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"Death in Dirt!" HEALTH COUNCIL'S WARNING ON CLEANLINESS NEED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

"Death in Dirt!" HEALTH COUNCIL'S WARNING ON CLEANLINESS NEED THE ^QUEENSLAND HEALTH EDUCATION COUNCIL IN A BULLETIN THIS WEEK DE SCRIBES THE REGULAR USE SOAP AND WATER AS "NOT MERELY A SATISFYING HABIT." It's origin, it says, goes back to the ..days of Moses, who drew up the first hygiene code. He emphasised thfit cleanliness gave protection against disease. Down llie !i|4es,,liis uimJohi litis been confirmed by every pioneer of good health. To-day, practical people alj hor dirt and shun those who entour age it. We hesitate to clasp a ilirt.v hand. Soiled clothes, filthy knives and forks, greasy plates, grubby towels—instinct ,warns us to avoid them. Dirt is always a danger sign, while a clean skin gives protection against germs. Roup and water removu waste, materials exuded by the sweat gland? and allow tlio skin to function norm a'lv. Skin Important Dr. Morris Fislibcin. editor of "Ilygcin," the noted American month ly, says: "The skin is no longer con sidered just an envelope fo...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

STOP NAGGING PAINS FASTER }HhiscUH AJ><\ Vowth-r*i (icfihiU'lv relieve junl have posilively id harm ful efforts of ;iny kind what ever. ]f jutin roiitinuen rotmistcnllv alter tah ing Hibiscus A.P.C. Powders a Doctor should l»o consulted. For Headaohes mid Neuralgia take one I'mwler and repeat in two hours ii accessary. For Rheumatism, Sciatica, 3«uinbntfo and distress in general, take one every four hours. For iiilluenzu and head colds takc a Powder with a hot lemon drink immediately before retiring and then lie sure to keep the body warm. DONT BE MISLED — HIBISCUS IS THE SUPERIOR A.F.C. 2?repare<! tm<l sold only by c&Uk&Cd vn. FOODSTUFFS AND.GROCERIES HBB0B3E ASSOCIATION TO QUEENSLAND PASTOHAL SUPPLIES PIT. LTD BOWEN ST., BBISBANE. Diesel Pump and Electrical Service Modern Testing equipment in the hands of capable engineers will assure you of prompt and efficient service FARMERS CENTRE PtyM PHONE 108 DALBY PRIMARIES HAVE PLENTIFUL...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

THE WESTERN STAR IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE USE THE COLUMNS OF THE WESTERN STAR TO COVER YOUR LOCAL HELD WATCHMAKERS JEWELLERS ROMA LARGE RANGE OF ENGLISH POTTERY ENGLISH TEA SETS ALL STYLES OF PYREX LADIES' BRUSH, COMB AND MIRROR SETS JUST ARRIVED: SUPPLIES OF ENGLISH CRYSTAL BIGGEST DISPLAY OF WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY GIFTS IN WESTERN QUEENSLAND. GENT'S WRISTLET WATCHES Supplies of Ladies Wristlet Watches Arriving Monthly. All Repair Work Done On The Premises. THE GIFT STORE OF THE WEST. PHONE 145 — ROMA. QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS 2jJXAMUfAT10.N toi■ Lad Porters aud Porters South Western Division: Applications iu applicants' own hand writing and on the proper printed iorui, available at .principal administrative offices and stations, will be received by the Secretary, Huilwuy Department, Adelaide Street, Biisbai. , until Mon day, 15th November, 1916, for tlic posi tion of Lad Forter and Porlur in tbe 1 South Western Division. Applicants must not be less than 14' years nor more tlian 25 years of a...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEKS FILM LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

WEEKS FILM LinE-Up musical wiuiuut'a chorus girl —that is the uniq.ue distinction of ■'Summer Holiday,'' U-CUiL's new technicolour musical-drama . which will be screened at the Capitol , Theatre on Tuesday and Wednes day. It is a gay, colourful story of those happy cure/ree days at the turn of the century and has Gloria Ue Haven and Mickey Booney beading u cast of woll knowns. On Friday (family niglit) the.Capitol will present "Viva Cisco Kid," with Cesar Bomero, and "Gaiety George," starring Bicliard Greene and Ann Todd. ., , Gaiety George'' it> tUc dramatic story of a great starmaker whose sensational new "musical comedy" helped to build up the delicious legend of the "naughty nineties.'' Saturday and Monday week will unfold a drama of thrills and ro mance against the background of the racing -world when the Or<pitol presents "The Home Stretch."

Publication Title: Western Star
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

PERSONAL Miss K. ticxtou. of Noma, l»as ar rived hoiuo and. is sjH'juliug licr auuuul hulidnvs wiili liur parcels. j Mies -M:i\vnt ol" Lauds jborougli, NorlJi CouM, hiiH Ijui'ii visiting roltttives in Jiuuia bol'vru leaving for Sydney to eutur Our Lnji of the Saeroil lluart Cuiivviit.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Peace of Mind over HAEMORRHOIDS (PILES) It cannot be too "widely known that this distressing condition of locally distended veins (often called Piles) CAN be promptly relieved. The well-tried preparation, Man Zan, is specially compounded to quickly relieve the'discomfort of haemorrhoids. Man Zan first eases the pain and soothes the irritation—then tones up the swollen and congested parts to promote relief. Easy and clean application with Man Zan is made simple with the nozzle applicator. Price 3 6 from aff chemists. MAN ZAN FOR HEMORRHOIDS ANDREW MCGEE CIGARETTE TOBACCO .. 24/7 lb. PIPES Irwin's Bum Cured 13/ G.B.D 2(5/ Dr. Plumb .. 13/ Orlik .. .. 35/ Civic .... 26/9 IN A GOOD RANGE OF SHAPES Hnvo Your Old Pipes Repairod and Returned in 14 days. Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street SYDNEY. THE FGUFS POlt.'TS OF A GOliD COUGH REMEDY The essential factors ol a good family cobgh remedy ore: It must ('lire up quickly ov possible; must be safe tar pdulte and children; inust be co>K-.micdl, ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLEMINGTON (WEIGHTS UNAVAILABLE) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

FLEMINGTON (WEIGHTS UNAVAILABLE) BATMAN STAKES, 1} Miles (1.15). —Amritsar, Bon Dhoti, Clement, Ellers lie, Guy Donna. FLEMINGTON STAKES, 5 Furlongs (1.55).—Gilt Archer, Wingflyer, Bird-I man, Greek Legend, Burmead, Gallant) Felt, Mister Pimm, Not Proven, Sir) |Vara, Wayside, Berrj", Better Law,! Canopas, Entrain, Great Score, Burnous] Gay Venture, Kiutaii, Storytime. | C. B. FISHES PLATE, 1} Mites (2.30).—Valour!, Silver Link, Dark Maine, Beau Gem, Bio Fe, Pliobios, Soya) Andrew. V.B.C. HANDICAP, 1J Miles (3.10). —Steady, Gayness, Miss Prim, Brit isher, Latani, Ninnid, Bio Fe, Bold John, Few Words, Chatsol, Field Pox, Kongmeng, Beau Juste, Youth Speaks, Choice Wind . v J. A. McLEOD STEEPLE, 2) Miles (3.45).—David Star, Krallls, Priority, My David, Wallndale, Brinr, Leicester Square, Veramoud, Adjudicator, Cedno, Ncrnbaco, Sellkirk, Walladale. OTTAWA STAKES 5 Furlongs (4.25) .—Amicus, Longdate, Mexican Gold, Mutliora, Mvtlios. Narbada, Nas rani, Hover's Mark, Sari, Star Turn, Sicph,...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CANTERBURY ASHBURY MIXED STAKES, C J'ui longs, First Division (1^.30).—Keep ros 9,0, Bon Soil* 8.7) FlisJ: -M■ ■lf! Princess (Jaravul S.U. British Topic S.U, Brighton 8.0, Tom 8.0, llari'lcur S.U, Sir Tilno 7.7, Jluroloii 7 7, I).U' ling 7.7, Delenius 7.7, Hui«jiii.' 7.7, St. Michael 7.7, Dart 7.7, All Bright 7.7, Dncle Bert 7.7, Wuudcrniau 7.7, Eos siter 7.7. JUVENILE STAKES, 5 Fiirlonys (1.0).—Grand Applause 8.12, Field Boy 8.12, Fine 8.5, Gay Ronald 8.5, Ferdinand 8.5, Silent Partner 8.5, 'Boastful Song 8.5, l'entuct 8.5. Golden (Brew 8.5, liing Nieolo 8.5, Autumn Balloon 8.5, Minton Mar 8.5, Lonely 8.0, So Happy 8.0, Ambitious 8.0, Bel febe 8.0, Bmbraec 8.0, Favour 8.0, Bye 'and Bye 8.0, Civie Record 8.0. ASHBURY MIXED STAKES, C Fur longs, Second Division (1.35).—In vincible 8.7, Spunatenous 8.0, Pencraft 8.0, San Luis 8.0, Indomitable 8.0, Ashtray 8.0, Future Gift 8.0, (Jay Spark 8.0, Echo Point 7.7, Bungywun 7.7, Arknna 7.7, Heredity 7.7, Eudo eia 7.7, Heathercrag 7.7, Same Id...

Publication Title: Western Star
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GOVERNMENT APPROVES PLAN FOR NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

GOVERNMENT APPROVES PLAN FOR NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The State Government has ap proved an application lor the con struction of a new Phesbyterian Church in Roma, according to ad vice received from Mr. J. B. Tay lor, M.L.A. To be crected on the site of the lire sent Churcli at the corner of Queen and Albert Streets, it will be known us McGoivau Memorial Church. Basic designs have already been finished, but the architects (H. 51. Cook and W. J. E.' Kerrison, of Bris bane) lire still working on the detailed plans. Church authorities, however, are hop ing to get Dr. John Flvuu of the In land to hiv (Jio foundation-stone early next year. Ambitions Project The finished structure will include a heating and cooling system through the installation of radiators und electric fans, u £1200 electro-pneumatic pipe organ donated by parishioners, and several memorials of stained glass win dows, furniture and seats. The Church itself will be of brick, with a terra cotta tiled roof, and a tower in f...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

E R. HOOD (Beg. V.H.C., Q.T.C. and Tatteraall'g Olb) OPERATING ON V.R.C. DERBT & MELBOUBNE OTJP DOUBLE Straight Ont V.B.C. DERBT Straight Ont and Place Melbourne Oup ABB TOD ON MY MAILING LIST 1 ft act. Write: Box 1MSW, Q.P.O., n«i! OSm B4TM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

A sparkling eyeful of style — a linw. all-providing idea of 10 /t.p. quality, comfort and economy . . . Big car appeal! Front, side and rear — in every carefully designed lino — the new body and new luggage boot have big car ' Myle. The new interior has luxury fittings and deep-cushioned upholstery tailored to keep its smart shape. The new complete ventilating system includes hinged windscreen and controlled draught-free ventilating windows. Backed by the sterling quality of Prefect engineering fuid the smooth, flexible performance of its famous 10 h.p. economy engine the .new Prefect U the beat ilia! ever happened to lOJi.p. motoring. HOO.1l V LVCC4CB BOOT. Completely veterproof, iiluol&itni m alght by beam from tell klfbt. Spare vhosl tarried under and wii|« lugRag«> ohelf. COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH ALL COMPETITIVE MAKES Prefect Sedan, £510 plus tax; Prefect Utility, £485, plus tax. Also on hand, 2 Jeeps in good order., 1-4 x 4 15 Cwt. G.M.C. Truck fitted with platform ...

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U.S. ELECTION FLASH TRUMAN "WALKS HOME" [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

U.S. ELECTION FLASH TRUMAN "WALKS HOME" Latest election flash from the United States where results of the elections are being counted tills morning indicated that President Harry Truman is "walking home" with a Democrat lead of nearly two million votes from Bepublican presidential candidate Thomas Dewey. t Dewey was the favourite in lliis election contest. His defeat lias up net "expert " predictions, reversed « Gallup poll. Return of the Democrats—this late President Roosevelt 's party—should have a stabilising influence on Amcr icn's foreign policy, and result in 11 further IT. S. stiffening towards Rus sian expansionism.

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LADIES' BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

LADIES' BOWLING NOTES Besults of the progressive game play ed on Wednesday:— HeBdames Cooke, Pettiford, Wieueke, Wright 27 v. Meadamea Way, Slingsby, Scott 26. Mesduinus Page, J. Harris, Iladwin 26 v. Mesdames W, Harris, Aslimead, Pruden 24. Mesdames Featlier, Coram, Crawford 24 v. Mesdames Scotton, Drabecli, Nug ent, Coutta 14. The usual bridge evening will be held in the Club House on Tuesday, Novem ber 9.

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Acceptances 3 States EAGLE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Acceptances 3 States EAGLE FARM TRIAL HANDICAP, 7 FurlongB 0 .<>).—riving Sliower Sl.O, O'Malley 8.8, ^Jiani^li Lover tS.7, Verdors 8.0, Pacific Highway 8.4, Top Marker 8.2, (Second Forest 8.(1, Colic 7.12, Sjnuikc'r 7.0, Ban Fiau 7.4., JJoisurd 7.4, (Join )ictii 7.4, High Gradu !,3, Lui-kv Duke 17.2, Comparison 7.2, landale 7.2, Tum arinil 7.0, Ballerina 7.0, HOPEFUL STAKES, 5 Furlongs (1.45).—Trea Vito 8.5, Navisoti 8.5, Wheiford 8.5, Gold Boil 8.5, Mr. Sun ra.v 8.5, Laurosu 8.5, Pacific Breeze 8.5, Guy Andrew 8.5, Spellinnn 8.5, C'olley t'iIjher S.5, l'lmlenm Sun 8 o, Paid 8.5, Master Eimveil 8.5, Wrung-! lvr 8.5, Narscott 8.5. ENCOURAGE HANDICAP, 1 Mile,' iFirst Division (2.25).—Parndel 9.5, FhIcou Lass 8.'9, Bay Fox 8.0. Beau1 Jack 8.4, Lo Zongu 8.3, liacious 8.0,1 Dialect 7.12, Glaauiiiig Murk 7.31, Pre tender 7.11, Bail Hijbrus 7.10, Queen Bine 7.9, Lord Lennox 7.8, Constant Boy 7.5, Lord Horn 7.4, Bullfrog 7.2, My Mate 7.1, Duraldi 7.0, Mevnu 7.0, Spearnnin 7.0...

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RACE MEETING WAS OUTSTANDING SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

RACE MEETING 1RAS OUISTWNG SUCCESS . was generally credited with,, being one of the most successful held in ! the district. The club denied approximately £240, about £10 below the record. However, with only 11 bookmakers, compared with 20 for the record meet, the figure was an outstanding one. iloBt pleaeiug feature of tlie meet ing, which drew an estimated attend ance of 850, was the large number of nominations and acceptances for every race. The total nominated was 75, while 84 horses actually started. Gate for the first day was-'£80, with £150 for the second. Tote-totals for the two days were £313/15/ and £447/5/. One of the racing highlights of the meeting ivaB the failure of Bright Laddie, trained by former Eighth Div. P.O.W. hero, "Cocky" Eastou, and owned by Mr. 6. Nagel, of Gonna ■nulla, because of bad barrier manners. His failure to take a first in any. of his three starts is estimated to have lost his backers more .th£n £1000. for the women's angle on the race meeting, one...

Publication Title: Western Star
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C.W.A. Wants Bigger Hostel Here MOVE AT ANNUAL MEETING TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

C.WA Wants Bigger Hostel Here i AT ANNUAL METING TO-DAY Plans to increase Roma's lioctei facilities for accortrocdat ing country school children witi be discussed at the annual gen eral meeting of the Western Division of the Country Women's Association, which will be held in Roma to-day. Delegates from 11 brandies have been invited to tue meeting, al though some of them have been uu. avoidably detained. The move to incrcaso cuunuy school i hostel accutitiiiodatiou ie a boijiio) to the l'ccciit Ktute Government decision' to decentralise education in Queeus laud. It has been pressed in Parliament by members of all parties. Roma Should Benefit Soma is expected to Ijcmilu sul/stati tially wlion tlie dceeutnilisntion sulieuiu is put into effect, The present educational hostel in Soma was established in 1914 for A total cost ot approximately £3000. It was subsidised by the Government on a pound for pound basis. Consisting of two houses, it lias now readied its accommodation limit ivitli.1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

" BANISH FLIES AND MOSQUITOES By Using SUPREEM MOSQUITO COILS, 1/ a large box. SILVEBMOTH will keep Clothes free of Silvcrfish and other Peste. PEICE: 6d. Per Packet. Procurable at— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box 81. BOMA. Phone 2 * "East or west MUUAVEY'S are best CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS Their Flavour They're i> "—" Favour." Go'd Medallist U.NJL. mi Three lata and Three Srde. |—^^Certificates li.AJ3.—1937 | """Melbourne 3rd Price. Certificates E-A!8. 1937-38. mullavey & son, Oharlea St.. Bomft ——JPhone 287

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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION WANTS HOLIDAY FOR NEEDY CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION WANTS HOLIDAY FOR I NEEDY CHILDREN j Tlie Bo ma-Brisbane Association I wants to 4<raate £20 to help take I needy children from Boma and dis- | trict to the seaside during the < coining school holidays. The secretary (Mrs. Olive Kimliu) told The Western Star last night that tlie association hoped thai suitable ar rangements could be made. The Association's next social will be held in the Druids Uall on Thursday, November 4. Mr. Arthur Harley will Ije, M.C.. MoBsrs. Doug JJrown and Jlcrve piellimd doorkeepers, Mrs. : Fopte and Mr. F. W. Kimliu in charge of games. Mrs. Walker's band will supply music for dancing and commun ity singing. Tluee of our members are in hospital. They are Mr. C. Coutts, one of our vice-presidents, Mr. Juck Bemi and Mrs.. Oberthur. Our hospital visitors for the month, Mesdiimes Ward and Foote, paid visits to them and reported on their progress. | I regret to advise the death of. a member, the late Norman MoS. At ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

INSIDE NEWS INDEX i . S. 2; Southern racing acceptances. £. 3: Swimming results, wool re .. . Port . . J?. 4: PoUce-Aiitbnlance Ball, Wo men's .Feature. ^ P. 6; Oricket &, ftA-T.B. report, p. $: BecorA . Halloween concert. jDapbprta.BM^O;una.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

HIGH PRICED SALE M»-shi>. "M . R. & O. "R. Guv:il.t;, of lili'n Otivi', Giiiiiinwin, lliin wi-i'k colli .1 ln?n ni l full v (implied line of 100 fat Jiliiik T'fiU Rlocrs :iiiil Bullocks to \\':ill:inu:irr;i Mi-iilwiirks :it Hie rxcol lonl Iirico df i: IP/JO/ :i liend. 'l'lic Au8ti'Hlinii Eslulea Co. ljtd. wcro the • selling agenti.

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