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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

MARANOA CORDIAL WORKS FOB Tons OOBDIALS SI SOMA ALL DEINKB TEUE TO LABBL 8. TBtmnmn WYKDHAH ST. HATCHING SEASON EXTENDED Owing To Huge Demand Austrolorp, Wliite Leghorn, Black Orpington, Day or Week Old Cbiekeni. Government Blood Tested Stock. FBEE" FBE1GHT & SEAiiiiiG INSTBU0TI0N8 Also Laying jPulieta, Breeding BooBteri WHITE rOB PSIOE 1ISX. KIANGA CHICKEN SUPPLIES ELDBXDOB SXBEBT, TOOWON&, BBISBANB. DIAMONDS" FOi FLASNl.'GHIS __ . Queensland Agents:— OEAM9LBBS PTT. LVD. gBgB. : %m'-~±—-:■-'-.■-X3:. ft.-"-'. ;~ BrtUfeS* >lt»Sl(*NJ^I> tu provide i'oiinlrv !)>!« ivitli the ultimate f V. *-* in radio enjoyment. Philips rti'iilol 10.1 proud of. Il's a 5-.jiI*c dual wa\c. hattcry. operated rcrciver. »vith "on-oPT" snitch com bined uilh the lone control. Umitcil mipplicx are also available using Philips vihmlor .\lo<h! 103 with a 6 volt accumulator. Of coiir-o, if you have tire power on. a Hiuilar receiver (Model 101 — for electric operation) iden tica...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Acceptances 2 States [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

Acceptances 2 States (Brisbane racing details cannot be published this week, as the races are being held at Albion Park, and acceptances are not announced until midday.) RANDWICK ivIALTINE STAKES, 5 Furlongs (1.0).—'"liiiitrc'lisi.1 8.12, 1 'eijiicl I'll;![■ ter 8.12, Hetinue 8.5, bedlam « Film 8.5, Alma Mater 8.5, Merry Alma 8.."], Ferocious Lass 8.0, Saligua 8.3. Lonely 8.5, Jcljol 8.5, The Dueliess 8.u, iligh Xiail 8.5, Greyniurk 8.5, Brevity, 8.5. HOXTON PARK JUVENILE HAN DICAP, 5 .Furlongs (1.35;.—Field Buy 9.1, Boiieith 0.1, Grand Applaute 8.12, Blazer 8.5, lioBsuiurk 8.5, Bntllewy.se 8.5, Coronation Gill 8.5, Lord Bur leigh 8.5, Gulden. Blew 8.5) Beau Cusle 8.5, Golden Tail 8.5, Chitral 8.5, Beau Dancer 8.5, Informal 8.5. FARM ENCOURAGE HANDICAP, li ililes (2.10)—High J3eals H.O, (iuiiui N.Hi, IVK'l Blue 8.8, Tauiuuga 8.7, Lordly 8.0, Protect 8.4, Ever r'aitliful 8.U, Nenisli 7.8, Koyal Show i.5, Mr. Stanaway 7.J, Kamlilcr's Joy 7.0. KIRKHAM STAKES, 5 Furlongs (-'.15).—Khuuib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

Drauijn's WOOUfRU ST RONfl Good Morning. ' You'il hive the delightful nil- of ilifi'eieiu.'C and distinction about every FBOCK in our display loom. After an inspection you will agree " they htive STYLE plug. Here's » ."iiie tip from the "UNBIE WORLIJ7' When your yearning for beautiful things dooms to conflict with a coinmonscnsi; uvgo to buy something tlmt .lasts. That is tlio time to see us. Tor our LINGERIE is a liuppy combin ation. of quality unil beauty.—It withstands hard wear . . . '.ial luntly. It satisfies your love of beauty . . . Completely. Wo have some gorgeous lingerie sets of swaini and floral tsilk—the perfect gift for the woman you love. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FEATURES KNIGHT Slippers for women, in pink, blue and green—15/11 pair. PACKARD and KAOUL MEllTON Shoes for men—43/6 and 49/6 pair. Queensland made Towels—5/0 and 7/6 eaclu (Note tlicsize, 4Bin. x 24in., and 58in, x S2i&.). Dratiqn P.S.: Only 5 weeks to XMAS. Put a gift or two away each week and avoid that...

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LONDON LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

LONDON LETTER (The following excerpts from a letter 'written from London by Hn. Ateo Davidson (Sydney), a sister of the late Mr. F. M. Bad. gery, of Soma, have bees, made available by lire. M. F. Badgary. Mrs. Davidson is at present holi daying in Fnglaad, and writes now about a 15-day tour of the contin ent—Ed.) LONDON, 80 th Sept, 1848. Hfljay, many thanks for tlic *Lux which arrived yesterday, and wusn't 1 glad to seg it. The London water is terribly hard ,aud what soap powder you can get is full of chemicals, and makes une'B hands so rough. I arrived back from the Continent on the 15th. I have been suffering a recovery ever since, as the long days of motoring in succession were very trying. 1 had four days in Paris with a friend.. It is a wonderful city, so well laid out; but the rest of France is in a sad plight. They have had nine governments Bince the war, with the Communists hampering everything. Tlic townB and villages look so poor, and falling to pieces with dry rot, and t...

Publication Title: Western Star
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DECLARED DANGEROUS 3 YEARS AGO BUNGEWORGARAI CREEK BRIDGE STILL NOT REPAIRED: BAD SUPPLIES LAG [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

DECLARED DANGEROUS 3 YEARS AGO BUNGEWORGARAI CREEK BRIDGE STILL NOT REPAIRED: BAD SUPPLIES LAG WOkK. on the Bungeworgarai Creek Bridge—declared dangerous three years ago—is again at a standstill because of another, hold-up in obtaining supplies ot timber from Chinchilla. Ihe bridge, which carries a "cross at your own risk" warning, is on a main route, and services a heavy livestock and wool traffic Buugil Shire councillors, wlvo ihave made every effort to expedite supplies, are seriously concerned at the delays, not only because oi their inflationary_eflects on build- ! iug costs, but because of the lieavy daily traffic across the bridge. Ob Wednesday at their mouth]}- moot ing, tlicy described the incessant lag on thin jub as a classic instance of tin. dilliisultiuii perpetually confronting local authorities in their efforts tu push ahead with urgently needed district projects. (The Shire Council is ill charge ul the project, although SU pur cent, bi the cost will be borne by the M...

Publication Title: Western Star
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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

EDITORIAL (This week's guost editorial, presenting the woman's viewpoint, is written by Mr8. E. G. Maiden, recently re-elected president of the 'West ern Division of the Queensland Country Women's Association. ■ Next week's will be written by Mr. Fred Perry, headmaster of the Boma State High School.—Eds.) I'HJfc. status of its women is the true gauge of a nation's civilisation. To the backward or decadeut races, woman Is the burden bearer, the drudge, or lue petted slave, in the more progressive States she has made her mark in many and various independent oc cupations—in business and professional work and in the arts—but it is admitted that one side of lite must always be her own par ticular field. Kuskin, who may be regarded as "old fashioned,'' but whose ideas repay study, defined her functions as those of the bomemaker, cher isher, guide and inspirer, and lie seems to have been speaking of the average woman—if there is such a fersoo. | However, he was Nriliug iu mure leisured lin...

Publication Title: Western Star
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

TOWN TALK Mi s. T. Collins n'l uriied 10 lionia iliis ui'i-l; ;i! 1 i-r :i 1IK111Ili's Imliiliiv in 11 yinj 1 ir mill Welling!nil I'ciin. I :jli*i" 1 <■ Whip. who is :i Clerk 1 piste ill ill,. IJtieeiislimil A hi iv\il t uinl I eye, (iiillnii. is (liiif; three ■. 1 c I; s I1111 i 1 In \* it !i lie i- ] 1 :i 10111 s. Mr.' ..ml .Mr* H (' Whip, Northern Komi. Mr. Mill .Mrs. II. S. ('untie, of Nurtli ■ mi |{oiid, who recently sold their ]in> p.Miy !I) M ; ii-. J.ee, 111 ('lU'liiiiorga 11, ■.■ ill leiwc for livimV.ila'v!; at the eud or' lie. week. wlio/e tliov will ln;iihoir , ill inv Inline. I'Mssi'iiners »ii tho Western Mail on .Miiinhi'y iiiulu included Mr. and Mrs. •l:is. itnhertson (Glencoe), and Mr, L. S. Harden (Richmond Downs). Mi-, mid Mrs Hobwtsoii iutend spending a few days in Toowoomhn on their way back from Brisbane with Mrs. Robert son's parents;, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pro van, of Lindsay Street Visitors in town for the Clay Pigeon Shoot last week-end included Don C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

CENTAUR APPEAL NOW AT HALF-WAY MARK The drive to raise tlie £800 dis trict target for the Centaur Norses Memorial Appeal has reached the half.way mark, hut o-uly two weeks remain before closing date. The chairman of the district appeal committee (Mr. Duggan) last night urged all who hud not contributed to the fund to do bo without delay. Mr. Duggan said that there had been a gottd^ireBponae to many of the cir culfl«l>|^p8^thrpughout the district thir : Sum# , AU donations jjfe* liahed in The Western Btiijr 4*mEj' ■ ■ - . =ra^C/,.• Mitchell races v The Mitchell Returned Soldiers' Bace Club begin, a tiro-day meeting in Mitchell to-day. , A total of 68 horses has been nominated, and an excellent meet ing is' anticipated, many Eoma. racing enthusiasts have already left town'by car and train to take ALLAN B. WEIR sjQIFT SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME DAY DEVELOPING &= HU&THTO 8EBTZ0& ' Films left by 9.30 a.m. Beady at 4.30p.m. Same Day. ^ 5S8TATIONERY:—Boxe...

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MAYOR TO OPEN PRIMARIES NEW SALEYARDS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

MAYOR TO OPEN PRIMARIES NEW SALEYARDS Tlie Mayor (3VIr. Key) will open tlie new Queensland Primary Pro- I ducers' Co-operative Association saleyards at 11.30 oil Tuesday. Tin- s;ileyards, whirli lire capiilile of :nM'uniinn«hi1 imlt head of cattle in straight liuc;s. have 4S selling pons. Ui'MiK'h executives from St (ieorj>e. ('hnrh'vijle, CuiiJianiuMa ;itid ihimm handi will ;i11 end ihe ?•:»K- uiM. their lorn] buyer*. Mocisi/ms on the future use of |ln> yards wove reached at a irceut meet ing attended l»y the following agents:— X. Fowles, McPminld & <*0., Condon & Co.. New Zealand Li-an $: Mev-a nl i le Agenrv Co 1,1(1., Dal^ety & Co., and Queensland Prima >y Producers' Co operative Assoc ini ion LI <1. Mr. Arthur Speaker. * of Fowles & j .Spencer, apologised f«»r not attending the meeting, due to a previous engage ment ' Use of Yards Tlie ^.T.l'.A. have agreed In allow all a^cnls who have :in office in Hnmii and no sel...

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LIBRARIAN'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

LIBRARIAN'S VISIT The State Librarian (Mr. Simpleton) will arrive, in Roma on Monday to make a report on a Town Council ap plication to take over the assets and subsequent management of the Roma School of ATts. While in Ronifl Mr. Slapleton will give a free cinematic exhibition in the Town Hall on Tuesday at 8 p.m. It will depict library facilities, and last for two houits.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

PERSONAL Mr. and Mis. R. Drysdale, from Avgathella, staved overnight in Roma on their way sooth, where they intend spending an extended holiday. Mr. and His. Duncombe, Sen., ac companied by Miss Laura Unncombe and Mr. Beer, arrived from Brisbane on their return to "Stratton." Ill town for the Pigeon Shoot "last week-end were Mr. and Mrs. M. Cam eron, "Quebct," who were the gueBts of Mrs. Cameron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Fcrrier, "Comyndalo." Mr. and Mrs. M. Waddell, who have been t>n a visit to Drillliam, returned home on Monday night.

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R.S.L. ACCEPTS CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

R.S.L. ACCEPTS CHALLENGE 'Ilie ; ac President of Uig R.&S.A.I.L.A. (Mr. R. D. Huisli) lias anixunced that tic League has undertaken the ta.sk cf obtaining sponsors lor 20GO British migrants to fill a new ship wnich the Minis ter fcr Immigration will make available eaKy in 1949, if the League finds sufficient spon-ors. (^Dct'iishiiHl's 11uOI;I will 1)4' ii mini ilium of ."ill" and :>H sub lifiiurhoi liiivo been uski'ij to <-fun]»;ii^'u iuiini'diutclv, so lli.'it nil ji.-irls of will h-.iYo thrir sl.;(ri' ul; tlu'so "Rrilish now settlors. Any rx-scrvironmn wli• > lists sin i-»ij»ty IxMlrooju 11 r span* siceoniniodaliuu, jiihI wlio is Ui'tiirous of populating Queens ImimI with RntiKli ^x-sorvicjinion, is siski'il to i-oiitiH-t Ilis Jural K.tt.J.,. sub bniucb secretary without delay, and obtain fill] particulars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

DEHORNING Gat rid of Horni BEFORE ihmif mtm 'rt / M-tassFw iCi

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SECOND DAY (TO-MORROW) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

SFOOND SAT (TO-MOEEOVf) GAIdiXPOU MAIDEN HACK, 4F. (1.30),—My Guy 10.0, Bachelor's Trix 10.0, Glen Spire 10.0, Allora Star 10.0, Agterial 10.0, Bronze Wing 10.0, Dirty Disk 10.0, flying Douia 10.0, Gold guard 10.0, Gailee 10.0, Handbag 10.0, Maranoa Lass 10.0, Moonglow 10.0, Tessie 10.0, Flying Kee 10.0, Buff Cor 10.0, Sun Stay 10.0, Sunset Gold 10.0, Sylvia 10.0, Tallulali 10.0", Watchman 10.0, Waterfall 10.0. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY HACK STAKEST-4F. (2.0).—Flying Fleece 10.11, Coolumerle 10.10, Spearscratch 10.9, Denize 10.6, Wineba 10.3, Cod bury 10.2, Flashlight 9.10, Glen Spire 9.7, Aaterial 9.7, Bronze Wing 9.7, Flying Mack 9.7, Main Art 9.7, Mar anoa Law 9.7, Lone Eagle 9.7, Buff Cor 9.7, Sun Stay 9.7. E.S.SAXL.A. HACK OOP,, 1M. (2.30).—Felglen 11.0, Prince Kee 11.0, True Eagle 10.12, Pat's Gift 10.12, flpearaerateh 10.11, Lady jBagle 10.7, Stompie 10.0, Moya Maiee 10.4, Wineba 10.4, Vindex 9.9, Sunny Blue 9.9, Iona Bay 9.9, Bachelor's Trix 9.7, Glen Spire 9.7, Asterial 9.7, Free h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND "BULLDOG" HEAVY DUTY ROAD RIPPERS The most efficient and speediest means of ripping up rock, grave! or earth (or excavations or roc.6^. Available in three sizes—Standard ^requiring 50-60 Tractor H.P.); Medium (70-80 Tractor H.P.) ; and Heavy (100-120 Traclor H.P.). All models with five tyne sockets and supplied with 3 or 5 tyres. Tynes easily fitted or detached by operator. Optional cable or hydraulic control. Depth of ripping directly under control of operator: one control only horn ripping to carry ing position; all controls from seat of tractor. Massive, simple, effective. Descriptive leaflet on request. Cable models available for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. Queensland Industrial SALES St SERVICE PTY. LTD. Gregory Terrace, Brisbane 'Phones; L4158, L1070, L2985 Sole Queensland Distributors*—INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS AND POWrR UNITS—ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND EARTHMOVING EQUIP MENT, GRADERS, ROAD PLOUGHS, RIPPER5, ROLLERS. ETC.—FOWLER MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT, MOBILE C...

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MEN'S SPORTS SUBURBS JUST HOME IN CLOSE MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

MEN'S SPORTS SUBURBS JUST HOME IN CLOSE MATCH (By "Leg Break.") Taking six wickets for 32 Cap. tain Len Cunningham heJpcd Suburbs to snatch a narrow four ruu victory over Celts in an cx citing game last Sunday. Turning point in the match came when Colts, with seven down for 1G7 in reply to Suburbs 1M), neemed set for victory. Despite the J act that llardcubLlo was still at the wickets, with Pettii'ord tin iiiroinuig batsman, Colts lost their last five wickcts for only nine runs. Bowling for Suburbs" Len (.'luiuin^ liniu was the only bowler to command respect from the batsmen, lie finished with 0-32 after compiling a very valuable 42 with the bat. Hardcastle Hits Out Fur Cults Hardcastle again proved his worth :is a batsman, and made ■■ syarlditig 75, being caught and bowled by Cunningham. Suburbs had first use of the wicket and rnado 160. Scores:— L. Cunningliaiil, c Sorreucon, b Hardcastle 42; T. Downes, c Pettiford b Glover 131 -K- Brown, c Barllem, b Pettiford 12; M. .Cocks, b Pe...

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ALL THE WEIGHTS FIRST DAY (TO-DAY) FOR MITCHELL BARDIA DEBUTANTE HACK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

ALL THE WEIGHTS FOR MITCHELL BARDIA DEBUTANTE HACK STAKES, A V. ( 1.30Alloni Star 10.0, {/Imi Spiiy lO.C, I»I'mii/c Winy in 0, <'hil];i*N (iil t lo.il, Djiiniv 10 0. l>ivtv Mick lo.o, Flying Uumn 10,0. ) )0 O, 10.0, I ;iss 10.li, Mnoii^Irw 10.0, Flyii:y Kvu H> SujiscI (iohl 10.(1. T:iMuIm)i 10.0, WntciiniMii 10.(1. Art *0.0. EL ALAMEIN HACK STAKES, -IK C!.0) —Pill's 10. 10, Klyii'H Flrorr Id 10. KpciU'^THlHl 10.11, Utilise | I.Mi, I'riiii-i' Kcc in.",. Cmlliurv 10 2. I Mnrplirl 1 villc lll.l. True Kii^lc 0.11. Nutinv Itn* 0 0. Flashlight ii.<». Mv liny 0.7, < Villa's Hi ft 0.7, Flying Mae 0.7. r.wlmMei- .0.7, Jl.-iiii Art 0 7. I.oan IJiinlo 0.7. Huff Cor 0.7, Sun Way 0 7, Watcitnll 9.7. BENGHAZI HACK STAKES, of". (-,3r'i .—Stuinpip 11.4, .Just n Spec II.1, rof,l:niK']'k' 10 10, Moya Maroc 10.4, \Vinel>a 10 1^. Moim-louil 0.10, ViinleN 0.0. No lietter 0.0, lluiiilbag 0.7, BaclicloiN Trix 0.7, (jlon Spire 0.7, AllOia Still-" 0.7, Afiteiial 9.7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

tiMCOU BEWARE THIS FENCE IS PROTECTED BY R BIG 5IX ELECTRIC FENCER A single wire gives unrivalled pro tection from dingoes! On one property, 125 miles of charged fencing were kept under close observation for Six months, with amazing results. Graziers all over Queensland are installing the "Big Six," and it will help solve YOUR dingo problem. Write TO-DAY for full details. ADELAIDE STm PETRIE BIGWT.BRIS., BS5CI, And at TOOWOOMBA — BUNDABERG — ROCK HAMPTON — MACKAY TOWNSVILLE and CAIRNS A. P. GREENFIELD & CO. PTY. LTD OPTOMETRISTS ^ 189-191 George Street, Briabane. Visits This District RegfllaHtf. pQuZZZSr Make a point of havimg your Eyei attended to by Expert Optometrists. x ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS. '■ aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii>iuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiniiiiiiimHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|i *s = AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL | 1 DISPOSAL STORE. | 1 70 ANN STREET, BRISBANE. i = OUR GUARANTEE:.—Money Refunded if not Fully Satisfied. = TliUUSUiiS, iio« jun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY Backache, joint pains, may be due to tired kbineys. U BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM RELIEVES Those odd Jobs will be a pleasure again, once nagging backache and aching Joints are relieved. These pains are often a warning of tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's war of removing harmful adds and waste matter from the blood. An excess of acids accumulated in the blood may result ■ 4n backache, rheu matle pains, Iosb of pep and energy, disturbed nights, swel ling, pufflness under tbe eyes, headaches and dizziness. Million* of tufferers have gained happy relief by taking DOAWS BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. If you sutpect your kidneyt, act quickly. AtU your Chemiit or Store ft* DO API'S. DOANS - BACKACHE KIDNEY PJUS At Cbemliti wd Stores All Ov»r the World Jntereit-U^ Deposits 1"NTERliST-BEARING Deposit (l.B.D.) *■ ;ia:onncs ;;c rlic Bank of New South Wales are "designed to meet the neeus of tliose who have funds which they do not expect 10 re quire for some time, but who do ...

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THIRTY ENTER FOR ROBINSON TROPHY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

THIRTY ENTER FOR ROBINSON TROPHY (By "1.") Thirty entries liavo already come in for the Robinson Trophy Select ed Pairs Handicap, play for which begins as soon as topdressing and current competitions permit. This is particularly keen for a bowling club of Roma's size. Prop-ess is being made with arrange ments Jur night bowls. Wednesday, November 2-J, is tbe opening night, and "Phiv for Centaur" is tbe maxim, Mr. Joe Duggan has generously donated a trophy, and all entrance iecs are being set aside lor the C';ntaur Nurses Appeal. 'i lie locul ^rei;n attracted :l goodly number of players at the week-end, several lady bowlers being present on Sunday. JOiijovable social games were played each day. Cards handed in show the following Jesuits:— Saturday: Varcin, Baud's, Wright, Baiubriuk 24 v, O'Neill, X'ettii'ord, An derson, Klaus 20; Stein, Southcombe, Rubiiisun 2G v. E. Crawford, Braith wnito, Johnston 35; Holdway, B. Eeid, Q. Reid 28 v. Rotliwell, Greeaacre, Fowles 17. Sunday: E. Crawfo...

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