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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

ROMA BRISBANE ASSOCIATION BRISBANE, 'Iliursday. — Moic fciir.n lua members of the Roma. Brisbane Association are expected to attend tne musical aitemoon to be held in tlie Brunswick Street Methodist Cliurcli Hall from 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. to-day. Social news of association members, l'onv.-u'dud to Tlio Western Star by tlie honorary secretary (Mrs. Olive Kimlin) includes the following items:— Mr. C. Coutts is out ut hospital aud milking good progress. Visits were made this week 10 Messrs. Jack Semi and Charlie Mcintosh, who are inmates ul hospital. The many friends of Miss Dawn Wilson will bo pleased to know she litis quite recovered after her long illness aud has taken a position with Ur. Vincent. Miss Etta Wilson wits tlie recipient of a 'handsome gift when she left the liejialriation Department to take up a position with iiegeut tiutdios. Miss Clare Phillips spent last week end in Toowoomba.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

Only those whoN have experienced the etfccts of sleeplessness upon mental and physical health know tvhat a boon MILO can be. Those who fiave used MILO to assist them know how this nourishing, energy-restoring "nightcap" and regular health food helps to induce sound, restful sleep and to renew zest and vigour. Bcc^jsc it is made from rich country milk and malted cercnls . .. with added vitamins A, "and D, Milo is nature's ally in building up resistance to nervous and other d>srdcrs. Milo contains phosphates, cal cium and mineral salts which also contribute to make it the protective health food. From grocers and stores everywhere 2's per 8 oz. tin 3'9 per 14 oz. tin Prices slightly higher In country areas, MILO The.Tonic for the Times A NESTLE'S PRODUCT For the Treatment of Mange, Eczema, etc., use David's NU-KOTE An effective, antiseptic, toothing and healing Mange Dressing for' Unequalled for reviving the coat and promoting Its growth, Hi Price per bottle, 8/6 and DAVID Pharmacie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

RECORD WOOL SALES A Syduey message from WincU combe Carson's euys tliat the company sold 7700 bales of wool at its Sydney auction on. Tuesday. Merry Vilie Pty. (Yaes) secured tlie season's record of 123d. for extra superfine ewes. Ewes also sold -at 115d., 112Jd^ 110d~, 104d. and lOOd. Wetliers sold at lOOd. broken at 89cL, and bellies ut 59d.

Publication Title: Western Star
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MASONIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

MASONIC BALL (Coutiuucd from Page Foul) Vic Kiiayer, white silk lace over taf feta, with red shoulder spray. Mis. Sol Cliant, tomato sheer frock, beaded in gold; Mrs. Boy Castle, white net ovor taffeta with satin flowers ajjpliqued on skirt and eleoves, pink roses worn at waist; Miss Ivy Foote, green brocaded taffeta, featuring off the shoulder style; Mrs. O. Penman, green taffeta, trimmed with gold lace; Miss Myrtle Stein, green over taffeta, featuring a frilled bodice and finished with red sprays on skirt; Miss Beryl Chant, blue floral frock, ~ with gathered skirt and black velvet trim mings; Miss Audiie Beitz, black water wave taffeta, trimmed with cyclamen sequins; Mrs. F. Eynne, an aqua moire taffeta with an unusual neckline of French i'loweri; Mrs. &. Latemore (Charleville), black taffeta with a lace peplum, and gay shoulder spray; Miss Beryl JBriuapton, black silk Inet with velvet budice studded with tiny gold beads; Miss Jennifer Grigson, pale blue net with pink flow...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

Fifty years ago today rpiIE world was still a pretty busy place iu 1808. Iieie is a flasliback taken l'roni tlio Novem ber issue of Tlic Western Star. J-'Jay had jusl roncliiilrtl in trie "iiitcr-culnnial" crickH iikiIc>1 li.'tv. on SouiU Australia ;un.l Vidoria, I In; loi ter running oul easy victors with ^I'ti runs in I'runt. A late -London mes WI»C li»d jll-l ••«>!»«• in ii-lvisii.K t-liiit-j dales hud IlL'Cll sciocUd I'm I 111 *■ I IllC'l -' national CJrit: Ji i-l .Mai clics '' in Knj;Ja]id tor i-V.W, iiiid a representalive - dilla leam li.ld boon selected to play Waldenrnvo Cricket Club ill Ifonia on ^November The Boers had captured the Irn pefcus stronghold in the Trans vaal, the Dreyfus case still kept world attention focussed on Paris, and down in Sydney graziers rub bed their hands as greasy wool maintained its high sales level by "mounting'' to 9Jd. a lb. (In Bris bane last week greasy wool reached 102d. a lb.) . • # • • » • In liouia, Dr. Sheaf, late of Too woornba,...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

"Wu Iiiive'lrtil repeal; <1 rn|iii'sis t roni (nil' <-<'.inIry i-usf Miners /'or "iMfjell'' Tinned VcBvliilili-h dining tliis. dry weriUier. Tlu-sr vi>s;i>l:ildv>- «iv rieli in vilaJJiiiis mid uulririinis miilenl iT;idy prepMreil » 1^1 . .' . 1 tn.'iy In; sityi'iI ]iot i>r t-olil. We v:iiim>>t sires* l.io fully 1 ho imjiort;>11<.-0 llicsc lines will piny in yuuv kiulii'ii. Huv in bulk and snve iimm.-y. aOoz. tins Grcou Peas 23/ doz. 16oz. tills Green Peas ■ 14/ doz. SOoz. tins French Beans 23/ doz. 16oz. tins French Beans 14/ doz. 30oz. tins Carrots 18/ doz. 16cz. tins Carrots 12/ doz. i 30oz. tins Beetroot .. .- 19/ doz. 16oz. tins Beetroot 13/ doz. 30cz. tins Cauliflower 21/ doz. 16oz. tins Cauliflower .. ;■ » 12/ doz. 30cz. tins Tomato Puree 22/6 doz. 30oz. tins Tomatoes 21/ doz. 16oz. tins Diced Potatoes 12/ doz. 16oz. tins Vegetable Salad 15/ doz. Ill), bundles nonuiiii! Grensejn'cof P:ipor, eneh J/7 . . . ■*"/.. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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AMBULANCE PLANNING ROMA RACE MEETING FOR NEW YEAR'S DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

AMBULANCE PLANNING ROMA RACE MEETING FOR NEW YEAR'S DAY THE Downs and Western Districts Racing Association lias granted the Roma Ambulance centre permission to hold a race meeting in aid of Brigade funds on New Year's Day, which falls on a Saturday. A committee lias been appointed to draw up a programme and complete the necessary arrangements. It consists of Messrs. P. J. Flanigan, J. J. Murphy, H. Former and Superintendent T. W. Teale. Tlio monthly meeting of tlio Centro way hrUl on Tuesday night, November 9. Those present were Messrs. P. J. J'Jauiyan (chairman), J. J. Murphy, F. 0. Jlullavey, H. Farmer, A. Ander son, Ji. B. Collins, Dr. W. W. Feather ,miU ttiijiorintciiileut Teale. Orallo Benefit Correspondence deait with • in cluded a letter from Mr. Newby (Orallo), stating that he was'pre pared to organise an ambulance benefit to be held on November 20, and asking for assistance in running it. it mis pointed out that Yuleba was holding a benefit on that, date, aud tli-.il Mr. Ne...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

THE yur \ KNAPSACK SPRAY m; Light-, sturdy equipment fo* gjnSjl. nil spraying needs, pest con fJgSfi Ifo'. fife frqli!?nq. Corrosion [fm & resisting, with adjustablo twin ,? W notI'°J f°r double coverage, ►A.- Jo*? smooth, steady jets. For Full Particulars, writ*— AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD.. BOMA. 18ft8 Jackson & O'SulIivan Pty. Ltd. Inoorpor&tln# Wftteia, Ferguson&Co. Printers, Paper MerekanU, Manufacturing Stationer* ■BAD OPPICE AND rACTQUII BRISBANE Air* AT STDNET, LONDON, NEW TORE Manufactures «/: "NATIONAL" WINDOW FACE MENYELOPES . SATI01TAL BLVEPLEX EXTVjDPES CARTONS, LABELS AND WXAPmi COUNTER CHECK BOOKB • u ' ROLL PEED STATIONERY NATIONAL nifl ACCOUNT BOOK! •ANDERS PATENT BINDER FILES RECORDING CRAP80 AMD CHART* POR GAS, STXAM, WATER AMD lucmc OMcxi ''WATIOKAL" ROTARY DUPLICATORS PROTECTA SELP-ftEGISTSRINO TTLLt PROCESS ENGRAVINGS:» ONI OR MORE COLOURS PURE BRITIS8 VAKCSIBST BUTTER WRAPS "national" waxed MfUt BOTTLE CAPS RUBBER STAMPS Om« SYS...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

ANDREW MCGEE CIGAltlJTTE TOliACCO .. 24/7 .lb. PIPES Irwin's Kum Cured .. .. 18/ G.B.D 2tv Dr. Plumb .. 13/ Orlik .. .. 35/ Civic .... 20/9 IN A GOOD JTAXGE OP SHAPES Have Your Old I'iiies licpuircd and Returned ill ] 4 (lays. Mail Orders to 70 Fitt Street, SYDNEY. „• -'!2ke3* i'StD B¥ FAMOUS P:-.ClPLE .'.lijiiy worlrj.lamous petite, includ ing Sir 1 lurry L.iudrr, Mr. Peter Diiwson. Mi>6 Gladys MoncnV-ff and Captain Hurley use and recommend IILLNZO as u quick acting, economical nnd nice lo tnke remedy for couphfl. colds, catnrrh, croup, bionchills and influenza. You save loVs of money by, in your own home, adding h bottle of con centrated HEENZO (costs If-, al) cherpists and stores) to swet?t«:ncd water, ihus mnkinj? ONE PINT of the best family cough remedy, equally good (or adults itnt) children. t^OIi all your Timber Requirements, Hardwood or Pine. Apply A. R. ABIEIi, P.O. Box 6. Yuleba, Saw&illcr. l.rr.,. S. YuM'tt FOR ALL HOME FURNITURE. fe F.TRIIION 260 GEORGE ST BR...

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CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS Mea'fl G6 Z-H mehea: J. Poivei" J, H. Haupt (B) 2, li. Booker {7) if. 'lime, 62 1-6 sues. Junior Boys' tits 2-3 metres: .First heat, 1J. Partridge (2) I, J). Booker (1) 2, M. Partridge (go) 3j time, 67 it-5 sets. Second heat, C. Viekerjr (4) 1, B. Pryor (13; ii, A. Grant (goJ 3; time, 6ti 1-5 sees. Ladies' tili 2-'i metres: B. Hudweii (go) 1, C. Aslmey (4) 2, H. Stewart (4) ii. Time, 67 1-6 sees. Junior Girls' 1-3 metres: Ji. .Rus sell (go) 1, T. Julius (3) 2, 1). Ander son (2) 3. Time, 2t> sees. Men's 33 1-3 metres: lUrst heat, P. Saunders (1) 1, S. iNuua (go) and li. Kyte (1) dead heat 2; tune, 21 1-6 sees. Second ileal, T. Jiliils (2) 1, B. Kirby (1) 2, K. Miscamble (i) 3; time, 27 4-5 sees. Third lieat, ii. An derson (go) 1, J. Power (go) 2, X. McCaffery (3) 3; time, 22 1-6 sees. Sub-Junior (iiris 33 1-3 me ties: A. Knitter (7) 1, P. ttobinson (S) 2, D.. lfuniop (6) 3. Time, 32 mm. Junior Boys' 33 1-3 metres: First heat, 1'. Sclineidor (go) 1, 1). looker...

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RIFLE CLUB SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

RIFLE CLUB SHOOT The final round of the F. Mull- avey & Son's trophy was shot on Sunday last, 0. Townsley succeed ing in putting all shots in the "Ball's Eye" at 600 yards. He was also tbe winner of the trophy. With strong winds and changing light, shooters found it difficult to stay on the target, and some low scores were registered. The next shoot will be a practice one, held on November 28, and all shooters are asked to attend. A truck will leave the Post Office at 1 p.m. Scores:— 600 600 700 T't) M. Johnstone (25) 30 29 30 105 W. Albion (22) .... 30 26 30 105 T. Mercer (6) .. .. 84 31 31 102 D. Sore (10) .. . . 28 25 33 102 K. Tuite (25) .... 27 26 23 101 C. Townsley (6) .. 85 28 80 99 A. Dore (6) .... 82 29 31 98 E. Townsley (26) .. 28 24 18 95 A. Koy (17) .. .. 33 24 20 94 B. Bennie (29) .. . 17 26 17 89 E. Telford (80) ... 25 18 17 85 F. Oarne (25) .. .. 80 17 12 74

Publication Title: Western Star
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 19 November 1948

DEATH SPENCER, Henry Sheridan: At his re- sidence, Edwards Street, Roma, on 15th November, 1948. Age 59 years. BIRTH JOHNSON (nee Carter): At Roma Gen- eral Hospital, on 16th November, to Mavis and Ken—a Son (Kevin John). WILSON: At the Brisbane Women's Hospital, on the 16th inst., to Hazel, wife of William Alexander Wilson— a Daughter. Both well. MARRIAGE HAUSCHEN—KINRED: The marriage took place at St. Paul's Church, Aurora, Iowa, U.S.A., Sunday even- ing, 26/9/48, of Aleris Ann (Regis- tered Nurse), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hauschen, Aurora, and John J., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kinred, Toowong, Brisbane, and Grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Laycock, Nareeten, Roma, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kin- lcii, Tumut, N.S.W. THANKS H. 4: MUS. 11. LAWSON wish to sincerely Thank Dr. Feather, Mut rou, Sisters and Xurging Staff of the Bomu General Hospital for their un failing attention to their late daughter while a patient of that institution. j\JH. & illfS...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

PERSONAL AIi-h. 13. .1. liicrk, "TJic H.-ivlmi." Homa, Jc.'fl lor Tomvoomba Js»st ni^lil to biivi? a jew AU'oks :it tin* IloU-1 Notional.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

OHD1 TANKB and TROUGHS Repaired Wtb S A M S 0 N i % E Will Not Crack Liko Cement. Stockists In Every Town. DALQETY <t COMPANY. LIMITED. STATHAM, CHEESMAN AND CO, (SOMA), Public Accountants, Auditors. 'Secretaries and" Taxation Specialists. McDowell St., Roma (op. Post Office;. Resident Partner, Mr. 0. L. Miller, AIT A, AAUQ, AAIS. Telephone 366, Boma. DALBY For All Your Engineering RMpkttunts. STEEL WOKE TO TOXJB OBDBB. (Write Ub For Quotations) STEEL WATER TANKB 'STEEL TANK STANDS STEEL If OTOE GBID8 (Immediate Delivery) NAPIER BROS. DALBY. Head Office Phone 187. Factory Phone 407.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

'JIIIIIIIIHIHIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII | H C MCMAHON i | * DENTIST. | * MUNICIPAL OHAMBBBS 8 § (DP8TAIEB) S 5 McDowall St Roma. | ffiniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimftiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiT Printed and published by Hi^gine and Foxlee, BncceBBors to Alfred RoMngon & Co. (Western Star), at the office of the company, MeDowa'J Street, Bona, by J. Higgian and T. Itadtt, UkDowall

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COUNCIL DECIDES WILL ASK MINISTER TO FORCE PARKING DECISION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

COUNCIL DECIDES WILL ASK MINISTER TO FORCE PARKING DECISION The Eoma Town Comic:) at its meeting 'on Friday decided to con tact tbe Local Authorities Minis ter (Mr. Power) through the local member, Mr. J. Taylor, I^.L.A., asking for a decision on requests for the introduction of parallel parking in. Roma. The Mayor (Aid. Koy) said that Mr. Power should bo told that the council took a serious view of the matter ill which police traffic authorities and tlie Police Com missioner (Mr. Carroll) liad hand led council correspondence on this subject.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

EDGELL CANNED VEGETABLES We liiive liiiil repented requests from our ruunlry i-uslDiners for "Kduell' Tinned Ye^einblcK during this dry >V';il!ur. These veye1:tldeh lire rieli i; vitamins :iml i;nlt it ions cmiti-ut ready p;i-]■;.ivil f'i,i »,i1 i:i.id in:iy lie serve! Iiot or eidd. Wc viiiiiiot fIvpks too fully tin ' i. tliese linen trill pby in your liitelicn. Buy in bulk mid snvo inriiey. 30oz. tins Green Pons . . 23/ doz. 16oz. tins Green Peas 14/ doz. SOoz. tins French Beans 23/ doz. IGoz. tins Freucli Beans 14/ doz. 3Coz. tins Carrots 18/ doz. 16oz. tins Crorots 12/ doz. SOoz. tins Beetroot 19/ doz. 16oz. tins Beetroot 13/ doz. ■ 30cz. tins Cauliflower 21/ doz. , 16oz. tins Cauliflower 12/ doz. 30oz. tins Tomato Puree 22/6 doz. SOoz, t'ns Tomatoes 21/ doz. ICoz. tins Diced Potatoes 12/ doz. 16oz. tins Vegetable Salad 15/ doz. lib. bundles genuine Greaseproof Paper, eiieli 1/7 . . . -to/., tins Nortvejjinu Sardines, per doz. 3 7/ . . . Hon. tins Life^u:ti'<| Conde...

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INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

INJUNE NOTES The Ir.june branch of tlie R.S.S.AIL.A. held its second reunion dinner on Friday night in wliat it is hoped will become an annual event cf increasing popu larity and importance. The attendance of members from 1lu' lii.jmie and Giinnewiu districts wub only fair. :is many were prevented from attending because of tasks aris ilin from 1 lie continued dry spell. J The president (Mr. V. l'\ Beitz). in Iiis opening remarks. said thai it was disappointing that so many had been tied to lln'ir piupi'ities supervising the watering of slock, and so were unable to share ill the annual reunion. I Miring the ilinner the following toasts were honoured: Villi en Comrades, The King, 'Hie Visitors, The League, 'J'lie Kcrvices. In speaking to the last toast Mr. | D. J. O'Donohuc stressed the need | for unity among ex-service person nel. Hope was expressed that con diti'or.s next year would permit a ! full attendance and a hearty re union of members. Catering whs provided liv "lirans" Cafe....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

Tf'OB SALE: Two Lounge Chairs, ex cellent condition. Apply Star Office. X VATLABLE now for iminedintti de livery, new "Britstand" Logging Winches, to suit TDG and TD9 tractors; also to suit D2 "Caterpillar'1 tractors, from Queensland Industrial Sales and Service Pty. Ltd., Gregory Terrace, Brisbane. Phone L2985. MARANOA CLUB Offers are invited for the purchase of:— (1) 240 Volt D.C. Refrigerator, suit able for a store, bar, or pnntrv, re cently overhauled and in (food condition. (2) Ceiling Fan, D.C., 4 blades. Inspection may be made by uiTaugu ment with Mr. C. M. Brandt, Plume 303. Department of Public Lauds. BMSHANK It is intended to issue a provisional lease of Special Lease No. 11390. John Kinivan, lessee after expiration of 34 days from publication hereof, in terms of. Regulation 30 of "The Land Re gulations of 192B," 1 lie original loam1 having been declared lost. T. A. FOLEY, Mlfltaer for Irfude. - ROMA MTJERY Smm i A&XatJB SXBBBI, BOiUk. i FBota: au . j Agent* ^ueeal...

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WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

WALLUMBILLA With the exception of two short breaks caused by light lain the weather has been ideal for the har vesting, now drawing to a close. At the time of writing 'there has been over 56,000 bags received during the intake and it is expected that all crops will be harvested 'by the end of the. present week and carting will con clude next week. The Leap Tear. dance conducts by the Church of Sngland last week was very successful and highly enjoyable. Owing to harvesting and counter attrac tions the attendance was not great, nevertheless the result of the function was good, both from a social and' mone tary" aspect. Mrs. R Carroll (piano), Mr. A. Houston (drums) supplied ex cellent uiUBic. Mr. K. Klein was in the ticket nflioe, Mr. 1'. AV. Howse door keeper, and Mr. W, Kruger was M.C. A verv dainty supper was arranged by tlie hulk's During the evening a children's spot dance was held and won by Ham Penrose and Ma* Campbell. A balloon dance was won by Mr. l^es Irwin, and a box of ch...

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