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COUNCIL PRESSING FOR BRIDGE TIMBER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

COUNCIL PRESSING FOR BRIDGE TIMBER Roma Town Council will pi ess Chinchilla suppliers to acceler ate the supply of timber tor repairing the .Victoria Street traf fic and pedestrian bridge. This was decided at laBt week's momnly meeting following a letter irom tne government Meuicai Oi ficer (Dr. f eather) recommending that tbey contact the Health Min ister Beeiung nis auuuwnve to ob tain a priority lor this timber. The Maj or ^Ald. Koy; suid that there was nothing to be alarmed at in the disposal oi night soil at present. In Brisbane night soil was deposited at Enoggera, a new suburb in tue Greater Brisbane area. He thought it would be belter to ap ply to the Health Department attur tile three months the Chinuliilia contractors had stated it would take to tupply the timber had elapsed. "Public health will not be endan gered if we wait," he said. Aid. £07 said that there waa no harm, in trying to obtain the timber quicker, and it was decided to send to tne Chinchilla suppliers a copy...

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

WHEN THE REPTILES WERE THE MASTERS OF THE EARTH As we have already said, Reptiles were the next class of back boned animals to fqllow the Amphibia. Many of the Reptiles gradually lost their limbs and have become very long and round and crawling until they took the shapes of snakes and serpents; others, such as lizards, retained their limbk At one time, Reptiles were the Masters of the Earth. There was nothing to beat them. They grew to great sizes, and, if yon go to some museums, you may see the remains of their bodies, some of them sixty feet long. Some of them, especially the smaller ones, grew great stretches of skin between their outstretched fingers — a sort of web such as we find in the feet of many swimming birds, and so they were able to fly, more or less. Some of them were, perhaps, very fierce, and powerful, and they had terrible teeth. It must have been a very strange Earth in the age of Reptiles. If you think of a snake and then of a magpie, you would never .guess that t...

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

DUGGAN TO OPEN ROMA SHOW The State Transport Minister (Mr. J. Duggan) will officially open the Roma Show, on Wednesday, Hay 4, according to advice - (received this weeki-by thi Show Society Secretary (Mr. Miller). Excellent entries have been re ceived up to date.for the show, and' to -aOcpmmodd<Jk-t^ate entrants; th# Society has decided to continue to accept further^ •'en^slj^^fcfter the tilOB- . . (Friday .htts-«^n;«az§'tted lja holiday itltro ricbout'* the 'Shire- J*V-.- - In Roma, Wednesday,'-': May 4 b^B been gazetted a public holiday* Mem bers . of the. (Roma Traders' Afis®cla tion In conjunction with, their staffs, however,' have decided to - take two hall holidays on each day of the Show : Instead of the one whole day.

Publication Title: Western Star
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LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO FIGHT CHIFLEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO FIGHT CfllFLEY DELEGATES io the recent 14th annual conference of the Sooth Western Local Authorities Development Association held in Charleville intend to fight a ruling by the Prime Minuter (Mr. Chif ley) that donations to student hostels are not exempt from income The Association at its iMt meeting had written to Mr. Chifiey asking for income tax exemption for gifts of this nature. In his reply Mr. Chtfley said that the request was refused becauue similar concessions could not then be withheld from other equally meri torious causes. The chairman (Cr. Hembrow) said, that he seldom rose to denounce any Government decision when in charge of a meeting', but this matter should not be dropped. UI other cases were equally meri torious such concessions should cer tainly appiy, and the argument raised that donations to sucb causes would be encouraged showed that the serious consideration deserved had not been given to this subject. .He moved that Mr. Ctiifley'e letter ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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MR. MURPHY RESIGNS FROM COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

MR. MURPHY RESIGNS FROM COUNCIL Mr. J. S. Murphy, well known In local authority circles throughout Queensland, resigned from the Bungil Shire Council at its muiiimy meet ing: on Wednesday. He has been a member of the Council tor more than 20 years, and for seven years lrom 1S31 to 1938 was on the State Local Authorities As sociation Executive, holding the post or junior vice president in 1937 and senior vice president in 1938. Mr. Murphy led the- fight against the then Health Minister (Mr. Han Ion) for the abolition of hospital pre cepts. Tendering his resignation, Mr. Murpliy said that he had given a good deal c£ his life to local autho rity work, and felt deeply bis deci sion to part , with it Local authori ties he said bad yet to find the solu tion for better" road wort within their' areas, despite increased rates and mechanical plant, which 'did not provide the whole answer. The acting. chairman (Cr. tPoole) said that the Council would be the loser in Mr. Murphy's resignation. T...

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

MARQUEE TENTS Superbly cot to give comfortable liviag conditions in all weather*. WHITE FOB PBI0B8 AND PABTIGULABS. Complete stoeks of Obatm Ooodt, Fishing Tackle and Ship*' Chandlery ue KTtllilile, WJUTK FOB CATALOGUE. GEO. PICKERS & CO. Pty. lid. 608 Ann Street, Valley aa& Breakfast Creek Bridge, BRISBANE. p*m ubu-u.

Publication Title: Western Star
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

taster week-end—four long days of vacation and Roma people made full use of those days. Thursday night saw record crowds at the railway station, some coming, some going. Struggling alohg under a mountain of luggage was Gerald Toohey, former trains clerk here. Rockhainpton is his destination, and after his marriage to Miss Em Mahon, «f that city, he in tends opening a' jewellery business there. Best of luck in your new ven tures, Gerald George Henderson and Peter Saund ers named Brisbane as their goal, as also did Brian Phillips, Ticli Mills aud Chris. Langberg. Popular school manna, Tess Malone and Stella Wells went to Brisbane, too. Homecoming for Bob Badgery, now settling down in Brisbane. David WatkinB' and Graham Brown went off to Blackall for the week-end.' Injune's Mrs. Oostain and attractive daughter. Anne, left for a few weeks' vacation' in UritibaAe. We wish Mr. Gerald Lalor, bf "Gubberamunda," a speedy recovery. Mr. Lalor iB an inmate of the local.hos pital. His daughter, ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Does your STOMACH 4etUe down. If your stomach feels nnBgttM when you are about torctire, take, pne tea- i •poonful of.D4 "Witt's Antadd Powder in a little water. This will ensure that you will not te troubled' or disturbed by the distressing'syfflptotnsof acid stomach. ' Not only does De Witfs Antacid - Powder1 neutralise "excess acidity right away, but it also spreads a protective coating over -the Inflamed walls of the stomach. ' You sleep well because your stomach is no longer nscomtortable. This wonderfully effective medicine gives speedy relief from after-meal pains, too. A single dose is usually sufficient. So keep a tin handy and don't allow add stomach and its attend* ant evflfi to make your iifp miserable. For eoonomy'g sake, ask for the giant 4/6 size of De Witt's Antacid Powder which contains two and a half times the quantity-in the 2/6 size. ? ANTACID POWDER Nevtrwlbes Add Soothes Stomach • Relievei Pain

Publication Title: Western Star
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C.W.A. NOTES & NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

I C.WA NOTES & NEWS l/| Y Uear Fellow Members, This is your column, made available by the kindness of Messrs. Higgins and Foxlee, and do please use it. 1 You may have interesting pieces of news about your worK or playf a household hint, a recipe, or even a funny story, with a Q.C.W.A. flavour. Please let us have them and help us to make these notes interesting to whole Division. Yours hopefully( CELIA MAIDEN. TtruCKADlDUA. has sent word that they* are catering for afternoon tea at the Pigeon Shoot to be held in aid of the Ambulance on April 83. Half the profits from the teas will ou to Ambulance and half to our own funds—in this case the Hostel Peaks —In accordance with our rules. Muclk adllla is another of those branches who have made the Hostels their monthly objective. A T Homa's monthly meeting last. week the forthcoming Ball, April 22 was discussed and turiner arrange ments made. The branch also voted another donation of £20 to tlie Peaks Fund, £E in answer to ibe State...

Publication Title: Western Star
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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

RIFLE SHOOTING C. TOWNSLEY SCORES POSSIBLE 1.8ft Sunday week saw 16 rifle* men rpll up for some practice in anticipation for the May Day . Prize Meeting, and to content the first stags of Mr. H. Pucw'l trophy. . Conditions were fairly good <u>d some very good scores were regis tered. ..Captain C. Townsley succeeded 111 putting all seven shot sin the bull's eye at £00 yards. The shoot-off for Mr. A. J. . Campbell's trophy was also com pleted, Cl#<n O'Rourke defeating Alf Koy. Sliooters are reminds*) (Jiat the next shoot will take place on Sunday, Affrl] 24, when 5/6/700 yards will be flrad. , A truck will leave the Post Office nl 9 a.m. Scores were; S00 <00 700 Aeg. C. Townsley (10) .. 35 32 82 105 IS. Townsley (12) .. 82 84 81 106 A? Pore (10) .. .. 81 31 88 106 A- Myioua U-6) .. .. 32 388 80 105 a Proud m> .. .. 34 26 88 105 K. Johnson (28) ,, 29 88 81 10S O. Ktolnha-nss (46) 26 28 28 105 C. O'Rourke <12) .. 34 29 28 108 R. Liee (It...

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

THE CLASSIFIED C0LUMN8V of The Warttm Star aiw tha M«a medium for tha mmD rtwilli« witfc Will to wB. For QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, etc. Writ* for Leaflet* P.H. EBBOTT4Co.Pljr.Ltd. MO Qmm Strut, Irlibinc COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN PHONE ROMA 303 FOB ".ODE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, BBPAI3:, OOUKNTRY UMETING PLANTS REFRIGERATOR SERVICE STATHAi CHEESMAN AND CO. (SW) Poblic Awouatattts, Auditors, £jflMtan«8vMia a'ftxaUou Specialists. MeDowall St., itomai oj>p. JfOBt Office) jtwirttint Pkrtucr, Mi. 0. U Miliar ASIA, AA1G. i'alepiiou SBti| Jioina MARANOA CORDIAL worn ros TOUB COBDIALB BBTO » BOlU. AT.t. nRTTJgR TBDB TO LABEL fl. TRAXAOOHZ, WXKDBAM 61. L A. IMjRATH B. Com. (University of Queensland) AHA. AAOG. Public Aeeountant. Auditor and Tax Ag»at. XeDOWALL STREET, ROMA Hut Commonweal!* Bank. THE SMALLEST BUSINESS CAN. -> AFFORD A "PR0TECTA" mi Price £12/10/ Tha "ttcmew nil ncoidt cdl calk asd er*dlt ioIm .,. Cab paid Is *r oat . . . rtwng* gl*M • • . and ft* aanbar of Vmm...

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Show Dairy Section May Stage Comeback This Year [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

Show Dairy Section May Stage Comeback This Year For a number of year6 the competition in the Dairy Section at the Roma Show has not been very keen, but with new men on the committee and some keen workers ,there are indications that the entries in the Dairy Cattle Section will be greatly inccrased this year. The prize money this year has been increased from £1/1/ to £2/2/ for first prizo. and there is a prize of first £3/3/ donated by the Roma Co-operative Dairy ins Association :»nd second £1/1/ in Division C, covering u yroup of lllawarra. Short horns. The main division in the Dairy Cattle Schedule is the Australian lllawarra Shorthorns and here will he found a place for exhibition of in dividual beasts, male or lemale ol various ages. J'rom the cattle exhibited in this llviskm the jud^c will select the ."hampinn bull, reserve champion bull, champion female and reserve hampion female. The division rculting to Jerseys \s modelled along the same lines as the division relating to AJ.S....

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

5-valve oual wave MANTEL RADIO Post-war radio at its thrilling best! The tonal quality ot the' Peter Pan five-valve dual wave mantel model brings a new Dlaasure to world-wide listening. Suitnlile for AC/DC Current. Special 20 per cent. Dis count offer during April. NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY -The Wool Exchange, Eagle Street, Brish-inc. Branches at Rockhampton and Townsv illc. Sub-branches Throughout Queensland. The flashing power end ifiriflrng performance of Riley's matchless litre engine, the superbly gmoefnl lines- of Riley's craftsman coachwoA, the security of Gfrlmg hydro-mechanical brakes, and / the road-hugging qualities of torsionic front suspension. all blend in this new Riley Sports to provide die perfect - answer for those jvEo seek to motor .on a magnificent scale. A trim hood end stmt s*de~curteint provide complete, alJ'Wedther protection, end # gen erously proportioned, tpedoui boot provides cmpie room for three patenter? luggage. DISTRIBUTORS IM-QUtl...

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

'imiiiiiiiwiillllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!. J. TICNBORNE j BORING CONTRACTOR | 162 LONG STREET — TOOWOOMBA. | b Sole Agent in the Maranoa For Famous = METTERS WINDMILLS | 2 Can Supply Immediately « to 14 feet Windmills and all Ptunplng E £ Requirements. E E 5 | ^T.T. WQKF DONE BY EXPERIENCED DRILLERS. § jfr.iniiimmnHMIHIHIHIIIIIIHItllHlimnttHtllllllHIWmHHHIHIHIIHIIIHHWIIII^ rouifn s M5DDUJIUL STROMA STAMINA SPORTS TROUSERS EXTRA SPECIAL PURCHASE GIRLS' WINTER VESTS AND PANTIES LADIES' WINTER UNDERWEAR LARGE CONSIGNMENT JUST RECEIVED MEN'S FLANNELS BABY WOOL IN SHADES OF BLUE PINK, WHITE AND CORNCOB HOBSON'S GARAGE THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT CAR, EVER BUILT I <V/MU V* hw now! NottaKBomrioott. AnevMhr gjw,frtpdtu#loo. YooTl b« nWnMnri it &TiS vtngaua bdogi tb'tte popakt-lsiisi'fiU. « *■ -,v Vingaud ii «tyleld to mtkc yoa die emy af jea ndgbbotni. Seiturtx with room to HmrtBtt """"" —i dan jga.H wrtK 'P*>&. dep...

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FILM PREVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

FILM PREVIEWS Next week's film programme at the Oapltol Theatre opens on Toes day and Wednesday with "The Brothers." Mysticism and fear with intrigue and jealousy culminating in simmering bate and death are but a few of \he features of this Sydney Box screen adaptation of L. A. G. Strong's novel. Starring in the drama is a team care fully chosen by Director Macdonald for their ability as the film so readily shows. To Patricia Boc is given the exacting role of Mary and the pathos and emotion she instils into the part again proves her one of the Unest of British actresses. Two Cities' latest production, "Uncle Silas,'' has been adapted from the famous classic thriller of the same name, which was written in 1864 by Irish wit, editor and author, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. The film will be showing on Friday (family night). "Uncle Silas" is a tale of suspense —and it is one of the greatest ""sus pense" pictures the British screen has ever known. Eighteen-year-old Jean Simmons has her first ...

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

(Established 1887) ANDREW MCGEE 70 Pitt St., & 1 caBtlereagh St. SYDNEY Bulk Kcad.v Bubbed Cigarette Tobacco 25/6 per lb. Copes Higli Card Flako Cat Pipe Tobacco 38/10 per lb. TheBe Prices Include Postage. Mail Orders to 70 Pitt Street. Bend Vs Tour Old Pipes For R*p&ln. You're As Young As You hooki MARVLON HAIR DYE 8/6 DAVID Pharmacia 265 GEORGE ST. BRIS&ftM* S BftuteMes *v y*J* ^4£mr£!& >GE St BRISBANE. NEW 15/ OR RE-CONDITIONED 10/ ^fT^AMBUlANCE TRETCHER Heavyweight canvas raetf sure-s ttft, lone and ttt. wide. Slronc, fotdlni ralv. Iron cross bars, wooden ftnns 01ns.. itasils 6Idb. from «Tonnd» folds sideways. QJP.9,.PRICE BRAND NJEW/JB/, uanvaoi 86 Ifiolt width. 4/6 j yard. <0 taoh w]dth, S/0 yard. | 6te£l garden spades. •»/■ I Brand ©•*» perfect order. Mad* & Mbb. lontf Sins. wide. ronntM) ff point, 8mns. bnnflle. In d<vi«'»* r lots 8/6 cach. § FOBTABLE GB1ST MILLS 2«K t Welded metal eonrtruirthm I thmufhotit, ma...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

i mm to the ewror Sir, ivmdly permit me space to correct the uriuneuus report oi Surat versus Wallabies iootuall matcli played at iiurat on April 1.0, as puuUshed in The Western Star dated April 14. The match resulted In a scoreless i draw, and that should suffice to indl- i cate that it was a very hard game. However, any suggestion that the match was rough or marked by dirty play is positively UDtrue. The following incidents occurred: (.1) A Wallabies player was sent off i'or arguing with ihu referee. (2) A scruftie between a Surat player and a Wallabies player resulted in both players being sent off the field before a blow was struck. No further untoward incidents oc curred bhroughrout the same. It is a great pity htat your football scribe should choose to report adver sely n matches iroi- hear-say. ■Furthermore, the statement that leaders of Roma club teams now con sider "fames with Surat a thing of the past" lias been emphatically } denied by uiiiciaJs from each club with whom 1...

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GOOD WEATHER FOR HIBERNIAN'S MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

GOOD WEATHER FOR HIBERNIAN'S MEET IDEAL weather conditions again prevailed over the 'Easter week end for the Hibernian Race Club's Monday meeting. The holi day exodus from town had a marked effect on gate figures, the at tendance being estimated at only approximately 300, but neverthe less there was a good day's entertainment Main race was' the six furlong EaBter Handicap, firot pr.ze for which was £25 and a Cup. It was won by Mr. C. V. Harms' five-year-old brown gelding, Vale tas, who was backed heavily Just before the start of the race from three's down to evens. Time for the event was 1.15. Mr. K. C. Crawford's Hawaii aud Mr. G. Stanley's Bronze Bay, the only other starters, camu second and third, respectively. The Kev. Dean- Caliuiaue presented the Cup at the conclusion of the meeting. Frockinfl noticed during the afternoon included: Mrs. a.. iU. Jiveringham looked smaii iu a royal *jiue crepe suit. Tie puciiuts 'ui the coat were heavily oraiileu In white. She added a natural st...

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

Our ootnbined iwourm* pmUa rniHmttid adling wqgrienee lor tb» disponl of all your products—etch fionrignnwit i» ante tb» «upwvl»toi «t ezptrta from ifc« tim» it arrival mill it fwoainM tha nmmlj «f th» taw ... to— CONSICW IVEKVItUNQ TO im • WOOL • SHEEP • CATTLE • LAMBS • PIGS • CALVES • TALLOW GOLDSBROUGH MORT & Co. Ltd. (InoorporaUd l> YioterU) JTHE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENWICK & CO. UMITED EAGLE STREET BRISBANE METHOXONE I ' LIQUID HORMONE WEEDKILLER kills NOOGOORA BURR SIMPLY ... EASILY - CHEAPLY YOU CAN BUY "METHOXONE" FOR BURR DESTRUCTION DIRECT FROM THE QUEENSLAND LANDS DEPARTMENT AT SPECIAL CONCESSION RATES FREIGHT FREE. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL LAND COMMISSIONER FOR DETAILS. Rid your creek* and gullies of burr the easy way with "Mrtiraone" Spray. The actif* prin ciple of "Methoxone" is absorbed through the leaves, and when applying the spray, it is sufficient to wet the leaves only. Apply at a strength of on* gallon "Methoxone" to 100 gallons of w...

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AMBULANCE REPORT GOOD MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 22 April 1949

AMBULANCE REPORT GOOD MONTH Tile monthly meeting of tlie Boma Centre of the Q.A.T.B. was 1 held on April 11, those present in cluding Messrs. F. J. Flanigan (chairman), J. J. Murphy, I". J. Mullavey, H. J. Tanner, B. B. Collins, A. Anderson, Or. W. W. Feather, and the Superintendent Secretary (Mr. T. Teale). Donations were received as follow:— From Yuloba Hack Bace Club £2/2/; from Mr. J. P. Quinlan, Mt. Abund ante, £1/1/; Commonwealth Bank, £1/1/; Mary Beiers, Limestone 8trcet, Ipswich, £1/1/; from Primary Pro ducers, a cheque for £17/19/8, being sale of a bullock donated by Mr. W. S. Clayton. It was decided that Mr. Clayton be made a life member, and that a letter of thanks be forwarded to Mr. H. Edgar, drover, who brought the beast to the saleyards. Bearer V. Benton advised that he would be leaving the services of the Ambulance on April 20, and it was de cided that a letter of appreciation be sent to Mr. Benton for his work with the branch. The treasurer (Mr. Murphy) said in his ...

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