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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

UoK (Haft Im all «prayW>« «ndt, pMl tw Wl, fin flflMtng. Corrmkm muting, wfih oajtKtabl* Ma moIh for dwblt covtrog*. tmaptfc, ptaadf )<H. for M Partition, writ*— AU8TKALIAN ESTATES 00. LTD., SOMA. NOTICE ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHUB 8TKEET, EOMA PHONE 218 Agents Queensland Batteries Pty. Ltd. Car, Eadio, Honsclighting and Motor Cycle Batteries. Diamond Dry Batteries. All makes, Types and Sices of Bat teries Belrailt, Repaired and Be charged at a reasonable cost, all work guaranteed by a Battery Expert. All Testing', Tittlng and Distilled Water Free. j BENT AX BATTERIES AVAILABLE N.B. DALBY For AH Your Engineering Requirement*. STEEL WORK TO YOUB OSDEB. (Write Us For Quotations) STEEL WATER TANKS STEEL TANK STANDS STEEL MOTOR GRIDS (Immediate Delivery) NAPIER BROS. DALBY. Head Office Phone 107. Factory Phone 407. DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS THE BEST BY TEST White Leghorns, 14/ doz., £2/5/ for 60, £4 per 100; AustralorpB, 15/ doz., £2/10/ for SO, £4/10/ per 100; Rhode Isla...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DOCTOR LISTS INJURIES IN SLASHING CASE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

DOCTOR LISTS INJURIES IN SLASHING CASE One of the injuries received by Vince Combarngo in a brawl in Tiffen Street was directly above the region of the heart, and cut'ld have been fatal if the blow had not been deflected by a rib, the Boma Hospital Superintendent (Sr. W. W. Feather) -told the Boma Police Court yesterday. Be was giving evidence in tlie ease in which Colin Combarngo, 38, lab ourer, is charged with liuving unlaw fully inflicted grievous bodily barm to Vince Combarngo, 28, his uepliew, on the night of Saturday, March 8. Mr. y. Daly," A.8.M., was on the bench. In reply to questions from the police prosecutor (Senior Sergeant Nugent) tad Mr. S. B. .Taylor (for Combarn go), Dr. Feather said that he had ixamined Vince Combarngo in the Soma Hospital on the morning of ilarch 9. He was suffering from multiple vounds to the body, a small 2J-inch leep punctured wound on each' boulder, and a laceration on the right orearm extending almost from the :lbow to the wrist, iu which 10 ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMBULANCE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

AMBULANCE MEETING The monthly meeting of the Boms Co&tru of the Q.A.T.B. was held last week, those present including Messrs P. J. Fls^nigan (chairman), F. J. Mullavey, A. Andersen, H. J. farmer B. B. Collins, Dr. W. W. feather, anc the Superintendent-Secretary (Mr. T W. Teale). Correspondence included a lettei from the Downs and South-Westeri Basing' Association agreeing to th( proposal that the Hibernian liace Clul be allowed the da; set aside at Esstei for the Ambulance meeting; and fron the Orallo School of ArtB Committei requesting the loan of an amplifier foi tiie benefit to be held at that icutri on March 18, iu aid of the Soma Am bulsncs. It wss decided to give every assist auce to the committee. The treasurer reported that the ere ■lit balance on January 81 amounted to £1801/10/2. Total received dur ing the month was £321/14/8, includ Ing & £291 Government subsidy. Expenditure for the same perioc amounted to £244/16/11, leaving i credit balance of £1881/7/11....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

ALLAN B; WEIR GIFT SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME OAV DEVELOP ING AND PRINTING SERVICE. Films left toy fi.Sff ajn. Ready at 4.30 p.m. Same Day, . (sTATlbNBRY: — Boxed Statlone»y, with Envelopes, .Boat TRAVsa. GOPPS;. iSreyf"Black, ALLAN B. WEIR FOR PRESENTS THAT PLEASE' Phone 384. 76 McDOWALL 8TREET, ROMA P.O. Box 69. Opposite Town Hall McDOWAI/L 8TEEET PHONE 8, SOMA: R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE ' AUTHORISED GENERAL MOT ORS DEALER Breakdown Service — Phone: Day 3. Night 249 Australia's Own Car This first public display of Hokieo it 'he climax of nearly four yean of intense and concentrated effort involving 'an expenditure of several millions of pounds, we at General Motors Are proud of Holden ; we 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 oew cat io-dav, yt>u'll find Holden has most of the answers. You'll find the styling you want for this etreamlined rfge. You'll find jus...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

#f<u m<p ap toxlair ^TEMPERS had reached the white hot stage in the early weeks of March, 1899, for Fifty | Year* Aflo Today wae the eve | of the General Election* for the | Queensland Legislative Assembly. I J'Yom Bundaberg came word orf a hecllc meeting where a record audi ence ot 1000 refused to give the Pre mier (Mr. Dickson) a hearing despite the pleadings of half a dozen town und district notables. CrleS of "Where's your kanaka, Dickson," and "Pitch Dickson Out" punctuated the uproar, according to a Brisbane Courier report reprinted In the March 18 issue of The Western Star, the meeting eventually break ing up in disorder. Meanwhile in Roma, three candi dates were in the field, the sitting ILabour independent, Mr. Kins a straight-out Labour candidate, Mr. Tjimhii. and the Hon. Arthur Rut ledge, a Ministerialist. "Ther.e are two Labour men in the field," wrote The Western Star editor in no way adverse to letting his readers know where he •tood, "and we con...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

Listed R.A.C.Q. Garage: Towing Truck available Day or Phones: Day 54; Nijght 173. THE NEW THE BEST THAT EVER HAPPENED TO 10 H.P. MOTORING . . . 4 iparkling eyeful of tlyle — a new, all-providing Idea of 10 tup, quality, comfort and economy . . . B!| «i appeal! Front, aide and rear — in 0*07 carefully designed line — the now body and new lnggage boot have bi| ear ■trie. The new interior hat foxnry fitting! and deepeuhioned nphobtery tailored to keep lu •mart shape. Hie new complete' ventilating ayitem incluln .hinged windicreen and controlled draugbt-free Tentilating windowi. Backed by the liter ling quality of Prefect engineering and the imooth, flexible j—— of ita famatu 10 h.p. economy engine the new Prefect to the km that ever happened to 10 h.p. motoring. stir ROOM V LVCCACf. BOOT. Completely wii«rpro«f, IRnahaiad •I alffat hf bun ft»a tell feght. Spar* wlml einiid udw <J+*p Md «dd« lng|t|( alt til. Maranoa Trading Co. Ltd. Authorised Ford Dealers

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FOOTBALL CLUBS ARRANGE SRCATCH MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

FOOTBALL CLUBS ■ARRANGE SRCATCH MATCHES (By J. Moynihan) ■Last Monday night the Annual Delegate Masting of the Roma Rugby, League wu held, but not much buainesc was tansacted as the League is now well for ward. Thanks to a very good league com mittee, everything Is in readiness for the opening matches b£ the season. I have a very email suggestion to make:to the League, and that is the following: i " ; "j .■ I would like to see tAe back ot the nBVr pavilion have a rtew _ mom boards because when it mine tho peopleslttlnp on, the _ jipper seats est w*t. J VrV '-?H: On Sunday next the newly-forme® Wallabies will journey to Surat for a couple of eeratcffi mitches. This is a very good idea, as It wilt give the boys a chance to stretch their less. The two teams will be named Pos sibles and Probables. The truck win leave at 10 o'clock. On Sunday week, Wattles are go jlng to split their club into two groups and hold a (ProbaJbleS anij Possibles 'match. - " * ■ This too should, be a good trai...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

J—^EAST or WEST" UdpMtos ARE BEST CORDlAlS & SOFT DRINKS , "By Their Flavonr They're la • ! Atrar." Gold Hedalliit JUK.A. 1»31— Thtee lsts and Three 8rila. - OertifUate* 18B7 , ' Melbourne 8rd Prise. ?*<.. -JtattOeitte* 1M7-M., - i MllLLAVEY & SON. " Charie* Bt, Bom Ffcw ttt .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

70NI COMPLETE HOME PERMANENT WAVE OUTFIT t 19/6 REFILLS 10/6. Obtainable from— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Btt ML SOMA. PJaone 2

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TOWN HALL WAS PACKED RECORD MEETING FORMS DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT: CORFE EECTED PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

(TOWN HALL WAS RECORD MEETING FORMS DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION ! FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT: CORFE EECTED PRESIDENT ANE of the largest and most representative meetings ever held in Roma on .Wednesday night formed " a Roma and District Progress Association to promote by all means in its potfer the development and progress of the area. A count revealed the attendance at 71, several of whom were ? country residents who travelled many miles to attend die meeting, 5 which was held in the Town Hall Chambers under the chairmanship ! of the Bungil Shire Council Chairman (Cr. G. Laycock). Almost all prominent town businessmen were present Mr. Peter Corfe, who received the Bret nomination for presi dency, was unanimously elected on a vote, after severed had de clined nomination, leaving only himself and Mr. K. McGrath to stand. The meeting adopted a constitu tion drawn up after last month's convening committee meeting witli onl ytwo amendments, and carried - out the electton of .officers for ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

TALK Bungil Shire Councillors at thei monthly meeting on Wednesday, furu welled M{»b Peggy Tbru?)i, a rncmbci of the cbiwcilafcaff/ who will leav< next week to .prepare for her marriage to Don Thompson on faster Monday. The Chairman (Cr. G. Laycock), whe presented her with a cabinet of silvei ■poons on behalf of the council, said he spoke for all members when he wished her all future happiness. Peggy, he said; had been very capable, nnd her services would be rniBBed by tlie coun cil. Councillors Tlirupp, Sheelian, Harms, the Shire Clerk (Mr. Corran) and the Overseer (Mr. Hancock) en dorsed Mr. Laycock 'g remarks. Bawleigh's A. J. Clayton, now In Boma, tells me lie spent five years in Mackay before. coming here, not five weeks sb originally reported. | .. Off to Tamworth for three weeks relieving managership on Monday wne Penneys Don Meek. Family went as far as Toowoomba. Mr. Frazier, International Harvesting Co, made a business trip to town this week. , Be was accompanied...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

MARQUEE TENTS Superbly cut to give comfortable living conditions in all weathers. WHITE FOE PRICES AND PABTICULABS. Complete stocks of Canvas Goods, risking Tackle and Ships' Chandlery are available. ■WHITE FOB CATALOGUE. GEO. PICKERS & CO. Pty. lid. •08 Ann Street, Valley and Breakfast Creek Bridge, BBIHBAKB. Phone 12218-19. PHONE ROMA.3M COUN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN FOB TODB SLBOXXIOAX. INSTALLATIONS, KBPATB8, OOUNTBY LIGHTING PLAHTfl. . REFRIGERATOR SERVICE STAIHAiL CBEESMAN ADD GO. CMBIA)* Poklto Aooosotsst^ ml Tm^lrn1 JCeDowaH St, Boas (op. Poet Ofiea). BasUsat Partnar, Mr. 0. L. Millar, illl, AAUQ. AATB. 9M»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

RETURNED TO THE OWNER ? Hfc'J-In. ^th© r ClasBlflea Coltimna of Star. fOR An experienced driver toys: " Long experience on all kinds of roads has taught me to be con stantly on the alert for Road Hazards, and to take no chances when In doubt." NARROW BRIDGES... DO NOT OVERTAKE OR PASS! Look for Danger! RAILWAY CROSSING GO SLOW ! LOOK LISTEN •

Publication Title: Western Star
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COUNTRY NEWS PAGE- — MITCHELL, WALLUMBILLA YULEBA, ORALLO. MITCHELL NEWS MITCHELL SHOW OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

JUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIItllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIII' IcOUNTBY NEWS! PAGE — MITCHELL, WALLUMBILLA, YULEBA, ORALLO. TMiiiimimmmiiimiiiiiimiiiimimiMim MITCHELL NEWS ! (By Our Own Correspondent) MITCHELL SHOW OFFICIALS Appointment -ot judges for tie JUtcliell Show made at a recent meeting of the M.P.A.H. 6 I. As sociation are as follows: Sheep Judge, Mr. . Leggo;. .cattle judge, W. Hogartli; stewards, I. C. Marsh, H. S. Campbell, S. Henricli and H. Allan horse judge, W. Woods; stewards. A. Hogarth, C, Chambers, B. Harris, A. Donnelly, A. Fuller, L. Fuller, R. GlasBoii mid C. Nation; de puty judge, R. Glasson. Wool: Judge from Dalgety's; stewards, H. Light and E. E. Brumptou, Jnr. Farm and dairy: Judge, W, J, Sullivan; stew ards, R. G. Brumpt'on ,-lnd ' D. -Mc Crcnth. Pavilion steward: J. Berry. I School Work: Judge, Mrs. Wclge and |Mr. Oompagnoiii; stewards, all Mit phell State School teachers. Art: Same as school. Those present at the meeti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

BUY IN BULK AND SAVE MONEY ONE CASE EDGELL TINNED VEGETABLES CONTAINING:— 6 * IGoz. Greuu Peas... 3 it Kljuz. Animru^ua Tijis. 3 * Jlioz. Frcucli Beans. 3 x JOoz. Curruts. ONLY 20/6 PER CASE ONE CASE TINNED FISH CONTAINING:— 4 x 14oz. Tyne Hcrriufjs iu Touiulo 8hucl- . 4 x 14oz. Norwegian Sardines. 4 x 4iz. Norwegian Kipper Snacks. 4 x 7oz. Tyne I'icbIi HcrrinjjB. ONLY 21/ PER CASE ONE CASE SOUPS AND BEANS CONTAINING:— 6 x ldoz. Heinz Baker Bcmus. 0 x H'oz. Edgcll Tomato Soup... 6 x 16oz. lleinz Spaghetti. (j x Itioz. Edgcll Asparagus Houp. ONLY 29/6 PER CASE ONE CASE ASSORTED JAM CONTAINING:— 4 doz. ljlb. tins Roselltt Brand (14 varieties). ONLY 73/ PER CASE All Cues Specially Pocked to Stand Transport. F.OJt. Brisbane. A SP80IALX8BD SEBVIOB TO THE COUNTRYMAN. »\ r; t h m f AB80CIAT»WV*0 qOHBUBLAKD PASTqBAL_BU*'KJBB PIT. VXD., SOTOBf "8S>i BEMBAIW. FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LID. Truck, Tractor and Agricultural Implement Engineers DRAYTON STREET, DALBY, PHONE 108. at mr SIB VICE ifitn...

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ORALLO (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

ORALLO (From Our Own Correspondent) The annual benefit dance in aid of the Roma Branch of the Q.A.T.B. was held in the Orallo School of Arts Hall on .Saturday night and proved to be a pleasant a"d sue* cessfu! function. The humid weather restricted the acT tivities of the dancers In the early part of the evening and caused them to fully patronise tln» ice creams and Boft drlnlts which were on hand. Tho Monte Carlo waltz was won by Mr. nn«l Mrs. Edpnr Herberts and the cht>colatr walls was won by Miss Betty TCupfer. Tli* ambulance benefited to the ex lent of about £24, and the promoters nnd ambulance wish to tender their (hanks to all concerncd. Mr. Alan fllmpson provided the music free of charge with his ampll fler, and was assisted by several local musicians who played extras. , Mr. Colin Ztaff acted ab UXL

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

_ • 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-InchPlat e 3/4 SETS OR SEPARATE IF REQUIRED. ^ ...... WALLETS. NOTE CASES. TOBACCO POUCHES. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS, FOUNTAIN PENS. PENCILS. WATCH BANDS. THE GIFT STORE OF THE WEST. PHONE 145 MeDowafl Street SOMA BY Mohr's Garage Phone 71 35 HAWTHORNE STREET ROMA ■* . IW 71 AIL YOUR HOIOR VEHiCLE A No need to woriy about that hard to get PART . § With our PRECISION MACHINERY — EXPERT II METHODS and KNOWLEDGE — practically all. N part* can be made on the PREMISES — NO JOB T IS BEYOND US. £ A ELECTRIC AND OXYWELPING. I M ENGINEER SPECIALISTS N Q BATTERY RECHARGING t T We VULCANISE all Sizes CAR. TRUCK AND 9 TRACTOR TYRES AND TUBES. I Retreading and Recapping Service—Car TyreJ Only > It ' V 1 V Large Stock Accessories and Parts — Big...

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YULEBA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIiaiMMIl^ ! YULEBA NOTES (By Our Own Correspondent) | The Bondemere Shire Council meeting wag held on March 14, those present including the chair man (Cr. Hembrow), and Council lors Sinnamon, Cox, Langt-on, Smith, Limpus and the shire olerk (Mr. P. Orimley). j Leave of absence was granted to I Councillors Laliey and Weill. As a result of a request of a pub lic meeting held in Yuleba recently tlic clerk was instructed to request Mr. W. J. Beinhold, consulting engineer, to visit Yuleba to investigate tlie pos sibilities of a surface water supply for the town. Councillors Cox and Lim^ton were ajprintcd the council's representatives to interview the Commissioner for Railways when lie visited the town on Thursday, March 17. to discuss vari ous matters of interest. It was docidcd by the council to cull tenders for the grazing lease of Yuleba Tccreatlon ground. Councillor Sinnamon then informed the council that owing to ill health lie would not be able ...

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RECORD DALBY DAIRY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

RECORD MBY DAIRY SALE An outstandingly successful sale of dairy cattle was condncted by Messrs. Knax and "Oompany, Dalby, Jagt Ifliay, when, on behalf of USB* F&1}P an? ?Wp, »f "Phil ttfh" IMm, ^fcyogepeg tyelr Uliiwarra Bert, pgjnjntyed of }0g jjumm milken, principally oij second and third calf, 60 springers and SO attractive heifers. The sale was attended by one of the (ajfgppjt and most fepfeeeutative attend #£uo|bs »f sees. iij the Dalby we a, buyeys pofpiffg ffpft Jpswicjf, Allora, Warwick, Jtyaa, Iifjffne. Plfin $MB», SeH, Miiimwn mi pfter Wpa0, Keen ml gflnofa} sojapsMHog fe Rdtad i» «aally tfce pnegt ogtsfcaoj iag daily cafe evar mm is lfc» Dalby district. A record price of £37 was obtained for springers, while several sold at PVf" £8P for cows fii Pjrofi}; the top price was £37/1/1/ for a rpgisjiepefl (sow fresh in, and £20 to £.30 wnj tl>e ruling pfico fojr fhe cows jn profit. A# #ftFajo#iv(B pw of i£' young inf ers, &i mfflttm pl4, . 80l4 t(> spirite...

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Obituary [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 March 1949

Obituary Mrs. Ann Clayton, who died at j the General Hospital Roma, on I Tuesday, -March 8 was born on I ihe "f-iverpool IPIains, in New I South"Wale# in 188#. | fSfje \vitl) Jier parents to Yngledool S&jtipn, Ney Soufjl Wales, where ahp married Patrick Kyaij and lived In that district for soiiig ypars. ^Wljile Hying: close to Lightning Ricfge, iitfe gave sppfe pretty etoijes, Lg t)ic lat.c Gharlije Nettlpton, which l^tef l^ed tn tl)e <}lscoyery pf the fymtius ygfttnlflg Ft<|ge opal flelfls L^tef op Mrs. Qlaytof) mpyeij \y}t(i liKp husband (.9 tfjg Tftl^ood IJotei ;» QMeepslfifld, aq<| re«14e<? thpKt'f)ntll titer Ijer hu&bajjd'6 4eq%. ShP, lfdter mapfled Ifp. ^rtbqr Clayton, and reside^ Iq the Msnn»o& siBtrlct for the lftst 41 yews; Mrs, Clayton Is survived by two jaughwrs Mid on« son, a eon and laughter iwvins predeoewed h«r.

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