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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

Thoi« Extra J •be |.»di m Um mA aa**| m- II pah* m m iMm at II i—m, md nptadag ty» ■ duML JOfcBWO WOIK —*r 4* I A. B. Anderson If ««m LM. ROMA r&rsrSL

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

SUBSCRIBE TO-DAY TO THE NEW WESTERN STAR i Fill in Your Form Now {Cut -Here) As a subscriber to The Western Star, I am enclosing the sum ot:— .... Six (6) -Shillings for six month* .... Twelve (12) Shillings for twelve months (Cross out whatever not applicable.) to cover the cost of forwarding your new TuescUy issue to me at n*y»ad&t4sr - NAME (inblockletten): = Address: As a new subscriber to Hie Western Star I am enclosing the tum-oft—-i .... Hurte$n Sailings MfTSixpen^ (13/6) for six months .... Twenty-seven Shillings (27) for twelve months. (OroM out w,lu.t$yer not applic able.). to cover the cost of forwarding both . weekly issues of * The Westeip Star to me at my address. NAIK(»4Io«kIrtUo): Addnsa;; (Cfwt of eaeb paper .will be3d. a single copy.; For those ..who ,snb waibe to bo^ onj a kej^r.ftt iJaltyear^s bapft, however, the Tuesday paper will' in affect be reduced to 18/ for the year, making a total yearly subscription of-37/. Either .paper can be rabscribed to inde...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

ACTIVE SERVICE MOTORS (LISTED KA.O.Q. OABAGE), BOX A — »OM S Dfty and Nigkt.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 24 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

SAVINGS-CROSSWORD No. 24 ACROSS - I. Again 5. Good advice 7. Dwelfag 10. Locust trie 11. Place of ad ion 13. Poriodof time 14. Note . 15. Vehicle 16. Tale 19* Jib 21. Small island 22. Table shaped hill 23. Made cold 25. Flat round object 'J 7. Oceans 26. Imitation 31., Yonng doge 33. jGfindft 35. Spread oni 17. Brighter? 38. Swamp gras» 39. Playe* 40. Delivered 41. Prepare DOWW 1. Hence & Exbaoii 3. Cat 4. Number of animals 5. PartJeW-of rock 6. Waleb 6. Wind instrument 9. Sensible . W. Convey It. Endtiid spaeas 17* EagleY-nttl 18. Paper man*? 19. Falsify 20. Fastening i ANSWER TO CROSSWORU ■?; ■ Mo. 23 24* Pitches teat 26. Buge . tt. Metal 90. As well 31. Ib profitable 32. Missile $3. Food 34. Dry up 35. Giant 36. Skilful SOLUTION — NEXT WEEK

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOW AWARDS (CONTINUED) WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

SHOW AWARDS (CONTINuuM WOOL Flecco from ewe, over IS months, 12 months growth: F,state Eate H. H. liuBRell 1, T. Hacker 2. Flecco from Tata, over 18 months, J- months growth: D. Grieve & Co. Fleece from wether, over 18 months, ]2 months growth: D. Grieve & Co. 1, T, Hacker 2. Medium Woo)—Flee™ from owe, over 18 mntitliB, 1" months growth: D. Grieve A; Co. 1 and 2. Fleece from rani, over 18 inoiithR. 1- months ^rswtli T. Hacker 1, D. Grieve 2. Fleece from wether, over 18 months, 12 months growth: T. llarker 1, F V,'. Hacker 2. Strong Wool—Fleece from ewe, over 18 months, 12 months pira'lli: D. Grieve & Co. 1 and 2. Fleece from rani, over ]8 month, 12 months growth: D. Grieve & Co. 1 :mh1 2. Fleece from wether, over 18 months, 12 monthB growth: D. Grieve & Co. 1, T. Hacker 2. Six fleeces of Merino wool: T. Hneker. Three most even fleeces of Merino wool: T. Hacker 1, F. W. Hacker 2. Five Merino evvcp bellies wool: F. W. Hacker 1, T. Hacker 2. Nov...

Publication Title: Western Star
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GRIGSONS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLES, TRICKS, GAMES & MAGIC FUNLAND EVERYBODYS PLAYMATE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

GR1GSGNS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLEslo TRICKS, fr! GAMES K & MAGIC [| A PY * awkugent THE WORLD'S LEADING PUZZLEMAKER

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 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 Cannery Operated by the C.O.D. THE GROWERS OWN ORGANISATION HOBSON'S GARAGE ROMA w SV/5620 THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT CAB EVER BUILT) lm«i now! Not juit > at* modal. An aoonly ■rw production. YooTl be artonlihed at the t«1m Vanguird hriugt to die popular-plica fiakL ▼anffuird it styled to matt you the envy of yow adghbotua. Scuts eix with room to Ipare, Hm mora Kwer, gtace and Uyelion) than you'll ever aaad. ■tuns F All-ttael body. Sealed "wet-aleere* engine developing 68 hj. Synebtomeafa on all fonrasd nan, kcludfng FIRST 1 Lockheed hydraulic bnkca. Jndfr fcmiilanl boat wheel coil ■uspcoMaa. 1m (MM tt» l»V4NGUAID-tnft

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TENNIS FANS TO HAVE THEIR NIGHT AT CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

TENNIS FANSTO HAVE THEIR NIGHT AT CAPITOL jyjPBJhnna- I.agn Tanata-A^octatton^«g^<taptB^:$lTOB^r"the screening of a series of tennis shorts to make a full length programme at the Capitol Theatre on Thnraday night. Mr. Arthur Crawford has donated the nsP of the theatre to the association, and the films have been provided, by Slazengern free of charge after being approached through Mr. J. D. Grant. The films were sent by car to Too woomba to-dny, and will be railed from there to Roma to-night. The High School talkie equipment has been loaned to run the film*, which include a complete short filmed by Slazengers at enormous cost, of World Champipn Jack Kramer, demon strating the aggressive American tech nique. Other shorts give detailed close-ups of play in the Wimbledon and Davis Cup championships, while another' con centrates on the fundamentals of the game. The association is running the pic tures as ,1 benefit partly to promote tennis in the town, and to assist in raising...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOLLEN FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

WOOLLEN FASHIONS

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RECORD GATE AT ROMA ANNUAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

RECORD GATE AT ROMA ANNUAL SHOW TOTAL gate takings (or last week's two-day Roma Show amounted! * to £404—a record gate for the Show, and £70 in excess of j last year's takings. Estimated attendance for both days was in the vicinity of 5000. Judges ill all sections praised the general quality of exhibits. 1 Tlio liorse section judge (Mr. Truv .1 nj «»id Dial lie was particularly im liressed with the hack entries. D. Harden's Gosiago, which won the champion hack of the show and champion district hack, was, he said, cupable of winning in any show ring iu Australia. "The other five horses in this section were capable of win ning anywhere in Queensland. [ Commenting on the stud beef cattle scctiim, 1 lie judge (Mr. Spark ew, .Vl.L.A.) said this Hection was the iiest lie IimiI seen iu u country show. Entries were large and included many rattle that would do credit to 'iiny Royal Show in Australia. The ch.'iiiipion bull of the show, a Hereford recently purchased at the Sydney Sliuw for 800...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

STATHAM CHEESMAN AND CO. (sauA) Public Accountants, Auditors, r icntailM and TuaLos Bpsolallita. lleDowall St., Boma( opp. Post Office) Bwrident Partner, Mi. 0. L. \£iller AFIA, AAUQ, AAIfl. 1'el«rrliOH® 886, Soma NOTICE TT is my intention to apply to tile Bungll Shire Council to erect a licensed gate enclosing lone between portions 332V Eiuthulla and 824V ISuthulla. C. W. EDWAEDS THE QLA6SIFIED COLUMNS of The Western Star are the Ideal medium lor the wnall adrertlaar with K*OtS tO «•»!).

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

KEEUZO MAKES ONE PINT OF BEST COUG1 REMEDY— SAVES MONEY We guarantee that mosey cannot buy a quicker acting and nicer to take family remedy than HEENZO for eradicating cough*, colds, croup, bronchitis and influensa. HEENZO ia concentrated, and coat* only ?/ a bottle. In your own home you add HECNZO to feweetened •'water, aod thua make one pint of quick acting remedy for cheet. noae'vnd throat ailment* that ia equally good and aafe for adults and children. Order HECNZO'- from poor state ,.*r We Stock:— . FLY SBBBKJHCn: DREMOHB®; irfftf, DJ).T. Mixture, Tri-Koi (Nicotine Bloeatone). Qeeafloie FbQiiovii ^ '' ' T«tHU!hlorid*). Little'e Fluid ' Victor Drenching Qnm. little'a Powdered. Tri-Ko» prenebufopiatoli. Sickle Double Action. Bepeater Eypodennie Syringe*. Sickle AraenieaL Wilms Autrating Snivel. Bovox Cattle Sip & Plant Spray. HOUSEHOLD 13PBAYS: WEES EXTBBXDNATOB: K-oa-K, Inwctatpmie. IBON PBESEBVATIVU: Vacmark, BteneU.Ink, Woolbafe Iron Coat Faateners, Woolpaeki. LOOAIi XH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY II I UTILITY AT HUB MOTORS 4 HAWTHORNE STREET, PHONE 348. Authorised Agents for HUDSON CARS, jSWGER CARS AND UTILITIES, DIAMONDN T TRUCKS. SENSATIONAL ATTRACTION! COMING TO ROMA FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY THE SNOWY RIVER StAMPEDE NEXT WEDNESDAY, MAY 18th. ... O1BO0S j i &ODEO I I VAODETCLLE I 1 Featuring International Circus Performers. The Tlifeei^orfiJidoSj Darui^AiBr* ialists; Wire Walkersl Acrobats! Ba.aucers! Fuuny Clowns and Untnm^i.' V ran ill tlio tttobk\ard: For the tiokool Clultlren the World.p \v iag Pouy '^26 inches high). Head of OaUalws. See ilie New Zealaad On^* law—The Atomic Bomb—in action. v-?. ! ■ '' Bee TEX. BICABDO—Winner o£16 tCliampionsliipa in the TInlted State* mA . Canada, give Daring Exhibition Bides from 'the «hut£ 'J CHALLENGES TOALL LOCAL AMD DISTBIOT BXDBB8. Ho Bldexs Bttnft Entire Sliow is under Canvas. Brilliant Lighting. Excellent Beating. * Daredevil Exilharattng Show without a ' Dull Moment in : the Prognaunlb Ivj ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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PROTECTIVE FOODS ARE ESSENTIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

PROTECTIVE FOODS AREESSENTIAL j Some folk know more about the conect method of tossing a motor vehicle thao tbe running of the (most marvellous of machines— the hnmaa machine—according to a National Stealth Publicity and Beseaich Oouncil bulletin. Helpful hints on securing and. main taining health and vitality form the ■ablest of information issued regularly by the National Fitness Oouncil. The importance of correct diet caunot be overestimated. A simple diet - of nat ural foods is best, besides being the least expensive. Nature's way is best, hence the fact that the aborigine or New Guinea native have perfect teeth, while under the artificialties Of civilisation, Austra lians are among those, with the worst teeth in the world. Thia was pointed out during the recent Fruit and Health Week by a lecturer in Preventive Dentistry. Products made from white flour and refined sugar, he said, should be eaten only sparingly. The protective foods include cheese, milk, eggs, butter, meat, fish,...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
This week the Tuesday Star begins a new feature—"25 Years Ago To-day." Taken from the existing files of The Western Star, it will supplement the "Fifty Years Ago To-day" column, which will make its reappearance in next Friday's issue. Here now is the news of 25 YEARS AGO TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

This week the fufesday Star be gins a new feature—"25 Tears Ago ( To-day." Taken from'the existing , files of The Western Stir, it will 1 supplement the "Fifty Years Ago To-day" column, which will make its reappearance in next Friday's ; issue. Here now Is the news of -. - ; 25 YEARS AGO TO-DAY fjpO-DAY is May 10, 1924, and The Western Star lias laboriously reached its readers after Tiours of picking type and sweating over band presses. Sporting enthusiasts eagerly pur- . chimed their copy to Jcarn witli dis .1 :iy 11i.it Georges Carpen'.ier, the I'rini'h heavyweight boxer, had knock ed nut tliu Englishman, Arthur Toivn lcy, in the secoud round. Gloves were also being donned iu<' the political arena in Victoria, where | it was believed that there would soon' lie si sudden defeat of the Victorian J State Government on the Eedistribu tion of Seats Bill and the Gas Bill. All parties were preparing for cam paigiif in what was expected to be the .greatest political battle sinc...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

NOTICE L. R. PITMAN wishes to announce Lhut he will be In Roma for a. few days fom May I2th Ui the Interests of H. C. Zclgler & Bone, Monumental Masons, TooR-oomba, and can be contacted C/- Box 51 P.O., Roma or Thoncs 136 and 149. Enquiries solicited and estimates ilirerfully given. TENNIS THE EASY WAY * • • See Jaclc Kramer demonstrate the technique which nude him World Champion. * * * Look in at the Davis Cup and , Wimbledon Finals. * * * Fall length Tennis Programme at the Capitol Theatre on Thursday, May 12, at 7 p.m. * * * Benefit in aid of Roma Lawn Tennis Association. * * * ^ Admission: Silver Coin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACQ FAREWELL CLUB PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 May 1949

R A C Q FAREWELL CLUB PRESIDENT At the Council Meeting of the   R.A.C.Q. held in the Clubrooms last month, members of the Council pre- sented to the retiring president (Mr.   H. Leon Trout) an Inscribed silver tray as a mark ol appreciation of his leadership during the three years he was president of the Club. The new president (Mr. H .W. Kil- gour) spoke in the highest terms of the work done by Mr. Trout during;   this period. Mr. Kilgour reported that he, Mr. Trout, and the secretary, Mr. Len King, would represent the RA.C.Q. at the Committee of Management meeting of the Australian Auto- mobile Association in Melbourne, and foremost on the Agenda was the con- sideration of a campaign to endea-   vour to bring about a reduction in petrol tax and a more favourable dis-   tribution of that tax to the mainten- ance and construction of roads. The Road Service Committee re- ported that during March no less than 3275 servic...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Protect the health of your family this winter... ""MIL© The Fortified Tonic Food A NISTIE'S l> 1 O > B C T COPTBIOHT MISI1 FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LTD. Truck, Tractor and Agricultural Implement Engineers DRAYTON STREET, DALBY, PHONE 108. FARMERS! TRUCK OPERATORS! If yon are eoniidtring purchasing a track we suggest yon inspect our range of reliable used vehicles. Just callat our Drayton Street Premises or ring Dalby 108 and we will arrange a demonstration. We extend easy terms to approved buyers. h- -.Wii CAU OR PHONE NOW! 1. KiU* all smut spore in "brush" and "crease" of grain. 2. Stimulates gemination, gives belter standard of plaints end increased yields.' 3. Acts in die soil—protects young shoots and roots. 4. Gives a strongand extensive toot system resulting in— 5. $trong and healthy plants and increased yields of best " *f quality jgram. COMPANY LIMITED (Incorporated in England) SOUS BX8TB1BOTOBB. -»7- ' . NA^IUI-COIITROL WINDOWS " LOU VRES i; 100 per cent. Perfect Vetilati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

K. A. MR4IH B. Com. (University of Queendtnd) APIA. AATTG. Public Accountant. Auditor and Tu Agent. MoDOWALL 8TBEBT, mv* Next Oomnonirealth Buk, ^WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS ROMA PHONE 145 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS. WEDDING RINGS. LOCKETS. PENDANTS. TIE PINS. SIGNET RINGS. BROOCHES. BANGLES. PEARLS. EARRINGS. JUST ARRIVED! ENGLISH WHITE CHINA. Cup and Saucer .. 3/3 6-Inch Plate 1/9 9-Inch Plate 2/9 10-Inch Plate 3/4 SETS OR SEPARATE IF REQUIRED. WALLETS. NOTE CASES. , TOBACCO POUCHES. CIGARETTE. LIGHTERS. FOUNTAIN PENS. PENCILS, WATCH BANDS. 1HE GIFT STORE OF THE WEST. PHONE 145 McDowafl Street ROMA Mohr's 35 HAWTHORNE STREET Phone 71 ROMA Plane 71 ALL YOUR MOTOR VEHICLE MQUIREMENIS A No need to worry about that hard to, get PART V JVitb our PRECISION MAUUrittrf — £XPliRT II METHODS and KNOWLEDGE — practically all || parts can be made on the PKLMISbS — NO JOB M T IS BEYOND C 0 ELECQUC AND OXYWEIDING . J . II ENGINEER SPECIALISTS ... ^ H 0 BATTERY RECHARGING ^ f. T We VULCANISE all Siza ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG INJUNE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

816 INJUNE SALE Animated competition throughout marked the special unreserved cat tle sale conducted at lojnae on account of Clyde's Oreek Station on April 28 by Australian Estates, in conjunction with Mortheftds Ltd. The total yarding was 1285 head of grown cattle, including 1100 well bred Hereford and Hereford-Shorthorn cross cows in good condition, principally three to five yean, which averaged £16/7/6. The balance included 120 dry cows and 27 herd bulls, the total sale aver aging £15/15/7. Principal buyers were Messrs. A. F. and J. B. Doug las, of llorven, who took nearly 500 cows and calves. Dry cows realised to £12, cows and calves, from £14/ 2/6 to £18, and herd bulls £33/10/. The usual Estates cattle sale at In june resulted in a total clearance of 250 head, at an average of £12/15/8. Hereford cows with 100 per eent. calves, brought from £19 to £19/5/. Two-year-old steers broiight £13, fat steers £14/10/, and fat heifers £13/ 10/. : At Jackson, last Monday. Estates cleared 4...

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