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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

I TOWN TALK Youthful guestH of Judith Sauudcrd for the Show are Jean Weill, ot Hucka uilla, aiid Meg Miller, of Surat. * « * Mr. Euslibrook, of "Bardlomey," Wallumbilla, and his two young daugh ters, Diane and Euellen, were visitors to Boma for the Show. Diane and Suel len were successful competitors in a number of the ring events, duplicating their outstanding performances at the Wallumbilla Show. * * * Believe there was quite a panic in the Loughnan household when. Moya and Maree, in the early hours of Wed nesday morning, discovered their mounts for the show. White Socks and Moya-Maree, had left their stables and headed for liome. The girls organised a chase and the truant steeds were dis covered about five miles on their way to &len Tulloch. However, their ad venture did not discourage the horses and they went into the show winning . I a number of ribbons for their mis tresses. « * « \ Last Sunday night a number of young people were entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Dodaon. The...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

RAAfS of ROMA EXHIBIT CHOICE FURNITURE ON MACHINERY HILL AT THE We arc exhibiting a wide range Of choice furniture and linoleum oil Our stand on JJ.-tiliinery HiJl at tin; Itoinsi Siioiv. Much of the furni ture lias never before been seen n Kama, and you should make sure that you do not miss this fxscinatiug exhibit, thc first of its kind ■ ■it thc Show. When you coll at. the stand, please make yourself known to OS— we want to meet you. Representatives:—IN JUNK, Mr. K. Curry. W ALLUMBIIjLA: and. YULEBA: Mr. G. CI eland. RtAAFg TRADING Pty. Ltd QUINTON ST.. ROMA. TELEPHONE 401. SUIT-U SHiili STORE .«iIUE JOIISE WHERE QUAjLITY DWELLS IS McDOWALL STREET,ROMA. All Line* of Footwear Stocked for Men, Womeu and Children. INSPECTION INVITO). A. P. GREENFIELD & CO. PTY. LTD. OPTOMETRISTS 11,89-191 George Street,, Bristle, Visits This District Regular^ Make a point of having yo^tyes attended to by Expert, Optometrists. ESTABLISHED OVER FIFTY YEARS THE BEAUTIFUL A40 AUSTIN Now Availabl...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

FRFD 1OTIN (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tatforpnl! V ClnM (Successor to Harry nnorl) Books ojK'n Monday, May !i for DOOMBEN TEN THOUSAND and DOOMBEN CUP Are you on my mailing H»t? If not, write: Box 1H4SW, G.P.O., Brisbane. JJliono; OHlrp

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 8™ SEUECT SOMETHING VERY PERSONAL For Mother AT FRENCH'S # A Fountain Pen, A Writing Case, Eng lish or Australian Bridge Cards. Double Photo Holders, Handbags, Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, Hosiery. English China, Gup, Saucer and Plate, Crystal Ware. ■ Don't Fail to Call at | F R E N C H 'S Before Mother's Day. STATHAM CtfEESMAN AND CO. (UUA) Public Accountants, Aodlton, r crtlanes «oa Taxa.on Specialists. JicDowall fit.. HomaC opp. Post Oflce) Besidont Partner, Mr. 0. L. Miller APIA, AAD<* > Am 'l'«l«phQne 8G8, In CHURCH NOTICES 6T. PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND | THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER 7.30 aim.: Holy Communion. 9.8b cum.: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Prayer. 3 p.tn.: ■ Evening Prayer at Warooby. CANON EVA, Sector. METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY, MAY 8 MOTHER'S DAY , 10 a.m.: Roma, Sunday School. 11 a.m.: Roma Service '(Church (Parade of Girl Guides, Brownies, Boy Scouts, and Cubs). 7.16 p.m.: Bo ma Set- | Vice {Broadcast). THURSDAY, MAY 12 3 p.m.: Ladles' ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

MiUiLUiiiiiiiLLh OuT U«.vli Wallumbida's 2Aia Aunuul suow latft weeK-ena was uiAL'jua by a large attendance, Vri^u totalling £lou aaia a xeouru. num ber 01 entries. Ground pre|juri?-tioiiB were u credit to the hard working committee, headed by Mr. A. Weill k.oueieturv;, and tnu ^resident (Mr. lieuhy;. 'J-Ue ring events \icre well caiereu and competed tor. Jf a vilion uiupluyu were excellent aud much interest .ias evidenced by. exhibitors. Tile judge ot tlie horses, Mr. Kil patrick, ot injune, spoke highly ot tue draughts, hacks and ponies. The hunting and jumping events were well competed for. Vwu attempts were made to lower the ground Hutting record, but both failed. Wallumbilla has always been . noted ior cuttle, and the various utudaia^Leid presented some excellent entries. Air. Sohmidt, of Charlcville, exhibit ed a very tine pen 01 ZD tohorihorn cattle. The Hereford classes, tuo, were of exceptional quality. Mr. liop kiiiB, who hag just returned from Syd ney, wherg he purchased ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Jack Moynihan Spends A DAY AT THE LOCAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

Jack Moynihaa Spends A MI AI M LlltAL SHOW LET .me say here and now tbat & local -gliow is a very good thing. ®fj bi^nKE.; out the best in everyone— namely, their money, X Weiit to the Roma Show on Wed nesday. i was iui utter failurei X said Id box—sans bull. X do not drink— sans .bar. And I do not know a black horse from a white one «xcept by thflr, colour. But.jc did.enjoy my three liours . iM the.bhow. I bad a great time. Mir parse was low—very low when I went home. Fhe first remark I beard on enter ing the ground came from a six year-ol a - to her mother: "No you dope, it's a bob here, not a zack," ... Next in line was a cage of monkeys, i enjoy witching man- ■ keys—all kinds. A ^businessman in town mentioned Darwin, rm «mii wondering why he wants to go : Sww. The fciiuw brightens up. 1 get a free ticket 10 the lost world. After seeing the exhibits I'm convinced thut Jt's true that our great, great, great grundamti and grandpas were solid ..., «r I see . the jungle islan...

Publication Title: Western Star
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RECORD CROWD ESTABLISHES NEW GATE FOR OPENING DAY IMPRESSIVE LIVESTOCK ENTRIES FEATURE OF SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

RECORD CROWD ESTABLISHES NEW GATE FOR OPENING DAY _ IMPRESSIVE LIVESTOCK ENTRIES FEATURE OF SHOW A record crowd of nearly 2000 paid £186 ac the gate to attend the official opening of the 63rd annual exhibition|of the Western Queensland Pastoral and Agricultural Association on Wednes day, eclipsing last yea^s opening day takings by £34. # Figures were unavailable for the second day's attendance when this page went to Press, but the ground was packedWt by 2 p.m., and record second day figures seemed certain to be estab lished. ^ \ feature of the show was a record number of entries in tLv knd fat cattie^ectiont. ihe judge (Air. W. J. tf. Sparkes, M.L.A.) described the|ptBd cattle as a splendid offering 01 high quality beasts, and win that present high prices were now being reflected in the condnpn in which owners were turning out stock. Excellent eiuries were ill for nearly every other sec, . _ _ show, and pavilion displaya|jtoere well above standard. A greatly Increased sideshows and ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

NOW OBTAINABLE II" THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. Local Agent: — SPORTS A RADIO Maraiiua friendly teties MOWALL STREET. B9MA Phone' Yurdley'e Complexion Milk a/a Yardlov's Lavender Talcum 2/8 58. p.n Bex 5'5 . I; Sabine, Pb.c., M.P.S., Man OF LONDON j n a FINE COSMETICS AND PERFUMERY IN FULL RANGE Yardloy'« •Lavender Soap 2/9 8/3 Cake Box Yardley's Lavender Dasting Pdr. 12/9 Yardley'g Make-up Ban Timber Haoliag legs is )oat «e stage in the progress of timber item the forest to the fad user. The Australian foieatiy industry HflojK fver 30,000 people. Many saoce Me engaged ia the production of articles oade boo wood (each as hornet, furniture, boxes, baraefa, boats, ptpet, tope and sporting goods) or faon odjer forest prodoefa (sucb as essfntial oils, tans and gams). every industry uses forest products b m An efficient banking system is wital t» t working of the Australian timber fadusfcy. At I stages in the producing, distributing and ni^ aI forest products, the "Wal...

Publication Title: Western Star
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"FIFTY" BACK AGAIN—WITH YOUNGER BROTHER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

"FIFTY" BACK AGAIN— | WITH YCUNGLiv BkOTHiiR I fifty Teats Ago To-day will re appear in next Friday's issue of The Western Star, following a con siderable number of requests from town and country readers. With it next week, in our Tuesday issue, will be ••Fifty's" younser brother Twenty 'Five Tears Ago To-day, winch will remain a regular Tuesday feature. A succession oi public holidays has hod a limiting effect on publications of The Star, but with Show Week almost over continuity in features can ' be resumed and maintained. Si^gestiong from readers for any particular type of news or feature <will b& welcomed. Despite] a considerable circulation increase, . this week's Issue of the Tuesday Star again sold out, and readers are advised to lodge orders either with their newsagents or direct with this office to ensure a regular paper.

Publication Title: Western Star
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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

CURRENT COUPONS Current Tea Coupons: Noa. 13 to 24 (Colons Nos. 13-16 cease to be current after 15/5/49). New Tea Coupons: Not. 25-28 becom* available on 16/B/49. CurrentBntter Coupons: Nos. 16 to 18 (Conp'ons 16-18 cease to be current after 15/6/49). ty-,

Publication Title: Western Star
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GUNNEWIN SPORTS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

GHNNEWIN SPORTS MEET A good gathering of Gunnewin | and district resident'! witnessed a | i well conducted spcrts and race programme on the Gunnowin Eacs- j course on Saturday, April 23, in ; aid of the Eoma Ambulance. j Hefresliuients were served by tliei ladicB and ice creams, BOft drinks and ;; publican's booth were also conducted.! A totnlisator was run in conjunction v.ith the ruc-es. Re.'.ulta were as follow:— Maiden Bending Race: S. Guyatt's "ocky 1. A. Diiigwal'B' Captain 2. M:;iden Hunt: L. Hall's Ehona Bay 1. D. Lumb's Sparrow Hawk 2. Open Bending Race: S. Guyatt's liocky 1, H. Stephenson'b Dennis Boy 2. Maiden Hack: L. Hall's Valeta 1, T. Price's Betty 2. Open Flag Eace: H. StephenBon's Dennis Boy 1, S. Guyatt's Rocky 2. Open Hack: L. Hall'B Valeta 1, A. Courtney's Betty 2. Open Hunt: L. Hall's Chesta 1, L. Hall's Bhona Bay 2. Maiden Flag Eace: T. Prices' Tony 1, A. Dingwall's Captain 2. Stepping the Distance (100 yards), was won by T. J. Bell, and throwing at the wicket ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

A lipMIng plant don much morn (fan light your horn* . .. It aupptles power to operate Irons, toaster*, vacuum cleaner* and other labour-saving appliances. Plants are available at reasonable prices and are very economical to operate. It will pa/ you to write NOV/ for full detail*. ADELAIDE $ 3., p £TRIE BI CUT. BRISB 55C I, Add at TOOWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, BUNDABERG, MACKAY, T9WN5VILLE —J CAIRNS i » h» »»»»»■»»»»« SCHOOL OF ARTS HOTEL MCDOWAll. street. roma. D. BYRNE, Proprietor. Poet Office Box No. I. Telephone No. 12. "NOTHIKH SUCCEEDS UKE SBCCESS" Minnie Downs Stud TAMBO Tlin flnseinp of tin* Oclolicr/Xnvcmbcr 3917 drop Bams will tako plaee OB the 7th Mnrrli. t!: 'rn in Aoi!"'. Rnm« never had a very ha*d dry period and bttou ou nten feed f<>r n ^ Orders are coming frcoly at :uo«!ly doulli figure pri:es. :'n bnyr.r* am advised to book enr'.y. Euifit far Central Lisa delivered rails Barealdlnt Avvtr: «tMr All *e«n?E, 3. >. PTa^'!!4M.

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

Listed R.A.C.Q. Garage: Towing Truck Available Day or Night. Phpnes: Day 54; , Nig^t 173. Authorised Ford Dealers Thotucmds of MAJORS am ghrtog dgpnddde unin d! over Australia! ThisTpnatUe English Tractor is available in bott Agricultural <md Rowcrop Models. There are 4 alternate Gear Ratios, and a wide range o( wheel equipment and tyre eases to choose from. Bectric Starter and lights. Power Take-oif Shaft and Hydraulic lift, can be supplied if required. The MAJOH b ruggedly built economical to operate, and its 29.5 Drawbar Horsepower is more than enough for the average lob youU encounter. An Qhistrated Catalogue will be sent free on request so write for it NOWI qmhW MUnimi BUZACOTTS (QLD.) LTD. Ask for details ol the Rotary Hoe Attachment

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

roma wpm works; OXY AND ELECTRIC i ARC Wi.Li:::Kb ' Weldon of all claeHes of Steel MuLle-1 nlil<* Oasl* ltau*. O'pprr. AlusuiiiiiiDi, Stabile** Steel* Dio O&Bt. A)po Qardfacing to all Wearing l'urti, FABRICATING TO OBDKR. j FABRICATING TO OBDKR. j R. RICHARDSON, Propritlcr 1 ARTHUR STREET I For QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, rtc. Writ* fn Leaflet! P.N. EBBOTT & Co. Ply. Ltd. SCO Qimi Str««t, Brlibm (Established I Ss7) ANDREW MCGEE 70 Pitt St., & X Castlereagh St. SYDNEY Bulk Beady Bubbed Cigarette Tobacco 25/6 per lb. Copes Higli Card Flake Cut Pipe Tobai'cn n»/JO prr 11>. These Prices Include Postage. Mail Ordure to 70 Pict Street. Send Us Your Old Pipes Tor Repairs, Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION Antiseptic and cleansing, will effectively rsmove all traces of dindmff. ItolkvM ttcfclnf eealp and checks falling htU. Keeps the Hair gtoesy and iMatthf. IM»y b» used in conjunction with Harte?^ AHTI DMIMIUyf SHAMPOO). W«• pe* bottto, pmM. f 3/6 DAVID Pharm...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

SYDNEY WOOL SALES A Winchcombe Carson message from] Sydney on Tuesday said that the com pany had sold 9900 bales of wool at their Sydney auction sale that day. Any change in values was upward with strong general competition from the Continent, Yorkshire, America and local mills. Prices secured included: Maekay (Yass), ewes 155d., wethers, 135jd. broken 68Jd. Deuchar (Yass), ewes 140d., lOTid., 100d., broken 65d. Friend (Yass), ewes 115d.

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

The O No other small separator in ll:«: world can equal the skimming efficiency of the Lister Household Models—for they have the unique advantage of "Stayhritc" stainless steel dis£s. These acid-rc;;6tin£. indestructible discs always maintain their rigidity and correct skunnnnf? dearancc. They never need re-coating because ihey are stainless steel right through. Their smooth, highly-polished surface makes them easier to clean than glass. Picosc snntj pie. wiAou! ohhrjilion. your rllusttatcd lileralurc on /Ac LrJct Scparzior icJ .cd for my herd. No. of Cows .. — PLEASE TRICT It! EI.OCK LETTERS , WINCHCOMBE CARSON LIMITED (Incorporated in NJ9.V.) Qwentiana: - ^9-101 EAGLE TREET, BRISBANE l*cal Agent:—CONDON & CO., ROMA. OAMFOra HOLIDAYS MARQUEE TENTS Made with Bsrkmyre top and IS es. Dnek WaUa. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ALL SIZES Writ® for Mow and Partietdsrs. AU yon need in CANVAS GOODS in the beet atyle and workmanship can be (applied. GEO. PICKERS & CO. PTT. LTD. Or. Otpps...

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AWARDS FLORAL SECTION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

AWARDS FLORAL SECTION One Coleus: Mrs. ]. Murray.' Basket of Flowers: Misa Viola Greeu 1, Mrs. I!. -MoChIIuui 2. Arrangement of Willi Flowers: Miss V. Green. Bowl 'if .'.ixed Kijwir : Miss V. Green, liowi of Jfoses: Mrs. F. A. Henzell. Roses, li! distinct: Mrs. A. G. Grant. Hoses, three distinct: Mrs. B. Martyn 1, II. M. Wilson 2 Three Red Roses: Mis. A. 0. Grant 1, Mrs. Quintan 2. Three J'ink Distinct Roses: Mrs. Mor ton 1, Mrs. J. F. M. Murray 2. One Red Hose: Mrs. Morton 1, V. Greeu 2. One Pink Rose: Mrs. Morton 1, Mrs. A. G. Grunt 2. One Rose, any other variety: Mrs. B. Martyn 1, Mrs. Scliornian 2. Four Roses, from bud to bloom: Mrs. A. G. Grant 1 and 2. Bowl of Polnntlia Roses: Miss V. Green 1 and 2. Champion Ruse: Mrs. Mor ion. One Chrysanthemum: Edward Retail 1, Mrs. A. Green 2. Chrysan themum, three distinct varieties: H. M. Wilson 1, T. Hacker, Sen. 2. Chry santhemum, six distinct: Mrs. Morton 1. K. M. Wilson 2. Bowl of Chrysan themums: H. M. Wilson 1, Miss E. M. Prudcn 2. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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FANCY DRESS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

FANCY DRESS BALL Hilariour prelude to Show Week was the g:hool: Fancy DrcEs Ball on Friday night, more than 100 children t&king part to gain the plaudits of a packed hall* COBturacs ranged from Dutch Boys to Eastern Princes, with a liberal sprink ling of Ned Kelly's, Nigger Minstrels and Flower Girls. Most humorous was My Friend Ftieka, with A. Brennau and B. Ilarni bin putting in many a fancy step. I Judges were Mrs. R. Condon and Mis. Ken TomkinB. I Kntriints :iml their corftumes were:— 11. Saunders, Dutch Boy; J. Murr:;/, Ti;rkisli Man; M. Schneider, Duivli ■ Girl; K. McEwan, A Georgian Ladv; S. [Dcu'ar, Au Eastern Lady; E. Eusti.ll, 'Gipsy Fortune Teller; B. Harms, G.. ; L. .Sweeduian, Gipsy; S. Ful'-ro '1, Dolly Varden; A. Dick, Florist U.n; IR. Thomas. Tyroleou; J. Gibson, Et.ny Victorian Lady; M. Kerr. Indian; 1'. Browne, Spanish Lady; G. Murray, Autumn; D. Kicseker, Nigger Minstrel; B. Glazier, Bo-l'eop; P. Williamson, Golden Butterfly; E. Han:y, Winter; J. Lomas, Mi...

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

The ^British P^JTER fan Cycle, Air Cooled KEROSENE ENGINE ProMd Ideal /or Extremis o/ Climate Compact, wiwitloiil and light—only 190 lb*.—tha Ml* l» pro-amlnant In II* clUL Vary itaady running and oaaihr IntalM, a* part* art roadlly tiiaaiitilfc VfMa cooling tank* and hoppan hava baan «tlmlnataa IntalM, part* ara roadlly ng tanka and hoppare hava baan < Tfca MM Milt at 1000 for fcirthar particular. contact WINCHCOM5E CARSON Lid. 99-101 IACLE STRIET — BRISBANI trencha «r: Longic«ch, Emtrald, Hu|ti«nd*n, ChirW villi, Plockh*mpton, 0»fby, MHtt, " " " St. Ooorft. The Roll Call With The Clip And "Yes" is the answer by grower* in district! tkrooghoot the length and breadth of pastoral Queensland' Actions speak louder than words. Winch combe, Carson realise that feet and give growers consistently efficient service. That is why they are so popular as selling brokers. Their capable, attentive work assures satisfaction for clients. Writ*— Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. (Incorporated In Ne...

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COUNTRY NEWS PAGE- WALLUMBILLA, YULEE, MITCHELL MITCHELL STREET SCHEME NOW WELL UNDER WAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 6 May 1949

^Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'. COUNTRY NEWS PAGE - WALLUMBILLA. YULEB         MITCHELL     MITCHELL STREET SCHEME NOW WELL UNDER WAY WORK, which has commenced on the streets in Mitchell, consists of drain- age, curbing and channelling, and bitumen surfacing, with garden plots in the centre of the streets. The work will be comleted in ap- proximately six months time, an will make Mitchell one of the most attrac- tive towns in Western Queensland. Mr. Pringle, a member of Mr. J.     Mulholland's engineering stall, arrived by plane on Saturday and spent a few days taking particulars for the Mit-     chell War Memorial Swimming Baths. He returned to Brissbane by plane on Wednesday last.   Tne Chairman of the Booringa Shire Council (Cr. J. W. Beits),   has call...

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