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AMERICAN HANDICAPS NOW FASHIONABLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

! AMERICAN HANDICAPS NOV FASHIONABLE (By "Half Volley") With bo fixtures this season the American handicap tournament is all the rage at present. A suggestion has been put forward for some clubs to hold a selected pairs handicap. A good idea indeed, as this tourna , meat could provide some very interest ing tennis with the top graders paired (by the committee) with weaker play 1 era. This' week-end another American ■ handicap ladies and. gents mixed doubles will be held at the Oxford Tennis Club courts. Entries so far have been very satis factory.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

fSphwl RAC.Q. Garage: Towing Truck Available Day or Phonic? Day 54; Nig^it 173. Authorised FAMiLT Will* lot nitutraud Catalogs* England's mightiest tractor is now avail able in several models to suit every farming requirement ChooBe from the four gear ratios... from the -wide range of wheel equipment and tyre sizes, and obtain the tractor that is ideal for the conditions on Your farm. Our illustrated catalogue gives full details of all models Of the "MAJOR", so write ior it TODAY! QniaAmi obMbuton, BUZACOTTS (QLDJ LTD. Ask for details of the Rotary Hoe Attachment

Publication Title: Western Star
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,— One caiuiot live in a district for over 50 yeats without witnessing] many changes... In the early years of tliis century! the Boma district was being developed: from its virgin state by pioneer selec tors on small blocks of land These pioneers were not afraid of work and really did a wonderful job in opening^ up the district. Eowever, quite a number did not succeed be cause the selections were too small, especially for green country, with many blocks of only 80 and 160 acres. Despite setbacks many of these early settlers acquired more land and did succeed, Now that the land throughout the district has beea freed from prickly pear, and has been developed to . a point where it could support a larger population on reasonable living areas, we are witnessing the other extreme. Thousands of acre* are being bought iw and held by a few men who can best b« described' as "land grabbers." In many eases the land so held is 10 or 12 times in excess of a good liv ing a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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V.P. CROWDS SAW DALBY PIPERS SET PACE FOR HIGHLAND BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

V.P. CROWDS SAW DALBY PIPERS SET PACE FOR HIGHLAND BALL f ROWDED street! brought back memories of V.P. night last Friday ^ as eight members of the Dalby Scottish Pipe Band under Pipe Major David Milne swung their way towards the Hibernian Hall for the Highland Ball, setting the pace for the first big ball of the on coming social season. ' More 700 people packed the hall, the walls of which were colourfully decorated with the flags of all nations, and joined with red, white and blue bunting. The stage, wnich was b«=aut' lutty. oeeorawd with red and yellow zinnias naa as tne main attraction the Scottish Standard aua the flag of St. Andrew, of , buotlaad. . - "* iiie ocutilsh sLuiuuid and the wan Co wall burning tttii; ouili lent lor , the occasion by Air. Duncan Mc iv,1111t,l ut Brisbane. Tne six aebuianies, presented by the matron ot honour lilis. A. B. Urigson) to the Queensland secretary or tue Society 01 at. Andrew (Lt. Uol. <J. ii. Liquiiart M.13.1S.). wa>« came iro...

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H. HANCOCK WON FIRSI 1949 GOLF COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

H. HANCOCK WON FIRSI 1949 GOLF COKiiTlON ii'e >S43 golf season opened last Saturday with a 9-hole boeey ompjtition, N. Hancock winning on . the spin of a coin after a tie had resulted. On Saturday next members Willi play Hie first monthly medal as in 18 hole stroke round. (Drew tor this event will take place at the Cluuhuuse at 1.30 p.m. and members are requested lo be early On ICaster Monday, a tour-ball best ball stableford will be played com mencing at I he same time. .Members should arrange tbeir own partners lot this event. Attention is drawn lo uondiiions ©t future draws; For all event* ehown on the programme where play .is by in dividual ccmpetition, all mem ber* will be placed in the draw unless they notify the secretary by the Wednesday preceding the ' competition that they are unavail able The result o£ tbe draw will tlien app'earin The Western Star. For the 'qualifying rounds of tbe r resident's Trophy, a draw "will t>« made for opponents at Si a.m. on the Saturday ...

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Open Auction Sales For Wool-May Be Out [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

Ooeh Auction Sales For Wool-May Be Oat Tie final report of Ihe «nb Conucitteer.<)l.tlie Australian Wool Qrowflra*. .Council lias recommended Ijhe atandanment of open wool auctions in favour of a system of organist <1. marketing embracing Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom. It recommends that this system operate with the principle of >*rev serve prlc&.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

Thw Extra, JeHs A. B. Anderson ¥ •mmm Lm. ROMA cJa/*SLT feir ju AUSTRALIAN' ESTATES OO. LTD., BOICA. NOTICE TO BOTTLE USERS AND OTHERS *11. BOTTLES WTTB TH* jntADF. MASK AND BHANB tnntamea to nun aobuck. K. S'STiM IS SS mm. mv of tte old BoUlw. ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHCB 8TBBBT, , psora 218 Agents Queensland Batteries Pty. Ltd. 3ar, Badio, Houselightiag and Motor Cycle Batteries. Diamond Diy Batteries. HI makes, Types and' Bices of Bat teries Bebnilt, Bepaired and Be sharged at a .reasonable cost, all work, guaranteed by a Battery Expert. All resting, Fitting and Distilled Water Free. HENTAL BATTERIES AVAILABLE m. DALBY For All Your Engineering - STEEL WbBKTO TOTJB OBDBB. (Write Us For Quotations) STEEL WATER TANELS STEEL TANK STANDS STEEL JbiOTOB GELDS (Immediate Delivery) NAPIER BROS. DALBY. Head Office Phone 167. Factory Phone 407. DAY-OLD PULLETS AND CHICKS] TEE BEST BY TEST Wliite Leghorns, ,14/ doz., £2/5/ for SO, SA per 100; Australorps, 15/ doz* £2/10/ for 50, £4/10/ p'cr 1...

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Stock Up For Easter [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

Stock Up For Easter - Housewives will have to "Stock up to-day in pri.paration.for .the long week-end over Easter, -with all shops pnd businesses closed from to-night (Thursday) until - Tuesday njnorning. The .ueyfU. iollday ' airsUiBrementa will be observed for essentia]'Wvices and eafps, . and special services will be held in all Churches to-mcrrrbw. Good Friday, Tfie report which • was released latet;-3(,esterd^.y, will bo published in full in'next' week's "'Western Star.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

"EAST or vWEST" MULLAVEVS ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're is Favour/' Gold MedaUiit BJNA. 1881— Three lata and Three Brdi. CcrtUieatM BJJ8w—1M7 Melbourne 8rd Prise. Certificate* BJLS. 1#S7-»B. MULLAVEY Sc SON, Ot>rle» 6t. Boma —■— Phone Mf _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

^ THE T0N1 Horn* permanent wave kit will enable die women of Roma to give theinselves one of the fin est permanent waves they have ever had. Full instructions, Good rjuults.. Complete Outfit 19/6. Refill 10/ Obtainable .frofe— JAMES SAUNDERS 8c SON B» M. SOMA. Phone 2

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GRAZIERS ARE BEING FATTENED FOR ABATTOIRS—CHRESBY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

i GRAZIERS ARE BEING FATTENED FOR ABATTOIRS—CHRESBY Many graziers were surreptiti ously donating to the I«abour Gov ernment because they hoped to get something from then, unaware that they were like the cattle they brought to sale, being fattened for a political abattoirs, Mr. Arthur Ohresby, Country Party organiser, said during an address at the Com bined Agents sale In Boma on Mon day. Talking to more than 40 cattlemen during the lunch hour break, Mr. Chresby said that no clearer proof of these things could be found than in tlie Abattoirs Bill, n Bill introduced by a so-called Labour Government, which represented the grayest danger ever yet to face the grazier. Waving aloft the actual copy of the Abattoirs Acts Amendment Bill, Mr. Chresby said that under Section 15 of the Bill, the Queensland ileat Industry Board or a local board had power, where they could satisfy the Governor in-Couneil that cattle were not being supplied for slaughtering in sufficient numbers to meet. reasonabl...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

TOWN TALK *|v> skirl of Scottish pipers parading thr:ugh tbe streets, the thunder i ..fctWo-toy race meeting tbe revelry of "big-time" balls and pri vate *•&£•, wad tbe offleUl opening of tbe gef and football seasons, Boma ( Ust '^Mk, bedeckeS in her very best Autumn finery, stepped out for the I lint gty wb&l ot (ill oncoming social season. j A bit breathless, Town Talk, .re viewing events fromthe comfortable distance of a day or two, hands out social bouquets to the Highland Ball Committee for Friday night's spiritedj affair, to the Boma Amateur, Eaco Olub President's Dinner "do" at the School of Arts on Friday night, to the' club itself for its ultra-exclusive Satur day night "hop," and to Brooklands Bobin end Don Scott for their Younger Set pre-ball dinner at the Common wealth. Getting.down to business. Mr. Lloyd was the gonial 'host at the BA.B.G. President's Dinner to committeemen and their wives. Visitors included Mr. Jack liason, Hr. and lira. Sheridan of ...

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AMATEURS HAD SUCCESSFUL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

AMATEURS HAD SUCCESSFUL MEETING UNDER almost ideal weather conditions, the Roma Amateur Race CIuu hcid a highly successful two-day race meeting last week end, visitors coming from all parts of the district to attend. A total of 4U horses were entered lor both day's Hiring, and seven book makers were inntlcndaiice. Main event of the ini'rt, tile President's Trophy lor Harks, over seven furlongs, waB won liy Mr. II. Sutton's five-year-old elieslnut gelding, Swan Joy. Minor places were filled by Mrs. H. O. Everinghanj's Mubweeinah, who finished one and a half lengths away second, and Misses M. and F. Bovcc'i Kui-ra^undi, who was four lengths away tliird. The time for the race was 1.3] 2-5 sees... The \viuuer was decoratcd by Mrs. W. M. Robertson. A particularly large number of women visitors attended on both days, colourful frocking adding to the gala air of the meeting. (For iiesiilts bee i*; ge o; Crocking highlights oi the first day's races inducted:— jiLrs. JtL. O. J^veringliaiu, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LTD. Track, Tractor and Agricultural Implement Engineers DRAYTON ^STREET, DALBY, PHONE 108. FARMERS! TRUCK OPERATORS! If yoll are considering purchasing a truck we suggest you inspect car range of reliable used \ chicles. JustcaH at our Drayton Street Premises or ring Dalby 108 and we will arrange a demonstration. We extend easy terms to a| proved buyers. CALL OR PHOIE NOW! FOR GREATER PROFITS "GERESAN" dry seed dressing— 1. 8ttmul&te» germination sad stronger and healthier planti. £, Improves grain quality and increases the yield. 8.' Prevents seed rotting tod decay and protects the ' young seedlings. 4. " GEBE8AN" treated seed does not elog or block drills. " : J DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Incorporated in England) sou sisrsiBxrro&s. NO MATTER Nomatter which occu pationyou follow, busi mn girl, executive, - jiwwewffr.or factory worker, you can save yourself energy and inconvenience by using a Common iWnMi Banlc Cheque Account. Just a few...

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YULEBA (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

YULEBA ! (From Our Own Oazrespondent) Mr. Max Clothier presided over. the third annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the B.S.S.A. I.L.A., held on last Saturday. There was a Rood jiHcndnufO. Their object is to ercct :i memorial hall to the (intimated value of £2000. The president (Mrs. F. K. Cox) read her report recording the activities Of the organisation during the past 12 months. She thanked her able secretary-trea surer (Mrs. K. Hurst) and all members who by sheer hard work had attained such a Rood crcdit balance. Mrs. Hurst then read her report, which showed the sum of £610 in the bank. Other speakers included Mr. Max Clothier, Mr. J. Cann, Mr. H. Langton and Mr. F. R. Cox. After the meeting was brought to a close a dainty afternoon tea was served and competitions and euchre finished off a pleasant evening. Mrs. J. Stafford was winner of tKe competition. Mrs. W. J. Taylor aid MrB. L. Miller were winners of the cuchrc tournament. PBfiSONAL ITEMS Noticed back in town after a...

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RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

KANDW1CK PRINCESS HANDICAP, 7F. (12.45). —Harella 3, Grey Nuree C, Persist 11, Silverfel 2, Haurette 10, Tartan Girl 8, Oasis 6, Parloua 6, Sly Miss 12, Susan 7,. Joneybrook 1, Gift 4. VAUOLUBE HANDICAP, IF. {135). —Comie Court 6,Jlio Fe 7, Earl Pen theus Ekdarra' 16, Belli Cherie 26, ltfenelik 3, Uranium 12, Open ing 15, Vermeil 13, Befaima 18, Hol land 17, Edinburgh 5, Bray Law 20, Carribbean 22, Chronicle 24, Polar Star 27, Count Fleet 10, Tomboy 11, Nell Gwynae 14, Eloquent 23, Oberon 21, My Hero 25, Haiadale 4, Maldoru 9, Over land 8, Cheerung& 1 8IRBS PRODUCE STAKES, JF. (2.10).—Dielcens 1, King's Coin 12, CorOBan 9, Crag Son 5, Field Boy 4, Socrates 3, Neroseet 7, Clubman 6, Golden Brew 8, He Duchess 11, Lady Pirouette 13, Vicereine 10, Adela 2. AUTUMN STAKES, 1JM. (2.45).— Bnssia 5, Columnist 6, Plausible 4, Dark Karne 8, Bruce 3, Silver Link 7, Sane tns 2, Transaction 1. DONOASTEB HANDICAP, 1M. (3.26).—Columnist (4) 9.10, Filipino (2) 9.6, Comedy Prince (16) 9.i, He...

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Race Acceptances 3 States [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

Race Acceptances 3 States (Weights, with acceptances, bave been obtained for all Brisbane races, for Melbourne, only acceptances and barrier positions could be obtained, but the horses axe published in their -order of 'weights. A similar position ap plied to Sydney, with the exception oi two main Saturday races and the Syd ney Oup on faster Monday, which give acceptors, weights and barrier posi tions.) REMINGTON WINXON HUBDLE, 2M. (1.10). — £1 Begia 10, Gordon Fox 1, Sir Wil liam 13, Niblick 8, Hostage 9, Baby Talk 14, Curtain Call 2, Golden ilarn 4, Hedge 5, Bed Bambler 12, Boram bola Lad 7, Jung Bahadur 11, River Princess 5, Saxondale 6. ■lUVjjMlLii HAXKjuiOAP, oF., First ■Division (1.60).—Alter Dark. 6, Bar dim W, Cauace 11, Devastate 22, jbros •), Fashion Hiug 14, Glen Devon '■17, ttarteus 12, lllingerry 2, Ivors 13, Latcn n.cy iU, Marcus 2 J, Priuce Ben 7, i'rince Woutl 17, Raider U'J. Jiunuriu si, Sidlaw 4, bunawarru £8, Wink o ilie tSky Uti, Auburn Dalray lti, i'leei Wind 21,...

Publication Title: Western Star
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EAGLE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

EAGLE FARM NOVICE HANDICAP, 7F, First Division (12.30J. — JJ1J Gallitu U.fc, Clousion Law 8.11, Lacings S.h, Mr. Thunder H.2, Biawurru 8.0, Doralo 7.12, Aquilliuu 7.10, High Coui maud 7.8, Crowndule 7.0, John's Uojiu 7.6, Arvadalc 7.5, Bond Murk 7.a, Likewise 7.4, Cape Colony J.3, i'iauu.i 7.2, Devil's folly 7.0, Markoiogy 7.u, Bardobris 7.0, Ureenaiamic 7.u, Laura a 7.0, Kunativo 7.0. NOTICE HANDICAP, 7F„ Bocoiitl Division (1.10).—James Corljuu 9.0, Gay Laurie 8.8, Tuileries 8.4, Vuldc cara K.2, Snow Ann 7.lit, Austral Sim 7.11, BartoL 7.10, Bakadue 7.7, Buzz ard 'a Bay 7.7, Master Bine 7.0, King Sou 7.5, Voluble 7.5, Maudilla 7.4, Movie Star 7.3, Four Sips 1 .z, i.un Warratt 7.0, Niiinsky 7.0, Fel King 7.0, Kelwyn Lady 7.0, Madam Butter fly 7.0., NOVICE HANDICAP, 7F., Third Division (1.50).—Bi'vcr King 8.12, By uiount 8.5, Little Falcon 8.2, Ingle wood Lad 8.0, Clover Leaf 7.12, Pat maud 7.11, Bright Sovereign 7.8, Plov hero 7.8, Dark Warrior 7.0, Treasurer 7.6, Binkeno 7.5, Last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

GENUINE CLEARING SALE — ILLAWARRA DAIRY HERD, PLANT, ETC. THURSDAY APRIL 21ST, THURSDAY Commencing 11 a.m. sharp. Account Messrs. T. J. & L. H. CRAWLEY, MONMOUTH, CHINOHTTiTiA. property situated 4 miles from Chinchilla. 29 XDamaa Cows in profit; 10 Illawarra Cows, springing; 7 Hiawarra Heifers, 1J-2J years; 1 Bed I.M.8. pedigreed Boll; S Draught Hones. PLANT includes 2J Lister Eero. Engine; 2-8 h.p. S. Cross Engine, over head draw shaft, pulleys and belting; No. 4 M.D. Separator (Black model); Genorator; Tandam Disc Harrows; S.J.Disc Plough; 2 SJ. M.B. Ploughs; Scuf fler, etc. Quantify Plain and Barb Wire; Wire Netting. Various items too numerous to mention. This is an extra good quality herd, mostly all young cows. All cattle bred from registered bulls, and all one brand. LUNCHEON OH GROUNDS. SLESSAR & CO, Auctioneers CHINCHILLA 3500.... FIRST CLASS QUALITY MIXED CATTLE ... 3500 The whole "Clyde's Creek" Station Herd for Stralghtont Unreserved Sale by Public Auction...

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MOVE TO REFORM ROMA TOWN BAND [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

/ MOVE TO REFORM ROMA TOWN BAND tviuvud dni bemtj iiiduc m re form and reorganise the Roma Town ea na, now rehearsing under Mr. H. Reid >n preparation tor Anzac Uay, when it will lead the march to the Queen's ^ar*. memorial monument. ■ Tliu secretary (itir. J. J( Graham) said yesterday that ciiuipment valued ■it more than £4UU was avauauie lor the band, consisting US silver plated instruments and a bass drum. At present 16 to is players were expected to take part In the Anzac Day march, and as some o£ them had their own instruments there was :oom lor another tour players. The hand has sot functioned apart Lrum Anzac JJuy inarches since before Lhe war when it travelled to iGharle vllle with 26 members to play In band championships. fifty years ago the town bad two bands, tor. Graham was a member of the Roma" band which travelled to Brisbane in 1802 to get fifth place in a State-wide contest. ' Under Its constitution the band should have a committee consisting of five bandsmen and ...

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