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COUNTRY VISITORS POURING IN FOR SHOW WEEK INDICATIONS POINT TO RECORD ATTENDANCES; ENTRIES WELL UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

COUNTRY VISITORS POURING IN FOR SHOW WEEK INDICATIONS POINT TO RECORD ATTENDANCES; ENTRIES WELL IIP WITH country visitors already pouring into the town, ind all hotels I booked out and providing verandah sleeping aciommodation Roma's 63rd Annual Show, which will be held next Wednesday and Thursday, promises to produce some record figures. Reflecting the splendid season, a record number ol(|entries have been received in the beef and fat cattle sections, while. hearly all other sections report unusual!y large nominations. *| The show will begin at 9 a.m. on I Wednesday with judging in all sec tions, and will be officially opened at 1.S0 p.m. by the State Xraus . port Minister (lie. Duggao). Wednesday has been gazetted a pub lic holiday in Roma and throughout the Bungil Shire. In Roma, -however, business houses in agreement with their staffs, will observe a half-day holiday on both days. A considerable number of sideshows have requested space from the Show Society. Last year -there wer...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Council Elections [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Council Elections | Nominations for the Boons ga Shire Council Elections closed at Mitchell on Saturday. The only nomination for the position of chairman was received from Sir. J. W. Beits, who has been a mem ber of the Council since 1927 and chair man since 1948. The following were nominated for the position of councillors, and a poll for the election of eight members for the Shire of Booringa will be taken by postal ballot, closing on Saturday, May 28, at 1 pjn.:—Carlyon, John Edwin; Glanchy, William Henry; Doug las, Howard Dardanelles; Dunshea, Claude Joseph Patrick; Ix>ughnan, Harry Bainsford Eric; Neiberding, ! Charles Beginald Norman; Noon, Charles Peter (all sitting members); Bryant, Henry Norman; Bunton, Henry Albert; Chambers, Charles Albert; Fer rier, Harold Edgar; Jukes, George Edward. Beginald; Waldron, James Barnes.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Iitffd R,A-f-Q- Garage: Towing Truck Available Day or Night Phones: Day 54; Night 173. Authorised Ford Dealers Fordson Thousands at MAJORS are gULug dependable xnin <41 ovac AastraKai This versatile English Tractor is available to. both Agricultural and Raorccop Models. There are 4 alternate Gear Ratios. and a wide range ai wheel equipment and tyre sizes to choose from. Electric Starter and Lights, Power Take-off Shaft and Hydraulic ttfL can be supplied If required. The MAJOR to ruggedly built, economical to operate. and Us 29J Drawbar Horsepower is jnore than enough for the average Sob yoaH encounter. An flhmliated Catalogue will be sent free an. rnquest so write fa* it NOWl >< BUZACOTTS (QLDJ LTD. Ask for details of fee Rotary Hoe Attachment

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Perfect Weather For Wallumbilla Show [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Perfect Weather For WallnmbiHa Show The gronnda ore in excellent con ushered In the opening day of the Wallumbllla Show, at which all pre vious records are expected to bo broken. The grounds are In excellent on dltlon, and a working bee under the direction or the Show Society have made great improvements. Visitors from many outlying towns and centres are expected to attend. The show will be officially opened by Mr. C. Adermann, M.H.R. An official party from the Roma Show Society will attend the Show to-morrow. To-day (Friday) has been gazetted a. public holiday throughout the Bendemere Shire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

RAAFS of ROMA EXHIBIT CHOICE FURNITURE ON MACHINERY HILL AT THE We arc exhibiting d wide range of choice furniture and linoleum on our stand on Machinery Hill at the Boma Show. Much of the furni ture Juts never before been seen in Soma, and you should make sure that you do not miss this fascinating exhibit, the first of its kind at the Show. When you call at the stand, please make yourself known to no— we want to meet yon. Bepresentatives:—IN JUNE, Mr. K. Ourry. WAXiliUMBILIiAt ' and. yULEBA: Mr. G. fll aland. . * RAAFS * TRADING- Fty. Ltd QUINTON ST., ROMA. TELEPHONE 401. Phone 41 (L. Thiedeke, Proprietor) Phone 41 Announce they have all the latest equipment for all your Mechanical Repairs, Battery Charging $nd, Welding. LISTED RA.C.Q. GARAGE. TOW TRUCK AVAILABLE. AGENTS FOR:—Austin. Hillman, Willys and Hunber Can. and ■ Utilities; Austin, Commer«nd Reo Tracks;diesd Kerosene Engines; Milking Machines; Wiodi^l T^c^ffs; and Shearing Machines and Light^ "Plu||L IKJUNE MOTORS • WOOL • ...

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WALLABIES-CITIES CLASH SO[?]DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Wi im if-,; (By J .Moypihirtj Sunday should see soiiLe very good football when the two leaders, Wallabies and Cities clash. (Last encounter between these two teams a few weeks ago, saw the Wal labies run riot to score as they pleased in the second half. The six Wallaby forwards ham mered the defence to give 'Galton and company in the. backs an oppn go. Galton, I hear, may not be playing, and his long marking £0 yard punts, sound defence, and strong offence shall be missed. Main point in the match will be the clash of the big fellows in front, and 12 bigger forwards in the West would be hard to find. Wallabies may have a slight edge again, but Uie tally should be much closer. Full back Reick and goal kicker, CahiU may be factors in a win tor Wallabies. 'Wallabies will have to keep a close watch on Lines of Cities, who is play ing better football this year. Two or three of his movements were extremely iwell done last week. Main support for this match will also be between Wallabies and...

Publication Title: Western Star
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EAGLE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

EAGLE FARM NOVICE HANDICAP, 1M„ First Division (12.31)).—Jil Gallito 9.7, Lac ings 8.4, Patumud 8.0, Dark Warrior 7.a, Biinulct 7.U, i'our hips 7.0, Ton atioii 7.0, Binkeno 7.5, Bardobria 7.4, Pregurry 7.4, Black King 7.0, Gain Boll 7.0, Lady Silver 7.0, Middlcr 7.0, Bo Dusty 7.0, Wandana (juccu 7.0. NOVICE HANDICAP, 1A1,, Kecoiid Division (1.10).—liivor King 9.::, Barringun 8.3, Master Speed 7.12, Jilu quent 7.9, Buzzard's Bay 7.7, Plov llero 7. 6, Brown and Gold 7.5, Last lilt 7.4, Maueda 7.4, Markology 7.1, Day's End 7.0, Greemnantle 7.0, Luurilu t.u. Prince Fox 7.0, Starlast 7.0. WATTLEBBAE HANDICAP, OF. (1.50).—Val Bowl 8.1i2, Induce 8.11, Woodieigli Lass 8.7, ttegal Stund is.-, Lauross 8.0, Buccaneer 7.11, Kyinuc 7.11, Pocket Money 7.11, Flying Miss 7.10, Te Lock 7.10, Bonny Douglas 7.9, Farina 7.9, Buzz Again 7.8, J\ly Boad 7.8, Doubtless Tip 7.7, Kildarey 7.7, Paul Spear 7.7, Bong ol Love 7.V, Beau Bouge 7.4, Corporal 7.3, Law felt 7.2, Nilgai 7.1, Tooloom 7.0. P. J. O'SHEA ...

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DAHLIA SHOW SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

DAHLIA SHOW SUCCESSFUL The Dahlia Show arranged by | the Trenhed Branch of the , Q.C.W.A. was held 111 the Sold iers' Hall last Friday. Some beautiful blooms were 011 dis play, including a display of dahlias from Walsh and Go., Toowoomba. The judging was done by Mrs. Weinekc, and a dainty afternoon tea was served. EesultB -were us follows:— Bowl of dahlias, white or coloured; Mrs. B. Thornton. Bowl of dahlias, arranged for effect: Mrs. B. Kimlin. Bowl of dark rod miniature Pom Pom: Mrs. B. Byan. Best collection dahlias: Mrs. Wald xon.* Vase 3 blooms, distinct colour: Mrs. Waldron 1 and 2. Special bloom: Mrs. Waldron. Special prize donated by Mrs. Weineke: Mrs. Byan. Vase miniature: Mrs. B< liyan, Decorative: Mrs. B. Byan 1 and 2. Charm dahlia: B. lfimlin Cactus dahlia: Mrs. B. Thornton 1 and 2.

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RAND WICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

RAND WICK LANGLEY NtJBSEBYr 6F. "(1.0).— Portrait 9 3, fillmay Lass 8.9, Betinue 8.8, Ferocious L&sb 8.0, Lynne of See 7.18, Elusive 7.9, Lady Kxistine 7.6, Perfect Chatter 7.6, Desert Beauty 7.5, Keelito 7.6, Overflow 7.5, Princess Parma 7.4, Belle Amber 7.4, Triestinu 7.0. MA TOMB NT JUVENILE, OF. (1.30).—Coronation Gift 8.8, Rodondo 8.7, Niska 8.7, Boil Voyage 8.5, Tele type 8.4, Maralln 8.4, Kewzami 8.4, Command Performance 8.3, Tricolour 8.1, Procession 8.1. Purple Prince 8.1, Oomaridaira 8.0, Pilot 7.IS, Lavalla 7.13, CheateiU 7.12, .Full of Fan 7.12, Sayaji 7,2l i ! 1 BUBTON THSEE-YEAE-OLD HAN DICAP, 1M.\2.10).—Soman Step 9.5, Grey Boots 8.9, Cool Sir 8.9, Duke of Syke 8.8, Cheeronga 7.10, General 7.6, llalgero 7.6, Mediation 7.0. . SCHAOHTEL NOVICE HANDICAP, 1JM. (2.46).—Arabian Prince 8.4.: Bay Bex 8.4, Battle Lord 8.3, Cuban King 8.0, Grand Besu 7.13, Ven'domc 7.11, River Gem 7.11, Jeuval 7.11, Beauty 7.10, Bluesiac 7.10, Boyacreet 7.9, Goodboy 7.8, Begards 7.8, Ch...

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GULF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

GULF NOTES 1 Flay on Saturday will be a Flag Competition lor IR. Alexander's trophy. To Uie uninitiated thlR event entails the first player out carrylyng the 0ag which he plants at a point where he 'exhausts the number of strokes ag gregated by standard scratch plus his handicap. Should the following players still have stokes left when they reach the flag, it Is picked up and carried on until such strokes are finished the win ner being the player wild succeeds in planting the nag iuruieat round the course. An it is necessary in this event for all players to hit off from the first tee, members should be on hand to commence play early. The Clubhouse will be open at 1.31) pjn. To expedlate Uie field, the draw this week has been made in threes . > Result is as follows: M. Ferrter, liicu, Hancock; Case well, P.-d«1e«Tier. - Archlbsld;- J^Kenfiy/' McCawley, Sailer; Beattle, Koy, Rob ertson; Hart, R. Ferrier, Wilsoja; Alexander, Scott, Marlay; Castles, McGrath, Wallace; Kemp, Teals, Rya...

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Race Acceptances 3 States MOONEE VALLEY (Weights were unavailable for Melbourne, out norses are published in order of weights with barrier positions.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

face Acceptances 3 States MOONEli VALLEY (Weights were unavailable for Mel bourne, out norses are published in order of weights with barrier posi tions.) JUVENILE MAIDEN, OF. First Division (1.0).—Beau News 3, Cal cutta 4, First Glance 13, Halrona 14, Jovial 12, Law Lord 1, i'riuce Marbec 7, .Ettiiier (i, tiillinei lu, (Step Aside 8, Wagner 15, (Jolowta Grand iiutry o, ■Strange Words M, Valsari 11. JUVENILE MAIDEN. OF., Second Division ^1.30).—Better Law 6, Devas tate 1, Gleii Devon 11, Hidalgo 3, JuuOt. 11, Malakoff 10, Prosoia 12, iioyai xrisii 4, Simon Pure 7, Tiaki 15, Water Music 9, Freydis 2, Lady Vere 8, Btro weiiu 13, Warm Welcome 5. PATIENTS HANDICAP, 10F. (2.5). —French Pact 15, Derrymore u, Gay Donna. 4, Lord Olive 3, hynewe i, Kcp tuniau 2, (jueeu'g Court 11, Bajardo Capricious 7, Pipe Dream 9, Aloit 12, Uoolport 0, Douglas 14, incognito 13, Joy Love 10. CHABITY STEEPLE, 211. (2.35).— Parozena 18, Jevington 1, Garoiil 17, Priority 11, iiamble 6, Henwood 5, Fox ard 8, Hea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

i S^'EAST W .WEST" | MULLAVEYfe ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS — Their Flavour They're in Favour." Go'.d Medallist B.N.A. 1B81— Three lete and Three Srda. Certificate* Bjtu8^-1987 Melbonrae Srd Priu. Certificates BJLS. 1M7-88. MULLAVEY &1Sk Oharlea Sfc. Roma — Phoo* MT __

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

WINTER IS APPROACHING Procure Your HOT WATER BAG Now. Strong Moulded Bay 10/6 Each. JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box ML BOMA. Phone 2

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C.W.A. NOTES & NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

I C.WJL NOTES & NEWS TJRISliANE'S Q.C.W.A. Club ex pects a very busy fortnight at the end of the next month and thu ■beginning of June, when arrange nents have been made to accommo date the Younger Set Leadership School under the State Organiser, Mrs. W. H. Roberts who, you remem ber, visited Roma nearly a year ago. As wi'Ji as interesting lectures and demons ..rations, the social side is lie ing catered for, and the Younger Sets of tlie South Coast Division plan u dinner party for representatives at tending the school. Last year a banquet, concluded the course at Lota und was quite a highlight. JW"HS. REDD AN will shortly Jx sending us the arrangements lor the School it is proposed to hold at Linga Seaside Home. Intending pupils wJio desire accommodation here are asked to send In their forms with deposit of 10/ before Conference and notify the Matron of their inten tion. The Iloyal National Show has asked for a larger and more comprehensive exhibit of Q.W/C.A. work, and off...

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CRAWFORD THROWS BOMBSHELL IN COUNCIL NOMINATIONS: TO OPPOSE KOY FOR MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

CRAWFORD THROWS BOMUShEL IN COUNCIL NOMINATIONS- 10 OPPOSE M tOR mm last minute "bombshell" nomination to contest the Mayoralty wat> rc ceived by the Town OouncU Returning Officer (Miss Scottou) irom An, B. A. {"Arthur") Crawford a few hours before nominations closed at mid day r«rtuiMj. Aid. Crawford, wlio is Chairman oi the Council Water Board, and whose major interest has been the scheme to renew the town '# reticulation system, will run against the Mayor (Aid. Koy), who op till yesterday morning had been unopposed. ; Intense interest .has been cftused Jjj the nomination, which was Bigned by fourteen town residents. Two new candldatesand two re main Ing alderman, also pat in nom inations shortly before M/wHug The two newcomers arc Mr. B. C. Beresford. rWell luupwn in Boma . for many years, manager of the local but ter factory; and Mr. W. B, Brady, who has, pSgured, in repent controversial Press correspondence. Until the last moment Mr. Brady's nomination ^as in doubt, because ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Football Invasion [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Football. Invasion (By "Kneeguard.") On Sunday Mitchell was "invaded" hyrfootliallflre from Morven and Mun gallala. Mitchell "B" Grade played Mun gallala and the game resulted in a drftw. and Morven played Mitchell is • the <iA" Grade to be defeated by 16 points to S." -Points for Mitchell were two tries and s penalty kick by H. Gurrie, a try by. V, Watson, a try by B. Goatello and a conversion by M. Curtis. H, Currie is definitely a match, win ning trump, and looks like being a prolific seorpr in this season's competi tion. ' " A . It. Coatello, as a half-back, ran well and varied his play nicely, and will take a lot of watching in future. M. Ourtis, our full-baek, handled the ball very well and did some outstand ing defensive play. I The game* was much faster and the Mitchell players seemed to throw the ball about much better than in previ ous «MM*. ; I Onr Coach (Mr. A. Miller) is spend ing a lot of^nergy in building up our team, and ihay the best results attend his ef...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

A1J Classified Advertisements v-CiiivjiA.M Kerosene low pl'iccd I six cubic j.el jeii-jguiulor now avali.-i .u ;■->. .i>„iicdia.c delivery Active Sri vnc Alotors, McDowa.ll I Street, lloma. AUk' j.uisuij s.muUnv c 11 Llic Uorae s.._u permission will be prosecuted.—J. C. iil'Jii llEUTa. " A CToK" Motor Lawn Mowers, soil I I propelling, from 12 inch to 34 inch 'cut. Price from £65. Inspect at Local' Distributors — THE A IWl'RA 1,1 AN ESTATES CO. LTD., Soma. CASUS: Large Pineapples, 12/6; Apples ir/<i and 22/0; Hummus 1U/0; Oranges 15/6 and 19/6 i Allied Fruits 14/6. S. Childs, Wamu Iran. JPAIASTEU .A low fuel consump tion tructor with high draw bar performance given by new design re duction gears and right distribution sears and right distribution oi weight. Immediate delivery at Active Service jfiotors. (JW.A, Nursery, -McDowall Street, Roma, has on hand Coleus 1/6 to 3/, Tree 5/ and Tuberous Begonia 10/ to 25/, Maidenhair; King, Sword, and Coral ferns from 2/ to 6/....

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Charlies Creek Meet [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Charlies Creek Meet The Races and Bodeo, held by the Upper Maranoa fince Club and the Upper Maranoa Bushman's Carnival Committee on Saturday and Sunday, April 16 and 17, at Charlies Creek, north of Mitchell, were very keenly con tested in all eventB. Although the visitors were not as many as past yeare, everyone in at tendance enjoyed the two-day outing. During the afternoon of Sunday, a viBit was paid by an Englishman of hunting fame, who is only in Austra lia JCor a week,. Six William Starnpe, ac companied by Mr. T. A. Lang, of the Water and Irrigation Commission, en route to the Carsarvon Banges, via Mt. Moffatt. Sir William praised the friendliness of ithe people of the outback parts of Australia, ahd the effort by them, and hpd an-fiajoyqfele afternoon. He stayed avieinight at *he rodeo sports ground, and presented the trophies to the winnera at the Bodeo Ball, which was held on an open air floor, the ball con tinuing till daybreak the next morning. CiReeulte wlllv appear In ne...

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Golf Notes [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Golf Notes A record attcudunce marked ilie two day opening 01 tlie Mitchell golf sea son on Sunday and Monday. Stores werts ae follows—upe.uiu^ day: N'ine-hole Mixed Canadian Four some:—A. Searle and Mrs. Furnesa net 35 (winners), G. Soinmcrville and B. Coleman 35, Mr. mid Mrs. 1J. Gorrie 35, Urn. tj. Mitcliell and L. Hawkey 35, Mrs. F. Allan and Jim McCarry 37, Miss M. Magennis and H. S. Griffin 38, Mr. aiid Mrs. C. Woir 39, Mt. and Mrs. O'Neill 40, Mr. and Mrs. Jock McCarry 41, J. Guard and Mihh A. Niiiw 4)2, A Broivn tind H. Smith 42, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins 42, Mr. and Mrs. iIj Kynn 43, C. ITirtison and Mrs. ' {45, A. Kcnnett and Mrs. H. Short 47, , Mr. and Mrs. H. Laurie 49.

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Stole Bike, Fined [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 29 April 1949

Stole Bike. Fined In. the Court of Petty Sessions, Mitchell, before Messrs. A. H. Bnnton and E. W. If. Richards, JJ.P., on Tuesday, Dudley Arthur Lajrcock, of Injqne, pleaded guilty to a charge that on April 25, at Clara Creek, he stole a bicycle ' valued at £8, the property of Stan ley Keith. West. The defendant, who elected to be dealt with" stunmarity, was convicted and fined £2, in .default 14 day!« im prisonment. An order was made for the bicycle to be . returned to the owner.

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