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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Mrs. David Ferrier, of "Borah,":is at present the guest of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Poole, Miscamble Street. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Carruthera, of Oirranbandi, passed through Boms on Monday tin their way to Brisbane. I ALLAN B. WEIR J EOZFT SALON, PHOTOGHtAPHIO SUPPLIES, mmb DAY DEVELOPING &§> S PRINTING SERVICE. 1 E Films left by 9.SO &m. Beady at 4.30p.m. Same Day. 5_ SSTATIONEEY:—-Boxed Stationery, with Envelopes, Priced from 6/9 Box. 3 sTBAVEL GOODS: Shoppers, Overnight or Week-end Bags, Priced from 88/65 E eaoh. £= sGLOVES:—Murany Gloves, in Oalf or Suede. Colours Navy, Brown, Grey,3 3 Black, Tellovr and Olive. -Priced from 28/6 to 88/6. 3 ALLAN B. WEIR, J POB PRT1BF.NTB THAT PJ.EASE. E S Phone 884. 76 McDOWALL STBEET, SOMA. P.O. Box 68 3 Opposite Town Hall. j§ SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllM McDOWAUi BTBEET PHONE 9, SOMA R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS D...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAIN WASHED OUT BIG RIFLE SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

RAIN WASHED OUT BIG RIFLE SHOOT Eleven members ol the Roma Bifle Club last Sunday shot in a triangular match with the Mungindi and St. George Clubs on the St. Oeorge range. Two teams represented cuch club, an A Grade team of Six men, and a B Grade team of five men. Conditions were l'ar from ideal, how ever, and the match liad to be aban doned after the second stage, because of a very heavy storm. Scores for the first two ranges were: MUNGINDI A—S. Bowlaud 32 (300) 31 (500), 00 (O.E.); L. Bingham 32, 32 —64; T. liuujjerford 30, 33—Oij A. Flynn 31, 31—02; J. l'icton 32, 20—01; N. Lewis 20, 30—59. Total 373. ST. GEORGE A—K. Richardson 30, 34—04; 1). Moore 32, 32—04; A. Men* gol 20, 33—02; J. Moore 30, 31—61; 11. Dalheimer 31, 27—58; K. Arundel 28, 29—57. Total 366. SOMA A—A. Koy 31, 31—65; T. Mcrcer 32, 31—03; C. Townsley 30, 30 —60; D. Dore 30, 30—00; A. Dore 28, 31—59; A. Malone 26, 29—55. Total 362. MUNGINDI B—T. Carmody 32, 34— 06; W. McCarthy 33, 32—65; L. Lewis 32, 32—64; N. Pict...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISS ROMA WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

MISS ROMA WANTED Inspector A,. Neil, of the _ Britbatie I Ambulance Brigade, will arr*vrj in. Roma witli a former local superintendent Powell) to-morrow (Saturday), to see if the Soma Ambulance Centre *wili nominate a Miss 'Roma candidate in the 1948 Hiss Australia Quest, being spou . sored by the Q.A*T3., Brisbane. Mr. Powell, who was stationed In . Poina for years, was presented with u wallet containing £500 when he retired because of ill health.

Publication Title: Western Star
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206 MILE TRIP FOR INJURED MECHANIC [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

206 MILE TRIP FOR INJURED MECHANIC A Boma Ambulance car under the charge of Superintendent T. Teale made a 206 mile sound trip to Meri vale' Station, outside Injone,1 on Monday to bring. a 62-year-old mechanic back to hospital after be bad seriously Injured bis right leg and ankle. The injured man is Arthur Hughes, who was admitted to the Boma General Hospital suffering from a compound dislocation of the right ankle, and a fractured right leg. Hughes received the injuries while helping to load a pumping engine on to a truck. The engine slipped and crush ed his leg. The uccident took place at 8 a.m., and the Roma Atnliuluace <ar *v;is on its way within half an hour. Despite bad roads, including miles of thick sand, it completed the retnrn trip in a little over 11 hours.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORIAL CLUB APPEAL GETS GOOD START [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

MEMORIAL CLUB APPEAL i Gfl'S GOOD START ! More than £7U) v/as i-;i:.eil ■within a lew hours 011 Wednesday night when the' Boma Sub-branch I cf tile Beturnfcd Serviceine:i'3 | league launched, a radio concert | appeal to rai-.e lands for the erec lien of a Roma and District Ex Servicemen and Women's Club. Li'uguo <n'£;i nisoi-a, wliu hope to i':iis - the money within 4.18 months, were amazed ill the rate at which donations, many of which were phoned iu l'roui the country, came to" hand . Donations so faijr.are: llr. ]{. J. Kennedy £50; W^ieu's Auxiliary <n Beturned Soldiers,iJ^jeagut! £100; 1' Dixon £2; Mrs. fu- Edgar £2/4/; B. \V. Dean 10/; W./-Akenson £1; il. Perrctt 10/; E. Anderson, L. Timins. each £1; T. Smitli 10/; Tony O'Keofo, Doug Miscauible, 'ftach £1; Frank Clarke 10/tij Guy Thl'Upp £5/5/; King Cole £1; Pennya fytd. £5/5/; D. !Vem\v 10/6; Younger Se^'jof Women's Auxil iary £50; Mr. Tfyi.rCoomber, Maranoa Trading Co., Hacker, each £5/5/; Mr. Boy fl&...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNCIL TO BY-PASS POLICE ON MOVE FOR NEW PARKING SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

COUNCIL TO BY-PASS POLICE ON MOVE FOR NEW PARKING SYSTEM The Roma Town Council probably will make a direct ap proach to the Local Authorities Minister (Mr. Power) to obtain a decision on a 22-months-old request for parallel parking in the township, instead of "rear-in" angle parking a; at present. The Mayor (Aid. Koy) said last night that three letters to police traffic authorities and one to the Police Cqpimissiojier (Mr. Carroll) over this period had not been answered. "At its best tliis is gross dis courtesy—at its worst grosB ineffi ciency,'' lie said. "I intend to ask tlio Council to ap proach Mr. Power direct, to see if lie can get something done." Dangerous System ■ Mr. Koy said that the objection to the "rear-in" angle parking system in Boma was in the fact that the camber of the roads made it dangerous. The slope, particularly in McDowail Street, did not enable vehicles to take oif steadily, and gave a tendency to roll' backwards . Considerable amount of damage had been don...

Publication Title: Western Star
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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

EDITORIAL (Ibis week's Quest Editorial, the first oi a series, liaa been written by the Mayor of Eoma (Mr.A.Koy). Next week's will present the women's viewpoii>.tl written by the recently re-elected president of the Western Division of the Queensland Country Women's Association, lira. E. Ct. Maiden.—Eds.) Irrespective of any contrary comments, Roma is a town which has made favourable progress over the last two decades. Despite unfulfilled political promises, and the gradual, insidious seizure of power from local authorities by a Queen Street Government, the permanent residents of the town and district have done much to make and keep themselves contented with their lot Unlike tiie casual, passing resid ent, or seasonal employee, these "pennajients" ace the people who take, of necessity, a real and active interest in local affairs, and help tu bold a town and district together, To thein I Buy: "Keep on with your work ol' pushing your home town and district. Make demands on your rep...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

For Shifting the EARTH BRITSTAND ROTO-SCRAPERS —lightweight, atnrdy. Operate be hind wheel tractors of any ala*. Bailable (or re-soUlng orchard!, making dams, small tanks, alio pita and all general aeoopinf and level ling. Completely oontrollad from tractor. BRITSTAND 8ET SCOOPS —because of sthe patent hinged de* elm. brine the FULL load over the • top every time without damafe to the batter. These scoops cannot drac back silt Into your tank*. They leave the water clean and work smoothly and efficiently all the time. BRITSTAND PLOUGHS ^or oats landing strength In tank work, flre-breaka, ploughing est rabbits or road work. All alisa. Oar stocks inelode everything (or earth moving and, together with the equipment featured above* we ean five Immediate delivery of ^ Grader Ditch era, Brag Scoops, Bnek Scrapera, Freanos, Automatic, Hy dranlle and Cable Scoops, Uppers, Power Control pnlts, etc. Sole Dlatrlbntora for Queensland: U.K. AND DOMINION MOTORS ' 111 CAMPBELL ST.. BOWEN HILLS BRIS...

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N.S.W. COAL STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

N.S.W. COAL STRIKE i I (J-»y :i i;i l'ulit ic;il hkK-ii 1.\ News of the general strike en the New South Wales coalfields, witli its far-reaching effects or. the nation's industry nnd economy, came as a slrock to those in C n berra who had hoped that olev.;nJ.h hour mediation efforts would suc ceed. It) lh e Labour Inlihit's al 1'nlTr:i mi; lit ]I'>usc, tin* M'l'ioiisne^ of 1ln' ]to)i 1 it-:sJ relictions was the doniiuat in;; thought. Tin- strike verdict, as one oliMirver re marked, sent Mr. CliifJey ''into his shell.'' The iieus came a{ a time wln;n a concerted effort l»y every employer .'ifd employee in Australia was wanted t') raise the production level of industry 11;11, commerce . The -JO-liour week has been in oper ation alniiit nine months, and reports are becoming more frequent of its effects. In many industries it is re. vealed that the decline in output h;n suffered l»y more than 10 per cent. In other instances, it is considerably more. Despite the call for increased pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

This 5-valve, dual-wave Philips Radioplayer in an attractive moulded plastic cabinet operates with the same high efficiency from either alternating or direct current power supplies. Wherever there is a power point — provided the voltugc is between 200 and 260 — you simply plug in and this radio plays* AVAILABLE AT DEV1E FEENEY'S RADIO HOUSE EEPAIES A SPECIALTY. PUBLIC ADDRESS SPECIALISTS. McDowali Street, ROMA — Phone 392. The Roll Call With The Clip And "Yes" is the answer by growers (n districts throughout the length and breadth of pastoral Queensland. Actions speak louder than words. Winchcombe, Carson realise that fact and give growers consistently efficient service. That is why they are so popular as selling brokers. Their capable, attentive work assures satisfaction for clients. Writ*— Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. (Incorporated in New South Wales) 99/101 Eag treet, Brisbane. Bnackwt LcBjrtich, Em«r«)d> . den, RoddwiiptBa* CIitUfCb, Mfles, Tare, Itorgs, Cwidlirluitl. BAKING POWDE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Warmer weatlier brings with it special problems and dangers in infant feeding. That's when Vi-Lactogcn or Lactogen is especially helpful. If baby cannot be fed naturally, these famous infants' foods supply the nutritional elcinents he needs in a form that is completely safe from dust or germ contamination. Vi-Lactogen and Lactogen also contain added vitamins "A" and "D" as -a safeguard against infection and to promote sound growth and organic iron in the correct proportion to protect against anaemia. VI-LACTOGEN for the younger baby LACTOGEN as baby grows older NESTLES PRODUCTS FREE MOTHER BOOK: Please send me (post free) a copy of the new Vi-Lactogen and Lactogen Mother Book. NesWFs, 188 Barry Parade, BRISBANE. NAME ADDRESS TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your MOTOR REPAIRS, OXY and ELECTRIC WELDING, PANEL BEATING Done By THE CASH SERVICE STATION Opposite the Commonwealth Hotel, in Wyndham Street, Roma. We have experienced men to do the work. Ail work guaranteed and a full range ...

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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION The social committee of the Boma-Brisbane Association if! ar ranging a musical afternoon in the Brunswick Street Methodist Church Hall for Thursday, November 18, from 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. Any Bonia residents. who will be in Brisbane then are invited to attend. Last week's social held on Thursday night was a very successful affair, with Raines and dancing a highlight of [the evening's entertainment. I Social news of association members includes llie following pars:— Mrs. H. A. Harley, Scnr., is spending u fortnight's holiday in Tuowoomtiu ... Mr. and Mrs. A. Muir^ accoinpani |ed by Miss Aileen Muir, luvc relumed home after spending three weeks with Mrs. J. D. Miles, nf filaclstone ... Mr. and Mr.-. Tim Dwyor liave spent tliree weeks in Sydney :iml Melbourne. . . . Mrs. W. Sparks anil Mrs. T. Jowett are holidaying in Grafton to attend tlie Jiirarnnda carnival. Mr. and Mrs. J. V, Row, Ipswich, have returned linine after spending three weeks in Melbourne and Sydne...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

For Women Only This week'* Womeus' Corner, de signed Vo make life fMsiv: foi tiiQ housewife, gives all you, want to knew abGut hcunging clothes. You «•«» rc:iUy save youi-sel! work if you remember the.^e pointers? Wipe lines with .1 damp flotli before hanging clothes. After washing, hung clotlx's to drv1 as soon as possible, ami let the great est strata be 011 the strongest part of the article. Remember, that wet clothes are heavy. Han# SHIRTS, PIXLOW-SLIPS, etc. rd that the opening is towards the bree7A». To favilitnte ironing, dry as many clothes ns possible so that their .shape iB retained. For instance, ' FROCKS AND BLOUSES can be dried on unpadded wooden coat-hangers, tied to the line to prevent them blowing off. Fasten buttons, clips, etc., to retain shape of outer garments while drying. j . Small nrtices, such ns HAKDKER CHXEFS, DOYXiEYS or dusters, con be hung in groups of three or four and pegged by corners. MEN'S COLLARS may be threaded through studlioles On to n large saf...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LAND COURT ON PASTORAL LEASES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

LAND COURT ON PASTORAL LEASES Bents on the following pastoml leases were determined by the Land Court sitting at Mitcliclt and Boma recently as follows:— ■Nim.'iii i'Queensland Trustees Ltd. as Executors), 2~>/ ]H'| square milo; Arabv (G. it. Jiouslon as adminis.), «<:/; I>i]r<(E. JS. Hinlinm-Peren), 4(1/1; Jh'rcunili (8. M. 4b F. S. Camp bell), 411/; Mt . Horn? (G. Hamilton), 35/; Redford North (E. D. Statham), 20/; Sunrise (A. Banks), 30/; War ronj; (W. J. Smith), 12/; Durham Downs (K. J. & R. M. Browne, as Executnrs), 55/; filntcliill Creek (K. J. & E. M. Browne, as Executors), 55/; TJio Lighthouse (K. .T. & E. M. Browne, as Executors), 55/.

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GOOD CATTLE SALE AT CHARLEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

MIOD CATILC SALE AT CHAKLEVILLE Dalgety and Company Ltd. re port a most successful sale at their CJhaileville saleyardBon Oc tober 80, although valuoB were slightly easier in comparison to the last sale held there in July. However, considering the seasonal conditions at present existing through out Queensland, prices realised would be considerably higher than sales con ducted ut other country centres during recent months. Competition was keen for all classes with the exception of tumules for which only uvcrage demand was forth coming. A total of ljSl cuttle were yarded, averaging £10/4/, prime wciglitv bul locks realising £25/17/6. A good attendance of buyers was present. Brisbane operators being well represented, with strong competition from local buyers.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VALUES UP IN EARLY WOOL SALE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

VALUES UP IN EARLY WOOL SALE A WJnQicombe Carson report says that their wool sale in Bris bane on Monday was a good to average selection, including sev eral attractive New England clips. The market generally was ' from par to 5 per cent, higher than their catalogue last Monday. Com petition was principally from the Continent and Great Britain, with j some support from Italy. The following was sold on account 6. J. Leo (Kurrumbul) 90d.; S. I. MacCarthy (Tontcrficld) 89 Jd.; G. Pfingst (Talwood) 89Jd.; S. M. Wal ker (Stanthorpe) 85Jd; A. Pfingst (Toobeah) 85Jd.; G. -A. Henry (Bon sliaw) 83d.; L. N. Penhallurick (Tara) 83d.; ]i. A. Caithness (Bilverspur) 82Jd.; Joliuson Bros. (Hodgson) 82d.; J. T. McMauus (Texas) 81}d.; Caldi cott and Sons (Yandilla) 80}d.; 6. Hannaford (Stonthorpe) 80d.; B. A. Batterham (Dalveen) 70}d.; E. £. Gray (Texas) 79jdi; E. S. Johnstone (Ingle wood) 78d.; B. C. Donovan (Ingle wood) 78d.; K. MeDonaid (Tara) 78d.; J. \V. Lambert (Tara) 77}d.; F. L. & A. ...

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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

Fifty years ago today Every week The Westorn Star will feature a summary of the news 50 years ago to-day, as reported in The Western Star. Here is the flash back from the issue of November 12, 1898:— In Boma. the Mayor (Aid. Earight) had just led a deputation to the Bail ways Minister (Mr. John Murray), pressing the case for the establishment of a rail link between Boma and St. George. - Attendance at the State School had been cut in half by a measles epidemic, although there was jubilation at word from the District .Schools Inspector that the sixth class had obtained a re cord average of 81.9 per cent. 1 Hugs were selling retail sit Sd. si dozen, bacou at 9d. a lb., honey tit 4d., and cheese at "d. j Summer dresses were being "sacrificed" in a "sweeping clear ance" at McNaughton and Oo's store, with linen table damasks priced from 7}d. a yard, and print ed art muslins from 2id. a yard, The School of Arts Hotel, run then Ii.v Iho executors nf (lie hite Mrs. U. llugan. ivas up fur sa...

Publication Title: Western Star
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BRANCHES TAKING PRACTICAL INTEREST, PRESIDENT REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

BRANCHES TAKING PRACTICAL INTEREST, PRESIDENT REPORTS A review of reports and attendances at meetings revealed that all branches were taking a real and practical interest in their dis trict and Association activities, the president of the Western Division of the Queensland Country Women's Association (Mrs. R. G. Ma'den) told delegates who attended the annual meeting in Roma last week. In the fourth annual report, Mrs. Maiden revealed that during the year the Division acquired another branch and a third younger set. She called for intensification of efforts for the provision of more Jiustel accommodation for school children Honia. * Turrcutiul rain duriug the afternoon i milted in the ;il)andoiiment of a plan iii (1 public meeting at night, many dele gates having to leave for their homes to avoid living stranded in Bouia be cause of bad roads. Handicraft Display Feature of tlic conference, which was hel«l ill the Soldiers' llull, was a dis play of handicraft from various Vouches in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

• WOOL • SHEEP • CATTLE • LAMBS « PIGS • CALVES • TALLOW wi. combined resources provide unlimited selling experience for the disposal of all your products—each consignment is under the supervision of experts from the time it arrives until it becomes the property of the buyer . . . so— CONSIGN EVERYTHING TO US. GOLDSBROUGH MOOT & Co. Ltd. (Incorporated in Victoria) THE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENWICK & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE fiOTBNOUGH TO GO AitOUNDlJS^.k^ W" Yea, then wffl be aon new mow Ah year. We don't know jmt how muaty, hat wan an Aw won't be enough for eretylwdf. Hurt why we're eoggning that yea gfwt m a of lfa( parti you Med for yonr old tractor, jot is cat* you're oat able m bay a mew ana. Yaw cart leee, yea know .. . any money yea apend lor pacta «dl boot ymm Uriah Tabu HI McCORMICK-DEEMNS MACHINES, PARTS AND SIIVICE DISTRICT AGENT— W. P. scon- H'DOWALL STREET ROMA MARSUPMl Shooters; For highest prices and prompt returns ^ consign yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 12 November 1948

lu ,HCK,0W/ ^UrT^ JV^TOM l&S«ST5»|l^ fcP' -SENSATIONAL CUTLERY REDUCTION FOR ONE UONTU ONLY DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY Wosterholms Xylonite Handle, with St ainless fieimitar Blade—Dinner SiM, t!>£ par dM.j Dessert Siae, 86/ per dg§. Taylor's "Eye Witness" Xylonite Handle, Stainless Steel Slipper Blade— Dinner Size, 85/ per doz.; Dessert Hizo, 80/ per doz. Geo. Ibberson's Xylonite Handle, Stainless Steel Slipper Blade—Dinner Size 70/ per doz.£ Dessert Size, 65/ per doz. Humphrey's Xylonite Handle, with Stainless Steel Blade, Slipper Shape—Din ner Size, 64/ per doc.; Dessert Size, 60/ per doz. tf.ngij-ii Carving Seui—Knilo, i'ork and Steel, per set 40/, 50/ and 60/. * English Household Steels, Xylonite Handle, each 7/6. English Shullield Butchers' Steels—llin., each 11/0i 12iii., each 12/6. Taylor's Ayluuilo iiuudie, with plain, uleel blade—Diiwer Size, 47/6 per doz,} Dessert Size, 45/ per doz. Humphrey's Xylonite Handle, with plain Steel Blade—Dinner Size, 42/6 per doz; D...

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