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

PHOtfE 371 PHONE 371 McDOWAIX STREET, ROMA. QUALITY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DESPATCHED TO ANY LOCALITY. Golden Circle Jams and Canned FniiU. Products of the Northgate Cannery Operated by the C.OJ). THE GROWERS OWN ORGANISATION HOBSON'S GARAGE ROMA ir* H& h r THE M08T XALCED-ABOUT CAR EVER IU1LTI b«ra—now I Not iuM » new modcL AamMp mrw production. YaaTI be MWnlriiwl it d» nlae Vtnguitd bring» to the popdir-pric» Add. ▼tnguird b Mjled to ffitk* yen die emry of joat tripbogn, Seatt tiz vith room to ipue. Huoon power, gace and lhdioea tbtn you'll m and. muiiici f AII-mmI Body. S«*Iad "iret-ilecre" cflgint dwiioptag 68 hj. Syntfarrxrwli oo «11 fonrtrd bcm, fedudfng FIRST I Lockheed Iqrdnudic bnte. Tad* from wheel coll mmrmfan (MM aaViNOIUID

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

iiraig jiw» J-JOMA was preparing for a gay and social whirl 25 years ago to-day and victors had started pouring In for the annual show, which The Western Star modestly described "the greatest annual fixture held In Western Queensland." Indications pointed to something ex traordinary i n the 1924 event, and businessmen were all reporting good business ' 'particularly in latest cos tumes and other creations so beguiling to our women folk." (Old ".Fifty" can't find anything so daring aB theBe "neck to ankle sensations." Among the sheep exhibitors to be at1 the Show would be well known men such as Messrs. Field and Vickety (Eurella), V. E, Zerk (Muckden), P. W. Zerk (Bpreydon). W. A. BusbsII (Dalmally), George Grieve (Craigie lea) and E. A. Bussell (Duarran). Dairy cattle sections produced en tries from well known breeders in Mr. Vorkatou (Columboola) and Mr. P. Mawn. Ililltlli— On the farm and dairy produce sec tion, The Western Star commented:. "Mr. E. A. Thomas, Hunterton, one of the...

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 FOUR POINTS OF A GOOD COUGH REMEDY i The essentia) factors of a good family cough remedy are: It must cure as quickly ae possible; must be safe for adults and children; must be economical, and must be Klicc to take. HEENZO COUGH REMEDY scores 100 per cent, on all points. A bottle of concentrated HEENZO costing 2/» when added to sweetened water makes you ONE PINT of the best remedy money can buy for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, iPsore throats and is Buenza. Oid«?r HEENZO fret* ytmr o.

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

WOOL SALES REPORT An Australian Estates message from Brisbane yeBterday gays that the wool sales opened with general competition and values firm on last week's closing rates. Bradford and the Continent were the principal operators.

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

OXFORDS DEFEAT ARCADIANS (By "HALF VOLLEY") In a very good day's tennis last Bun day the Oxford tennis team proved too good all round to. de feat Arcadians-by 32 games. Len Cunningham and Miss E. Way played good tennla to defeat a solid pair in Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, while In the men's doubles I* Cunningham and Bert Way had the edge, on Arcad&ns' j M. Gibson and J. Se&by. Features of the day were the grand play of Mrs. M. Gibson, and the seed- i log of Mrs. J. Grant to No. S lady. Mrs. Grant is the champion .lady player of the district. I think, incidentally, that it Is a pity to see those lour, town courts going - to waste. ARCADIANS DANCE Mrs. Coutts" orchestra played ex cellent music to a very successful tennis dance by the Arcadian Tennis' Club last Thursday nlghi., Here is a list of the wlnneis of the. various competitions, held during ttie' pvening: iLucky door ticket held by James O'Rourke. The Spot Waltz <wias won by Miss A. Drennan and partner. The ...

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

WHIG properties fiower d* 14-horse team / Britain'" has built o> new, BIG tractor for . AfiMr&ttefa "broad icre farins ... the Fordson Perkins ' ®!!ylBfe,'"1he«( Eiij^ne.In a cftmjitcte "Nebraska" Tist,' rhy "the ^bUMon' of Aero oautic«,Dept, of Supply and Development, the tractor showed the following results:— I, (Rated. 35) : ; Drawbar H.P. CAUANS PER-HOUR. MARANOA TRADING CO. LTD., ROMA HJHC Mt'TOfi COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA fir. LTD (INC. IN ¥IC.| EftCLF FARM, BRISBANE,

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PLENTY OF SCIENCE IN FARMER'S GUESS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

PLHOT OF SCIENCE ' ffl FARMER'S GUESS Bnngaworgoral farmer, Mr. A. W. Lines, }g one show champion who did not get decorated with a . bine ribbon. ( Beleoee of results in the fat bollock _ and "fat, sheep weight guessing competi tions conducted by the Show Society; revealed that hie shared first prize ill bo£h events—with a gaeBs of the' exact weight in both instances. < Weight of the fat bullock was 680 lbs,, and the fat sheep 68 lbs. . - ' Others to Bhare with Mr.. Xinof, in the fat bullock prize were 'MesSrs, V* H. JohnBon, 0. Harland and S. J. Weir. Sharing with him in the fat sheep competition were Messrs. S. H. Ferry and J. Turner. Prize for the fat bnllodk competi tion was £5/5/, and for the fat sheep competition £ 2/2/. Mr. Lines' extraordinary accurate guesses in .both instances, ib.probably a record in show annals..

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Looking back on Sydney's Autumn Race Carnival, Sydney racing writer, George Miller, sums up.... THREE-YEAR-OLDS NOW ECLIPSING AGED CHAMPIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

Looking back on Sydney's Autumn Sace Carnival, Sydney lacing writer, George Miller, sums up ... . i THREE-YEAR-OLDS NOW ECLIPSING AGED CHAMPIONS THE dominance of three-year-olds, the eclipse of reigning champions and the emergence of Car * bon Copy as the star thoroughbred of the season marked the A.J.C.'s four-day autumn racing carnival at Randwick. riHAMPXONB who were eclipBDd were Russia, Columnist and De La J Salle. Thrce-ycar-olds competed iti nine ojieii races and won seven of them. Their success included tlic Don caster Handicap, the Sydney Cup and the marnthon A.J.C. Plate. Tliey wero represented by ^ San lJonienico, flic most brilliant sprinter, lieruljrook krid PlioiboB, the outstand ing iiiilcis, and Carbon Copy, the champion stayer. And, in tlic lesser handicaps, Grey Boots and Kouian Step scored as middle-distance performer respectively. * * * Columnist, who for a couple of years li.'is been recognised as ono of the greatest thoroughbreds in the land, failed to run a pl...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROBINSON TROPHY PLAY AT WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

ROBINSON TROPHY PLAY AT WEEK-END (By "It") Four matches In the Selected Fairs Competition for the Job. Robinson Trophy were decided at the week-end. O'Neill and Botliwcll defeated Fer rier and Aisthorpc 21-11 on Saturday, and went on the following day to ac count for Murphy and Andrews, the latter pair making very much tougher opposition. BeBult: 18-17. Harris and Bambrick won from Stein and Fitz patrick by a narrow margin, 20-18. Of the ends played Harris won 12 and Stein B. Smith and Harry Wctlderkopp played particularly well, defeating Varcin and Williams by as much as 23 to 13. Smith won 11 of the 21 ends played and Var cin won 10. More of these interesting games will be played at the week-end. A good muster of bowlers enjoyed the games on Saturday and Sunday. At afternoon tea time the president drew attention to the problem of .the late arrival, and how the difficulties of the social selectors are increased' thereby. During the winter months. time for "discs-in" haB been ,fixed...

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

CATTLE SALE REPORT Slessar & Co. report bavins held a special Hereford and Store Cattle Sale at Chinchilla on May 6, iwhen a large attendance of N.S.W, Western and Southern Queensland buyers were pre sent. The market showed a considerable improvement on recent sales and a record clearance was effected. The sale was considered the best store cattle sale held In Chinchilla. Some excellent quality Herefords in straight lines were offered on a/o of Mr. T. Hure and other well known 'breeders. Bidding was brisk throughout the sale and 5743 cattle were offered by auction and all sold, odd lines passed under the hammer were sold under private offer 'before the termination of the sale. Sales included: Hereford blka, 8 yra, i(wlth some broken bailies) £16/14/ to £15/6/; largo pen ot *61 Hereford biks. sold to £15/1/; Short horn blks., 8-4 yrs., £16/7/, £14/19/, ,£14/17/, £14/16/, £14/6/, £14/7/. to £14/5/; Hereford steers. Si yra, £16/1/, £16. £14/19/. £14/1«/, £ 14/16/; Hereford stee...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISICAL REVIEW BEETHOVEN'S MISSA SOLEMNIS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 May 1949

= BEETHOVEN'S M1SSA SOLEMMS THE. tenets of Beethoven's reUgic ing for Us as witness ihe sentenc of his Mlssa Solemnls—'"God above He regarded the "Missa' 'as the sm The "Mtfiaa." was originally planned for the vceremony or the Installation of Beethoven's -friend, the Archduke Rudolph, as Bishop of Olmutz, at Cologne, iiut it was finished two years late for the occasion In 1823. It is, however, as Sir Donald Tovey said, "unique in the history of muslo as being a Mass especially designed for a certain liturgy of exceptional pomp and magnificence, and written at a time when, music, with the aid of the symphonic orchestra, was' com pelled to take whatever text it ♦""* to ilostrate in a much more dramatic sense than any lituisical music re quires." The orchestral resources it calls for are those of the Choral Symphony '(with the addition of an organ). It fs, it anything, even more difficult to perform. rpHE dramatic aspect of the work,' brought out in that quotation from Tovey, is the on...

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

FASHION For sport and informal day wear M-G-M star Kathryn Graywjn favours mustard woo! shorts anf a roft fuck-In blouse

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

COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN PHONE ROMA 303 FOB T.OUB SLBOTSXCAXi INSTALLATIONS, BSPAI?:, OOTONTBT zanErnro plaxtb REFRIGERATOR SERVICE

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VISIT FROM JUNIOR RED CROSS HEAD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

VISIT FROM JUNIOR RED CROSS HEAD Miss Beatrice A. Carter, Direc tor of the Queensland Division of Junior Bed Cross, daring a tonr of the West, has been spending a few days.in Soma inspecting work of Junior Circles, chatting to the leaders and generally trying to en courage the children in their work of Service to Others, and farther ing the 'work, of Junior Bed Cross. The ideals of this vast Youth Or ganisation are service, health and In ternational friendship, three very worthy headings under which a big programme o £ training is being undertaken. 'in addressing the children oi tho High School and the State School I here in Homa, Miss Carter told the childfen that although they could not, dto.bji? things like, the Senior . Awl; CroMB,,»uch jam tending the wounded fa .times of war M»d41#r. ttwss,' they -could do a Tut number : of smaller 'hl"gn, aud^, as caring for etcje. -o^ldren <iahd . taUnf them. IUU& ..i«sA*«a l*}S!Mfto th^-A^l;. '/Mt^Ung re)M to iMBior tiUf&...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fifty Years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

gifl years ap toitag QUEENSLAND was agog Fifty Years Ago, nowhere more so than here in the Maranoa, at the suc cess of the first winter wool sales held in Bri-bane, and in Australia, hence in the world. ' The highest price for years had been secured . . . nothing less than 22Jd. a IIj. tor some "splendid quality" merino 'bales. "Wc are making tracks for the halt crown in wool prices, of that there can bo no denying," wrote The Western Star jubilantly. It might be four times that price to-day-j-but nevertheless in 1899 there was no Mr, Ciliey to worry about, and that 22Jd. went right back into tlic graziers capacious pockets . * * * Federation arguments meanwhile continued to rage in every colony, and "anti-billites" as they were then termed were coming under some heavy fire. One Federationlst ac cused them of adopting Mr. Biglow's "pithy creed, which ran something like this: "I du believe in bein thia Or thet, ez it may happen. One way or t'other headiest Is To ketch the people napp...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHDB hTEEBT, BOXA PHOXB Sit Agenta Queeuland Batteriaa Pty. Ltd. Ou, Badio, HooaaUghting and Motor Qftb Batteriea. Diaaiond Dry Batteriee. All make* Typ«« and SUu of Bat teriaa Eebutlt, Bepaired and Be charged at a lesconable eoet, 4II nark guaranteed l»r a Battery Expert All Tenting, Fitting and Diitlllti Water BBNTAL BATT9IKS AVAILABLE Backache, _ Leg Pains Dttappear Nagging backache, acblng joists that cripple yon, may be dna to tired kidneys leaving an excess of add in yonr blood. Oat DO AN'8 Backache Kidney Pills, a aped*] medicine for the kidney*. For more tban 60 years, DOAN'S have brought weloome relief to millions of nfferera from backache, rheu matism, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, disturbed nights, swelling, puAness tinder w headaches and dlsalness. Got DOAK'6 today. At Ghemlsts and Stores all over the World. BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS Sole Proprietor/: Feitv-ifeChUan tv (Ertabliahed 1887) ANDREW WW. 70 Pitt St, ft 1 Oastlereagh St. SYDNEY DOANS Bal...

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GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

GOLF NOTES I (By "Mathie Niblick") Ail reported in the mid-week Issue of this paper, next week-end will provide a fall quota of golf for the enthusiasts and the 54 holes of competition play pro grammed Btaonld serve as a train ing run for the- three-day competi tion play in the June Carnival. The attention of players is again drawn to the all-day play on Sunday when independent S-hole competitions will be staged on Sunday morning lot associates and members, followed by lunch at the Clubhouse with the main event of the day a Mixed Canadian Foursome over IS holes for Mrs. Galton's trophy, played during the afternoon. The Stableford Competition for A> {Coy's trophy programmed for Satur day afternoon ba* attracted alMd of 80 8tartars. *. •. •; ' In view field, TPlayera should oontajct ^opponenta and arrange etarting times. The Clubhouse will b* open at 140 pjn. Details of the draw are as follow*: Kemp, Boattle, Sailer. Robertson. Koy, Corfe. Hart, P. Ferrier, Archibald. Marlay, Ibee,...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAST month saw "Runabout," an Injune resident, off with a Roma companion on another tour of North Queensland. Reviewing the trip, he writes of Peak Downs and Blair Athol, and the country through which they passed on their tour, and says—PEAK DOWNS EYE-OPENER TO FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

I AST month saw "Runabout," an Injune resident, off with a Roma companion on another tour of North Queensland. Reviewing the trip, he writes of Peak Downs and Blair Athol, and the country through which they passed on their tour, and says— PEAK DOWNS EYE-OPENER TO FARMERS CTARTING off an a seven days trip from Injune to the Central ^ District of Queensland we noticed the great damage done to the roads and bridges b the several shires passed through en route. Miles of fencing were washed away, some beyond repair, and bridges and culverts damaged. Side tracks had been made, as some time must elapse before repair can be made because of the shortage of timber. This was the result of the cyclone where from 10 to 30 inches fell in 4 to 6 days. Last December, drought held sway, but to-day a luxuriant growth of herb age is seen everywhere. The British Food Corporation at Peak Downs, outside Capella is an eyeopener even to men who have been connected with agriculture all their lives. i Here w...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WALLUMBILLA (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

WALLUMBILLA (From Our Own Oorrepondent) There was a very representative gathering at the Clearing S:ile of Mi . E. Dows coiiduotcd by the Aualra • Han Estates last Saturday. find every thing wan .disposed of at very satis factory prices. Mr. and Mrs. Diws and family hav-j undertaken a share farm near Mackiy and left for their on Monday. Messrs. JcnUinson Bros, have just, added to their high class pig stud a first class pedigreed saddle back boar. He was purchased from the noted Armorc Stud fit Beandesert. He gained first prlae at the Beau desert Show last weeK with strong competition. His sire was Grand Champion at the Royal National Show, Brisbane, 194'/" and 1948. He will add greatly to their already ex cellent stud. We are sorry to chronicle the death of Mr. Otto Fielder (64), Which fcn.jk place at the Boma Hospital on Sat urday. We Also regret to say that Mr. Harry .Bishop is dangerously 111 ut the Boma Hospital. I A well attended meeting ol the Wallumbllla Indoor Recreation Clu...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Criminal Circuit Court Sits in Roma LAST MINUTE DEVELOPMENT IN SURAT SHEEP STEALING CASE CHANGE OF PLEA TO GUILTY TO AVOID EXPENSIVE RE-TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

Criminal Circuit Court Sits in Soma LAST MINUTE DEVELOPMENT IN MJRAT SllEEP STEALING CASE CHANGE OF PLEA TO GUILTY TO AVOID EXPENSIVE RE-TRIAL AFTER the local jury in the Criminal Circuit Court sitting had failed to reach agreement and had been discharged on Wednesday night, the three defendants in the Surat-Yuleba sheep stealing case yesterday afternoon dramatically dunged their plea to guilty to avoid a re-triaL Exercising clemency following the production of excellent police character reports on all three accused, and the submissions of defending counsels, the Chief Justice (Mr. Justice Macrossan) decid ed not to impose a prison sentence, and fined each prisoner £l 0, payment of which to be followed by their immediate release from custody. AH three men are resdents of Yoleba, and were charged with having stolen on September 19 last year, a ewe, the property of Thomas George Morrissey, grazier, of Tolaki Station, about 10 miles outside of Sural. >. Imposing sentence Justice Mac...

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