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ADVICE TO THE FOOTWORN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
ADVICE TO THE FOOTWORN Far too many women of 45 look 60 from the rear simply because they have allowed their feet to age before their time, according to a Queensland Health Education Bulletin. The bulletin lists these few pimple rales which you most keep if yon value your feet. One of the first essentials in foot care, it says, is strict cleanliness. After washing, dry the feet thorough ly with a rough towel, especially be tween the toeB. A light dusting with | a good powder should follow. Toenails should be neatly trimmed, cut straight across and short. Above all, your shoes must fit. They must be long enough, there must be ample space between the end of your ; toes and llie eud of your shoes when you uro standing, und the toes absolute ly must bo allowed to lie as nature intended—straight uhend.
Red Cross Notes [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
Red Cross Notes A meeting of the Boma branch of the Bed Gross Society was held In the Bed. Cross Boom on Tuesday, November SO. This was the last meeting for the year. The Bed Cross Shop will close for recess from December 17 till I March 4, 1949. * - Friends of *£ed Cross are retbinded that a stall will be held next Friday. All donations of goods vrill be grate fully received.
THREE TOWN WATER SCHEME PLAN BY BENDEMERE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
THREE TOWN WATER SCHEME PLAN BY BENDEMERE COUNCIL The Bendemere Shire Oouncfl has instructed Its Engineer (Mr. W. J. Beinhold) to draw up plans and specifications for water re ticulation schemes for Wallambilla and Jackson. Dealing with the matter at 'its last general meeting it also decided that an application should be made to the Department of Irrigation for the sink ing of a lioie in Yuleba to provide a water supply for thc town. Those present at thc mce'ting were the Chairman, Crs. Leahy, Cox, Siuua nion, Smth. Weill aiid Limpus, and the Shire Clerk. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed and financial state ment and vouchers as presented by the clerk were passed. Foreman's report The Foremans' report was received and it was decided that although money allocated to No. 1 Division had been spent, work was to continue in the division until certain urgent work was completed. The council discussed the work of the newly appointed Herdsman, and it was decided to limit the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
consi6n mm 10 us! Our combined resources provide unlimited selling experience for the disposal of WOOL ... SHEEP ... CATTLE PIGS . . . LAMBS . . . CALVES HIDES .. SHEEPSKINS .. TALLOW MARSUPIAL SKINS and ALL OTHER PRODUCE GOLDSBROUGH MOOT & Co. Ltd (Incorporated In Victoria) ffHE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE With which is Associated FENWICK & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE PlAY SAF£/ Why take a chance on delays when you get out into the field next season? Now's the time to overhaul your tractor and other farm equipment. If your name isn't on our advance service schedule, please see us soon or call up for a date. Then you won't run the risk on getting caught in the last minute rush. IU McCORMICK - OEERING MACHINES IYI PARTS AND SERVICE DISTRICT AGENT— V. P. scon. M'DOWALL STREET ROMA (Consign to Nenvtead) 4MBSUPMI Skxrte/s.' For' highest prices and prompt,returns consign your skins to ew7/ealandI qan^ lf > I ^ 1 R MERCANTILE AGENCY C°LTD ~l jiumpendr* /...
WOOL AND COMPETING FIBRES CROSSBREDS REPORTED TO BE IMPROVING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
WOOL AND COMPETING FIBRES CROSSBREDS REPORTED TO BE IMPROVING A Winchcombe, Carton Ltd. wool report says that on previ ous occasions since 1920, when wool prices reached high levels, the supposed menace of synthetic fibres was often cited as the likely cause of a recession in values. It has not come to light to any degree during the past and this season, however, the report says. In the United States manufactur ers of rayon goods have produced light weight summer men's suit ings tor sale as'American spring lines at lower prices than materials made from tibe sheep's staple. Wor sted millmen, however, have taken action to compete for trade by in troducing new design and colour effccts. In Germany, however, :iiti fib res :uc htill fairly extensively. useil in licit country, only because iiiKuflicient wool 1i;in been available, but German niillmen are anxious to utilise more wool. The recovering movement medium to fine crossbred wools and tops lias continued. Average ."Ifi's fine «;rOBs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
Wool Prices Up" A "Wjiielirombe, C:irson message saya lJi.il (lie finn Hold fi2i)0 bales of wool ni Ilieir Sydney anetion on Tuesday. Values at times showed furMier up ward trend with good competition from Yorkshire, the Continent, Hussia and ,Amoriea. Ewea Bold to 1313&.
PROPERTIES CHANGE HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
PROPERTIES CHANGE HANDS Eecent property sales include that of Mr. Jack Auohter, who has sold his Hope Farm property on the Northern Bead to Mr. W. J. Hartley. He in tends to buy a grazing property at Ainby known as Hunting Farm from Mr. F. Baonach. Mr. B. A. Johnson, of Vironj By mount, has also sold hie grazing pro perty to Mr. J. Montgomery, of Tar angie (N.S.W.) The sale of the property, Tvhich is a 5000-acre selection seven imles from Gunnewin, was made by McDonald and Co., in conjunction with G. Armstrong, Surat.
ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary, MRS. OLIVE KIMLIN) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
ROMA-BRISBANE ASSOCIATION (From the Association Secretary, MBS. OLIVE KTMTiPQ BRISBANE, Thursday.—The final meeting for the year of the fioma Brisbaue Association was held last Thursday sight, with an attendance of 49 and apologies from 10. - We were pleased to have as visitors Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Bertolotti, from Boma. As previously reported oar associa tion is willing to donate £20 towards holidays for needy children of Soma and district under the Bush Children's Health Scheme. However, the Boma secretary of the association advised that she would notify the names of any children who come within the holiday conditions laid down by the schemo and are pre pared to take a holiday. At present it appeals tbat no children have availed themselves of this great opportunity. On contacting the head body of the Bush Children's Health Scheme, they advised that two children had been selected from Wallumbilla and one irom Xnjune for a holiday in January. If no applications are received from Boma ...
CLUB SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
CLUB SWIMMING Mixed 100 metres: M. Cherry (go) 1, P. Bodson (7) 2, K. Hau[.t (1) 3. Time, 76 2-6 sees Men's 66 2-3 metres: B. Anderson. (2) 1, P. Arthur (2) 2, J. Power (go) 3. Time, 50 1-5 sees. Ladies' 66 2-3 metres: B. Hadwen (1) 1, H. Stewart (3) 2, C. Ashney (2) 3. Time, 57 3-5 sees. Junior Girls' 66 2-3 metres: M. Bus sell (go) 1, M. Schneider (7) 2, A. Knitter (9) 3. Time, 63 4-5 sees. Junior Boys' 66 2-3 metres: First heat, P. Partridge (S) 1, 0.. Vickery (4) 2, M. Partridge (4) 3; time, 58 1-5 sees. Second heat, D. Booker (3) 1, B. Pryor (8) 2, B. Phillips (go) 3; time, 57 2-5 sees. Sub-Junior Boys' 66 2-3 metres: K.. Pryor (4) lj N. Grant (3) 2, P. Stew art (go) 3. Time, 62 8-5 seos. Men's 33 1-3- metreB:. First heat, J. Power (go) 1, M. Cherry (3j 2, P.. Saunders (4) 3; time, 23 sees. Second heat, C. Wilson (go) 1, N. Crawford (go )2, B. Weir (2) 3; time, 22 1-5 secB. Third heat, L. McManus (3) 1, S. Bussell (go) 2, It. Kimlin (8) 3j time, 24 4*5 sees, i'ourtli heat, G. B...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 3 December 1948
THANKS Mli. & MRS. li. L. LATE110KE wish to tli.idk 1)1', Dodson, Matron and Nursing hjtiilf of tlic Bouia District Hospital for tlicir kind attention to their infant sou during their recent sad licrouvomeut. I'lease accept this as our personal thanks. ATTIC wish to thank all kind relatives niid friends who sent messages of sympathy or otherwise sympathised with us in our recent sad bereavement, j MB. & MBS. B, L. LA'J'EMORE. T wish lo sincerely thank Dr. Feather, Matron Coles, and complete Staff of the Roma District Hospital for the kind attention, comfort nnd sympathy extended to us both, during my dear wife's rerent fatal illness. (Signed) COLIN BABWICK. QN behalf of my boys and myself X wish to thank all those kind friends who seDt messages of sympathy and comfort; also floral tributes in our rerent sad bereavoment. Plotise accept this as our personal thanks. (Signed) COLIN BABWICK. ITU. & WHS. LES. LATEMOltE and Family desire to thank Dr. Dud son, Matron...
Ambulance Christmas Tree [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
Ambulance Christmas Tree Tile Ambnlance have secured the use of Mr. W. Anderson's piece of land between Saunders' Chemist Shop ?nd French's Shop, iti Mc Dowall Street, to conduct their J week of Christmas Cnrn'vnl. Their limn wliod will lw in operation I wlioiy vmi i'.iii will :i liiim, f»wls Or Christmas liniiipprs of plum pnddingE, Clirixtmas cjilics, fruil :nnl various &lt; 'lii-isiiijjiH For llii' riMcrlfiininpnt of Uir child i-i'H tlien' will lio (id. :m(l 1/ dipB, and :i sporinl will lw VjiIImt f|irinl i»:»p, wlin will hr in nitpndnncr for wliole week in give the nrticlrn from off fho OhriRtmRB tree.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
COUNTRY GIRL FURTHERS CftftEER AS EtfQDEL DRESSMAKER A TRUE STORY A country gill took a big 6tcp towards the realisation of her ambition when *be started work recently with a high-class city dressmaking establishment. Refusing to be daunted by the restrictions of the isolated locality in which she lived, she commenced a correspondence coursc in the hope of becoming a mode] dressmaker. After two years, however, it became clear that her further progress would depend on practical experience. Accordingly* she wrote to the Special Females Employment Office of the Com monwealth Employment Service in the capital city of her Slate, and asked for advice and assistance* The Office first Bccurcd the interest of a firm of model dressmakers, and then arranged for samples of the girl's work to be forwarded for inspection. The samples Bhowed great promise, and, with the approval of the girl's parents, a position with the firm was arranged. The firm is well pleased with the young lady and was able ...
C.W.A. HOSTEL PARTY RAFFLE RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
C.W.A. HOSTEL PARTY RAFFLE RESULTS The Soma branch of the C.W.A. gave a BnccesBful and happy hOBtel breaking-Hp party on Saturday afternoon, followed by an 8-11 dance for the boys and girls, or ganised by the Matron (Mre. Dan lop). The thanks of the committee are due to all who worked so hard to make it & 8UCC6BB. The C.W.A. raffle in aid of the building fund wan won by Ticket No. J 8558, held by *T. Cherry, of Roma. I Prize was an inlaid silky oak tray given by Mrs. N. Tyler, of Redcliffe, 1 to Mrs. ftunlop, xvhn added six glass tumblers. (In Inst week's issue it was Hinted that Or. Parr :it 4hr S \V. Loeal Authorities Conference had not ro reived pnhnidy from tlm Guvorn inonf for the building of the Roma C.W.A. Hostel. This should hnvo road Tmnbo C.W.A, Hostel.—13d.")
MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
MOONEE VALLEY APPEAL HURDLE, 2M. (1.30). — Beynard 10.9, High Flight 9.7, Bed Bambler 9.5, Cai'lislS* 9.;:, -Burniciu. 9.0 Dick's Folly 9.0, A1 Ursula 9.0, Talaria 0.0. YOUTHFUL STAKES (FiJlies), 5F. (2.5).—Biver's Mark 8.12, Bold Girl 8.S, Breoza 8.5, Charka 8.5, Circe 8.5 Cup Shades 8.5, Deceptive Imago 8.5 £1 Sari 8.5, Gay Cloak 8.5, Jupileo Lass 8.5, Lady Madauii 8.5, Pageanna 8.5, Springtime 8.5, Stcph 8.5, Sua Cliick 8.5, Vels 8.5. JUVENILE STAKES (C. and G.), 5F (2.40). —Begal Scout9.1, Birthday Greetings 8.5, Boghusi 8.5, Bon Ali 8.5 Disagree 8.5, Eclair 8.5, IVench Scout 8.5, Gallant Felt 8.5, Golden Field 8.5 Mr. Pym 8.5, My Saint 8.5, Nature's Wonder 8.5, Prince Albion 8.5, Bigo letto 8.5, Tudor Eight 8.5, Valdt 8.5. FUND HANDICAP, 13F. (3.15). — Panmure 8.7, William Tell 8.6, Beat Guy 8.2, Colin's Pride 8.0, Dean Devon 8.0, Few Words 8.0, Miss Prim 8.0 Traddles 7.7, War Drum 7.7, Dream Bocks 7.5, iilgaro 7.5, Home Defence 7.5, Maelstrom 7.5. BENEFIT HANDICAP, 10F. (3.50)...
INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
INJUNE NOTES In rccent weeks there have been three visits from the Rex Pictures, thus providing tlic Injwe public with its first pictures for r. num ber of yerrs. The large attendance of young and old gives an indication of just Jiow en tertainment hungry 1 lie community is. and for the present, being able to en joy a good picture, well screened, is definitely news. It will also be welcome news for the public to know that, the proprietor. Mr. Giles, hopes to continue 1 lie visits as will be announced on the air from time to time. On Sunday jiigbl the two pictures, "A Hush Christ mas'5 nnd "I'm Your SweeHiearr' drew a crowd that wr>u)&lt;3 have more than taxed the capacity of the hull. Fortunately open air screen ing was being given a trial, and after some improvising ail were a&lt;eom j inodaied. | None seemed to be deferred from standing by the storm hazards, though a few drops caused the suspension of screening for :v few minutes. Children congratulated It is a ...
DOOMBEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
DOOMBEN TWO-YEAE-OLD H'CP, 5J'., l'iiht Division (1.10)'Whell'ord U.2, Lady Gem 8.0, High Promotion 7. j;i, Jlellur ium 7.12, 8t. Coiiroy 7.3", iSniioni lioM 7.10, Civic Star 7.JO, Hauliora 7.JU, Bramble Bay 7.0, Flying iMiss 7.8. Tin: Hottentot 7.8, Oay Fashion 7.", Scrib ble 7.G. TWO-YEAE-OLD H'CP, 5F-, Second Division (1.40).—Billy Buster b.2, Mauryet 8.0, Lorna liay 7.13, Induce 7.12, Big Hope 7.10, Buzz Agniii 7.11) Constant Prince 7.10, yeyunda 7.10, Bobambi 7.8, Golden Egg 7.8, Brown Skirt 7.7, Look Again.7.7, Simple City 7.7. NOVICE HANDICAP, 1M., FJjst Division (2.10).—Ace of Diamonds 8.9 Pandosto 8.8, Siliuyra S.Ii. Gold Sound 8.2, Priucc Cliarleroi 8.0, Silent \ alley 7.11, Periot 7.10, Royal Tor 7.7, Black Monarch 7.2, Plovlicnj 7.2, Arubial King 7.0, Delta Queen 7.0, Gay Con stance 7.0, Mandillu. 7.0, Monasli Hero 7.0, Proud Denis 7.0. ENOOTJBAGE HANDICAP, 7F. less 93Y., First Division (2.40).—Tirailleur 9.3, Marclimontl 8.11, Fairwcll 8.9, Wattle Boy 8.8, Lo Zonga 8.4,...
RAM SALE DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
RAM SALE DETAILS (Continued from Page One) Tie ram sales resulted, aa fol. lows:— Dalgety & Co. Ltd.: The Womals Stud, Muckadilla, Qld.: 5 flock rams, 8 gas., 5 at 10 "gns. Victoria , Downs, Morvcn, Qld.: 5 nt 12 gns., 5 :it 0 gns. Gwynvillc, lioniii, Qld.: .Ojal "> gns. L'raigieleu, Muckadilla, Qld.: 5 at 0 gns., 5 nt 3 gns. Minnie Downs, Tamfoo Qld.: 3 at 10 gns.. 13 at 1- gus., 5 at 10 gns. Mcnyauboue, Warion, JJ.H.W.: 5 at 8 gns, 20 at 7 gns., 2u at 7 gUb'. Unrdry, Hay, N.S.W.: 1 stud ram, 40 gns., 1 at 19 gns. New Zealand Loan: — 'Gwynvillc, Boniii: 6 flock rams, 5 gns. Ciaigiclea Stud, Muckadilla: 5 at &lt;5 gns.. 5 at 0 gns. Queensland Primary Producers' Oa op. Association Ltd.:—The Womals, Muckadilla, Qld.: 5 flock raws 8 n"«-> 6 at :7 gns. Kaluga Stud, Nynden, N.S.W.: 5 selected flock rams 10 gnBv S at 10 gns., 0 at 10 gnB., 5 at 9 gns., 5 at 9 gns. Craigiclen Stud, Mucka dilla, Qld.: 5 selected flock rams 5 gns., 5 at 4 gus. Australian Estates Co. Ltd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
FRED PEPPIN (Bog. Q.T.C. and T&ttersall'e Club). (Successor to Hiirrv Hnnfl) OPEEATINQ ON I VZLLCBBB STAKES & STJMMEE OOP j (Bun at Bandwick December 18 and Decembor 27) ABB YOU ON MY MA1LTNG LI8TT If not. Write: Box 1943W, G.P.O. Briih&ne. Phone: Office B.4788.
LAUGHTER AT FANCY DRESS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948
LAUGHTER AT FANCY DRESS BALL Laughter preawninaied at the adult Plain ""rt Fancy Dress Bali held last'Friday night by tne Ox ford Tennis Club. This boll was one o£ tlie many en joyed by all who were prosent, and the adults who took part in the fancy dress parade are to be congratulated on their performance. The judges, Mesdames Sodson, Saun ders and Johnson are to be tjianked and congratulated by the members of the Oxford Tennis Club on their judg ing, made difficult, us all tUe fancy costumes were very good. The hall was decorated with balloons while the stage was decorated with the club colours, blue and gold. The following prizes were awarded:— Best Set: Dutch, MeBdames, Way, Boldery, Pryor and Miss Way, Messrs. Miscamble, Boldery, Pryor and Way. Beet Fair: MUs V. Hobsou and Mr. B. Badgery, Mexican Lady and Gent. Individual Lady: Salome, Miss C. Wiildron, Individual Gent: Islander, Stan Nuss. Most Humorous: Eirafiro, .T. Glazier and B. Burton and Jockey It. Hoffmun. Most Original...