canticles :. being to our mind the best rendered....

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

IL0CAL MD GENERAL NEWS. 4 meeting was held last evening at Ahem's _ Jhotel, for the purpose of forming a Rifle Club in 'Soma. Some fifteen gentlemen were present, and a committee -was appointed, about twenty .gentlemen were enrolled as members. A circular "was drafted te be seat to those in the country 'whoniiglii wish, to jeia, and. it was agreed that theelub be Eefinately farmed at a meeting to be: theld on the 12th proximo. \ The Treacher since our last issue "has been j 3somewhat unsettled. Saturday and the morning j ~of Sunday were very sultry, the quicksilver re gistering 96 and 97 in the shade. Ab»aSfc noon on Sunday a terrific thunderstorm brolte over "&e town, accompanied by a heavy downpour of lain. We were noteurprised to learn that a large' tree near Mr. Seitz'a Hotelhad been struck; :and split into frundreSs of pieces. So great was •the force ofthe electric fluid, that a large branch Was hurled m ffistanee of 150. yards, Jailing close to the hbteL On Wednesday m...

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MACKAY. Thursday, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

MACKATE. 9 About thirty dealihs jfrbm measles ar6 re ported among the /Kmfefcas von fhe plantei tions. Thedisease' the south atde of the river.

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MARYBOROUGH. Wednesday, October 20. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

MARYBOROUGH. j _ \ Wednesday^ X>d»ber 20. '< The Star Queen passengers lmvesumirioned the captain for a breachof contoactni^er the Passengers Act. In {xnwequehce S ite Al ness of the captain, the case "was adjourned for a week. . . - * *••

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SYDNEY. Wednesday, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

' SYDNEY. 'VV:-. . , -::£- Wednesday, October<21. : The Conqueror, barque, from NewYork, sighted the burnt vessel Foundling, of liver pool, on tiie I7fch August. It is now ascer tained to be the samewreckrecentlyreported by aNorwegian barque at Mdbourne. - : Bain is general. Tkickett has challenged JRush to pull for. .£200 and championship. v ' . " * Thursday, October 21. Adeputafcion of the iroh^d«tii€^-to waited onvtibe;-Minister ■iM'P'A to'liiw all rolling-stock and . ironwork for bridges made in. 'ihfe colony. Sir. raid if em ployes would co-opiate iwifch employed:' pie work "might be doneifiJjba^baLMa

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MILLCHESTER. Thursday, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

< MTTT/rmraTKT?' ..;/C' ;/ x Thursday/Gd»ber21. >: A bariquetwas rivenla&tmghtio Mr. W.' O. Sodgkinson, 'too left in <sh&^ge of theex- " ploring paityio-day."

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 23 October 1875

BIRTH. On the 18th October, at Roma, the wife of Mr. J. D -Leon of a son.   DEATHS.   On the 16th October, at Bindango, Isabella Clow, wife of Jonathan M'Lean, aged 47 years. On the 21st October, at Roma, Alfred Cameron, youngest son of Richard James and Catherine Nairne Cottell, aged 16 months.

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