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Acceptances 3 States ROSEHILL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

Acceptances 3 States ROSEHILL TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP (Fil lies), 4jl'\ (12.00.—JiliumIja 9.0, Char U'Oukc 8.12, Tivoli .Siai 8.12, Dona •Maicliuta b.4, Tiuu(juil Beauty 8.0, Salina S.U New Look S.U, Sweet Haven 8.0, Starlet S.U, I'riinrosu 8.0, Am bitious 8.0, AJiuu glutei' 7.13, Madmii JJuvucli 7.13, Lover's ChaBO 7.12, Budin 7.1J, So ilu[i|)y 7,11, Triestiua 7.11. Dux 7.11, Devonia 7.8. TWO-YEAB-OID H'CP (Cults), JjF. (1.20),—Field Boy y.3, Luvalla 8.3, Humming Top 8.2, Delineate 8.2, Legal Wig 8.2, Silver Jux 8.2, Zetland s.2, Fran John 8.2, Gallant Iiub 8.2, St. Volleo 8.2, Lord Burleigh 8.2, Beau Caste 8.0, Dizzy 7.13, Pullson 7.13, Shakespeare 7.13, Mintun Mar 7.12, Title 7.12, Tricolour 7.12, Satuuus 7.11 Wybong 7.11, King Nieolo 7.10, I'ot Hooks 7.V, Sayaji 7 ,i>, iulurniul 7 .7. FIRST PAKRAMATTA MIXED, 71'. (1.55).—Koepros 9.0, Mamie Hoy U.O Caburet 8.7, Torri 8.7, Chronicle 8.7. Prince Brueghel 8.7, l'riueeiss Ouravci 8.0, Whistling Wind S.0, Matinee 8.0 Drastic 8.0, Pri...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SERIES OF LUCKY ACCIDENT ESCAPES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

SERIES OF LUCKY ACCIDENT ESCAPES A series of lucky escapes were reported by Ambulance men in town and district accidents during 'the week. Leslie Denton ,of Sural Koad, suf fered a coutused wouud to tliu left eye, abrasions to the loft aide of the facc and concussiun when he missed the Buugil Bridge and went over the bank on his bicycle on (Saturday night. He remained ill the crock bed in u. dazed state until he was found by friends, who went looking for him, after lunch on Buuday. He received Ambulance treatment and wag admitted to the lIoin.'L Hospital. Another narrow escape was reported when a car in which Constable and Mrs. Stewart wore travelling to Black all along the Cohdamino Highway over turned on' Tuesday night. -.■Mpmi yty?'" cor, Mrs.' Stewart was brought back to. the Hoina Ambulance, where she received treatment to her neck, and was then temporarily admitted to the Soma Hospital.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

MARRIAGE DUNSTAN—DOWDING: On tlie 26th November, 1916, at the Presbyteriau Church (Wynnum), by Bev. Wilson, the marriage was solemnised of Ed win David, only sou of Mr. E. X. DuiiBtan, Wynnum, to Alice Janet Bae, youngeBt daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. D. Dowding, of Pairlanda, Goondiwindi. IN MEMORIAM HAIt'l'ii: In loving memory of my deaf Husband and Father, William Harth, who passed away 9th December, 1647. "Too dearly loved to be forgotten." (Inserted by his loving Wife and Family.) KALEMNA OIL COMPANY, NO LIABILITY. "NOTICE is hereby given that a Call (the'38th) of ONE PENNY per Share has been made on all the issned Contributing Shares in the Capital of the Company (making 4/8i paid up), due and payable at the Bogistered Office of the Company, No. 380-366 Collins Street, Melbourne, on Wednes day, 8th December, 1948. By Order of the Board, L. B. TOMLZNS, Manager. TBANSHXSSION BY DEATH Beal Property Acts of 1861 to 1912. 'V'OTICE is hereby given. that applica tion has been made for th...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

A sparkling eyeful of style — a new, all-providing idea of 10 h,p. quality, comfort find economy . . . Bit car appeal! Front, side and rear — in ererjr carefully dnlgned line — the new body and uetv luggage boot bare big car style. The new interior hat luxury fittings and doep-cajhioned uphoktery tailored to keep its smart shape. The new complete ventilating iytlen included hinged windscreen and controlled draught-free ventilating windows. Backed bj the sterling quality of Prefect engineering and the smooth, flexible performance of its famous 10 h.p. economy engine the new Prefect is the best that ever happened to 10 h.p. motoring. m;it HOtHii irc.GA<;i boot. Complctfily Kittrproof. '""■Iniid at nJcbi by beam from Ull Spare kJim-J rurric6 under ao4 wide luyga^ ihelf. COMPARE THESE PRICES WITH ALL COMPETITIVE MAKES Prefect Sedan, £510 plus tax; Prefect Utility, £485, plus tax. Also on hand, 2 Jeeps in good order. 1-4x4 15 Cwt. G.M.C. Truck fitted with platform body and rem...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLTS CRICKET TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

COLTS CRICKET TEAM. Colts team to play Suburbs on Bun day, December 12, is:—F. Hardcastle, L. Peltiford, A. Gluver, F. Ainswortk, A. Bartlcm, T. Ferrier, M. Laugtou, D. Surrensen. J. Asliney, B. Aslmey, M. Hamman,"J. Flower.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

FASHION For summer; alar Esther WL-. - — white linen - £aft-dress. shouldered, lllspoits (ports, M-G-M lams chaoses » Bare cult matching cape wfc extra adapta bility, and hasjjr trimming of red braid aecemfyig flap pocket, neckline and eve. In her new Technicolor mancali "On An Island With Yo£';&stber has two handsome leadfc men, Peter uawford and Bflprdo MnnLalban

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

WEEK'S FILM PREVIEWS Edwardian ballets, aud the true lid wurdiau atmosphere have bceu recap tured in J. Arthur liank's production of Coinpton McKeuzie's Carnival, star ring Sally Gray aud Michael Wilding, which opens at the Capitol ou Tuesday night. Supporting picture is Hoses are Red, starring Don Castle, Peggy Knudsen usd Patricia Knight, a last moving "who-dun-it." Priday night sees Sir Cedric Hard wioke acroBs from Hollywood to play with Liili Palmer, Albert Lieven and Gladys Cooper, in the sensational Two Cities film, "Beware of Pity." Sup port is the shootin' tootin' "Blazing the Western Trail." On Saturday, something new in the way of westerns comes to light with Lizbeth Scott, John Hodiak aud Bert Lancaster in "Deeort Pury," plus the inimitable Veronica Lake and Eddie Bracken in the side-splitting "Hold That Blonde."

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NANCY AND DENISE SWIMMING HERE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

NANCY 'illD DENISE SWIM HUG HERE Queensland's and Australia's —two best £li(|swimmers will be seen In action together far tbe first time in &oma 'n& week'dnrlng tbe Boma Swimininj^Club's Carnival. They are 18-year-fold Nancy Lyeus, of Brisbane, and Boi&'s Denise Spcuccr. Nancy lias UeenjShvited by tlic club to attend tlie cardval and give an ex hibition swim. 'M r.. Both girls toOK part in the 1948 Olympic (iuniCB, l&uicy broke a world record in the ilnaji, of the 2U0 metres women's breuststpBke, to bo ,4<;fpated by only a toucli. SUIl improving she is to-day probably tl$'Jpfarld's greatest woman breas&ja^Myonent. part in a ioui-<l&y series of exhibition swims in Brisbane, Gatton and War wick. In Warwick Uenise clipped 16 seconds off a 13-year-old 200 yards freestyle record, while Nancy, the same night, broke a four-year-old 100 yards record by four seconds. Nancy will arive by plane next Wed nesday. The carnival ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

"EAST or WEST" MULLAVEY'S ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're in Favour." Go'.d Medallist B.N.A. 1931— Three lsts and Three 3rds. Certificates B.A.S.—1937 Melbourne 3rd Prize. Certificates E.A.8. 1937-38. MULLAVEY & SON. Oharlee Bt„ Bo ma Phone 227

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

BANISH FLIES AND MOSQUITOES By Using BUPBEEM MOSQUITO COILS, 1/ a large box. 8UJVERM0TH will keep Clothes free of 8ilverfisli and other Pests. PEICE: 6d. Per Packet. Procurable at— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box 81. SOMA. Phone 2

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Just a family affair! FERRIERS SCOOPED POOL AT GOLF CLUB BREAKING-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

Just a family affair ! FERR1ERS SCOOPED j POOL AT GOLF j CLUB BREAKING-UP | Members of the Ferrier family really had a niglit out on Satur day at the Roma Golf Club's r.o nual 1948 season break-up party. A brother ami sister, Ijotli Iuuu.Im tion members of Hie '-In!', were pre sented with the member's and associ ate's chimipiuuship trophies, l'cspL't' - tively. They were Mv. Percy IVrrier, of Roma, the oldest member of the club, aud llts. L. 8. Harden, of Richmond Downs, Another member of the family, Mr. Gordon Ferrier, of Comyn dale, also a foundation member ot the club, vu admitted to the select ccirle of life members. Still another Ferrier was in the news \vhett the club captain (Mrs. Gordon Ferrier) was given a presentation un behalf of members and associates for her work during the year. Gaj; party With the Ferrier ranks exhausted, presentations Were made to (lie club president (Mr. Kocl Kemp), and the secretary (Mr. R. Lee), both of whom liave established a reputation as un ti...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Higher education urged in country schools ROMA TO BECOME CENTRE OF BIG DISTRICT, EDUCATION HEAD SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

Higher education urged in country schools , ROMA TO BECOME CENTRE OF BIG DISTRICT, EDUCATION HEAD SAYS was to become the centre of a district extending roughly from Dalby to the South Australian border, the recently ap pointed regional director of education (Mr, A. Guymer) said at the speech night of the Roma State High and Intermediate School on Monday. Mr. Guymei said thai as such Roma must necessarily become the cultural centre for the whole of this region. More than iiUO parents and children attended the speech night, which was marred by a violent wind and rain storm shortly before the opening. liccauso of power failures, the prin cipal (Mr. F. Perry) had to read his report by torch with tho rest of the hull blacked out, a.nd at times liis re marks, and those of the early speakers, were barely audible. Chairman of the meeting was the president of the parents and citizens' association (Mr. K. 33. Taylor). Mr. Taylor said that the association was very pleased with the excellent se...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

ADDITIONAL SERVICES liltlSBANK i.i haK':y ;:o.ma - Mitchell id Jiclu.ii Every Wednesday & Saturday BRISBANE - DALBY - (J11AKL JJVILLE and Ueturu - Every Saturday BRISBANE - DALBY - CHAR LKV1LLE - QUILPIE and Return Alternate Saturdays * | Local Agent:— [ yowLiJs & svmm rty. Ltd. PHONE 177. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD, STATE-WIDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen' Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MERCHANDISE WOUL: iry "liiu islatcs"—Cuusjgii y our wool to "Ealateu'' Buliiuba. Oiu long deiljug experience viiuuitis maximum results. liberal advances inadt agaiubt euiuemg clip. I'AT STi/Cli: Let nu do your wonyiug—we will order trUckuior you, obtaix permits, truck and consign your l''ats to "The Estates," Cannon Hill where our ejipcrionued cluseurs and salesmen will ensure maximun prices lor you. BXOliJi axuuJi: Whether buying or selling, try "The Instates" first. We liavt Branch UlIicoB throughout the whole State aud are in close centacl ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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60 GUESTS AT WELCOME DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

60 GUESTS AT WELCOME DINNER More titan 60 guests attended a dinner given by Mr. J. Robinson in tbc Commonwealth Hotel last Saturday night to introduce tbe new proprietors of The Western Star, Mr. Higgins and Mr. Foxlee, tc representative town and dis trict citizens. Welcoming speeches and toasts wore made li.y the Mayor (Aid. A. Koy), Mr. J. M. 1'ack, Aid. F. J. Mullavey, Mr: A. I'crreH and Mr. E. A. Thonuts, chairman of directors of the Queens land Co-operative Milling Association Ltd. In welcoming tlio new owners, all stressed different aspects of the dis trict willi the emphasis oil its poten tialities for all phases of primary' production. Mr. Thomas said thnt in i.is opinion so far only the surface had been >cratched. j Mr. Robinson, replying to a toast in his honour, said that he wished to acknowledge publicly the assistance and kindness he had received from all pub lic bodies, and officials of the various Uim'num'iit departments over the last j in tlieir replies both Mr. H...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
YULEBA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

YULEBA NOTES The annual school picnic was held in the school grounds last Saturday, and there was a good at tetdance. Games and races were enjoyed by the children. The fancy dress bill] at liiglit at tracted n good crowd, visitors being present from WallumhUla and Roma. Music was supplied by Mrs. R. Carroll (piano), and C. Byrnes (drums). The judges Here Mrs. P. Smith, Mrs. F. Kloin and Mrs. Dcluiicy. More than 60 children appeared in fancy costiune. The prizes %Verc awarded hs fol lows:— Tiny Tots:—Best dressed girl, Dol lar Baby, A. Grout; buy, I.itUe Boy Hint1, It. M<* Mullen. Best pair: Briile and Groom. S. Scan laa and 1). Langtoii. Most humorous: Turtle, Colin Tuber. Five to S years:—Best dressed girl, Fairy (Juecn, 0. Winks; boy, Santa Clans, lun Kadford. West pair: Kasleni Prince and Prin cess, H. and N. Brindley, and Indian Prince and Priueess, B. Skinner and L. M('.Mullen, eipiiil. Most liujuorous: Scare Crow, 0. Cutler. Eight tu 12 veins:—Best dressed girl, Wai...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

»'.urist MhJNTW & THE IDEAL RADIO TO TAKE WITH YOU ON YOUR HOLIDAYS IS A STROMBERG CARLSON PERSONAL PORTABLE. PRICED AT £19/19/-. OBTAINABLE NOW FROM-' ARCHIE ANDERSON McDOWALL STREET — ROMA AraiUMt Fi J. D. GRANT McDOWALL STREET, ROMA NACO AIR-CONTROL VINDOVS GLASS LOUVRES Built of StecfandGiu*; 100 per cent, PtifecJ Y-ntibjiftBl Kil3li| m Any Pmitioa; Euy to jaiUil agd iaexpwun*. Ldt H QmU In jmt LOUVRES, Tw vffi k MrMsbfr —piliri •k dw Lmr Cm| THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY LHQTED (XNOOBPOBATED IN BNGLAND) 1 ' ROMA —^WALLUMBlLU -i— MITCHELL CaHing All Sports!! YOU'LL PLAY BETTER — AND LOOK BETTER WHEN YOU BUY FROM JACK GRANTS SPORTS DEPOT EVERY TYPE OF SPORTING GEAR. — XMAS TOYS— — BICYCLES — CASKET AGENCY LENDING LIBRARY McDowall Street. Phones 84 and 66. ROMA WELDING WORKS ARTHUR STREET. OXY AND ELECTRIC ARC WELDERS . Welders of all classes of Steel Malle able Cnet, ]3rnsi. Copper. Aluminium. filni-ili'53 filer). i)ie C:ift. Also Hardfiiciun to all Wearing Parts.' FABRI...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND'S SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

CHURCH OF ENGLAND'S SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR Tlie bazaar organised by the members of St. Paul's Church of Bnglanrt Woman's Guild was held In the Hibernian Hall and en closure on niday, Hovember 28. As'bag happened so often, tbe day ghoaen for tbe bazaar missed tbe No vember etonnu. Tbe stalls erected in tbe ball were strikingly decorated, especially tbe produce stall. Tbe artificial fruit at tracted much attention. Tbe Rector (Canon Eva) con gratulated tbe members of tbe Guild npon their work during tbe year and stated publicly that they ' loved -work. This was fortunate, as they bad decided to open a fund for a new rectory. OPENED #7 MAYOR Tlie bazaar was opened by the Mayor , (Aid. A. 'H. Koy), accompanied by Mrs. Koy. The Mayor emphasised the part played by the various Church members in building up a strong help Eul community. ^ At.night tbe ball was well filled R'itli dancers. Bobs, ping pong and . juoits wi'iv in great demand. Mrs. JouttH* Orvlii'f-Ini provided tlie music. Tlic winner...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MUCKADILLA KIDDIES AND ADULTS SHARE FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

muckmla kiddies 1 and adults share fun Nearly 60 children were well en tertained at Muckedilla last Satur day by the local school committee. A high lea in the hull was followed by the appenianc(, of Santa himself, who -distributed extremely well chosen gifts from a lavishly decorated Christ mas tree. Adults at the party, however, had their share of the fun, with mothers, aunties, and big sisters settling down to a miniature Melbourne Cup—run over ,')0 yards of gravel track. No jiyJoii casualties ivrre reported! must of the runners being completely "unshod."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

Kens HOW IT WORKS 1. Sheep enters through special self-closing gates . . . the animal cannot back out of the race. 2. Operator strings perforated saddle into place behind sheep. 3. Valve is opened and solution is forced through perforations 1n saddle to give rapid saturation fcvith complete freedom from splash. 4. Sheep moves out as another moves fa. Under average conditions, fwo men can treat approximareiy suu sheep an hour with this portable plant. Ifs the modern way to protect your flock, and it will pay you to get full details NOW) ADEIAiTDE/ST., PETRIE BIGHT.BRIS.. B55CI. And st TOOWOOMBA — BUNDABERG — ROCKHAMPTON — MACKAY TOWNSVILLE and CAIRNS For the Treatment cf Mange, Eczema, ctc., us* David s NU-KOTE An affective, antiseptic, soothing and healing Mange Dressing for dog*. Unequalled for reviving the coat and promoting Iti growth. Price par bottle, 8/6 and T/f 1 DAVID Pharmacies 26S GEORGE ST. BRISBANE. 5Branches BRISBANE fc TOOWOOMBA. .'AVII'AT < YOUR . VD.OCrTOR...

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CHRISTMAS CHEER APPEAL FOR HOSPITAL PATIENTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 10 December 1948

CHRISTMAS CHEER APPEAL FOR HOSPITAL PATIENTS An appeal for funds to provide Christmas and New Year COieer for the inmates of the Boma and Dis trict General Hospital waB made yesterday by the Matron (Miss M. F. Oole). With a general average of 30 to 40 patients, tlie hospital'expects to have about 22 still in bed over the Christ mas week. ^ One of thein, Mr. Byers, has been an inmate for four years. Another, Miss Mitchell, of Brisbane, has been in for two years. Miss Coles said yeBterday mat the object of the appeal was to. provide patients with all the decor ations and "little extras" that conld not be bought nonnaly in a Government institution. There weie only three children in the hospital at present, but these h&d been provided for through The Courier Mail Toy Fund. Donations should be sent direct to Matron Cole, aud will be acknowledged in these columns. *

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