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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION AMIwplh ctuutac, wSI »tf«ctlv«Iy imibw •« tncn of dandraH. Iii«m HiMwg anlp m* Ma f»flla| tef>. Kmjm tk« h>lr glemr «W MM*. <M* b* UMd hi «on|unetlcn with Hwtar'a ANIMMHMOT MWMMO). M» «• Mtta, »mM> f 1/6 DAVID Pharmacies £65 CIOBCE ST. BRISBANE. tfttt BRTtBKNI ITOOWOOMBA. 4 " t'lC r f-i'.f WHAT YOUR DOCTOR ORDERS FARMERS' CENTRE PTY. LTD. Track, Tractor and Agricultural Implement Engineer* DRAYTON STREET, DALBY, PHONE 108. FARMERS! TRUCK OPERATORS! 11 yon are considering purchasing a truck we suggest you inspect our • ~ -—1 range of reliable used vehicles. Just call at oar Drayton Street Premises or ring Dalby 108 and we will arrange a demonstration. We extend easy terms to approved buyer*. cm OX PHONE NOW! BAYERS DRY SEED DRESSING CERESAE 1. Kills all smut spore in "brush" and "crease" of grain. 2. Stimulates germination, gives better standard of plants and increased yields. >■ 3. Acts b the soil—protects young shoots and roots. 4. Gi...

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

SURAT NOTES (E./ Our Own Correspondent) By tbe death of Mr. Alfred Dean, I aged 94 years, at liis leHideiu'c, " Oak-1 lyn," on May 10, the Surat district lost its oldest resident. j He was born at Pilton on April 5, | 1843, and on the death of his father he commenced work as a shearer at the ' larly age of 16 years, and prior to j coming to Surat over 60 years ago was engaged with the Queensjiort and' Onkcy Meatworks. ! When a young man he took part in . sporting events, and was also a mem- ' ber of a minstrel troupe that gave en tertainments at house parties. He commenced work in this district | as a Bhearer and contract fencer* on ' Warkon and Wcribone Stations, being married in Boma 65 years ago to Louisa 5. Jones, of Surat, and they resided on their present property, Oaklyn, for 56 years, until his passing away. The late Mr. Dean was an unasgum-' Ing man who was well respected by ail j who knew him. He was very indus trious and from an area of 160 acreB (his first selection) he ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FORMER ROMA YOUTH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT IN BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

torn iuiiA iuuiu AlUlltNlALLl S101 111 BttMANE Many Boma residents vers shock ed to learn' of the accidental shoot ing In Brisbane on Holiday of a former young Boma man, Constable Mervya fronds wimi... 22, of Chambers Street, New Faun. A son of Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Ttiniiin, former well known Boma residents, Constable Kimlin was born in Boma. 'His mother, Mrs. Olive ie secretary of the Boma-Brisbane As sociation. Police were told that Constable Kimlin held the revolver to his head in front of his mother-in-lang, Mrs. Orace jMftKlnlay, and polled the trigger, thinking the gun -was unloaded. He died in hospital at.1.5 p.m. snf fering from an injury to the brain. His wife was sitting with her mother on the verandah when the tragedy oc curred, nursing her two-months-old son. - Constable Kimlin was swom-in as a constable on November 9, 1915, and first served at Boma Street. He was later in TownsviUe, and was transferred to the Brisbane O.I.B. at the begin ning of this year.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITCHELL NEWS MITCHELL SHOW AWARDS (Continued from Back Page) G. McLennan 2. Knitted Bonnet and MITCHELL NEWS MITCHELL SHOW AWARDS (Continued from Back Page) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

MITCHELL NEWS MITCHELL SHOW AWARDS (Continued from Back Page) G. McLennan 2. Knitted Bonnet and Bootees: Mr«. S. Campbell 1, Mrs. G. McLennan 2. Lady's Knitted Jumper: Mrs. W. A. Lee 1, Mrs. 1). Thomas 2. Special: Mrs. D. Thomas. Lady'fi ' Knitted Cardigan : Mrs. S. Campbell 1, Mrs. W. A. Lee 2. Gent's iPullover: Mrs. S. Campbell 1, Mrs. D. Thomas 2. Men's Knitted Socks: Mrs. \. G. Douglas 1. Mrs. Bailey 2. Knitted Tea Cosy: Mrs. D. Thomas X, Miss M. Allan 2. Knitted Bed Jacket: Mrs. D. Thomas 1, M_rs. S. Campbell 2. Cushion (wool work): Mrs. D. Thomas 1, Mrs. Underwood snr. 2. Best Door Mat: Mrs. D Thomas 1, -Mr«. W. A. Beale 2. Crochet "Wool Bonnet and Booties: Mrs. ,E. B. Mo Creatli. Wool Floor Rug: Mrs. D. Thomas 1, Mrs. L. P. Brcnnan 2. Afghan Rug: Mrs. C. G. Fuller 1, Mrs. A. G. Douglas 2. SECTION 7 HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES Four iPlnk Roses: Mrs. J. E. Carl yon. Four White Roses: Mrs. J. E. Carlyon. Four Red Roses: Mrs. J. Carlyon. Vase of Carnations: Sisters of Mercy. Vase Assort...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS HOCKEY (Boys) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS HOCKEY (Boys) MITCHELL f(7): C. Brintn, B, Pryor, E. Jollife, If, Harris, C. !Ful G. Ahern, B. Newly, J. ^SMar^S© GRDTFTTH (4): P. Flower, D. Sei ning, H. McEwan, A. Pitman, P. Mc Letinan, D. Sailer, C. Vlckery, J.J Fer gus, h. Walker, T. Koy, B. Laverty.

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

F»r QUALITY BLINDS UXJVRE PANELS, ftc. Writ* fee LiiIm P.H. EHOn4Co.Pty.Ui. *M Qam Mr**, Brltkui - WATCHMAKERS AMD JEWELLERS " ' PHONE 145 ROMA DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS. \ I ///y WEDDING RINGS, LOCKETS. PENDANTS. TIE PINS. SIGNET RINGS, BROOCHES.. BANGLES. PEARLS, EARRINGS. JUST ARRIVED! ENGLISH WHlTE CHINA. Cup and Saucer 3/3 ' 6-Inch Plate | /9 9-Inch Plat? 2/9 I O-Inch Plate 3/4 SETS OR SEPARATE IF REQUIRED. WALLETS. NOTE CASES. TOBACCO POUCHES. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS. FOUNTAIN PENS, PENCILS. WATCH BANDS. IKE GIFT STORE OF THE VEST. PHONE 145 McDowaD Street BY Mohr's Garage 35 HAWTHORNE STREET Pboiw 71 ROMA Phone 71 ALL YOUR MOTOR VEHICLE REQUffiEMWIS 4 No need to worry about that hard to get PART 5 With our PKECbiON MACHlNfcKY — EXPERT II METHODS and KNOWLEDGE — practically all N parts can be made on the PREMISES — NO JOB T 1§ BEYOND US, n II ENGINEER SPECIALISTS * II Q BATTERY RECHARGING V T We VULCANISE all Sizes CAR, TRUCK AND V TRACTOR TYRES AND TUBES. I Retreading and Recapping...

Publication Title: Western Star
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TENT THEFT ACQUITTAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

TENT THEFT ACQUITTAL Hugh Grant Geran, labourer, of Roma was acquitted by a Criminal Circuit Court Jury yesterday on a charge of having tolen a tent, the property of Thomas Williams, dog trapper, of Tuleba from a utility truck parked at the rear of the Australian Hotel on December 4. Production of a witness by the de fence, George Ward, of Roma, who filmed that he had lent the tent ex hibited In the case by the police to 3eran some months before the alleged Jieft resulted In a violent clash of opinion in evidence. (For the Crown, Mr. C. J. Cosgrove, -rown Prosecutor. For Geran, Mr. K, R. Townley, Instructed by Mr. Pack, snr., of Dyball and Pack.)

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

K. A MATH B. Com. (Univerglty of Qaeenjland) ASIA, AAUQ. .. Rnbllc.. McDOWAliL WflBEET, BOlU Next Commonwealth Bank." The Trots Still On ROMA'S CASKET KING Sold £1000 b Casket 1309; £40 in 1316; £100 in 1334; £400 b 1335; £50 b 1336; £50 b 1338; £100 b 1341. BE IN IT TO WIN IT BUY YOUR CASKET TICKE T AND SHARES FROM McDowall -Street. Phones 84 and 266. UeDOWALL 8TBEET R.A.C.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER Breakdown Service — Phone: Day 3, Night 249 VAUXHAIL'PRESENTS 2 hriHiantiMecomers I3> i Youhail, aalas loader among British on InAnstralia tot 14 JHO put, bring* vou the fineat aogeafnev modusoveroffered —A prices to nn yon money. The 18 h.p. 6-oyl. Vanxball VKLOX b entirely new — a true top-sear performer, with Mijr cruising speed of 60 m.ph. and top speed of 74 m.pJ>. Gives 28m.p.g. at 30 m.p.li. The new 12 h.p., 4-cyL Vauxhali WYVERN embodies outstand ing mechanical refinements. Almost identical in appearance to the Telox it has a top speed of 00-66 m.pj&...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LATE PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

LATE PERSONAL Engagement of Miss Elvina Ander son, of Northern Road to Mr. Kevin Tuite, of the School of Arts Hotel, was made public this week at a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore at their Northern Road home on Wed nesday night. Miss Anderson la a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderaon. All their friends Join In wishing1 them the best of luck. * * * Miss Heather Main left by Monday 'a Mail Train for Sydney, where she will cpntjnue her stupes for a considerable period apd later make her debqt,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

THE HQUSE OF GUijUANTEED JERflCE McDOWALL STREET . ROMA ! ,277---P.O. Box 87 Rajrboaij Rules; S feet 1876—5/8. 2 feet 1380—7/0 2 feet 1167—7/11 1 foot steel—2/9. 2 foot steel—7/11 Eaybone Tapes: 33ft. 2S/. 66ft. 32/6 66ft. steel 62/0 SoldeiinglroM: 12ozs. 4/11 16ozs. 32/6 24pzs. 8/11 80LPAH PAVING PAINT • * ■.* Uno Brown: 1 g«l. i eal. 1 pt. 48/6 .24/6 V Ferrick Bed: 1 gsL 4 pt. 35/ 4/9 Xiino Bios: i gal lJPt. 24/6 1/ jHOUS® PAINTS jyABNlSHES, .STAINS LINSEEDOIXiB PAINT 8BU8BB8, Etc. yicjBi TJT.tf l|in. Sin. Siin. •4Jin. - 12/6 81/ 80/ »/« Bbutfey PIiam: l|in. Blade ..i&f 21b., Blade - <47/6 2 35?j«, BUd»i«?/« BnaatMIls: Stanley 90S 46/6 ' Hand DriUJj^' W« Silex - We Have Always Stocks Of— Solder, Spirits of Salts, Picks, ■ Mattocks, Hqe$» Rakes, Plyers, Sledge Hammers, etc. Wedges, Axes, T0N1 HOME PERMANENT WAVING OUTFIT Complete 19/6 Refill ..- .. .. M# Chiilblain Paint J# Chiilblain v Tablets 1/6 Chiilblain Ointment 1/ Laxettes .. .. V/9 Camphor Ice 1/ Toilet C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

WINJEB *8 APPROACHING > ^Procure Your HOT WATER BAG "Wow. . ^ -- Strong Moulded Bay 10/6 Each. JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Bex 81. BOMA. Fhoni 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

"EAST or WEST" WALAVErS ARE BEST Mi BgjL, 18J1— ttm Ml urate* Sid* OdtUluUa _ XWbooiM ird Mm, OMtttiMitp JtiA UII4I. MULLAVEY Jk SON. — Amw

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Hodgson Memorial Hall Opening To-morrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

Hodgson Memorial Hall Opening To-morrow, Night T]>e Hodgson -Soldiers' Memorial Hall, erected to the-memoir of .Hodgson residents who lost ' their lives In World Wars I and n, will be officially opened at 8 p-m. to morrow (Saturday), toy the Presid ent of the Soma sub-branch of the B.8.8AXL.A. (Mr. P. Corfe). The hall, which cost £1200 to erect, hag a spacious dance floor, two large supper rooms, and a 10-foot stage, while lighting is supplied by a 32 volt plant A big percentage of the cost of erect ing the hall was mot by interest free loans from district residents. The offi cial opening will be followed by a dance.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

37G WN TALK Mr. and Mrs. Ken.Tomkins <West grove) were . boat and -hostess to a very bappy gathering of frlendsat a fork lea on Saturday night. M the Bchool of Arts Hotel. The guests cf honour were Miss Moya Loughnan end Mr. Fred Bryant, wlio'will be married next week; and Mr. and Mrt. Bill Arthur who were recently mar ried. Last Sunday night was the scene of a merry party at "The Haven," the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rleck, in honour of Val Hobson. Val left on Thursday night's mall .'or Brisbane where she will take up duties in the offices of 'F-eez Ruthlingr, solicitors. To return to the party—the guest of honour, who wore a lovely navy crepe frock, was presented with a corsage of dahlias. The guests, who had come to wish Val all the best, sang and danced, while others chose to sit -before the roaring log Are. Newly weds recently arrived, are Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Kath who Intend malting their home in Roma. Mrs. Kath was popular Myrtle Rafter of Toowoomba much ....ted guest of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

CUstifUd AdvertuemcnU /l NUMBER of people live ill the past—get nowhere. Those liv ing in the present—looking ahead. Have a BUZACOTT SPKAY DIP from Condon & Co. of course. (Phone 14? always. " A CTOR" Motor Lawn Mowers, self propelii&g, from 12 inch to 34 Inch est, Pries from £65. Inspect at Local ^Distributors — THE AIT8TBALIAN $8TATEB CO. LTD., Boms. TD—7X! 13—MX—. 8—? Typist's mistake? No—Just something the grazier says when he dips In a plunge dip. Eliminated entirely of course, when he buys a Buzacott Spray Dip from Condon & Co. TJU8HEL CASES: Large Pineapples, ** 12/6; Apples 22/6; Bananas 1(1/6; Oranges 16/6 and 19/6; . .Mixed Fruits 14/6. S. Childs, Wamu ran. /■JONTRAC|T Rlngbarkers required, , country surveyed in 320 acre blocks. Apply, J. M. Netll, Frogmoor, Sural Phone No. {3 Suret rj.W.A. Nursery, McDowall St, Roma. I Seedlings, Iceland Fopplee, Del-1 phlnlums, Pansles, calendula, Carna uon. Candytuft Snapdragons.' jnON'T let it worry you! Dipping...

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RABBIT GATE WARNING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

RABBIT GATE WARNING J Through an advertisement in this issue the Leichhardt Babbit Board warns the travelling public against improper use of the rabbit proof gates. Several of these gates are consis tently left open, not because they aria difficult to close and secure hut more on account of thoughtlessness. The rabbit proof fence in which these gates are an integral part has for the past fifty years kept 86,000 sq. miles of first class grazing and farm ing country free of rabbits. This has and is still, costing a large sum of money annually, which Is provided by the grasiers whose properties are pro tected. lit is in fairness to these people who pay, that the public is re quested to use more care. - if the protected country should be come heavily Infested by rabbits, which could easily happen, the ensuing economic loss would effect not only the primary producer ibut everybody whe lives in this district. It piay be asked why traffic grids are not installed over the main roads. The an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

m AND ELECTK1C ARC WELDERS Weiden of all clastiea of btecl Mullo able Cut, Una*. Copper,1 Aluminium, Suintoa Strt), We Owl. Also HmOTmOm to ill Veiling Porta VA^BZOATINO TO OBDEB. R. RICHA$$W, ARTHUR STREET Printed sad Pnbllahed by Hlgyiai a»d Foziea, Inicoeuora to Alfred Kobln •oo A Co. (Western Star>, »t'tbe aflg» of tb* company MOSsKSy m£i!M PSTTEK isoui? CygIs, Air Cooled KEROSENE ENGINE Proved Meal for Extremes of Climate Contpacf, convenient and llatit—onfy T99 Ibt.—the Putin ii p,-<r-*mlnenf In In daw. Very deady running and easily littttlled, <H parti are readily accessible, while nxillni tank* and hopperi have bmn eHmlneted. Tlu UrUUi tuttt r*ttw dnelopi i H.P. at 1000 -rr — I «.*. *1 IMtt <*jm. for farther particular, contact WIHCHCOMBI CARSON Lid. V9-I0I EACLe STREET — BRISBANE ■nnchei at: longfeect., Emerald, Husfrienden, Chart* vltte, Roefchempton, Di.lay, Mllci. Goondlwln<8, St. Gtorge. SCHOOL OF ARTS HO1 WCMWAll STREET, D...

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ROMA-CHINCHILLA MATCH SELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

ROM-CHINCHILLA MATCH SELECTION (By J. BSOTOIHAN) With Boma to play Chinchilla next, week, her« is my selection of & list of names from which our local represen tative XITI may be selected:— Brazil, Beick, Bird, Schefe, Bobin son, Seaton, Hoffman, P. Grnbb, B. Grubb, G. Danks, Simpson, Eva, Kyte, Lines, Thompson, Taber, Cahill, and Piyor (if available). The selectors are facing a hard task in selecting the team. There are plenty of good forwards available, but selection of full-back, stand-off half, a winger and centre will give some headaches. Seaton may get the stand off position, and Schefe and Bird the two flanks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

DO YOU SLEEP WELL? OR DO YOU WAKE UNREFRESHEP;? Perhaps your mattress is the cause of unfreshing or restless 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 Double 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 Eepreeentatives:—INJUNE, Mr. K. Curry. WALLTJMBILLA: and. YULEBA: Mr. 6. CI eland. KAAFS TRADING Fty. Ltd QUINTON ST., ROMA. TELEPHONE 401. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Knight's "Ida" Slippers "AH so lovely, All so comfy.** At AT SfflT-U SHOE STORE 75 McDOWALL STEEET, ROMA A. P. GREENFIELD & CO. JPTY. LTD. OPTOMETRISTS 1189-191 George Str...

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COUNTRY NEWS PAGE WALLUMBILLA, YULEBA MITCHELL, SURAT, MITCHELL HAS GAY ANNUAL SHOW WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 20 May 1949

¿jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiM! ¡COUNTRY NEWS! I PAGE W4LLUMBILLA, YULEBA MilTCKELL, SURAT, 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminniiiiiB f.imsiiiuiüi»»' MITCHELL HAS GAY ANNUAL SHOW WEEK 'MITCHELL il slowly settling down after a week of revelry embrac- < "* ing a two-day show, two bails and a two-day nee meeting all highly successful. j Excellent attendances marked all the functions, and parties continued nearly all night as coutry visitors joined the spirit of the i annual show. Hotels were crowded to capaciity as the town's popu lation was swollen by a large influx of visitors, i Tfce show was officially opened by Hr. J. Taylor, M.LA. He spoke highly of the pavilion exhibits which were of a very high stand ard. The Mitchell and Mungallala branches of the O.WA were com mended for a fins display. Cattle entries were a record. The pens were inadequate to meet the en tries and cattle had to be double...

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