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WALLUMBILLA GRAZIERS PROTEST ON MIGRATION AND ABATTOIRS ACT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

WALLUMBILLA GRAZIERS PROTEST ON MIGRATION AND ABATTOIRS ACT MOTIONS of protest against the priority discrimination of the ■ Federal Immigration Department towards rural employees entering Australia, and against the acquisition clause of the State Abattoirs Act were unanimously passed at the general meeting of the Wallombilla branch of the Maranoa Graziers' Association held in Wallnmbilla last Sunday. ' More than 25 members attended tbe meeting, which resulted In the reelection of the president ( Mr. Ii. McLennan) and the secretary (Mr. Ch It. Smith). Mr. McLennan in his report said tliat I from the U.G.A. viewpoint the main | issues for the year included the con tinued rise in wool prices. The promise of the Federal Govern ment to distribute profits of the plan j had been reasonably satisfactory members. This latter was a matter of | approximately £ 30,000,000. Presumably this amount would be paid to graziers in a lump sum with its consequent high taxation. The U.G.A. was still ende...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

IT 'IU IUw tha Classified Cohunoa of Tb* Waaler* Gtir. Ranrite prov» «haJr tutivt _Lu»j ueH* - v. aSwrasfdsus r doub ■nooth, stood? lets. fat M Miction, vrtU— AUBTEALIAN 00. LTD., ESTATES BOIEA NOTICE TO BOTTU USEM ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHOB STBBBT, BOIU 7BQHB 218 Agent* Qneenslsnd B&tterie* Pty. Ltd. Oar, Badio, • Hoasclighting and Motor Oyd# Batteries. Diamond Dry Batteries. All melee*. Types and Sizes, of Bat teriee Rebuilt, Bepalred and Be charged at a reasonable cost, all work guaranteed by a. Battery Expert. All Testing, Fitting- and Distilled Water Ikee. BENT AX BATTEBIEB AVAILABLE DAUY For AUYwEngiaeering STEEL WOES TO YOtTB OBDEB. (Wcite Us For Quotations) STEEL WATEE TANKS STEEL TAKE. STANDS 8TEEL M0T0B GEIDS (Immediate Delivery) .. NAPIER BROS. DALBY. Head Office Phone 167. Factory Phone 407. DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS THE BEST BY TEST White Leghorns, 14/ dor., £2/5/ for 50, £4 per 100; Auatralorpg, 15/ doz, £2/10/ for 50, £4/10/ per 100; Bhode Island Beds, 18/ d...

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FILM NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

(By Air Hail from London) Laurence outlet's "Hamlet" lias bees chosen as the best picture ' or IMS from any source by tbfe British Film. Academy. Awjurd for tbe best Brltisbplctore has been won i br "Xke fallen rUM.-*'' Best documentary Is 'Sttbert Jlah ertye "Louisiana Story" and a special award tor work outside the feature and documentary field's gose to 03. Xnstrnctlonal's "Atomls Physics." ♦ # * "Hamlet," produced and directed by its star, Laurence Olivier, has been outstandingly successful all over the world since it wag first shown in London last May. It has been awarded the Hollywood Academy Award for the best picture of the year. New York film crtice selected Laurence Olivier as the year's beBt actor for his performance in the film. Among the many major awards "Hamlet" has received is the "Grand Prix" of the Venice Film Festival for the best film of the year. At the same festival Jean Simmons was voted best aetress of the year for her perform ance as Ophelia. Presentation of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

"V-fc iTi»ip%i " 'I.' 0 '■ ■' ' J" 1 a • . ' "\ '■■" titied R.A.C.Q. Garage; Towing Truck Available Day or Night $ . . Phones: Day 54; Night 173. iHiHHiii'' Ford Dealers PAM1L y bigtand's mightieel tractor is now arnfl able In MTBRd models to suit every fctrmlng requirement Choose from the faflur gearratio*... from the wide range cTwheel aqidpment and lyre rises, and obtain the tractor that Is Ideal lor the conrthjoms On Your lann. Our illustrated catalogue gives full details of cdl modeli of fi*~MAjOR". 60i write far tt TOIMY1

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir, Please grunt uie a little spnee to say how interested I have liceu iu reading your Kifty Yenrs Ago To-duy column, especially the advent of Rutledge as Member for Boma in our State Parlia ment in 1899. I wonder how many "Romans" of to-day know the circumstance!! con nected with that election. The facts are that Mr. B. King, mine host and owner of the old Court House Hotel, known to-day as the Empire, w&b the man who pioneered the politi cal Labour Movement in Boma as far back as 1892 to my knowledge, when he held open air meetings in Boma every Sunday night, using bis hotel buggy as a platform. He waa of the old school when men were men, and tbeir word was their bond, and was known as Honest "Bob" King. Now in 1899, the party brought in the Labour pledge, which had to be signed by the candidates on the dotted line. "Honest Bob" took this a a slur on his honour and integrity and re fused to sign, with the result that Bill Lawson stood as the endorsed...

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WELCOMED TO ROMA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

WELCOMED Id'ROMA A deputation representing the .. Progress Association, , Town Council and CountJyf Wfcmeh'it Association welMWsd Rom»'» new Maternal and Chi|d,W*Uari» Clinic Sitter {Mr*.* Phyllw Deigh ton) on her ,airival gt Tuesday ; ni^ht ,Mrs,l}el«toton, who la a triple cer tificate nurse, took over the clinic on Thursday. She' bail two children, who ai-e being put up' at the C.WJL Hostel, while she' has been slven pri vrte acommodatlon in the U>wju.„ ,, Mrs; Delphtoajj valuntewed Cab the] Koknk. Cllmc ®u't|r pubUtity^yiVtoJ to reporti oi it& t&eatenea closurfc be cause ol staff ah^rtagM, when the Progress Association went direct t9 the State Health liinlsfcer (Mr. Jones) and the Governor (Sir John I<ava- j . Tuesday night's deputation' oon- I fisted oi the Assoalatlon'e president, j Mr. P." Corfe and Mrs. Corfe: . tfte eecretAry Mi. 'Dick Condon «64 Mr*. Condon; the Q.C.W.A. WfcbttHi'JJrti elon president, Mrs. R. a. Maiden; the Kama Q.W.A. vice pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

EASTER SPECIALS Large Easter EggB, attractively decorated cac'1 Snail Easter Eggs, ae above - eacIi 16 on. Has Edgell Green Peas - - - eac'1 1^3 30: tins Edgell Green Peas - eECk ^ 14 oi. tins Tyae Herrings in Tomato Saute each 2/1i 4 M. tin* .Norwegian Sardines — - -- - ettcl1 V® 4 o*. tini Norwegian Kipper Snacks ea<:'1 28 os. tins IXL Pie Apples - - — - - each 1/9 1 lb. bundle* Pure American. Greaseproof Paper — - each 1/4' BIG BUYING MEANS BIG SAVINGS 1 ease Bo«*Ua brand Assorted Jams contains 4 doz. li lb. tins — case 73/ 60 lb. tins Hibiscus Clear Honey .... .... . .. — — each 46/ Add Freight and Postage Free Packageing and Delivery to BaiL ASSoauxtOF wi fflmnojun) pabtoeal buppmbs pit. ltd., BOWHV ST„ BRISBANE. FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LID. Track, TrwUr ud Agricaltnral Implement Engineers DRAYTON STREET, DAW, PHONE 108. FARMERS! TRUCKOPERATORS1 / If jro* in considering purchasing a track we suggest yo«» inspect en* range of reliable used vehiclw. Just call at our Drayt...

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NEW POSTAGE STAMP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

NEW POSTAGE STAMP Vmr 6/ portage stomp* wfli te at Mto «t all nfflrtal post offices OH MMiaijj April 11 - The Deputy Director of P<i«t» and Telegraphs (Mr. J. 0. Stewart) said this1 week'' that the new design would feature th^ Coiwnonwealth Coat of Arma.' . ajisK Tat the convenience of philatelists, Sttpplia« of the new stamp were being •eat to all official jost offices where they could' be obtained, ujSon request,' on and alter April 1L - At non-official post offices, the new stamps could be bought on the first day of side by glvipgt sufficient previous potieetothePoitmaster, who would obtain the necessary stamps from the nearest offleial offiee. Because of the limited demand for stamps of this value, supplies were not being distributed to the ernstier office* except npom re j—t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

Publisher* Notice The Western Star will be printed an Thursday of next week instead of Fri day because of Easter holiday arrange menu. Advertisers are requested to send in notice of changes in advertisements by Monday. LEICHHARDT RABBIT BOARO 'TENDERS are Invited for ttiepur chose of a quantity of used wire netting, 1J Inch mesh. .Tender* close with Chairman,' Lelchfaardt Babbit Board, Roma,' on April SI, at 4 P-m. Netting may be Inspected at Chant's Farm near Racecourse, (Horna. Lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. S. G. V. RATHEONS Superintendent. Upper Karma Bnslmans Carnival Is Aid of Mitchell Ambulance and Injune Buih Nunc TO BB HELD AT "CHARLIE'S CREEK" via MITCHELL April 16 & 17 1949 1—MAIDEN CAUP DBAFT of £ 12, Firtt Prize Cnp valaed at £8, with £5 added money. Second Prise £3; Third Prize £1 and Sashes. Nomin ation 18/, 8—BULLOCK BIDING. First £3, 2nd Prise £1/10/ and Sashes. Nomination t/6, timb permitting ±—ADULTS' BENDING BACE. First Price £1, 2nd 10/ ...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

TOWN TALK Mr. and Mrs. Allan White and sons of Noona* returned home on Monday alitor a holiday spent in fledoliife» re turning by Wallangarra and Warwick. Visitors .to Boma for the week-end train DaJby included Mr.. And ilrs. S. Hawks and Mr. and Mia. Pat WyM. Mr Hawks, of the Dalby Carrying Co, together with i'. C. Williams, of noma, inspected several houses which, uv unuer consideration for removal in one piece to new locations,lor tjieii wsoxs. . To Did farewell to Bob Badgery, .his many friends joined together and gave him a. very bright party at the Commonwealth Hotel on Thursday night last. Boh, who has been in; Homa lor the last 14 years, was ex tremely popular and will be s great loss to town. Be Kit "for Bfla hpna the' same night, anfc wan fare well^ at' the railway' atatlon.' 'Bob will shortly be Admitted ai' a' aoli cltor and Is joining the staff of Bris bane solicitor, Mr. £.' R. Cuppaiflge. UllilltllllllllllllUIIIIIIIlllUllllllllllllUII It's high time TownTalktbsaad 'a ...

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CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

CAULF1ELD NAEONG TEIAL, 9F. (1.0). — Thistle 8.13, .fcaatorn I'riuce 8.12, Steadinond 8.12, JustuittrJt 8.10, Vali ant lUade 8.8, Gay .feLegsie 8.0, Ir regular ».C, Bernaiuw U.i, Henley 8.2, Kama IS.2, Euphony 8.U, Jb'ux Junior 8.0, Picasso 8.Uj iiattle Tuit t.iri, Un a Molly 7.12, Titarangi 7.12, Acquitted 7.7, Arab Chief 7.V, Silken's juaut 7./. TWO-YEAE-OLD HANDICAP, 71. (1.35).—Tartan Crest H.O, uuncn 8.u, tierene Star £.5, Winlake 8.5, Not Proven 8.3, Victory .Law 8.1, Bebounu 7.10, Syrian Sun i .U, Trial 7.9, 1'ree Kick 7.7, Gay Venture 7.0, Siranye Words 7.5, Bun Aura 7.5, Wooloowyu 7.5, .bewitched 7.6, MindrUl 7.3. ST. KIXJOA HAJOJICAP, 2M. (2.0). —Clement 9.0, Goldeu Ueni 8.1, Culius Fride 7.12, Ckatsol 7.11, Bolivia 7.i), Bun llaven 7.8, Logical 7.ti, UlamiB Star v.2, JUruin 7.U, imperator 7.0. GORDON STEEPLfaOHASE, 2M. (2.50).—Henarca 11.7, Quixotic li.a, Wangaratta 10.10, Nicety 1U.7, Prior ity 10.7, Bronze Laddie 10.5, Jeving ton 10.0, Kingly 9.10, Kubbadar a.lo. Don Di...

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Drome Permit Granted [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

J Drome Permit Granted Tha Daparfnent of, tha In terior thie week iaaued tha Town Council with the necaaaaiy. per mit to bogin work on the con struction of the propoeed t»m • poary atrip on the naw aite along Northern Rrad Witbin a short time, larger type of aircraft at present unable to' use tbe existing drome, will be able to land in tbe town area. Tbe Mayor (Aid. Koy) said it was hoped tu begin work tliortly after Eaater grading the surface. With favourable weatber, 10 days would be all tbe time. required to lay* tiie strip.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

"EAST or J8&F MULLAVETS ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT MINKS "By Their FUvonr Shtyto la Kmv." 0<M MedflUirt BJtJulMt Thr»e lrti aa& XliM tela. OertUle&tw . ■ • HdbMBM BfASXtw. OottfiMtw &A4 19WW. MULLAVEY & |T Ohmrlet St. Bonn.— »—»f ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

Horn* perri&Qint wave kit will enable die womerf of Roma to give themselves one of the fin est permanent Stoves they Have ever had. Full instructions, Good r&tlltt. Complete Outfit 19/6. Refill 10/j Obtainable from— & SON Atn 2

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PHOTOS BACK HEALTH MOVE Night Soil Dumping in Town Area Criticised PROGRESS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE CALLING FOR SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING TO DISCUSS EMERGENCY PLAN FOR VICTORIA STREET BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

Night Soil Dumping in Town Area Criticised PROGRESS ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE CALLING FOR SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING TO DISCUSSy. EMERGENCY PLAN FOR VICTORIA STREET BRIDGE PHOTOGRAPHS thnrinp night toil feeing.dumped in lustily 'dbg pit* io the town area bttuue ol * the nntrafficable condition of the Victoria Street Bridge leading to the sanitary depot were pro duced by theGoternment Medical Health Officer (Or. W. W. Father) at the first meeting of the fall executive of the Roma and District Progress Association, held in the Town Hall Cotmai Chambers on Wttfeetday night Afttr heated di*to»«oii tiie meeting decidtd to ■ approach die Mayor (AU. K«jr) atlaaj him to call a ipecialcottndl meeting to weetamlttotf atintt deviation mJ ducm thcinatttc. . - If thecouncil u unable to offer any suggestions for obtaining limber allegedHto fte'delaying repairs $ &e t>rid».'tbe as* 6ociation l^thencoiitact die Minister for Health and Home Af fair* with a view to obtaining a apeclalpennit for t...

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AMBULANCE ELECTIONS ATTRACT RECORD POLL FOR COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

EUECHtONS RECORD COMRDtTEE A Ttcdftf of 13 -nwmln atlons i»T«'ii$|Si:JNifcii'Wd for elec tion to the coinltfftlMof the' iW>ma Attbttlance Brigade, thi poll fox which will be emcPndaft on Stoy 16; Six of the present committee of •even are seeking re-election, while reven other nominations have been re eived. Interest in the poll will almost' equal that of the Homa Town Council elec tion, . which will also be held next month. Present committeemen who will seek re-election are Mr. P. 3, Flnnigan (chairman).- Mr. J. J. Morphy, Dr. W. :W. Tastier, Messrs. T. J. Muli vrey, H. Farmer and A. Anderson. TheretficttC-conimltteanuui is Mr. & B. Collins, oldest commlttee aaa, who feujufved continuously Cot sa'VMirt ttkoe hla election in 1117. Next oldest eommitteemea are Mr. J. J. ttnrphy, who is tlie brigade treasurer, and D*. Feather, both of whom hare been- on jthe board for 26 3TMM. ' ' V '■ 'i, The ehainMh' (lCrV Kaiigim), re garded at the" oi&afelilng brain behind the br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

CRIBB & FOOTE LTD. CENTENARY SOUVENIR ISSUE WINTER FASHION 1849 CATALOGUE 1949 will be ready early in May. If you want a copy of this out standing publication, packed from cover to cover with keen merchandise values, fill in details requested and forward copy of advertisement to us right away. HAME Mr. .... Ml'S. Miss - Postal Address CRIBB & FOOTE LTD. - IPSWICH - Q. BOX NO. 57 P.O., IPSWICH. B-8. Wm^WT^TTT. ij • ' - •• - With Winter Approaching Now b thff time for - Hot Water Bags, good quality* moulded and reinforced .. 10/6 . Cod liver Malt and Oil .. 3/6 &! 5/6 Irish Mo^EmwUioi) * ,hm rr»" «»■* •. > >* • ■ • • • 3/ Cossana, Children's, Laxative Syrup .. <. .. 2/ ' Baby Cough Syrup'... .. i • Whooping .CoughSyrup . .I-/7' Anti-Bisan, Influenza Cold Preventative .. ... .. .. .. 11/9•; Janes Sander s & Sm Phone 2. FAMILY CHEMISTS. P.O. Box 3!. The Firm with ovar half a century '• service to the Msraaoa District., . . . ro Houim OF C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

iBAKHmsaioir by death (Seal Property Acts of 1861 to 1812) NOTICE is hereby given that appli cation has been made tor the Registra tion of Transmission of Title to the Lands hereinafter mentioned. Parti cular! of such application are given below, and, any person desiring to op pose may do so by lodging a Caveat on Or before the day speeded, at the Offioe of the Begistrar of Titles in Brisbane. Name of Deceased Proprietor: JAKES HEWITT, late of Hopewell, Hodgson. Date of Death: Uth January, 1948, Name at Claimant: William Ben jamin Hewitt of Pineland, Mitchell, as Devisee in Trait. Description and Situation of Land Poru. 64v to 69v, 39v, 68 to 64. and anbntbap pOr. parish Hodgson; allots. X, 7 and 8JL E to A 8 to 11, see. 9, town Hodgson. Sstete Claimed to be Transmitted: Fee-simple. Particulars of Will or. otherwise: Will dated 8rd January, IMS. ■ Date within which Caveat may be lodged: 17th Hay, 1MB. Begistrar of Titles Office, Brisbane, 2nd April, IMS, B, H. DYBALL A PACK, Solicit...

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COUNTRY NEWS PAGEMITCHELL, YULEBA, MSCKADILLA YULEBA NOTES (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

'MIIIIIIIIHIUIIIIIIIIlllllHIIIIIIIIIHUIlillUIIIIIIUIllUIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIII' ICOUNTRY NEWS MITCHELL, YULEBA, 1 MUCKADILLA iiiiiiiHiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiitiiiittiuiitiiiiiiiiimt. YULEBA NOTES i (From Our Own Correspondent) A most successful rodeo was con ducted. in Yuleba on Saturday in aid of the Racecourse Improve ment Fund. There was a good crowd present and competition was'very keen. In the Novice Oampdraft 48 com petitors took part, and 37 contested the Open Draft. The' ju&ge,' Mr.' Peter Smithi of Wallumbilla, had a difficult task, as liorsouanship was of a high order. How ever, be did' an 6x4eUent job and, his decisions were very well received. The buckjlimping and bullock riding provided ample thrills,' dncT the! Speed tests resulted in exciting finishes. Eoma Ambulanco bearers were in at tendance, but, fortunately, no serious injuries were sustained'. A few ridere suffered bruises and abrasions. The Yuleba Women's Auxiliary pro vided very tasty refreshments...

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Race Acceptances 2 States RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 8 April 1949

Race Acceptances 2 States RANDWICK f AIBFI£luJ txjx&itMJUf, Uj:., .First Division (12.15).—rieid Hoy H.O, fav our 8.6, Corosan 8.3, Monas Choice 8.U, Betinue Valiant Lee 7.7, Ar tois 7.4, Auuwuu 1Uulutsu uiew Mountain Lad/ 7.3, Club Man 7.2, Biverfel 7.2, Honesty 7.0, Torrens V.v. Trieatina 7.0, Magic Star 7.0, In formal 7.0. WARWICK XBIAL STAKES, 1JM. (1.20).—Sir Alex 0.0, Firearm 8. Tattling 8.12, Crackle 8.11, Ever Faithful 8.11, Double Strength b.li, Botherham 8.11, Grand Beau 8.9, Mc garon 8.0, Nahas Mahal 8.9, Indian Chief 8.4, Benvolo 8.4, JJandewar it.'-. Le Frere 7.11, Erpingham 7.11. TAmrZEtt) HANDICAP, OF., Sec ond Division (l.ou).—'i'lie uucueas 8.V, Cragson 8.5, Boncith 8.o, Achilles 7.11 tfeau Sandy 7 .7, Cornchard 7 .5, Lonely / .4, Editor 7.3, Wavda 7.3, Thunderer 7.2, Aurelia 7.2, Dickens 7.0, Mew Look 7.0, tierayu 1.0, Holder Line 7.0. Cypriote 7.0. COBBIX'-LY HANDICAP, 1} M, -(2.30).—Bnowstream 8.10, Urey JtfurBe a.ti, ±'reedom 8.4, cool Sir l.b, High Welc...

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