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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ' High School tennis last week ret ulted: BOYS, Mitchcll (2S): C. Brinin, M. Harris, B. Pryor, C. FulwooA, K. Porch, G. Woodcrort v. Wentworth (16): H. Brown, C. Kemp, D. Hooker, H. Saunders, R. Fowles, H. Johnson. GIRLS, Mitchell (24): M. Aahney, Gr, Stein, O. Secomb, P. Browne, B. Malone, E. Hanly v. Wentworth (16): D. raicou. D. Donald, B. McliJwan, N. 3hell swell, B. B«nsc. M. WlUUmeon.

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

BRISBANE WOOL SALE REVIEW Analysis of iaat week's Bria bane 'Wool Sale* showed that value* generally were maintained tor good quality fleece* but de clined up to 25 per cent, for in terior quality wools. 'Here are reports from the Brisbane olticea oi two companies. Mew Zealand Loan and Mercantile Co. Ltd., reported that tbey offered 7300 bales o£ average to good selec tion. Principal buyers were from the Continent, with support from Great Britain disappointing. Fair support came a'om local mills on the best length wools. Values showed a pronounced fall by comparison wiUi the opening o£ the series. The best and good wools are now from £> to 10 per cent, while average descriptions have dropped 1U to 15 and inferior types up to 25 per cent, below Brisbane's January rates. Good clcarances were obtained on lower levels. Top i>rice tor greasy wool was for i>7d. Hayrick, from AUgaUiella. Top scoured was 124u. for Belmont from Win ton, and Cameron Downs, from liughenden. t Wmchcomb...

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DR. FEATHER TO SUBMIT REPORT TO COUNCIL ON VICTORIA STREET BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

DR. FEATHER TO SUBMIT REPORT TO COUNCIL ON VICTORIA STREET BRIDGE THfc Government JfredicaJ Heaith Ollicer (Ur. W. W. leather) t>as been asked bK the Council Woiks Committee to prepare a letter to die Council on tfogreu Association recommendation* for the re pair of Victoria £t«et bridge to prevent the dumping of night coil in the town area wing wet weather. This move wii made on Monday afternoon, when a Progress Association deiegaigDn consisting oi the president VMr. K Corte), secretary (Mr, K;Condon), and Dr. Feather, chairman of the as sociation's health pomniittee, waited on the Works Committee. 'liitij wbltt MfciUtfj (All. K.oy)t we man (Aid. W. Aid. A. Crawford As attempt by tlife" tury to submit a eeii to the committee w< Mayor iiad answerei Aid. Crawford, who mittee need not nebel questions, aud that association or anyoi attended council metf the answers themselS Ala. Crawford's held by the Mayor, secretary to obtain' the Town Clerk. These were the Progress Ass...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 April 1949

ENGAGEMENT iWIHIP—WALMSLEY: The engage ment la announced ol Na relic Nanlce Margaret only daughter ot Mr, and Mrs. J. R Walmsley, "'-Dulbydllla," Dulbydllla Siding, to Harold ILindsay, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wtolp, "AJrdrie vllle," Roma. WATSON—BOWEN: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bowen, of Pine Tree Farm, Blyth- wish to announce the en- gagement of their daughter Joan Sophia to Desmond Elliott, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. J. Wat- son of Roma. MARRIAGE McLucas—McINTOSH: The mar riage of Noela, youngest daugbtei of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mclntosh. Roma, to Donald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. McLucas, Dayboro, was solemnised at Church of Christ at 3.45 p.m. on 7th April, Pastor K. Home officiating. DEATH DUNCAN LINES: At Roma on the 6th April, Charles Duncan beloved husband   Catherine, loved Father of Flora,   Nina and Stuart and youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Lines, passed away suddenly, aged 74 years (?) THANKS   MRS. DUNCAN LINE...

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

Warner & Collins THE HOUSE OF GUARANTEED SERVICE McDOWALL STREET ROMA Phone 277 - - - P.O. Box 87 FISHING TA.CK.liE GBEEN " LIKEN LINKS LIGHT: 2/6 for Lu yds. MEDIUM: 3/ for 20 yardB. MED. HEAVY: 3/0 Jur 20 yards. HEAVY: 4/ for "0 yds. EX. HEAVY: S/0 for 20 yards. FINE TEST, 201 be. 60 yards 6/ MED. TEST, 3'Jlbs. SO yards 5/11 HEAVY TEST, 521bs. CO yards 6/11 ALVEY FISHING TACKLE BOX, 10/C CAST IRON BOILER STAND complete with SPUN COPPER BOILER AND PIPING 12 Gallon £7-15-0 Complete JMSU1NG TACKLE JiANGOON riSIilNG KODS 14 to 16 foot FISHING HOOKS Nus. I ll, 2-U, 3-0, 4-0, 6-0, 8-0, 10-0, 12-0, NYLON TBACES 12 GAUGE CAETBIDGii'S GBAND PBIX No. 4 Shot ALPHAMAX ' No. 3 and 5 Shot GROCERY DEPARTMENT LENTEN SPECIALS:— Cooking Salmon, Barracouta, Sardines, Herrings, Kippered Snacks, Whitebait, Rock Lobster, Crayfish, Spaghetti, Sweet Corn, Baked Beans, Etc. SUIT-U SHOE STORE L^IHE HOUSE WHERE QUALITY DWELLS 75 UcDOVALL STREET, ROMA. AD Lines of Footwear Stocked for Men, Women and ...

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COUNTRY NEWS PAGEWALLUMBILLA, YULEBA MITCHELL, SURAT BOORINGA SHIRE CHAIRMAN'S REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

dfllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllUlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllL1 | COUNTRY NEWS) 2 TJ g ^ WALLU.VI&ILLA, YULtBA S | JL jMlVJTJw *" MITCHELL, 6URAT | Siiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllilllllilllllliltllilllltlflllllllllllf BOORINGASHIRE CHAIRMAN'S REVIEW : /CONSIDERABLE progress had been made in the three years since the end 1 of the^ war, despite the shortage of manpower and the scarcity of machinery! the Booringa Shire Chairm an (Or. J, W. Beitg) said in his recent ' review of the Council's term of activities. Mr. Beitz said that, as usual, a' big percentago of revenue had been spent on road works. ' A flood section and gravelling and formation on the Warrong fioad prac tically 'made" an all-fretit her "road frbm Mitchell to Waroonga with the excep tion of a abort section' near Mr; P. Sjmrkes' i>ioperty., |!|ii .would be gravelled as soon as it was possible to get men and trucks on the job. A three-...

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Bowling Notes [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Bowling Notes Last week-eud s 'games on tho Mit chcll riuiB resulted us follows:— Bauer, Uompa^nom, lloiculube 227 v. Brown, O'Nen, Butler 1<5; Auger, Hol combe, Sanders 23 v. Bauer, JNcibcrdiug, JicLcnaaa SO; Brown; Hobaou, C'om pagnoni 25 v. Harris, Williams, Gar diner 20. Singles Championship: O'Neil 10 v. Harsh. 31; Era Kicluirds 9 v. Butler 31.

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YULEBA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

YULEBA (By Our Own Correspondent) The m<>nth(y meeting of the Bendemere Shire Council was held on April 11, those present mould ing the chairman (Cr. Hembrow), Councillors Lahey, Cox, Langton, Wehl, iLimpus, and the Shire Clerk (Mr. R. Grimley). Leave of absoncc was granted to Councillor SJnamon and Smith. The new power grader from th© Main Roads Commission has been delivered and Is now working- on Main Road, No. 2 Division. The new Diesel tractor ordered some time ago will be deliveed on May 15. Plans and estimates of costs for water reticulation scheme tor Wal lumbllla have been received from the engineer and it is hoped that w<hen< materials are available the work will be commenced. j It was decided by the Council that j all dogs in t-own areas be registered i Nominations lor the next councilj elections are coming in slowly, the | closing date for the receipt of nomin ation being Tuesdajr .April 19. Next meeting is to bo held on May fl. This wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

iTIir \w:w\ \\lv> ns'Ujkjm'I'k down . a well, ! A In mi th«> woods li* has tu sell, Won't tb«* KlciiminK. goldon dollars Like In- wii<• riinib^ a tree and hoi* lers. Tin- uiiiti who lotn a oufrh online To wear liim down to ukln and bone, Won'!. It- in health 30 sound and sure As in: who lakcH Woods' Peppermint ! Cur*.

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MRS. H. E. DEAN DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

MRS. H. E. DEAN DEAD Willi the passing of Mrs. Henrietta. Elizabeth Dean, at the borne of her son Mr. Arthur Dean, "Avenel," Brln aop, on Wednesday, & very highly esteemed memtber it this district has been removed from our midst. The deceased, who has been in fail ing health for some time was a mem ber of one of the oldest grazing fami lies of New England, New South Wales. She was bom at Bolivia, in that district, and later married Mi'. J. A. B. Dean. For many years they lived at Mt. Pleasant, Tenterfleld, and came to reside in Muckadllla district, when they acquired "Kweie Downs" craz ing property in 1927. Her husband ! predeceased her two years ago,- and,, she 1b survived by one eon, Mr. Arthur Dean, and one daughter Mrs. F. W. Zerk, of "Spreydon," Muclca rtllln The funeral left from the Church of England, Roma, services at the Church and graveside being con ducted by Rev. Canon A. F. Bva. Tihe large and representative num ber of district residents who attended the funeral...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Wc wish lo advise that wo liave NEW STOCK of Ladies' K veiling Bags, in Black, Blue, Pink and White. For School Children we have Boxes of Assorted Coloured Pencils. We have a nice assortment of Jugs. Salad Bets, Supper Sets & Pottery. All These Axe On Show At FRENCH (PTY.) LTD. HcOowali Street, Roma. Phone 283. P.O. Box 83. NOTICE A l/THOUGH warned not to use A nets, It Is evident this warning has been disregarded, therefore Ash ing in any waterhole on Cralg-gowan is strictly prohibited.—*W» R. waaj SON. - - Triennial Etccboni 1949 1, the undersigned, -Returning Of ficer for the abovementloned Election, hereby declare that the following nominations were received from Can didates for the Offices of Chairman and Members ot the Council ot the Shire of Werroo: CHAIRMAN McCORMACK, James MEMBERS Dlv. 1 13 required) ARMSTRONG, Geoffrey Owen. NEILL. Wilfred Vivian. O'CONNOR, William Croke. WARBT, George Frederick. Dlv. 2 <3 required) BUTLER, (Pierce JUewelyn John. NASON, ...

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R.S.L. RACE MEETING ATTRACTS ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

HSL RACE MEETING ATTRACTS ENTRIES A near-record number ol 78 honra* have been nominated for the Returned Soldiers' Bace Club two-day r&M meeting In Show Week on May 6 and T. The Club Is anticipating an un> usually big meeting, and arrange ments are well in band to cope with a large attendance. Nominations will be published 10 the first twice weekly issue of The Western Star on Tuesday next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

p/ LEFT of the line is the ONLY safe side.... ** How 1 drive Is MY responsibility," says the average driver. y Yes, sir—IT IS—In MORE WAYS THAN ONE 1 Careless disregard of rules of the road—such as the dangerous Instance illustrated above—can cause a bad smash . . . loss of limbs . . . loss of life. And remember, In your very own Words—IT'S YOUR DRIVING and YOUR RESPONSIBILITY! To the careful driver CAUTION and ROAD COURTESY come naturally... no wonder he rides the highways happily and contentedly—and tn SAFETY ! KEEP CONSCIOUS of Road Safety Rules and keep your CONSCIENCE cfearI / f * -t, HiJEEVZUtlfrRCAD IktfTY COUNCIL '>jfI»IJA MADE FOR YOU IN THREE WEEKS In.tWs style or any .style jjyji choose. This new model by La Coquette i«V sample of the tawlo you can have, no matter where yon live, made— frOm~yourown material, or. from' mateiial supplied by La Oouquette. Smart day frbcks, ensembles, costumes, evening weur, sports near and lingerie—all tailor-made lor you, with particular...

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COSSART-HARLAND WIN TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

COSSART-HARLAND WBiTOURflAMENT (By Half Volley) Bruce iCossert <und Miss M. Har land on twhe Oxford Club's American Tennis Tournament held over the Blaster Vacation on the Oxford and Arcadian Courts. Coasert and Miss Harland won the lower section without loss of a set Top section was won n a count sback ] by Mr. and Mrs. Nimmo. They won I by one game Irom K. Pryor and { Miss El. Way and T. Shellswell and Mrs. Nugent. These three pairs finished with 32 games, but Mr. and Mrs. Nimmo had the better advantage qof one game. Cossart and Miss • Harland receiv ing 5 points and fe on their own ser vioe proved far too good and ran out winners by 6-1. 1 m dlasappolnted not to see more | entries for the Catholic Tennis Club's Tournament. Play is the only way to learn find Improve one's ten Ills. • Footfaulting is rife amongst even our leading players, a would like to see umpires more strict about this Issue. After a very pleasant three months holiday spent at Bedcllffe, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

RANDWICK (Because of the Bydney mid week races, no weights were avail able for Bandwick at the time of publication. Acceptors are pub- ! listed in their order of weights, however, with their barrier posi tions.) SOUS HANDICAP, 6F. (1.10). — Eoyai Andrew 8. Cragfiide 4, Elysium 10, Journalist 3, Exalted 1, Mortar b, Trover 12, Persian Prince 7, Respoml 2, Cadet 11, Cumnock 5, Moore Binda 0. FERNHIIiL HANDICAP, 1M. (1.35). —Moua's Choice 6, Corosan 5, Chario teer 13, Clubman 3, Beau Sandy 4. Playboy 10, Ferocious LasB 12, Navdu 14, Marwari 11, Elusive 7, Seraya 8, Beau Garcon 9, Frank John 15, Border Line 1, Fine 2. ADRIAN KNOX STAKES, 1JM. (2.10).—Iolanda 2, Grey Nurse 3, Per sist 1. OasiB 4, Sheba 0, Harella 5, DANGAB HANDICAP, 1M. 6F. (2.45).—Spearex 11, Steady 9. Begal Son 2, Huamight 10, Yamboon 3, Lady Calm 6, Protect 7, Co-Be 5, Beau Felt 1, Arabian Prince 8, BoaVval 4. AJS.Q. PLATE, 2JM. (3.20).—Bussia 3, Courier 1, Carbon Copy 2. WOOLAHBA HANDICAP, 1M. (3.55) —Deed 8, Bold Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

ROM WELDING WORKS OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS Welden of ell claue* of 8te*l Malle able Caat, Brtuw, Copper, Alnminlam. Stainleu Steel, Die Out. Also Hardfacing to all Wearing Parte ^ABEIOATINO TO OBOES. R. RICHARDSON, Proprietor AR1HUR STREET Printed and Published by Hlsglna and Foxlee, successors to Alfred Robin son & jCo. (Western Star), at the office of the pompapy, UoOowall Street, Roma, by J. Biggins T. Poxlee, McDowall street, Roma. ASHBY-s'BICYClES FOR A LIFETIME OF 5 EB VICE J D. GRANT RfcDQWALT. STREET, IWWA A Bright Sign for Slockowiiers Its brightness arise* from the good cheer contained is its message. CATTLE, SHEEP AND LAMBS FOR CANNPN HILL, BRISBANE. Winchcombe, Carson's stock selling organisation is completely efficient and highly successful in_ the results it produces. _ The Stock Department Manager and Ms Staff consistently give clients' consignments the closest individual care. That fact, combined with their thorough knowledge of the business, places owner...

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Race Acceptances 2 States CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

(tace Acceptances 2 States CAULFIELD KJSNILWORTH HURDLE, 2M. U5V. (1.0).—HI iiegis 1.1.3,. Faunus -iu.S, Uor don fox 10.0, Immediate 10.5, Baliiri 10.0, J uiig Unliadur 9.5, Man o War 9.5, Forfar a.4, Hostage 9.3, Meadow Lea 9.3, Baby Talk 9.2, Midhurst 9.2, Verdict 9.2, Hetty Loon 9.1, Gordon 9.0, Hedge 9.0. EZiXHAll trtat. STAKES, First Division, 1M. (1.35).—Air Spear 8.U, Encircler 8.9, High Priest 8.9, Jimmy 8.9, Gay MegBie 8,8, Baracrag 8.7, Social Circle 8.7, Tyrian 8.7, Begal Chatter 8.0, Councillor 7.11, Pcntlanii Star 7.11, PruauB 7.11, Boyal Oak 7.7, Harospont 7.5, Disguise 7.4, GolcOude 7.4. BA1WYN HANDICAP, 6F. (8.10). —Dusky Bose 8.4, On Time 8.0, Aiisu 7.12, Mot Proven 7.12, Tascot 7.8, Felt Sure 7.7, Law Lord 7.7. Boyai Spree 7.7, Harrovian 7.0, Sunawurra 7.6, Pawn Air 7.5, Freydia 7.5, Gay Gipsy 7.5, Naughty Princess 7.5, Lady Vera 7.4, Syrian Sun 7.4, Auburn 7.2, Latcli Key 7.2, tarcoola 7.2, Beau News 7.1, First Glance 7.1, Jovial 7.1. ELTHAM TRIAL STAKES, Second D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

TOWN OF ROMA TRIENNIAL ELECTION 1949 "Tiie jU>cal Government Acta" 1946 to 1S49. (Third Schedule, B.ul. t>) f liliixiilSY notily that, Vn view oi the retirement ol the Aldermen in accordance with '"The Local Govern-, mailt Acts 1336 to 1849," 1 have ap pointed TiiUKSDAY, tilts 28th day n APIOU liiii*, an the day ot Nomina tion ol Candidates i'or tl.o office of: 1V1AYOK OF "IHE TOWN and EIGHT ALDERMEN Nuuinutlon Papers which must be signed by not less than Six (6) Elec tors ot the Area ol the Town ol Koma <uid oe accompanied uy a deposit ol £■5 (ib'ive Pounds in sterling money, Australian Notes, or by 'Clie^ue drawn by a Bank on itseli), will be received by me up to NOUN of the day of Rumination, viz: THURSDAY, the 2«th AP1U1U 1849. Should more Candidates be nomin ated than are required to fill the vacancies a POLL, by BALLOT will be taken on SATURDAY, the 28th MAY, 1114!*. between the hours of & a.m. and li p.m. at the following place: TOWN HALL, ROMA .Dated...

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BATHS SUBSIDY NOW INCREASED TO HALF [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

BATHS SUBSIDY NOW fflCSEASEDTOUALF MITOHELSL, Thursday.— Latest message to the Mitchell . Progress Association 1b a letter frbntfiJIr. J. Taylor, 2IXJL, ad- ' vising that tbe 25 per cent. Got- ■ eminent subsidy for thewerection of swimming baths " to western per cahtV or half ttfe torn cost. tol^ta gtwSltTe' Of'*750 to tlie "Stitch'ell Council, fnrf ther 'aoriatloiu 'ere belkgaoUcited. as weU aeBujjport fo^theeoming ball on April 22, when by that date it is Aoped that tte target will have bean reached. A number of business places In . MliphqlUare changing hands. : On April 1, Mr. Harold Blchardson ' tookover the Cafe and Knra> a^icy-ffroin Ur. O. J. IP. Z>nnj)he&. : Mr. Jack Irvine 1b mating arrange* menf§ to^orchase the lease of .Hotol Richards from Mr. Jack Bogencainp. Mr.. Irvine came. to. Mitchell on the -relieving - stuff of ' the Commercial Banking. Connwiy of Sydney. The Hotel Miteheil wa* also sold recently.

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NEW STAR ON TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

NEW STAR ONTUKSMY The.... first. Tuesday issue . of The Western Star mill be published next Tuesday afternoon. Because, of difficulties associated with supplies of newsprint, the circu lation of . the Tuesday Star will be confined rigidly to net sales, and readers intending to obtain copies in;,advised., to lodge their order? vrlthjhelr newB^gents.oypr the weefcj •i.'flfhe first issue will contain a lull coyer of Ansae Day Ceremonies on Monday, and. a wide sporting .round up,

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