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

SOU*. HOSPITALS BOARD TiNgERS TVENDEBS are-invited for the supply of the following PEO VISIONS, also FIEEWOOD as per specifications, to the Boma, Mitchell Surat and Wal tambilla Hospitals, for the twelve ninths ending 30th Jane, 1050: Groceries, batter, meat, bread, milk, fish, eggs and poultry, fruit and vegetables. Goods to be supplied according to contract conditions specified by the Board, and as ordered. Separate tenden to be lodged for each class of goods, and in respect of each hospital. Torma for tendering available on re quest at any of the abovementioned hospitals. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Ssj Tenders close with the Secretary, Hospitals Board, Boma, on 20th May, 1049, to be endorsed "Tender for Bappllea." J *\ 'Ss*. 'Sa. Pet ja cf Mind over HEMORRHOIDS (PILES) It cannot be too widely known that this di';:rer(5in^ condition of locally dirtended vhins (often called Piles) CAN be promptly relieved. Thw well-tned preparation, Han 7v, !,5 snccially compoun...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

* HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS I " TENNIS (Girls)'; Mitchell (18), M. ^shney,' G. Stela, B. Malone, R. MalcJiett, It. Henritng, O. Secoiiib v. Griffith '(IB). F. Perry I* Malone, B. Philips, G. stein, H. Barter, P. Donald, TENNI6 (Boys); Mitchell (21), 'C. Brlnln," it. Harris, R. iporoh', "B. iPryov, C. iFulwood, G. Woodoroft v .Griffith (17), Pi/Flower. C. Vlpkpjty,. D. Miller, B. Hartley, D. Hennlng, h, Walker. ;

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROMA GUN CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

| ROMA GUN CLUB'S I SUCCESSFUL SHOOT The opening of the Boma. Club'B new ground was a great success, with a large crowd of spec tators and 27 shooters in attend ance. Visiting shooters came from Cunna inulln, Charleville and Morveu, and BOme very fine shooting was witnessed during the day. - Murray Oameron returned uu aver age of 97.5 per cent, kills for the day. which is topnotch (hooting. A picnic lunch was enjoyed by everyone. Results:— 6-Bird Doable Barrel Point Shoot.— J. Page (Morven) 10/10, 12 yards, 1; K. F. Cameron, 9/10, 16 yards, 2j J. Allen (Charleville), 10/12, 12 yards, & J. Baleigh (Morveu), 10/12, IS yards, dead heat, 3. 6-Blrd Double Barrel.—M. Cameron, 5/5, 14 yards; H. Both well, 5/5, It yards, and K. Cameron, 5/5, 16 yards, dead heat JL 10-Blrd DJB. for 12/13 Yard Handi cappers (K. Bassttt Trdphy), and 5/ Sweep for Other Shooters. — Trophy Shoot: Tie between D. Fletcher, J. Page, D. Webster (CunnamuUa), and W. Csrne, with 9/10. In thV shoot off W. Carne w...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. Local Agent:— SPORTS & RADIO Maranoa Friendly Societies Dispensary McD0WALL STREET. ROMA Pkon* 58. P.O. Box 55, (W. J. Sabine, Ph.c.t M.P.S., Manager) YARDLEY'S XarcUey 'a Complexion Miik e/e Yardley's lavender' Talcum 8/9 "Sardley'a logs ticks 8/6 Tardley'a •Liquid. Foundation 6/9, OF LONDON FINE COSMETICS AND PERFUMERY IN FULL RANGE Tardley'a Orchis Perfume 27/9 Yaxdley's Bond Street Cologne ia/» Lavender Soap 2/0 S/S Oake ' Box i'ardloy'i Lavender Dusting Pdr. 12/0 Yardley'a Smelling Salta 8/6 Yardiey'a Make-up 6/6 TO ALL 5., AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your UM awl kULtiUL M/ELWNG. fANU. ttfcAiiNU gone by. im CAStt SERVICE STATION Opposite the Copimnnwcaim hotel* ib Wyumua Otteet. Uouia. jllfe jiave experienced men to do toe worfc. All wcu& ana a tuii range ot ^part farU. Acceeseq#, iyiet, lubes* Batteries aud decond-naod (Lars, inwka and Ugiigies always tor dale, at prices fo «nt alt ior lull particula...

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

vV VMVffffVfVfTVWfl I AC DAT SCHEDULE: J.30 a.m. Dawn Service. 9.00 a.m. Laying of Wreath on Soldier Graves. 10.00 a.m. Ex-Servicemen fall in opposite Railway Station and move off. 10.15 a.m. Arrival at Cenotaph; ceremony to commence. 11.00 a.m. Conclusion of Ceremony; dispersal for Church Services. .1.00 p.m. Dinner at Soldiers' Hall for Ex-Service Men and Women. (This Space Donated by Maranoa Trading Co.)

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football Notes [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Football Notes ley 'Kriftft Ciuard) I .The Mitchell football Club took a team to play the Wattle* 'Cluo in Koma. "two teams of Basketball players also made the tt ip "wuh the footballers. 1'ne il lichen team seems to be Im proving despite the *act tliat a tew o£ the "stars" who played against the Wallabies here Id Mitcnell were unable to make the trip. The boys seem very keen now and our club is arranging for three games to take place here on Sunday, April 24. Two senior teams will play, against Mungallala'and Morven and a junior Mitcnell team .will play a combined Junior' tekm from MungaUala a#d "aioryen. There la little doubt about this last patch but arrangements are now In n&bd' to" try and get a team In Mitchell of under 1< with about a lu stone maximum. Arrangements arc also in hand 'or the "No Hopers" to play the Mitchell team. It is very gratifying to note that players like Nev. Dal ton and hnttty other old itep. players will take part ^in''this friendly g...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

mtfy "EAST or WEST" DLLAVETS ARE BEST MLS & SOFT DRINKS! ;By Their Flavour They 're in Faronr.'' Gold Medallist B.N.A. 1B81— Three late and Thzee 8rd*. Certificate* 1987 Melbourne Srd Priie. OerUfiestet BJlS. 1887-88. itoLLAVEY^&^SDNr' Qhariei Bt, Bona —— Phone 237 J

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

■ljgu_-.. II I WIMTEE IB APPROACHING Procure Your HOT WATER BAG Now. Strong Moulded Bay 10/6 Each.' JAMES SAUNDERS & SON . Bo» gl. BOMA. Phone 8

Publication Title: Western Star
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GOOD FIELD FOR FIRST MONTHLY GOLF CLUB MEDAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

GOOD FIELD FOR FIRST MONTHLY GOLF CIAIB MEDAL On Saturday last Roma Golf Club members played the first Monthly Medal for 184% the com petition taking the form of a stroke round. A better team participated than at the previous week-end, and on^« again the game resutled la a tie and necessitated a count back. T. 'fiale and R. Hart returned the best net and the count back went In .avour' ol T. Teale. Members will be pleased to know t&at the links have received attention from 8000; "four-footea . mowers" (sheep to you), this week and the re sult should be particularly gratifying On. Saturday next members will play for the Patron's Trophy (C. Saunders') the event being a Bogey Competition. This la the first event playe4. under the. new rules for draws andthe re sult of the draw is as follows: Kenny - Alexander, Hart - RylanJ, Hencock-M. Ferrler, Lee-Kemp, Plt man-Teale, Castles-Salier, !P. Ferrler MdCawley, McGrath-Casewell, Corfe Kte'. Marlay-Beattie,

Publication Title: Western Star
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LEAGUE MOVING FOR RE-NAMING OF WYNDHAM STREET TO MEMORIAL AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

MOVING FOR RE-NAMING OF W&DHAM STREET TO MEMORIAL AVENUE A .djPfcgptWB from the Returned Soldiers' League last Friday night ukedth? Roma Town Council tore-name Wyndham'Street Memflpal Avenue, to perpetuate the memory of men from the town and dittgctwho gave their lives in World War 1. Threealternative proposals were submitted to the Council by the League delegation, which made provision for the proposed Mem orial Avenue to include other streets in which memorial bottle trees have been planted. The delegation consisted of the President (Mr. P. Oorfe), the Bee-' ' rstiiy (Ur. A. £, Weir), and Uam. 0. Saundera; and J. D. The Mayor (Aid. Koy), on behalf of the Council, said that the League 'e pro posals would be given consideration. iLeadlngthe. delegation, thepre aldeiit(Mr. Oorfe), said thai it w«a most regrettable that there waa'.a tendency to forgetfulness as .to the. ixoe meaning and signific ance of the trees in' oar Memorial Avenne. "Wevauggest that the re-naming and re-d...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

(j$E Oar Own Correspondent) Beautiful weather favoured the holding of the Campdrait and Rodeo jere on Monday. The attendance was very good and visitors Were present from Roma and surrounding districts. Although there was an absence of outside horses nevertheless there was a numerous array of excellent local horses. Mr. L. lLord of Hornet Bank was judge and his decisions wAre through out the day received with every satis faction. Before the commencement of the day's contests the president (Mr. 13. Leahy) extended a welcome to Mr. Lord to the Showgrounds, He then Introduced Mr. Lord to the competi tors. A very willing band of the Show Society {Ladies' Committee conducted an excellent luncheon booth and pro vided an excellent luncheon and also conducted a soft drink stall. A pub- j lican's booth was conducted by Mr. B. Ingham of the Federal Hotel. A bard working committee bad everything for the working of the rodeo in readiness. The secretary Mr. Weill had everything at his linger tips...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Judge for Show [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Judge f«r Show The Show Society has been experi : endng difficulty In obtaining a judge \ for the Poultry and Dog Section of the fihow. However, the . secretary ' said yesterday that Mr. B, T. Green. o£ Toowoomba, had consented to act r In tlie capacity of judge. Mr. Miller also said tbat the committee had opened an extra elasB In the Dog Sec . tlon for a Utter of pups. TJiie class ' Is described as a Utter iClass. for the ■whole of the living progeny of the bitch (pupj)les to be under 3 months at time of ebow).

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

f he Trots Still On ROMA'S CASKET KING SOLD FIFTH PRIZE <£400) IN CASKET 1335 AND A £100 PRIZE IN CASKET 1334 In Caiket 1309 he told Second Prize (£1000). BE IN IT TO WIN IT BUY YOUR CASKET TICKET AND SHARES FROM Jack(fart McDowell Street. Phone 84 & €6. The Anzac Day Commemoration Committee extend to all Ex-Service Men and Women throughout the Roma District an invitation to be present at a Dinner in their honour in the Soldiers' Hall, Roma, at 1 p.m. on Anzac Day. (This Space Donated by Active Service Motors)

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

The New Hudson A Completely New Line 01 Cars described as Entirely Different from aay 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 Voles as the most Improved American Car of the Year. HUDSON'S SELLING POINTS:— . T., Ihese advantages are claimed for die 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. HARTON DRESSING for preventing end tr...

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DAWN ANZAC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

DAWN ANZAC SERVICE A dawn service will be .held on Ao2ac £>ay < Monday) at the War Memorial.; Alter the singing. o£ two verses of the hymn "Eternal Father," scripture will be read by,: the Rev. McKay, followed by an address by Mr. Parker, and prayers by the Rev. Cheetham and the Salvation Army. The sounding of the Last Fost will be followed by a minute of silence and the sounding of Reveille,:, The usual Anzac Dfiy inarch to the Memorial will be followed by an ad dress by the R.S.L. president (Mr. P. Corfu). ' A League luncheon will be iield In the Soldiers' Hull. j -Mr. C. A. M«cfBriBjie. igft ^Mitchell; by plane on Saturday tb"attend"th4' Sydney Show. Other passengers on the plane to Brisbane were Messrs. -Bert Hansford) Jock Irvine and D. J. Cameron. Miss' Eileen ~ Barnes and brother John returned to Mitchell on-Satur day's plane.

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

r/^BUZflCOTTSPRETTER ... THEfA5YfC0//DMAlWAY TO TREAT fLY S7R/KS CLAPHAMo MOORE PATENTS (elf-dating 0»tM cannot back out of tti Tan. 2. Operator cwlnga perforated tiMi Inn plm behind ifcaep. 3. Valva k opened aid tolaOon b fneri. tfcroagh firiwallm In •addle lo gin nptd Mutation with complete freedom from aplath. . .4. Sheep moree oat m effort* novella. Under average coniHHortt, two mm can tint approximately 300 aheap an hoar with thb portable plant. Ifa the modem .way to protect your flock, and It will pay you to get fall detail! NOWt JJkFffififiMMffllfrnfffaiL ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BlfcHT.BRIS.. B55CI. And at TOOWOOMBA — EUNdXRCRQ — ROCKHAMPTON — MAC KAY T0WNSY1US aid CAIMtt NACO AIR-CONTROL WINDOWS GLASS LOUVRES Built of Steel end Glass; 100 per cent Perfect Vetilation; Will Stay in Any Position; Easy to install and inexpensive Let us Quote for your LOUVRVES. You will be agreeably suiprised at die Low Cost 1HE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED (INCOEPOBATED IN" ENGLAND) ROMA WALL...

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EWAN HITS AT HIGH TAXATION POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

EWAN HITS AT HIGH TAXATION POLICY TAKING into account high taxation and increased living costs, a £500 income in 1947-48 Wi.s worth only £2t>Z In comparison with 1939, said Mr. W. M. Ewan, in addressing a meeting in the Memorial Hall, Chinchilla, last week. Mr. Ewan, who is one of the plebiscite candidates seeking Country Party endorsement for the Federal Maranoa electorate, was given an attentive hearing by a very large audience. The president of the Dalby Elec torate Council (Mr. N. W. Buddcn) occupied the chair. Mr. Eiviin, ill his address, suid that the present jjoliry of tlvc Country l'arty was more in keeping with the polity of Labour under the iatc Andrew Fisher, than the Socialist policy mas querading under the Labour banner to-day. Until such time us the employee rea lised that liis prosperity ov adversity was bouud up with the prosperity or adversity of his employer, the outlook for Australia was not bright. Referring to his fight as Presid ent of the Maranca, branch of...

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MITCHELL BOWLERS DOWNED IN ROTHWELL CUP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

MITCHELL BOWLERS DOWNED IN ROTHWELL CUP (By "L.") Three rinks of bowlers from the Mitchill Club visited Roma on Sunday to play for the J. H. Bothwell Cup. This handsome trophy, donated by Roma Club's President, has to bo won Hvicc in succession in order to bo permanently retained. The visitors arrived at about 11 u'clock and were welcomed at the Rowling |;rccii by the Boina President iind ;i good number of local bowlers. Morning tea, prepared by three busy Vomen and the Providore, was served, and short, sincere .speeches of welcome and response were made by John Roth-well and Doctor Williams, respec tively. j Social games were then enjoyed until lunch time. At luncheon at the Commonwealth Hotel the loyal toast was honoured] and then the toast to the Mitchell Club brought spontaneous musical honours. Mitchell's President (Dr. Williams) reciprocated, proposing a toast to the Roma President and Club. The rafters again reverberated. If the volume of the singing was to be an indication o...

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GUNNEWIN PHONE HOURS EXTENDED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

fiUMWIN PHONE HOURS EXWEi) Mr. C. F. Adermann, hat . been advised by the Deputy Director 'of tPoats and Telegraphs that the revenue from the Gun newin Telephone Office warrant* the following hours of Attend ance: - ! Monday to Friday; 9 turn, to 1 p.m.; 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 fun. Sundays and all holidays: 8 .ajn. to 10 ti .rn. . i The amended hours of attendance began from April IS.

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WALLABIES MASSACRE CITIES TO WIN KNOCKOUT ROUND; CAHILL OUTSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

WALLABIES MASSACRE CITIES TO WIN KNOCKOUT ROUND; CAH1LL OUTSTANDING (by Jack Moynihan) flTlES received their biggest lacing ever on Sunday at the hands of an all-conquering Wallabies team, which ran up 26 points while keeping their own line intac to win the knockout ronnd. Up until r<aiT Limti uitieb batuea wen to Keep the score down to 3 nil in Wallabies tav our, but in the second half the Wallabies ran them into the ground, to score effortlessly time and again . Lack 01 condition, the 10S3 ot half back Ruddy Huffman Just before hull time, on whom the Cities' game is built, the great superiority of the 'man mountain" Wallaby forwards, and the great wing Play and goal kicking of Cahill were four factors wlucn combined in Cities overwhelm ing defeat. Calm was putstanding, and only for an injury to his nose no douot would have .repped ±or ltuma i*st year, jlic is a fine player, out kus injury ot his may keep him out of a lot of football this year. iSilly uaium the Wallaby c...

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