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WALLABIES NOW IN FULL SWING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

WALLABIES NOW IN FULL SWING (By J. Moynihan) The newly-formed Wallabies are going ahead very well, with a good committee, which includes two or three ladies. This is, to me, a new idea, but I am sure it is a good one. I do not think that there arc ludiet* on any other football club committee in Queens land. Tiie Wallabies had another good meeting last Tuesday night, witn 30 odd people present. The selection committee was formed which will include Messrs. G. Hender son, W. Caffcry, H. Maloney, and the captain, who is yet to be selected.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY MR. A. A. OHRESBY well-known Interstate lecturer will 6peak at a meeting of (ENJUNE BRANCH at tsie . MEMORIAL HAUj, injxjnb SATURDAY, 1MA1RCH 19, at 4 p.m. J. MoCORMACK, Chairman, Maranoa Electorate (Council. COUNTRY SUPPLIERS! Special purchase American Corset Gir-. dies, pink rayon and elastic, side fast ening, four suspenders, sizes 24, 26, 28, 30, 32. Post Free • 8/11. Men's Drill Trousers, brand new, sues 34, 36, 38 waist. Only 18/6 Post Free. E.G. Dress Binge, large or small col oured stoneB, suitable ladies or gents. Speoial - 10/6. POSTAL NOTES TO— 102 Oxlade Drive, BRISBANE. BENDEMERE SHIRE COUNCIL DIPHTHERIA IMMUNISATION TT is the intention of the above Council to conduct a diphtheria Immunisation campaign In the near future. Will parents wishing to have their children Immunised please con tact the undersigned. Dates and other Information will be supplied later. R. S. GRIMTiKY, Shire Clerk. TENDERS ~ RENDERS are invited for the erec tion and complet...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BIG TENNIS YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

BIG TENNIS YEAR (By Half Volley) With the three tennis olubs well on their feet, Roma tennia fans are looking forward to a flood season's play. (Fixtures are almost certain to taho Place, as moBt players seem keen on the Idea. The Oxford Tennis Club are well under way in readiness for play, and will be putting1 out some strong teams. ■C.T.'e held a successful annual meeting' the other week, and expect to have a very strong first four men, with two ladles. Arcadians, whose club membership is now creeping slowly towards the 44 mark, are also in a good position, and by all accounts will be very strong in the senior position this year. The association meeting is being held this week, a cover of which will be given in next week's issue.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

CANTERBURY TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, OP I (12.45).—Dowager 8.6, Lord Jtox borough 8.2, Beau Sandy 8.0, ltoyali Fox 7.11, Mountain Lady 7.11, Jovial Lobs 7.11, Ilowanna 7.10, Bifold 7.9, Trieetina 7.8, Ferocious Lass 7.7, Din valia 7.7, Dark Sovereign 7.3, Luxur ious 7.3, Miss Moya 7.0. FIRST A8HBURY Mtvrti STAKES OF. (1.15).—DarcUe 8.7, Warrali Gift 8.0, Nessus 8.0, Magoo 8.0, Lord Dhoti 8.0, Holland 8.0, Darling 8.0, Lc Petit Due 8.0, Miss Rimvcil 8.0, Drastic 8.0, Master Glenrock 7.7, Babs 7.7, Erpingliam 7.7, Prince Nuf field 7.7. Forstcr 7.7, Rodigal 7.7, follies 7.7, Sky 7.7, Sir Falcon 7.7, Lady Coronation 7.7. BZ7EWOOD MIXED STAKES, 9F (1.50).—Fethealite 8.7, Foxaroi 8.7, Royal Fashion 8.7, Conviviality 8.7, Duke Havilah 8.0, Cracklc 8.0] Grand Romance 8.0, Deep Line 8.0, Joan Dale 8.0, Wiranya 7.7, Juno 7.7, Cour age 7.7, Woodcut 7.7, High Spirits 7.7 Regard 7.7, Meadow Farm 7.7, Coun ter Play 7.7, True Gain 7.7, Prohibi tion 7.7, Veiled Art 7,7. NOVICE CLAIMING RACE, 7}F. ! (2...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

? 1 NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. / Local Agent :— SPORTS & RADIO « ASHBY" BICYCLES SERVICE m mmF mm imt mm \ I D. GRANT McDQWAU. |TR£IT( ROMA Maranoa Friendly Societies '- ligpensary HcD0WALL STREET' ROMA Plume 58. P.O. Box 55. (W. J. Sabine, Ph.c., M.P.S., Manager) SKIN CARE AND COMPLEXION ARTISTRY BY CYCLAX f W 6/1, 11/7 Cyclax Sandalwood Cologne Hobson's Garage ROMA iV/MJ0 THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT CAR EVER BUILT I THE AMAZING NEW nunuitf J ^Vwwmim It's here—now i Not just a new model. An entirely new production. You'll be aitomnhcd at the valut Vanguard brings to the popular-price field, Vanguard is styled to make you the envy of your neighbours, Scats si* with room to spate. Has mom power, gracc and liveliness Uun you'll ever need* Features ? All-stccl body. Sealed 'Vet-sleeve" engine developing 68 h.p. Synchromesh on all forward gears, including HRST1 Lockhced hydraulic brakes. Jnde dependent front wheel coil suBpenaloa. Bin eectloa fame. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

ALLAN B. WEIR SIFT 8A10N, PHOTOOBAPHIO SUTMUCBB, B/fMB'tkAT SKBVEUSFBIQ * psnrrnro skkviIw mm left by 8.80 wn. Beadjrot 4.Mp4n. Sua*.~|^ya 6TATIONEBY:—Boxed Stationery, with Bnvelopfi,;®rtSjNI Jfclto •/* Box. TRAVEL GOOD8: Shopper*, Overnight or Jllii M/6 Onf, ^•»V, Yellow and Oh ALLAN IL WHR, FOE PKEBBNT0 THAT PtEAflB. P.O. Box 69. 76 HCDOWAUi STREET, SOMA. Opposite Town Ball. Phone- *84. McDOWALL 8TBEET PHONE 3, BOMA R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER Breakdown Service — Phoney Day 3, Night 249 Australia's Own Car This first public display of HoMta b «W climax of nearly four yean of Intense tod concentrated effort involving an expenditure of several millions of pounds. We at General Motors are proud of Holdfcn; we believe it Is a really good car and we hope that you, the people of Australia, will agree with our opinion. Wc think chat if you list all you want in a new car (<> <Jav» you'll find Holdcn has most of the answer*. You'll find...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

SENIOR AND JUNIOR SHORTHAND TCPISTES REQUIRED Good conditions and variety of work* Junior Pass not essential, Permanent positions. NO SATURDAY WOKK. Apply R. H. DY6ALL & PACK Solicitors, ROMA. SENDEMERE SHIRE COUNCIL REGISTRATION OF STOCK H<1< persons grazing stock on roads In town* areas of Jack son, Wailuinbilla and iuleba please note, that as from 14th March next, all such stock must be registered. The Council will allow four adult head of stock to be registered per household and persons wishing tu register slock must make applica tion to the Shire Clerk before the above date. The registration fee will be 2/6 per ihead up to 2 head. For 3 or 4 bead 10/ per head per year. Horses 6/ per 1 horse per year, for more than 1 horse 6d. per week per head. As from 14th March all un registered stock grazing- on town roads will be impounded. No stock will be allowed to graze on stock routes excepting under necessitous circumstances. R. 43. GllIMLEY, Shire Clerk....

Publication Title: Western Star
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Race Acceptances 2 States CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

Race Acceptances 2 States CAULF1EL1) I TRENTON uret Jji\ isii.n, iil'\ (l.ly).—(jilt Arciicr y.u, i>ugnu.s< H.12, iNupief a.l-, i'l'iucc An/wii 6.o, A.ecoiueuii ' ■ i-, iron uukc '/.i-, locc mite 7.12, Cragniil 7.10, Leoniuus 7.1U Not Proven 7.J.U, ijimnel /.lu, jumcli ■avy (.(, iaios i.n, byruin CSuii 7 o. TEPPO STAKES, uF. (1.50).—Adelu S.xii, llax'W Medium 8.12, liover'a Mark 8.9, Sun (Jluck 8.3, Vols B.a, Valsari 7.10, Dalray 7.8, Aietu i aui 7.6 Wooloowin 7.8, Currency 7.0, Judith iiileu 7.0, Bun Friar '/.o, ItusKy itusc /.i, Winters Aloou 7.4, Auuuru i .u., ■Jewitcliod 7,2. TRENTON STAKES, Second Divis ion, 51'. C-.-5;.—Patron 8.13, Alac uliaw 8.12, Tartan Crest 8.9, El Latada B.O, Finn MeCool 7.12, Hcbound 7.12 Canute 7.10, Finstei- S.lli, .Long islanu 7.10, Searliy 7.10, Fur Felt V.7, Vic tory Law 7.7, Kuciiat 7.5, First Glance BOND HANDICAP, 121-'. (3.0).— Kimiire 8.11, Royal Pageant 8.7, Ban uerette 8.3, Duelling Beau 8.5, Promise i'ou 8.5, Golden Gem 8.3, Bu...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LINSEED OIL IMPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

UNSEED OIL IMPORTS Tlie Minister for Trade and Cus toms (Senator Court Ice) announced this week the future Import licensing policy for linseed and Unseed oil froy India. iDurlng tUe last year importations of linseed and linseed oil from In$ia have'Jl>en made on a Government-to Oovernment purchase basis. It Is proposed now to revert to merchant-to-merchant trading, but import licences will for the present be Issued only to the Australian lin seed crushers. Senator Courtice said that India has, released for immediate export to any destination 2000 tons of linseed oil and "6000 tons of linseed. Merchants receiving offers oi sup plies &>r which Indian export licences have been granted should submit their quotations to the crushers who have ■been advised ot the import licensing procedure to bo followed.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

Myfamtlyk standby in case of - stomach trouble Her faappr family eat what they Hke, when they like, withontany few* of after-meals misery. Theres a tin, of DeWltft Antacid FtowderJn the boasel Any signs of indigestion. heartburn, flatnlfflce or stomacn troabfo are quickly relieved by this famous family standby. The reason why De Witt'* Antacid Powder brings speedy relief if because it haa a three-fold action. Firstly, excess add is immediately neutralised. Secondly, a soothing and protecting coat is spread oyer the inflamed stomach Kiwng. TlunUV|jp6diI ingredients eo ante rtBef o»er a protracted period. Get a canister «f •De VWfs Antacid Powder in your boom tight away and tut all future meats wmrelisa and confidence. Par economy, ask tor the giant 4/6 siae which contains two and a naif times the quantity of tho$Sate ANTACID POWDER Nautntttas AM Soother Stomach - Relhvat Paln OALBY For All Your Engineering Riqibmnti. STEEL WORK TO YOUB OBOSB. (Write Us For Quotations) STEEL WATEB TAN...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Child Welfare BABIES NEED HEP TO START TALKING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

Child Welfare BABIES NEED HEP TO START TALKING Young mothers who have had little or no experience of children before their own babies arrive, find themselves confronted with many problems. Feeding troubles are the most obvi ous ones, while others centre round the ageB at which baby should sit up, talk, walk and develop various other skills. Speech is a mode of expression uni versal in man and by it the develop ment of his intelligence is often judged and so parents after carefully reading up the average age at which baby should commence to say words, are wor ried because their baby is not doing so while perhaps the infant next door has been talking for some time. The important,thing which moth ers and lathers must realise Is that baby nnderstands words long be fore he forms/and uses them. He may show he doeB so by kicking and cooing when his feeding time is mentioned or pointing when asked where is liis little brother or the puppy. Learning to associate words with things end situati...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEN'S SHELSWELL AND PETTIFORD IN CRICKET UPSET SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

MEN'S SPORTS SHELSWELL AND < PETTIFORD IN CRICKET UPSET (By "LEG BREAK") In a shock upset, Mac's Gully narrowly defeated Colts, leaders of the fixtures by 27 runs on the first innings last Sunday. Tho upset was causcd largely by tho fine bowling of veteran Tommy Slicllsudi who took seven for 2U. off 10 ovc^s, which, included six maidens. For Colts, Les Pettiford turned on another fine bowling: performance, which could have pulled the game from the Are. He took eight for 48, but did not receive enough assist ance to stop the Mac's Gully men. Colts final tally was 98, a very poor score indeed for the leaders, wiokets falling at <2-5, 31, 61, 57, 07, 68, 75, 79 and 89. Ainsworth 'batted really well for his HI, as did Watkins for his 12. Glover made 13 (9 singles), while Les Soren son played a "solid cross bat" to all balls and collected 1?. Mick Ujangton was the otjier top scorer, also with 17. ■In reply Mac's Gully were soon in trouble when after putting six on t...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

Protect Your Childrens Feet WITH THESE JACENS made specially for utile feei. JACENS Obtainable in Ooloura of White or Black at the SUIT-u SHOE STORE. 75 imowau. street, roma. HOW ANIMALS DEVELOPED LIMBS.. The nearest approach to anything like limbs in fishes is their fins. It Is believed that certain fishes which had a long fin stretched right along each side of the body, from head to tail, played a great part in die making of the bodies of die higher and later animals, for, from their long side fins, there were gradually formed, as the ages went on, two pairs of limbs, one pair in front and one pair behind, which are found in nearly all backboned animals. Now, we remember die great step taken by life when first it warn ashore. Wie know that even now certain fishes, can get *M<Wg for some time in the air, and they give us a little hint of what happened, especially as some of these fishes are very clever at hopping along in die mud. If now we turn to die next class of back...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

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Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHAT'S THE ADJECTIVE? [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

WHAT'S THE ADJECTIVE? J)ID you ever notice that you can supply the same adjective to different nouns and come up with some of the best-known phrases in our language? "Cold/* for instance, will give you cold cream, cold cash, cold shoulder—and then there are hot dog hot plate, and hot mamma* Let's sec whether you are on speaking terms with this class of hard* working adjectives. Can you pick one of them to go with each of the pairs of words listed below? These pairs could be expanded into triplets •—some of them beyond that—but the easier words have been left eut, for we are dead set against giving you any dead giveaways. Answers on Etack Page 1. J1or.sc Continent 2. Jig SUnv 3. Warrior, Hooligan 4. tfimi/ner, Coin 6. Cily. SpiNikLT 6. Iv.ttccni, Pressure ?. Oven, Courn-ge 12. .Doors, Horn 13. Nose, Numeral 14. Law, Multiple 8. Gone, Quilt ] y. Wonders, fc'agea 1 10. Study, Betty 11. Checkers, Wall 3: 17. End, Weight 3«S. Lamb, Cat 19. Walnut, JPlan 20. IBvory, Comfort ]<*...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPRICE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

CAPRICE Mary Elizabeth Counselman Sloop is a sniiill p<\v kitten Ourlod up in the lap of night It spfinks lo t a:-uddon To pounco on a noise, a light. And lon^ though the niu'ht may coax dt, And soft tln.»"?;'h tho niehl may call, Hit prowls on the edge of dreaming And ■will not com© back at all. And then, when the night's grown weary Of calling it from its play, Sleep curls on a rumpled pillow And yawns in the face of day.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

PHONE ROMA 303 COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN FOB YOUR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, REPAIRS, COUNTRY LIGHTING PLANTS. REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Agsst: 1 'K«l visitor "—KUetrfa. DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS THE BEST BY TEST White Leghorns, 14/ doz., £2/5/ for SO, £1 per 100; Australorps, 15/ doz., £2/10/ for 50, £4/10/ per 100; Rhode Island Beds, 18/ doz., £2/15/ for 50 £5 per 100. Freight Paid. Day-Old Pullets double above Prices. ' DELIVERY MARCH TO OOTOBEB DOWNS HATCHERY. 108 &nsBeII Street, Toowoomba. It'a easy to Ix tba mean* boiMia once thow KttdMhu and dlmy turn* are stopped'by ,Hu natural action .of SOAK'S Backache Sidney PHI*. Poor kidney action often, euiu •headaches, dlicy tnrni, Ion at energy, backache, rhewnaUra,' pnfflnen under the eyes. If 70s suffer from any of th«M symptoms, don't delay; get SOAN'B today. At Ohemliti and Stores >11 orer the World. DOANS lAonom KIDXEV PILLS Got* Proprietor*; Fotter'UeCleUm Vt. ^ IVPi/D/Bl DRESSING for preventing and treating BLOWFLY...

Publication Title: Western Star
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ANTI-COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA MOSTLY "STUPID SENSATIONALISM" MISSING REAL RED MENACE, LECTURER CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

ANTKOMMUNIST PROPAGANDA MOSTLY "STUPID SENSATIONALISM" MISSING REAL RED MENACE, LECTURER CLAIMS [The following article on Communist history, Ideology and practice is! taken from the script used by Mr. A. Chresby, interstate lecturer and investi gator, in a recent radio broadcast over 4ZR.—Ed,] nearly 20 jrears, at an independent and freelance worker, I have made a specialised study of communism, and communists in various parts of Australia. As a result of that concentrated research and investigation 1 have no hesitation in stating that nearly 90 per cent, of anti-com munist propaganda is sheer stupid sensationalism, developed to suit Dartisan interests. I In the main, it Hoes not get down to tbe real, and deadly, dia bolical nature of the menace of communist ideology r.nd activities. Within the limits of a short broadcast it is not possible to give an exhaustive detailed treatment of the subject and tbe following precis is submitted in the hope lliat it will engender a de sire for a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

J TICHBOURNE ■ BORING CONTRACTOR 1C2 LONG STREET — TOOWOOMBA. Is Sole Agent in the Maranoa For Famous METTERS WINDMILLS {Can Supply Immediately 6 to 14 Feet Windmills and all Pumping Requirements. Hero is a recommendation from Mr. L. Thrupp, of "Blythwood":— "The mill sow in use is giving every satisfaction. It is pumping from 238 feet with a BJ-irich pump, with the assistance of an I.B.C. walk ing beam. The mill turns in the slightest breeze and the action is ex tremely smooth at any speed, and the governing good. "I was very doubtful about a 14ft. mill handling this job; it is really an 18ft. job in this locality, but the Matters is handling it with ease. "Thanking you and your man for putting me on to something really good." BE IN IT TOO! GET THE SAME SATISFACTION. Just Contact TICHBOURNE TOOWOOMBA Moreheads Limited _ ... . - (EST. 1873) Wool Broken, Stud Stock, Livestock and Properly Salesmen, Pastoral Finance, Merchants and Insurance Agents. BRISBANE, QLD. Have pleasure in anno...

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UNITED NATIONS ESSAY CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 February 1949

UNITED NATIONS ESSAY CONTEST A trip to the United Nations headquarters at Lafce^Saccess, New York, is the prize to be awarded to the winners of an International Essay Contest which the United Nations Department of Public In formation Is holding in member countries, including Australia and New Zealand. The title of the essay is "Implemen tation of the Universal Declaration of I Human Biglits." T!ic declaration was adopted «t the last session of the Gen eral Assembly. Winning entries from member coun tries are to be submitted to an Inter national Jury in New York by June 6, 1SM9. For particulars write to United Nations Information Centre. Bos 4101, General PoRt Office, Sydney.

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