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

//* BUZRGOTT SPRETTER' ... THE[A5YECONOMICALIVA/ TO TREAT FLY S7R/K5 tLAPHAMo MOOKE PATENTS ^^5 HOW 1. Sheep mtm HikwbH tpMal iHf-c losing fitM . ' • Ito emiMl cannot bade oof of th. mm. 2. Operator •*>»•». ^"5^™ saddle Itito place Milnd «h»5> 3. V«lr« k opened end »fcrttan It forced through perforatum In saddle »o ghre rapid ularaHoa wttti complete freedon from 4. Sheep mores oat as another Under arerage condlHom, two men can treat epPMxiiniWir 300 sheep an hour with fhh portable plant. Ifs the modem way to protect your flock, and It will pay yri to pet full details HOWl • Write to-day for complete Information. JafrsttriTiih^ ADELAIDE ST., PETKIE BICHT.BFtS.. B55CI. And at T00W00MBA — BUNDA1ERO — ROCKHAMPTON — MACKAY TOWHSWIU Mid CAIRNI You're As Young As You Look! MARVLON HAIR DYE For Economical Handling! THE Fowler Dumpei The Fowler Dumper handles sand, ashes, gravel, clay .-spoil, scrap metal, gartjage or any type of scrap economically and efficiently. Two types of skips a...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SURAT DEFEATS WALLABIES 13-6 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

SURAT DEFEATS WALLABIES 13-6 (By 3. Iloynihan) Last Bunday Soma's Wallabies Football Club took a number of their players to Surat to play a trial match. Surat won 13-6, mainly because they were more solid in condition. Wallabies coach, Bill Galton, said, however, that he was "particularly pleased" with the form shown by the Wallabies, who he thinks will develop into a solid combination. , Quite a few Wallaby supporters mado the trip. Outstanding players for Surat were Bobby Adams and E. Johnson in the backs, and forward Collie. These three men are not new to Boma football. Wallabies best were P. Htzgibbon, G. Bukley, Tresidere, "Poppa" Pryor and G. Hoffmann. The game was played at a fast pace, and players on either side with better condition would have scored tries at any Btage of the game. Wallabies express their thanks to throe Cities players who made the trip and played with them. Hearty thanks also to Bob Butler and the Surat team and supporters. Next Sunday Wattles will journey...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CLUB RE-ELECTS MR. ROTHWELL FOR PRESIDENCY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

CLUB RE-ELECTS MR. ROTHWELL FOR PRESIDENCY (By "L.") At the well-attended annual gen eral meeting of the Boma. Bowling Club on Monday sight, Mr. John H. Bothwell w&b re-elected unop posed for the third successive term. Vice-presidents elected at the same meeting were Jerry Murphy and Charlie Holdway. New treasurer for this year is Bert iieid, and the lion, secretary is again Malcolm Bambrick. Providore George Greenacre was re elected unopposed. No less than 13 nominations Were received lor the seven com mitteemen required. As a result of the ballot the follow ing were elected: Inspector Andersen, D. Braithwaite, E: Crawford, B. H. Harris, E. Pettiford, B. Beid and E. Williams. The president congratulated the new committee and thanked the scrutineers, Messrs. Sladen and Eite. A generous member has presented a clock to the club, thns filling a need of long standing. Members will no longer be able to excuse themselves for late arrival home after bowls on the ground of not knowi...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW TENNIS OFFICIALS PROBING LOCAL SET-UP FOR FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

NEW TENNIS OFFICIALS PROBING LOCAL SET-UP FOR FIXTURES (By "Half Volley") COLLOWING the election of officials at the last week's meeting, tennis eyes in Roma are focussed on the Roma Lawn Tennis Association to see what part the association intends to pay in pro moting the sport in the district this season. Burning question at the moment Is whether or not there is to be local fixtures, always a controver sial point, with court shortages and inter-club and individual petty jealousies and arguments confusing the issue. Last week's meeting resulted in the election of a new president and secre tary, Messrs. J. Iiiggins and J. Moore, respectively. The former accepted the position only under pressure, followed by Jerry Moore in a sort of "under cover" agreement on "if you'll do it I'll do it" lines. As co-proprietor of the local news paper and manager of tlie local C.O.D. branch, respectively, both men could do a lot for tennis here if they want to throw their weight into tlie battle, and ...

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

The New Hudson A Completely New Line of Cars, described as Entirely Different from any Automobiles ever mass-produced, is announced by the HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY, but only one of the Models. The Six-Cylinder, will come to Australia. The Hudson of 1949, Winner of Motor Manual's Reader's Votes as the most Improved American Car of the Year. ^ £& _ HUDSON'S SELLING POINTS:— These advantages are claimed for the 1949 Hudson: A lower centre of gravity than any other American Car. Its roof-top is only 5 feet from the ground to its top. It provides more headroom than any other mass-produced auto mobile. It is a car, which upon entering, you step down into, not up on. It has the roomiest seats. It really cradles passengers between the axles. It has an advantageous distribution of weight that contributes to far better riding and road-ability qualities. For Further Particulars Apply— HUB MOTORS AUTHORISED HUDSON DEALERS - HAWTHORNE STREET, ROMA. PHONE 348. INCREASE YOUR YIELDS! Pickle...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING Eleven (hooters were at the local range on Sunday morning for the aecond stage of Mr. A. J. Campbell'* trophy. The "two Al£s"—Alt. Koy and Alf. Dore finished on equal terms. Atlhough a mirage made It some what difficult for shooters, some good scores were registered of the rifle. It was pleasing to note Tom Mercer back on the range for some practice after & spell, and the boys hope to see a lot more of him In the near future. He has, by the way, lost none of his skill with the rifle. Riflemen arc reminded that the final round of this trophy will be shot over three ranges next Sunday. A truck will leave the Post Office at 9 a-m. Scores were as follows: 200 300 600 Agg. A. Koy (11) .. .. 81 3il 33 105 A. Dore (12) .. .. 31 31 33 105 C. O'Rourfce (16) .. 80 29 33 105 M. Johnson 123) .. 30 28 28 105 W. Albion (16) .. .. 28 29 31 104 C. Townsley (11) .. 33 28 31 102 F. Carne i(26) .. .. 26 26 '24 100 H. Lee (17 .. .. 26 27 29 99 K. Fyfe (25) . ., . . 28 27 &amp...

Publication Title: Western Star
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R.S.L. RACE MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

I Ril RACE MEET Bace programme for the two' day Boma Returned Soldiers' Ease Club £300 Show Meeting, on May 6 and 7, are as follows:— FIEST DAY Bookies' Hack Handicap, £4, Fur long*: For all horses that at the time of starting, have never received a prize, first, second or third, cxcceding £3. First prize £3; sccond prize £1. Nomination 4/; acceptance 2/6. P.O.W. Sprint, £60, Straight 4 Fur longB: Open to all liorses. First prize £40; sccond prize £7; third prize £3. Nomination £1; acceptance £1/10/. VJJ.O. Hack Handicap, £7, o Fur longs: For all horses that at the time of starting have never received a prize, first, second or third, exccoding £5. First prize £5; second prize £2. Nom ination 7/; acceptance 2/6. Air Force Hack Handicap, £4 5 Fur longs: For all horses that at the time of starting have never received a prize, first, second or third, exceeding £.3. First prize £3; second prize £1. Nom ination 4/,» acceptance 2/6. Tobruk Handicap, £60, 6 Furlongs: Ojlen to all horseB. Fi...

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

COIJN (TONY) BRANDT FIFCTRIOHN PHONE ROMA 303 FOB YOUB ZILEOTSIOAZi INSTALLATIONS* BBPAIB8, OODNTSY LIGHTING PLANTS. RffKIGERATOR SERVICE SIATHAM, CHKESMAM m co. fMQMAb Public Acrrnintantii, Auditors. Secretaries aafl Xasattsti SpeeUUste. McDowall 8t, Bona (op. Post Offlcej. Beaident Partner, Mr. 0. L. Killer, AFIA, AAUQ, «*T<; Telephone 966, Bona. CAMPING HOLIDAYS MARQUEE TENTS Made with Berkmyre top and 12 oz. Dnck Wells. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ALL SIZES Write for Prices and Particulars. All you need in CANVAS GOODS in tlxe best etyle and workmanship can be supplied. GEO. PICKERS & CO. PTY. LTD. Or. Ojpps and Ann Streets, Volley, and Breakfast Creek Bridge, BRISBANE, Ib«M Extra Jrti JO—W« WW •I + ^ A. B. Anderson m 0mm 1M. RtBU

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COUNCIL WANTS LOCAL MAN TO SIT FOR HEALTH INSPECTOR'S EXAMINATION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

COUNCIL WANTS LOCAL MAN TO SIT FOR HEALTH INSPECTOR'S EXAMINATION A suggestion was made at the Town Council meeting lad Friday ** that a local resident should be obtained to tit for die State Government's health inspectors' examination in May. The idea—placed before the Cuoncil by Alderman Tramaoehi —was • up ported by the Mayor (Aid. Koy), ho aald it wae prP bably the only way Roma would get a health inspector. Aid. Koy eaia that the advertise ment tor a health Inspector had failed. The Health Department had advised that an examination for students would be held in May and that the council should apply after that si*] "That reads exactly like the other replies," he «aid. "But they should add 'but not for Roma.' I don't know what atop* them front coming to Roma." Later Aid. Koy said the Council should apply to the Joint Health Board tor the services of 'Mr. <Lee until they' could procure a health In spector. Aid. Crawford: II don't think there Is the remotest chance of ge...

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

Rain on the windscreen; bad visibility; wet roads where tyres can't grip quickly enough to stop .in time—and that umbrella blotting out the danger. The moment you step off the kerb carelessly, you risk life and limb. BE CAREFUL-BE CAUTIOUS—and BE SAFE! ItiaGM/lMRISK to cross carelessly issued'by QUEENSLAND ROAD' SAFETY COUNCIL r b linn* Sink ^ HYGIEIICAILY CLEAi? For Lifelong Service This finely made 8-piece solid Silky Oak Dining Suite includes a 5ft. x 3ft. D-end Table, smart 3ft. 9ins. Sideboard, five small Chairs and one Carver to match, with lift-out seats, upholstered in leatherette. The eight pieces complete, ™CE £35/10/ WRIT! FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE NACO AIR-CONTROL WINDOWS CLASS 10 BYRES lAafSlNludGiui; 100 pvfoft. Perfect Veaiitaiioa; 13 k As Poatwp; Egqr lolnitall egd imrowMim. Utm iMte far jwm L0UVRES,T«i «| |» atnmUj wnM ■itWUvCMi m USIHAUAN ESftTES company unted (QTOOBPQBATOD EN BNGIiANI)) mm — yuMmiui— woeu. — m

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

Iroutjn's MfOOUJRU ST RONII Good Morning. ' Wc now Ii.'ivo OH (iisjil.-iv in 0Ur Modern Sliouroonis tin; very latest * WINTER DRESSES * OVERCOATS * FUR FABRIC TOP COATS * THREE-QUARTER COATS » WINTER SKIRTS * COSTUMES. Tour inspection of these gorgeous creations is invited. — SPECIALS For Tbe Tennis Player Tenuis Hal s. White Cardigans. While SliOriK, (Jrcaw Trousers, Dmiiop Sandshoes, White Bocks, SEER SUCKER 6/6 PER YARD HERE'S A SNAP ! ! I MAY BELLE EXCLUSIVE LINGERIE MILANESE NIGHTIES MILANESE PYJAMAS MILANESE UNDERWEAR SHOP EARLY LIMITED SUPPLY ONLY DrtiQyn e- Ls&Hypany DRESSING for preventing and beating BLOWFLY attacks on sheep—it kills the maggots and repels &e fly* HARTON JETTING FLUID " ft highly concentrated arsenical solution lor killing all maggots present In the wool and dsf straying any eggs HARTON SHEEP DIP Kills parasites, remddns effective iora moalmuin period and does not harm the fleece < SOLDSBROUGH MOOT & CO. LTD. (Incorporate...

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SUBSIDY FOR SURAT: WEIR AND LIGHTING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

SUBSIDY FOR SURAT: WEIR AND LIGHTING Mr. J. R. Taylor, M.L.A., has advised that after many months of negotiating with the department he has been informed that a 50 pur cent, subsidy lias been granted to the Warroo SUire Council, Surat, on the cost of building a weir and installing an elec tric light Bystem for Surat. This will assist the council and rate payers considerably, and will be of great benefit generally.

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MODERN TELEPRINTER SERVICE TO BE INSTALLED BETWEEN ROMA-BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

MODERN TELEPRINTER SERVICE TO BE INSTALLED BETWEEN ROMA-BRISBANE i A teleprinter system is to be installed between Roma and Brisbane in about a month's time to replace the old Morse system, ac cording to advice given to The Western Star by the Deputy Director of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. J. C. Stewart). Mr. Stewart said that the decision to make the changeover was in accordance with the Department's policy of providing the most modern telegraph communcation system between the larger proving cial towns and the capital. The teleprinter is a machine seme tiling similar to a typewriter. An operator in Boma, for instance, will type a message on to his maclUne which -will a'so automatic ally be typed oil to an identical machine in Brisbane. The machines can be used cither way for Bending messages, and operators can actually "talk" back and for ward to each other through the mach ines as in telephone conversation—ex cept that the words appear in type before them. Advantages of the teleprin...

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

Warner A Collins THE HOUSE OF GUARANTEED SERVICE McDOWALL STREET ROMA Phone 277 --- P.O. Box87 BO AD PICKS TAVBilAN'S PAINTS FOOTPRINT WRENCHES 6Ibs. 13/G. Ih Wliite, Cream, 12in. 17/6. MATTOCKS Stone, Chocolate S.A.E. SPANNERS 4S/G Per Gal. Sidcliromo djlbs. 14/6 lis. to liu. 35/ Set. ADZES RAW LINSEED OIL BRICKLAYER'S 30/ Per Gal. TROWELS 4iu. 15/6 ISiti. 31/6. FENCING BRACES PURE TURPENTINE POINTING TROWELS lOin. Sweep 17/6 3/6 Per Bottle. 6in. 7/6. 12in. Sweep -J/ PUBE BRISTLE STEEL CEMENT FLOATS FENCING PLIERS PAINT BRUSHES llin. 11/6. lOin. 21/ ~ lin. 4/3; ljin. 3/6, 6/9 BOX SPANNERS 6.A.E. CEOW BARS 2in. 13/6; 2iin. 19/11 iin. to 13-16in. 15/6 6 Feet 23/6 Sin. 29/11; 3{iu. 37/6 Set GROCERY DEPARTMENT LENTEN SPECIALS:— Cooking Salmon, Barracouta, Sardines, Herrings, Kippered Snacks, Whitebait, Rock Lobster, Crayfish, Spaghetti, Sweet Com, Baked Beans, Etc. ONLY LISTER HAS THESE FEATURES/ ft Heavy duty, dirt-proof, ,self-aligning, ball-bear Ins' plnmmer block, (or smoother runn...

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

MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS fob yoxje cordials sura 21 BOHA. ALL DEXHK8 TEUE TTO t.abct. : S. TBAMAOCHI, WTNDHAM ST. ROMA W£LDING WORKS OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS Welders of all classes »f Steel Malle able CaBt, BrasB, Copper, Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Die Oast. Alao Hardfacing to all Wearing Parts FABRICATING TO OBDEB. R. RICHARDSON, Proprietor ARTHUR STREET K. A. McGRATH B. Com. (University of Queensland) AETA, AAUG. Public Accountant, Auditor and Tax Agent. McDOWALL STEEET, EOMA Next Oommonwealtb Bank. Printed and Published by Higgins and Foxlee, successor to Alfred Rolbin Bon & Co. (Western Star), at the office o£ the company, MoDowall Street, Roma, by J. Higgins and T. Foiloo, McDowaU Street, Romt (Established 1887) ANDREW MCGEE 70 Pitt St., & 1 Castlereagh St. SYDNEY Uulk Ready Jiubbed Cigarette Tobacco 25/0 per lb. Copes High Card Flake Cut Pipo Tobacco 38/10 per lb. These Prices Include Postage. Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street. Send Us Y-aur Old Pipes For Repairs...

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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary MRS. OLIVE KIMLIN) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

ROMA-BRISBANE ■ ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary MBS. OLIVE KIMLIN) BBISBANE, Thursday.—We had an exceptionally good day at the gardens oil March 17. Those present included Mesdames S. L. Neil, W. Kieseker (Koma), Thom son, Armstrong, E. Clelland, O. Ober tliur, W. Clark, J. Harley, H. Horlcy, Ben., A. Mailer, E. M. Parker (Bur leigh Heads), M. Hanrahan, O 'Sulli van, B. Logan, M. Seitz, E. McCaffery, D. Kieseker, E. Jones, M. Took, E. ft. Took, D. Sivyer, G. Lyell, V. Sparks, L. Brown, J. Muir, E. Good fellow (Bnndaberg), E. Phillips, E. Harland, D. Johns, M. Myles, T. MyleB (Gladstone), I. C. Ward, O. Kimlin, K. D. Francis (Ipswich), Q. M. Brydges, A. J. Bice, G. Newman, M. Morgan, T. Seltabe, A. Crawford, Offner, O. Butler, V. Curtis (Manly), Misses A. Boss and Clare Phillips. Competitions held during the day ■were won by Mesdames Sivyer, Brydges and Seltabe. Mrs. E .McO&ffery, accompanied by her son Pat, have returned to Brisbane after visiting Bnndaberg. Mrs....

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The Western Star-Gnest Editorial Friday. March 25, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

| $%* W,ttAm $tar~tast (fe^itorial ]| Friday. March 25, 1949. (This week's Ouest Editorial, written by Mr. H. N. Dillon, Eoma busi nessman, and vice-president of tbe Retail Traders' Association, analyses the town's business history over tbe lost generation. Mr. Billon makes a case for the removal of freight and other restrictions which help to increase living costs and thereby retard the progress of country townG. In business In Bona for nine years, Mr. Dillon pre-war was outside manager for W. B. Carpenter and Co., in New Guinea, operating largely from Madang. During the war he saw service In the islands with the E.A.AJF. ground crew.—Ed.) DOMA'S history during tbe past generation has been nnique in that she has experienced three depressions — the depression following the oil boom, followed by "The Depression," topped off by the depression of the war years, when Roma had no nearby large Army or Air Force camps to recompense her for the large number of men and women who had answered...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

IN MEMORIAM JONSON: In loving memory of my   dear Husband John, who passed away at the Roma Hospital on the 28th March, 1942.   Seven years ago the message came.   From one who thought it best, To call our loved one from this world. And give him peace and rest. (Inserted by his loving wife.) SAUNDERS: Killed in motor acci- dent at Mumeng, New Guinea, March 26, 1948. Norman James   Douglas Saunders (Jim), (Inserted by his Mother.)

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R.S.L. AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

R.S.L. AUXILIARY   Nearly £100 was taken by the R.S.L. Women's Auxiliary from their refreshment stall at Primaries cattle yards over four sales, ac- cording to the report of the pre- sident (Mrs. A. Kadel) to the re- cent annual meeting. Great credit was due to the mem- bers who had assisted at the stall, Mrs. Kadel said. Conditions were not the best, with a bush shed the only cover, but not one member had com- plained. Credit was also due to Mr. Dillon, Mr. "Bundie" Parker, Bob Kadel and Mrs. Northfield for their assistance. The year had been a busy one, with catering for five weddings, races and dances a big feature. Healthy financial position of the auxiliary was indicated by the fact that after, donating £100 to the R.S.L. Memorial Hall appeal, the balance stood at £71/3/6 for the year. Election of officers resulted: Mrs. Bob Kadel, president; Mrs. Ashney, Mrs. McCullum, Mrs. Hands, vice-presid- ents; Mrs. England, treasurer; Mrs. Reynolds, secretary.

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TO BE (E) OR NOT TO BE (E) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 25 March 1949

TO BE (E) OR NOT TO BE (E) gHAKEBPk&BE'B ghost rolled ttn ettfly on Friday night as city fatten vemtteody dlacuaed the problem ot ~beee, power-diving anti •Uenaaaio tywh The busy orea torea, it appMxa—but lure's the ■tory M It caine out la oouncil: Ald. Mullavey: Can't we do aay tiilug tint tita tees in tbls town? Xhm ue too nmny.of them, said tkey~ar«a terriblenuisance. Aid. Xramacchi: 3R« sot quite a tow worrying inel Howpver, you've got mow than Z have. Aid. Mullavey: Bess should not )M allowed W:to«come » nuisance. / 'Aid. Xoy:lt's aplty the bees are to don. Perhaps Ald. Mullavey vooM 20i« to liava a by-law imple luiBUd to meet hia requirements. ' Aid. Mullavey I'll move a notice « motion that a by-law be inserted jttsatlowing bnte within the town 0»u-- It a:,fcee flies, enlytwo mil*., : -&Sii'.Tat the benefit of any in torected beo, distance to the' town? boundary ii;tUm|ulles.: This means, of Agra,*bees seen- in

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