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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

OBITUARY It was a grunt shock to ruUilhen and friends to hear of the death of Thomas Arthur David Laycuek, (iruzier, who, wiUi his brother iiobevt, owned a sta tion on Clyde Creek, of which Arthur was the manager. The funeral left Mrs. K. H. Luyeock's home l'ur the injury cemetery on the Wednesday evening. He leaves a son, also u sister and brother to mourn their low.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

For QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, etc Vita for Ltilcti P. H. EBBOTT & Co. Ply. Ltd. 360 Qsnn Strut, Brlibint YOU GET RESULTS AUBTKALOIU', BLACK Olll'lNGTON, WJIITK J,IOGJIOi>'N (JllKKKNS NOW AVAILABLE They're Selected, Trapneeted, Blood Ty-toil ""(I COOH. A1 •-ci Anstralorj), While Leghorn Laying riillcls and Bleeding Boosters. SEND FOE PRICE LIST. KIANGA CHICKEN SUPPLIES ELDRIDGE STREET, TOOWONG, BRISBANE. and HEMORRHOIDS (PILES) Why tolerate prolonged pain and distress when there is the well-tried ManZan, available (or immediate seif-application? ManZan is only for hemorrhoids. It is a healing, antiseptic ointment which quickly eases pain, soothes irritation and then tones up the swollen, congested parts to promote relief. Easy and hygienic to use with the simple nozzle applicator. Price 3,6 from chemists and storekeepers everywhere. ManZan H/EM0RRK0IDS A PRODUCT OF E. C. De WITT & CO. (AUST.) PTY. LTu. For Shifting the EARTH BRITSTAND ROTO-SCRAPEBS —Uffatwelfht...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAPITOL NOW AIR-CONDITIONED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

CAPITOL NOW AIR-CONDITIONED The Capitol Theatre, Soma, Is now completely air-conditioned— one of the few country theatres with this modern amenity. 1'uUoiiB at the matinee last Saturday were llie first to benefit from, the cost ly air-conditioning plant, wliich has now been installed. The temperature is maintained even ly throughout the theatre at about 80 degrees, irrespective of the beat out side. In this cool atmosphere patrons thiE week will enjoy . - - "A Stolen Life," on Tuesday and Wednesday. It• stars Bette Davis Glenn Ford and Walter Brennan. It tells the story of a twin's love for the samo man her sister is in love with Miss Davis plays both twins, whos< love for the character portrayed by Glenn Ford ends in tragedy for ont and happiness for the other. A new Paramount thrill-film, "Dan ger Street" arrives next Friday, witl Jane Withers and Bobert Lowery ii the starring roles. The picture con cerns the solution of a couple of mur ders uncovered by tho star report...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Sir,— I would lilir y<>U 1<1 ^i\r Mir this op portunity of r»*|ilvin;; 1 r> Mr <\ (I. Sullivan's letter whirh was 11: in 1 <*<1 in your j»;ijh*i- dated III.' 112/ is To Infill willi I will >ay ihal fJt«■ troulde did nol ;irise out of 11n• dif. ferent arrangements >>1' halls mi all, hut was ri-cjiled, ainonu other things. in the manner in ubirli Messrs. Sullivan and Karat »*onverted (\vitlnml any auihor \\x wH:jU'V\-r ivoin U»e League> a sot-ial iiiu^ to lie held (ill behalf of 11*• 11 sinners intfj a l»iy free 1"«ir all, 1o try anil bring themselves into the lime !if>ln. Tljat is why the League's ^.u-ial v.as cancelled. 1 have no inteniion of using \U,> Leslie's money i>t >ni-li a manner, iiiii woiilil I alni.sc the goodwill of the many business house-: of ){oma who made donations to help lhe pen sioners, l»v allowing the donations to be used iji :inv other way other than the p...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NANCY DRAWS BIG CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

NANCY DRAWS BIG CROWD Nancy Lyons, Olympic breast- ! stroke swimmer, drew a record, crowd of nearly 700 to the Roma Baths fox tbe 1-ocal swimming as sociation's novelty carnival last night. Undo eked over a scries ol exhibition swims, she drew applause when she covered 33 1-3 metres iu a gliding swim with ouly eight kicks. Most exciting swim of tbc night, however, was a G6 L'-3 metres breiist stroke handicap lace between Deuise Spencer (8), Nancy Lyons (9), Hea ther Stewart. (~), Chelsea Leiiihuu (1) and Cecily Kenny (go). Denise and Nancy battled out the finish for a dead-heat. Nancy arrived in Roma by plane on Wednesday at the invitation of the fioraa Swimming Association. She has been given a round of hospitality since her arrival here, and plans to return to Brisbane on Saturday.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

MOONEE VALLEY JUVENILE FLATS, SF., First Divi sion Maiden Two-Year-OldB (1.0). — (Battle Craze 8.7, El Latada 8.7, Lon don Bridge 8.7, Murray Chief 8.7, Boyal Irish 8.7, St. Columban 8.7, Vonssior 8.7, AJ) Life 8.5, Dawn Air 8.6, Our Maria ff.5, Vela 8.5. 2H. (1.30). — Talon 9.12", tug:i*Tiigftt 6,7, Talent i>.6 De Vinci 9.4, Jung Baliadur 9.4, Mar sula 9.2, Sir Mohican 9.2, Carlisle 9.0 Look Out 9.0, Prince Bupert 9.0, Begal Hermit 9.0, Talaria 9.0. JUVBNUiE PLATE, 5F., Second Division (2.5).—Bon Ali 8.7, Qellreni 8.7, Magnetic BockB 8.7, Bigoletto 8.7, Sallust 8.7, Tascot 8.7, Wink o' the Sky 8.7, Charkha 8.S, Mundoora 8.5, Saffron 8.5, White Foam 6.5. PABKVTT.T.E HANDICAP, 1M. (2.40).—Poona 8.12, Lady Sinclair 8.10, Torrent 8.10, Damon 8.9, Ala bama King 8.G, Lynette 8.5, Dhoiden 8.3, Killerton 8.3, Land Boy 8.3, Pro tege 8.3, Bouleau 8.3, Caecia 8.0, Pro bate 8.0, Silent Steam 8.0, Adaptable 7.12, Memphis LaBS 7.12, Bembro 7.12. HOSPITAL . .HANDICAP, 13F. (3.15).—Good Idea 9....

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

INSIDE NEWS INDEX P. 2: Southern racing acceptances Tept-BtealingOase. P. 3: Club swimming, wool report, Fifty Year? Ago Today. P. 4: For Women Only, Soma* Brisbane Notes. , P.6: Men's Bports, School break P. 6: Letters tp Editor, ^arroo Council Eeport,. ' P. 7; Town advertising. P. 8: Country news.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Acceptances 2 States RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

Acceptances 2 States RANDWICK DECEMBER NURSERY (Fillies), 3F. (1.0).—Favour s.13, The Duchess H.il. liruy Lily ,S (J, Lady Pickwick 8.0, Fine Fuulliers 7.12, Shasta 7.12, Palm lieucli 7..12, Dashing Stylo 7.12, Lonely 7.J2, Dying Colours 7.11, Deciles 7.1) Jov Court 7.'J, Triestina 7.8, Dixit' Hollc 7.7. THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, I0F. (1.35) (raise weights 71b.).—High Wclcuinc 8.0, San Mateo 7.10, Duke Constant 7.5, Admetus 7.5, St. Miehnel 7.3, Prenero 7.2, Royal Show 7.0, Annabellc Lee 7.0. DECEMBER JUVENILE HANDI CAP (Colls), BP. (2.10). — Count Bourbon 8.12. Cliitrnl S.12, King's Coin ■>.8, Corosan 8.7, liadlct 8.5, Clivo 8.3 Nerscol N.2. Boast I'ul Song 8.1, Grandj Monarch N.O, llesdiii 7.7, Sayaji 7.5. NOVICE HANDICAP, 1JM. (2.45).— j High Welcome 8.7. Sea Spartan 8.2, Conviviality 7.13, Prisoner 7.12, Amyr Hay 7.12, Colourful 7.11, Frolicsome 7.1], Dun Laougkail'c 7.11, Drastic 7.11, llit.li Admiral 7.1't, Upiiwht 7.8. ISndesia 7.8, Rambler's Joy 7.8, Loyal 7.<i,...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'Bush built' contraptions criticised. Condition of unlicensed gates perturbs Bungil Shire; blitz threatened [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

'Bush built' contraptions criticised. Condition of unlicensed gates perturbs Bungil Shire; blitz threatened DUNGIL Shire Council authorities are contemplating a "blitz" on owners of unlicensed gates, and licensed owners who have fail ed to keep them in good condition. Members who attended the council's monthly meeting on Wed nesday unanimously decided to take a "serious view" of the posi tien, following a report by the overseer (Mr. Hancock). Cancellation of licences, in cases where, gates have fallen into seri ous disrepair, and the compulsory licensing of unauthorised gates probably will be a sequel. In his report, Mr. Hancock stressed the fact that applications wore now) due for renewal of licences, and; urged the council to ace that action! was taken to bring all gates up to' proper standards. I A cheek on the list of licensed Rates J revealed "surprising" discrepancies in (he descriptions of locations, virile some had not eveu bothered to dc-1 scribe the location, lie said. "Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

FRED PEPPIN (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tattersall 'a Club) (Nun-i-smir to lliivrv Ilnni]) OPERATING ON VILLIEBS STAKES & SUMMER CUP (Bun at Bandwick December 18 and Docombor 27) ABIjS YOU ON MY MAILING LIST? If not, Write: Box 1943W, S.P.O. Brisbane. Phone: Office B.1793.

Publication Title: Western Star
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MERCURY ON RUN AGAIN FOR SECOND HEATWAVE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

MERCURY ON RUN ; AGAIN FOR ' SECOND HEATWAVE Three successive century record ings were registered at the Post Office tills week in the second un precedented summer beat wave . Maximum on Monday was 102 deg. ■at 4 p.m., rising to 108 deg. on Tues day again at 4 p.m., and dropping to 100 deg. on Wednesday at 3 p.m. Last month three successive heat wave recordings of 102 deg., 100 deg. anil 108 deg. were recorded. These nre regarded as phenomenal figures for this time of the year. Fea ture of both heat waves has been the high humidity. Scattered showera on Tuesday night relieved the position considerably.

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COMMITTAL ON TENT STEALING CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

COMMITTAL ON TENT STEALING CHARGE Hugh Grant Gcran, of Arthur Street, Roma, was committed vm Tuesday at the Roma Police Court I for trial at the next criminal Bit . tings of the Circuit Court in Soma on May 17. , I He is charged with having stolen on Dcceiiflicr 4 a tent valued at £6/10/, j the property of TUoinns Williams, GG, dingo trapper, of Wallumbilla. i Gcrnn was remanded lor eight days mi December ll after evidence had been given by Polite Constable Joseph O'Neill that lie had arrested the de fendant. on December 5 after taking possession 'fjof certain property in Geran's home. Resuming evidence before Mr. A. E. Schwarteu, B.M., on Monday, O'Neill said that on Sunday, December 5, he had made certain inquiries after which he had asked the defendant to come tu the police station where lie was asked to detail (lis movements between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. on December i. The defendant, O'Neill said, told him that hB U&4 had a few drinks at the Commonwealth Hotel and tho Austr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

Coming In the very near future Luted R.A.C.Q. Gang*: Tewinf Track available D» «r Niffct: Pkontt: Day 54; Night 173 Maranoa Irading Co. Ltd. Authorised Ford Dealers FORD 1WTOT C0WWY OTWSTMIM W. * WC.}, E&L£ FA#*, faiS8W, 'i

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PUBLISHERS' NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

PUBLISHERS' NOTICE1 'i'liu uflii'i' <jl' The Western Star will lie closed next Friday (Christmas live) but a special Christinas cditiuii—pub lished on Thursday night—will be 011 sale as usual at all newsagents early J-'iiilny jtiornitijr. The .Star Oflice will remuiu closed until Wednesday, December 29. Clients wishing to change odver lisi'iiii'iils for the Christmas issue would greatly assist by lodging the copy to nicii'iuii or ilonday morning. From next week special wrappers will be used iu forwarding The West eru Star to country subscribers. ,

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GENERAL HOLIDAY FOR TUESDAY OF CHRISTMAS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

GENERAL HOLIDAY FOR TUESDAY OF CHRISTMAS WEEK All firms and business offices in Roma will bo closed on Tuesday, December 28, while the usual holi day trading lrours will be observed in most essential services. A "flvimr minute" \v«s circularised \o-l^rdiiy morning among uic»ibei>' tin* Kouki Traders1 Association, who agreed to the proposal. Member* were 1<> h:\vo attended u special meeting of jhe aMoeiafion early in the morning, but few were present, because it was thought accept ance Of the holiday propos-nl was a foregone conclusion. The vice-president (Mr. Dillon) rang Brisbane, where lie was told by the secretary of the Queensland Grocers' and Retail "traders' Association (Mr. Derrick) that his executive had decided to recx>imnfend that Tuesday be a holiday.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

WALLUMBILLA I Scattered storms this week re I suited in some good registrations. I On Monday evening I'ickan.iinnic i I ,-civeil over tit) points and on Tuesday ni,.!,! Clin.Il'ord iivi-r Nil points. Gener I ahy speaking 11,0 country l00'<8 we" I and is carrying a goo.l body of grass. I Harvesting has I'een completed. Willi J tlic of tu" abort intervals I caused hy rain tin1 operations were ear I ri(Ml very successfully. I The total intake comprised 59,700 bags, of which approximately 36, I 000 brgs were stacked in the wheat dump and grain sheds, and 25,000 I trucked away to Roma, Pinkenba I and Maryborough. I The wheat dump has now been lies I sinned all round us a protection against I (In- H'oalher. Annual sports I At till! hIiow meeting lie'"' I""1 I unlay final annngemenls wore i-omplet I (.<1 for the conducting of tlic annual sports on Boxing Day, December 27. 1 ntlraclivc programme, for l>°th old 1 iiinl vnung, )n» l)fon drawn uji, and it I is exported...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

"EAST or WEST' MULLAVEY'S ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're in Favour." Gold Medallist E.N.A. 1931— Three lata and Tluee 3rds. Certificates EA.8.—1037 Melbourne 3rd Prize. Certificates B.A.S. 1937-38. MULLAVEY & SON. " Charles St.. Boma —- Phone 287 .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

BANISH FLIES AND MOSQUITOES By Using 6UPEKEM MOSQUITO COILS, 1/ n large box. BILVEBMOTIi will keep Clothos free of Silverfish and other Pests. PBICE: 6<3. Per Packet. Procurable at— JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Bo* Jl. BOMA. Phone 2

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Child Endowment Payments [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

Child Endowment Payments Mr. C. F„ Adermann, ha£ been advised by tlic district postal inspector at Dalby that approval las been given for £lie establishment of ojiild endowment payment facilities at Cabawifl.. .a 9jtaa:sMS^us^auMMmBB!Bsm

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MIGRANTS WANTED AS HELPS FOR COUNTRY MOTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

MIGRANTS WANTED AS HELPS FOR COUNTRY MOTHERS The Country Women's Associa tion has approached State migra tion officers in an attempt to re lieve the shortage of domestics in the country through the migrant scheme. Jlousewivcs badly in need of lielp arc being asked to cont.nct tlicir in dividual headquarters, where all de tails will be taken, tlie case investi gated, mid a report forwarded to tlio Association's International Oflii-cr (Mrs Berry), who in working' in dose touch with migration authorities. This was revealed by the recently re-elected western divisional president (Mrs. H. G. Maiden), who returned last week from a meeting of the C.W.A. State Council in Brisbane. Mrs. Maiden said tlint with the C.W.A. president (Jlrs. 11. Sterne), and Mrs. Berry, she had interviewed the State Migration Officer (Mr. Longland) in Brisbane, and discussed the position with him. It was hoped to obtaio domestics from approved migrant groups, she said. However, migration authorities would not plr...

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