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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

DOLLAR AID A CAUSE OF OUR INFLATION By Or. O. Mmk oI CnanerM, Most informed Australian* agree about one thing — that the pres sures towards further inflation still dominate ttie situation. At a conse quence, several questions which are vital for welfare and stability are everywhere being discussed. Can we escape further inflation, and how? Can we maintain the present over-full employment with out the creation of more money to Keep wages and salaries abreast of the cost of living? What will hap pen if we find It Impossible to oon U'ot the creation of credit? Is a runaway Inflation better or worse than an ow-styte depression? Is .he economist whlst)l% pa keep bit ourage up. or does he really Kqftf ' ne answers? If he knows what U) ..o, can he persuade Parliament „nd the people to do it? At the moment the continued nflatlon throughout the world Is .aainly due to American aid in the attempt to pit world economics on nn even keel again. Pumping out Jollars to revive Europe and sUmu 'ate ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mitchell fire board [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

Mitchell fire board A meeting of the Mitchell Fire Brigade Board was held In the Coun cil Chambers, Mitchell, at 2.30 i>.in. last Saturday, those present In eluding Mr. A. H. Hanssford (chairman), Messrs. H. Harland, E. RIShards, J, ■ K Carylon, H W. Smith, secretary Mr. A. J. Donnelly and chief officer M. Sail way.' Correspondence included a letter from tbs Under Secretary, Depart ment of Health and Home Aftalfs in connection with the loan of £1600 for the erection of a building to hoUB* Are fighting equipment. Messrs. Smith and Carlyon moved that application be made to meet the cunt of purchase of land for the Ore station and the plan of buildings. A letter was also received from A. 13. Anderson and Sons Pty. Ltd. ad vising that they were unable to pre pare the plans and specifications for u lire station. It was decided to write to the De partment of Health and Home Af fairs and ask tlic Department had an architect available to draw up plans and specifications for a brick fire ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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WOOLLEN FASHION FOR SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

WOOLLEN FASHION FOR SHOW

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

RIFLE SHOOTING (This was omitted from last week's IHiper, owing to pressure ol apace.) The second stage of Mr. Harold Paecoe's trophy was shot on Sunday over three ranges, 5/6/700 yards. As tlie conditions were good, some very good scores were registered. A very line effort was credited to T. Mercer, . who scored 101 oft the rifle, including a possible at 500 yards. £>. Townsley also succeeded in putting all seven shots in the bull's eye at 700 yards to make a possible. All intending competitors for the May Uay prize meeting to take place at the Roma Rifle Range next Sun day ure asked to be at the Post Office at 7.45 a.m. sharp, where trans port will be waiting. Scores were as follows: 500 600 700 Agg. T. Mercer (») .. . 35 32 34 10S E. Townsley (1)) . 32 31 35 105 A. Malone (15) ., . 33 31 33 105 H. iPascoe (17) .. . 31 30 34 105 W. Albion (17) .. . 31 34 29 105 C. O'Rourkc (12) . 34 32 28 105 B. Proud (IT) .. . . 32 28 32 105 A. Koy (-8) 34 32 SO 104 A. Dore (9) . 32 32 31 104 ...

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RINK VISITORS ENJOYED GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

ROUE. VISITORS ENJOYED GAMES (By "L") (This was omitted from -last week's paper, owing to pressure of space.), Verir satisfactory attendants marked the three days of bowls last week-end. Not* only* were' local bowlers in force, but aliso ^several visitors availed themBelv«a of the faculties of the bowling green. VlsltortS froW clU&r at Buranda, Chermslde and Dolby declared that the Boma green and hospitality were such that at their first opportunity they would repeat the visit. Members expressed pleasure at the reappearance on the green of racon teur Roy Reld after his illness. It was not entirely hie fault that hie rink did not reach the score put up by their opponents. The new mowing machine is shav ing the grass evenly and closely so that a very fast running surface is provided. Local bowlers have not' been accustomed to such a fast green and many bowls came to rt'st beyond kitty. Some very• good close heads were seen on number 7 rink both on Sat urday and Monday, while t...

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ROMA RETURNED SOLDIERS' RACE CLUB WEIGHTS FOR 6th & 7th MAY, 1949. FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

ROMA RETURNED SOLDIERS' RACE CLUB WEIGHTS FOR 6th & 7th MAY, 1949. riBST DAT I I KOOKLES HACK HANDICAP, 4-i Furlongs.-—Jack 1'ine 11.13, Again (late Dirty Dick) 11.9, John Edwin Jll.li, Boxer III 9, Bandsman 10.9, Lev 10.2, Bushmau 10.2, Gainc Hearts 10.2, Trim 1)0 Liici 10.2, Silver Bine 10.1, Sera (juuen 10.1, Lady Minerva 10.0, Moontlia 9.12, New Idea 9.12, Spokesman 9.7, U.A.H. 9.7, Red Sails 9.7, Aldetli 9.7,-. Victory Kose 9.7, Jenny Jinks 9.7, Syndicate 9.7, Lyn mura 9.7, Brendn's Choice 9.7, Denis Wedge 9.7, Negress 9.7, Gentle '9.7.! Stunner 9.7, Gun Fire (late Gun Mark) 9.7, Saint Gwyn 9.7, Coorapali 9.7. P.O.W. SPRINT, 4 Furlongs—Lord Shannon 10.10, Wisedo 9.13, Booreey aiiiniu 9.10, Cortes 9.4, Lord Felt 9.3. Bymouiit 9.3, Lewis Gun 9.0, Le Cost 8.7, Masaryk 8.C, Welshman 8.3, Cinnabar 8.3, Hawaii 8.3, Master Moil ash 8.0, Bronze Bay 8.0, Booina 8.0, The Noise 8.0, Barbel 8.0, Myrnong 8.0, Murthoo 8.0, Gay licho 8.0, Astrides 8.0. V.D.C. HACK HANDICAP, 5 Fur long...

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ARCADIANS TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

ARCADIANS TENNIS TOURNAMENT (By "Half Volley") . Last three pairs In the Arcadian Tennis Tournament held over the week-end vpere - Mr. «nd Mrs. K. Waldron. Mr. B. Way and Mrs.. 8. Pryor and Mr. Johnstone and Miss Joyce Johnston., Final details/ <were: Mr. and Mrs. Waldron (-40) <9. N. Johnston and Miss Johnston Kscrj. 3iG." "■ B. "Way and Mrs. Pryor (-181) T. X. Johnston and Miss Johnston-'(srr.) 6-5, . 1 "•Pinal: <B. Way and MrB. Pryor (-15i) v. Mr. and Mrs. Waldron (-40) 6-1. Congratulations are dtie to the -com mittee of the Arcadian Tennis Club for th<* grand way !n which they ran the tournament. My own thorite go too, for the way in which they gave me time to be •:Mr to may my sets. Here Is the Cup winding teaan: X, Footc (captain), S. Vlckery, V. Walsh, M. Wilson, C .Lenihan, t>. .Tiilirs, an:1. R. Johnson.

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ROMA GIRLS WIN DRENNEN CUP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

ROMA GIRLS WIN DRENNEN CUP In one of the best basketball game seen in the Weet (or many years. Roma defeated Charleville by 18 points to 16 at Mitchell on Sunday to win and hold the Drennen Cup. Scoring wlthlr) the first few minu tes, the Roma team was down 7-6 at the end of the flrat quarter, but at half time had evened' the' score at ? For the remainder of the game, marked by even, clever play, the Roma team established a" two-poinl lead, and maintained it in goal-to goal scoring for the rest of the match. As this made Roma's third con | secutive win in the Cup matches, conducted between Roma, Charleville and Mitchell, the team ■ has won the Cup for good. . Two other Roma basketball teams to travel to Mitchell to pl.iy local teams in Cup curtain raisers also did well. The B grade team won by 10-1, and the C grade team played a 3-all draw.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

this Winter! Keep well this winter . . . keep warm this winter, with delicious, invigorating, resistance-building nips of MILO! MILO is a palalc-leiupting blend of pure country milk and mailed cereals. It is fortified with energising vitamins . . . and has a delightful, soothing chocolate flavour which no 011c can resist. For youthful energy, for glowing health, for sound, restful sleep . . . MILO! MILO.. . The Fortified Tonic Food . . .A NESTLE'S PROryv fOPTniGHT Mli'Tl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

PRIMARIES We Stock; FLY DRESSINGS): ItBENCHEBj JOVM., D.lJ.T. Milium. 1 n-Kou i.Kiccitine Bluoatono). Klaonflcix. i'henaviu (I'lit>nolJiiazinc). Wilmo. Jif i (Carbon Tetrachloride). DIPS: ~"-STEtrMENT8: Little's Fluid Viclor Dreuching Guna. Little's Powdered. 'J'i i-J£o» Dronehing Pistols, Sickle Doable 'Ac!ion. Repeater Hypodermic Syringe*. Sickle Arsenical. Wilmo Castrating Knives. Botox Cattle Dip & Plm't Stray. JH'UKJiHOLD SPRAYS: WEED EXTERMINATOR: K -m-K, lnsectatomie. Hormor. SHEARING ACCESSORIES: IEON PRESERVATIVE: Vacmnric, Stencil Ink, WaotblI« Iron Coal. Fasteners, Voolpaeke. LOCAL KIUTREBOTOBB FOR:— TOOWOOMBA F<H7NDBY Pi'Y. l.TJX. "SOUTHERN CUOSS," Wind mills, Tanks, Trongliing, Engines, lining- ;ind Electric Light Plunts, Separa tors,. Iron Coat, Iroii ricnurvulivt. LEVIN & CO.'S AO A •_OOK.J>.w Si'OVEH: AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE JNHURANCK SOCIETY LTD. We can supply HUJ1E .BEINPOBCED CONCRETE PIPES & TKOUGHING. QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PR...

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CHARLIES CREEK RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

CHARLIES CREEK RESULTS; Results cji' (hi; Clinlie'a Cluck Sports Meeting held at .Mitchell re cently wciv: iMuidcn J(;ice, 4 luriongu: (j.. A ' Movie's Victory 1. . .loins' Ktgl. n -,! R. Huiniltto's Hed Feather 3. (S stin t-( ers... j Ogilvie Hack, 4. furlougs.—l'utiiciii Waldrou's Memories 1, G... Anderson V Beau Guest 2, J. Lougliiiau's liuun-. duoroo 3. (8 starters).. ' Darkwater Hack, 5 furlough: G. An-j derson's .lust-n-Si>cr 1, Aim Wiiljvoi)'s! Ginger 2, ,1. iAiugliuau's Sjivn.vk \.:i starters). | Oystalhiook Hack. 4 lurlougs: J.' Louglinau's Boondooroo 1. K. Auder-! son's Birthday 2, G. Movie's White wings 3. (8 starters). Mt. Moffutt Hack, i furlongs: K. -Movie \ Blue Slipper 1. D. MrMillsiu's Drake 2, R. Hamilton's My Gain 3. (0 starters). Upper Maranoa Club's Handicap, i furlongs: J. B. Waldrou's Judy 1, E. Furndon's Bloudin 2, G. Anderson's Valour 3. (Only starters). Merivale Hack, 1 iuvl.ii^s: 1'atriiiu Waldrou's Memories 1, L>. McMillan's Kinglet •>, G. Mjyle'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

PHONE 371 PHONE 371 McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. QUALITY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DESPATCHED TO ANY LOCALITY. Golden Circle Jams and Canned Fruits. Products of the Northgate Camay Operated by the C.O.D. THE GROWERS OWN ORGANISATION HOBSON'S GARAGE ROMA 2T5 SV/S620 THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT CAR EVER BUILT I THE AMAZING NEW 'Mtkd |A bora—now j Not iutt a new modcL An ' 3 Mw production. You'll be aatonlehed at die val*» Vanguard brings 10 the popukr-pricc field. Vanguard is styled to make you the envy oi your adgnboor*. Scuts aiz with room to spare. Hts mora Kwer, grace and Uvelineaa than you'll ever need, atufes ? A11-areel body. Sealed "wct-ilccve** developing 68 h.p. Synch romeab on all forward gean» Including FIRST! Lockheed hydraulic htakca. Indfr Bw •*«*»»*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

Classified Advertisements Wanted — Wanted — Wanted JTJNIOli GIRL — UNSKILLED To Learn Priming Trade. No Saturday Work. Good Conditions. A130VE AWABD BATES. Apply in person to Western Star Office.

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PRIMARIES HEAD ANALYSES WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

PRIMARIES HEAD ANALYSES WOOL SALES ; ■ average price for the 13,779 {bales of greasy wool included i. ifae Primaries recent catalogue was 50.19d. per lb., compared ' with their sate of January 19, when 13,829 bales of greasy aver aged 59.58d. per lb., the Managing Director of Queensland Prim- 1 :ary Producers' Co-operative Assiciation Ltd. (Mr. A. W. Campbell) says in a circular letter analysing the sale*. .i. |,e. vii.s repreb.nccu ..u average decline oi about IB I t>ur ceui. The average meut ui ue Ai<i'iX catalogue, however, wa» { much omow tuai 01 junuar^, aim tatting clue xactor into acioant Hue average uver-ail decline in values between the two sates woiuu i>ut greauy exceed lu per cent. JL'iior to ihc opening of last week's galea ox course me \>oul marAei nuu received a good deal of "car-bushing" in Lliu ricss and cisuwncre—and tncic j hud been sume easement in tlic pricu ox iaulty wools, both in London ana at the Victorian Sales (the Sydney Suius, ol' cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

TOWN OF ROMA TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS, 1949. "THE LUOAL GOVERNMENT ACTS, 1U3G to 1949" (Third Schedule—P.u 11■ II cdj I hereby that lliu undermen tioned Candidates have been nomina ted for EJcctk.n to Oflicc ns MAYOR and ALDERMEN respectively for the Town of Koina. and that a IPOLL. by BA1LLOT will be taken at the under mentioned POLLING PLACE on SAT URDAY, MAY 281 'i, 194JI, commenc ing' at S o'clock in the forenoon and Anally closing at 6 o'clock in tho afternoon of the same day for the Election of a Mayor and Eight Alder nieh. FOR THK OFFICE OP MAYOR CRAWFORD}, 'Reginald Arthur. KOY, Alfred Henry. ■ 'FOR ALDERMEN ANDERSON, Archibald. ANDERSON, William. BERESFOUD, Rupert Stanley. BRADY, William Burnie. COLLINS, Arthur ILeslle. GRilFFITH, John Cyril. HARiDCAS 1'LE, Fi)u.nk Albert HART, Hurtle Boy. MOORE, Arthur Byron. MULLAVEV, i'l'anuia Joseph. PER RETT, Alfred Thomas. TK^MAOCHI, Stephano. WRKJHT, William Douglas. POLLING PLACE—TOWN HAUL, (ROMA. Any Elector, who, by reason of ill ness,...

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WEDDINGS Kadei-Southgate [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

WEDDINGS Kadel-Southgate Autumn tinted dahlias from Too- woomba decorated the Methodist Church Roma, for the wedding on April 14 of Isobel Maud, youngest daughter of Mrs. C. Kadel, of Roma and of "Pamaroo," via Roma and the late Mr. H. Kadel, to Percival, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Southgate of Townsville. The bride entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. Arthur Kadel. She wore traditional bridal satin, the bodice of which was heavily beaded, being the bride's own handi- work. Her circular skirt fell into a train. The tulle veil was held in place by a circlet of orange blossoms. She car- ried a shower bouquet of dahlias and chrysanthemums. Her attendant was her niece Thelma, who wore lime green self embossed taffetas and a matching tulle headdress held in place by pastel flowers. Her trailing bouquet was of dahlias in pas- tel shades. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kadel were host and hostess and assisted by Mrs. C. Kadel, received 65 guests at the Sol- diers ' Hall where a three-t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 May 1949

MARRIAGE RUSSELL—ATKINS: On 23rd April at 2.30 p.m., Church of Christ, Kedron, Lorna Mary, only daughter   of Mrs. H. Atkins, Kedron, and the late Mr. W. J. Atkins, to Mervyn Keith younger son of Mr. and Mrs R. Russell, Gordon Park. Mr. A. R. Norling officiated.

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LINES—MULLER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

LINES—MOLLEB Two o'clock was the hour chosen by Miss Beryl Lines when she was married to Mr. Bon Mailer in the Church of Christ, Arthur Street, Boma, on April 30, Pastor V. T. Parker officiating. Beryl, who is the elder daughter of Mrs. M. Lines and the late Mr. "Mac" Lines, of Quinton Street, Boma, was given away by her uncle, Mr. A. W. Lines. Her frock of white all-over lace, worn over satin, which was made by a friend, featured a sweetheart neckline aud a fitting bodice, allied witli pleated lace trimmings and puff sleeves. The flared and gathered skirt ex tended to a flowing train and her embroidered tulle veil had a pleated coronet caught with a spray of Orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums, and wore a gold locket which belonged to her great grandmother, Mrs. John Lines. The locket was over 100 years old. For something blue she wore a ring with a blue stone, a gift from her late father. The bride was attended by her sis ter, Miss Ronda Lanes, and her c...

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WEDDINGS WOOD—EVANS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

WEDDINGS WCOD—EVANS St. Luke's church of England, Toowoombf, was beautifully decor ated for ti*c wadding of Beth, i younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 H. F. Wood, formerly of Echo J Hills, Surat, but now of Tourist Bead, Toowoomba, and Boy Her bert, youngest son of Mrs. and the late W. H. Evans, of Anderson Street, Toowoomba. The Bev. Warner Shand officiated. Tlie bride, vvlio entered the church on tlie arm of her father and was subse quently given away by him, looked charming in « white mnsquiseUe guwn feuturing n Berthn neckline trimmed with lace, puffed sIocvcb and three rows of lure on the front of the skirt, which ran into o train at the back, with repeated rows of matching lace. Her figured lace veil was caught with natural flowers at the side of a silver laine head dress. She carried a beautiful bouquet of white chrysanthemums and pink rose buds, some of which were suspended from the bouquet' on white ribbons. Tho bride was attended by her sis ter, Miss Winnie Wood, and her c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

UpM. "* - - . Bprarfeq m#ds, trol, fc» fighting. Corimtoo mMtag, >n adjoriabl* Ma nonla* it* doubts coiwege, imootfc, itMdf (*U. * Fm fall Pertlcakm, >iWi ATJBTEALIAN 00. LTD., ESTATES soauL NOTICE TO BOTTLE USERS AND OTHERS jftWwSS1 SSnBRA^S (piiG3§yM0 fermented ^ or onfemeaUd nooi contained fa nu feottl**. Ess&*8.saMs& w%j; K fPBSBSr £"<S^uM' &' £.' fr'SnO'V Of tbe MM Bottle#. Persons «ri ettdmn ft---' they ©wir*Tenr Tti&t*. Tpu^Hotit*. ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHTJB STBBBTi BOMA PBOKB 8U Agents Queensland Batteries Pty. Ltd. Oar, Badio, Housolighting and Motor Cycle Battering. diamond Dry Batteries. All makes. Types and>Sises of bat teries Bebuilt, Bepaizad and Be charged at a reasonable cost, all fiork guaranteed by a Battery All [Testing, Fitting, .and Distilled WRj«r RENTAL BATTEBIE8 AVAJLABM! N 3. DALBY For All Your .Eiigiiieeiiiif Requirements. . STEEL "WOEK TO' YOOB OBDSB. (Write Us For Quotations) STEEL WATEB TANKS STEEL TA...

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