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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL VIA SUEZAT GLENELG. (From the [?])Adelaide, mo[?]ing. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

VIA Cewopni^V' nr.: • November, withSouth ^ 3uu^l0n, t6 the dateof;Octoberj!l, ahd. iid Brindil .to October 20, thisjafte^odh/andresilihes'her.itts - aaffie to Melbonmfe*.n-Tngh* f ^ $ Bwamaty of" the Elfish anc ' the rimes fsom-Cawbain. Moresby,; fiTN.Vformerlj ' of H.M.S. BasUi^ aad " Rer. Mr. Mac£ariane, ---* *4l»aei3joog4fetteii inasply have beeti published bj • lieutenant Armit^. ILK., the promoter of t3S« pio ; i . Tteer jexpedSfion.' " The capital of bis projected com :;T5E*&" '""" . *13ie Ai 1 -which' _ taenia daring the past month tc 100, ol 10. ' the. Prince of . BJJ H. R.H. continue. ona scale,of much aRAtmltTipjmfckn frjffi ayrecei-ged ' the.wirits^rseveMi leading iSaharajahs, and after ^irards hsidi* ^(}re&,iisi^ch 'was very numerously at ~f 'tended; and subsequently proceeded to a fete given " to 7006 native children of alt castes. The Prince ugrrMfly; tfe»a»i-:witfc ^apej^a^iiiad the ^--«ntiinsUtsqi exhibited by the children. V "WreathB of Jlowtura^re^...

Publication Title: Western Star And Roma Advertiser
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ROMA CHRISTMAS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

rHOMACHBISTMAS RACES. . The following are the entries and weights for the tmdennentioned-handicaps:— * 'FLYljra-'HANDICAP. Mr. C. !F. Lord'sblkig. -Sultan, aged, 9st.'lib. Mr. L. White's ■ b;g. -Spy:; (Me^Jew),; aged, '•&& 2lb. • -■ Mr. li. W. Stuart18 br.g. "Charlie, 4 years, 7st. 21b. . CT HANDICAP HUBBLE J& ACE. j Mr.' (jr. M*Farlane's. b.g. Leapfrog, aged, 10st. 101b. Mr. W.' B. Murphy's Clifford, aged, lOst. 21b. Mr. Of J. "Stewart's g.g. Gay Lad, aged, 9st. 51b." Mr. 3J. W.- Stuart's br-g. Charlie, 4 years, 8st. Ilk BOMA CHBISTMAS HANDICAP. Mr. W. B. Murphy's b,g. Traveller, aged, 9sfe 2lb. Sir. L>. White's blk.g. Warhawk,*aged, 9st. Mr. C. F- .Lord's blk-g. "Sultan,' aged, 8st. *91b. Mr; J. SpenceVg.g.' Plover, aged, 7st.

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THE CHRISTMAS RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

Xfte^l3tau$mas' Race Meeting. which will i .comriienSe ion MonSiay promises to be a great success, and if we are only favoured • with'fair weather, a cottple of days'good sport 72aay ibe |anticipated. - JEhl?;; Viribw training wfeltfilled/mfch hor£esj and "indeed the ' stewards may.'v^eil congratulate them selves -upon having sueh «, -large number " doing up " for the " big and; little plums " • the 27th and 2 8th jhotwithstanding the very unfavourable seasbn. ... _ At Anderson's we find the old veteran Warhawk looking as well as anything "uiider the cloth," and if heis at all like his former ' self we look iipon him as being the' hardest nut to crack in "the big Events. The Sultan is not at all to'be despised, although so many ijnfa'vourable rumours' are Current concerning ViiniJ and if tie can only "muster the amount bf pace he exhibited a few days since when he appears before the starter, something good •may be, expected from him. ^ld' Dandy and a way noise named iviystery;are al...

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ROCKHAMPTON. Wednesday, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

| , _ r , - JtOCKH A MPTCffl. tT .... Wednesday, Decernber22. > ■Tmo untougwmts by ihe , iionden,.ianded thisevemiig. sfrota

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WARWICK. Wednesdaay,December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

1 • - $hu^-fd^ 'lodged - yest6iday, rf6r 2500 ''afire* tiSowii ^opeu for selection in t!ie parish bf Elphinstone. #

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MELBOURNE. Tuesday, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

I - - Jlye$dajy .Deoembe^ 2-1. ~ xne j>ewT5outn waies leam -ot. g^oKetets meets ■ mast - favour'^orVj&e /IiitOTCpIonikI Criekefcmfl$c&i' ■ . . ... , , - The question of Interbolouial ^BV^^^Trtfde trill shortly,' enmire'4&e bttentibn' of-^Ke Gor Betting fori^^^laitipiori «Race : " 3 " to • 1 against'.. Richmond^ f^ 5 to1 1 • against 'Robin. Hood; 6'to bales of wkfls -gi^a^ isa^tos^j ' ;BbtiB8d6^'',^sSe:,:'» slight decline hadto&KsUl^tW-to. 4Aiv> average of;o^W<iinEl ISd'bullocka ware' Offered. Ms«i&tj^fldll, i||^^^i|^^,Tuli3(')escept; to f :■■ (Abridged from the Co 18. and one ittiod t don on the" eSul haa confessed to;«nk the Mosdif money; for vbidlj h*»w TheNo i were I &s3ea has nnee in ting-tbe ><esiport. ImJm in _ «te oom ipt. - £S':B&3sfc J&{ '"i imit '• ■•

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SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

* 6f tiie ornpany. %$>le to China:aad AA.«stralian..T<el€ lias arrived. It is New'.Zealand next:- \ '• - 7—' 'i There is vety.'littte ensuing races at Hawkesfo' t the of tile West is first favourite; for- itte Grand Han dicap.'' ■ - ■ ■' - ■ « -•1 *H •' ^THie profteds "^ the JewiBhSynag^jrie, is i&000:4 * * Wedn^ay/'Decetaber 22.' ' Great- anxiety is felt ifor ^e-^adfic Mdil sritMUDCT^CiplumlMa, <asoo. Severil*»eddents.' of•• Sydixey * "The- BiU'iforf?the suppression of betting looses has-passed a*seeond reading, ___ . Jan naiyi-.ll.th.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 25 December 1875

BIRTH.       On the 10th instant, at Bank of New South Wales Roma, Mrs. H. C. Cleeve of a Son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

Department of Public Lands, ,..L, .^3*j86i|w®^33Bh3lebendier,.187&-, - k'\ "' ....."] • ' ; A 'iJi!KN 1'lGN is ^directed to the Notice of inten f JnL Kon to- AMEND a.DEEDof GRANT in. favour ©f iKOMAS j^LlTNN, is the manner speci t" fiedancl published in tbe ~ Government Gazette of the "WILLIAM HtYAR. . . PUBLIC NOTICE. - ■ " ,' . Land Commissioner's Office, iic-> « w v- Homa,- 2Brd Deeetaber, 1875. ;/■ ijfcifs nnden&niioned Selectors under the Act " r:Cf.u SJ Vi£, ^o.- 46,- Itave -given the necessary. ; JTotices of tlieir yitention to apply at the Sittings . of the Land O)urtjto be held at Roma, on WED -" NESDAT, tie laBr day of January, 1876, ior-Cer ^tificates of Fulfilment of Conditions on their Selec -tions, as under :—' •••No. L ". . Nairie. - Area.- -Parish. • 43e =f Francis,Grant Mackay J 73 0 0 I Soma i William: Setaggs 80- 0 0 i Uoma '23i, j Stephen Scraires . J 80 0 *0 j Roma I'.-..JOHN MURPHY, . . Land Commissioner, "286 - 7 llama. * FOB SALE., . ' •" *...

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THE DOMESTIC OGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

| . THE DOMESTIC OGRE. . The domestic d£^iS$>ifii,*>f the most unhappy beings in existence, Hifl^lifeis a constant. struggle. When he is not aiifferirig,reproacH at the hands of his-wife and children he .Is iS;jht-: ing with all his might to miake ends meet, and . who should most wish to assist him seem to lie the Very ones who are working in.order that he may pot do so. - Perhaps ■ they act lb this man ner as much from ^misapprehension of-how things .stand as frbwFany unworthy cause. In deed, it ia certain that this is the case,' for materfanulia3,' liTTiEeTnnocence of her hearty implicitly believes that the resources of her husband are practically inexi.-iustitie, while children are ever fully persuaded that however much their papa may grumbl:: wlien lie is called npon to put hishand into his pnrse he is. never, and never could be, in th ^ melancholy position of having to put it there in vain. But the fact that the poor man's pereecntors act from a mis apprehension. of the s...

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MELBOURNE. (From the Town and Country Journal's Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

^MELBOURNE. (S'romiheTovm cmdCountr^y Jouri^s1 .-Correspondent.) ' • : Surely it is anything but reassuring, at this early stagaof our history, to findthatthe under current of talk,.among a certain party, tends to the employment of physical force to accomplish political ends. Mr. Fincham, the newly-elected member of the Legislative Assembly forBsilai-at West, threatened the Assembly, in ■■'his' maiden speech, with compulsion. . As representing an electorate of 4000 men, his utterance is not with out significance. Men are talking on all handsof an emulation of that resistance of the law witich made the Eureka Stockade of 1854 so famous in our history. The anniversary of ±hat outbreak ■ has just been celebrated at Ballaxat with much warmth. It is difficult to perceive how this forcible action on the part of the ultra liberals is to be applied, if they resolve upon extreme measures. Tlisre is no special course taken by the Govern ment to which public resistance can be applied, and so m...

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THE TRIAL OF THE 81-TON GUN. Woolwich, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

THE TRIAL OF THE 81-TON GUN. Woolwich, September 17. j An important era in the manufacture of heavy artillery has been inaugurated to-day by the first proof shots firmed from the new 81-ton gun. The trial took place at the proof butts, Royal Arsenal, in presence of a large number of officers -and scientific men, including General Campbell, now.'Director of Artillery and Stores; Colonel Young hutbmd, F.R.S., "who has succeeded him as superintendent of the Royal Gun Factories 5 General D'Augilar, commandant of the Wool wich Garrison ; Colonels Field, Wrav, -and Ingles, R..E., <fco. The gun was placed on a carriage specially constructed for its proof, the part on which the gan rested being made of wood, and that upon an iron structure which ran on twelve.small wheels. These ran upon the rails which go through the arsenal and down to the proof butts, and by which it is conveyed to the scene of trial. As the weight of the gun-carriage-and gun exceeded 120 tons, it was®, taatte...

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TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST AT SEA. The steamer Pacific, until lately the pro perty of the Pacific Mail Company, left Vic toria, British Colombia, on the 4th Novem ber, for St. Francisco, with over 200 souls on. board, in what would sesrato have been an entirely unseaworthy condition. Two days after ths American sliip Messenger picked up at sea part of the pilot's house belonging to the Pacific, and a man named Jelley who appears to have been the only one of all on board left to describe the found ering of the wretched " coffin ship." He says :—" My name is Henry Frederick Jelley. I took cabin passage on board the steamship Pacific, of which J. D. Howell was master-, on Thursday, the 4th instant, for San Fran cisco, and en the same morning the steamer left the harbour of Victoria, British Columbia. There were about 200 people oa board, more or less, and we steamed all that day agaiast a head wind blowing from the south-east fresh. During the day the crew were con stantly pumping water in...

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IPSWICH. Thursday, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

IPSWICH. j j Thursday, December 30. | ie thoroughbred entire horse Lord of the - Hifrj^tUe-property of J- P. Bell, Esq., died at '^5 Grange, through self-inflicted injuries caufd by excitement occasioned by the noise mad in fixing up the grand stand for the race TJa Christmas race meeting-passed over satikctorily, but the attendance was not so gooc as usual, owing to a split in racing circfe. Medes Platz.—Mr. Ashcrof'-'s Architect, 1-; Mr. !> A'rcy's .Comus, 2 ; Mr. £uarise, 3. Pivdiarters. V^lter Race, Fifteen Sovs.—Mr. Dyer's Play boy, i ; Mr. Golas' Gift, 2 ; Garibaldi, 3. Three startrs. iPsncH Haxdicap.—Mr. Thompson's Darkie, 1; 5J-. Ashcroft's Wanderer, 2;. Mr. Adcock's Chanb, 3. Five starters... This was a splendid race, and reflected great crcdit oa the handi cappeis. TW minor races concluded the day's sport'. The Hack Hurdle Race oa the second day was well untested by the two horses , that started; - ith rat ifcufcl, ^/uaKlf folbwed fcy Tarter. * "* Optional Handicap. —Mr...

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ST. GEORGE RACES [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

inum; sklmro^i^-— "fianst* hjuroic^.^ffir. ' Cabt hobsi ^cfc^mfc * ., Cohboumion ' stjuoss.^s jiou yro-tinit'jjg jl^i^^i^(h^iig^'3r"4"* doing bo,

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

MELBOURNE. The Intercolonial Cricket Match between New South Wales and Victoria, was won by the former in one innings, with one run to spare.

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SURAT RACES. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPON[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

maides purttb. hwrmculp.-^mr. schottfi waaciiia'ltewb^i ' " rkt.t.tno stakes.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

LOCAL AJSTD GENERAL NEWS. We are sorry to learn that Dr. Smith is suffer ing from the effects of what appeared at the time to be a very slight cut on the hand, received during the amputation of Swan's arm at the Roma Hospital last week. During the operation the operator's (Mr. De Leon) knife accidentally wounded the hand of the former gentleman, whieh has swollen very considerably, and pre sents all the symptoms of blood poisoning. Dr. Smith has been unable to attend to his pro fessional duties for the last week, and is con confined to his bed. We must crave our readers' indulgence for any shortcomings they may observe in this and the previous issue. It is holiday time: Christ mas comes: but once a year; even printers are but mortal, and=a spree occasionally is almost neteessary to vary the monotony <rf their calling. We have also not wholly escaped the prevailing epidemic^ one of our staff having been laid up with the measles; ""Another -left us last week, and his place ...

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THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

THE DROUGHT^ :f f The following is extracted from the stock raport'of JtksPasioral Times of "the 18£h De cen^if,"^pn]jlaHed. at DeniL'quin^ Sew South Wales:— ... . * .. ; According toth a folio win % extract from a letterfrpm a gentleman residing at the junction of tWNamoi and Barwon Rivera, published in the GouVbum Herald, pastoral .mattera look gloomy in the far north:—"There lias been ho rain on the Bataroti for two years, and con sequently . the bush is like a colossal dust-heap. Cattle and sheep hive to go to the river for water, .and if a. lieayjt.-rainfall does not soon occur, owners wifl have to travel them m dis tricte'lSat have bean favoured with copious downpours. One squatter on the Namoi is preparing to go on the march "with the whole of [his stock, as his run cannot sustain them any longer j ;ihe little grass there is Is dry and in nutritious ; -matters pastoral look very gloomy here ; day after day the sun shines out with dazzling brilliancv,aud as he tread3 his path,...

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ROMA CHRISTMAS RACES. Judge: MR. WILLIAM SPENCE. Stewards: Messrs. JAMES GREEN, W. BATZ[?], W. H. SPARKES, JOHN J. QUINN, and W. SPENCE. Treasurer: BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Starter: MR. T. LYNCH. Clerk of the Course: Mr. H. C. MILTON. [?] MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star and Roma Advertiser — 1 January 1876

vffi®;CTilSTMAS' EACifef rv. Judge: Mb. Wnxn/ai Svsscs., ~r^xu Stewards: Messrs. James Qsjebs, W. BATziorr, W. Hi Spabkes, Joan J. qotkk," and w« 8tsssc&' - . Treasurer; Bank or kew South Waxes. Starter: sie. T. ltkch. , Clerk of the Course: Mr. H. C. Milton. ™--wvv -MfiKnAYl decemtbee 27. ;£'L&C*5X l/AA — ~ If the Stew^dis had had at their disposal 365 days of 1875, theycould, scarcely have se lectedor desired a more favourable opportunity for commencing their meeting than that which presented itself on Monday last. The weather in the forenoon was wi thoutexaggeration "Queen"a own," the Bky being overcast to the extent that those who availed themselves j>f £he„inviling prospect which a day's horse-racing xjpmieajtB were amply satisfied with' themselves for having arrived at the conclusion that a trip to the race course was the best-looking thing in iheirijooks. The afternoon was, perhaps,-not so pleasant as the early part of the day in consequence of "old Sol" pu...

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