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FOOTBALL—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

FOOTBALL—(Continued) Buarminy to tuu attack tuey drova deep into Cities 25-yard lino, where they launched a series of attacks on the goal line. Mills was forced out in the corner just in time twice in fairly quick succession, and in the pack only two strenuous barges by Grubb saved Cities from more trouble. Barracking at this stage became in tense, as the Wattles continued to press. From a scrum close in, Dalton made the mistake of attempting 10 go through iusteud of serving a. waiting back line, but from the ruck Lex Thompson "don't argued" twice to make 1Q yards. Cities cleared under pressure and fought their way back to midway, uud wuu a Uust nuze rising iroiu me struggle Bob Daiton was carricd oil hurt. 4'rom midway Hoffman threw a long pass to iiird, who sprinted bril liantly for the corner. Coming across at a great pace, Winger Scheie threw himself after him in a long dive, miss ing the tackle but throwing Hud sufficiently off balance to put him out of touch and prevent a cert...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wattles Cause Premiership Upset CROWD GETS MONEY'S WORTH AS CITIES DOWNED BY 8-3 IN GOOD GAME; WATKINS OUTSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

Wattles Cause Premiership Upset CROWD GETS HONEY'S WORTH AS CITIES DOWNED BY 8-3 IN GOOD GAME; WATKINS OUTSTANDING AUTSIDERS in the Premiers hip Round, and a try down within the opening minute of the game, a v rejuvenated Wattle* on Sunday gave hot favourites Cities the shock of their lives to earn a well deserved victory to the tune of right points to three. Easily the best game of die season, it provided spectators with more than their moneys worth, and tossed the Premiership,, thought at one stage wide open to Cities, into the melting pot. Feints now are: Wallabies 3, Wattles 3, Cities 0. . Outstanding player on the field was centre Dav0 WatkinB for Wattles, playing his last game for tlie club, be fore being transferred to Blackall. I He scored Wattles" two tries, and figured throughout the game, played at a crackling pace, iu both attack and defence,. la the ranks of Wattles conquering forwards, ever/ man rose to the oe-' casion to produce some of the best Club forward football ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOMEN'S BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

WOMEN'S BOWIS Last Wednesday was an Ideal day for play and two games In the women's singles competition and one In the "Three Bowls" were played off. Results were: Mrs. Way 105 v. Mrs. Feather 90; Mrs. Hacker 102 v. Mrs. Coutts 54; Mesdames Cooke, Craw ford and Nugent 12 v. Mesdames Ash mead, Hadwen and Wright .28. Social same) Miss Drabsch and Mies Pruflen is y. Mrs. <P?UVfor4 oflfl I Scott 18,

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

THE *USn«U(irtSTST£S CO. LTD. FOR All WOOL EXPERUY HANDLED AT OUR UP-TO-DATE WOOL STORE OUR SERVICE IN ALL DEALINGS INSURES SATISFACTION <V OUR ROMA MERCHAWHSE SHOWROOH DISPLAYS THE COOPS YOU WANT MONTHLT CATTLE SALES HELD AT ROMA, WAIUJMBIUA, IN JUNE AND MITCHELL THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD. (Incorporated in England) tfiniliirivnr*'T*vtitfirvnfLt---fftir--ttirriT vw --1 nnniga nr i' r n ^ " iiir - ~

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMBULANCE STAFF LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

AMBULANCE STAFF LOSS Mr. Tom Clapworthy, Ambulance bearer mechanic, has resigned from the Roma, branch of the Q.A/T.B. and will leave on Monday night to Join the Mt Larcom »U& of the Brigade. Mr. Clapworthy has 'been attached to the staff of the Roma Ambulance lor 10 yeans. Originally from. Bris bane, he has been In the West for more than 16 years. His resignation actually took effect a week ago, but he carried on a week to assist the Brigade. All his friends join In wishing him and hla family success In their new home.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BERT PROUD WINS TROPHY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

BERT PROUD WINS TROPHY The final round of Mr. Harold Paacoe'B Trophy was fired on Sun day afternoon over throe ranges of GOO, 600 and too yards. Although conditions were fairly good, the scoring was not really 'bril liant. Mr. Bert Proud, a newcomer to the rlllo range sport ran out the winner of this trophy—a really fine effort for a new member. .Let us hope that lie can go on and win many more. It. Malone and W. Albion were the two unlucky Bhooters of the day, both men Just missing the possible by one point at the 700 yard mound, Rifleman are reminded that the flrtst stage of the Coomber Bros, trophy will be fired over three stages, starting next Sunday at 1 p.m. A truck will leave the Post Offloe. Scores were: 600 600 700 Agg. W. Albion (IS) .. . 31 29 34 105 B. Proud <13) .. . 32 31 29 10S M. Johnson (IS) . 31 28 33 10S B. Bcnnie (22) .. . 2'8 30 26 10S 30 82 104 C. Townsley (8) .. . 38 32 30 103 JT. Dore (16) .. . 31 29 28 108 iC. O'Hourke >(11) . 31 27 33 102 A. M...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AMBULANCE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

AMBULANCE MEETING The monthly meeting of the Soma Centre of the Q.A.T. Brigade was held at the Centre last Tues day night, those present including Messrs. P. J. Flanlgan (chairman), J. J. Murphy, F, J. Mullavey, H. J. Farmer, B. B. Collins, Dr. W. W. Feather and the superintendent (Mr. T. W. Teale). Correspondence, included a lettor from the secretary of ihc Chadford Sports Club forwarding a cliequo for £6/4/9 and from Constable H. Colo man, forwarding a cheque for £1/1/ and thanking the Ambulance for cure and attention when transporting his child from Yuleba to Soma. Mr. Cole man said that he was very thankful to the Ambulance staff especially to Bearer K. McCarthy. Mr. S. S. Bird was appointed to the honorary staff after an application had been read. Bearer-mechanic T. G. Clatwiorthy tendered his resignation as he had been transferred to Mt. Larcom. The resignation was received with regret, as Mr. Clatworthy had been a member. of the staff for the last 10 yeaTs and had rendered va...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

JOBBING THE WESTERN STAR CAN NOW ACCEPT ALL TYPES OF JOB PRINTING QUALITY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED BRING YOUR ORDER TODAY FLOORS for home or factory are Hetter In Practically •mgnhingilui can be built in board can be built belter in Maionite. Th« demand for Mosonite (till a tttdi tapply, in apite of the (act that production it being connandy incnaMd. But you Will be weu adriaed to pertiit in uking tot it 1 MASONITE CORPORATION (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED Seto and StMca Dlvlilsn W Quean Stmt, BrlftWl • •••••••••• gSBUUBBIN ST., BRISBANE Every aoatk at Bona omr n p reset; Ullre nt; be tohtaUM at Saoadm Pharauuy, wk«r» appoiat«»ta *»y be fcookad. Anaajn jnz appolntaect THE OPTICAL HOUSE OF C HAS SAN KEY FRASER »t MsMkAttST SJttEt, TOOWOOmA BAKING POWDER the wuom mm m lite m, «n mi puce n tie world .. Tta Stary •( Ufe HOW BIRDS FHST CAME WTO TIE WOOD It may be bard to imagine that a Magpie or Emu hat (prong btmnptjlHijwiUiitn, 0 we take a reptile such as a lizard, which has oot last its Itp, and ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOLLEN FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

WOOLLEN FASHIONS Winter's chilly blast will soon bring to Roma fashions similar to this charming woollen model worn by a leading southern mannequin.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

MARANOA TRADING CO. LTD. THE HOUSE OF FORD Phones : Day 54 - - - Night 173.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

WARNER & COLLINS McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. Phone 277 -»P.O. Bo* 87 For Grocery, Crockery, Hardware, Paints, Oil*. Etc. lb Home of Guaranteed Service,

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GARDEN CITY AID [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

' garden an aid ! 'BIS toy t^e.Homa and WstrletSro-' grese^soclation to convert Roma t» , «. garden dfy" Will be aided at lewt L^vell Street's Mr. T. Hacker end Mre. iPrudett'8 display' of cHiTBSLnthe xnums. ' The flowers are now 111 cult bloom 'and make one of tbe finest diipUya •in Uw town.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOOD WEEK-END GOLF ROLL-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

GOOD WEEK-END GOLF ROLL-UP (Br "MASHIE OTBLIO") The weather at the week-end produced a good line-up of player* In competition* on "Saturday pad Sunday. On Saturday the Drat qualifying round tor the President's Trophy was played, and good golf was the order of the day. . A close finish resulted In a count back betweeft ty.o pairs, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and l&ayne Ferrter and Mra. D. Ferrler, both pairs being 4 up. The latter pair were declared the quallfiera by a narrow margin. Sunday morning saw the first of th« newly arranged competitions for tikis day played. ' Tie size ot the field was an indication ot the popularity ot the Innovation, and It will be necessary for an early start to be made In the future for players to set through In reasonable time. "BEGINNER*" TRIUMPH fUr was foe & O. Anderson's . Trophy and a aett 66 mi the winning cud, returned by A. Seattle, who only communed plar&w ttii aeaao#. He has n\iw officially left the "be ginner" class- . Run...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

Classified Advertisements poNVli-ti required, ^ couiury bu.voyed in 3S« "«* blocks. aW.V .,. A). Neil), 1-rogmoo*, Surat, J'honu No. 53 Sural. fAXI!—- .iui-i-' tSuUo" 18 al™ayS ** *■ your service. Phone, Day 84, A^ult, pay from .C700 io £1400 for ' 294U-7-S model car or utility Will call and inspect. Box 17. Stones cmwr. r-risbane. WANTED: Old Cars, Tractors, etc. '' Any condition, for scrapping. Our represent:vc will be visiting Roma and district shortly and will inspcct and pay cash. Marlins Sparc Parts, Too woomlw. iPhone 1013. \\tANTEL) LKGENTLA': Junior and ♦* Senior Shorthand Typist^. Ap ply It. H. DViJALL, & PACK, Solid 101a, Roma. •* U/ ANTl>i>: j. omuje assistant, pre icralriy with knowledge ol typing. Apply ManagcrP Maranoa Dispensary. WANTliU, Ijy Juandah Hotel, Wan douj], one general and one house liiaid-waHrcas. Award wages and con ditions. TlfONiSTlSR RODE© to be held at -**- Rolleston in September or Oc tober, dates to be lixed. £140 Prize Money with Cup...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST WOOLLEN FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

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Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

inniiiiii!iiiiiinw When The Question Arrives ■bant hdUh| X « Home Building k mm pMM Mfh and w* MtMlMHBMiaiKjMlU *• *<4 A. I. AsderiM ff Som Ltd. TO ALL ADimeilE OWNERS tfave all your MOTOR REPAIRS. OXY and ELECTRIC WELDING, PANEL BEATING Done By THE CASH SERVICE STATION ^ppoiite the Commonwealth Hotel, a Wyndbam Street, Roma. We lave experienced men to do tbe work. All work guaranteed and a fall range of Spart Parts. Accessories, Tyre*. Tubes, Batteries and Jecond-haad Can, Trucks and UtiEtiet always for Sale, at pnces to For full partiailar. CALL WRITE or RING 60 ROMA. L«ai Dealer witkm At SMrn «f Bang3 and Banduntra lor UJL and DOMINION MOTORS. OLD. Inexpensive. . . £29/l0/- Buys It! Guaranteed borer proof and hand made by experts in the manufacture of cane furniture, this 5 piece CANE SUITE'is an attractive, but inexpensive, addition to any home. The com plete suite comprises of 5 pieces—2 chairs with broad arms, settee to match, palmstartd and beautiful table, all mot...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

PRIMARIES We Stock:— IXY DBSSSmM: MM, DJXT. Mixtnre. Kleonflox. Wilao. DIPS: Littls's Fluid Little'« Powdered. Sickle Doable Action. Sickle Arsenical. Botox Cattle Dip & Plant WEED EXTEBJUMATOE: Hormtx. ISOK PEE6EEVATTVB: Iron Coat. Spray. PBENOHBI: Tri-Ko§ (Nicotine Blnettone). Phenovis (FtonothiadM), -i.; -Bed Spot (Carbon Tetrachloride). XNSTBtJMEKTB: Victor Drenching Onni. Trf-Koi DrolMhing Pistols, Bepeater Hypodermic Syringes. Wilmo Castrating Eiivw, HOUSEHOLD BPKATfl g-on-K, Insectstomie. SHBABING A00EB80HIE8: Vacmark, Stettsilliik. Woolbale Faatenera, Woolpaekc. LOCAL MBTEIBUTOKS PO&;~» TOOWOOMBA FOUNDBY PTY. LTD., "SOUTHEBN CBOSB," Wind mills, Tanks, Troughing, Engines, Milking and Electric Light Plants, Separa tors, Iron Coat, Xrou preservative. LEVIN & CO.'B ASA COOKING STOVES: AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL urttffi IN6UBANCE SOCOXTT LTD. We con supply HUME EEINFOECED CONCRETE PIPES A TEOUGHINQ. QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO-OP. ASSN., LIMITED P.O. Bos 78. I...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

SENSATIONAL ATTRACTION! COMING TO ROMA FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY THE SNOWY RIVER STAMPEDE To-Morrow (Wednesday) Night. OlBOfTB 1 1 EODEO I I VAUDEVILLE 1 t CHALLENGES TO ALL LOCAL AND DISTRICT EIDERS. No Riders Barred Entire Show is undor Canvas. Brilliant Lighting. Excellent Seating. A Daredevil Exilharating Show without a Doll Moment in the Programme. Doors open 7.IS p.m. Popular Prices. Commences 8 o'elotk. LOCATION: RAILWAY YARD. Tuesday.. Surat, 17th; Thurs., Walluznbllla, 19th; FrL, Tnleba, 20th; Sat., OMnrtifllm Slit. $111 ^WISE io (Biiilc) wtfk HARDIE S GENUINE FIBROLITE «r« w»ill—for "Flbrollte" •wiHw and durable home at moderate co«t. De mand for "ftbrpllte" exceeds the supply <rt the Mommt. but Ifs well worth while wotting to build •rtfh tMi durable and flre-retardant material. "FIBROLITE" IS STOCKED BY HUNTERS PTY. LTD, . RttU. ;

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THIS WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS AT THE CAPITOL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

THIS WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS AT THE CAPITOL ' Y^ITH a "HI" and a "Ho" and an "Off to work we go," The Capitol this week opens Its film programme with Walt Disney's major master piece, "Bnow White and l*a> Seven Dwarfts." _iU There won't be many poults who liavn t seen it before, ot many tor that waiter, However, uuu won't lCL-i 11*6 seeing it again. j.in; plot, adapted from. "Grimms' Fairy 'i'ules," deals with tUa woudcr auveuturos ot X'rincess Snow White, rival in. beauty to the wicked yueeu wlio seeks her dfath, but who is roiled l>y the interposition of the dwa/iB ot the diuinona minef aided by tne uiuuial and uird denizenB ot the forest that una Snow White wandering nopcieasly miuugh the woods. Out of this fantastically glamorous fabrico of folklore and rairy legend has been woven a atury tnat carries u »ui> tie and irrestible appeal to youug and old. It is a far cry from beyond the bor ders of fairyland's ancient glories to 1 lie coldly matter-of-fact life of the iUth Cen...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SCOUTS HAD THEIR CROWDED HOUR LAST WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

SCOUTS HAD THEIR CROWDED HOUR LAST WEEK By District Scoutmaster D. M. PACK, I AST week was Scout Week, and all over the Commonwealth of Australia Boy Scouts did their L Lest t0 share the good fun of Scouting with their parents and to show the general public something what Scouts do. Some Groups entertained less fortunate boys at camp or in their own local headquarters. Many sent invitations to their dads to be present at a dinner prepared by the Scouts themselves with good fun to follow in which all could join. It really was not so very long ago since dad was a boy him self and he hasn't forgotten all the tricks he was up to—in fact, many a father can teach junior a thing or two when it comes to a came or a woodcrafty kink. There are 8000 Boy Sfeonts in Queensland, and more coming on, s01 the time. There is no trouble about getting the boys. Scoutiug gels tliom and IteepB them when there is a good [Scoutmaster to bold them. It is as catching as the measles, as tenacious us a crab. O...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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