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RIGID ENFORCEMENT OF STRAYING STOCK BY-LAWS SOUGHT FOR TOWN AREA: POLICE CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

RIGID ENFORCEMENT OF STRAYING SlOCK BY-LAWS SOUGHT FOR TOWN AREA: POLICE CRITICISED JDIGID enforcement of Council by-laws in impounding straying stock and " taking action to prohibit the driving of livestock along the town streets or anywhere else within a lown proper area to be defined, was recommended at the monthly meeting of the Roma and District Progress ' Association Executive on Wednesday night. Tbc recommendation, submitted by the town development sub-committee, originally included the entire town area in the proposed prohibited urea, but this was modified by the execu tive after considerable discussion. Leading the attack, the sub-com mittee chaiiuan (Air. D. M. PackJ said he was not interested in drovers or anyone else concerned with the move ment of stock, but he was interested m the fact that any day someone might be killed by the practice of driving stock through the streets. It had become a common prac tice far drovers and others to al low horses to roam unattended on ...

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

A THE HOUSE OF GUARANTEED SERVICE McDOWALL STREET ROMA Phone 277 — P.O. Box 87 FISHING TACKLE GREEN LINEN' LINES LIGHT: '1/6 for 20 vde. MEDIUM: 3/ for 20 yards. MED. HICAVY: 3/0 for 20 yards. HEAVY: 4/ for 20 yds. EX. HEAVY: B/8 for 20 yurdt. FIXE TEST, 2Bibs. 50 yn*d» — 5/ MED. TEST. 301ha. 50 yards ™. ..... 5/11 HEAVY TEST, flglbt. 50 yards _ 0/11 ALVEY FISHING TACKLE BOX. 10/6 — UJUL— CAST IRON BOILER STAND complete with SPUN COPPER BOILER AND PIPING 12 Gallon £7-15-0 Complete FISHING TACKLE RANGOON FISHING BOOB1 M to 16 Feet FISHING HOOKS Nos. 1-0, 8-0, S-O, 4-t, 6-0, 8-0, 10-0, 12-0. NYLON TBACBS 12 GAUGE CAETEIDGES GRAND PBIX No. 4 Oiot ALFHAHAX No. 8 and 5 Shot GROCERY DEPARTMENT LENTEN SPECIALS:— Rooking Salmon, Barracouta, Sardines, Herrings, Kippered Snack*. Whitebait, Rock Lobster, Crayfish, Spaghetti, Sweet Corn* Baked. Beans, Etc, TONl HOME PERMANENT WAVING OUTFIT Ceffipjete 19/6 Refill 10/ Chiliblain Paint .. 1/6 Chiliblain Tablets 1/6 Chiliblain Ointment 1/ Laxettes ...

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

The Trots Still On ROMA'S CASKET KING Sold £1000 in Casket 1309; £40 in 1316; £100 in 1334; £400 in 1335; £50in 1336; £50 in 1338; £100 in 1341. BE IN IT TO WIN IT BUY YOUR CASKET TICKE T AND SHARES FROM McDowall Street. Phones 84 and 266. Active Service Motors U«TknVAT.T. QfTDDVVn R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER Breakdown Service — Phone: Day 3. Night 249 VAUXHALL* PRESENTS 9 brilliant naecomers TmMI, ««Us JMdet among 60-6S nvpJi. and give* ■ good Bddih an in Australia for 14 3S m.p.g. at 30 tn.p.h— lighi ycan put, bring* you the finest cat figures with really "big car" range of ncv mNHintoffered readability. — at priccs 10 smv yoo money. Vclox and Wyvetn fue each The 18 h.p. 6-cfl. Vanxhall available witb English-built VHLOX is andrely new — a Saloon bodies . . . Australian true top-gear performer, witb Turret-Top Bodies by Holden can cruising speed of 60 m.p.h. ... and Calechc Tourer bodies, and top speed of 75 m.p.h. Built for immense mileages. Gives 28m....

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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C.W.A. Hostel Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

C.W.A. Hostel Appeal The O.WA Boy's Hostel is without the services of a matron and warden, following the resigna tion of Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop, 'who were called away urgently to Bris bane last week. The C.W.A. Western Division pre sident '(Mm. Maiden) has been actios as matron and Mr. Pat Lucy has been. carrying on as ft volunteer warder. It Is expected that the emergency will continue for about a fortnight untl permanent relief arrives. The hostel does'the cooking for the girls' hostel as well as the boys. There are 24 boys and l^.girls at present hoarding ,£t botfiijipaees. (voluntary wo^klra tfa.BLsSg't In conduct ing the hostels until 'the arrival o£ permanent relief.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE SCENE OF BIG COUNTRY WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

BRISBANE SCENE OF BIG COUNTRY WEDDING wedding of interest to a large nnmber of friends in the Roma district was that of Sliss Margaret Boyce, elder daughter of the Le8 Boyces, of "EI Dorado," Soma, to Mr. Ctyril Humphreys, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Humphreys, of "Button Veney," Soma, and "Waddle Brae," In June, which took plan at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, on April 23. The bride who was given away by her father, made a -charming PloW® in her old world gown of Ivory lace, the billowing skirt of which was rnufiht up with velvet rose buds . She also wore a beautiful veil of Limerick lace which was lent by Mrs. J.ick Bayard, of BrlBbane, and car ried a shower bouquet ot orchids iinrt tuber roses. She was attended by her sister ilorcnoe a« chief ,bridesmaid, who was fi'oi'ked c in moonlight 1)1 ue lace, the flowing skirt of which was made in the new bustle effect, and Pain McKnox of Brtoban* (a friend at btr schooldays), whose similar lace trocn was In palest apricot shade....

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

SCOUT WEEK PLANS An inter-denominational Church Scrvice whioh Scoute, Wolf Cuba. Guides and Brownies attended In uniform was held on Sunday, May 8. It opened Scout Week In Roma. To-night the local "Scouts and Cubs arc holding a Scout and Cub meet ing at the Scout Ball at 7.80 p.m. to which parents and the public are In vited so that they may see how a meeting really works. The Scoots have erected a model patol caxnp at the back of the nail and there will be a campflre Item or two «s well. There la no charge for admission. On Saturday morning at MO am. 4ZR will broadcast a recording of an address made by iLord Howallan on his recent visit to Toowoomba. This is a very fine address and well worth hearing. On Sunday the Scouts win spend * day in the bush, when an inter patrol tournament will be held.

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

! TOWN TALK Lc'>king back on Show Week from the \outage point of a week, one must admit that beside® being a social suc cess it was also a test of strength. The programme—the Golf Call, Tues day night; the Show Ball, Wednes day niglu, more Show Thursday; a dance Thursday night; the Diggers' Races Friday afternoon; the Diggers' Ball Friday night and races Saturday afternoon. This,, of course, was sup plemented by various private parties, which only goes to prove the old ad age—"They're-tough, mighty tough in the West." Perhaps the mout surprised people at the races when the 25-1 outsider Cinnabar won the last race, were the owners, Doug and Wallace Gammon and Harry Rodney of St. George. They didn't even back it themselves. Mr. Ernie Walmsley of "M&ronga." I and son John of "Rookwood" with Mr. and Mrs. Val Walmsley and i Wally Austin were other St. George ! visitors. Guests at the Commonwealth Hotel: included Mr. and Mrs. Hedley Ever ingham, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grieves with Ro...

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

Listed R.A.C.Q. 'Garage: Towing Truck Available Day or Ni Phones: Day 54; Night 173. ght. Authorised Ford Dealers m Fordsoiv W w MajoR * of MAJORS aw giving dependable service cdl over AustraUal 1fn« versatile E&glirii Tractor is available hi both Agricultural and Rowcrop Hrfl+K IImn an 4 alternate Gear Ratios, and a wide rang* of iriml ei|iilisinnil caul tyre sixes to choose from. Electric Starter and lights. Power Tefce-ofi Shaft, and Hydraulic Hit, can be supplied if required. The MAJOR is raggedly built economical to operate, and its 29.5 Drawbar Horsepower Is more than enough for the average fab yonH encounter. An illustrated Gertcdogue will be seat free on requeet, so write for It NOWI TRADING C9 LIP ROMS ■ i BUZACOTTS (QLDJ LTD. Ask for details of the Rotary Hoe Attachment

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

. SURAT NOTES (By Ottr Own Correspondent) | Plans have l>een completed for tlio, I construction of a large scale £36,000 I water supply scheme for the town oI SuraL Coat of the scheme will be met by debenture loins from the btate Gov ernment. The scheme will be a boon to the 800 residents of Surat'who at present draw their household water from private supplies Embraced in the plans are a large weir, treatment works and supply' tank. The weir will be constructed near the Chinaman's Gardens at a Hpot where the Balonne River is deep with steep banks. When completed the river will become an cxpanslv*.* sheet of water. Work on the pump well and exca vations has already started and the whole scheme is expected to bo com pleted within two years. The £35,000 water supply loan is apart from the electricity loan for the benefit of Surat residents. j

Publication Title: Western Star
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WALLUMBILLA (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

i WALLUMBILLA (From Our Own OofTe:pondent) A very pleasant and instructive day was spent al the State School last Friday, the day being observed as Arbor Day. The forenoon was given to tree planting. In tUc afternoon a basket picnic was held In the school grounds. There was a good roll up of parents and children. The first tennis match of the' Wal. lumbllla Tennis Association wan played at Baslie Tennis Courts last Sunday between Raslie and Wallum bllla Clubs. Wallumbilla waa successful by 39 games. Quite a pleasant day was spent and some good tennis witnessed. Mr. H. -Flohr of the Wheat Board is beFe fepfliving supplies of apefl °vybea.t from Roma And1 farmers may receive seed wjieat on application to Mm, The weather fo&e becopip cplfl ajii rain is needed for the wheat planting. A meeting of the Wallumbilla Rlflo Club was held last SYldfty. and there was a good attendance. Much 'busi ness was transacted. Subsequently a working bee was held at the Rifle Range bn Sunday atid ...

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

DALBY CAMPDRAFT IN JUNE The Dalby Caihpdraft and Bush men's Carnival will be held en June 11 and 13. The programme committee estimates tliat total priw money at £&>()■ Th«s m;iln event is tlie open campdraft at' £150 (First .£100 and sash, second C*31), tlilrd £13, fourth £6. Other wonts include novice, nialdon. juvenile find ladies' drafts, bullock rldlufr, buoklu roping; and i liilrtrcn's hack events. An Innovation will he the combined! iuendlnK and flag rnoe. similar to that fi^ld at the 19411 Sydney Royal Show. 1!<ikP"H.so has already been received from well-known riders and it is exr ported th«t many of Queensland's i li'uillnH horses will again compete. ! ■ Intending competitors may malco further enquiries from tho Secretary, Mr. .1. H. fltophonaen, phone" Dalby (147. ■Results of tlie Romn nnd District lieimcl nnd Poultry OIoIi'r Raffle, htsld at tlie Romii Show wore as fnlltHvn:— Virst vrir.o, Tickot No. 28J, Mrs. D. J. Heard on, May Street, Boms; Se...

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

FRENCH (PTY) LTD. Wish to advise the public they are Clearing their LIBRARY BOOKS AT 1/6 EACH.] From May 16th. Don't Miss This Wonderful Opportunity of Choosing Your Own Reading Matter. CHURCH NOTICES ST PAUi-S CHURCH OF ENGl-Af0! ®T.V SUNbAY AFTER WIttj 7,30 a.m.: Holy Communion. »«I Sunday School. 7-80 Evening Prayer (broadcast). * P-» Evening Prayer at Muckadlua. CANON EVA, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SUNDAY, MAY 16 9.80 a.m.: Wireless Sunday School and Church. 10 a.m.: Kindergarten Md Sunday School. W- 8t" Andrew's. Roma. mm™ ■Preacher: Mr. T. D. MuIR. THE SALVATION ARMY SUNDAY 10 a.m.: Young People's Meeting. 11 a.m.: Holiness Meeting. ?.S0 P®. Salvation Meeting, conducted «y Major I* H. Hill. THUR8DAY> Home League. CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY, MAY 1# 10 a.m.: Bible School. 11 Breaking o-' Bread. All- Service. 7.30 p.m.: Gospel Meet '"tUESOAV! T.80 •, 'pjn.. ' Christian Endeavour. _ WEDNESDAY! 7.46 Prayer Meeting. All welcome. V. T. PABKER. ■ WARROO SHIRE COUNCIi Notice of Inten...

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

Fo 00 YOU REQUIRE MODEL FROCKS - SUITS - OR COATS Designed by Famous Marcus Lee and Lyn James (S.SAV. to S.O.S.) OR DO YOU WANT BLOUSES - SKIRTS - OR NEW SEASON'S HATS Whether You Do or Don't SEE THEM TO-DAY AT FROCK SALON Wyndham Street — Roma. Write or Call. (Proprietress: E. M. FOLLINGTON) A Bright Sign for Stockowners Us brightness vises from the good checf coptftinod la its message. CATTLE, SHEEP AND LAMBS1 FOR CANNON HILL, BRISBANE. Winchcombe, Carton'* stock selling organisation is 'completely - efficient and highly successful in the results it produces.: The Stock Department Manager, and his Staff consistently give clients' consignments the closest individual care. That fact.-combined with their thorough knowledge oi the business, places owners in an assured position for top ruling values. Rail Sheep, Lambs, Cattle to— Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. (Incorporated in New South Wales) Cannon -Hill Yards, Brisbane. J. Oftcee: 9I/1M Eagle Street, Brisbane. And at Longraach, Eme»idd« ti...

Publication Title: Western Star
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fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Jijte w Hp ioxiag ') (Fifty Years Ago To-day returns • its place in tl»c l«riday Star this wefc, , and will continue as a regular fe ature. its ceeEation some weeks ifo brought more than 30 protesting li ters from country and town sui scribers. This time, "Fifty," with Us younger brother, "Twenty Five Yers Ago To-day" (published in the Tus «w»y Star), are back to stay.—Ed. jpEDEBATION was in the air anl ! on the tips of every able tongud man and woman In all els colonic ! Fifty Tears Ago To-day, and mai? and violent were the controversy as warring factions manoeuvred St « positions. The Federation Bill, wrote >ne dynpcptic isolationist, was so bally drawn that it would promote pain m the head, dizziness, chilblains, anl a heavy feeling after meals. Anotier calculated that it would add an aidi tional lid. a year to the annual aib scrpition to women's fashion mga* zmes, while a third brought firth evidence that it would increase the C06t of junior's all-day sucker byfeth. o£ a penn...

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Jottings — from Wallumbilla [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

(fattta* -—from Walkmbilla 2ep4sizi0re gltfredouijcl| rnatte/B: Overboarfl f '"To# know, yo# pa# pas ily minjudge a person," Take Mr. ■ ■■—, (or install^., ,4i though I've known hint by figl4 very long tine, I alwSys thought $i|fl very stand-offish. But he came along tUc other day and we had a fereat aid yarn. He told me why he was standing for tftp CotaSciV' tad SI! the ihatterrs he Mm. Reiuij to get fixed op. He schemed fejnoving the old dil apidated crossing jani} pgt^ing a u6w bridge over the Wallumbifta Creek leading to the showgrounds. introduc ing a now sytftgin of dutoping the night soil, jam tins and empty bottles and improving the conditions of the gat bugo dump; have a!) tfce Noogoorg and Bnthurst fjurr cjefinied lap; diverting the heavy «toc|f trtiff.if fron) tiu; main sheet to ,1 new »Wk ropfe. Jie a)so spoke about tlie bad conds out our ivfij'., which he would have put in good .order immediately: have our foot imiliH improved; a town -water scheme nnd a lot of other th...

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

{ Bowling Notes SinglciB championship: Mnofarlftpe 31 v. Holcombe 25: Dr. ■Williams 31 v. G. McLenan Sr.. Social games; Holcombe, Holcombe, Sanders 26 v. Macfariane,. Qulnn, Marsh 14; Butler, Searl 14 v. <j. Kal linicos, Wal. Compagnoni 19. MITCHELL GOLF CLUB fic.sults of last week-end's play re 1$ hole stroke (1st 8 to qual tty fpr 1# boles match tflay "fop pat-' ron's ; JL.. P-y^n, handicap 18, net oi-flre p. fj<j>dl^er, 25, 76; A. Kennelt, J#, 77; j. kliftofl', ij, 74; B. Coleman, 26, 7£; <3,. ,Jpjaki#e, JLO, 79; C. Hohson, IS, §1; A, Rrowfl, 23, : A. Searle, 19, 86; B. Lmurie. ?if; Jack MoCarry, 12, sg; c. Weir, IS, .90; H. Short, 16, Si. Match play to be contested: L. Ryan v. A. Brown; F. -Gardiner v. C. Hobson; A. Kennett v. C. Jenkins; J. Lilston v. B. Coleman.

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COUNTRY NEWS PAGE —MUCKAD[?]LLA, WALLUMBILLA MITCHELL, SURAT, NINE INJURED IN MITCHELL TRUCK ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

jjftifffffiiiHifiiiiifiiHHiiiiifiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiii: ICOUNTRY NEWS! MUCKAD2LLA, WAU-UtflBILl.A S 1 lUTCHEU, SOrfttf, 5 NINE INJURED IN MITCHELL IRUGK ACCIDENT I MITCHELL^ Thursday.— . On Saturday evening, at 7.40 p.m., a mewenger called at the Ambulance Station and asked that an Ambulance go to the assist ance of several men, who were injured on the Bollon Road, abont a male from town. A utility truck, in which they were riding, had collided with a guide post and overturned. Two Ambulance cars were quickly on the scene of the accident, and the injured were attended to and transported to hospital. Victims were: H. Wilson, 34, man-led shearer, Rugby street, who suffered a lavs* lacerated wound, injury to left forearm and shock. G. K. Kcring, 21, single, Alice Street, shearer, injury to left shoulder, abra «iona to face and left hand and shock. Ted Hunter, 22, single, Mar} Street, ■shearer. Injury to left shoulder, abra sions to face, la...

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

00 YOU SLEEP WEIL? OR DO YOU WAKE UNREFRESHEtf? Perhaps your mattress is the cause of unfreshing or restless J sleep. If your mattress is lumpy or thin, you cannot hope for that deep slumber from which you wake in the morning full of sparkle and vim, ready for the day's work. We have soft sleep-giving mattresses to suit all beds and all pockets. Double Bed Fibre Mattresses, from £ 4 2 6 Donble Bed Kapok Mattresses, from 10 8 9 Three-quarter Fibre Mattresses, from 3 14 3 Three-quarter Kapok Mattresses, from 8 17 0 Single Bed Fibre Mattresses, from 3 7 10 Single Bed Kapok Mattresses, from 7 16 9 SPECIAL: Double Bed Inner Spring Mattress at . . . £18 12 6 Bepresentativea:—IN JUNE, Mr. K. Curry. WALLTTMBILLA: and. YULEBA: Mr. G. CI elan*. KAAFB TRADING Pty. U1 QUINTOfl ST, ROMA. TELEPHONE 401. SUIT-U SHOE STOKE ROUSE WH&E QUALITY DWELLS 75 McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. AQ Lines of Footwear Stocked fin Men, Women aid Children. INSPECTION myna>. A. P. GREENFIELD & CO. PTY. LTD...

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TUSSAUD WAXWORKS DRAW 100 MILLION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

| TUSSAUD WAXWORKS | i DRAW 100 MILLION j j In the century and a half o£ its ex j isicnce, more than a hundred million people have passed through the doore of the plain red brick building In th< West fend of London, .where the wax works of Madame Tussaud arc housed. On holidays the current attendance . averages 3000 people a day and queue! four deep stretch outside Its doors, rain, sun, hail or fog. The . constantly 1 changing panorama lnBlde makes It a point of interest for native London ers as well as visitors. Madame Tussaud's Is as popular a London landmark as any of the famous buildings _ that are synony mous to strangers with the visions conjured up of London. One of tbe first things to catch the visitors' eyes, once they enter the cream tiled loliby of this three storey building, Is tbe smiling wax recep tionist who holds the catalogues. Many strangers bave thought that she was alive, and received quite a shock when the receptionist has not replied or altered her f...

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The Western Star — Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

IVbt Sifcsfcra — (ftMtoral IfNTRY of 13 candidates (or this month's Roma Town Council Elections is a nirttnr for gratification, reflecting as it does an interest in local affairs wliich lias sometimes been lacking in tlie past. I l' .ii v <•: inlidiitc in minuted for clec I tic;, irr.: ]Kviivt' of how lie polls, ii iO jc i"ni;jritul:i<cd on this count— nunc mure so tuaii (he younger mei who have volunteered to share civil n ^ponsihilities ivith their ciders. The job of local authority work ii a thankless one taken by and large, un paid, and involving a great deal oi i installing thought from those win enter it seriously, as well as a majoi ci.rtailnient of their leisure time, anc often a considerable drain on private resources. The need for strong local author ities, however, has never been more uigent than it is to-day. Despite tlie acceptance by all legis latures of almost all countries of tin i:ceJ ;cr decentralisation of trade and ird'jstry ami population, ...

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