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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

COMMERCIAL WcMern Star Qffioeu Fridar Ev«ninp. The following produoe haa been forwarded from the stores of Messrs. R Lema«d Co., daring the past week10 bales wool Northampton Downs; 27 bales wool, Amby Downs, Business still continues dull, although » slight improvement has taken'place. jCa»Mge may still be quoted at last week's rateo.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

BRISBAlfE. [fbom our own coeeespondent. | There have been plenty of topics of conversation daring the week. The Prince of Wales's Birthday —which, by the way, .was not accompanied with tiie usual thunderstorm—produced the regatta, the excursion of -the Volunteers to Tpowoomba, and sundry other means of amusement! Bat the rail road trips seem to have resulted in nothing more than to develop the want of accommodation and the incapacity of the officials on such an occasion. Trains left long after time ; left people behind at the Oxley punt; people paying for first-clas3 Beats were ac commodated with stinking cattle-tracks and pat next to the engine, bo that their dresses, caught fin ; and I heard of one. lady having a valuable shawl spoilt; another a oik dress, ana a child got her neck burnt. The vacancy on the District Court Bench caused by the resignation of Mr. Blakeney has been filled try the acceptance of it by Mr. Batcliffe Bring, Q.C. No one will donbt that the mania not good en...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

PUBLIC MEETING. A meeting .was held in the Town Hall on Thursday evening last for fhepurpose of taking steps to have the town of Roma re-incorporated; Mr. R. J. Cottell in the chair. The Chairman .said he regretted to notice that therewere so few present; and he would impress upon them that it was absolutely neces sary td take some decided steps with regard to the matter for which the meeting vras called. Mr. REBSmoved,—"That this meeting feels convinced that the town is losing ground daily, not only in pecuniary matters, but also in social status, for want of a Municipal QounciL " Mr. Tonk seconded the proposition, which Was carried unanimously. - Mr. Gamble moved, "Thai the Government be at once petitioned to incorporate the town tinder the provisions ofthe Municipalities Act of 1864" Mr. Andebsox seconded the proposition, and it was came^L Mr. W» SpeNCB moved,—" That the followia; gentlemen be requested to act as a committee to draw up the petition, and obtaiu the requisite numbe...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

SYDNEY. Tuesday, November 1€. : j The Parliament was opened to-day by th6; Governor with the usual ceremony. Wednesday, November 17. The Address in Reply was carried in the Assembly without amendment. Mr. Angus Mackay shipped to-3ay twenty one cases of exhibits by the steamship Yasco De Gama for San Francisco. Hie Pacific M«.i1 Company carries them free.

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COOKTOWN. (vid Townsville.) Monday, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

COOKTOWiff. j . •- ( Vid TovmsvUU.) _ Monday. November IS. * The Minister for Wiris landed yesterday. He starts for the Palmer oil Wednesday. , The City of Exeter (steamer) jurived oil Saturday from Hongkong with 385 Chinese.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

LOCAL A29D GEJrEJSljrams. •«; Z-S^:&i' " ■ ' a- • • '"l h , S4^ecinI htottiteg of titoPanx&d<3iibnc$lw»s I^Min thechntch,' the ^ protractor. - having fused .the idajm fw^extr* yopc the amoanttogether wit origmalcontractahoE ment, After these payments hiul&een.inade & balance of about 401/ remains in^ielitaSs of the trustees, which with J^miaed aubscriptiotia outstanding -will be sufficient to cany out the remaining work to be done. Since our last notice of the church the *tone font has arrived imrl been placed in the building. ... The mails-for the United Kingdom, India, China, &c., via Torres Straits, will close at the Boma Post Office on Monday, £he29£h instant, at 9 a.m. We aresonyto learn by a telagnphio mes sage received yesterday.that the wife of Sergeant Granny, (in charge of 8t George station,) has met with a severe ^accident, having nax^^ycscaped being burnt to death. We have teoSml iu) de On Tuesday last a fire occurred wh...

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

; MELBOURNE. I Tuesday, November 16. Further investigation shows that Mr. Mfnann, did bet -with members of the " ring." They allege that the beta have not been. paid. The "Victoria Racing Club Com mittee have now taken the matter up. The public won about ,£30,000 over Wollo mai's victory for the Chip. The settling generally was rather against the backers of horses. The V. It. Club made over .£6000 last meeting. Clips of over 20|lbs. each have been ob tained by Mr. Austins from his long-woolled sheep. The following are the nominations for the Geelong Gold Cup:—Neotsfield, Maid of All Work, Rattler, Dante, Melbourne, Mountain Deer, Jupiter, Imperial, Benjiroo, Handover, The Painter, Canterbury, Improver, Yorrick, Onyx, Fugleman, Arbutus, Bullion, Haricot, Wollomai, Dilke, Richmond,'Nimirod, Ella,' Alamacon, King Alfred, Mentor, Scanmag, Barmaid, Loquacity, Emulation, Maid of Avenel, "Veteran, Barwood, Feu d'Artifice. Messrs, Goldsbrough and Co. sold 3200 bales wool this week; greasy, ...

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BRISBANE. Wednesday, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

BRISBANE. Wednesday, November 17. J, The Cfcwernor distributed the prices won at tiie Queensland ExhiltHtion last night. * : Friday, November 19. . At a public meeting convened ±o advance the fonnatirm <o£a local steam navigation company last night—Mr.A. H. Palmer in the chair—it was resolved to form a company < in 25,000 shares of £10 each. When 5000 •shares aee subscribed, the company will be 1 registered and directors elected,' who will be empowered, to tender for the Queensland coasting service, • •

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SINGAPORE. Thursday, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

latest rateijjftf.arnf. FEB ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. - SINGAPORE. Thursday. November 1ft. There has been much fighting at Perak. The English troops captured sevenal stockades, repulsed die Malays in. sundry engagements, captqjred -sixcao&Qn, and burnt all the vii- ; lages along the line of march.

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ROCKHAMPTON. Tuesday, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

ROCKHAMPTON. | Tuesday. November 16. J At the Land Court to-day, there were 91 ap^cati6fi& for the land thrown open on Meadow Flat Run. Over £6600 were re ceived as deposit fees. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

PIANOFORTES! j MUSIC! [ HARMONIUMS! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS & FITTINGS. LOVEDAY & HUNT, Pianoforte Makers, T usees, and Repairers, (From John Broad wood & Sons, London), Queen-street, Brisbane, (Opposite School of Arts), • • HAVE ON SALE the largest and most varied assortment of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, and Music in Queensland, consisting of Grands, - Obliques, . Cottages, and Pianettes, in Walnut, Rosewood, andEbony Cases, by the most emi nent V.ngKtiYi,:American, and Continental Makers. Messrs L. H. being direct importers, and their stock, having been selected by experts, offer special advantages to intending purchasers. Owing toihexoany variations instruments are liable to during their transit to Australia, numbers of valua ble Pianofortes brought to the Colonies or purchased MLBriBbane have failed to realise the exrec&a&ionB of tbeirowpers, from the wantofskilleaartistato • regulate them after being • unpaged. Every in strumenteold by Messra. ...

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GLADSTONE. Tuesday, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

GLADSTONE. iuesd&v. November Ifi. Capt, Ddamatqae, of the barque Camilla, from STjmmea, picked upon October 30 two Swedes seventeen dayB At sea.- Tfaej. tad oidj^onebiscuit left-when picked up, and were deserters from the Danish ship Dela marque. When lie returned to Noumea, the captain handed the two sailors over to the French jauthoriiaes.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

J MARRIAGE. On the 10th November, by licence, at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. T. D. Warner, Alfred James Skinner to Christina Campbell Macpherson, daugh ter of Donald Maepherson, Esq., Rockhampton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 20 November 1875

A FINE CHANCE FOR SELECTORS ' \ AND OTHERS. v; 11 J. OOTTELLwillSell b^Pnblic Auction, on JLvi. MONDAYj the 29 th Infant, About 270 WelLbred SHEEP, viz. ■ 145 Ewes _ . S3 Weuuts £00 Lambs %Bams. The Auctioneer wonld particularly direct the at tentionof Fanners and Free Selectors to this Sale, as theeeSheepin the fesnds of a careful man would loan the nucleus of a really good iftock. One of the flams is of a really superior class, and among the Ewes are some pronounced by one of the best judges in the neighbourhood "to lie equal to .anything in the district.1 « Place-and Time of Sale in -next issue; FOE SALE, By Private Contract, A COMPLETE Wool Scouring,' Sheep Washing, . and Sawing Apparatus, -with choice of Two Engines, lO h.p. or 15 h.p., complete in every re spect, and in first-class .order and repair. Fuil particulars onapplication to R. J. COTTELL, Roma. RJ. COTTELL has for Sale pp^ately, 2 New • COTTAGES, each with J AbifeLAND. Cen trally situated. - . A Small Lot of STOBE CA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

To Squatters, Droves, and the Public generally. NOTICE I NOTICE! NOTICE ! MARANOA STORES, MITCHELL. In the centre of the town, adjoining the Post and Telegraph Offices. Note the Address I R. A. WHIPHAM IN returning thanks to the public generally for their kind support, begs to acquaint them - that he intends Belling CHEAPER THAN EVER his vast stock of GENERAL MEKCHANDISE which he MUST dispose of, as he is in constant receipt of regular consignments of supplies from the Southern markets, and engagements must be met., As he has been trading with the best and cheapest firms in Sydney and Melbourne, B. A- W. is enabled to satisfy the most fastidious as to the, quality of his goods, and his intention is, to CONTINUE to sell at prices that cannot be competed with in Mitchell or the district generally. From his long and varied experience of bush life, R. A. W_ -well understands the requirements of all classes of his constituents, and is fully aware how essential it is—to merit their con _ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

ANEW" Weekly Journal |or Town and Country, of 24 mees and Postcript, -will be published -every SATURDAY MORNING, commencing on the 1st of January nextprice Fourpence : Sub scrtnKons, Four Shillings wr quarter, or Fifteen iH>i»]lmpg ppriainnnij ?n advance. . The WEEK will contain all the latest Local, Colonial, Intercolonial, and Trans-oceanic Intelli gence ; vigorous Articles upon the most significant Political and Social questions of the day ; instruc tive Essavs noon numerous subjects of interest to the Agriculturists. Miners, Graziers, and other Producers of the Colony : the popular Odd Notes by a Bohemian ; interestine Tales and Sketches of Australian life, and a large aid carefully selected variety of other matter calculated to afford instruc tion and amusement to its readers. Arrangements have been made to secure the latest reliable Telegraphic News from the various Inland and Coast Towns of Queensland, from the adjacent Colonies, and from Europe and other parts of the Worl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

^ -.*" ^>11'^ pub "S^tsfced thj&J^Bo^Ha^-l^r^lab^Scrfptioii of the 5 >' ~m»6 s4£3Qfe®ddgpeiSe despatched to an excellent . Imperial and Goldsbrongh :^rpb^i§"i3aie~lust.-i» 'dipw .m-fajx&y-ijAflxs; a hun '• 3i£d yards bad been traversed Kingsborongh was pereeiv&cl to improve bis position aert the rails, pifljiig double. On /passing the stand the field ~ -Was well together, - with the exception of Dilke, ;•": «nder difficulties. They went by in the following "order—namely, Polidori,lmperiaI, GoldsbroDgh, Wollomai, Mohican, Kincr&ehine, Kimiod, Haricot, and the*rest well together. . Bounding-the Biver bend, Polidori stall occupied the post of honour, whileCoquette aiade a ran for seccondplace, fol lowed^yosely by Ooldabrongh, Wollomai, and Kingsborongh ; then came Haj3Cot, Scanmag, Ster . En<z>; LdKjnacitv, and Calumny jail of a cluster, with Dilte and Caloba a-short distance in&ont of King fisher.who was absolntely last ■ INi...

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THE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PEOPLE. (Scotsman.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

= THE ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PEOPLE. I (Scotsman.) ,The,population of England and Wales in 1871 j was-22,712,266 ; and ihat of the United State8l in 1870 was 38,555,083. It has generally been J believed that there were more office-bearers in.! the United States than in England—and so there | aro ; there are 53,874persons engaged in govern- j mental employ in J&gland pad Wales, and. 67,822 in the United States. But the percentage of office-bearers to people in the Kingdom is as 1 to. 416, while in the Republic it is a-s 1 to 568. The. great majority o£ the English civil, servants and administrators, however, iiold their offices for life or during good behaviour ; while th< se in America are generally hustled out of office at every efcange-of the Federal Administration.. In England and Wales there is one clergyman or minister to each 718- of the population; in the United States there is one to each 879., Now it would seem that there should be no talk of spiritual dest...

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. (From the Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

THE EASTERN QUESTION. • (From the Covrier.) The insurrection iu the Herzegovina Jias so co iplicated and tangled .the web of European politics, that those who -watch the progress of ev ;nts from this distance must experience con sidarable difficulty iu . determining ."what is the precise pattern of the woof. As between the . nsurgent province and the empire against v.-'iich it is in revolt, the outbreak is of no great inipor- ' fcance. But viewed in relation to the three great -Powers which have a direct interest in the issue of the conflict, it becomes -a question of the first magnitude. ' It is the policy of Austria to culti vate friendly relations with the Sciaric races on her own borders and united by the ties of blood toi a section of her own subjects; but it is not i her interest to favour the erection of an indcpen dant kingdom which might attract to itself the j Sclavonian peoples under her rule, and perhaps lead to the disintegration of the Austrian Em pire. Therefore she e...

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IPSWICH. Friday, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

IPSWICH. Friday, November 26. The workshops of Mr. G. Dowden, under taker, Brisbaije-street, caught fire, at 7 o'clock last night, and were completely destroyed. The "Wesleyan*parsonage was in imminent danger, the wood-work being blistered.

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