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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

®{xe Wwtmi ROMA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1875. "We always-study with respect the leading! columns of our contemporary the Courier, not only because it is the acknowledged lead ing journal of Queensland, but also because1 the proprietors spare no expense or trouble to have all important subjects treated!by -the best available talent. Nevertheless, we can not always agree with the arguments it brings forward on subjects that affect ourselves, or acknowledge the premises on which they are based. A short time ago Mr. M'Ilweaith's address at Roma formed the subject of a long and carefully-written article, in which his views on the financial aspect of the railway question were contested. We propose to examine his arguments and criticise Ins opin ions, believing it is veagrimportantthat a; true estimate of the points at issue should be formed. Mr. M'Ilweajth's first position is that the construction of railways with- tlie proceeds of excessive land sales is financially unsound; or, rather, ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

aarchsh .kxthaots ' ^HKQoxnr avdTbvkascml—Tbe Queen ha« 'Iweene fntnn of fte Church of Bn^mH Tcm runmrf AiwrTia*ftT*) "okbM w it appear* to K en t buu «ia& mwto all iri» advocate1 lanmoce influmfc Hwwtjiw xitm—iiily on totali ■ImIiihiimi ** The Hcwwrwltw se not perfect ^•1$ 1b IAwieepooi tome 23,000 caae* of dnmkeo sMMoecar, yet oaljr three palBcaos are convicted ttxnegrtanng the I*w. Pmrcs £®oeou),—Hie Ber. Sm3 Wilberfbrce, ofSontiiampioa, -wb&is one «f <fae leads* in the CtoArfw^ml fmjKfinanwwen^ Itu re «ns^*leler«>ii0inidtig tint His Hoyil Highly* . UriiioeJLeopold will become president o£the Oxford Inadi .flE fbe' Chatdb of ftt^nd Temperance Society.—London Daily Tdtgraph. Lobd IhnraoBK'fl SBasnnni-A dent tdemahi fina Stidine Out the fDokfiaceratotdaj ct Donmore Park, FmDoA, in* attended with re aaJttmote voexMmAedin&trvpe. One bt& mti Ifilrliariliiige teftt tanoon of^gtnneaa, while another wwkno&ed down Hue IttOO goxoeaa. Th...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SINGAPORE. Saturday, November 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. peek .ectric telegraph. SINGAPORE. Saturday, November 6. EarlDerby has declined to interfere offici ally on behalf of the Turkish bond-holders. " Monday, November 8. Count IgnatiefF, the Russian ambassador -at Constantinople, interviewed the Sultan, and distinctly pointed oat the financial dilapi dation of the Empire and maladministration of its affairs, drawing attention to the great discontent that prevailed amongst the popula tion, a.nd maintained that reform was urgently niedded. "Wednesday, November 10. 1 The Times sates that the conference of the representatives of Austria, Russia, and Ger many resulted in a determination to ask Turkey what guarantee can be given for the fulfilment of administrative reforms. •. Russia: has ^acquainted the Western Powers Christian; troops. H.M.S. Serapis entered Bombay Harbour on the 6th. The Prince of "Wales landed on .the 9th, and met with a most brilliant re ception. Hereceives the Rajahs at Govern ment Honse to-day, and...

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THE FEVER-TREE. (From the Australa[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

1 " THE EBVEB-TBEE.' J • j:>-om Af Awilndaiiam.) j tree of AaifaiEa, WW dj»cuTCT)d by fc Frrodi sdadM^LKbtOsnSxR, **®«4 ViuISaiBa'i Lnd ia 17921. Tbegreat trf amyT lt. medicinal millii^ Wj w* i u, forwiidtit a now so 6mon^ MMt«Mfttofcarel»coaK fam tfllabowt thirty JMil t^a. iBe otiflrnirt I ol T»nn»nit«rf it for » g»ta&-raiiety ofjmijniasa, bet iwe igiwfflt of its ;: poim'a««a *nti>w^ ^Thi« w Mwatty di» :Wpi>11irfl»iiiL IbISSQ, the neighbourhood of 1h*Gity of ViJank pLuitedWith ttt eaet ' :m5ril Tfaftrtira^tlii ifliftiBi li iiblwfl it t$ie Minr«r4»K.*' UWiiL afterwards infcrofargd otoAlgR^&diaHieiif^Akii «eiw ta le » PWM^ t3«pfri to ft. lt may fairly be nii to « wfairaliapd tfacre, rttte QapeofQood Hope, ia flteI*f3ataftfafr«offltwrtii Amrrira, andin CaK <Qtai». OdhBderf niiwWlBiiiifi ■, it leads a wrinfwWfAftcr a-trialfornmgr fawo, itiw failed. M t nflt. to I »»>m» n ifet it "wi puatel Ihe few dozen ■piifiwMH yhatrf «iHaB fte *nlb of Borne axe...

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TOOWOOMBA Wednesday, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

Toownmvre a ■Wednesday, November 10. The "Volunteer gathering closed to-day, and was successful throughout.

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THE LOSS OF THE VANGUARD. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

THE LOSS OF THE VANGUARD. ■ - If the Vanguard cannot float- kgdiii as ia whole —arid of .this thereairegraveT4oubiB7--the,greater part of her stores, internal fittings, &c., will be; rescued from the ocean depths/ Energetic opera tions for this purpose have been commenced, and. have already .resulted in the removal of some of the vessel's massive spars. This was a matter, of imperative necessity, ais the wreck lies iit the; direct tract of vessels coming to and leaving; Dublin Harbour, and the consequence of a colli-' sion with the masts and other Tipper gear of the/ wreck would be most disastrous. If the hull; cannot! be raised, with more than a hundred feet of water over it it will present no danger. "Great' interest has been excited by the arrival at KingsT. town of the divers of the Frencli Submarine' Company, four of "whom came in the mail-steamer Connaught, and have.brought with them a com- i plete supply, of the best dalliances which .science - has suppfied for the pu...

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IPSWICH. Friday, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

IPSWICH. Friday, November 12. On Tuesday the foundation stone of the Masonic TTall was laid by A- C. Gregory Esq., with great eclat. There was a large attendance of visitors. Ninety of the brethren attended a splendid banquet at the School of Arts in the evening. # .

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THE EXPERIENCES OF A LOAFER. CHAPTER IV SHOWING HOW I LEFT MR. ABRAILAMS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

THE EXPERIENCES OF A LOAFER. w w {bx beabazon dingoe.] ■ ' ' 'chafferiv. _ •. showifna kowi:left.: mr: abrahahs, etc. •;V I«o:itinu«i uny occupation ^-iihlUjr/Hophiii' for some time, and met vviih many adventures —-some of them serious enou^bj but princi pally comic. I found the' best of my cus tomers about. Ratcliffe Highway and the flbcksj and niy weekly receipts would average from £20 to ^£30 ; but a long period- elapsed, before my empioyer would make -any advance in; my salary, and I fancy yroiild not lutve done so at all had I riot threatened to leave, him unless lie made an increase, which, after some demur he,agreed to do.- We got on to gether pretty well for some months affcerthis arrangement, biiiXfonnd liii;was growing rather testy and dissatisfied and.^times he lei fall inuendoes that I was not dealing fkirly with him. I put up withthisi, ascribing it to Ms -age and . the- iiTitabiKi.y natqt&^tdyiuB-' infirm state of health, but lie became soliad at last that I de...

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BRISBANE. Monday, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

BRISBANE. Monday, November 8. w Messrs. MoreheadandCo. have sold the Manaroo,; station, situated on the Thomson and Dair Rivera, together witli 23,000 shorn sheep, 1000 cattle, and .ljjO horses j the sheep at 18s., and the cattle at £>7 per heaxL Total purchase-money, £30,000. J. Fraser, Esq., irbm Victoria, is the purchaser. ' Friday, November 12. Theusual amusements took place on Tues day, the Prince of Wales' Birthday. Scandalous mismanagement was shown in the arrangement of the passenger trains on tie railway.". Mr. Angus Mackay leaves for San Fran cisco to-morrow.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, j To theJBditor of the Western Star. Seel,—jLiiaye jead with interest tiie..«evera^ liters l^featy in your «olumns,and as no one . seems ittblined to make a beginning in regard, of instituting a. Produce Stakes, i trust I lnayriot be considered; forward in making the follovrag proposal, which" I earnestly trust may irieet the approbation-ahd support ofnotonlyall the members ol^he.jFitz roy DswnsIta^ingOlab, but of ;dl^he owners of sires in Western: Queensland, .as well as of those who patroni^ good sport/; I shall ha\« much pl$a$iire. in subscribing the sum of £25 i»waidsra" rkce to be called the Sires' Produce Stakes, provided that the E!itzroy-Downs Club will add" a like; amount (or; more should tHey be so disposed), and some of the owners of Tjlooi sires in this and the surrounding districts; —in fact, I may say iii: Queensland—will join in making afair subscription while nominating then sires, the produce of wMchaloneto compete for the said prize^.; ^ld....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

BAHKOF NEW SOUTH WALES. ESTABLISHED, 1817. OT Caasmk., £l,000j000. £363,333 6a; 8d. TffiE RQMA~BE£I<M \ ■ Ak AINSACTS ajl usual Banking Business, -l-~ including Advances on approved Securities, allowa lnlerest oil Mxed Deposits, and issues drafts on the Bank Branches andAgencies ill. the Australian Colonies and TJnited kingdom, Ac. H. C. CL3EEVE, Acting-Manager. • . Soma,.. • .•. •• • JBtii Marcli, 1875. 9 ; • « -fry.-*- :.•••.? .-*• .• THE QUEENSLAND LIMl'i' ED. , CAPITAL, £500,000. (With Power: to Incbkase to Oke Million). Sdbsoexbed Capixai, £350,000. Paid vr Caphax, £175,435. HEAD OFFICE: BRISBANE. Charters Towers Cooktown Dalby ; Gympie J Ipswich . Warwick BRANCHES. Maryborough Millchester Boekhampton Roma " Stanthorpe Toowoomba Townsville. AGENTS . in London, New . South Wales, "Victoria, South Australia, Western Anstra lia, New Zealand, Tasmania, New York, San Francisco, India, and the East.: THE ROMA BRANCH the above Bank grants Drafts, negotiates V/ and collects....

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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

COMMEEGIAX. • i_- Western Star Office. " = Pridav.ETOiune.'j:-* "The following wool has been forwarded during .the week by Messrs. Lewi11 and Co. :—3 hales Foile View ; 20 bales Milne and Co. ; 3 bales .^ernlee ; 30 bales Ndftb^ptonp^&witta. _____ fj . Carriage from Dalby 13s., and 5s;?bom Roma" toDalby. ( j i Business is inclined to be a little better, but no decided improvement can be expected until Christmas. Messrs. G. B. Molle* and Co., Stock and Station Agents, Brisbane, report as follows s— • Wool: A considerable number of: Rraall" gtea&y clips—principally free' selectors'—are now cojning , forward, ana sell readily bit quotations. • ' During | the week we have quitted about SO b&ep. - - . Sheepskins : They are readily saleable at from. 6d. to 7jd. for . gbod to prime. Our ieales have . been—^30 bales fTB oyer Jimbour at 7itU ; ' 40 lukbs: TIL over ,Koma at fid.; 25 bales S&J Westbrookat' 6|d. ; and a large number of smaller lots at satis facto...

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SURAT. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

SURAT. {prom our own corespondent.] Allow me to give the committee, of the Roma Hospital a hint as to increasing the resources at their command., The fines inflicted at Courts of Petty Sessions for drunkenness at all townships round Roma are sent to the Brisbane Hospital, and by representation by the " Maranoa Infant" these fines would probably be given to the local hospital. The idea of :ihus appropriating these fines 'probably-first arose from a sense of rude justice,. it being thought that drunkards would be the most likely portion of the population tb , require, assistance at an hospital when ill, asihe habit of drinking is antagonistic to the habit of saving money enough to enable a man to pay a private doctor when prostrated by sickness ; and a drunkard is more likely than a sober man to lose his health.: - The fines were probably sent to the Brisbane Hospital when, few similar institu tions existed in tii<j colony; but in justice they should go .to..;tjie-iocal hos...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

BRISBANE. JFEOM OUB OWN COBEESPONDENT.J _ The deputation appointed by the Acclunatiaa- ] tion Society, as I said In my last letter, to inter- j "Sfifcjeisb Tat IKe ] jjes^rve <rf the red deer jatCre^rook^have Te- ^ jtiisd alien atlthe sagacity 6t tHe ~hon. the' Colonial T^eafturer, 05 Acting-Premier M' he is now called. He choked them <t»ff by saying that if the land was good it would be required for settlement, and could not be reserved "for the deer ; and, oa the other hand, if it was bad land then none would select it- and there was po^ieed ; t6 reserve it. An Ipswiclv paper knows some one who said he bould witJi a-fcwd horee plough run a furrow 12 inches deep for lialf-a-mile without touching-a xootj and.that r the. soil was so-deep that it might be cropped for. years without being exhausted. PrpbaMy the Government are aware of this, so the deer inust take their chance. :? ?This isthe time for grievanbes and one of our most prominent local «ores'for -some t...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Monday, November 8. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

. l^MiL POIiICE COBBT. Monday, November 8. KBelote.&e Police Magistrate.) . " ASSAULT. Thomas Bryant, ontheS&irata^;-^ ■ ; . /Thomas Bryant depoae<|,: I ama griiom re-, ending in Boma^ wont^ o'elctfikon the 4th ' November Iw^tfmMVAnderson's bar to nBiaother past the table I lifted one $he <$veis;.sra said " what is here;" the defendant-jumped off the sofa and pushed me back; he said "jjra must not search them ;" 1 Baid f' jfti is TO/harm^ tod jifed up another, ~ wl^^ifi^fi^ed &elbB^^s^ kept pushing me about; as I went to sit down on a chair I said *'letmedoneyou son of a bitchthe defend ant then bit me on the head, aiid I fell on the 'floor; he then got down on the top of me, caught mei by the hair, and beat m^jas hard .as he-could ;). tmfil l could-not feel anytiun|f ^^as lie w^beat ingmehesaid "you b——r, I owe you .that a long time; I then got up' ^d -staggered -away, when defendant rushed at me and again beat me, only wforse than befo...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Avexy welcome change in the weather has taken flaceduring the lastweek. We,have been '{avoored'mi^'&equent'sthtmder showers," which were very heavy.,wl&eVthey lasted,-iand have had the effect of ifewiling the atmc«^er«y an:d matdnglife bearableagain in this "decidedly; hot " city of the west. A fresh spurt has been, given to vegetation, and all immediate feaxs ofa drought have been removed. A curiosity has been diowa : tut by-. Mg. Stapled iianager of worthli^pecjion. Itisa3ij^^bttl%jkA)^t^day: about six indies long, weighing 1| lbs., and wa» found growing on the tail of a sheep. It was first seen in April last, feut heuag jfofljv taymll no notice was taken of 'it j edncei thai time it has grown to its present .di»ffl^ska». Jt is intended to forward ittotha * ' .j£;- uti. - »v 5.-. 4 <*?■: -H'-"s *• ••■••• •Mr. Mlieod pleaded guUty to an information laid by 1^. Himter, In^Mctor of Brands for thisdisirict, fori bi^M^^ihe.grands Act, ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

_ CBICKET. Acriclrefc. pxatch.was played on. the -Prince of Waleal KriidayS WtWee n' 11 married and ii single me The day -was fine till the contusion, though rather waim for active exercise. . A most pleasant day was spent, and the cricketers ^seemed to tho roughly «njoy their game... A lunch was provided by Mr. Ryder, of the Queen's Anns Hotel, in a . "very creditable manner, .andwas done ample justice to by the cricketers. .. Single Eleven—Iciest Iottings. Abbott, b. Phillips... : ... 10 - JJQngh, b.TPhillips ..... .„ i. . ... 1 -PaBtnd^s, b.-PhilIips ... - ... 7 - M'Donaldi rim out ... ... 3 - Maefarfane, yon out ... . ... 0 i»Lliister:.: .... U 9-' 'M*Cbraii3i,ib. JLaster... .... ... 0 Lucas, b.Iiisfcer1 0 . Slack, c.- and b. Phillips . ... >7 b. HL T/ MacEarlane ' ... 8' Finckaer, not out ^ 2 , "Widea,-8; byes, 7 ■ ■. " 15 Total... ..." ... ... 61 -- - : . ; ^secondmnmsGS. yr-: ' . Abbott, b. H. T. Mar.farlane ....16 -Edwards, b. Philips ... 5 : -i—- ,../20 • Sermoiij b^Plii...

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ROMA LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

ROMA LAND COURT. I; :.'T The asnal bi-monthly Land Court was -held at : the Conrt-house, Roma, by J. Murphy, Esq., Com missioner, on Wednesday last - The following ap plications were accepted (a. signifying agricultural, I k and Ip. and 2p. first and second class pastoral):— HOMESTEADS. ' " - ; Michael O'ConneL 80 acres, I;?., parish ofRoma.' j W. Downes, jun., 160 acres, a., parish of Boma. G. Hasted, 100 acres, lp., parish of Boma. : ; i David -Dick,- 480 acres, a., parish of Boma. . J. L Gammie, 321 acres, a., parish of Boma. j John Moylan, 150 acres, a., parish of Boma. ? E. D, Westihaebtt, 640 acres, a., parish of Boma. CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. ." J. W. D. Spencer, 500 acres, a., parish of Boma.;. APPLICATIONS FOE CERTIFICATES OF nTLFTLMENT - OF CONDITIONS. j ' " Joseph Henry Clark, 86 acres, 2'.p., parish of "Roma ; | Ale^Btibinson," 160aires, 2p., parish of Boma; granted. ' •' G. Mann, 160 acres, 2p., parish of Boma; granted. ■; J. Manii,:'l60;acres,2p.V parish of-Roma ; grante...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

MELBOURNE. ; : Gftiesdayj November 9. i "i'iie Tenth. Agricultural Show was opened to-day. The exhibition, of «at£le was' the finest ever seen, jn the colony. ■! ; - : Thursday, November It; ^ Messrs. Powers,- Rutherford, and Co.; 're-'1 port tile sale of 800 xa,ttle at ^; aSvanoe of' 10s. for. the, best. 33,000 sheepiwere sold at Blight advance on last week's rates. ! : Mr. M'CaUoch'e cowb, lObuUa, anA 6 hcB?^ ;^^ K)id *>n^ J&wiifoy >>. .t ^^Messra, (^ldalwrou^ti hav<3 sold 3600 balea:of .w^ -thi)B -wi^ A%i^as|7 from 8d. to 13M. j second pieces; 16<L to 2ld. ] fleece, 16&to"25fd. T^el latter' was prioe realised hf the Tata clip. ' r •; T^TlptspaiA Facing Club—Segox© Dir. ~ StfiardenPlate. —Sylvia Colt, 1; Veteran, 2; and Farbeaax, 3. / , \ > BaQway Stakes. —-Phoeiie, 1; Mr. FialiarjS b.f., iby MirquiB—Alplia, 2; Southern CtaMV-3.^ \ S Kenszngtdn Stakeer. -rSybil, 1; Mr. LevidSs Jb.c., fcy Sabwden—Ammit, 2 ; Peerlesr, 3. * f-if ' WSD...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 13 November 1875

SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 9. I Alarge procession accompanied the laying of the foundation .stone of the Protestant TTa.11. Xhe Bishop of Sydney delivered an address: ; -Wednesday, November. 10. ThewooLsales were very dull, and the bulk of the catalogues were bought in. The Lon don account sales just to hand are unsatisfac-, toiy._ _ . - - - ■-, Mr. J. Bennett, of the "Victoria Theatre, waa pres^ted yith the Boyal Humane So ciety's medal, and a cheque of £800 as a mark of public esteem. -

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