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

ROMA WELDING WORKS OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS RTelden of all elauei of Steel Halle iMe Cut, Brau, Copper, Aluminium, Stainlew Steel, Die Out. Mio Hirdfactng to all Wearing Parti FABBIOATINQ TO OBDBB. R. RICHARDSON, Proprietor ARTHUR STREET F»r QUALITY BLINDS LOUVKE PANELS, etc Tdk Ik Letfcci f. H. EBBOTT A Co. Pty. LU. MO QtMi Mml, Brtekiit

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

PETROL C KEROSENE ENGINES M2 H.P.' available for tank or hopper cooling. Lister is truly the universal ^ power unit for, the world over and the year round, these renowned British i engines carry on willi unfail- r ing efficiency and unequalled economy. For flic man who ^ needs a really reliable engine, t there is none lo equal a ^ lister. NOTE THESE EFFICIENCY FEATURES COMBUSTION CHAMBER is specially designed to ensure thorough mixing of the gases. By this means maximum output is obtained with a minimum fuel consumption. GOVERNOR of the centrifugal type controls the throttle valve so that the quantity of fuel is varied with the load. LUBRICATION is automatic to all working parts. CRANKSHAFT is of high tensile steel, accurately machined and finished by grinding to fine limits. Distributors in Queensland WINCHCOMBE CARSON UAUIED (Incorporated in NJB.WO *9-201 EAGLE TREET, BRISBANE Local A«ent:~Q0NP0N * CO., ROMA.

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Brisbane Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

Brisbane Wool Sales - A Winclioombe Carson message oa Tuesday said that their sale - con sisted of a selection of good to aver age topmaklng types. Compared with Monday's opening rates, values generally were un changed, except for better style good ength fleeces, which were In buy er's favour. Great 'Britain and Uic Continent were the principal operators sup ported by local mills. Sales on account were: Glabser and Sons (Goondlwlndl), 7«Jd.; B. E. and L. E. Barden (Hannatord), 71<L; W. 3. Adams CPerthton), 70 Jd.; A. A. ind L. F. Gibson (Thallon), 70Jd.; J. and V. Li. Cusack fWallangarra), POJd.; Hunt Bros. {Goondlwindl), 173d.; J. OB. Leatch (Tara), 66id.; W. H. Oliver (Talwood), 6BJd.; Baker Bros. (Tara), €61d.; H. C. Llughnan ind §ons (Mitchell)', 65d.; A. H. Teye IGoOray'Siding), 6Sd.; J. and C. Sight (Yetman), fi4Jd.; C. TV. Bailey (Han natord), 64|d.; A. V. Carrigan (Bog jabllla). 64}d.; S. G. and J. T. Ray mond i(Goondlwindl), 64}d.; A. V. Haase (Tara), 64d. Scoure...

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BUYING STIMULATED BY PRESENT PRICE VOOL DEMAND NOW MORE WIDESPREAD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

BJYING STIMULATED BY PRESENT PRICE YOOL DEMAND NOW MORE WIDESPREAD A Winch combe Carson Ltd. wool report says that wool prices arc I " lower titan two months ago wn'en raiues were at their peak, bit the market shows a healthier tone than at that time, competi tuh being spread over a larger number of buyers. That position should give «iu6e for cheerfulness regarding vies ahead, the report says. lore wool has been purchased on Anerlcan account. For months this L\i.A. trade emphasised that good or<£rs would be executed provided htc raw material could be purchased wife in a specified ranee. Those oper ating have eventuated. Qnsumption of the sheep's staple in theStates has receded. The number of Sieep and Iambs estimated by the Dejirtment of Agriculture to be pas turd in the United States on Janu ary 1, 1949 is 31,963,000, the lowest nunber recorded for 80 years. In 1942 when the total wajs highest, the Ague was 56,213,000. Tie American sheep situation sup plier a lesson on t...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 13 May 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,- •• Wonlil j 'i ! nril.v al if s 111c of your valiuii.lv f|i;i< ;• for tlio following letter. Klcctioiw lire dran'iiij; near, but the Government of :i country does not only conflict of M's.L.A., what counts must is the organisation be hind the Government. The Labour Party, as wo all know, takes their orders from the Trades Hall, and the Trades Hall is concern ed mostly with city interests. But the Country Party is conccrncd with the co-operation and organisation of the ordinary citizen, and aims to lot him havo a say in the running of the country. We are all individualists at heart, but must co-operate for the common good. Many of us, or our fathers, ono time backed the Labour Party, as we believed it stood for individual rights. But now we havo to fight the present day so-called Labour Government, us we are finding ourselves fast becoming national serfs under its socialisation and nationalisation schemes. Think of the real meaning of the nation...

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

The delights of freedom ore doubled when De Witt's Pills release you from die stabbing, crippling imprison ment of joint pains. Not everybody realises that the kidneys play a vital part in maintaining the health of the whole body. Their task is to filter and expel waste matters and impurities. If the kidneys are allowed to become slack or sluggish, these harmful impurities remain in the system and may set up all wits of rheumaticky mischief. De Witt's Pills go right to the root if the trouble and get the maximum results in the minimum time. This world-famous medicine is specially made to cleanse and tone up the kid neys. How well De Witt's Pills do the job may be judged by the remarkable reputation theyhave built up all over the world. You can skip through the housework with a song, go shopping with a smile and work with a will, once those tired kidneys are restored to nor mal healthy activity. Go to your chemist or store to-day and get a supply of De Witt's Pills for your Joint pai...

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

//<* B UZHGOTTSPFIEiTlifR ... MffASY fCONOM/fAl W4X TO TREAT fLY STZ/KE [LAPHAM& MOORE PATENTS WemWHM WORKS 1. flfcatp eatan Ibroosk apactal ulf>clatlng gataa . . . Ina animal enaat back oat of the raca. 2. Oparatw nringi >«[imtid aaddla tats flm MM atiaaa. t. Vahra la apaaod and aakraon b farad tfciwgli pwfpraftana tn aaddla ta ghre rapid iahiiaHon villi coraplate fraadow freio Undar averaga condition*, two man can trait approximator 300 aheap an hour with thb parlabla plant. Ifa tha modam way to protect your flock, and It will pay yoa to flat full datalb NOW! ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BIGHT.BRIS., B35CI, Andet TOOWOOMBA — BUNDABIRd — ROCKHAMPTOH — MACXAT 10WMVHJJ aid CA1MU SCHOOL OF ARTS HOTEL MCDOWALL STREET. ROMA. D. BYRNE, Proprietor. Poet Oftcc Bob No. I. Telephone No. 12. ^V^mVfVVVVVVVVVffVVVVVUlMVVIfVlffVVVVVfMIMVM, "NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS" i Hfinnie Downs Stud ► < . TAMBO • j > ! j ' ■ x ' i The riaieing of the October/No ve mber 164...

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

LOOK LOOK GORDON KERR, F.I.O.Q., Optcmetrirt (Late of A. P. Greenfield) Will Professionally visit . MITCHELL from 2 p. m. Monday, 16th May, till 5 p.m. Tuesday. 17th May (cwiiltim: jooms. Hotel Mitchell). I STARTED AT 30.... Rename Yes—I really started to retire 30 years ago when I took that En dowment Policy with the S.G.I.O. I was young, which made terms and rates good. To-day at 60 1 am in dependent . . . Holi day trips, fishing, pottering around the home . . . And all because State Insur ance showed me how I could — START RETIRING AT 30. When you're young is the time to put money into the future. Enquiries at the S.GJ.O. are welcome and entail no obligation* Branch Offica: McDowal Str^t, Roma (PhoM N*. Zfl L fiUfiftAM Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION AfttiMptlc md ckinilng, will «Hccthttly mm «|l tractt of dMintt. ifa* ,aulp *n* cfcwka »»IDn» Mr. Knpt tte hair tfwr m* feNMqr. (My ba uwd In conjunction Wt' " " " ~ " «« «WME ST. BRISBANE. BftrtBANt t TOOWOOMBA. G. 0. ARMSTRONG STOCK, AND ...

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

IN MEMORIAM KADEL: In loving memory of my dear Husband, our Father, Harry, who passed away May 18, 1941. Not just to-day. But every day, In silence we remember. Inserted by his loving Wife and Family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

MRS. M. E 6ALT0N » » rr*"I (LATE flOHOOZi OF ABT6, HOTEL, BOMA) £, IS ifbw CONDUCTINO THE WELL-KNOWN COMMONWEALTH HOTE ; WYNDHAM BTBEET, BOMA, PHONE 286. h ! dy> AIID NEW CLIENTS ABE ASF ( 'RED OF ALL ATTENTION ■M »k* «iI Ik MfaMfcr, "I bmm iewti I M >tr«r bt&t H hi htfonkmi «Mt ttt «irU, tni la tit* it a tfjirtiy m mnmt*, ff-ta Aon, K taytUag Ha »p." «~n>OM CHMUS BICKUU' ■MM COWMHltD" . .. <*»</ you know what happened to Mr. Micawber! Tfce, policy of muting for Mnwliii^ to turn up loaded Mr. Micawber in the Debtors' Prisob at one Itage bf hi* chequered cumt, ^ hit f unify life «u a painful example of ' the «tr*in and worry of con "tfeuous fruwWal anxiety. Wilting And hoping for ! thingi'to turn out the wiy you want ii a policy' that can land you in difficulties, too. vWhy not resolve ■ to create fyfkk'inm opportunities, to Wg ^practieal stepg to make Mieof success. Saving is ■be best way—regular, con scientious saving. Saving provides funds fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

See as — BEFORE this happens to yon: ACTIVE SERVICE MOTORS (LI8TKD BJLO.Q. OASAOE), BOM A — Zfeane S Day aad Might.

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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 25 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

bAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 25 ACROSS . I. Honeya lent 6. Reserves 9. High mountain 11. Willow 13. Snare 14. Judgment 16. Pait of Mr 17. Dirertiy 18. Water vapour 20,Fairy 21. Male juarant 13, Daunt 27. Snake . 28. TTlrn*t 29. Join M.' Imitate - 31. 34. Baalrft '37. Rear part '9K Swmfovi - 43. Pallida 43. Oat of 44. Fond one 45. -Consume ' 47. Fruit 48. Platform 49. UsplesMsnt 50. Alone DOWN 1. Watches 2. Stay 3. Blood flnM 4. Coop 5. Baby, f. Btanl 7. Food 8. Sacioul; M. luollbli danoe 11. Serie. af yean - IS. UoedT* 19. Sourer 24. Sarnm . 24.1iin«i; 25. Timid 26. Few 17. Bevoage ANSWEK TO CROSSWORD , ;No> 24 Stiu"-''1'' 39. SmaB&fab M. Inli|M 41. 45< St&ti* 35. Xdgi of not ihmr M.Vehide 46. tHifil M. Adanrnt SOLUTION —NEXT WEEK

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

STAtHAM CHEESHAN AMD CO. <MKA) _ Public AcMonttatB, Andtton, E 'owUiiei am TmUon BpedaUcts. •Wtowll Bfc, BomaC opp. Port Offlea) BMUaat Pmrtnor, Mr. C. L. Vtiller

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS I HOCKEY (Olrla): llitotell (1): It. ABhney, M. Itisoamble, M. flchnelder. M. Carls, E, Basly, G. BWa, B. Malon* O. Beoomb, p. Brawn* 8. JJewar, J. Wardrope v. Griffith (1): T. Perry, L. MaJone, G. Stein, A. Dren nan. (I. Schefe, B. Horobln, I* S weed man, I. Russell, V. MeCulltun, 8. mi. SOB, P. t)OQCld<

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GUN CLUB SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

GUN CLUB SHOOT Best average of the Soma Onn OlutfB shoot last Sunday -west to H. Eothwell, shoo ting from 11 yardB, who killed 86.8 per cent, and was very closely followed by E. Bell, from 12 yards, with 86 per •est . Results were:— 5 Bird Double Barrel Sweep: let, N, Bassqtt 13 yds. and K. Cameron 9/9; 3rd. R. Bell, 12 yds. 8/9. b Bird Double Barrel Pointt let, J. Bassett 13 yds. and H. Oarne 12 yds. 9/10; 3rd, R. Bell 12 yds. 11/13. 6 Bird Double Barrel point: 1st, K. Cameron 16 yds. and C. Mitchell J2/12; 3rd, C. R. Fletcher 14 yds. 11/18. 3 Bird Single Barrel: »let, H.Rotb nvell 14 yds. ar)4 N. Bassett yds. 4/4; 3rd, D. Fletcher 11 yds, 8/4. 5 Bird Single Barrel t 1st, W. Carne 13 ydB. 6/fi; 2nd, C. R. Fletcher 6/7; 3rd, H. Bell 12 yds. 5/7. ' 3D Bird Donble Battel Trophy (Travelling Rug); 1st, H, Carne 1? yds. 20/20: 2nd, C. R. Fletcher 14 yds. 19/20; 3rd, C. Mitchell 18 yds. 21/23; 4th. H. pothwell 14 yds. ani R. Bell 20/23. BeBt 12/13 yard score: D. Fletcher 17/20. Single Bar...

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VARIETY IN POLICE EXHIBITS IN SHEEP STEALING CASE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

VARIETY IN POLICE EXHIBITS IN SHEEP STEALING CASE blaster casts of tyre tracks and men's footprints, a branding iron, \ turee pain of tootweax and a •heepikln wore included in police exhibits tendered in the first case heard at tlie sittings of the Orim , inal Oircnit Court, which began in the Bona Police Court tnis morn ing before the Chief Justice (Mr. Justice Macrossan). The ease is one w which three Tule ba men are charged with having stolen on September IV, a ewe, the properly of Thomas George Morrissey, grazier, oi Toiaki Station, about 10 miles out side Burst. They are: Bobert Skelly, Walter Cottreli Mansfield and George Sousgas. The three men were committed tor trial at the Sunt Police Court on October 1. Two Brisbane barristers, Messrs. 2i. Moynihmi and E. &. Townley, are appearing for the accused, while the prosecution is' being bandied by the Crown Prosecutor (Mr. 0. 3. Oospore). ijLore than 25 spectators watched the empanelling of the jury, and the major ity rema...

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BANK GOVERNOR SUPPORTS ANTI-INFLATION DRIVE Governor, Commonwealth Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

BANK GOVERNOR SUPPORTS ANTI-INFLATION DRIVE ByDr. H. 0. COOMBS. Governor, Goramsnwmlth Buk. llie Prima Mlnlrttr'8 appeal' to; til Ao«treUan» to wve mare de-1 (D&nis the activ* co-operation ot trtry cittieo. . Spending provides the energy whloh keeps the eco nomic machine turning over. Spending by todhidaal^Dr busl nesse», by public autocrines, by Governments, oreatea tbe demand for.grade and aervicee trom which comes pfoductton and so emptojr BBl It to imMctaot that the pcaarare of attending ahould be strong enough to totp our productive machlne lully aettw and our man power fully etnployed—but It Ji equally Important that this pres sure aboula'tiot be too great—tor once our iseounsa art ruUy etn Btoyed greater prwui« cannot lead to more. production and :«o>piay meot, bat mm Mrtf to ear dis advantage In tNuUng up pcioea, At piuiMt t'proiiun of .apendb^ k undoubtedly too high. Pnayuae U-natufslly eoxlcue to fealldjroWB atandardol ttvingwid to eatch tip on wartime deficleno...

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE PLANS "REG." DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

PROGRESS COMMITTEE PLANS "REG." DEVELOPMENT WE sporting sub-committee of the Soma and District Progress Associa ' tlon lias set itself- the task of seeing that Qneen's Park is improved in every possible way to assist in 'the development of sport in the town. The report they submitted to last Wednesday's executive moetiug said that they would push for tlio following improvements:— 1. Laying ot a water pipe crosswuys through the ground to improve the water supply. 2. Employment of a man full time to keep the grounds in order. 3. Erection ot a large grandstand fitted with dressing roorne. i. Building of tennis courts in the Bee. with a view of leasing them to interested dabs. The report was submitted by the sub committee chairman (Mr. F. Hard castle). Members who attended the sub-com mittee meeting to frame the report in cluded Messrs. C. Saunders and 8. Tramacchi, while apologieB were re ceived from Mr F. Partridge, wlio was working, and, Mr. Bon Wilson, who was away on holidays. i CO...

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TRAIN HITS TRUCK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

TRAIN HITS TRUCK DtnW TIynn, 29, accountant, of trocfhem&oad. wh admitted to hospital suffering from shock and fractured ribs after a tow track latch he was driving had been hit • by a wert-bonnd goods train at the Hawthorne Street intersection aft 10.66 pja. laet Friday. Flynn, who waa retnrning to town, told Ambulance bearers that he neither taw nor"heard the tram until the ac cident occurred. ■ The \ track, owned by Active Service Motors, was. earned .nearly 25. yards before the train was halted, and ' ex tensively damaged about thc bodywork ind chassis. It was partly overturned md poshed along on its side for several rarda. Hie driver, however, was able to I walk away from the track.

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GRIGSONS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLES TRICKS GAMES & MAGIC FUNLAND EVERYBODY'S PLAYMATE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

GRIGSONS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PU2?LE3 TRICKS GAMFI5 £V MAGIC gOTHlAM® EVERYBODY'S PLAYMATE^Jas^ *r BY * AW NUGENT THE WORLD'S LEADING PUZZLEMAKER

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