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LIBRARY RACE MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

LIBRARY RACE MEET Fries money totalling £70 will be given for the Boma Children's Public Library Benefit Race Meet ing to be conducted under the auspicaB Boma. Beturned Soldiers' Bace Club on June 25. Here Is the race programme: . .1.—HACK HDCP. £4; 4} furlongs. For all horses at the time of starting have never received a prize, flrSt, second or third exceeding £8. (First prize £3, second prize £1. Nomina tion 4/, acceptance 2/6. Z—OPEN SPRINT, £20, straight * furlongs. Open to all horses. First prize £16, second prise £8, third prize £2. Nomination 12/6, accep tance 7/6. 3.—HACK HDCP., £7, S furlongs. For all horses at the time ot starting have never received a prise first, second or third exceeding £5. First prize £6, second prize £2. Nomina tion 7/, acceptance 2/t. 4.—HACK HDCPf £4, 6 furlongs. For all horses that at the time of Marling have never received a prize, first, second, or third exceeding £3. First prize £ 3, second prize £1. Nom ination 4/. acceptance 2/6. 5—ROTARY CLU...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

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CAN WATTLES BREAK HOODOO OVER CITIES? [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

CAN WATTLES BREAK HOODOO OVER CITIES? (By J: MOTNIHAN) On Sunday next will be another game between old rivals, Wattles n.wrt flltififli Every time Cities play" Wattles tbey eem to play their best football. At one stage 1 thought It was luck, but it lias happened too often now. Maybe on Sunday Wattles will break the spell. A win for Wattles at thlB stage will infuse new life into the team. At present they are not playing as a team at all. Their backs seem to stand flat tooted and throw passes everywhere except In the right plaGe. Their forwards have no combina tion and lnBteaa>-o{-raclclng for the ball for their baekq?laey try to barge through the opposition. Half back Anderson played a star ling game last week, but even then did not have much protection from bis forwards. 1 would like to see Watklns drop that ball on to ills foot in a proper manner when he takes free kicks to find the line. Rake Thompson is not raking as good as he did last season. However, 'Wattles Bhowlng again...

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[?] Cattle Top [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Injune cattle men came out or tne Roma Show with honours thick upon them: From WeBtgrove, Mr. Ken Tom kins submitted one magnificent pen of three three-year-old -steers. which topped the Show sale at £81/6/ a head. Loughnan and Sons, of Glentullork, .hared the limelight with a prime two-year-old shorthorn steer which sold for £25.

Publication Title: Western Star
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GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

GOLF NOTES On Sunday morning members will play an' 18-hole stroke com petition. buildup morning competitions are ail innovation this year, and should prove popular. The links are in first-clous playing condition and with the Smith-Western Championships only a mouth away it is Uopea tlmt members will turn up in lull jcorce on Sunday morning to get in good practice in a stroke event. " tlay will commence at V a.m. and the lolio wing is the draw:— Burbidge/ 'leale, Jiyland, P. Ferrier, Hancock. Wallace, .Beattio, McGratb, Alexander, Archibald. Lee, Hart, Salier, Koy, Bobertson, McCawley, M. Fer rier, Cone, Castles, il. Ferrier, Grig son, Kemp, Kenny, CaseweU. On Saturday afternoon play for the X-resident's Trophy, mixed foursome, is to take place. Draw for opponent* will be made at the Ulub House.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Club Football Review [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Club Football Review Page two this week carHes a foot ball review by sportswrltfir Jacfc Moynlhan. This will become a feature if the Frldky Star, supplementing "Spectator's" description of week-enS play In the Tuesday Star.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

RANDWJCK TWO-YEAH-OLD NOVICE, OF. ; (1.0).—So Happy 8.12, Tauport 8.10, Mirrilee 8.9, Bintali 8.5, Moya Katrina 8.2, Lady Kristine 8.2, Starlet 8.1, Debut 8.1, Dasliiug Style 8.0, Eloise 8.0, Overflow 8.0, Kcolito 8.0, High Bail 7.la, Smart Dame 7.9, 1'oxbride 7.7, Jovial Lass 7.5. THBEE-YEAB-OLD NOVICE, 1M. (1.35).—Grand Eomaiice 9.0, Mon archy 8.11, Philtresa 8.9, Cumnock 8.9, General 8.9, Sir Falcon 8.9, Prohibi tion 8.4, Casual Lad 8.2, Susan 8.2, Biver Gem 8.1, Halgoro 8.1, Silver Satin 8.0, Warrah Gift 8.0, Utopia 7.13, Young Douglas 7.11, Grand Force 7.11, Beau Junior 7.9, Boma 7.6, Tetra tiva 7.6, Belacho 7.5. JUVENILE NOVICE (ColtB and Geldings), 6F. (2.15). — Charioteer 8.11, Bedondo 8.10, Trader 8.7, Doublo Soa 8.7, Bed Geui 8.7, Niska 8.4, Kewzami 8.4, Orestes 8.4, Full of Fun I 8.4, Citadel 8.4, Command Perform ance 8.3, Freyberg 8.2, Beau Caste 8.1, Bosmarck 8.0, Tricolour 7.12, Purple Prince 7.11, La valla 7.11, Chief Pon tiac 7.9, Kilgour 7.9, Dizzy 7.6, Lou gay 7.6....

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS PLAN FOR GARDEN CITY AS SCHEME FOR TOWN BEAUTIFICATION GETS UNDER WAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

! PROGRESS PLAN FOR GARDEN CITY AS SCHEME I FOR TOWN BEAUT1F1CAIION GETS UNDER WAV AN ambitious town beautiftcatlon scheme with the ultimate objective of turning Roma into a garden city, with tree-lined streets and orna mental shrubs on suburban footpathB received the endorsement of the full executive of the Bo ma and District Progress Association at Its monthly meeting on Wednesday night. The executive authorised letters pre pared by the Association's Town De velopment Sub-Committee to tli^ Roma Town Council asking permission for residents to pluut and maintain orna mental trees and shrubs on footpaths iu approved positions iu accordance with a set plan, and to the Agricul ture Department for its active co-oper ation and assistance in supplying the trees and shrubs. It recommended that tlie Council be also requested to plant a variety of trees and shrubs in Queen's Park, and to'arrange for the permanent employ ment of a groundsman; and invited the Council to meet an association del...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Race Acceptances 2 States FLEMINGTON I [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Race Acceptances 2 Slates tfjUrilltGlOiV BABKLY HURDLE, 2M. IF. (I.u). —Faunus 11.Hostage 9.6, Juug Bahadur 9.0, Forlar 9.4, jilan o' War 9.4, Baby Talk 9.2, Golden Mark 9.2, A vaunt Garde 9.0, Curtain Call 9.0, Dunky 9.0, Purakw 9.0, lliver Prin ccea 9.0. PEBNDALE handicap, 6F. (1.10). —liegal Scout 9.0, Adela 8.1i, kiutuil 8.10, Priucc lieu 8.8, iruul Line o.ii, Mindril 8.1, Nat Proven i..to, Valsarr 7.13, Black Velvet 7.11, AntmeB V.1U, Gay Venture 7.9, Kesiyu i .9, iiurmeau V'.S, Fetlar 7.8, Talluview V.0, Cupid's Dart 7.7, Finn McCool 7.5, Tjaki 7.<> Jievdor 7.0, Priucc o' iairieB J.o, on-auge Words /. 5, Sumy i . i, Golden Field 7.3, Jovial 7.3, xarcoola i iiaaiant Star 7.0. A.oux.oNa handicap, iof. (2,i5). —Beau Johu 9.8, Clueveiy !/.*, jiluu Legend 8.9, Cliatsjiu 8.9, Viceroy 8.8, Monte Cussiiio 8.2, Gallant Gentleman 7.12, I\epal 7.12, liulierdaie /.0, bun haven 7.0, Dhutta. 7.5, Black Beau 7.4, lienloy 7.'3, Bilbo 7.2. GnASSMEiAl; BibiiPLE, 2M. il'\ (2.5U).—J...

Publication Title: Western Star
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HOTEL DE-LICENSING MOVE POSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

HOTEL BEU&NSHG HOVE POSSIBLE ' The Progress Association in tends to mite to the State Licens ing Commission asking If it is con sidering deUcenslng «pjr * hotel in Soma—and pointing dut that the ■' Conn try We/sn'< -Mwciaaon . U anxious to acquire de-licensed pre mises to convert them into a hos tel for working gills And mothers. JFhe move was Initiated at the executive meeting on Wednesday nfgfit by the delegate from the women's sub-committee; Mrs. -R. •>. Maiden, who1 is also president of the Western Division ot the C.W.A. Mm. Maiden saifi that all members of the sirb-commlttee were agreed on the necessity of providing accommo dation for Voung girls working is the town, and forced to live at the moment in hotels, ; .Mr. ~ Pack Bald that he thought that there were far too many hotels in Roma, some of which were just carrying on for the sake of selling liquor. Mrs. Maiden Kuid that the C.W.A. v. liidi had considerable experience la running hostels, was interest...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

ANNUAL MEETING Of tin- UnmamuiTin Race Club and also llm Eumainuirin Progress As si>ri;ilinTi will bp hHd In the Hall at 2.30 p.m. sharp on Sunday. May 15. All memliRrs :irc requested to attent. K. M. AIJLI5N. Hon. Secretary. (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tnlti>r«nll 'b CJ'il " (SnecesBor to Hnrrv Hnnrl"! Books open Monday, May 80th for DOOMBEN TEN THOUSASND end DOOMBEN CUP \re yon on my mulling list? If not, vr!1(>: T3nx 1943W, G.P.O., Drlsbrinr-. l'hn»i>: Otflrn

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IT REALLY WAS FREEZING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

IT REALLY WAS FREEZING Bom& shared with the rest of the State in this week's cold snap, temperatures dropping below {reel ing point on Monday aad Tuesday in. an exceptionally cold spell for this time of the year. Liglit frost was rexiorted from isola ted country centres, and in the town proper several early morning gardners found water frozen in their hoses. Official Post Office minimum screen recordings for the first five days of the week were as follows: Sunday 4S dgs.. Monday 30.4 dgs, Tuesday 81.1 dgs, Wednesday 34.4 dgs, Thursday 47.8 dgs. Freezing points is 32 degreeB. Grass temperature readings would have been three to four degrees below the screen rgistratioin.

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

ee IB APPROACHING Procule Your HOT WATER &3UND BAG Now. Strong Moulded Bay 10/6 Each. JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Pox 31. ROMA. Phone 8

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

"EAST or WEST' MUUAVETS ARE BEST ommksmmm "JS; ndr Ikratttifti li ferntff Mt M*a*im usui. imi nm late ul Ttn* Irti OottttMtM KAJfc-lNT VAwwMHm. OartttlMtw &4A 1MT4&. a IftJLLAVEY & SON. ttwW

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LAND AND HOUSING VALUATIONS RECASTING URGED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

LAND AMD HOUSING VALUATIONS RECASTING URGED Complete abolition of control of the eale of pastoral and agricul tural properties, and a recasting of housing control to bring valuations up to present day pricey will be urged by the Progress Association following the adoption of motions during the executive meeting on Wednesday night. The move for complete abolition of property contolB followed discussion on the proposed resumption of Amby Downs and Eurella.1 The president (Mr. ;P, Corfe) said that graziers were "praying for the rday" when.«ontrols which were based on 1S42 valuation^ were abandoned. Ton can blackmarket a house to get present day prices, but yon cant blaokmarket a £20,000 pro perty,"he said. Mr. V. Nolan said that in many of its resumptions the State Government had been guilty <of gross injustice to wards property owners. SHORTAGES MOVE -'The move for the recasting of-Bous ing controls followed recommenda tions by the housing sub-commilttee Introduced by the c...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S OFFENSIVE CLOSER SETTLEMENT COMMITTEE TO WORK ON RESUMPTION OF AMBY DOWNS AND EURELLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

(XOStt SETTLEMEIft COMMITTEE TO WORK ON I RESW&T30N Of AMBY DOWNS AND EURELLA JSJLLOWINQ on « recommendation from its closer settlement sub-com ' mlttee, tlis Boms and. District EroBresg Association Executive on Wed neadajr aigbt authorised BUfo-ooinmlttee members to Investigate the pos clbmtjr of asking the State Government to resume {ad sub-divide Amby Downs ud Eurella grazing propsittes. totalling between 80,000 and 100.000 acres, both properties lie between Mit chell and Boma, and are owned by com panies which do not reside in the dis trict. The chairman of the closer settle ment sub-committee (Mr. V. Johnson) said that the sub-committee meeting which recommended the resumption WW attended by Messrs. C. Aisthorpe, A, D. Spencer, A. B. Weir and Mr. B. F. Condon (Association Secretary). Following a discussion on closer set tlement, Mr. Aisthorpe had mentioned freehold land, and large areas held by companies in dose proximity to mil heads and suitable for closer settle ment...

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

NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. I.. „ Local Agent:— SPORTS & RADIO laranoa friendly Societies Dispensary MCD0WAIL STREET' RSMA PKo* (\V P.O. Bos 5'5 5..!-irsr. Ph c. .. IW.P.S., Manager) Yardlov's Complexion Milk 6/9 Tardley's Lavender Talcum 2/9 Y ARMEY'S OF LONDON FINE COSMETICS AND PERFUMERY IN FULL RANGE Ynrdloy'a Ijii vender Soap 2/!> 8/3 CaTiQ Bi»x Tardley's Lavender Dusting Pdr. 12/9 i- , K£V£AL THAT HMHE TOBYS OATS IS SUPREMELY RICH IN VITAMINS A and B, Important teats by famous Dietitians show that only a wholesome, natural cereal like Uncle Toby's Oats cm provide the Vitamins which over-refined modern foods lack. Uncle Toby's Oats, they tell us, is one of the best-bodied, most easily digestible foods we have—pro viding more Vitamin Bj than almost any' other of oaf normal foods. It is also rich in Vitamin A and body building minerals. What better guidance on breakfast foods could you wish. Start serving Uncle Toby's Otag flor breakf...

Publication Title: Western Star
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MUCKADILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

MUCKADULA j (By Qui Own Correspondent) 'Preliminary arrangements h&v$ [have been made lor the erection of 'horse utalls and a saddling paddock | at the Muckadllla Raceourse Reserve. Tenders for this work are being called by advertisement In this Issue, They close on June 4 with the hon orary secretary, Mr, J. L. Thrupp. When the work 1b completed the course should be an asset to the Muckadilla district and an added at traction to Roma sportsmen.

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S 2000 MEMBERSHIP BID [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S I 2000 MEMBERSHIP. BID The Progress Association Execu tive on Wednesday night set an immediate membership target of 2000 from tbe town and district. Receipt books were issued to all delegates from the sub-committees and others will be sent to the prin cipals of Roma business houses to assist -in the membership campaign Annual subscription is 6/, while it is also lioped to raise more funds through donations. The secretary (Mr. B. F. Con don) said that several association . members had promised to conduct a house-to-houBe campaign for en rolments. Association at the same time Ui^fl'.to contact other Progress btfEmrn'.-iii'ifci} district, notablj' those of Eiunaraurrln and Hodgson, either with a view to reciprocal affiliation, of the arrangement of a close wortdnff agreement.

Publication Title: Western Star
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June Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

June Wo«l Sales A pqnfertyM' of Brokers tp/i ■ Pliyeip gn Brisbane on Tuesday de eded thfrt ffce <ffialtity pf w«ol, available for the Jtojw wool sales . would warrant only ens week's . series of 60,000 bales, commencing »' on June 20. This advice was received On Wednes day from their head office by the Soma branch of the Queensland Primary Pro ducers' Co-operative Association Ltd. The message said that the estimated closing date for the sale would be June 13, or perhaps a little earlier, j

Publication Title: Western Star
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