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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

NEWS INDEX .j -SSHBT- w.i^w ■( Jfc- 2:,v&idiig acceptances, Sydney 'sndMelbourne. ; ■*. S:' iafty Years Ago Today, ' AbAiolance Beport. 3P, 4; Jto«mtcBall Cover, Women's J ■ . ■ Comer. ~ i JV6:,Men's4feorts, Bom^-Brisbane trtinrrt^r', ~ ^; iTK" Tt.ttnm Aavenasing. / . P.^ttowitry items, jrew Bnle JSX&VIUS, . ; .. Record wool sale li'sli^gronsy wool was csinlilialied id Goe long on Wednesday. TIic wool was do scribed as superfine greiisy merino, i Comebnclr wool umde 98d. A sparkling eyeful of style — a new, all-providing idea of 10 h.p. quality, comfort and economy . . . Big car appeal 1 Front, side and rear — in every carefully designed line — the new body and new luggage lioot have big car style. The new interior has luxury fittings and deep-cushioned upholstery tailored to keep its smart shape. The new complete ventilating system includes hinged windscreen and controlled draught-free ventilating windows. Backed by the sterling quality of Prefect engineering and th...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS Colombia's "The Swordsman," romantic adventure of the Scot tish Highlands filmed in all the glory of tfldhniODloiir, 'opens «a , Tuesday at the Capitol Theatre. Larry Parks is starred, while «Elle'a Drew has the feminine lead. * Principal supporting pluyers include George Maeready, Hdgar Buchauftn, Bay Collins and Marc Piatt. Support is an exciting murder mys tery 'with a romantic twist, and the novel introduction of a "lie detec tor" device us an aid to revealing the killer's identity, "The Truth About Murder." Bonita Granville playB her firat adult role as the lady lawyer and hero ine, and with an excellent cast and tolling direction, this picture is a real thriller for patrons everywhere. Friday will ho adventure night, with the greatest of all jungle pictures, "Trader Horn," showing with selected Featurettes. Hermes Pan, Twentieth Century Fox's famous dance director, predicts that after the teclmicolour musical "1 Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," scheduled to ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NO LOST WEEK-END FOR AMBULANCE MEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

NO LOST WEEK-END FOR AMBULANCE MEN Within 24 hours over last 'week end'Boma Ambulance Brigade cars travelled 517 miles to bring coun try medical cases back to hospital. Two trips vri'ro made to lnjunc, two to Gunncttin, one 10 Yuleha. To' cap off « Iiukv period. Superin tendent T. W. Tealn tben left for Brisbane an Monday ;ii? cwort to t*vo Roma hospital patients who have been sent- Brisbane* for further Irentinent. Tliey arc Ernest Chant, 46, of Ronm, and -34-vcar-old Mick Quiulan, of Mt. AbuoSajioc. Grain Shed Injury TCiglitOcn-v par-old Clivc Coulter escaped serious injury when his right foot was caught in tlie largo wheel of tlie elevator while stocking wheat at llie Boraa grain filled on "Wednesday jmirning. Ho was treated by Ambulance - bearers for lacerations and a con. tused wound to the toes. Ricliat-d Drcnncn, 12, of Boma, w:ia adniittojl to. lioBpital nfter Auibigance left leg which he received' when he overbalanced and fell into a three foot hole while playing with gome ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

H. R. HOOD (Bog. V.B.C.. Q.T.O. an J Tattorsall'o Clnb) OPERATING ON V.E.C. DERBY & MELBOURNE OUP DOUBLE Straight Oat T.B.C. DERBY Straight Out and Place Melbourne Cap ABB TOO ON MY MAILING LIST! If not, Write: Box 1S43W, G.F.O., Briitm. Hmii OAm

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAT WAVE WAS GENUINE ARTICLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

HEAT WAVE WAS GENUINE ARTICLE A three-day beat wave at the beginning of the "week with suc cessive over-century recordings has probably established a. November record for Eoma. _ . Post Office mnxiiniini recordings were: Monday 103 dgs., Tuesday 108 dgs., and Wednesday 100 dgs*>: .. , . Last year the highest temperature was 100 dgs. for one day in Decem ber. and tlie highest in 1940 was 111 dgs. in January. A heavy shower of raiu early oil Wednesday night broke .the hot spell. The police station officially recorded the fall at 31 points'.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOSTEL CLOSURE DENIED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

HOSTEL CLOSURE ' DENIED Ri'liorl.ii oiitulatin^ that the C.W.A. Girls Hostel would be closed next year were described this week by the Western Divisional C.W.A. Precidout (Mrs. B. fl. Maiden) as "entirely 1'iilhu. " Mrs. Maiden «aid tli«t a new mutrou I for the girls hoBtel Is being engaged. Roth the girls and t-lie boys hnsfcls would be open as usral in 194B, she added.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

UL APPEAL LIST. men's league " District Memorial (Jlub Appeal now amount to more than £1000. Exact figures were not available when ibis paper went to press, but will bo available next week. Further donations are: Kstate late H. H. Busstll (Duarran)' £10; G. J. Laycock (Lorraine, Eumina) £5/5/; A, L. & M F. Warner (Fairvicw), Miss M. M. Flower (Garrabarra), B. Dug gan (State Insurance) eacb £1/1/. MIeb Marjorie Scholefield has agreed to accept nomination for the office of State Pfosldent in next year's Queensland Country Wo men's Association elections.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

or WEST' iS^ULlAVEY'S ARE BEST CORDiALjj & SOFT DRINKS JiV Xtnin Flavour They're in H Favour.'' G'o^H-Hedallist li.N.A. 1B31— Tiiree lets and Three 3rds. Certificates E.A.8.—1937 Melbourne 3rd Prize. Certificates E.A.8. 1937-38. MULLAVEY & SON, ' Charles St.. Soma -—- Phone 227

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

BANISH FLIES AND MOSQUITOES By Using SUPBEEM MOSQUITO 00IL8, 1/ a large box. 8ILVERM0TH will keep Clotlioa tfee of Silverfish and -other Pests. PBICE: 0d. Per F* ket. Procnrable at— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box SI. ROM A. ■ Phono 2

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BIG FUNERAL AS TRIBUTE TO MR. H. S. SPENCER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

BIG FUNERAL AS i TRIBUTE TO ! MR. H. S. SPENCER I A representative and vrci\ at. tended funeral on Tucsdiy marked the death cn Monday night of Mr. Herry Sheridan Spencer, neccnd son of the late Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. 'D. Spencer, mid member of Epmo's oldest pioneering family. Boj'H ill Homa. Mr. .S;.t'ik'iT. wl;n wi1-' 50 y«'His i>(-" ji^o, wns well Known in grnxin;; ;ind funning rin-loas, ;iinl lived liore iiimoM nil his lii'e, cxc.'pt for n period of 11 few years when lie was- interested h\ a grazing property at Sural. He suffered a serious decline in health four years aj;o, but was con fined to his brd^ for only a fortnight before his death. Many friendn of the deee:»sud tnivcl led considerable dUtaiK-es to attend the funeial. Services at. St. Paul's Church and the gravefcide were conducted by the Bev. Caiiou Eva.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Big school building programme here GOVERNMENT APPROVES RESUMPTION OF TWO BLOCKS OF TOWN LAND [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

Big school tiding programme here , GOVERNMENT APPROVES RESUMPTION i OF TWO BLOCKS OF TOWN LAND THE State Government has gazetted approval for large scale re sumption of land as part of a programme for greatly extend ing Roma's State School facilities. The land to be resumed includes approximately an acre on the Wyndham Street frontage from the present State School building to the Grand Hotel, and on the Arthur Street frontage up to Bryant c.nd McLean's. It -will more tlian d.uljle tie present school grounds. The resum ed Jand includes three homes on ' the Wyadham Street frontage, and two homes and the Baplael Street Masonic Hall on the Arthur Street side. In addition 40 itrrrs ni Lines' pad dock has been resumed as tliu tenta tive site fur a new Ilii,rli School. Compensation talks have been satis factorily concluded—but tlic school commiUve. is anxious to jan'cliasc t.lie Masonic which coulil be used ft;r visual education, folk dancing, and nn indoor gymnasium without' I'H'i 1.;; sh...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

ADDITIONAL y% Tqflfnr" Mk SERVICES , :.i.- n;: t„ UiJj,A • .\UJ\.jiI'XL ami Keturu Every Wednesday & Saturday BBTSBANK - DAljBY - CHAKL13V1LLE and Return Every Saturday ^ \ BRISBANE - DALliV - CM AH LEV1LLE - QUILPIE and llclurn Alternate Saturdays Local Agent:— iWLiSS & MJLNUM Ply. Ltd. PHONE 177. THE AUSttiALiAN £SiAl£S CO. LID, SiAlt-WiDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen block and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MLKthANDlSE WUUD: 1 i.> 9'i Jic Jistuico '■—L-uioi^n y our wool to "jfclstutes" Buiiiubu. Our iony swliuy oleics maximum results. Liberal advances made UJJU1USI cnsUcWg CU^J. FAX tiXOCis.; Jjul us ao >our worrying—wo will order trucks lor you, obtain jierinus, truck uud consign your J.''uts to "The Estates," (Junnon iliii, vt'ime uur experienced oussers and salesmen will ensure maximum juices lor you. Bi'OIiii aiUUii.: uuctiicr buying or seiimg, try "Tire Kstates" lirst. We have Bruuck unices Uirougnout lire whole State uud ure ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LADIES' BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

LADIES' BOWLING NOTES Despite \lie heat u)> Wednesday mem bers of the Ladies' Howling Club who attended tho rinkn ;il) claimed to have t»pent a pleauaut ai'teijuoon. Scores:—Mesdamcn Pagt\ Crnwl'orcL Pruden, Nugent 2C v. Mcsduraes Fea ther, Way, Had won, Doyle 12.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SURAT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

SURAT Tlie Warroo Shire Council lias been advised by tlie Main RoadB Commission tliat £3000 faas been allocated for maintenance of roads in the shire in the present finan cial year. Tin* Police Department advit-ed in reply (o u request front fii0 council f«< assume control of the land known Ideally as 1 In* ''police paddock" that tJjcv it lor iJicir%mvj] use. This paddock adjoins the Sural aero drome site, and tlie council needs nd ditiojiul land ou one side for *he dvome, Tlie Chairman (Cr. MeCormackj and Cr. O'Connor Mere appointed as Warroo Shire representatives at Die fcj.W. Local Authorities Conference to be hold in Konia next week. The council screed to support the Booringa Swire's request for a bonus payment on rabbits, and also decided not 1» object to the proposed closure of Surat post office on Saturday afternoon. The Stock Kuules Supervisor re ported that. <Wo# sheep and 7l2f> cattle passed over Sural reserve during Oc tober. 'Tragic Death Till! t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

THIRTY TAKE PART IN PIGEON SHOOT Thirty shooters took part in an extremely successful two-day clay pigeon shoot organised by the Boma Qnn Club last week-end. En trants came from as fax away as Morven and St. George. Highlight of the meeting wan the 1918 Maranoa Double Barrelled Chain pioniship, which was won by K. Cam eron, of Boma. Second was J. Baylias aud third C. Thompson, both of St. George. Trophy^fot t prize was a crystal whisky decanter and glasses on a silver tray; for second a half dozen crystal beer mugs-, and for third a silver mounted pyrex dish. Wives of members provided lunch eon aud afternoon teas during tbe shoot. Besulta of events, in the order in which they were shot, were:— FIRST DAY.—Five bird a/b Sweep: J. Baleigh, Morven, 5/5 1; B. Siddins, Bt. George, and K. Cameron, Boma, both 4/5 2. 1948 Maranoa. d/b Cham pionship: K. Cameron 1, J. Bayliss, St. George, 2; C. Thompson, St. George 3. Five birff B/b sweep: B. Siddius, C. Mitchell (Boma) aud J£. Cameron each 7/...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METHODIST LADIES TO HOLD CHRISTMAS TREE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

METHODIST LADIES TO HOLD CHRISTMAS IEEE The Methodist Ladies' Church Help Society have decided to hold a Christmas Tree on Friday, De cember 3, In the'Slethodlst Hall from 6 to 7 pan., with tea at 5.30 o'clock. Members wlio attended the monthly meeting last Thursday were told that some funds were already in hand after visits to the homes of scholars and friends, and that it was hoped enough money would come in to give every child in the Sunday School and Cradle Boll a gift. Parents will be welcomed at the Christmas Tree. A welcome was extended at the meeting to Mrs, F. Dore, who is at present spending some time in the dis trict, and. wlio for.many years was a very active Society member. Closing the meeting, the next of which will be held on the second ^Thursday in March, Mr. Cheethain thanlced members for their work, and presented the secretary (Mrs. M. E. Miscambfe) With a float bowl on be half of all members as a token of ap preciation of her work during the year. # Staying at, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

DIAMONDS" FOil FLASHLIGHTS OHAKDLEB8 tTT. TiTD. BRIH. Printed and jiublisliod by Higgins and Foxier, successors tn Alfred Bobinson &■ Co. (Western Star), at. llie office of the company. McDowa'.I Street, Boma, by J. Hifigins and T. ItoxlM, ' lUDowall BtrMt, Besw. DAVE MOYES i SAW)LF.R, ARTHUR STREET, BOMA. fijiflillr* fin'7 f-nllars Cnimturliocd Ufii\ (Scfioral :rs. Mc.v Pa<j<ii^v5 •? H»«-ucsf? tin'1 Onoiin on Huln. ur.ri'iw wwompt irrrvnov STATHAM. CHEiSiT AND CO. (BOMA). Public Accountant^ Auditors. Secretaries and Taxation Specia'i-te. MVOowall St.. Poma (op. Post Offico < Tinsident Pnrtnor. Mr. C. L. Miller, AKIA. AATTQ. AAIS. . Telephone 366, Boma. 01LBV For All Your Eogiaeericg Requirements. SX£EL WOKK TO YOUB QBDEB. (Wriiu Us For'Quotations) SrivlOL WATJili TANKS ST lit J, TAMi STANDS STEEL ilOTOii GULDS (Immediate Delivery) NAPIER BROS. DALBY. Bead Office Phone 167. Factor; Phone 407. & S. MCfflAHON i DENTIST. I ■ s MUNICIPAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

For QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, etc. Write for Leaflet* P. H. ED80TT & Co. Ply. Ltd. 360 Qoesn Street, Brlibine for outstanding baking Success... For Shifting the EARTH BR1TSTAND ROTO-SCHAPEBS —lightweight, sturdy. Operate be hind , wheel tractors of any Suitable (or re-tolling orchards, iwtHwy dtni) small tanks, silo pita and all general scooping and level line. Completely controlled trots tractor. BRIT8TAND 8&T SCOOPS —because if the patent hinged *e tin, bring the FULL load over the top every time -without damage to the batter. These scoops cannot draff back silt Into your tanks. < fbij leave the water Plesp and work smoothly and efficiently all the tine. BBIX8TAND PLOUGHS —for outstanding strength In tank work, lire-breaks, ploughing est rabbits or road work. All si see. Our stocks include everything for earth moving and. together with, the equipment featured above, we can give immediate delivery el Grader Ditchers, Drag Seoops, Book Serapers, Fresno...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Kir,— It is pleasing to note that tin; J'ul> lic Works DepaH nient has conimeiii'pd work od correcting tlic present bail drainage of the Uoma Slate Sclmul grounds. The condition of the grounds in wet weather lias for some time bee" the subject of caustic criticism liy resid ents. The School Committee has, however, been fully awnre of the position and over many months has been in contact with the Education Department regard ing the matter, both by letter and per sonal interview. The efforts of the Committee has been mainly responsible for the work at present bcinj; carried out.—Yours, etc., (Sgd.) "CimEN." Sir,— Beading your article in your paper (o-dtiy (12/11/48) re Joe FJliolt and his misfortunes, my fellow travellers any myBelf would like to publicly ex press our thanks and gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, of the Empire Hotel, in this town. After our troublesome journey from Darwin, especially through tlic North west. and West of the State of Queens ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

a^^AAAa*A^^i*iAAJiAAAi & THE IDEAL RADIO TO TAKE WITH YOU ON YOUR HOLIDAYS IS A STROMBERG CARLSON PERSONAL PORTABLE. PRICED AT £19/19/-. OBTAINABLE NOW FROM ARCH1E ANDERSON McDOWALL STREET — ROMA & &* 8 9 '$$%/ unit* tenilieui" m & _ UfSflfiftg -> 99 IflVIGt AvailaMt Fr« J. D. GRANT HcDOWAil STREIT. ROMA NACO AIR CONTROL WINDOWS If LOUVRES BuaJt of SteeJ and {Glut; 100 per cent, Perfect Vcntifetjoa; Wifl $t*s ia Any Poiitioa; Euy fio in&t&U god incyperijtj, Ut m QMto far y«r LOUVRES, Tm i9 k ajretaMy tvprfari atbUvCMl THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY UMTED *| (H^Sa^XRATED Ut SNQLAITD) ROMA WALLUMBILLA MITCHELL INIUNE Calling AllfjSports!!; YOU'LL PLAY BETTER — AND LOOK BETTER WHEN YOU BUY FROM JACK GRANTS SPORTS DEPOT EVERY. TYPE OF SPORTING GEAR. — XMAS TOYS — — BICYCLES — CASKET AGENCY LENDING LIBRARY McDowall Street, Phones 84 and 6^. CHARLES THOMAS DAVJES formerly of Station Street-, In june, but late of William Street, Station Hi...

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