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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

IN 1W0 SIZES 8 oz^tih, 14!-«ziiti)i, Hare's the way to Healthier Living this Winter! Keep well this winter . . . keep warm this winter, with delicious, invigorating, resistance-building cups of MILO! MILO is a palate-tempting blend of pure country milk and malted cereals. It is fortified with energising vitamins . . . and ha* a delightful, soothing chocolate flavour which no one can resist. For youthful energy, for glowing health, for sound, restful sleep . . . MUX)! MILO The fortified Tonic Food .. .A NESTLE'S PRODUCT COPYRIGHT Willi.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

INSIDE NEWS INDEX P. 2: Oombirngo Case, Fanland, "HI ft Low," Health Bulletin. P. 3: Twenty Five Tears Ago, Swim mers Dance, .Letters to tbe Editor, Trended Flower Show, Crossword Puwle.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOOD FIELD FOR KOY TROPHY PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

GOOD FIELD FOR KOY TROPHY PLAY Ideal weather at the week-end produced, the largest field to date . to play for A. Soy's trophy on Saturday. The event was a Stable ford Competition and resulted in a . win for president Noel. Kemp, closely followed by W. Sailer and SSayne Ferrier. Sunday play was again popular, and the 9-hole event played in the morning produced Borne good golf, M. Marlay leading the field with the excellent round of 87 off the stick. A very tasty lunch wag proyU^d at the Clubhouse and during the after noon Mrs. Galton'« trophy was played. The mixed Canadian Foursome re sulted in a win for Mayne Ferrier and Sirs. D. Ferrier, who galloped away from the rest of the field to return a nett 70. Next Saturday will see the second M-n^My Medal ; layed, end this month the event will take the form of a Bogey Competition with the usual draw being made. With the South-Western Champion ships just over a fortnight away in terest is mounting, and it is anticipa-_ ted that the local ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Hockey (Girls): MITCHELL -(8):; &L Aehney, G. Btein, B. Malone. M. Schneider, M, Caris, B. Hanly, D. Beeomb, B. Matchett. M. Miecamble, T. Wardtope, P. Brawne v. WENT WOBTH (1): D. Pascoe, D. Donald, N. Robinson, E. McEwan, N. Shellewell, B. Harms, I). Kieselter, L. Nott, E. Glazier, T. Jnlius, J: KadeL Boys: M1TOKKLL (12); 0. Brinin, B, Pryor, E. Jollife, M. Harris, 0. Ful wood, G. Ahern, J. Walsh, L, Onst, B. Newby, E. Follett, B. Porch v. WENTWOBTH (0) : E. Brown,. L. Sot ton, D. Booker, A. Holley, E, Green, K. Pryor, B. Fowles, B. Grnilke, B. Kesrdon, B. Vickeiy, G. Sailer.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNCIL'S ALTERNATIVE ON LEAGUE'S WYNDHAM STREET RE-NAMING PLEA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

COUNCIL'S ALTERNATIVE ON LEAGUE'S WYNDHAM STREET RE-NAMING PLEA By eix votes to two, the Boma Town Council last Friday night recommended to the Boma Bub branch of the E.S.L that their request for the re-naming of Wynd ham Street as Memorial Avenne be changed to "Wyndham Street Memorial Avenue." The Mayor (Aid. Koy) ana Aid. A. Anderson who moved that the Lea gue's proposition be adopted and that Wyndham Street 'be renamed Memor ial Avenue, voted against the recom mendation. i The suggestion that the street be called Wyndham Street Memorial Avenue originated from Aid. W. Anderson, and was supported by Aid. A. Crawford. Aid.. Crawford said that it was ab solutely ridiculous to think or renam ing portions of three streets to form | Memorial Avenue as the (League had ! suggested. He said that Wyndham I Street was one of the most Important . business Btreets in the town, and Its • renaming would cause considerable I inconvenience. :i He thought It would be best to add the words Memorial ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

If«•*««(«(•«»**•*•I »»»»»>»»»»*»• » ■ ij Wi $06^ 2 WOOL MID ffiUK BR0KEHS ill ^IMwatmSm «ans L-|f in "Ms® ______« ^<C5v STOM*HB,«HCMI(SH Our Sen^^SMe ** - „ THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATESCO. LTD. FOR All WOOL EXPERTLY HANDLED AT OUR UP-TO-DATE WOOL STORE MR ROMA MERCHANDISE SHOWROOM DISPLAYS THE GOODS YOU WANT THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD. (Incorporated in England)

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUCCESSFUL TRENHED FLOWER SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

SUCCESSFUL iK£Nti£D FLOWER SHOW The Trashed Branch of the Q.O.W.A. held a very successful Chrysanthemum Show on Eriday, May 13 in th« Soldiers' Hail. The function was well attended and the rose and chrysanthemum blooms exhibited were of excellent quality. Champion Chrysanthemum of1 the Show was won by Mrs. W. B. Wilton, of- 'Craigowan." Unfortunately seme the gardens were severely damaged by [rott, and this made competition smal ler than previous years. The Cookery Secton was not as. largely contested as we could: have wished, but illness prevented some of. dot usual competitors from entering. The- best dressed baby''.competition baby boy and girl under 12 months, ivas won by i Girl, Baby Dank; boy, John' Tunias. A dainty afternoon tea was served if the members of the braneh. Following are awards: OOOKBST Scones: Mrs. Laverty; pumpkin icones, Mrs. J, Pascoe; plate toffee, Sirs. L. Edgar; French jellies, Mrs. M;. k. Hilleary; cocoannt ice, Mrs. L. Sdgar;» sponge sandwich, Mrs. 8. Juy...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN PHONE ROMA. 303 ra :.oro KLEOT1IOAL installaxiokb, «»«■»:, oopmrsv rjr&znm ruam REFRIGERATOR SERVICE JOBBING THE WESTERN STAR CAN NOV ACCEPT ALL TYPES OF JOB PRINTING BRING YOUR ORDER TO-DAY QUALITY WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED WARROO SHIRE COUNCIL RANGER wanted for Council and Main Boads work. Permanont position for suitable man "with the necessary experience. Council has sp to date plant and three caravans foi camping and more on order. Applicants pleiaae contact tfc* undersigned. SURAT, (Sdg.) (R. K. BUROW. 18/-/49, fthire Olerfc. 1'rlnted and published by Htgglns and Foxlee, successors to Alfred BabtS" son & Oo. (Western Star), at the offloe of the company, McDowall Street, Roma, by J. HlRliia and T. Foilee, MeDowall Street, Roma.

Publication Title: Western Star
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WALLABIES FORGE TO LEAD IN FIRST PREMIERSHIP ROUND; CITIES DOWNED 12-3 IN SCRAPPY GAME [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

WALLABIES FORGE TO LEAD IN FIRST PREMIERSHIP ROUND; CITIES DOWNED 12-3 IN SCRAPPY GAME (By "Spectator.") , 5.^ jhW a game slightly below recent drib standards, Wallabies defeated Cities 12-3 on Sunday to take the | lead with 6 points at the end of the first Premiership Round. Wattles are now lying in second position, with 3 points, while Cities have yet to chalk up a score. j Highlights of the match were two spectacular individual tries, the first for Wallabies by Cen- ( tre Ron Seaton, who played himself into the Roma A Grade Rep. Team to meet Chinchilla, arid the j second* by "liger" Lines, finishing off a do or die run by Winger Bird for Cities. | Only other try of the match was scored (or Wallabies by Cap tain Pryor, who whipped through in a 10-yard burst to score from a melee off Cities goal line. Feature of the game was the successful "muzzlng" by the Wallaby pack ol Liues fralr-oack, Roddy Hoffman. i With set scrums on a 1 airly ; even bat>is, 22 to &o, in WaUauiet...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,— It is with grout interest that 1 noticed in your last edition of The Western Star tliat the Bouia Progress Association is planning to make Boma a garden city 1 am sure 90 per ccnt. of your read ers nill agree with me wlien I say that it would be u wugnificent idea to have this. In my mind, however, it would be a much better idea if the Council of Boma would lead the way by cleaning up the small gardens, which at present hardly exist, such as the lawn which is right in front of the gateway to Boma—that iB, in front of the Boma Bail way Station. There was also at one lime a verj uice lawn on the corner of Feather and McDowell Street, where the children of the C.W.A. Hostel would be able to spend a lot of enjoyable hours if the place was cleaned up. In its present state, it is just an eye-: Bore in theii town. I Now that we have a motor mower { owned by the Council, these jobs should ' mean onlv a matter of hours to com-1 plete.— Fours, etc. W. B. BEADY", Me...

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BRADY ISSUES £50 CHALLENGE ON ALLEGED RED SMEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

BRADY ISSUES £50 CHALLENGE ON ALLEGED RED SMEAR A £50 challenge, payable either to the Roma Hospital or Ambul ance, to any person who could prove that he was a communist was issued this morning in a trunkline call from Brisbane by Mr. W. B. Brady, one of the candidates for aldermanic honours at Saturday's Soma Town Council Elections. Mr. Brady said lie made the chal lenge following rings from several Roma residents on Monday night warn ing him tliat a rumour that he was a "red" was being widely circulated in the town. "Apart from paying £60 to the hospital, if I find out who Is re sponsible for this charge, I will put him in hospital m well," Mr. Brady Bald. "If this election is not going to be kept clean, there are quite a few things I can say myself," Mr. Brady added. Mr. Brady is in Brisbane attending his wife, who is seriously ill in hos pital.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROPHY-COVERED TABLE AT SWIMMERS' DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

TROPHY-COVERED TABLE AT SWIMMERS' 0ANU \ A TABLE covered with trophies w f« the scene that met the eyes of Patrons at the Boma Amateur Swimming and Life Saving Associa tion's Annual Presentation Dance i & the Soldiers' Hall last Friday even lag. A record crowd was in attendance, and the youngcr members of the com munity made it their night. It was a very gratifying sight from the com mittee's point of view, and augers well The members of the Ladies Com mittee provided supper for all prewent, and all voted it u good "show."' About 8.30 p.m. the Patron (Dr. Dodson) made the presentations. Trophy recipients ranged from midget girls and boys to the senior ranks and the happy eager faces (bowed that the prizes were well received. The Monte Carlo attracted a large number of couples, and the winners were Mr. G. Cahill and Miss K. Bussell. Here is the list of trophy winners; M. MISO AMBLE: McNauglit Cup and replica, highest club points midget girls' swimming and diving (1). G. WHITE...

Publication Title: Western Star
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COOL WEATHER HIT BOWLS ATTENDANCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

COOL WEATHER HIT BOWLS ATTENDANCE (By "I*") The cool, doll morning of last Saturday deterred many from the bowling green, so that In the after noon only two rinks were in use. The hardies who did roll up enjoyed an afternoon more pleasant than any; anticipated, and the early start, now. general for the winter mouths, enabled the games to conclude before the warmth of the sun had long left the green. Bald patches on the green, particu larly No. 1. should soon be covered by a delicate hirsute growth, for the greenkeeper was seen planting seeds and giving a general tonic to the area. Growth of grass is' necessarily slow, these cold months. Incidentally, the greens committee of the Queensland Bowling Association has reported unfavourably on the de sirability of sawdust greens concerning which there has recently been much speculation. Several had been' put down in New Zealand, where, of course, conditions are vastly different from oar own. Even there, it was reported, they should only be...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

STATHA1W CHEESMAN AND CO. (sasiA) PobliB Accountants, Auditors, Fientute and Tumton Spodnlisti. McDowall Ot.. BomaC opp. Pott Office) Besidont Partner, Hr. 0. L. IliOer ATM, AAtfQ, AAI8, Tnlir»>!i.oiir f.W. Rdrui HEERZO is 3-ln-l REMEDY FOR 'CHEST, NOSE & THROAT AILMENTS . In addition to saving much money by using HEENZO cough remedy, yon cid also qm It In three different mjri, You talee HEENZO Internally for internal ailment*, vtk., eooghkt colds, croup, bronchitis and Influenza. You use HEENZO «i a Aiaul an tie ep tic* Jnt • few drops op each nostril night and morning quickly ridding catarrh end cold* !n head. By gargling 1 with HEENZO you gain Instant relief from sore and smokers' throats. Remember, a bottle of concentrated HEENZO costing only 2/. makes one plot of family cough remedy equally good for adults MRS. E M. GALTON (LATB 8OHOOZ1 07 ABTB, HOTEL, SOMA) zshow oamroornitt thb wblIx-knowh COMMONWEALTH HOTEL wthiszah etbbet, eoma, phojjt. 2ss. old AI7D NEW CLIENTS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

AVAILABLE FOR 1MIHEDI ATE DELIVERY Ar HUB MOTORS TAWiHORNE STREET, PHONE 348. t Authorised Agents for HUDSON CARS, SINGER CARS AND UTILITIES, DIAMONDN T TRUCKS. Ah! that's the way scones and pastries should taste always! use BAKING powder ®isk for all the Aunt Mary's Pure Food Products Handles BIG implements on BIG properties Has pulling power of a 14-horse team Britain has built a new, BIG tractor for \nBtralip*8 broad acre farms . . . the Fordsoii Major, powered by the famous British Perkins 6 -cylinder Diesel Engine* In a complete "Nebraska" Test, by the Division of Aero nautics, Dept. of Supply and Development, tlie trqolor showed the following resnltst— Max. Belt H.P. 41 (Rated 35): Max. Drawbar H.P. 37.5 (Rated 28): Fuel consumption (10-hour test at rated drawbar H.P., engine speed ISOO r.p.m.t: 1.79 GALLONS PER HOUR. MARANOA TRADING CO. LTD., ROMA -'WPP. mo^dh company . df *u$tiyiu£.m., lto.':

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

WARNER & COLLINS McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. Phone 277--P.O. Box 87 For Grocery, Crockery. Hardware, Paints. Oils, Etc. Ik Home of Guaranteed Service.

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TOWNSLEY HITS FORM TO SCORE TWO POSSIBLES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

TOWNSLEY HITS FORM TO SCORE TWO FOtolbLtii 'xhe Kciua Bifle Cluu staged the first round of CJoomber Bros:' tropby last Sunday afternoon over three ranges, 3/3/500 yards. Although conditions were fairly good, the only brilliant scoring was that of the Capt. C. Townsley, whose score of 102 off the ride was a really 1 fine effort. In his aoore, he succeeded in putting all shots in the bull's eye twice at the 300 yard mound. Next Sunday (May 29) the club trill stage the second round of this trophy over 3 ranges, 5/5/600 yards. Shoot ers are asked to be at the Post Office at 9 a.m. sharp where transport will be waiting. Scores were as follows: 800 300 500 Aug. C. Townsley (7) — 35 35 32 105 E. Bensie (25) ..... — 27 30 30 105 B. Timing (26) 2? 25 31 105 F. Came (25) .... 31 23 28 105 H. Telford (40) _ «_ 26 23 21 105 A. Core (9) _ 29 33 32 103 D. Sore (9) — _ ..... 30 29 31 102 H. Pascoe (15) _.. ..... 29 27 31 102 F. Dore (15) _ — 27 31 29 102 A. Koy (7) ..... 31 31 32 101 A. Malone (10...

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They Say [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

Tliey Say fHAT local farmers -would Uvi * appreciated half an inch of lain fxtiaa last week's change In the WW>ta*r to help them with their wheat planting. rroiAT it is • surprising to see the quantity of prickly pear in some parts of the district. fjPHAT the signwiitlng now being done In Soma, is helping to brighten up the town. ifjpHAT in regard to the land being re fumed lor the Boma State School the Government has reversed its decis ion to resnme. the southernmost quar ter acre on the Arthur Street frontage. ♦, * ♦ WIJtAT the Boma High and Intermedi * ate School baa been fortunate -enough to secure sufficient second hand ■Oft pine to construct the required shel tering in the school's new library room. WHAT there are heart burnings over the selection of the three rep. football teams to play Chinchilla on Sunday. . * * « fpHAT Mick Oberhardt, who is the best known and. probably, the most popular member of our local Post Office staff, has bees transferred to Toowoomba. faith the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

RUGBY LEAGUE EXCURSION TO CHINCHILLA SUNDAY 29th MAY 1949 Train Departs Roma 8 a.m. Return from Chinchilla 7 p.m. A Trip Worth Makmf. STATUTORY NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'Re RONALD JAMES DENMAN late of Wallumbllla In the State of Queensland, Railway Employee, decease#. ViOTICE is hereby given tbat all creditors and other persons hav ing claims against the Estate of the aibovenamed RONALD JAMBS DEN MAN late of Wallumbllla In tbe State of Queensland, deceased, who died on or about the Thirtieth day of June, 1948 A.D., at Wallumbllla in the said State, are hereby required to send Miefr elalme to the Public Curator, Brisbane, on or before the Nineteenth day of July, 1949. And that after the expiration of the last-mentioned date the Public Curator will proceed to dis tribute the assets of the said d» ceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notlie. Dated this Nineteenth day of May. 1949. ALAN FORD, Public Curator, Brisbane. T...

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