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WALLUMBILIA (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

WALLUMBILIA (From Our Own Correspondent) The Chadfoid Sports Club con ducted a highly successful Annual Kodeo and Campdraft under ideal weather conditions in Mr. Mog ridge's property. The attendance \v;is again very rep resentative, Including visitors from Yuleba, Jackson, SUrat, and Kama. Tlie grounds and appointment had received a good deal of attention evi dence of the result of a hard work ing iboc during- the week. Owing to the recent week-end rains, the ground was on the soft side but not in any way dangerous. The pate receipts were similar to last year. The Judno was Mr. Max Button, of j Romu, who jcave general satisfaction I and expressed satisfaction' with the events In every way. The horsemanship and horses wore of a good standard and some really good work was witnessed. ■ The bullocks in the bullock riding were an excellent lot and tested out many of the riders, An excellent luncheon was provided by the ladles. The president (Mr. K. Lloyd), sec retary (Mr. G, Cleland) and...

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

PETROL TAX HITS MOTORISTS In Queemland alon& |m* Novem ber, customs 8Pd «xcise duties on petrol s«.I4i totalled £192,788, of which a»ly £75,909 was dis tributed to this State under the Commonwealth Aid Roads and Works Act 1947 for road bulding, according to the R.A.Q.Q. tecre< tary (Mr. L. Kins) Ut wa,s Interesting to observe that [in, <1,11 AuHtralUm States nut less than £1„3,V^*>U4 was collected by the Gov oi^iycnt. during November, of which only £3W5,35!l was distributed to tlio States for road ljuildlne, Mr. King said. "These figures emphasize the high the high price the motorist pays In custom an<l excise duties on petrol, iind the splendid not-work of we would have were only nuuVQtfthlK tax passed to the as it shnulil lie." he added.

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

FRED PEPPIN (fteg. Q T.C. and Tnttersall'a Olnb) (Su'ncesRor to Harrv Hood) The first: Donble for 1949 ie the NEWMABSET tc AUSTRALIAN OTP [Bun at Flemington on March 12 and 1 March 14.) P|ae« yoflr nunp on the mailing flat How. 1BE YOU ON MY HAILING LIST I a If aot, Write: Box ISiSW, ff.P.O. Bilibue. PfcoBf: (Mm B.4TM. ■ WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS PHONE 145 ROMA . DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS, WEDDING RINGS. ^ ' LOCKETS. PENDANTS. TIE PINS. SIGNET RINGS. BROOCHES. BANGLES. PEARLS. EARRINGS. JUST ARRIVED! ENGLISH WHITE CHINA. Cup and Saucer 3/3 6-Inch Plate 1/9 9-Inch Plate. 2/9 10-Inch Plate . 3/4 a SETS OR SEPARATE IF REQUIRED. WALLETS. NOTE CASES. TOBACCO POUCHES, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS. FOUNTAIN PENS. /' PENCILS. WATCH BANDS. , THE GUT STORE OF THE WEST. PHONE 145 ' McDowaD Street ROMA Mohr's Garage ttoar71 35 HAWTHORNE STREET Pbone 71 ROMA All YOUR MOTOR VEHICLE A Np jictd with 11 METHODS and KNOWLEDGE — practo# «ll parts can be made oh the PREMISES — NO JOB T " IS BEYOND US. A ELECTRIC ...

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RIFLE SHOOTERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

RIFLE SHOOTERS All members of the local rifle club club are reminded to be at the Pont Office, 9 a.m. sharp on Sunday. March 113, when the first stage of Mr. A. J. | Campbell's Trophy will be tired, anrt 1 the' shoot off of Mr. J. D. Grant's Trophy will be finalised.

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ROMA WALKABOUT TO BE BROADCAST [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

ROMA WALKABOUT TO BE BROADCAST The Australian Broadcasting Comimeslon has had so many re quests from Rama for a repeat broadcast of the Australian Walkabout featuure, "Roma—The Town of the Governor's Lady," that arrangements tinve now been made for the story to be re broadcast through 8tatfon 4Q8 on Sunday, March 20, at 4.10 p.m. This Walkabout was written toy Rather Roland, author of the prize winning novel. "I Camp Here." The story of Roma, as the broad cast presents It, begins with the ar rival of Stephen Spencer and Jits family at Mount Abundance, and continues with the settlement of the district and the growth of the town | Df Roma as It Is to-day . A good deal of the broadcast is concerned with the search for oil in the district, and Mr. Derek Pitman, consulting geologist to Roma Blocks Ply. Ltd., explains ttw Intensive oil survey now progressing. Others Interviewed during the broadcast are Denlse Spencer, Jim

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

THE ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND "BULLDOG" PNEU-TYRED AUTOMATIC TRACTOR WHEEL SCOOP Earthmoving at lower cost! Fufl load weight is carried on pneu tyres which, since they lessen the draft, ., enable the tractor to operate in higher gears than Is possible with steel wheels. Carries, dumps, and spreads while in continuous forward motion—no spill or waste effort. Ruggedly constructed, simple .in operation, _ .tpee° •™„ efficiency mean greater profits to the contactor. All szes obtainable from 15-22 cu. ft. to eu\. Al! wearing parts renewable, spare Dart) always available. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! Queensland Industrial SALES & SERVICE LTD. CRECORY TERRACE, BRISBANE - Phones: L4I58 LI070 L2985 Cole Queensland Distributors:—International Industrial Tractors arid Power Units—Armstrong-Holland Earthmoving Equipment, Graders, Road Ploughs* Rippers, Rollers, Etc.— fowler Materials Handling Equipment, Mottle Cranes, Transportation Equipment, Etc. «..<t be ."perhapser" ... there's a sure way...

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

MZACBTT HMK ummutMAMtT to K^t yew bom bj 1 Hhnlr any longer? Yoar lighting ■fa* oat Mi? M*» four homo ... St brings Id opnM fobov saving appliaMM MI«A k par ]M to C M pertlerfen TOUXAT And at TOOWOOMBA—BUMOAMM—BOCKHAMPTON—MACKAY TOWNS VILLI mi CAIRMS For the Treatment of Mange, Ecxema, etc., um David's NU-KOTE An gftatlva, antiseptic, nothing and haallng Menge.Diwalng for dap. Unequalled for imMnc the eoat and pmnylftn B» | Priea par tortl i DAVID Pharmacies 165 GEORGE ST. BRISBANE* SBrmmpkf BRISBANE bTOONOOMM. . WHAT YOUR DOCTOR ORDERS . $0 ^3aiU with HARDIES GENUINE FIBROLITE ITS WISEI—for "Ftbrollte" assures a modam. at tractive and durable home at moderate cost. De Mand for "Flbrollte" exceeds the supply at the •moment, but Ifi well worth while waiting to build wtth this durable and flre-retardant material. "F1BR0LUE" IS STOCKED BY HUNTERS PTY. LTD. Roma. SCHOOL OF ARTS HOTEL # HGDOWAU STREET. ROHU. D. BYRNE, Proprietor. Post Office Box No. t. Telephone No. 12* IMPORTED ENGLISH ...

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MEN'S SPORTS BOWLERS INCREASING IN NUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

l SPORTS I BOWLERS INCREASING I IN NUMBERS (By "L.") With the "holiday season" receding into the limbo, the Bowl ing Green has more and more oc cupants week by week. Latest of tbc holiday makers to have rcturn'cd is Kevin Williams, still bearing signs of exposure to coastal .sunshine. He looks very fit after weeks of striving after the elusive >vlii ting. Alim'me from tlic green :iI'H no to hsivc impaired liis game, for his lending on Saturday WHB generally of a calibre commanding a deal of re spect. * dominations for officers of the Bowl, ing Club for the ensuing year are to be lodged with the secretary or at the Club House by this week-end. Officers affected sre Patron, President, Secre tary and -Treasurer. Words of wisdom for the week:— Lose, as if yon liked it; Win a» if you were used to It. Some of the games of last week-end resulted with a rather larger diver gence in the scores than has been common recently. Noteworthy in this regard was the game between Hacker's rink and ...

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TOWN TALK (Continued from Page One) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

. TOWN TALK <Continned from Page One) Tlie president of thc Western Divi- i sion of the C.W.A, (Mrs. B. G. Maidon) returned this week from a meeting of the 8tate Council in Brisbane. MIbb TopBy Boyoe has Just returned from a short holiday spent in Bris bane. j Mr. Baker Is In town for a few days. He expects to have lira. Baker and family home on Saturday Mrs. J. Shearer (nee Muriel Welske), well-known former Roma resident is at present holidaying with Mr. and Mrs, C. Thrupp, of Blyth wood. ' She expects to return to CalrtiB this week. It is her first visit for 16 years.

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SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

SWIMMING RESULTS Results ot the main event* at Chin chilla were: Men* open Championship of the Weitarn Downti 100 yds, N. Haupt (Roma; i, u. Adams (Dalby) z, J. nicks (Chinchilla) 3. Ludioi* Open Chlmipio'nehip: 10U yds, Denlse Spencer (ttoma) only en trant. Men'* Open Divei K. Fulwood 1, P. Arthur 2, (both Roma).f .. Ladles' Open Dive: B. Had wen 1, Denlse Spencer 2 (both Roma). Men'* Open Breattroke Champion" ship; N. Haupt 1, P. Arthur 2, N. Crawford 3 (all Roma). Boy's Championship (under 16) s N. McFarlane (JPalbyJ l, K. Haupt Uloma) I, N. Handly (Dalby) 3. Men'* '100 Yard* Handicap: J. liicks .(Chinchilla) 1, P. Arthur (Roma) 2, K. Haupt (Roma) 3. Grand Open Intertown Relay: Chin chilla 1, Roma 2 and 3. Dalby 4. Brace Relay Championship N. Haupt-Denlse Spencer 1, R. Rooker B. Hadwen 2, J. Hicks-B. Rickley (Chinchilla) 3. Results of the Club swims at the Town Baths on March 3 were: Men's 66 2-3 Metres: B. Braeker (H) 1, R. Kyte (7) 2. P. Arthur (7) 3; time 63 2-6 sees. Junior B...

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DEATH TOLL RISES IN PLANE DISASTER (Continued From Page 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

DEATH fdLL RISES M PLANE DISASTER (Continued rwm Page L) DSISBANE, Friday.—Death W1I in the OooUugatta plane dlaagter yester day idea with the dlscovoy of two extn bodlss in the burnt oat wreck age, bringing the total number killed to 21, Instead of 19 u origin*]]; thoneht. The plane, a Lockheed Lodestar, had come from Coff's Harbour via Casino, and had touched doy/u at Coolangatta on the Bilinga drome about jwo miles outside the town to off-load four pas sengers. It got into difficulties shortly after leaving and crashed in flames wlieu at tempting to re-land. The passengers included five Sydney people, seven from other parts of Mew South Wales, and the remainder from Queensland. She co-pilot was a DJF.O. win ner of World War IL, and a Eod cliffe sir hostess was also among "the victims. Most pathetic of the long list of vic tims was that of the assistant manager of Queensland Airlines, Captain H. Keogan, and his wife and two children. Captain Keegan had been holidaying in New South...

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WANDOAH WINS WELL AGAINST THE CLOCK (By "Leg Break") [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

WANDOAH WINS WELL AGAINST THE CLOCK I (By "Leg Break") In a desperate race for runs, Wandoan prayed a merry tune with the bat to record a great win in the last over in the final day's play against the local Rep. Roma XI last Sunday. Behind hy 4U runs on the llrst in nings, Wandoan put up a gallant showing. The last hour's play produL-'il some great cricket. Hero was Wandoan's veteran Ale:; Munro who collected 23 runs in a hurry. After IHk failure In the flrst in nings, K. Beaumont gave a great dis play in the second innings. He mad" 64, including three fours. In the bowling, Munro again shone, fowling 24.1 overs to take seven for 96. Though defeated, the Roma X! put up a great fight. The first innings produced 123 runs. Chief scorers were Glover 26, Way 14 Fettlford 21, Watklns 21. At times Watklns played the accu rate (bowling well. Once again Pet tlford did not fail, and his 21 came at a very good time. The Roma bowlers shared the wickets and for the match Roma's flleding, excepti...

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

FIRST AID CLASSES PIRST A*P Ct^SpgS Will lip cop- ; ■*• (iin'U/d at t4ic Q.A.T.R. Roma | Centre pommanoins pn flip 21st March. Further Information pap bo J nlitalni'd by cnntactlns the Superin tendent, Roma Ambulance. , T. W. TBAI.E, Superintendent.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SOFTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SOFTBALL | JllTCHEUL. 18): M. Asliney, O. Secomb, H. Matohett, B. Maooe, W. Stein, M. Carls, S. Dewar. M. Sch neider, M. Aliscamble. WENT WORTH «): I), IPaacle, D. Donald, P. Lines, N. Shellswelt, V. Beits, E. Mcliwan, T. Julius, B. Harms, D. KclBlker. bASEBALL MITCHELL, (22): C. Brinin, J3. Pryor, C. Fulwood, E. Jolllfe M. Har ris, It. iPoioh, J. Wulali, G. Aherne, E. Shellevvell. WENT WORTH: E. Brown, L. Sutton, L>. Hooker, K. Pryor, K. Green, R. Vlckei-y, U. S&liei, R. Eeardon, >R. Fowles.

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS High School sports results this week were;— Softball: Mitchell (4), M. Ashney, M. Curia, B. Mnlone, G. Stein, R. Mat chett, M. Schneider, L. Hcnuiog, P Williamson, S. Dewar; Griffith (11), l'orry, b. Bwccdmnn, L. Miiloue, S. Wilsou, I. Schcfe, G. Stein, A. Dreu null, V. McCuiluui, B. Phillips. Baseball: Mitchell (13). C. Briiiin, H. Pfvor, G. Ful wood, E. Jollifc, J. Walsh, G. Aherne, L. Grnnt. H. Porch, M. Harris; Griffith (2), P. Flower, D. Salier, R. ftofrobin, D. Helming, C. Vioker.v, IT. fj. lyiijffer, A. Irwin, p. IvfiJljer.

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

* NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. Local Agent:— ASHBV'S'BICYClfS FOR A LIFETIME OF SERVICE 1 J). GHAUT McPOWALL STRUT, ROMA Maranoa Friendly Societies Dispensary HWffALL STREET. ROMA Pkone 58. P.O. Box 55. (W. J. Sabine, Ph.c, M.P.S., Manager) Pathfinder Spotlight Torch 14/6 Complete. 4711 MM ■v Perfnme Yardley'a Orchis 27/10 Household Bobber Gloves 8/ Pair SUNGLASSES COMPLETE RANGE POLAROIDS 22/3 TO 47/6 .U-s'ALSq. . CROOKES LENS 3/6 TO 6/3. Plartic Baby .Ware PftmODB Rliinf Lavender 12/8, 20/ft Perfume Yardley'a April Violet 21/ Agarol 2/9, 5/3. ^ood Tonic Iodised Saraparilla 2/7# Sumner Tonic Hepatol ' Compound 8/^. 24/fl THE WESTERN QUEENSLAND PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. 63rd ANNUAL EXHIBITION ROMA SHOWGROUNDS WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 4TH & STH MAY, 1949. IMPROVED SCHEDULES. INCREASED PRIZES £700 MEMBERSHIP: £1/1/. - (One Gentleman and One Lady 'e Ticket & Members' Concessions) Secure y001 Tickets Now, from the ...

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

ALLAN B. ym GIFT SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME DAY DEVELOP ING AND PRINTING SERVICE. i Films left "by 9.A0 a.m. Heady at 4.80 p.m. Sanaa' ©ayl' ! ■ '* STATIONERY: — Boxed Stationery, with Envelopes; Mcea.from TRAVEL GOODS: Shoppers, Overnight or ■VVeekretlci JBagB.i'rloead '88/6 eafch. "■ GI/3VBS:—Murany QlaV FOR ■PRESENTS TtiA^^UEAfciE^ Phone 384. 76 McDOWAjLL. STREET, ROMA Opposite Town Hall P.O.|Boi 68;' McDOWALL STBEET . PHONE 3, ROMA RAC.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER Breakdown Service —- Phone: Day 3, Night 249 Australia's Own Car Ml Thu 6m public display of HoMtn h iho rlimaz of neatly four yean of interne and ronccntrated effort involving; an expenditure of several millioos of pouqds. we at General Motors ■ire proud of Holden; ire believe it is a really good car and we hope that you, the people of Australia, will agree with our opinion. We think that if you list all you want in a new cat to-day, you'll find Holden has most of the answers. You'll and (...

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

FLEMINGTON PINES HUBDLE, 2.U. (Ji.45). — The Feline 11.10, l'ruinise Vou 11.2, Field Balloon 10.13, Kenloof 10.1-, Hell Tower 10.9, Ecpeuter 10.8, John Maseficld 10.0, Bull Kaglc 10.0, Lord Beaufort 9.12, Cable Nowa 9.0, Iiedgc 9.4, Majcslic Fox 9.4, Manoral 9.4, Timekeeper 9.4, Chief Pilot 9.2, Grey Fox 9.2, Baby Talk 9.0, Black Pcn tiieuB 9.0, Jung Bahadur 9.0, Kubba dor 9.0, Prince Stuart 9.0, River Prin cess 9.0, IioHsfield 9.0, Snxondalc 9.0. HOPEFUL STAEEB, 5F., First Divi sion (1.2S).—Barindi 9.10, I|urmead 8.10, Cragwil 8.10, Fabius 8.10, Finn McCool 8.30, Front Line 8.10, Imprint 8.10, Kintuil 8.10, Mindrill 8.10, Nu cliat 8 .10, Scarby 8.10, Simon Pure 8.10, Gunawarra 8.10, Winlake 8.10, Bewitched 8.7, Dhothelion 8.7, Gay Cloak 8.7, Great Mark 8.7, Kinyras 8.7, Lady Vcre 8.7, Mcta Pani 8.7, Miss Victoria 8.7, fiadiaut Ruby 8.7, Boyal Bavinc 8.7, Step Aside 8.7, Vimaire 8.7, Wooloowyn 8.7. SIBE8 PBODUOE STAEEB, 7F. (2,0).—Accordion 8.10, Iron Duke 8.10, Napier 8.10, Nerscot...

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Race Acceptances 2 States RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

Race Acceptances 2 States i ftANDWICK MARCH A U&btibY anrfDICAP, UK .(12.43).—Viccrclic 0.3, Acquittal Boucitli 9.0, Hcadin 9.0, King's Coin 8,13, Port'eet Chatter 8.2, .Elusive 8.., Ellmay Lass 8.1, Freyburg 8.0, Evun dcr 8.0, Marwuri 7.13, Embrace 7.13, liuinuiz 7.11. Triestina 7.4. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 1M <1.20).—Buowutream 9.7, Grey Nurse 9.0, Freedom 9.0, Dynamite 9.0, l'linl unx 8.9, Count Cyrano 8.4, Persist 8.3 My Bequest 8.0, Oksis 8.0, Bouian Step 7.11, Indian Cliiei 7.9, Sir Falcon 7.2 Cheerunga 7.2, Himiui 7.2, Erpingliam 7.0, Wiranya 7.0, One Uj> 7.0, Susan 7.0, Wyalong 7.0, Warrah Gift 7.0. Arkana 7.0. TWO-YEAR-OLD ENCOURAGE, 6F. First Division (1.55).—Kllmay Lass S.7, Maroubra 8.6, Embrace 8.5, Double Dutch 8.4, Huinmz 8.3, Oomari Uairn 8.2, Burgoua 8.2, Announce 8.1, Dinvalia 7.12, Konaua 7.11, Salclias 7.10, Kilgour 7.10, Border Line 7.8, Magic Star 7.4. TWO-YEAR-OLD ENCOURAGE, GF. Second Division (2.30).—Mountain Lady 8.7, Tantalus 8.7, Va...

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NATIONALISATION IS AGAIN THE ISSUE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 March 1949

NATIONALISATION IS AGAIN THE ISSUE (By a Canberra Political Writer) This week's proceedings In the national Parliament provided a dramatic reminder to the Govern ment and the electors that the major Issue of thiB year's Federal election will almost certainly be Labour's nationalisation policy. The ljlinks, the airways, the doktors, coastal shipping and sliip building have been successively tlircntcncd by flic Labour Government with the prospect of nationalisation—although in the three latter cases the slightly chast ened administration has tried to "play cunning" by coming round the back door. This docs not mean that Labot r has withdrawn at all from its first objec tive, the socialisation of industry, pro duction, distribution and exchange. The High Court has merely demon strated the obstacles, and the more politically shrewd members of tlicl Labour caucus have emphasised the clection-losing aspects of the ] olicy. Even the Prime Minister is believed to have acknowledged that it wi...

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