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

BIRTH. On the 15th November, at Warwick,       Mrs. J. K. Cannan of a son.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. Western star Office., Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

COMMERCIAL. - Western War Office., Friday Evening. Business still remains quiet. Twelve bales of wool wereforwarded during the past.week-to I>alby on account of 1L Lewin and Cp. Forty-five baJe8j0f>wooI still remain in their stores to fomrardcd. Some few teams have passed through the town, two of which wefce loaded tor XJharleville. Carriage lias risen dnringthe past week to 15s. from Patb'y to Roma, down carriage for wool still remaining at 5s. If this weather continues, none hut those carriers who carry feed for their horses will be able to travel, and carriage will be very high. About twenty Kanakas passed through the town yesterday, on their way to the Hon. Gordon Sande man's station. Mr. R. J. Cotteix reports the sale of 20 colts and fillies, culled from arriobof <>5 head, at prices ranging from 5s. to £315s. Thpy were nearly all foals under twelve months old, and in very low condition. - A pood demand exists for saddle hacks in good condition, +he snpply of...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 27 November 1875

'&"JFINE CHAKCE FOR SELECTORS ! < ' AKD OTHERS. ■ 1 . H ^ fiOTTljJLLTOll Sell br PnWie AieKon. at iS^j."^ the Bound YarSt^ onMOIJDAY, the 29tih ItiijjbftnK 12 o'clock sharp, " . Abont270 WAl-fred SHEEP, viz. :— '' lis Jihves . „ r - "*• 2^ Wesnas 100 Tamils • " ^ 3 Rains. ; v=s?3Sie4liicfioneer ttoiM parfrslariy flirecf tte at tfettfion of .Farmers and FW Selectors to this Sale. . i - rw -Qiese Sheen in the Jiangs of a carefnl man would .; form the nucleus of a reallv ewi floefe. ' "One of +*e , Hams is of a really superior class, and amone the ■^g^w-esm«'eoTDepritmouncetf3hv oneofiheljesfindges " inthe neighbourhood "to be equal to anything in 4he district.v ..Plaeeand Time of Sale in next issue, 185 L COTTELL has For Private Sale— SOOORt-ore Wethers 'f; ■ 1000 Store TRwes-1 r-; *- " 2 300 Store Bullocks, . AHwittnn 60 Miles of Roma, and can be inspected now, and immediate deliveiy ^iven. ' 11 J. OOTTELTj has for Sale DrivitoV. 5':3tew COTTAGES, each-Tvith £ Acre...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

PASTORAL LEASES ACT OF 1869. SALE OF THE UNEXPIRED TERMS OF LEASES OF FORFEITED RUNS OF GROWN LANDS IN THE UNSETTLED DISTRICTS. Department of Public Lands, Pastoral Occupation Branch, Brisbane,3QthOctober, 1S75. THE attention of Stockowners and others is, drawn to the Notice in the Government Gazettej of to-day's <iate having reference to theundermeh- j tioned Forfeited Uusurveyed Runs, situated in the j Unsettled Districts, the, UNEXPOSED TERMS of I the LEASES of which will be OFFERED FOR SALE by Auction, ait the Rooms of Arthur | Martin, Queen-street, Brisbane, on TUESDAY; | 14th December, 1875. :i The above-mentioned Notice sets forth the Upset' Prices, Areas, Unexpired Terms of Lease, and Descriptions of the Boundaries of the Runs in question. Full information respecting the boundaries arid I situation of the runs, so far as is known* can be\ obtained at the Public Lands Office, -Brisbane. Gregory South District. Guralle, No. 1 Gleruuith , Curalle, No. 2 Revel • j Abb...

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STATE EDUCATION IN LONDON. (From the London Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

STATE EDUCATION" IN LONDON. (From, the London Telegraph.) Some oue maj' -observe that Mr. Foreter himself rather hesitated ihe other day to pro nounce whether improved education implied better morality. He did, "no doubt, very justly decline to view them as indissolubly connected; but he added that instruction .was the cultivation of the seed-bed in which theplant of virtue grew ; and some remarks made by Dr. Temple, at Bristol ' lately, hit-thia point off, we think, very effectively. The Bishop of Exeter boldly said that " in many cas«ja they would really do a moral service to'a young man by teaching him asubjeet like " Euclid' or arithmetic, which might: stem to haveno<xmnee iiou with morals whatever.',/ It did happen: every now. and then that a man mightjbe a. genuine stu dent, and not morally any the .better; but he was quite confident that, as a rule, it - was the other way ; that^as a rule.tlie intetiectand the conscience were so closely allied that it was-the great...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

; ^ THE FfiOfCE ^FWALES^IN IHDIA. already enumerated wliat we wont from him. It may i^iiire itioiieyj - iiut the money may be hereafter MUBed ill ]kdi£ : It may clash with the pmjonoeived jibtionB of *>ur Anglo-Indian politi cians, trained as theyaie in the lap of despotism, but it "will attach the people to English rule. LettkeKing's servants be as bad as possible, but the King himself ought to be an angel of goodness. The servants are forgiven in the goodness of their sovereign. They are bringing the heir apparent here at their own periL 'lie people of fiidia have all along consoled them selves with the belief thai, though they suffer wrongs at .the hands of their Anglo-Indian masters, it is done without the knowledge and sanction of the people in England. The uni versal belief is that! the English of England, iunlike aportion of their brethren in India, are sfiictly jest, &fls Would- )never knowingly allow an injustice W.: 'he' dW&'; T^is belief is on its trial...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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A FEW HINTS ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF WOOL SHEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

-^«GnBtradpi£*iai®^ <^be; worked with «xpedi|t^n^ndjecQnbm^i—Ifit^ejavoitlnig of cooftifiia&^'Siidi The preservation-of cleanliness. At^&rdl^MSie ample-opporfcixnity of active rapervmon. , " - t The avoid the first is the ^bption.&f $he "Ikhe " system. To effect this, jilKmt'^^^^i^'|if^he'^3ig^|of^th& shed and sink 1ionporKons):vre occupied ^own lie centre hy a .-■railed passage from tan to; twelve feet wide, i which communicates at ;'the furthest;;«nd from the wool . table with thaifiain yard- Thislane is filled «>» ifast as the sheep are 1 shornfrom 'the "\^en &€ae ;^ipe in it, it !is febbdmdM?tran^ ;-. two 'jrib^«gS4»^';^{$&^^u^£n^p(sft7<il'£ieB," or on lffie'^8jOT^m^^5ii:'«ash -window, Vihy-arOi side'of >,.4<^4wie,i^^^iro®hearasdraw from the same,, -pra^ii^^^Jce^pietciiTe sides. To expedifcate ±he i " J511ii%;of^B3ame,?a couple of decoy sheep -are "lfeft-iri?ttietdp'pen, -which is usually fill...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

NOTICE. AS the Expenses connected 'with the _ publication of a Newspaper so far in the interior as Soma are necessarily rery heavy, the Proprietor particularly request* that all SUMS owing to him, for which Accounts have been rendered, be PAtLk AT ONCE. F. KXDXEIL Western Star Office, November 19, 1875. EUROPEAN MAITJS. Torres Steaits Rom. Arrives at Brisbane oaf ;■ December 6. Leaves Brisbane ; - December 8.

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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THE SURVIVORS OF THE BALAKLAVA "SIX HUNDRED." [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

THE SURVIVORS OF THE - B AJjAKIiAVA " SIX HUNDRED." The old soldiers of the Light Cavalry Brigade i the men who "rode into the Valley of Death" on that: fatal: October morning -one-and-twenty years ago, were invited to attend a meeting, on Sept. 22 to make arrangements for a dinner in celebration of the anniversary ofthe famous Balaklava Charge. The trysting-place wap the Prince of Wales Tavern, Villiers-street, Strand, and the hour fixed for the muster was nine, to enable those engaged in business to put in an appearance. In consequence of the disagreeable drizzling rain not so many came as were expec ted, but a respectable contingent, in eveiy sense of the word, of war-worn veterans answered to the roll-call all the same. ; Hale, hearty men they werie the moBt of them; but so portly of; build that they set one wondering what sort of a light cavalry brigade that must have been where the weight in the pigskin ran up to. eighteen stone of living flesh in sundry instances. Jovial of m...

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

SOMA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 187& As long as a district is newly occupied, and the country is not half-stocked, the question' of roads and reseryesdoes not arise. A road is made where required, and as for reserves for townships and travelling stock, there isso much vacant country that ten or fifteen thou sand strange sheep on a run are rather -wel come than otherwise. Towfiships are so few and far so small-—consisting sometimes for years of only a few houses— that ho notice is taken of the few horses or cows the inhabitants may depasture in the neighbourhood. As settlement progresses, ■ and the JbationB be<x>in» 8toi^ed> tiftp v»!hie of the pasture rises, and ^phUsttWir^iivmente of travellers are increasing,", the lessees are continually becoming less and less obliging! until at last the strict letter of the-law is in-* sisted upon. It is then found that there are difficulties in the way of opening to the public proper roads, and of securing to towns and trav...

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HEALTH NOTES. [FROM DR. HALL'S MAXIMS.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

HEALTH NOTES. [Fbom Dr. Hall's Maxims. 1 We believe in fun more tlian physic, hence we "still live," and lively as a cricket, too1 Late and hearty snppers destroy multitudes, either outright in anight, or ia theinaidiouB pro gress of months andyears. . . A consumptive man is one .who has already lost the vise of a part of his lungs—the more.need, then, is there that the air which he does consume Bhould be the purest. Boils are thie result of impure blood, made so by imperfect digestion, or an excess of bile,- owing to a torpid liver or the wa&t of sufficient out-of-door exercise. They.; arejiot asign of health, bat that jaature is carrying <ojj.ii healthful process. ; 'Everybody, koowsthat cold water eajinat wash ' l-.auds clean, and yetwhole tomes are'scribbled .about the puryfying effects of cold water. Cold writer kills more than it cores. Hundreds of chil dren are killed every year by fanatical mothers sousing them, he.a& and oars, in cold water every ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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LASTEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Wednesday, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

PES'VLKCTRXC TELEQRAPflL brSIne. Wednesdav.D'eceniber 1. . John CSaropbdl King, fraudulent insolvent, has been sentenced to im— '*111 the Gotheabttrg salvage owe; Putvain wssaw^^ sal ;FHday, December 3. 3 •. Sevei^ ljales of Beat^ ^woiil have been re moved from the' itol&t of tjhe Borneo and Pekika. Tl^ in port meet to-day to colder what is to be done in the matter. Over 300 balesflrere discharged from the Corinth/ and brbkeaicrat to be re packed. -v-i-i-f- '

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THE BRISBANE AND IPSWICH MINISTRY AND THE LAND. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

THE BRISBANE AND IPS WTCII MTNIST&Y AND THE LAND. - To the E-'Jitor of the Western Star. Sir,—I hail with muc3i pleasure the prob ability of Soiiia at last arousing to a sense of action after the many years a: stupid lethargy wLiclli. liji.-i cii.'ti'nGi.*iSij'A ild\ "Witil iil;!:!" ,ST*«^at' and important advantages her existence -of late, years seem?, as far as the Government is con cerned, to be only known at the time of a gene ral election or wnoii a desire esists to plunder the locality for the benefit of a set of sycophants who wish to bnftfi?3 and f*j+ten at tl:s -jxpens" of others. When we look at what has oeeri done for Barling Downs ; when we coins to think, of the basi manner in which the lands have been disposed cf ; when we 3ee a costly line of rail way constructed for the benea: of the very men who have had hand, act, and part in this very business, I certainly think it i6 time for Roma to move and see that she is not to be ignored altogether. The Government, n...

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ST. GEORGE. Monday, November 29. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

ST. GEORGE. J..... ~ Mooday,;^pS3amiber 29. A lunatic-who was beangsenfci»fioma died saddenlyelevenmiies from St-'Genge.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinions expre~s°^d by Correspondent*, as these cobmuw are open t.c the free discussion of ail subjects of public interest.

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TAMBO. Wednesday, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

J. TAMBO: % - ■ J'." .. V'-. :? • 1 -'paUie business, Advance &u3Cool^'v>~'H:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

s&JSD umESEKVED SAI*E. Br Qpt&n or the Mortgagees, ^OOTTELL las ibecn instructed by the JEttr, Mortgaged to Sell at tile Eoma-.Auctioa 'IJowaJl-streefc, -on - SATURDAY it'll December at 2 o'clock sharp, All that piece, or jpanjel of land, sltnrte in the Parish and Town of Roma, containing 2 „,...• . > £o«kfr|ni0r« or !ei«)s having -a frontage of . two chains to Hawthorne-sti-oet, and being - v.- Allotment J^o. 3,®£jseeti<mNo. 49 ^together «:-.■ ^th Afl*3mprov«nienta of «ny kind waatso Tr .^pverthereon erected. ' ■ ... A ... Titlennder Real Property Act. : - . Terms atSakw , 329 PEJEL^MIJfARY NOTICE COACH AND SADDLE HORSES. J. GOTTELla irfis received instructions to Sell • by Public Anction/during Christmas Week, 60 to 60 Head of 1%te Upstanding COLTS and FILLIES, fit for Saddle and Coaching purposes. A prime lot; and in top condition: Soil particulars in future advertisement. 238 V» J. COTTISLL lias for Private Sale— TO-. IGMStore roves > 300 Store B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

s XijsgF*'* i6 ■< <frs& '***"' ? ^ wot A nr ' "" ■*" . ^ ■ ■ ..., WjlSS' usual B>Jilcln<T TVnmneBs, iffillSn^ ^dvarfces 01 approved Securities, 5E?®iaii^^6fl6e^v^|^ii.'1 Baposit®, %W9 'ss^ss Biu^xS|»nohe& and :Ag^lci<JS iu AhBtraliaMp^ Kmgdouv ■ cleevi, ' '.v' r-*:'~'1&dtug-Maii«E& - ,j 'f'^* " H''" A~ ' • '' •' V5J ' '■>■■' ,V " V' i > , .>-c vj,,. JtA- :.•<}&» D.I .:«7- «•;.-■. "y; -#9$&&$*..# * ■•-.■' ■ ••':• .• ■ .....v..• :i O-ilw -©i?SfcS"- ^ . D. & J. BEN J AMIS & Co., . . GENERAL | Merchants and Importers, JROMA, TOOWOOIVIBA, ^TAIJTHORPE, COm)ALO^;tod^St.'GEORGE. • 133 ': • [A CARD.J & Co., V - 5 ,$mOLES£IM • ANj&JbjSXAIL;... he- **§rV&-'- V&VM -:fcvj=W r ; r' - *. - :? »' :« '• ^neralStorakeepersaTidWine ;anjtfS^ - /.*.;• M^OWAXi-STREET, BgMA. • ; ESTABLISHED 18G2. • COUNTRY ORDERS CA3i3EFULLY EXE ^pipEDti...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. Western Star Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

COMMERCIAL. IFe-iter:: St>ir OSke. Fri-.lay Evcniit During the T^st week, there lias been a steady improvement in business. Flour is now scarce in towa, but large stocks are shortly expected. Carriage has new risen to 16s. to Roma ; carriage to Balby still 5s. Several dravs have passed through town. Three wore loaded for Nice Downs, and two for Charlo ville. During the past Te-'-k. JO <vales Amby Downs and 17 ?iales FoyJe View wool were" dispatched by R. Levin and Co. to Dalby.. Messrs. J. \V. Johns ton at'.d Co. rei<nrij iiavm.r iorwarilcii SO It-iiea wool, Eurella ; they have in store 12 bales from Mount Hut ton; Mr. P. -T. Cottle reports the private sale of town allotments at prices varying from. £40 to £100, according to situation. The demand for sites for building purposes is steadily on the increase, and he can obtai i good prices for allotments in favourable positions. Bnquiries for land suitable for selections still continue, but very little of the a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 4 December 1875

IMPOUNDED at.Mikiell Domw/from Eaiin-, dilla, on the 27th 5*ovember,:lS75f bj* order of J. C. "M'MaauB, E;q. ; for, trespass. ; Driving, ,5s. ■One bay gelding,. co'Iar-marked, -off hind and fore feet; niaiinetv P5 <}ver R 'ni^.sJioulder, 5 near thigji. " Also, from Mitchell Downs, by order of R. W. Stuart, Esq.; for trespass. One bay gelding, like blotched ,Co8* shoulder, 2ike GAL (uot unlike AX conjoined! near shoulder. If not released on or before the 31st December, 1875, ■will be sold to defray expenses. TL A. WHTPHAM, Pouudkeeper. IMPOUNDED at Roma, from the Police Reserve, Baqgewoigoni Creek, on tbc 25th November, 1875, by order of the Police. One white cow, top off off ear, like X AG off rump. One red and white cow, off ear slit, like MG-1 off rump. . One red and white bull, no visible brand. Also, at Roma, from Bnngeworgorai, on the 27th November, 1875, by order of Mr. William Baker. Damages on cow, £12. One yellow cow, top off near ear, off ear cut, RR near romp, ...

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