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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

H. W. LOVEDAY'S - PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, ; ' AKD ' 7 MUSIC WAREHOUSE, ■ QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE (Opposite SchooIJofAxts.) Pianoforte Maker, Tones, and. Repairer, {From John Broad wood & Sons', London.) HW. L. desires to. inform the. Residents -of . Brisbane nad the Country_diBtricte.that he" has taken the above Business entirelyin .fciia own hands, and, in addition to his. sn^tSor-Aoaort^ ment of Music and Musical IostriittentB^ he has purchased the whole of Messrs; Shepperson's and Watson & Co.'a STOCK of PIANOSj HARMO NIUMS, and SHEET MUSIC. H. W. X. has ON SALE the Largest and most' Varied Assortment of PIANOFORTES, HARMO NIUMS, SHEET and BOOK MUSIC, which can not be equalled by any other house in Queensland. PIANOFORTES, by the following makers :— John Bboadwood & Sons, j C-OLLARD & COLULBU, i ' Erard ' j Chaffeix, - Nkcmevkr, Aucher Fkebes, Traumas, Lohmak, Ralph Allison & Sons, Priestly A -JIeabtweix, A. Board, Justin Brown. . HARMONIUMS ...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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CHARTERS TOWERS. Wednesday, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

CHAPTERS T0WBR& ' > WnhmALv: One msa/was killed, and two aoonid^iit jured, by an explosion of 'titkofhtctare ~ in. ' IisBner's Store ^tpjdayy {The^ cause' of sth» disaster has not be6n ascertain^ -- *- * . .Thursday, December 9i f 500 lithofracteur caps eiplpclisg was tfie; cause of yesterday's catastrophe. Another s man has died. ■ ■■■■> ~'5

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A LADY'S LETTER FROM LONDON. From the Australasian. October 1. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

... A LADY'S LETTER FROM LONDON. l_:; JTromthe. Australasian. ! _T.:_V 1.., , 0ct°1?er.1-. j —_ nuibu nwiweeD excited by the Qaeen'a letter on the disafmsr in the Solent -whetlrfl fla&-wrot§>, andwhich had taken a VaifrBtyphftmph^ turn," as Mr. Drum nwndonceiiaid popular sentiment, was quelled in a-day or two afterwards by an expla nation sent to.the leading journals on the part of the Queen. . Her; Majesty explained that the letter Twhich waa so inopportmiely made public had3>eenwritteni three weeWbefore, and when ;|^;^j!^0s^«s6condinqtt^ VouH be ne ceasary,s^w»8 not intended to castany blame Uponjonybpdy. Of ooprse there are malcontents 3Tto.*rfuBe;to receive the plain sense of this jeaplaiWioivaQdthere are journals .WhLph cod iifaa&tq^jarpfipoflj the.point jfhich the first letter jo&defor them; but the public, who felt the .fcrith exfcowdiruuy i^and unanimity, *ave ■> cordially iaccepted it* and the Queen is PaU Mall Gazette, which gave the most r...

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

SYDNEY. • •' ! Tuesday, December 7. The duty on manufactured tobacco .has; beea increaaed to 2s. 3cLo& leaftols.j6d.-per: P0"™1* . ; - . . ^ i i -» , The Whampoa leaves for Iiondon an Satur day. v'" -■ - > .10,000 store "wethers, shorn,and delivered at Callandoon Station, Queenaiaiid, have been, sold privately at 7s. per head- ": .; >.• Wednesday, December 8. The Government is considering thepro prieiyof establishing a gampfaf the receptipjt of patients having contagious and infectious diseases.. ' Mr. Bobertspn, feting Colonial Ttefcbneiy delivered, the financial gtatembnt today: The revenue shows an increase: of neaziy half-a~ nfflBon. He proposes to remit duties' on a. number of articles; learing-only thirty£Ve dutiable articles onthetarifflist' The competition at the wool Bales to-day ^ was active, And priceB Vere Tnaintained. ~—

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FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE. (From the Australasian.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

DISEASE. vvesicrilar teycl* of aai mote prevalent .than at wiy time, since its ^tn&u^oii from the continent of Brirope ah<wt40 _ysaro ^i^ite-Viiyence jbe^^,g^eatwt .in winn weajher; bat whatever ' flie wester tfflts ■ Spread ot 5th«irifectiori coincides exactly- with (3ie increased inOTCinentaof animals. Afiter the oe;. cturencepf shqws,%tock farrs, an6, markets, the disease aBobuerved to «preadwith remarkable rapidity".;'''ef its highly - rant^o-iiB^tf&^>eluur»c ter, indeed,; all .the' cranmstances attending 'its prevalence injEnrope .afford irrefiagablei evidence; there ii iio loop-hole:; forr' ;es<^iiig''fcbe coficlosion that it is not oiil^h^KIy^ jjont^ionsj bat that the infectionisoften/caiT^d^rom {arm to farm by com parativftlyv iinstgfiifmaLnt >%tid mnsuspeefced agents. The visitors, especially of in spectorsofkto^have been in many cases the only possibles-media of infection. In othercasesahep herds doj^have been mdrethfth snspected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

I»ju» itp-Catotai^ £1,000,000. ~RSSE&wPcsi>, 'i*363,333 6s. 8d. THE ROMaT BR AHCH' .TRANSACTS all usual Banking li isinesB, JL; in&ttdiiig Advances onapproved Securities, ^lows' Interest on: Fixed Deposits,- and issues drafts on the Bank BrancliesaadAgencies in the Australian Colonies and United Kingdom, &c. -si"' •• % . . :• , H. C. CLEEVE, Acting-Manager. Roma, ... - i' r V. ■; i . -" - THE CAPITAL, X500,0G0. ; (With Power to Increasb to One Million). ' SCTBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £350,000. ■ t ••if! d .V v*» IKANCti Majryboroagli Millpheater /Itbekhampton Rbma 1 "Stasitiibrpe '■>= • Toowoomba' S Townsvijle.-'.■ v.,-.-. Tambo;—% — " AGENTS* in JjQpdqn, : New, - Sout;li -Wales, Victoria,. ^uth AusteJia, Western Aosiia SanFranciBco, IMiajaaStiieEast.-1 • -• ■ U <KCJ-Satrt Vj' -"Vl - t f. ,: % J V-. i,., yt£ f\Fj *|ie'i»^Ye;Ba^ .grants Drafts, negociates \j|i;^d4 cpUffite,3Bi|1b ■,*#$■Exchange ^u^-of tli£.;alwve-nime<I Branches . ^3' Ageni...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. BRISBANE. Thursday, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. FES KLECTHIC TJtlXKiV ft PJg. j ~ BRISBANE.., ^ Thursday. Decembers*. ■ Mr. Royd'a resignationof hmaeai£or, ttie. Leichhaxdt \ras gasettedyesterday.v.i' v. '■■■; ■' SHd»^-l>edeaiberilO./. ?<;. The resignation ofMr. Massie, the Under ^ Colonial Secretary^ is denied.

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The Western Star. ROMA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

Wt&itxn jte. SOMA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1875. Roma, a question, arises of gn^itpc&lTimportr-:; ance—^viz., TWh.ere is the terminuB » tb' 'fete - placed ? That there is any likelihofadof the site being fixed at the pegs from, whence the last survey party started is too absurd to be entertained ; for, in addition -to other disad vantages, the locale stands some, five feet below flood mark, as can be clearly evidenced by anyone taking the trouble to examine the trees in the neighbourhood. This alone would act; as an insuperable obstacle tp orir future railway station being situated m tlmtiptu^ of . the town; for, however partial some people-: may be to have their habitations built where they can be comfortably flooded out occasion ally, the idea of a submerged railway station is one not calculated to reflect much credit on the parties entrusted with the management of the affair. , Apart from this reason, however, there is another -_wdghty point 'to. fe taken . iaajfco...

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FIJL (From the Melbourne Argus Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

FUL (From the Melbourne Argus Chrresixmderit.) - From the admonitory shades <3 the Govern ment Printing, Office. " ordinance" after " ordi nance," as the statutes for the maintenance of law and order are called here, are shed like leaves from the autumn trees. And notably amongst these is one which is .rather a '" stag gerer to those who for so long were accustomed to. make their throats sore 'With the ciy of an-' nexation. It is. called the "prohibition ordi nance," and it sete forth that those whom hia Excellency the Governor may be brought to be^' lieve shaUhave conducted themselves in any disaffected maimer, or in anyway that threatens the Queen's peace, may*be waited upon by an: officer, who shall intimate to them that their presence in the district in which they have been residing is distasteful to " thepowera that be Quit within Wehty-fonr hoars they must " clear" from that district; and that if after such twenty four hours they are found within it, they are liable...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

ODDS AND ENDS. By Oppossum. I see you are taking steps to have the corpora tion re-established. You have had several im portations of sensible men since last year, so that probably things may slide along in an easier groove whenever' the debited event is accom plished. -A. little fresh blood is what we required, as i aim one that never believed there were ten good and . wise men inlioma. It will remain with the electors to demonstrate whether they have their heads properly screwed on or not in their choice of alderman. The electors have had experience of the stultiloquy (which is a good word) of some former aldermen, and it is to be hoped that we have men amongst us now, who if dected will give us a little of their sur plus energy .and disinterested advice. Pirst of all, I take it, the sanitary condition of the town should be inquired into. The township proper lies in a hollow, and there are no sowers to carry away the filth and dirt that must accumulate in a space of some half a mi...

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DALBY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

DALBY. Tfeom otjb own coebbspondknt.] I Preparations for the coming Sports on Friday next are rife. Some disappointment is expressed that as yet no intimation of an excursion train running between Toowoomba and Dalby on that day, has been given by the Railway department, the only sign they have made so far, being a general redaction to single fares for the double journey; this would not benefit intending excursionists who wished to take part in or visit the sports, and who were desirous of coming and returning the same day. Mr. Bell has granted the request of the .committee by giving his men at Jimboura holiday on Friday. The grand iBtand, gate, &e., which the Jockey Club - granted to the Societies' free of charge, were1 sold at auction last week, and realised in all1 £102 7s. 6cL, which goes to the funds of the Societies. A band has, been secured from Too woomba to play durihgthe day, and also at the ball to be held al the School of Art.-s in the even ing. An amicable under...

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BRISBANE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

BRISBANE. {Vbom oub own correspondent. [This letter did not reach us till Sunday last, having evidently been posted too late ior Friday's mail) Whenl wrote a short time ago on the appoint ment of Mr. Pring to the District Court Judge ship, T stated that it was rumoured in town that there was something behind that was not made public, because it seemed extraordinary that a gentleman of Mr. Pxing'p attainments should accept aninferior judgeship ; and now the cat'is out of the'bag. It was suspected that apromise of the first vacancy on the Supreme Bench was the induoOment, bat it turns out as rumour goes nowthatthe present administration have adop ted the policy of the Palmer Government with regard to a non-political Attorney-General, and that Mr. Pring is to be the man, -under the title of Crown Prosecutor, meanwhile . taking the District Dourt Judgeship. ifo doubt'Sir Maurice O Connell thought mat the petition to the Queen about his conduct with reference to the banquet of the Roman ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor is not responsible for any opinion expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of all subjects of public interest. To the Editor of the Western Star. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. The Editor 4s not responsible for any "opinion expressed by Correspondents, as these columns are open to the free discussion of aU subjects of public interest. To the Editor of the Western Star. Sra,—In the last leading article in the Star, relative to reserves for travelling stock, you rightly observe that " the most important step to be taken, is to confine all roads and reserves to the objects for which they were intended." There is no doubt that the sole reason why there are so many: complaints and s.» much real hardship—and I -might say ruin o many— through want of grass, is sim;>iy travelling deep. All the, travelling cattle and carriers' horses or bullocks -which pass u>> and down all the roads in six months do not do as much dam age to-the reserves as one ordinary mob of ten or twelve thousand sheep. " Now, .since it is a well-known fact that the great majppty of those sheep are simply travel ling fog^grass—at the present time there are some...

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MITCHELL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

MITCHELL. ! . pFROM OTTB. OWN COK&ESPONDENT. 1 Nov that the Reserve has been extended I fall to see the advantages gained by the towns people whose stock was at all times allowed to depasture on any part of Mitohell Downs ran, and during the whole time the present supetin- ; tendenfc has been in charge not a single hoof has been impounded without first endeavouring to find its owner. T&ere is no doubt some vexa tious instances' will occur from, time to time, when it becomes absolutely necessary for action to be taken to save well-bred stock. I recollect a short time ago, an ill-bred.deBpicable_ looking bull being let loose amongHt the superior bred nerd at Mitchell Downs, and .after re peated remonstrances with its owner without avail, the manager was compelled to send it to the pound. So valuable was this animal that it realised the sum of thirty shillings at the Pound sale. The extremes which some persons will resort to in carrying out their Vindictive feelings is ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

LOCAL A35TD GENERAL NEWS. On Tuesday last information was received by ilia police that a young man Had been Lost in the bush bear Tch&nning. Itappeftrs that he -was travelling ; •with some sheep, the property of Mr. Davenport, j and was aentout to. look fw some houses. He has - not been hem^-bfsince.- Serg^ntJohnatonwas it once despatched to aid in the search for the Unfortunateman, %vho isanew arrival from Europe and ignorant of the bush. The weather during the week has been fine and oooL A strong sbnthiwesterly windhaabeen blow ing, and the nightshave been quite cold. He tmtmi of last week appear tb have been general. A .great improvement is perceptibleinthegriws on the Dalhy road, and. carriers axe again- umAibp rapid tripe. A large number of drays loaded witk wool passedthrotigh thetowndixring theweek. Mr. Bellgroye -on Thursday last sold the booths and gate for the Christinas Races. The following are the prices realised :—No. 1 booth; J. Anderson, £8; No. 2 booth, Gr. B...

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MELBOURNE. Monday, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

| ? " '. it KTiBO Ulfli JtiL ~ x £_ J ; ^ ^ " Monday, JBeeerobar 6. A writiiasbe^served onDaptaxn Chap man, of H.M.S. Dido, atthe instance of Courcyl^eland—damages* £10,000—-for asy yartandfalse . Messrs. Powers, Baitherford, and C6. re that lipOtCB±tle;'yren.*yiatA^y''.prune, tuoaltered inprice.' They sold a mobtf. 25t) from LachW, bollocks averaging £10 16s.^ cows £8 5b. 19,000 sheepand-JOOO lambs ■were pffered; ,a slight advance onlast week'a prinis was obtained; . :, . * ;. i ^ -Messrs. Xing and Cunningham sold 270b Bnr^arianbullockB at,£9 to 2E9~T^s., cowb £7 IIb.-^M«ioa*«toro20s*perifiad. ...... , Messrs. Goldsboroogh and Co. sold 4300? bales of wool—greasy, 8cL to 14dL ;' fleece, 15d. to 24£cL The markets closed firm, late Engli& j$Lggraxns having imparted confidence to shippers. .. .. :.'] -J" • Thmjklay, JDeeemter.9. The freights for €ften' Innes- Jtickey dab Handicap! have given mnch satisfaction^ A large number ofacoeptances isantidpatedL Both Goldsbrough and Melb...

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ROMA POLICE COURT. Friday, December 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

ROMA POLICE COURT. Friday, December 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Mary Lamer was charged with stealing a hat, -the property of Emma Macpherson. Emma Macpheraon deposed that prisoner bor rowed the hat to go into toym, saying she would .bay another and-bring it backtoier; on finding - prisoner did not doj eo, the complainant reported the matter to the police; the prisoner subse quently returned the hat. j Case dismissed. j Saturday, December 4. (Before' tiie Police Magistrate.) 'AGGRAVATED AHSACXT. Gottlieb Bowex^was charged with unlawfully assaulting -and beating George Hayes. Senior Constable Smith prosecuted. William Batzloff deposed: I am a publican residing at Roma; yesterday about 5 o'clock in the evening prisoner came to my house on horse back, and said something about fighting ^ I told him there was no fighting required there ; when he wob going away Hayes said "we don't require any fighting hare, prisoner then took off one of his stirrup leathers, and struck Hayes with t...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

CRICKET. match between the Married and t took, place yesterday. The play -was j ve iheavarage, the fielding of Mr. 1 the batting of Messrs. Abbott, Lord, Cartridge, being exceedingly good, fu the score j—: EtBVEW—Fwar Innings. b. Noone '. '4 ii h. Sermon ... ... 6 Noone ... ... O lonfc ... 0 Sermon... ... ... 0 /Sermon ... ... ... 1 bit wicket ... ... 0 b.Sermon ... ... 3 >ont - ..." ... - ... 8 /p. Noone . ... ... 0 widen, 7... ... 21 ond innings. Sermon bbott ... Noobb on ... Btt Abbott . . . 43 ... 0 ... 19 ... 0 ... 7 ... 3 ... 5 ... 2 1 19; noballa, 2... 33 .. 70 r—Fiasx Innings. s wicket... r. b. Phillips... I li 'Manferluni ... 7 7 0 23 2 1 « 0 40 0 2 10 rKNINOS. i wicket b. "Vincent 98 61 22 0 1 0 0 o 13 6... 0 20 .110 .—Persons whose hlood ps •cannot et&nd the least exposure, ily liable to be attacked by malaria, leolds, which are^eadly: aggravated _i and consumption,* "and bv uioae de if-the jgtomach, bowels, ang. sensitive :h tag' caused by'abrupt chahges oi 'T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 11 December 1875

TO SPECULATORS. EDWIN BELLGROVE *21 oSpr for Sale; on or *bont>.i3ie lei Januaiy, 1876, at his Mart, in M'Dowall-street (unless preribody disposed of}, TEN SUBDIVISIONS of ALLOTMENTS in the Townof Soma, - each -with a frontage of 30ft. to:ifae-mam^treet, j^yri>jtB«for4>iia-: Innnn'^nlniiiui ' TJIDWIN BELLGROVE will also Sell at the same The LEASE of the Tattersall'e Hotel and Royal Hotel, and the LEASE of 2 Well-built Cot tages, in . the .Town of CWMamine ; also, a LEASE of a Well Watered ami Glassed Paddock, situate in Conjl amine Reserve, comprising an area of '91 Acres. ' -207' EDWIN. BELIA3BOVE ;wffl also offer &r Sale npon a given date, A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, in the Town of Condaiiime." - For Absolute Sale. 209 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. COACH AND SADDLE HORSES. RJ. COTTELL has received inBtrnctiMgs to Sell by PuHiic Auction, during Christmas Week, 60 to 60 Head of Fine Upstanding COLTS and BILLIES,, fit for Saddle and Coaching purposes. .- — v.. .,7 '*-■ ...

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CHESS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 18 December 1875

CHESS SONG. The following chess song appeared on the Glasgow Herald z— [BY TM EEV. DE. MEBRIIjEES, OF EDINBURGH. J j Air—" My Boy Tammy." " Wh&nr hae ye been a' the day, My boy Tammy f" What kept ye fra your kail the day, My boy Tammy ?"* " I've been playing games o' chess' Wi' a chiel frae Inverness. Wha has put me to some stress, And kept me late, my mammy." ■" And did ye ding the Hielan' looa My boy Tammy? For the credit o' your toon. My boy Tammy ?" " He gained twa games and drew the third, I am ashamed upon my word, His moves at first were sae absurd I thoeht I beat him, mammy." And what for wasna that the case, My boy Tammy ? Hoo did y£ come to sic disgrace, My boy Tammy ?" *' He took sae Tang to move his men, Ten minutes whiles or-three iames ten Upon lier eggs just like a hen He sat, ana made me weary." " And ye play'd fast —I think I ken, MyboyTainmy? ~ And Gambits tried thai cost ye men," My boy Tammy ?" " My gambit pawns he grippit fast; . And when the bauld attac...

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