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HELP FOR LAND MEN URGED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

HELP FOR LAND MEN URGED The Government had consistent ly published its intention of spend ing large sums of money to help the man on the land, but had just as consistently failed to do so, the member for Dalby (Mr. Russell, CJ?.) told Parliament in die re cent debate on the Pepartment of Agriculture and Stock estimates. Dealing with Departmental activities in regard to sheep and wool, Mr. Bus sell said that according to the estim ates, the salaries to be paid this year in connection with sugar experiment stations and sugar research generally amounted to £ 24,064. In contrast with that, in the woo! industry we proposed to spend on salaries £7520. The benefit to the sugar industry derived from tliis expenditure in past years had been enormous. By reason of the wool industry's greater importance to tho State, it was deserving of considerably more atten tion. Tlie sugar industry yielded about £24,000,000 to the State, whereas ilie income from wool alone last year waB £2!>,UOO,OUO, to...

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

This 5-vulvc, dual-wave Philip;. K:idiopla?cr in an atlraclivc moulded plastic riibinet operates with the same liigl> eflicicney from cither alternating or direct current power supplies. Wherever there is a power point — provided tlie vollngc is between 200 and 260 — you simply plug in and^this radio plays. 4 AVAILABLE AT DEVIE FEENEY'S RADIO HOUSE REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. PU13LJC ADDRESS SPECIALISTS. McDowall Street, ROMA Phone 392. ) The Roll Call With The Clip And "Yti" is the answer by growers fat districts throughout the length and breadth of pastoral Queensland. ActionJ speak louder than words. Winchcombe, iCarson realise that • fact and give growers consistently efficient sendee. Tliat is why they are so popular as -selling brokers. Their capable, attentive work assures satisfaction for clients. Writ»— Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. (Incorporated in New South WaJea) , 99/101 Ens Street, Brisbane. Bvvachan E»tr*R 2 . Rodriamptoa, CharivriB* Miles, T«ua( <crf», GooadHrindL A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

One oi the proudest achievements oi the great A.W.A. Organisation Is tbo production oi tho 194fl range ©1 receivers which bean tho famous near.©—-RADIOLA. For, two decades A.W.A. has been the leader in every field of the Art and Science oi Radio—the i contain-head of radio development and progress. Choose RADIOLA • and proudly own Australia's finest broadcast receiver, ■fa Advanced Technical Features Engineered for Enduring Service if Unequalled for Quality and Value There's a RADIOLA Model lor EVEBY TOWN and COUNTRT MEED, inleuding j— ^ Personal PORTABLES * MANTLE Models # TABLE Models See the RADIOLA RANGE at QUEENSLAND DISTRIBUTORS! [HANDLERS PTY. LTD: BUTHVEN 8IHEET, TOOWOOMM alio at BRISBANE, WABWICK, BUHDABEBQ, ROCXHAMFTOIt MAOCAY, TOWlfBVOLB AND CAIBIW Winchcombe Carson Ltd. • 99 EAGLE ST., BRISBANE Branches eti bcnjrssch, Hughendsn, Chsrlevllle, Dslby, Coondlwindi, Emerald. Miles. Ters. St; Georte. HUB MOTORS - MOHR BROS. - PROPRIETORS AUTOMOTIVE AND GENERAL ENGINEERS, HAWTH...

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ARREARS OF RATES NOW TOTAL £693 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ARREARS OF RAT£S NOW TOTAL £693 Total arrears of rates in Boma at the present time was £693/3/2, the chairman of the finance com mittee (Aid. W. D. Wright) told the Boma Town Oonndl on Friday night. Aid. Wriglil said that arroarB at June 3(1 totalled £385/10/2, of which £2X0/2/1! was still unpaid. With the issue of the current rates, ho trover, a further amount of £488/1/ was out standing. Final notices for arrears had been issued by the Town Clerk on November 10. The council passed for payment ac counts totalling £2537/2/8, including half-yearly payment of £1089/18/8 for Treasury interest and redemption, and £411/14/1 tot wages.

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ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association's Secretary MRS. OLIVE KIMLIN) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association's, Secretary MRS. OLIVE KTWT.TW) BRISBANE, Thursday.—The social afternoon arranged by the Bom& Brisbane Association for last Thurs day was a wonderful success. Al. though It turned out a very hot day, it did not affect attendance In any .way* A very enjoyable programme was gutn. by the following: Soloists, Mes dumcs T. Kelso and F. W. Kimlin, MiBBCs Betty Whatnall and Glenda Kimlin; electric steel guitar items by Mrs. Smitli; and Irish Jig and straight reel by Miss Bonnie Smith. A feature of the afternoon was the cutting of the Christmas cake by Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Tempest. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. C. Coutts, iiev. and Mrs. Tempest, Mr. and Mrs. B. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Phillips, MeBdamcs L. Asliwoith, M. A. Took, V. Bishop, M. Uawes, B. Con roy, A. Gregory, A. E. Cleeland, F. J. Ladner, Baartz, A. H. Crawford, H. E. Bean, A. J. Bice, M. Seitz, E,. Clelland; 1. Armstrong, I. C.. Ward, D. Sivyer, E. C. Welch, Kiea...

Publication Title: Western Star
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ROMA-IPSWICH INTEREST IN LOCAL WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ROMA-IPSWICH INTEREST IN LOCAL WEDDING Tlic Church of CMirifit Cliapel, ■ Roma, :was the scene of the wed ding last Monday, of Miss Muriel Joyce, Dorsett, younger daughter . of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Dorsett, of Boma, to Mervyn Stanley Russell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Bussell, of XpBwich. The bride, who was given away by licr father, wore a beautifully cut long sleeved white cloyue gown, with a close fitting bodice, buttoned down the back, and- featuring a small Peter Pan collar, aud line silk net yoke Dp pliqued with flowers and leaves. The full skirl was fashioned with a long train, ller ful length embroider ed veil was mouuted with orange blos soms. She carried a bouquet of No vember lilies aud fern, and wore lier grandmothers' pendant. The bride was attended by Alias Enid Johnstone, ulio was froeked in a full Jenglh turjuiosc uinoii marquisette gotvn. The unusual pleated bodice but toned down the back, and was finished with two tiny bows at the squaro neekline. The flared ski...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

JOHN HENRY AROUSHS NATION WIDE DISCUSSION in a sorii's o/ dramatic pliiys and "nmmrnlnrii's on current ftflair* imil pmbinms. FkiABLESS I Q&TSPQREN! UB GENTL Y KtfPQBTMNT? Listen to STATiO/4 4ZR every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 8.45 p.m. AuihorisrtJ hy D. fti. Cinhuul. 30 Aih ftrttl, Sydney EASY MONEY... A fuN hand and cm empty pocket. Are yoa always looking for easy money? Am you depending on a lucky gamble to provide you with the conrforb and the luxuriei of fife? if you are, the oddi am al against yoo. Be practical. Plan ahead. Think of all the thing* yoeneed to moke you happy and contented and start Mnrhgfor them mm. JttHAI fym In your dii^ict there it a Branch or Agency of the COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

ll may seem j like any other day. with nothing unuMia: in the-offmg. Just tlic same there is something special you should do to day . . . something you've been meaning to do for a long time, perhaps . sni^ethin^ you know will help to make your "Tomorrows" more prosperous. Make today a very special day — the dny you start in earnest ro sav« for se curity—to get better than bank interest on your savings. Today, take your savings and make an advance sub scription to the next Com monwealth Loan. Today, start this 5-Point Savings Plan, and buy Savings Cer tificates with your regular savings from income. .... » S-'Point Savings Plan Secures Your Future I. Buy only what you llv lied. Spend wisely ■ er lull value. Save all 2. Pay the fix^d i ^RSShT«N1941 , 7.year War Savings Ce^ mature this year. Do ?'nue to increase in taterest tfcan bank oi jo more than regular priccs. 3. Don't waste money, on bl.iekmarket goods 4. Pay your way. Settle your debrs Ruy for cash. 5. Invest your savings, at b...

Publication Title: Western Star
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GOOD ATTENDANCE AT WEEK-END BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

GOOD ATTENDANCE AT WEEK-END BOWLS lliere was a good attendance at the rinks both on Saturday and Sunday, members enjoying excel lent conditions. Host of them appeared to bo l'lexing their muscles in reudiiiees for tiio opening of the night bowling season on Wednesday, a report of which is contained in the earlier pagos of thin issue. Week-end scores were:— Saturday:—U Grade Singles—Fowlei 31 v. H. Wedderkopp 22. KinksHoldway, Bauers, Cooke, Suuthcombc 3.6 v. E. Crawford, Koth woll, Banibrick, Johnston 20; Ferrier, Byrne, Klnas, Braithwaite 30 v. Petti ford, E. Beid, Wright, Stein 24. Sunday:—]i Grade Singles—Aslmey 31 v. H. Hcid 30. . Kinks:—Stein, Mclnty re, Klaas, Slingsby 29 v. Murphy, Byrne, Cooke, Ifogcncamp 16; Varcin, Bauers, Shaw, l'erry 32 v. O'Neill, Ferrier, Wright, Duggan 13; Corran, Bothwell, Braith waite 31 v. Holdway, Southcombe, E. Beid 28.

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CENTAUR APPEAL DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

CENTAUR APPEAL DONATIONS (Continued, from Page One) Donations include: Mise 11. Johnson £12/16/; Jj. 8. Harden £10; '1'honuus Family (State Farm), D. Grieve, each £5/5/; Lea Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. J. jfcuipatrioi, each £6; P. JS. Oorle, J. S. Murphy, B. N. Sheridan, A Dig ger, each £2/2/; JS. J. Bichai-dsou, B. H. Ferry, each £2; K~ Pettrn, £1/2/; Geo. Edwards, Misa E. Mayne, B. Dug &an, Mr. A. Koy, Aid. Frank Mullavey, Miss Hope (Spencer, Alan Weir, Fowles & Spencer, Mr. Dungan, Mr. Archi bald, W. J. McGormack, Chris Stein, W. Ashney, Doug Braithwaite, Boy Be id, A, Caris, Mr. and Mrs. Bur bidge, Holley & Hair, Mr. and Mrs. D. Pitman, Mr. uud Mrs. Boy Hurt, Mrs. B. C. BunaeU, Mr. and Mrs. Coverdale, Mr. W. H. G. Whitty, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor, K. Harms (Mt. Abundance), each £1/1/; Mrs. Bad gery, George Greenacre, J. J. Grigson, Mary Grigson, Miss Volma HarmB, Miss D. Spencer, Mrs. P. H. Flynn, Heckol & Jeekel, Judith' and Delmaine Mc Grath, atoh 10/6...

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MEN'S SPORTS MAC'S GULLY FAILS AGAINST SUBURBS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

MEN'S SPORTS MAC'S GULLY FAILS AGAINST SUBURBS Despite first use of the -wicket, Mac's Gully failed on Sunday against a Suburbs' attack tliat was always on the spot but never par ticularly hostile. Dismissed for KG ruus, they l'iiiiejinil U3 runs behind Suburbs' first innings me ore of 159. Sheet uuchur for Hue's Gully was; opouei- Graham Jjroivu, batting with ;m injured hand, who stayed in for 2 hours 50 minutes, to compile 27 ruut*, including 14 singles. Playiug out time, they were liino wickets down for 80, with only four batsmen iu double figures. Cunningham on Job Cunningham, after taking three Mac's Gully wickets l'or 18, made a very nice 50. lie finished by giving his wicket away going for a big hit. To date Cunningham has had four innings (1 not out) for 196 runs, to average 65. II. Way, who was in partnership with Cunningham for SI runs, also batted' extremely well. Way is a batBman who' is very hard to bowl, "and anything I on the log side be plays with great confidence. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

A NEW SET OF TEETH i j < with ; NATURAL PINK GUMS ; on ; Plastic Plates ! Repairs Same Day ; ROY REID, LD.Q. Dentist ; Arthur St. i THE WONDERFUL HOUSE WE LIVE IN. AND OUR PLACE IN THE WORLD ...The Story of Life PART SEAWEED,one of the first living things In the long, long ago, there were no trees or flowers, but there were plants like seaweed; also, simple plants of a very humble kind that were close relatives of the mushroom and toadstool of to-day. Seaweed is, therefore, generally con sidered to be 011c of tli? firs:, iLriiot the first, of all plants. To-day, there are twelve thous and varieties that arc known under the common name ''Algae." Many of them most useful; some being edible, others giving us iodine and bromine. Later, many years afterwards, plant life tool: the form of g>ant ferns. In time, flowering plants appeared. These were cleverer thai) tile older kind and fitter to live in the world that they found around them. Just as .inimnls wit!) backbones are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

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BREAKDOWNS INTERFERING WITH BUNGIL SHIRE ROAD JOBS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

BREAKDOWNS INTERFERING WITH BUNGIL SHIRE ROAD JOBS A series of mechanical breakdowns with the heavy plant had greatly affected the progress of the work ■ by the various gangs and put the work far behind the schedule originally planned to be car ried out, the Overseer (Mr. Hancock) reported to the Bungil Shire Council's monthly meeting last week. The No. 1 gang had completed the work on the Ashmount and Roma-Mitchell road into Muckadilla, and the gravelling of the Mucka dilla streets have also been completed. This gang hud started ou the bal ance of the Mirraboolsa road, but mechanical trouble bus been ex]>eri ! eiiced with both the D4 Dozer and the I Malcolm Moore Gruder. Theac breakdowns had affected the jn'ogross of work on this load and now tlie gang would uot finish in this area in the thiie which was originally antici pated. H«wvvwf all plant was again in v.oikjiijr order, and it would lake aj> liroxininlrl.v two wcrhs to complete the iit'tosary work i" that area. Cle...

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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

For Women Only This week's Women's Corner continues with tips designed to make your Bummer ironing easier. Iron damped articles till qnite diy, or they will have a blistered appear ance, doing the small parts first, so that the larger parts will not be crushed. Iron trimmings before plain parts, and around fastenings, not over them. Iron doable parts on both sides to dry them, and make theui set well. Iron right side first.- Patent fasteners and buttons should be placed on a soft pad while the matoriul is being ironed on-tlio wrong side. Stretch the seams on new garments before ironing them, as the thread sometimes shrinks. Iron lace and embroidery on the wrong side to show up pattern. A folded bath towel under the iron ing sheet is ideal. If a part becomes creased, rub crease with a dam 11 clotli and iron again. If you scorch a garment dampen it and put it in the sun. The plain parts of underwear may be ironed double, and men's shirts arc easier to iron if slipped over an iron ing ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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IDEAL CONDITIONS AT NURSES CENTAUR BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

IDEAL C0NDII10NS AT NURSES CENTAUR BALL More than 200 dancers enjoyed ideal conditions at the Soma Nurses Centaur Memorial Ball, held in the Hibernian Hall last Friday night. A succession of balls, combined with the Mitchell race meeting and the Mit chell Returned Soldiers' Knee Ball, de tracted from the attendance, but the fond nevertheless will benefit hand somely from the night. The hall- was well decorated, and a particularly tasty outdoor supper was served by the ladies' committee under the direction of Mrs. W. Ashney. Dancers, and what tlioy wflle, in cluded :— Mies Val Walsh, white checked or gandie with tight fitting bodice and full skirt; Miss Pliyl Hudson, new length pale pink crope, pink lace yoke finished with black bovr; Mrs. J. P. Clancy, dove grey chenille georgette with moss crepe skirt gathered foil on hips; Miss Pat Clune, full back taffeta skirt with gold top featuring a shaped peplin edged with black; Miss Dolores Pettiford, pale green lace over taffeta with full...

Publication Title: Western Star
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OLD AGE PENSIONERS WELL ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

"OLD AGE PENSIONERS WELL ENTERTAINED A. soolal evening arranged by Means. Sullivan and Barat for old age pensioners was held in the Soldiers' Hall on Saturday, Novem ber 80. The evening was a vory enjoyable one, due to the assistance given by Mr. Southcombe as compere, and the fol lowing artists who rendered items: Miss Ruth Thomas (recitation); Miss Dawn Pitman (solo); Mrs. N. Harland (solo); Mr. Dungan (recitation); Mrs. Legg (solo); Mr. Sonthcombe (humor ous items); Mrs. Noblett (solo); Mr. Haddock (saxophone solos); Miss Marie Borat (solo); Miss Merle Smith (solo); Mr. Penman (instrumental items); Miss Joyce Broughton (solo); Mr. Sullivan (solo); Miss Linda Lynch (solo); Mrs. G, Richardson (vnp.nl item); Mr. H. Mi'Ewftn (vocal item); Mr. flregg (solo); Sjieedo McDonald (vocal items). At thL. conclusion of t lie programme Mr. Barat thanked tho artists, alter which supper was served iind a dance followed. Mrs. Am}' Richardson played :i big part in the snseen of the evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

MEW YEAR SCHOOL CAMP PLANNED A School camp 'will be held at the Tallebudgera Greek near Bur leigh for the primary school child ren (11 years old and over) of the Rama-Chinchilla area from Febru ary 18 to March i next year. Headmasters have been requested by the Public Instruction Department to bring notice of the camp before their pupils.and call for applications. No definite quota for Boma has yet been determined. On the journey, the children will be under the care of two class teachers, who will also teach the children while in camp. Two members of the Phy sical Education Staff will look after the physical, recreational and social life of the campers. A qualified nurse will also be in constant attendance. Railway fare, accommodation and insula are provided by the department, but. to help defray these expenses, each child must contribute as well as sufficient pocket money (maximum 30/) to cover cost of meals on the journey and incidental expenses. HONEST "1NJUNE!" Publication «£ tl...

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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

fifty years ago today ljiggest news in Roma's sporting circles 50 years ago to-day.was the defeat of the Waldegrave Cricket Club by a Muckadilla team. In its issue of November 26, 1898 Tlic Western Star gave a br!l by ball description af play, wliicli re sulted in a first innings win of i runs ior the visitors. Kaiii, how ever, had interrupted Rcma's scc end iniiiJigs, witli five d-jwn for nine. Top scorer for Roma was K. Spencer, with 30, and H. Barton, with 129, for Muckadilla. Meanwhile, Hi.- rest of flu- world was doin^' Iuikmh-sn :is usu;il. I'our liionsan.l a.Mit ionrtl V'aiikcc | roups hud been himl.'.l in Manila for operations in tin: rhilippiues, ami possibilities of an Aiijjlu-l-'reui-li war were uow l'e garde.l as "remote.'' A billiard table had been . in stalled in the State Parliament, and, a political correspondent gloomed, was getting a better at tendance than the Assembly itBelf. Dalby was drought stricken, Too woornba hud had another hailstorm, and the new Koertz wo...

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CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 26 November 1948

CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS Mixoil 100 metres: N. Jiau)>t (1U) 1, K. Haupt (0) 2. jr. Grigson (go) 3. Time, SI 4.ij Hec.s. Men's 6(i 2-3 metres: First heat, B. Blacker (3) 1, P. Arthur (go) 'J, 11. Anderson (2) 3; time, 48 1-5 sees. Sec ond lient. J. Aflhney (9) 1, T. Brazil (7) 2, K. Miscamble (go) 3; time, 53 sees. LadicB' 60 2-3 metres: C. Kenny (go) J, H. Stewart (5) 2, C. Ashnev (5) 3. Time, 58 2-5 sees. Junior Hoys' 00 2-3 meti-es: M. Part ridge (1) 1, D. Rooker (3) 2, P. Part ridge (4) 3. Time, 57 sees. Sab-Junior Boys' CO 2-3 metres: K. Pryor (go) 1, J. Walsh (go) 2, N. Grant (4) 3 Time, 58 sees. , Junior Girls* OG 2-3 metres: A. Knit ter (5) 1, B. McLennan (6) 2, M. Schneider (5) 3. Time, 01 3-5 Bees,. Midget Boys' JO 2-3 metres: First heat, C. Williams (5) J, I. Whitehead (J) 2, G. Whitehead (go) 3; time, 17 4-5 sees. Second heat, B. Nugent (2) 1, D. Pettiford (go) 2, Brian Moore (3) 3: time, 18 2-5 seca. Midget Girla' 16 2-3 metres: First heat. L. Knitter (4) 1, N. Mullavey ...

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