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Ladies' Bowling Notes [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

Ladies' bowling Motes There was great excitement on the ladies' green last Wednesday when the president ( Mrs. Feather) arrived bearing the beautiful trophy won from Mitchell ladles the previous Monday. The teams from Boma were: X. Mosdames Way, Feather, Aslnnead and Hadwen. 2, Mesdames Cooke, Page, Slingsby, and Crawford. They found their opponents a very tough proposition as they were vic torious by only 7 points. Another team Mesdames Scott, Wright, Wieneke and Doyle also wcut to give their moral support and play a social game. Besults of Wednesday's play were [as follows: ' Two of the "Singles" competition were played and MissDrabsch 101 de feated Mrs. Hacker 75; Mrs. Scott 106 [ defeated Mrs. Haupt 69. Social games: Mesdames Cooke, Crawford and Nugent 35 v. Mesdames Slingsby, Pruden and Doyle 14; Mes dames Feather, Wright and Hadwen 28 v. Mesdames Ashmead, Fettiford and Hadwen 23; Mesdames Scotton and Coutts 19 v. Mesdames Page and Wieneke 16.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Basket Ball Teams To Play Chinchilla [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

Basket Ball Team* To Play Chinchilla Three basket ball teams will travel with the footballers on Bun day to try conclusions with Chin chilla lasses. ) ^ Teams selected are: A GRADE: I. Footte (capt.). 8. Vickery, V. Walsh (v. capt.), Wil son, C, Lenih&n, D. Julius, B. Johnson. 3 GRADE; E. McEwan, N. Johnson («apt.). B. Glazier, J. Coulter, 0. Vick ery, M, Henry, J, Warrian (v, capt.). 0 G&ADS: J, Wilson, D. Bassetjt (capt.). L. Pettiford, D. Connolly, B. Hando (v, capt.), P. Phillips, L, Mc Callum EMEEGEK0IE6: D. Beb, E. Wfl. liams. . Practice for these teams is on Wed nesday night at 7.30 and Saturday afternoon at 3 pjn. All players must attend or forfeit their positions. Results of last Sunday 40-minute matches were: A Grade*- defeated B Grade 18-4; B Grade defeated C Grade 3 nil. In a 20-minute match A Grade de defeated C Grade 8-2.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. RUSSELL'S VISIT TO HOUSE OF COMMONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

MR. RUSSELL'S VISIT TO HOUSE OF COMMONS (Written from England, this article by Mr. 0. W. Bussell, M.L.A., describes a visit to tbt House of Commons, and a glimpue of Princess Xwgant.) J VISITED the House of Oom awns and lunched with the , Speaker'* Secretary (Sir Balph ▼•may). The Speaker of the House of Commons is a very im portant .personage. Like our" own Speaker, he is in charge of the Bouse, but rules of etiquette •re very much more strictly observed. He does not,.mix freely with mem ben in the House or in the Public Booms in .the precincts of the House. For living and social purposes hg has his own apartments which form a part of the House of Commons. His social invitations -take precedence over all ex cept those of the King. The House of Parliament suffered severe damage during the war. The frontage of the river was dam aged by the blast from bombs whieh fell on St. Thomas' Hospital on the opposite bank. This damaged section fiat now been completely destroyed. On the other si...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TWO NEW FEATURES FOR TUESDAY STAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

TWO NEW FEATURES FOR TDESDAT SMR Tills Week sees the introduction of tiro: aewff«a£ttretf for day Stu, both or them suggested by tBBdan,: r;*. They are" "They^- SayV column found on tbis page, the Tuesday ver sion of Friday's popular Town Talk, and "HI and Low," ■* a column of yreekly happenings and gossip from the Roma State High and Intermedi ate School. Two school girls write "Hi and Low" . under the pseudonym' of "Junior," while "They. Say" is' free for-all, the brain child, of a local pro fessional man. Any suggestions from readers for other features will be welcomed for the Tuesday or the Frday issne, and should be addressed "Features," The Western Star, P.O. Box 6, Roma.

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FOOTBALL—(Continued) CURTAIN RAISERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

FOOTBALL—(Continued) CURTAIN RAISERS (By 3. MoynUmn) Once again Cities and Wattles Juniors had another tusde on Son day. These yonng fellows played good football indeed. Wattles win ning a very Interesting match. The City lads, both backs and for wards did most of the offensive play during the match, but the Wattles were just a little too good. At half time the score favoured Wattles at 7 points to S. Boon after the start of the second half, a penalty goal to Wattles made the score 9-5. Wattles continued on the good work and very good play by young Geran (Wattles winger) made ' another try for Wattles. No extras. I The score 12-5, The final bell wont when Wattles were well on top with the tally at 18-5. Young Geran showed, that he is one of the best juniors playing to-day and may develop into a very .fine winger. BESBBVE MATCH In the Beserve Grade Wallabies played Cities, the latter proving fartOo good to run out winners by 23 points to 2. Cities kicked off and from Borne luird ruck...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

$01utiqns TO 1a9t wgek*S puzzjles* qntfcexttfc from mapit" and the remain* <£ »n6 l^tters 5p6u' "remove two ♦.ftt^iaa f&pw'mapu tb (fell " ftm " Vme~fcuttln6 words thavarp speue» w>m tvc 9ame arrcct_aitfc-i alter, aieri and iatgi. fej)l»take picture solution enhs* »s mltsp&llc*; ini &9uaq s*6m.suooid bf oevepded : apostfloflmft. MlttlNfc crom* pont^tppt shofc on man<* i^lfetjt »ot, _thi eyeglatfes mavemt ANV &c<sgf ant) the len5ps at&w▼ mates; utter bo» *s lab&cd aee and >t suouid bmc the sidewalk < rue stofte numbers aremt in botano* andthfc awning 5tripfs are** unipowm . plctufte answer twf mi&pon elephant** ' £ju mead '5 upside down, (tsi bac « op fne-otocr e1ephant..t4& hat eormf fta^tof the tr(jnm ifebi-v'tlttn TME cqvx>todtiam . t*4* \9' name wpian was &e&towe& sv $ftium&u&.op©h ftec0ippeq;col6r€c natlv^t" who greeted him ...

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GRIGSONS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLES, TRICKS, GAMES & MAGIC FUNLAND EVERYBODYS PLAYMATE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

GRIGSONS' CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLES, TRICKS,! GAMES' & MAGIC titPUMAMllft EVERYBODY RtAYMATE^fe r* by * I.AWNi,GENT \ TIIE WORLD'S j [LEADING PUZZLE). 1AKEB

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

Fm iMsama mutsr mr & team J D. Cliff.. WcDOWAU STUFF?. »<sV \ ' \ See as — BEFORE this happens to yon: ACTIVE SERVICE MOTORS (UBTBD K4-OJI OAEACn}, BOM A — ACM 8 Bay «d Bight.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hi & Low [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

(Br "JUNIOR") This week: sees uiother new feature started In the luesaay Btai—giving yon tbe tu^hligiiw . and low-aowns on weesly uappuii lngs at tbe Boma State ULgu alia Intermediate dcuoui. Wiuum oy.two of toe pupils, u will appeal ,. regularly every Tuesday. yjXOHIiTQH'r at-tbe Soma Blgb School this week falls on tbe Parjiapi«it mfefcing, The B(tfge* tion pat rorward tor discussion * by tbe'Principal (Dir. Perry) is tbat price money at the B.HJ.a. Fancy Ureas Ball1 should be abandoned. The members of .farliament nave suggested giving housepowts to the High Hchooi pupils while inoue/ prizes #ra iiiHintHined for those nut attending the R.H.I.B. However, this question has not been decided as agreement can not- be reached ia-ttacJiunent. - * # Peter Flower weemputo taira more interest in hmawiring-i^the Parlia mentary representatives tuan par taking, in aeoates.Hs'is helped, 1 however, by OQBgrAiUet. *1" * * The intermediate pupils' .may well bury their noses m.tlieir 'school booko a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

We Stock:— FLY DBBBSIMOB: iffli, D.D.T. Mixtnre. Klecnflox. Wilao. DIPS: Little'i Xlnid Little'■ Powdered. 8ickle Double Action. 81ckle Arsenical. Botox Cattle Dip ft Plant Spray. WEED ESCEBMWATOE: Hormtz. XEON PBE8BBVATITB: Iron Coat. . pKBNOHBSt Tri-Koa (Niaotioc H'mtfn) itaoik ■ (PiienotUaaiiM). , Sad Spot (Carbon TetraaUorida), tNBiBjraoBiria! Victor Drenching Oaaa. Tri-Koa Drenching Plitols. Bepaater Hypoderaio Syziaga. Wilmo Outrating Knivea. HOUSEHOLD SPBAVB: K.-on-E, Inaeetatonia. BHW4KTKQ AOOB8SOKIE8: Vaemark, 8teneil Ink, Woolbale Faatenahl, WoOlpaalri, LOCAL DISTBJBUTOBS FOB:— TOOWOOMBA FOUNDBT PTY. LTD, "SOUTHEBN OEOS8," WiaA milla, Tanki, Tronghing, Engbnaa, MilMng and Electric Light Planta, Separa tora, Iron Coat, Iron Preservative. " ~ ■ LEVIN & OO.'B AG A COOKING STOVES: AUSTRALIAN UUTUALHBE IKSUBANCE SOCIETT LID. We can supply HUME BEINFOBGED CONCRETE PIPES ft TSOUQHIKGL QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO-OP. ASStL, LOOTED P.O. Bat TC. MaDOWALL SXJUU3T, KO?A. ...

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

PHONE 371 PHONE 371 McDOWALL STREET, ROMA. QUALITY FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DESPATCHED TO ANY LOCALITY. Golden Circle Jams and Canned Frnits. Products of the Northgate Cannery Operated by the C.O.D. THE GROWERS OWN ORGANISATION ~ HOBSON'S GARAGE ROMA BRITAIN* AMAZING NEW THE MOST TALKED-ABOUT CAB EVER BUILT I Vanguaud Is ben I Not jut a An entirely new production. Sii-Mtac, ♦-door edoon wi& all-«arf bodf. kyW •o make jen (be «nry of jow oelghboun. Vanguard gin* yon mon pom, gr*» and Dvallocae than yoall «nt naed. YauV be aetonlehed at (he vela* VangoafJ briagi a* the populir-prioe field, laa VANOUAHD—MOW ( ——1.1 1( Bmu * «Uli i ft ImefafofDMb m •a forwud fcwludUf FlBtT. + |«ilfdatoaii' 90gtm. jf Dinliipi til hfe bdtptmlM iroot «be«1 coll antfwit mUil

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

Classified Advertisements c^£STssrz blocks. A,,IS - TC S^MUo.l! ^aS, cash l orde.-. E. H. Maklnson, ^oT'lnsALli-. One International 1 truck 2 to., 13 cv,t. Good running order, rubber fair. Inspect at 23 W ^OB^Ti!e:B1^4 Studebaker S^an. A Mechanically sound, well shod. Apply 73 Arthur Street. "I?OUND: Lady's shoe near the Six 1 Mile on the InJune Koad dur1"^ <?how Week. Owner can have same Uy paying cost of this advertisement. TTOUSE or Hat wanted, to rent, «■ nished or un.urnishcd. youni, married couple. Apply "House, Sta. , t"oST: Five wool packs Saturday! XJ night; reward on return *o Star Office. , rnAXI!—Clarrie. Sutton is alwn.vs at J1 your scrvice. Phone, Day M. TXTANTED: Housemaid-waitress for " Muckadilla Hotel. Good wages and conditions, nine Muckadilla 8 lor TffANTED: Old Cars, Tractors, etc. W ^ condition, for scrapping. Our representee will be visiting Roma and district shortly and will inspect and pay cash. Martins Spare Parts, Too woomba. (Phone 1973. WANTED...

Publication Title: Western Star
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FIVE AND A HALF MONTHS HARD LABOUR TO COMBARNGO FOR GUILT IN TIFFIN STREET STABBING AFFRAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

FIVE AND A HALF MONTHS HARD LABOUR TO COMBARNGO FOR GUILT IN TIFFIN STREET STABBING AFFRAY pOLIN COMBAKNGO, 38-year-old station hand, of Roma, was sentenced bjr the Chief Justice (Mr. Justice Macrossan) to five and a half months imprisonment with hard labour in the Criminal Court on Friday after he. had been found guilty by a jury of die unlawful wounding of his nephew, Vince Combarngo, in a brawl in Tiffin Street on the night of March 5. Imposing judgment Mr. Justice Macrossan told the defendant that unfortunately for him he had a record of previous convictions for assault, the present charge making the fourth. The two offences previous to the present charge had occurred in 1944 and 1945. Despite the (act that the weapon with which he had assaulted I his nephew was not found, His Honour said that it was quite dear j to him that the injuries had been inflicted with some pointed, and sharp instrument. Short of miraculons intervention the injuries coidd not have been inflicted otherwi...

Publication Title: Western Star
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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 26 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

smv iimos6 CROSSWORD No. 26 ACROSS J. Hasten 5. Send back H. Metric weieht 12. Stirk fa»i 13. Come 14. Stubborn 15. Kecnpadf 16. Portent 17. Much adorneil 18. Slreleh'oul 19. Lnnpuag* 20. Apart 23. Mran «oltnpr 26. Pilot 27. Fool 2H. Ktilict 31, limM of prey U. Keen 37. Kind ol tfiOlll 39. Hard I'ouiinp 42. Preciciti* 4:t. Souvenir 44. Wash 45. Ship-worm Ut. Joint! 4'. PnrodiflC 4 . Strnlum 19. Sinnll coin DOWN 1. \Vjliz>fif7>! 2. Mrdi'r.ko 3. Avntd 4. Jli\ri)ingci 5. Ki'putec t>. I n l ended 7. Giptuml U. C:i\c 9, Ilour-lrosl 10. Tnko vcii^iinc< 11. Impair 20. Shug 21. \ ♦•macular 22. Ituilri 2:\. I.iii 24. t'impvunji 25, ir) Hnn n'v;i% ANSWER TO CROSSWORD \n 25 3U. HtiwiT> 'i-l- type 3H. \u.aber 30. lictnru 37. Shelter for animals 38, Venture 40. Friitid 41. Tor l'car iliat iOLUHON —NtXT WEEK

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NEURASTHENIA PRICE OF FAST LIVING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

NEURASTHENIA PRICE t OF FAST LIVING KeutaSbbbtua is iiov au organic disease—it is the high price some people pay. for living in a modern, uigu-pressuie see, tuiu owning «. highly-strung, sensitive nake-ii|>, according to a Queensland Heaiiii Education Council bulletin. Just as a tine, delicately-balanced machine is more sensitive to shock uad strain that the massively-constructed, less-complex piece, so is the more acute type of person with tensely-strung nervous system more liable to suuer from neurasthenia, the bulletin con tinues. Eespecially is this so when there is a condition of anxiety, overwork, or some specific mental strain. Neurasthenia begins as a tendency to wards nervous excitability, which may be either inherited or acquired. On the other hand, it may appear in otherwise normal people as a result oi physical causes, such as malnutrition, or even a severe attack of influenza. i/ruiontea worn or any kind a®sra vutes the already-established nervous tension,. eventuall...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS VACANCIES FOR JUNIOR CLERKS FROM LADS WHO HAVE PASSED JUNIOR PUBLIC SERVICE OR STATE SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINA TION. Applications will be received on the proper printed form, obtainable at principal Administrative Offices and Stations, from lads desirous o( ap pointment as JUNIOR OUSRK in the South-Western Division, who have passed the Junior Public Service or State Scholarship Examination. Lade who passed the State Scholarship Ex amination will be required to be 14 and not more than 16 years of age on the closing date, and those who passed the Junior (Public Service Examina tion must be not more than 17 years of age on the closing date, viz., 14th June, 1949. Applicants must submit proof of passing State Scholarship or Junior Public Service Examinations. Applicants will be required to pass the medical examination before ap pointment. Those offering employ ment will be required to produce proof of age. The rates of pay for Junior Clerks under Current Award are: Under 1...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

ENGAGEMENT RYAN—DWF; The engagement is announced of Jean Norma, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duff, JCfraigielea, Roma, to James, only %dn of Mr, and Mrs. J. H» liyan, Brisbane. MARRIAGE EATON—WALDRON: At St. Paul's Church or England, Roma on the Kith May, Beryl only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Waldron, May Street, Komi, and (Francis second sun or Mr. and Mrs. J. Eaton, of (j.uiiii Hill, Brisbane. DEATH ALLEN, Ada Maud: Wife of Mr. F. A. Allen, "Euthulla," Roma and i.iotner 01 -Mrs. Slillllday of "Echo," Hodgson. Died on Saturday mom my lasi In a private hospital in Brisbane—privately cremated in Brisbane on Saturday afternoon. IN MEM0R1AM LilEBERT: In loving memory of my dear Husband and our J^ather Alt, who passed away on May 17, 194S. i resting where no shadows fall, In perfect peace waits us all. Deep In our hearts his memory is kept, Of one we loved and will never forget. Inserted by his loving wife Mary, his daughters Lou, Marie, and Berth* and sons Gus, Fred, Phi...

Publication Title: Western Star
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REP. TEAMS TO PLAY CHINCHILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

REP. TEAMS TO PLAY CHINCHILLA I Here are the three representative I football teams to play Chinchilla on 'Sunday:— A SENIOR: Full-back, G. Bcrkely; three-quarters, G. CahiU, K. Fulwooil, E. Pryor (Capt.), C. Cole; five-eighth, !B. Seaton; half-back, B. Hoifmanj 'forwards, B. Giubb, E. Bobinson, J. Johnson, A. Eva, L. Thompson, G. Dank. Beserves: A. Grubb, P. Saunders. B 6ENIOB: Full-back, C. Hadwen; three-quarters, L. Lines, J. Chant (Capt.), J. Glazier, M. Clancy; five eighth, B. JoIieboh; half-back, V. Beaton; forwards, B. Kyte, W. Burton. B. Briskey, K. KAmlin, P. Arthur, J. Partridge. Beserves: C. McDonald. B. Began. JUNIQB: Full-back, J. Walsh; three quarters, T. McCaffrey, J. Geran, M. Cherry, T, Wyatt; five-eighth, B. Ashney (Capt.); half-back, N, Haupt; forwards, K. Bosh, K. Coleman, K. Haupt, P. Flower, C. Brinin, D. Hen ning. Beserves: T. Bush, B. Brown, A special train will leave at 8 a.m. Fares are 12/2 return; children half J>ri«e- . . .11^

Publication Title: Western Star
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RUGBY LEAGUE AFTER KIESEKER'S FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 May 1949

RUGBY LEAGUE AFTER KIESEKER'S FUT An application by the Roma Eugby League for a long term lease ci Klesekcr s Flat for a recreation reserve was received by the Boma \ Tcvn Ccuc;il at it; la^t meeting for its term of office on Friday night. Council decided that the League 'be informed that the Council has no objection to the proposal, and that the League should apply to the Lands Department, which controls the ground Involved. Aid. Crawford suggested that the Council resume the land and lease it to the League, but Aid. Koy pointed out that if the land became a council recreation reserve the League would be faced with its present problem of being uuublc t charge au entrauuo fee. Aid. Anderson then moved success fully that the League be Informed that the Council liad no objection to the proposal, and that the League be advised to apply to the Lands De partment. . ,

Publication Title: Western Star
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Fifty Yearts ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 27 May 1949

MM ago iwlag T JEATH of the founder in 1876 of T he Western Star, Mr. Francis Eidner - in Ipswich Fifty Years Ago To-day, was the subject of an interesting obituary column in the Star of Slay 27,1869. A distinguished country journalist, Mr. Jiiduor had founded the (iyrnpie Times in 1867, and sue years previously had bought the Ipswich Herald, chunk ing its name to the Queensland Times. "The two journals he founded, the Times and the Star, are still the most influential and best conducted provin cial newspapers in the colony," a sec tion of an Ipswich report On Mr. K.id lier's death read. (That still goes)) * * * Moanwhilo in Roma living costs were on a level which would make young Twenty Five Years Ago liter ally green with envy. McNaughton & Go. bad opened their winter drapery section at the usual bedrock prices, and were offering alpine felt hats at 4/6 each, men's tweed overcoats at lu/ti each, and men's tweed suits at 22/6 a pop. Bacon was selling retail at 6d. a lb., bn...

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