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

Doublet birth valght ... Oil these complete, balanced foods Correct feeding right from the start Is the first essential, of course, and for tunately that Is much simpler now, for If natural feeding falls or becomes in adequate. there is a completely satis factory alternative or supplementary food in Vl-Lactogen or Lactogen. Resembling breast milk in all important respects. these famous infants' foods contain added Vitamins 'A' and 'D' to promote growth and guard against infection, and organic iron to guard against antemia. Correctly balanced . . . completely safe .. . easily prepared, Vi-Lactogen and Lactogen supply the essential food elements that baby requires in an easily assimilated and readily digested form. VI-LACTOGEN and LACTOGEN for the younger baby at baby grows older NESTLE'S PRODUCTS co,r»,«HTXOT» Resit weight on hand* What's around the Corner? J/JARELY has the road ahead of'the average Au$* f\tralian been more hopeful than it is to-day. . . At the moment, of course, we ...

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

^ dftanm (3.H.P. SIZE) If you require a dependable 3 H.P. engine with better-than-average performance, you'll bo wise to Invest Jn one of these 'PETTER ilr-cooied or water-cooled engines. Regular shipments arc arriving, and hundreds are already at work all over Australia. 3SS UiQTER COOLEO AIR COOLED Available In both air an4 wafer-cooled models, they feature the latest post-war developments in engine dt» sign. Starting li child's play because of the lm« pulse starter fitted to the high-tenston magneto, and the sensitive governor and heavy flywheel. "PETTCR" engines art economical In operation and fltve depend able service under all conditions. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET FULL DETAILS NOWl ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BICUT.BRIS.. B75CI. And st TOOWOOMBA — ROCKHAMPTON — BUNDABERG — MACKAY tOWNSVILLE and CAIRNS Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION AntlMpHc and dumlnc, will «H«thr«ly Ni»n all tram *f 4«M| Kalians Mint acal, »od chMks MUaf hah Km»> Mr. 6—f ail. healthy. (May- ba wad in ,eonJuns«on iinxMMM m...

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

COLTS RETAIN LEAD WIN PREMIERSHIP' (By "leg Break") Colts and Suburbs played the final match of the local cricket fixtures last Sunday, Colts win ning well by 80 odd runs on the first innings. At one stage Suburbs had the up per band, but faded ana finished Ly giving the same away. Colts won the toss, and gave Sub urbs first use o£ the wicket. Subunbs, however were soon at sea, and only compiled 62, C. LeeS being the only batsman to reach double figures. Casewell and Brennan both got 9 and wickets fell at 8, IS, 24, 33, 3S, 44, 55, 155, 62. Bird bowled well for Colts, to get three for 15 and Pettlford once again was to the fore with three for 11. A feature of Colts' fielding -was a great display by young Watkins. This young fellow no doubt shall be a big force in local and lntertown cricket next season. His return to the wicket is faultless even from our very long boundary. He handles the bat well, and as a change slow bowler he will set iwlc kets when he acquires a little better le...

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

The Friendly Store V Drouifn's MfOOUIHll ST ROHII PRESL1TE CIGARETTE LIGHTERS 18/6 EACH QUILTED SATIN BOLEROS £ \ DRESSING GOWNS (FOR SMARTNESS PLUS) COTTON INTERLOCK SINGLETS SINGLETS SUPER QUALITY 8 INCH ZIPP FASTENERS 2/6 EACH STILL HAVE AN EXCLUSIVE RANGE OF FROCKS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES NACO AlK CONTROL V1NDOVS vimtoDYkilL Bob «£ &et| iad jUw; JJ(X)£K$eg. P«f«* Vc«|tfttfN«i, 19 $M ■ Apjr EofiiiMi Egsz to Ju|aH efiftl iHOt«HLl> 14 » §Hh im y—■ ii wpiifr ijiliii gl jklmtlpMl THE AUSnULUM ESUTES COMPANY WOUD / ' (INOOBPOHATBD IN XNQliAHD) . ROMA — WALLUHBQ1A MITCHELL DUUIfl ^Ve Your Vexaxiuu.. Two serviceable additions t> your verandah to make It more attractive. Above, a lacquered, iron framed^ collapstWe. Chair with adjustable back, and covered with multi-coloured canvas. price .. .. £3/7/6 Palmstand, at right. Is smartly styled in polished solid Silky Oak, 27 inches high. Box top Is 10 inches. £1/10/ WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE'. CONSIGN THEM ALL TO Our com...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,—1 wonder It til© Civic leathers realise the danger that exists at pre sent on the Victoria Bridge which is situated on the East End of the town? It is I might say ,the only possible way to get to town from iChina. Flat and other properties on tliat side of the Bungii. I ibelieve there are (Some <20 odd children and "quite a number of women -who are forced to use this bridge after a storm or 'during the rainy season. I, sir, wbuld not like to be one of the many unfortunate people who are forced to use this bridge. It would be a terrible ordeal if anybody was to become ill and had to have the ambulance to convey them to ihospital, as it would knock the patient about, and also our am bulance cars, which are a very great credit to those who are running them. I am sure, sir, that if the 'Local Council is unable to finance the re pair work, or replace this old dilapi dated bridge the Government If ap proached through the right channels, would give the...

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

SCIENTIFIC DIET A National Health Council bul letin 6ays that few people know the reasons behind the choice of proper food, although there is generally a better understanding of the merits of a balanced diet and the impotence of' the con sumption of natural foods daily. The fact Is, o£ course, that whole meal bread Is superio to -white bread because In the former more of the natural vital life-sustaining elements are retained, vitamin Bl, iron, plios horus and lime in particular. It l'Uit and salad vegetables* should be consumed daily because they con iuin esentiai vitamins and minerals, some of the elements not being re tained In the body but needing to be replaced every day. Nature has cunningly provided fruits with pleasing: aroma, colour and flavour to ensure their reeular fre quent use. In a questioning mood a well-known dietitian once quizzed a number of people as to the amount of fresh fruit consumed that day. Far too many answered "None." The need was stressed for fresh frui...

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

Protect Your Childrens Feet WITH THESE JACENS made specially for little feet. SUIT-il SHOE STORE' 75 McDOwall street, roma. The^Brjtish PJJTTER Four Cycle, Air Cooled KEROSENE ENGINE Proved Ideal for Extremes qf Climate &nas»jf^s.K^ssjSi fkt MM* MM IMMnl H.P. «t 1000 * I HP. • ISM tpa For furthfr pvttculan, contact WINCHCOMBE CARSON Ltd. - 99-101 EAGLE STREET — BRISBANE St. George. mu:-. ALL i AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your MOTOR REPAIRS. GXY and ELECTRIC WELDING, PANEL BEATING Done By THE CASH SERVICE STATION Oppoiilc $e Commonwealth Hotel, in Wyndham Street. Roma. We favc experienced men to do die work. All work guaranteed and a lull range, of Spart Parts, Accessories. Tyres, Tubes. Batteries and Second-hand Cars, Trucks 'and Utilities always for Sale, at prices to •tut all "BUYERS.v - For full particulars CALL. WRITE or RING 60 ROMA. Local Dealer within the Shires sf Bung3 and Btndtaw for UX and DOMINION MOTORS. Q1D. m D0NTNU1 Look for Danger! An experienced driver toy*:...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE CLUB SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

RIFLE CLUB SHOOT Sunday morning last saw another good roll np of shooters at the local range for the final round of Mr J. D. Grant's Trophy, resulting in a shoot-off between two very keen rivals in D. _i5ore and E. Townsley. Doug Sore's effort of 99 off the rifle was a really good score, seeing tliat Bliootcrs were fueed with very choppy winds, which made good scoring diffi cult. On Sunday next at 0 a.m. riflemen are asked to roll Up for u working bee to be held on the range for the purpose of attending to the mounds. A truck will leave the Post Office. Scores wore ns follow:— D Dorc (13) 33 34 32 105 fc. Lee (25) 32 27 32 105 E. Townsley (14) 32 31 28 105 W Alliinu (17) . 28 ao 30 10.1 G. Kleinh.ausR (25) 27 2!) 2.T 105 P. Cnrne (Stf) 27 29 23 104 B. Proud (25) .... 27 28 23 103 A. Dore (12) 31 32 27 102 A. Koy (14) 31 30 27 102 C. Townsley (10) - 30 30 30 10U C. O'Eourke (14) .. 30 28 28 100 A. MTilnne (13) 31 27 28 99 H. Pascoe (17) 27 31 Si

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

MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS FOE YOUE CORDIALS EINO 21 BOMA ALL DEINK8 TEUE TO LABEL j 1 TBAHAOOHI, WTNDHAM ST. OPTOMETRISTS 189-191 George Street, Brisbane. Visits This District Regularly Make a point of having your Eyes attended to by Expert Optometrists. ' 1 'iWI ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS "•"! THE ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND "CHAMPION" AUTO-LIFT FULL-REVOLVING TRACTOR SCOOP All operations — filling, carrying, dumping and spreading carried eut in a forward direction, operated by one control from tractor teat. Ml load control automatically bringi acoop into carrying position when fully loaded. Capable of very short turns. An efficient, atrong, compact earth moving unit. Four models, 4-7 foot mouths: 18, 27, 36 and 41 cu. ft. capacities. Write for deicriptive leaflet. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FROM:— Queensland Industrial SALES & SERVICE LTD. GREGORY TERRACE, BRISBANE - Phonei: L4158 LI070 LZ985 Solr Queensland Distributors:—-International Industrial Tractors and Power Units-nArmstronB-Holland E...

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

ENGAGEMENT RIES—McMULLEN. — The engage- ment is announced of Doreen, youngest daughter of Mrs. McMul- len of Pinegrove, to Allan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ries, Roma. IN MEMORIAM COLLIE: In loving memory of my dear mother, grandmother, mother- in-law, who passed away 6th March, 1948. An angel came with a book of gold, Wrote down our darling's birth. She whispered as she closed her book, Too beautiful for this earth. (Inserted by her loving daughter, grandson, son-in-law, Eve, Tommy and Tom.) CLAPPIER, Marie Emille: In loving memory of my dear wife, our mother, mother-in-law and grand- mother, who passed away suddenly on Feb. 28, 1947. Time may change in many ways, But one thing changes never, The memory of those happy days, Wihen we were all together, Mum dear. (Inserted by her loving husband, daughter and son-in-law, Alice, Len and grandchildren Viv and Val.) PETERS. Walter J. Hicks: Cherished memories of our beloved Son and only child, accidentally killed in Brisbane on 7th ...

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

TOWN TALK     From Hobart comes word of Mucka- dilla's Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Brumpton,   who left here late in January on a three or four months' walkabout. They attended the recent wedding there of Mr. Bane M.H.R., whom they housed here for the unveiling of the Mucka- dilla War Memorial shortly before their departure. Among other things they havee bought a car, vintage 1929, known as "Clyno," from which they watch snow falling, and speculate on Roma weather amid grass temperatures of 31.5 dgs. and so on. Three men in a car visited Roma from Brisbane last week, looking for work. H. B. Sargent, former State and Australian President of the Master Painters Association; W. H. Ambrose, builder and contractor; and D. Bishop, sign writing expert, of Bishop and McGregor Sign Co. We thought any of these types were, hard to get in this part of the world, much less all three of 'em at once. Anyway, to cut a long story short, they have teamed up to organise co...

Publication Title: Western Star
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MR. GERHARDT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 4 March 1949

MR. GERHARDT The death of Mr. John Ger hardt, at his home in Wyndham   Street Roma, on Sunday, February 20 at the age of 81 years, remove from our midst a highly respected citizen. Mr. Gerhardt who had suffered in-   different health for the last two years, was of a quiet and retiring nature. He was born at Middle Ridge, Too woomba and 57 years ago, married Miss Ellen Bentley, a member of a well-known Roma family. They later made their home at Gowrle Junction, Blythdale, and fin ally Roma, where they resided for over half a cenutry. After leaving school be joined the Railway Department, and remained in tbeir employ until his retirement about 17 years ago. He is survived by his widow, also three sons, Frederick (Sandgate), William (Roma), and Thomas (Cor inda), and two daughters, Mary Ellen (Daisy) CIohessy (Gladstone), and   Kathleen Margaret (Dot) Chant (Roma).

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS PAGE- MITCHELL, WALLUMBILLA, YULEBA, INJUNE. MITCHELL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHUHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlll' COUNTRY NEWS T-J II PI7 — MITCHELL. WALLUMBILLA, r MItlL " YULEBA, INJUNE. l-illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIil""*11"") MITCHELL NEWS | Our Own Correspondent) A most unusual spectacle was witnessed at Mitchell on Saturday last when the Maranoa Elver roBe, although there hail not been any rain in the town for some time. The river rose over tlic 10ft. mar ou tlie gauge at the railway bridge. All traffic, was held up, but it ic turned to normal on Tuesday night. A meeting was held at "Waroonga' on Sunday, February 27, for the pur pose of making arrangements to re X>air a netting dingo barrier feme which runs east ' aud'wes't nhout 20 miles north of Mitchell. The meeting appointed representatives to inspect sections of the existing barrier fence and to make temporary repairs and to report to u meeting at "Waroonga" on Sunday, March 13. It was dccided to have u petition forwarded...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

DUDNE NOTES (By Oar Own Oonr«n?«ndtati •She ww committee oc magogo aunt elected tot 1949 h«W its first meeting at tke £nA Uvfiff trrf <p Saturday SMfc, The present (Mr. A. J, M*id#ft) wclcpined the ' new committee ««9 briefly outlined their responsibilities and duties, the chief of which is to carry out the policy (4 the Queensland Bush Nursing Associate* W resppet of. this centre. Included in the correspondence w»s h letter from the Bungil Shire Council iu reply to the committee's <&umplj»Jnt about the state of the footpath to front of the centre, ctating that the matter had been referred to the Mate Roads Commission; and one from tbA Ventral Council of the Bush JSursisg Association-giving permission for the purchase of special equipment for the centre and special permission for the Sister to ose same. The Sister's report showed that Si cuses were treated for the month, with an additional 49 subsequent attend ances. Of these six were accident cases and...

Publication Title: Western Star
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C.P. ORGANISE ATTACKS "ISMS" [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

C.P. ORGANISE ATTACKS "ISMS" MITCHELL, Saturday.—No greater fallacy ever existed than the idea that Socialism and Communism were entirely separate and different things, Mr. A. A. Chresby, Country Party Organiser, told a branch meeting in Mitchell on Saturday. Tiio two bodies were actually two units of 0110 army, and tlic ob ject ol' that army was the com plete destruction of all democratic ideas, including our Parliamentary system and the British Throne, Mi'. Chresby said. years of study and < investigation bad convinced liiui that nearly 75 to SO per cent, of tile supporter* and nicinbei'K of both groups bad no real idea »t tlie sinister purpose and link between the two, llr. Chresby euutinuod. "In Australia, the labid »orialifat group masquerades under the noin-do plumo of She Australian Labour Party when, in fact, nu Labour Party exists," lie said. "The label, 'Labour Party,' is only a device to conceal from its sincere, liocest members and supporters its real purpose....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

We Stock:— FLY DBESSHTOS: KJPJtf, DJ3.T. Mixture. Kleenflox. ■ Wilmo. DIPS: Little's Fluid Little's Powdered; ' Sickle Doublo. Action. Sickle Arsenical. Bo vox Cattle Dip '& Plant Spray. WEED EXTEBMINATOE: Hormox. IBON PBESEBVATIVE: Iron Coat. DEENOHES: Tri-Kos (Nicotinc BlueBtonc). Phcnovis (Phenpthjazinc). Bed Spot (Carboii Tetrachloride). mBTBUWENIB: Victor Drenching Guns. Tri-'Kos Drenching Pistols. Bepcater Hypodermic SyringeB. Wilmo Castrating Knives. HOUSEHOLD SPBAYS: K-on-K, Insoctatomie. SHEAEING ACCESSORIES: Vacmark, Stencil Ink, Woolbale Fasteners, Woolpacks. LOCAL DISTEEBUTOBS FOB:— TOOWOOMBA FOUNDBY . PTY. LTD., "SOUTHERN CEOSS," Wind' mills, Tanks, Troughing, Engines, Milking and Electric Light Plants, Separa tors, Iron Coat, Iron Preservative. LEVIN & CO.'S AGA COOKING STOVES: AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL ITBE INSURANCE SOCIETY LTD. We can supply HUME BEINFOBCED CONCRETE PIPES & TROUGHING. QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO-OP. ASSN., LIMITED P.O. BOX 78. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

STATHAM. CHEESMAN AND CO. caauA). Public Accountants, Auditors. Secretaries and Taxation Speolkllst*. McDowall 8U Boma (op. Poit Office). Benident Partner, Mr. 0. I>. Hitler, AHA, AAUQ, AAIB, XaUphen* W, low. (Established 1887) ANDREW MCGEE 70 Pitt St.. it 1 Costlcrongh St. SYDNEY Bulk Heady liulilicrf Cigarette Tobacco 25/G jjlm' Ih. Copes High Card Flako Cut Pipe Tobacco 38/10 per lb. •These Prices Include Postage. Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street. Bend \J» Your Old Pipes Tor Repairs. tat rid af Hen* BBV/tf tkmq mtmrt / sESj^. fc£2566 ST BR1SBAHE Q^ CORRUGATED ALUMINIUM ALLOY Exactly similar to galvanised iron tat definitely superior. Available for immediate delivery, it completely sol? es your roofing problems. Available In sices 8ft., 9ft., 10ft., in 24 gauge. Aluminium Roofing lasts for ever, reduces temperature in summer and re tains interior heat in winter. It lasts iorever, is extraordinarily light, and, at the game time, amazingly strong. R listless, it needs no painting, y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS FOB YOTJB OOBDIAXB KINO 21 SOMA ALL DBENK8 TBUE TO LABEL k T&AMAOOHI, WYNDHAJd ST. STOMACH'S upset Ufa thousands of others nho used to tow Mi tani aleeptessly, ttria chap has mfao up to the sure way of 'settling his mstnnwd stomach for the night A ■pooofnl of De Witt's Antacid Powder Mfore he retires is the secret—and sound refreshing sleep is the result Among its seven carefully balanced ingredients is one of the fastest add neotmlisers in existence. Other in gredieats spread a soothing, protective layer over the delicate and inflamed stomach lining. This gives Nature time totrokt the trouble, even whilethe normal process of sound digestion continues. So get yourself a canister to-day and banish the spectre of stomach trouble. Aak tor the giant 4/8 economy size and yi iwu and a hag times the 2/0 quantity. ANTACID POWDER * Nsutralbw Add Soot/iei Stomach - Relieves Pain A Bright Sign for Stockowners It» brightness arises from the good cheer contained in ...

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FILM NEWS (By Air Mail from London) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

FILM NEWS (By Aii1 Mail from London) 'Now that: character actor ana .eemtdiin Baall Radftrd Has re turned #rom -B»rr»r in the Outar • Hebrides, theoting K*a beert rt sumtd on "lt> Wot Cricket" ,-at Shepherd's Bush Studiok, Eng land. ■WiheVi Saall—of the miaou* Basfr Radford-NauntoH. Wayne comedy team who star in this film'—was .re leased to go on location for Baling Studios' "Whisky Gtalore.J' a few final scenes on It's Not Cricket" remained to *be shot and they will probably take about two weeks to complete. ©usiest star of the cast is blonde Susan Shaw who at the- moment Is dividing her time between-"!T»« gets Abroad" at Islington Studios and "It's Not Cricket" at "the Bush." In between making these films she Is sought for dress fittings for her forth coming {carriage . film "Marriage Bureau" which is schedulued to start when "Tche Huggetts Abroad" comes off the floor. * * * flora Swinburne, whose cur rent performance as "The Colonel's Lady" in "Quartet," baaed on four Somerset...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

FOR SALE GOOD BUSINESS McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. CAFE, MIXED FRUIT, COK I'KV'TION ER V, ICE CREAM. OOOD TOBAOOO QUOTA. Newspaper Agency. Oirqer Must Sail For Urgent Health I Seasons. Don't Enquire Further Unless ^■iiiliieU Interest##. Reply to "BUSINESS C/o Western Star. QUEENSLAND KASiLWAYS VACANCIES FOR JUNIOR - CLERKS Applications will1 bft received on the proper printed ford. obUlnablo at principal Administrative Offices and Stations, from lads desirous of ap pointment as Junior Clerk to- the South-Western Pi vision, who bare pas Bed the Junior Public Service or State Scholarship Examination. Lads ■who passed the State Scholarship Ex amination will berequlred to be 14 and not more UiMi ttyears of agre on the closing date and those who pass ed the Junior (Public Service Exam- ] InBiion must be not more than. 171 yeas of age on the closing date, viz., ■l#th March IMS. Applicants will be required to pass the medical examination before ap pointment. Those ottered employ ment will be re...

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