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GOOD ATTENDANCE AT C.W.A. MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

GOOD ATTENDANCE AT C.WJL MEET A General Meeting of the Western Division was Held in the Town Hall on Tuesdayf visi tors including Mrs. A. M. Berry, International Officer-of the QCWA, and Mrs. Phyllis.. I^ardie, who is in charge of the advertising de partment of the Country Women's Journal. Six branches out of 14 were rep esented, and 17 ladies were present. Branch presidents were Mrs .Allan Maiden (Unjune), Mrs. Guyatt (Gran ted), Mrs. Atkins (Eumamurrln), Airs. Fletcher (Mt Abundance). The Roma Branch was represented by the Hon. Secretary, Mrs. Don Beardon and Muckadllla was repre sented by Mrs. 'Cyril Coomber. GOODS FOR BRITAIN Mrs. Berry gave a very interesting account of her work as International Ollicer, and said what a great plea sure it was to receive and pack so many attractive goods for Britain. The Bunny Rugs numbered 1153 for babies born on Christmas Day In Britain, and 400 .more rues had been received too late for Christmas, but Jiad been sent on. .Moat and edible fats w...

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

H S. MCMAHON WENTIST. UTTNTOIPAZ. OBAVBHBS (UFBTA1BS) MrDowall St. — — Ron. FRED PEPPIN (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tattersall'a Club) (SuccRssor to Hatry Hood) BOOKS NOW OPEN FOB DONCASTER & SYDNEY OCT. (Bun at Band wick nn Eiietor Saturday and Easter Mondcy.) ABE YOU ON MY MAILING LlflTt If not, Wrlto: Box 19WW, Q.P.O. | Brilbau. Phone Offle* B.4TM.

Publication Title: Western Star
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SURAT NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

SURAT NOTES Ten thousand sheep axe at pre sent en route to the Ueandarra and Tara districts, via Surat, from 6t. George, in one of the largest movements of sheep from that district for some tiitte past. Becent sales of Wethers in this dis trict included two small lines at <98/ and 82/6, respectively, carrying six and 11 months -wool. Mr. E. H. Thrupp, of Boy lands, met with an accident last week .under strange circumBtttneeB. He was engaged mending a wire fcnce on his properly and liad his horse's bridle over bis arm, when two other young horses came along, and after racing around nearby, one of' tlicsc jumped aver tlie bridle reins be tween Mr. Thrupp aud the horse he was holding. The latter pulled away and in the scrimmage tliut followed Mr. Tlirupp was kicked on the leg and shoulder. He reached home after some diffi culty and after spending a few days in bed paid a visit to Boma for ■nodical attention and X-ray. He is now making a good recover}' from his injuries. Miss...

Publication Title: Western Star
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COUNTRY NEWS PAGE- MITCHELL, WALLUMBILLA, INJUNE, YUEEBA SURAT MITCHELL NEWS MITCHELL GRAZIERS ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

(country newsI |TT^ MITCHELL, WALLUMB1LLA, = ■ INJUNE, YUliEBAi SURAT = i.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii.f MITCHELL NEWS I (.By Onr Own ooneapondentj MITCHELL GRAZIERS ANNUAL MEETING (By Our Own Correspondent) MITCHEU. /Thursday—Mr. C. A. Chambers was elected president of the Mitchell Branch of the ' Maranoa Graziers' Association at the 19th Annual Meeting held in Mitchell last Saturday. The retiring chairman was Mr. H. J. Loughnan. Resignation pf the branch 's sec retary <Mr.' C. A. Macfarlarie) re-' sutled In the election of Mr. R. Mar shall to the post for the enBuelng year. The meeting decided on a motion by Mr. C. A. Nation that 26 per cent, of the industrial levy -be retained. Joy. the district association for emergen cies, and that the U.G.A. make every effort to collect these charges and aVrears already levied. It was also decided on a motion by Mr. Loughnan to recommend that the 0.G.A. president -...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

LETTERS TO THE I EDITOR Sir,— | It is good to see sucli activity in the town in connection with the lornmtio.i of a ProgrcsB Association to Igrlp in the development of this rich area, and your pupcr is to be congratulated on the part it Jins played in koopinjj the publie in touch with such a worthy move. I must confess, however, to surpri.-c, when looking through the election oi officers to find that Mr. A. Pcrrott had not been given an executive seat on the association. Mr. l'crrctt has probably done more for the people of this area in the way of public service than any other half a dozen townspeople, and would be a valuable acquisition to the association. Surely it is not too late for this matter to be rectified? Best wishes, anyway, to the associa tioii aud its prcseiit officials. —Yours, ' PROGRESS.'' [Mr. Perrett was elected to tlic sub committee which will press for tlie establishment of an abattoirs in tiic district, a project on which he lias given evidence before a Royal Co...

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

ALLAN B. WEIR |GIFT SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME DAY D£VjEUD?| ING AND PRINTING SERVICE. Films left toy 9.30 ajn. Beady at 4.80 p.m. Same 3My. ■ I STATIONERY: — Boxed Stationery,with Envelopes, Priced Irorft 6/9 | TBAVEii GOODS: Shoppers, Overnlgiit or Week-end Bags, ' <38/6 *• ' ALLAN *B. WEIR ' FOR PRESENTS THAT PLEASE 76 McDOWALL STREET, ROMA Opposite Town Hall McDOWALL STREET PHONE 3, BOUA R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOT ORS DEALER * Breakdown Service — Phone: Day 3, Night 249 Australia's Own Car This fint pubUc display of Holden U the climax of nearly four yean of interne sad 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. Vfe think that if you list all you want in a new cur to-day, you'll find Holden has moBt of the answen. You'll find the styling you want for this str...

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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

f«r Women Only Dates are in supply again, so these recipes should be tried—and appre ciated. Measurements are Jevel in all recipes. SOFT DATE CAKE: Ingredients: 2 cups plain flour, 1 cup hotline water, i cup margarine, . 1 cup cas tor' sugar, 1 egg, 1} cups chopped dates, 1 teaspoon {baking soda, 4 tablespoons chopped walnuts, pinch salt and a little vanilla. Method: Pour water -over dates and allow to stand until just about luke warm. Sift dry ingredients and mix in walnuts. Cream margarine well and gradually add sugar and cream until light and fluffy. Add beaten egg and vanilla. Add' date mixture, then dry ingredients. Mix well together, turn into a paper-iined tin about 8 Inches square or an oblong shallow tin and bajce in a moderate oven for about 40 minutes '(square tin) or 30 minutes for oblong. Ice with a. thin lemon icing. DAT'E MUFFINS: Ingredients: 2 cups plain flour, 2 tablespoons sugar, z tablespoons chopped dates, 1 cup milk, 1 beaten egg, 3 tablespoons melted margarine...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Irish Concert [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

Irish Concert A grand Irish concert la aid of the B.C. Church and Convent Fund was held in the Shire Ha.ii, Mitchell, on St. Patrick's night. The door takings amounted to £31/6/, Soft drinks, sweets/and refreshments ■were sold, and a profit ,pi approximately £40 resetted. t ' The "programme consisted of &ieh songs and dances, e. violin duet and a piano duet. The concluding item was "^IcNaoi ara'B Band" by, the Convcny ".School boys, under band leader GabriaV^Cif^l6?. A dance followed, and tl$ iiiu?ic . was provided by Kath Connor's Orches tra. The Booringa Planning and Progress. I Association are holding a ball' to-night . to finalise their'effort to raise £750 towards the Mitchcll War. Mom&jial . Baths Fund. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

feeling When yoor stomach is npeet, yon dcoft need sympathy you want relief. Take De Witfa Antacid Powder and see hoar qoiekly yon get it Pain .and <fiaoomfoit «i« Maed at once, Imcbom directly De Witfa Antacid Powder reacbM (be stomach it oentraliseaex cem acidity, And what a different# job led then—thepain snbsideg, the aournacotnfortable feeling is cleared up. De Witf• Antacid Powder ensues relief orerawotmeted period became spedaliogifedieats spread a protective over the ts^r of <he itonadL Thie meftcstfaat farther arid fonwrfion is dealt wilh as it ariae% <be »tawa «d your digestion will be relieved and the "ifnnw*4"1 of the walls of — Atnighttirae, toa,&doaeof DeWitfs Antacid Powder will awe yon from disturbed rest if yoor stomach is meet Keep a tin in the boose always. It it an economy to obtain the giant 4/6 eise which craifainn two and a half time* the qnantity in the 2/6 size. pMtt* ANTACID POWDER Nevtralliu Add Soothes Stomach . Ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

Outstanding' Opportunity TO BUY READINNG MATTER Our Large Range of Library Books must be Cleared. Your choice for 2/ per book. Books of General Intoreet, Romance, Mystery, Travel. Light Novels, Clever Problem Books. Call and Get Your pavoarite Beading Matter for 2/ far Book from the library of FRENCH (PROPRIETARY) LTD Library is Definitely Closing Down. Western Queensland Pastoral and] Agricultural Association PUBLIC NOTICE 1QQHOE is hereby given, that the' Liquor Privileges for the Bomaj Shew, to be held otL the 4th and 5th of Hay, -will be sold by Public Auc-' tion by W. N. Fowles, Auctioneer, at his office in McDowall Street, Boma, on Friday, 1st April, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. 0. L. MILLEB (Secretary) ■ GRANNY shith APPLES HOW READY FIBBT QUALITY 20/ PEE BUSHEL Limited Supplies Second Grade 9/ Bushel. Freight payable by purchaser. ADD EXCHANGE TO CHEQUES. H. W. BOATHELD. BjOX ft, Phone Amiens 18, AIhihUS. GEORGE PALMER late of Quin ton Street. Boma (Pensioner/ de ceased. A CFTER fourt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. Local Agent:~ Maranoa Friendly Societies Dispensary McDOWALL STREET. ROMA PIom 58. P.O. B«x ss (W. J. Sabine, Ph.c., M.P.S., Manager) Pathfinder Spotlight Torch 14/6 Complete. SUNGLASSES COMPLETE RANGE POLAROIDS , 22/3 TO 47/6 ALSO CROOKES LENS 3/6 TO 6/3. III Famous Lavender 12/8, 20/8. 4711 Oology 17/6, 28/3, 64/3 Perfume . Yardley's . Orchis 87/9 Perfume Yardley's April Violet 21/ Household . Bubber Gloves * 8/ Pole Agarol 2/0, 6/3. I$lood Tonic Iodised Sarsparilla 8/7* Summer Tonic Hepasol Compound 8/6, M/6 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEHENI GORDON KERR, OPTOMETRIST iWho has been visiting Roma for many years, has now established his own upj^thdatfe Optical Service, and will be visiting Roma ahd < Diistrirt Regularly. Yon WiH Receire His Personal Attention. GORDON KERR, F.I.O.Q., OPTOMETRIST .Will be visiting ROMA from 9 a.m. MONDAY, 11th, til 5 p.m. THURSDAY, 14th APRIL. WELL KNOWN HA&ANOA CATTLE STATION ' i_ ...

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GOOD ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOLS SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

GOOD ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL SWIMMING CARNIVAL Before a large attendance of parents and children, the second Annual Swimming Carnival of the Roma State School was held last Thursday afternoon. With the assistance o£ Mr. Hooker and members of the school staff a re cord number of events was com pleted. The carnival took the form of a competition between members of the two 'School Houses, Kennedy and Okley, the latter House being success ful by 166 points to 110, In winning the cup donated by Mr. Grlgson, for 1949. Tne head teacher (Mr. A. V. Cramp-' ton) In introducing the Regional Dir ector of Education (Mr. A. Quymer), thanked all those who had helped to make the carnival such a success and congratulated the children on their splendid efforts and true spirit of sportsmanship. Highlight of the afternoon was the presentation of trophies by Mr. Guy mer, Mr. Guymer congatulated the children and expressed the hope that >they would, continue their swimming in the years to. come . On behal...

Publication Title: Western Star
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

TOWN TALK Great reports to hand from Mel bourne ot prowess of Roma Gun Club president iveitb Cameron, o'l "Aronu, who attended the Champion of Cham pions CAust. National Championship; Clay Pigeon Shoot at the .Australian Clay Target Club's Grounds, Bast Burwood, Melbourne, on March 12. There -were 160 contestants and the championship wsa shot at $0 clay pigeons from 16 yards douljle barrel. Mr. Cameron returned % scbi-e ot 66 kills out of £0 and tied for seventh. I place. ' :j' On the same day he was'. & member of the Queensland team, xyhicti cap tured tlie Australian Yearns Cham pionship from the crac^tj ■Victorian team i>y one point. %t: . , Keith was tlien selected^ to repre- j sent Australia in the in Teams' Match, which on March 14, and shot at.;) [gets xroiu lii yax'iis. He returned the excelle 92 kills out of 100, con Australian team of lf>. England, Ireland, ScoBUad, and Wales took part but reaufljji are not I yet known, all shoots belnjsjcpnducted on home grou...

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Battle Over Bottles! COUNCILLORS SLATE LEAGUE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

Battle Over Bottles ! COUNCILLORS SLATE LEAGUE LETTER A letter trom the Returned Soldiers' League to the Town Council was described as "offensive" and "insulting" by the Deputy, Mayor (Aid. W. D. Wright) at the Council's monthly meeting on Friday night. Aid. Wright said that no good purpose could be served by. re plying n the same terms, and that he thought it should be {reated "with a certain amount of contempt." ^ The letter had complained about the recent lopping of the memorial bottle trees in Wynd ham Street. It was decided that the Council acknowledge receipt o: the letter and the 'League (be informed that it was necessary to lop the trees periodic ally as and when they interfered with the overhead wires and that t<he Coun cil would continue to care for them in the future as they had done during the last 30 years. Extracts from the R.S.L. letter, which wa^ addressed to the Mayor, read as follows:— "It is the considered opinion of members that such action as was re c...

Publication Title: Western Star
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MITCHELL JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

UIXCHELI., JOTTINGS Mr. and Mrs. Be# Laurie returned from their honeymoon on Saturday 'b Western Hail. Mrs. Laurie was for merly Miss Glare Weetcott. Another couple just back from their honeymoon are Mick Curtis and his wife, irho was formerly Miss Bita Treiie. Noticed MieB Joyce ColviUe back from holidays. Miss Eileen Barnes also of: the Mitchell Exchange staff, left on Monday's Western Mail fo.r her annual recreation leave. Miss Daphne Boston is at present' holidaying a^ Bundeberg. ^ j ern Mail. The C. P. Noon's, of Malga Belt, left by train for holidays on Thursday night. They were accompanied by Miss Margaret Caskey, of Avalon. Mr. W. Kellock, of Surprise, left by plane for Brisbane Saturday. Miss Hobart was also a plkfte passenger.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

Appointment of Cattle Salesman And Connby Organiser It is announced by Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. that Mr. D. J. (Dan) Collins, who until very recently was associated with Slessar & Company, Chinchilla, lias boon appointed to the staff of their Stock Department in Brisbane as Cattle Salesman and conn try organiser. Mr. Collins has had very extensive experience in cattle in this State, and is very proficient in the arrangements and organisation associated with cattle sales, as well as being a first class judge of cattle generally. The opportunities now created through securing the services of Mr. Collins should be very beneficial to Goldsbrough Mort - & Co. Ltd., who, during the last few years, have con siderably extended their activities in the Btock business throughout the Stut o. and no doubt the association of Sir. Collins with the Company will be the forerunner of further extensions of their activities. Mr. Collins is at present enjoying a well-earned ho...

Publication Title: Western Star
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INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

INJUNE NOTES (By Out Own Oonospo&dout) Injune was ■ hive or activity during its annual carnival week with most country folk in town, and well groomed horses out ex ercising a familiar sight. Public and bant holidays were granted, and a school holiday was iiakcn on uie second day ot Ibe car nival. It was most fortunte to have fine, u somewhat hot weather, tor the whole ot the carnival week. This would also be appreciated by those uLtenumg the open air pictures on tdu Wednesday night, shown by Mr. files' travelling itex x'ictui'es. ana oy .nose, especially the children, attend-! mg Cooper's open air merry-go lound and sideshow each night of tae week. A lull and varied programme was .drawn up ,lor the occasion and in addition 10 ribbons and trophies a bum Oi. £300 was set down as prize money, for a, record number ot com petitors. A pieasing feature was the number o£ nominations attracted irom com ■iietitors' outside the Injune district, contestants Including riders from Mitchel...

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WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

WALLUMBILLA (From Our Own Correspondent) I Lust Tuesday night thoBc gathered in the local hall were privileged to hear siu outstanding address oil the future of "The Man oil the Land," in the light of present political develop ments li.y Mr. A. A. Chrosby, Country Party Organising Representative. Councillor ft. Hcmbrow, who clmired the meeting, summed up the general feeling of those present when he .said: "Our speaker to-night lias been adver tised ns a brilliant interstate lec turer. "After hearing liim there is no doubt that not only did he live up to his reputation, but also bis speech whs something out of the ordinary, and should liavo been heard by everyone in this district. "Mr. Chresby has given us some thing to think about and, I hope, some thing that will stir us into immediate action." After Mr. Chresby's address a branch of the Country Party was formed, and it was decided to organise an open air meeting to take place be tween the finish of the campdraft and the start of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

THE SlMLALLEST BUSINESS CAM - AFFORD A "PROHCTA" nil Price £12/10/. Th« 'TiotacU* tin Ttctnii all ea*h and credit tale* ... Caih paid ia or out . . . change gimn . . . end lb* mualwr d Ian (In 4mm la opened. II vnardi yoo and Tout aaditante from Ion ei •iter. It cod be ssetm) j loefctdi Welltnad* and beautifully finished In SlUcy Oak. Further details from Jackson & O'Sulii van PTY. LTD. Printers, Paper Merchant* Mannfaefnrfng Stationers tUM QUEEN ST.. HltlSIIANt Telephone 0 2463 o.P.O. Box 1402R

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S CONSTITUTION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S CONS11TUTION rOLLOWING on last week's record attendance at the public meeting * to form the Roma and District Progress Association, The West ern Star prints in full the Associaton's constitution, including amend ments made at the meeting. Election of officers to the vari ous sub-committees, which could uot be printed last week, because of space limitations, are also In cluded:— The preamble lo the Constitution lists the objects ot the Association as tollows: (a) To promote by all means in its power the development and pro gress o£ Roma and District; lb) To support Loua lAuthoritics in any manner which will further the interests o£ the Town and District of Roma; (c) To support any movement which has for Its object the .welfare of the Town and District of Roma. It specifics that the Association is non-party, non-politlcal, and non sectarian. I (d) To raise money to further the functions of the Association. The remainder of the Constitution reads as follows: The ...

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