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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

ANDREW MCGEE 1 Oastlereagh Street and 70 Pitt St., SYDNEY. CIGA.EETTE TOBACCO Ecady llubbcd 24/7 per lb. Eaucli lihodesiuii Pipe .. 31S/10 per lb, Misdorps Windsor Pipe .. 32/6 per lb. Pipe Repairs Beturaed Within 14 Days. AddreaB Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street for speedy despatch. All the above Prices Include Registered Post, ■iia;ui;i|iiad BmtrU af EASY. ST VI* SPENDING V*W SECURITY. I VIA.S.G.I.O Tie Crossroads ofl/fe ,3 . It is when yon are yotmgyou muBt decide the path you take. Unfortunately it is easy just to speqd all your money as yon earn it, but the S.G.1.0. can show you the road to planned saving for fature security with a special Endowment Policy. . NOW is the time to decide — when earn ing capacity Is greater and insurance rates and terms better — when you are young. Later — when yon plan to retire comfort ably in your'own home without fear of want —you will thank that S.&LO. Endowment Policy for pointing the. way to — Security Road. aou IMcDowal Street, Roma {P...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
YULEBA RACE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

YULEBA RACE MEETING The Yuleba Back Bace Club will be conducting a race meeting at Yuleba to-morrow. Refreshments will bo available on the ground and u tote will be operat ing as well as a strong betting ring. Tlie track iB in excellent order. Downs officials will be present and a good day's racing aecniB assured. Here are the weights:— MAIDEN HACK, 4 furs. (1 p.m.).— Tambo Lad 10.4, Mona (Lady Merle) 10.1, New Idea 10.0. FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furs. (1.30 pjn.).—Booreyamma 11.13, Btraffan 11.5, Basil Bo 11.0, Curiality 10.4, Bronze Bay 10.0, Doctor frelt 9.7, May bo B.7, Pal Lewis 0.7, Valetas 9.7, The Noise 9.7. HACK BAOB, 4 furs. (2 p.m.).— Silent Veil ll.o, Wyskee 11.6, Gay licliu 11.4, ISoxer 11.3, Daylight 10.10, Bug Bine 10.7, Jucksuu Lad 10.3, Gar ric Gun 10.2, Little Bcechery 10.0. BACK BACE, 4 furs. (8.30 pJB.)<— Teniwon 11.10, Cusaie 'a Gift 11.2, Lady Constant 10.7, E.ay Ascot 10.6, Bush man 10.6, Mona (Lady Merle) 10.0, New Idea 10.0. Oakstar, Hypark not eligible...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

Listed R.A.C.Q. forage: Towing Truck available Day or Night. Phones: Day 54; Niight 173. I © 1 11 if! '<31 fITIEBLV KfiW FROM BUMPER TO RUMPEL HUM ROOF TO MID Ml* <0 h «i olM)> m> ear—«rill> fffi 'span (or « ptmgen -tufatnir "'Hulyfufl «>l completely tiiUiel'«aiiiA Mew £Mbk»-aeltiiig styling toi new «uUt mi pcrftmuune on the mi. Among Ford for *49's amy newftatarea are <*LDW-SBhsacllcM •.. "tiring Boom on Wlncb" Iattnor ... "MM-SUf" Bile ... "Hytn-Coa" la. difeaSent Front Sufwln nl "Pan-FIezM Bear Sprigging... "Picture-Win do ... 57 fa cent man luggage space ... Box* eeetiai frame.. ■ New engine layout fat maxf> mnaecoriUGtjr. Arrmngr now to inapw* »ni ride io Fori for *49 — the World'* Newest Car* mOH THE HOME OF FORD HANUFACTIItllie M AUSTRALIA Maranoa Trading Co. Ltd. Authorised Ford Dealers !

Publication Title: Western Star
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THEY CATCH SHARKS BAREHANDED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

THEY CATCH SHARKS BAREHANDED By Frank J. Taylor AGlvOUl' ci Sail Diego daredevils in tlieir thirties lirve j ,:st about achieved mans' age old urge to outdo King Neptune, legendary ruler *rf the sea. They are the iiottouiscnitcbei's, who make breathless plunges iuto the | I'uciilc and conic up with liuge lob-; stcra, abaloiics, jewflsh, eels, sea liuss, octopuses aud sharks, whicli they | handle bnrc-iiaiided, often without even the use of spears. Iu 1932, Ulenu Orr, a crane opera tor and professional diver, tried uugu uientiug his depression years' liveli hood by diving for abitlonca in waters fifty feet deep off La JoIIa. Auionjf the skills lie had to develop was hold ing his breath up to three minutes, or three times as long as the average person can do it. Orr's exciting n vocation intrigued Ben Stone and Jauk Prodauovich, and soon the three of them were perform ing feats like swimming ashore with' live Bharks, twisting their tails so that' they were unable to Bwing around and' ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GUN CLUB PLANS NEW SHOOT SITE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

GUN CLUB PUNS NEW SHOOT SHE ' Good progress'hits been made by .the fioma Gnn Club in an aajblteras scheme to build . a new site : for fature shoots, on-OomSndale, Mr. Gordon Farrier's property. The club has completed' the erection of a "house" for the installation of im automatic clay pigeon trap costing £57. Measuring six feet by^four by three, it has a concrete rear wall and; door, an iron roof and timbered sides ' A centre lane lias been laid but in coherete from the 12 to the 20-yarfl mark, and it is intended to concrete the.other four lanes. It is also in tended to erect a pavilion onfl; rpfreslf. meat.«taU.v' „ -3®d date, lias yet ieon £iedr£or the opening of the new ground, because of aifficulty in obtaining sufficient clay targets. It is hoped tp!have the open ing sometime in April. The new site is situated about three quarters of a mile "along the turn-off from the Bonia-Quibet Road, near Gammey 'e Pluins.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

STATHAB. CHEESMAN AND CO. (BbUA), Public Accountants, Auditors. Secretaries and Taxation Specialists. McDowall St., Boma (op. Post Office/ Besldent Partner, Mr. 0. L. u%t AKA, AAUQ, AAT« Telephone see, CAMPING HOLIDAYS marquee tents Madc with Berkmyre ton and 12 oz. Duck Walk. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ALL SIZES Write for Prices and Particulars. All you need in CANVAS GOODS in the best style and workmanship can be supplied. GEO. PICKERS & CO. PTY. LTD. Cr. OlppB and Ann Streets, Valley, and Breakfast Creek Bridge, BBIBBAHE. PHONE ROMA 303 COLIN (TONY) BRANDT EtECIBICIAN FOB YOUB ELECXBIOAL INSTALLATIONS, BEPAIBS, OOUNTBY LIGHTING PLANTS. REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Agttt: "bl«lutti"-|lNtik DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS THE BEBT BY TEST j White Leghorns, 14/ doe., £2/5/ for 50, SA per 100} Australorps, 15/ doc., |£2/10/ for 60, £4/10/ per 100; Ehode Island Beds, 18/ doz„ £8/15/ for 60 £5 per 100. Freight Paid. Day-Old Pullets double above Prices. DBLXVBBY HABOH TO OOTOBBB DOWNS HATCHERY, 108 ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Woodman, Spare That Tree." LEAGUE IN ARMS OVER "MUTILATION" OF WYNDHAM STREET MEMORIAL TREES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

"Woodman, Spare That Tree." '—i m LEAGUE IN ARMS OVER "MUTILATION" OF WYNDHAM STREET MEMORIAL TREES | THE Roma and District Returned Soldiers' League is up in arms at I ' what they called the ''legalised mutilation" of the avenue of bottle trees planted in Wyndham Street in memory of the soldier Idead of Worid War I. A council work gang last Tliurs- . day began lopping the tops off the trees following a request frcm tUe PoBtmaater General's Department to clear branches away from over bead telephone Unas. It was generally understood that oiily the sides of the trees directly under the lines were to be lopped to retain the genera) shape, but working under instructions from the Works Com mittee IChairman {Aid. W. Anderson) the gang pruned off all the tops. ■Four to five trees had been done when Dr. W. Feather notic ing the effect on the trees' ap fwarance, launched a complaint with the Maybr (Ald. Koy) who called an immediate halt. Aid. Koy then endeavoured to con tact members of the C...

Publication Title: Western Star
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CLUB SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

CLUB SWIMMING Men's GO 2-3 Metres: B. Bracker (1) 1, R. Kyte (go) 2, P. ArtliBr (go) 3; time, 47 sec. Junior Boys' 66 2-3 Metres: D. ltooker (3) 1> M. Partridge (4) 3, D. Lynch (4) 57 2-5 D. Ljueii (4) 3; time, 67 2-5 seas, sec ond beat, C. Vickery (go) 1, B. Pryor (5) 2, P. Partridge (2) 3; time, 55 1-5 sees. Sub Junior Boys' 66 2-3 Metres: J. Walili (go) 1, J. Hanly (1) 2, H. Saun ders (7) 3; time, 60 1-5 sccb. Ladies' 66 2-3 Metres: T. Julius (go): 1, B. Hadwen (2) 2, H. Stewart (4) 3; time, 53 2-5 sees. Junior Girls' 66 2-3 Metres: A. Knit ter (3) 1, V. Dunloji (go) 2, II. Sch noider (3) 3; time, 57 socb. Midget Boys' 16 2-3 Metres: G. Whitehead (4) 1, G. Lister (go) 2, V. Henntng (3) 3 time, 20 4-5 boob. Midget Girls' 16 2-3 Metres: B. Whitty (go), D. McCalluui (go) dead heat, h. Knitter (3) 3; time 15 1-5 sees. Men's 88 1-8 Metres: H. Kyte (1) 1. P. Arthur (go) 2,, B. Bracker (1) 3-, time 22 sees. Second heat, P. Saunders (1), 8. Nuea (go) 2, B. Booker (gp) 3; time 21 2.5 s...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

ALLAN B. WEIR GIFT SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME DAY ^DEVELOP ING AND PRINTING SERVICE. Films left by 9.30 a.m. Ready At 4.30 p.ttl. Same-Day. STATIONERY: — Boxed Stationery; with ^Jnyfclopee, priced from t/t Box. TRAVEL GOODS: Shoppers, Overnight or Week-end Bags; Priced from tt/fi each. : . GliOV15S:iT-Miirany Gloves, ia£Salf-$t jcatoSSfeyjfrqt.. Brown.1 , .iGtiyj ' AliAN B. WEIR ' ' ■ FOli PRESENTS THAT PLEASE Phone 384, 76 McDOWALL STREET, ROMA P.O; tiox €9. . . Opposite Town Hall McDOWALL BTEEET PHONE 3/ BOMA R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED • GENERAL MOT ORS DEALER Breakdown Service — Phone: Day 3, Night 249 Tim first public dlaplay of Holden k the climax of nearly four yean of" Interne and concentrated effort Involving an expenditure of .several millions of pounds. We at General Motors are proud of Holden; ve believe it is a really good car and ve hope that you, the people of Australia, will agree with our opini&n. We think that if you list all you want in a new...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

"EAST or WEST' MULLAVETS ARE 'BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're la . JfcTOur." Gold lledalliat BJTA. 1981— Three lcto -and Three Brdi. CertifiektM 1987 Melbonnie 8rd PrUe. Oertifieate* BjLS. 1887-88. MULLAVEY & S(5i Oharlee 8b. Bom* — Phaae ttf .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

DALON Chume Careuast Toilet Preparations Astringent Lotion 4/ Vanishing Cream - */ Puce Powders, Large 5/ Facc Powders. Small _ 3/ Bonge & Lipsticks ..... . 5/ Skin Cream Liquid 3/3 i AT JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Boit ML BOHA. Phone £

Publication Title: Western Star
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NORTHERN CYCLONE BATTERS COAST; FRINGE HITS ROMA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

NORTHERN CYCLONE BATTERS COAST; FRINGE m ROMA JFrinjie ctfthe cyclone which this " week l»«hedthe coast from Rock ihathpton ,to;©risfoan«, hit Roma ■Jr#»t»rd»y ' overcut akiet and , a steadydrixxleof rain through out tlift mornina. Weather reports"'to midday yester day indicated-.that the cyclone was moving south Vouth-rWest through the Burnott In the general direction o£ the Mflj-anoa, although with ■ lessening Intensity. It bad catised four deaths between Gladstone and Rockhampton, one man being plucked -rom the roof of a house and thrown 300 feet. In Toowoomba yesterday torrential rain fell overnight and ■ during the day more than two and a half Inches being recorded up to 11 a.m. Temperatures dropped last "week with the third cycle erf wet wea ther for the month, fails on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday bringing the . aggregate monthly falls to 603 points. Total rainfnll for February last year was only 85 points, compared with 640 In 1947. Official Post Office temperature re' cordlng...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOIL EROSION IS STRIKING PROPERTIES IN MARANOA: AIR SURVEY "ALARMING" SAYS ROMA STOCK AND STATION AGENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

SOIL KOSION IS STRIKING PROPERTIES ffl MMOA: AIR SURVEY "ALARMING" SAYS ROMA STOCK AND STATION AGENT NINETY per cent, of the improved and naturally open country in the Maranoadiitrict was being subjected to-day to the ravqges of soil erosion, according to Roma stock and station agent, Mr. Dick Condon. Mr. Condon forecast that unless serious preventative measures were taken, the stock bearing capacity of the district, now carrying an estimated two and a half million sheep, would be drastically cur > tailed, perhaps halved, within 20 years. I*st week Sir. Condon flew to Dirranbaadi on a business trip, and obtained Ikon the air an overall picture of the effect s of soil erosion. Erosion was actually starting from the tops of hills and carrying silt downwards to gullies wlierc it whs ^mberrwas cut down recklessly with out etajr thought <of soil conservation,," lie said. "Timbered tracks of country holding well,, but everywhere ' '■ ■-¥lse scarred fiilltopk and crin eressed...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REDEEMING QUALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

REDEEMING QUALITIES By Georgie Sttrbuck Galbr»ilh, I My teens were scarcely dawning when £ learned the truth concerning inen— To wit: they have more faults, per each, TJian there are sunburns on a beach. But nonetheless the virile gender Will And me tolerant and tender Who with a billion sisters, <leem Men helpful to the cosmic scheme. For they are excellent as hosts; They're, talented at carving roasts And mixing drinks and trapping mice. As fathers they ore downright nice. In fact, men have some pleasant features; And further , these imperfect creatures That women must live band end glove with Are wonderful to fall in'love with.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

Jift OT . ago tartan THE hangsver from the Roma T'own Council Elections of Fifty Tears Ago Today had flared into open warfare by March 4, 1889. Alderman J. i\\ Bnncs, who had been coiiductiiig a vitriolic correspondence with Mr. W. B. Murpliy, a defeated candidate, through The Western Star, had resigned from the Council to re contest his sent. His opponent was, of course, Mr. , Murphy, and committees had been formed to aid in their election. In Mr. Murphy's corner were Meters. John Rapcr, W. P Byrne, John Byan, L. E. Johnson, J. F. Obcrtliur, E. O'Connor, C. H. J. Hoffmann, W. H. Sparks and John J. Cook Behind Mr. Biones were Messrs. C. Crowley, J. D. Hindmarsh D. Crowley, E. O'Connor, H. Leitch, A. C. Harvey and R. Bryant. Tlie appearance of Mr. E O'Con nor on both committees iB a minor problem which-the writer has been unable to solve from a hurried per usal of the files. Maybe there was two of bim, so to speak, or maybe he was just one of those easy going coves, loving everyone a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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WEEK'S FILM LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

WEEK'S FILM UNErliP Next waste's film programme at the Capitol Theatre opens on Tuesday with Katharine Hepburn , •nd Angela lantbury staging a battle of wits and hskrts over Spencer Tracy tn "The World And His Wife.", The contest, referred by audi equ ally stellar performers as Van John son and Adelphe Menjou results In one of the moBt deftly acted and amusing concoctions of the year. '(Produced and directed by that klng of Academy Award winners, frank i Capra, the picture |is a faithful adap tation of -the timely Pulitzer <P*|ae play, "State of the Union," which won loud praise on Broadway. Thursday night, however, is "must" night, with the advent of "Henry V" to the screen In colour. There are many reasons why you should see this great production. "Henry V" has a great story-Hfaere is a grand air of chivalry In the period; a storm of action in tbe-BattJe of Agincourt sequences isaid to lib the finest soenes ever "shot" in Tech nicolor); and there Is an Intriguing swash-...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

BUY FISH NOW FOR LENT 14oz. Tins Tyne Herrings iu Tomuto Sauce, Each 2 3 14oz. Tina Tyne Fresh Herrings, Each 2 3 7oz. Tins Tyne Kippered Herrings, Each 1 8 ioz. Tins Norwegian SurdineB in Pure Oil, Each 1 5 4oz. Tius Norwegian Kippered Snacks in Pure Oil X 0 12ot. Tins Fish Cutlets (Cooking Salmon), Each ...... 1 0 16oz. Ting Curried Pilchards, Each 1 0 ioz. Tins Plain Pilchards, Each ■ 1 g 8oz. Tins Kraft Fish Supreme, Each ...„ 1 3 8oz. Tins IXL Whitebait, Each 1, 1 80s. Tins Canned Lobster, Each 3 0 log. Tins Fames Fish Paste, Each ..... ..... ..... _ 6} t ^J£!SSIJS££^^JSSSS^mJL AMOOIA.TIOH CO QtrBENBtAUD PASTOBAI. SUSTLOB PTY. LTD., BOW&1T ST., BRISBANE. FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LID. I . Track, Tractor and Agricqknral Implement Engineers DRAYTON STREET, DAISY, PHONE 108. A1 YOUR SERVICE OUB USED VEHICLE DEPARTMENT and USED TRACTOR AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT. Continued Shortages of New Equipment presents many problems, and it is lor this Mason that we hare expande...

Publication Title: Western Star
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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 16 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 16 ACROSS 1. Gamin 5. Artery 9, Competed 13 . Cer tificates 14. Small bopc 15. Image 16. Floors for ( ukating 17. Portend 18. Steeple course 19* Longed 20. DUeate of 21. Food in thf wilderness 24. Coral rc«f 27. Piwegyric 28. PmioM hione 29. Boredom ■ 32. Killed 35. OnngerR 30. Tropic fruit 37. Trivial 41. Exposed to •team 43. Victorian mountain 46. Mohamme dan judge 47. Full nf shapeless masses 48, Uncommon 49, Qumcstic 50. Ambfl6sgdot SI. Volley 52. Anacathrtir 53. Fioal DOWN 1. Continent •2, J* mental 3. English 4. Sundricd meal io strips 5. Consent 6. Willow 7. Japanese nty S. Pofthc.psioB 9. Oscillate 10. Image 11. Growing old ANSWER TO CROSSWORD No. 15 12. tixploil 21. Measuring apparatus 22. Names 23. Shield 24. Chasm 25. Musical instrument 26. South American plain 30. Blink 31. Soviet state 33. On lhe side 84. Sri* si'-ide 37. Kalwl'y "H. Crinui up 3V. Abucilnnt 41). Struiuio 41. Skim along 42 l\iradiso 44. Partimlnn 45. breeding place SOLUTION —NEXT WE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

AT HALL MIMIEI UNO is available at RAAFS of ROMA For longer than we like to think, hall runner lino has been unprocurable, bat we have just been able to land a small quantity of Autumn toning with green decoration. This very attractive runner is only 14/ per yard. Abo available, is a short piece of Con^oleun Hall Runner at If per yard. . Neither stock will last long, so hurry to buy the piece YOU ' want. We don't sell the cheapest, but the best at die lowest priee. RAAFS TRADING Pty. Ltd OPINION ST, iROHA. NEAR ROMA HOTEL MERCHANDISE SERVICE WE CATERFOR THE MAN ON liMAflD MERCHANDISE OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. ».» ■ ' WE STOCK:.— * All classes of Station and Shearing 8 applies, Woolpw^^iiimeiy, Glue, Fswt eiiers, Plie no vis and other Drenches all classes of Tools and other Hstd* ware, Bheep Dip, Jetting Fluid and Flyoils, Sprays, "Beit Knapsack Sprays, Pumps, Casing and Pipe Olainp^-etc. We have a large etoek of Galvanised Pipe Fittings, Taps, ete^ - ?. ' Paints and Enamel, Linseed Oil,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. LTD. Local Distributors For:— TOOWOOMBA FOUNDRY SALES Products Include:— Windmills, Tanks, Troiigliinu, En gines, Milliiiit; & F.lec tric Light Plants, .Sep arators, Gates, Oils, Iron Preservatives, Etc. I FOR MEN WHO CARE WE RECOMMEND THE | FOLLOWING Country Life Hair Tonic .. . . .. 3/9 Country Life After Sliave Lotion 3/9 Country Life Shaving Cream 2/ Country Life After Shave Talcum 2/6 Country life After Shave Cream ...... .. 1/9 Country life Travel Kits .. .v.- ..J i i .... .. £2/2/ " " p, tm'a. H \ PROCURABLE FROM— Phone 2. FAMILY CHEMISTS. P.O. Box 31. The Firm with over half a century 'a service to the . Haranoa District. J BORING CONTRACTOR 162 LONG STREET — TOOWOOMBA. Is Sole Agent in the Maranoa For Famous METTERS WINDMILLS jCan Supply Immediately 6 to 14 Feet Windmills and all Pumping Requirements. Here is » recommendation from Mr. L. Thrnpp, of "Blythwood":— "The mill bow in use is giving every satisfaction. It is ...

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