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TOJO TO HANG [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

TOJO TO HANG General Mac Arthur has upheld ■ the sentences passed on November 12 «& all 25 Japanese war crimin als. General Hideki 'J'ojo, G4, and the other six condemned to death will be hanged secretly at u date yet tu ■ be fixed, General Walker, U.S. Eighth Army Commander, announced later. No previous announcement o£ the time of execution >vill be made. Tho seven men will not bo .-iliuur.l to see their l'uniilie*, remaining in torn ylote iaolntiun until tlje executions. lici'ore the hangings are carried uut a Buddhist priest will administer the last rites.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

Drouifn's tl'ODUJHU ST flOMI) Good Morning. JJrou^iis supply tJio answer to what's NEW mid what's SMART in ladies' l'rocku. You will dis cover, almost in a flush, that our ADELYN, LE BOY uud HAY LOOM gowr.fi have those qualities you seek—the perfection of line to please every eye and the wealth of exclusivenoKs that inukos wearing them a pleasure. GOOD taste—GOOD quality— GOOD cut—GOOD freedom—GOOD comfort and GOOD servicc arc found iu every SUIT tailored by us. Order your 1940 suit NOW whilst wo still -have an exclusive range of Crusader double warp and double weft material from which to chooso. Don't forget chaps, there is to be a price increase in the New Tear. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FEATUB.ES Moll 'fc Sports Shirts, all popular shades and styles—14/11 to 39/11. BONSONOL Cigarette lighter fuel (complete with filler). BONBON wicks and flints. XMAS cards that ate really differ- . ent. • Still have a limited supply of TOWELS available. ENGLISH ELASTIC (3 yards on card)—1/3 per card. Dr...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

THE GIFT STORE OF THE WEST LOCKETS, PENDANTS. CROSSES, TIE PINS, WATCH BANDS, SIG NET RiNGS, E.P.N.S. J ALL A1 QUALITY Smoker's Stands, 8 Day Clocks, Bedroom Clocks, Cigarette Cases. Wallets, Tobacco Pouches, Writing Sets. FOR ALL YOUR GIFTS. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS. THIS XMAS CALL ON US English Tea Sets, Sweet Dishes Etc. China Dinner Sets J . "Vi Cake Plates Etc. CARLTON WARE, ENGUSH POTTERY, ENGLISH CRYSTAL, MULGA WARE, PYREX, OVEN WARE. CHOOSE GIFTS THAT PLEASE -r- From — J J, <MLi JPHONE 145 McDowa!! Street BY Mohr's Garage Phone 71' 35 HAWTHORNE STREET : ' KO*IA : Aii youk kiuiuK uiM 1 H l*o need 10 worry auoui uiai iuua 10 get rah.1 .mui our riuAAuvi* im/iuiu'muxi -— cArctu y nut/o ana natutviaujui; —: practically ail paris can be aiaae on uic ri\uvuou — l\U Ji^Jd (J UAi.WUJJiiNU Iff ENGlNtiK SftClALlblii Q BAiliikY KlCHAKGING T " .We VULCANISE all Sizes CAR, 1KUCK AND TRACTOR iiRLS AND TUBES. I Retreading and Recapping Service—Car lyres Only X \ Y Large Stock Ac...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ADDITIONAL SERVICES t., JAixLl iiUjiA ami Kcturu .. .. .. .. .. Every Wednesday & Saturday BHISBANK - DALBV - CilAliL liVILLE and Return .. BRISBANE - DALBV - CHAJi LEVILIjE - QUILPIE and Eeturn ► Local Agent:— I FOVVLES & % Ltd. ! PHONE 177. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATE CO. LTD, SiATE-WIDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MEKCUAflDiSE WOOL: 'iiy "ihu iiBiatus''—Consign your wool to "ISstttteB^ Jiuiiinbtu Uur Aung aciiiiJg experience onuurcs maximum results. Liberal advances made f aguinat giiijueuig clip. TAT yi'UCii; Jjci ub uo your worryiug—we will tuder trucks lor you, obtain permits, truck and consign your A'ate to "Tlie Estates," Cannon Hill, where our eipcneiiccd ciaBseiV and. salesmen will ensure prices for you. STOiin, tt'iOUi*.; Wnether buying or selling, try "The instates" first. We liave Branch Oiiiccs Uuou^Uout tlxe whole tiiute and are in close contact with .buyers and tieiiei's over a wide ftrea ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

FRED PEPPIN (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tattcrsall 'b Club) OPERATING ON ra-LIEES STAKES & SUMMER CUP (Bun at Randwick December 18 und December 27) ARE YOtT ON MY MAILING U8T! If not. Write: Bo* 194SW, a.P.O. 1 Briabau, Fbou: Offlcs B.4798. 1

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ELIZABETH AND PHILIP MAY DO ROYAL TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ELIZABETH AND PHILIP MAY DO ROYAL TOUR Tentative moves are already be. lug made In London to arrange a Royal tour of the Pacific fcy Prin cess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. TIio tour by tlio King and Quoeit ;iu<1 PrinceBs Mnrgiirot niny now never lake jilnee. following its imlnfinite postponement because of tlie Kind's health.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NIGHT BOWLING OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

NIGHT BOWLING OPENED ' Nearly' 100 .people attended the col ourful opening of the night bowling season at the Boma Bowling Club on Wednesday night. fe*« Pund Appeali 'whleS noV utandf in the, 'Vicinity iOf > £180 v (Donations to the appeal, which closes on December 3, arc published on Page 5). The appeal is still £120 short of the district target. Further donations will be acknowledged in these columns. (

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LITTLE PROGRESS IN MERGER NEGOTIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

LITTLE PROGRESS IN MERGER NEGOTIATIONS Iiittle'progresa is being made in the negotiations following the offer by the Queensland People's PBrty to fonn a single merger party with the Queensland Country Party. • The Country Party's Stale President (Mr. A. J. Campbell) is now at Ilia property on Dnlmally, where shearing lias commenced. H0 a sited Q.P.P. lead ers to clarify tlieir proposals, which wcro "nj)iuiig" ivitliout warning through thp Press. Most political observers fed that there is little possibility of the Coun try Party agreeing tn merge its iden tity with the Q.P.P. or any other party. Apart from constitutional diffi culties, it is felt that any merger would result in the formation of a new or breakaway Country Party, leaving the situation infinitely worse off than before.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Now they've seen them" ODDITIES MYSTIFY THEIR OWNERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

I "Now they've seen them'' ODDITIES MYSTIFY THEIR OWNERS . Two oddities were news in Roma this weak. Oddity No. 1 wa : a potato plant sprouting green to matoes. Oddity Ho. 2, a tiny incli high English dictionary containing something like 14,592 words. Owner of Oddity No. 1 is Mrs. 11. C. Derwent, of Broadmursli, whose mi gated, normally well disciplined garden is looking at its best after recent heavy rains. Tie "cuckoo" in her potato patch, however, has Mrs. Derweut frankly mystified. With the rest of the pota toes almost ready for picking, the plant has a cluster of what appears to be nicely developing tomatoes hidden shyly in its foliage. Sirs. Derwent says she has read about Ihat sort of thing. Oddity Mo, 2 was brought into the Star Office by former Soma resident Mr. A. Fetherstonhaugh, -now living in Toowooinba iu retirement. Mr. Fetherstonhaugh was intrigued by a report iu a Brisbane newspaper of a miniature dictionary, and after ran sacking his belongings finally produc ed on...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOL SHED BURNT DOWN: FIREBUG. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

—: I WOOL SHED BURNT I DOWN: FIREBUG. A five-stand shearing, and wool shed at Glengower Station, Sal- 1 wood, neai Goondlwindi, was burnt down at LSO ajn. on Wednesday. There have been nine previous out breaks in the - district in the early morning, and graziers believe they may be planned to disrupt the soutli-wost's wool industry."' Total loss to graziers /from fires in | the area over the last three months is about £15,000.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

A Mparkllng eyeful of style — a -new, all-providing idea of 10 h.p. quality» comfort and economy . . . Big car appeal! "Front, side and rear — in every carefully designed line — the new body and new luggage boot have big car 6iyle. Ihe new interior has luxury fittings and deep-cushioned upholstery tailored to keep its smart shape. The new complete ventilating system includes hinged windscreen and controlled ilranghl-free ventilating windows. Backed by the sterling quality of' Prefect engineering and the smooth, flexible performance of ils famous 10 h>p. economy engine the new Prefect Is the best thai ever happened to 10 h.p. motoring. \ar koo\ii IVCC4CE boot. ' Completely vaterproof. Illunlultd •I night by beam from tell h|ht> 0 Spare wheel carried under deep end wide luggae* •Helf. COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH ALL COMPETITIVE MAKES Prefect Sedan. £51Qplus tax; Prefect Utility. £485, plus tax. Also on hand, 2 Jeeps in good order. 1-4x415 Cwt. G.M.C. Truck fitted with platform bod...

Publication Title: Western Star
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MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

MOONEE VALLEY MOEELAND STAKES, 5F. (1.0). — Jhelum 9.0, Star Turn 9.0, Aberfeldie 8.7, Circle 8.7, Dawn Air 8.7, Decep , tive Image 8.7, El Ameena 8.7, Harco lass 8.7, Lady Madaun 8.7, Mundoora 8.7, Mylitta 8.7, Bosepoint 8.7, Hover V Mark 8.7, Saffron 8.7, San Faree 8.7, Sea Glimpse 8.7, Steph 8.7, Vi Vilia 8.7, Zezette 8.7. GLENBEBVIE PLATE, 5F. (1.35). —Mae Shaw 9.0, Battle Craze 8.7, Birthday Greetings 8.7, El Latada 8.7, French Scout 8.7, Hellreni 8.7, Index 8.7, King's Counsel 8.7, London Bridge 8.7, Nature's Wonder 8.7, New Mon arch 8.7, Bed Dragon 8.7, Begal Scout 8.7, Bigoletto 8.7, Boyal Pharos 8.7. ~ SOMEETON ANDICAP, 111. (2.10). —Ainritsar 9.0, Begular Port '8.7, French Pack 8.0, Atomic Lass 8.2, Dhtvroii 8.2. Novam 8.2, Poona 7.11, Frosli Girl 7.9, Killcrton 7.7, Royal Bells 7.7. STBATHMORE STEEPLE, -2 Miles (2.40).—Priority 10.5. Briar 9.7, Tal unl 9.5, 15.'iv Thorn 9.4, Kinfern 9.2, Wine Son 9.2, Adjudicator 9.0. Antoros !>.(', Blue Orchid 9.(1. Gliding Star 9.0. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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PRICES SOAR AT OPENING OF NEW SALEYARDS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

PRICES SOAR. AT OPENING$ NEW SALEYiDS An estimated attendance cf 210, including 10 mertworks -buyers from Sydney, Brisbane |and Wa'. langarra, marked the opjping^cf the new Queensland Primary Produc ers' Co-operative Assotgation sale yards in Rcma on Tuijsda,y morn ing. % Store buyers from jN'ewfSouth Wales, l>iii.-inbundi, St. Gcorjjej . Cunnamulla Churlcville, Miles and iC/jfueliilla, aud cattle men with Uii'ir wiljiif.und families from the surrouudiug diegFict helped to swell the atteudauce F^t cuttle prices rose Hill luliugs during a 1135 of a total yardii cleared for a total vo.Ii One pen of 43 fate 10/ a bead, with o&e _1 knocked down at £ cow and a vealer sold Average price a hi was £13/10/10, with and cows selling from, 100, aud prime liglit si to 74/. '{'he Mayor (Aid. Ki the yards officially he wus speaking for aili commuuity wb'cn lie-aai could not' bo expresse'd a firm which saw fit J asset in the tows,. vvliu declared id, said that labels of the tattoo much g...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

CANTERBURY MAIDEN NURSERY, First Division, 5I\ (12.30).—iliislcr Mohican -S.ij. Spctie 8.3, Seraya 8.5, Coiusun 8.5, Humming Toj) 8.5, Wvbong 8.3, King Nic-olo 8.5, Command Performance 8.0, Tricolour 8.5, Coronation Gift, 8.5. Shakespeare 8.5, Snigon 8.5. Rupido 8.0, Eloise 8.0, Favour 6,0, Mif.s Kunui 8.0, Colony 8.0, Tivoli Star 8.0, School Belle 8.0, Dashing Style 8.0. MAIDEN NURSERY, Second Divis ion, 5F. (1.0).—Beau Nasli 8.5, Lav alla 8.5, Delineate 8.5, Shellbank 8.5, Title 8.5, Dizzy 8.5, Hesdin 8.5, Lord Byron 8.5, Satanus 8.5, Gleneoe S.3, HOBsmark 8.5, Lover's Chase 8.0, Bo Happy 8.0, Scotch 8.0, Boudoir 8.0, Dona Murcheta 8.0, Flying Colours 8.0, Curiosity 8.0, Tricstina 8.0, Bye and Bye 8.0. ASHBURY MIXED STAKES, First Division, 6F. (1.30).—Man At Arms 9.0, Kingsgate 8.7, Transaction 8.7, Bon Soir 8.7, Montclair 8.0, Partando 8.0, Phalanx 8.0, Lord Dlioti 8.0, Drastic 8.0, Frescano 8.0, Lady Stand fast 7.7, Rod Son 7.7, Scoreboard 7.7, Dart 7.7, Echo Point 7.7, 'Chcerun...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

TOWN TALK In town for a few days :is tlie jjuost of her sister, Mrs. M Brown, William Mtrci'l, is Miss 1.. lYnk'i, of "The u'diimlt," Mu.liadtlla, Mr. and Mis. \V. J'oolc, Miscumblc Street, :u->'(;in[i;i ]ii(_M.l by Miss Jean Poole (Sydney.), returned homo during tin: week. Miss -Toole intends spend ing a short liolidav in the district be fore her return to Byduey. In town oil Tuesday for the cuttle sales were Mr. and Mrs. Val Shannon, of Chinchilla, formerly of Pembroke Station. Mrs. Derek Pitman and family, ol Alfred Street, left on the Western Mail on Monday night for Melbourne, whero they intend to spend an extended holi day. To meet his wife and family, Mr. A. J1. Howard, ' 'Eulorel,'' accompanied by Mrs. Jas. Ferrier, Surat, left on Tuesday morning for Walgett, N.S.W., where they intend spending a week be fore returning home. - Miss Iiovall Eieck took a party of -friends to "Inniscraig"—the . home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Fran cis—on Sunday last for a day's swimming, fishing a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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HEAVY WEEK-END HAIL STORM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

HEAVY WEEK -END HAIL STORM A storm . which broke over the Bed Hill, Mack's Gully and Mooga arer.s oil Saturday afternoon last yielded 60 points of raia, without hail, at Moopa. In 1 lie M.-irliV Oiill.v aixl Iti-d 17111 :u-c:is ln.':ivv luiil :iin! smiir ssiiwl su-ruin prnii,,! II,, r At Mr. K. H. Pcnvtt'h-t'ann severe ilauutge wnh il'ine. Tho erop on several iieics of ^rr:iju« vines \\;is mined. and corn and other crops were extensively d.'UHJIJJoO - A unlcr t:mi!•: ;■! tin- bouse was punc tured and several windows broken. The wind uprooted :< fip tree ami carried it mvr the IViivt on in Hie vnutl. At Mr. A. H. Hickson's orchard tl;e ycung fruit on acres of grape vines was ruined and some -of his citrus and other crops of fruit damaged. The hail at this spot was heavy enough to dent the gal vanised iron on the buildings* Another storm on 11m same after noon followed a course about eight miles south of l?uma and yielded falls from 5(1 to 1(1(1 points. Mi. <\ W....

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Show society wants ground changed COUNCIL TO APPROACH GOVERNMENT TO CHECK ON COST OF SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

Show society wants ground changed COUNCIL TO APPROACH GOVERNMENT TO CHECK ON COST OF SCHEME THE Western Queensland Pastoral and Agricultural Association has asked the Roma Town Council to apply MTthe State Govern ment for the resumption of Moscow Park as a showground. The Association wants the Government to take back the exist ing site in exchange for resuming the new ground for show pur poses. The Council has decided to write to the Lands Minister (Mr. Foley) to ascertain if the proposed transfer can be made without cost . to the Council. Bequest for the transfer was made at tlic Council meeting on Friday night by an association delegation Jed by tlio president (Mr. E. A. Thomas), who wits accompanied by Mr. A. T, Vet rutt and Air. J. I". M. Murphy. Mr. Tliomiis said tkat the present site was not up to the standard re quired for a town :iiid district iike. Boms. It was too small, both for ex hibitors and competitors, as well as'showmen, the western half was unuseable because of the...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

BANISH HJES AND MOSQUITOES By Using 8UPREEM MOSQUITO COILS, 1/ a large box. 8ILVEBMOTH will keep Clothes free of Silverfish and other Pests. PEICE: 6d. Per Packet. Procurable at— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box 81. BOMA. Phone 2 3 L1S8?fiOTor WEST" " —MUtfcAVEf S ARE BEST I son DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're ia ' Favour.'' Go'd Medaliiit B.N.A. 1881— Three lstB and Three 3rds. Certificates B.A.8.—1037 Melbourne 3rd Prize. Certificates B.A.S. 1937-88. MULLAVEY & SON. Charles St., Boms — Phase 287 .

Publication Title: Western Star
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INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

MSDE NEWS HTOEX . 2: Southern racing acceptances. , S. Fifty Tears Ago Today, Mew ~ ' ' ' ' *>:• _ port,' "J,t!cjataurr flli TOT , 5: Men's Sports, fioma-Brisbane Notes , 6: Petrol for graziers, Letters to •the* Editor. , 7,: Town advertising. , 8: Ooantry'iiOTra.

Publication Title: Western Star
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WATER RATIONING SUMMER POSSIBILITY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

" WATER RATIONING SUMMER POSSIBILITY Severe water rationing might be imposed in Roma, dazing the sum mer months unless present wastages Ere discontinued. The Town Council on Friday uiglit decided to take legal action against persons leaving unattended running loses, or taps, or.using- mechanical Sprinklers. Maximum penalties will bo sought in eases of wastage where water has been allowed to run on footpaths. Councillors were told by Aid. Craw ford at the meeting on Friday night that the hourly consumption rate dur i ing the hot spell was 20,000 gallons— "dangerously near" th0 peak outward pumping capacity of 23,000 gallons. Listing some consumption figures, ■ Aid, Crawford said the Railway De partment ttsed 474,000 gallons monthly. The Mayor (Aid. Koy) said that ap proximately 10,000 gallons a night was used apart from that used for baths and toilets.

Publication Title: Western Star
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