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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

(3.H P. SIZE) It you require a dependable 3 H.P. engine with better-than'average performance, you'll be wise to Invest In one of these "FETTER" tir-cooled or water-cooled engines. Regular shipments are arriving, and hundreds are already at work all over Australia. ^ niwwi. U3QTER COOLED AIR COOLED Available In both air and watct-coolcd models, they feature the latest post-war developments in engine de sign. Starting is child's play becausc of the im pulse starter fitted to the high-tension magneto, and steady running Is assured by close Co-ordination of the sensitive goverhor and heavy flywheel. "FETTER" engines are economical In operation and give depend able service under all conditions. IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET FULL DETAILS NOWl JiWzfflifiMSMflMfML ADELAIDE' S!.. PETRIE BIGHT.BRIS., BZSCl. And at TtWWOOMBA — ROCKHAMPTON — BUNDABERG — MACKAY 1 TOWNSVILLE and CAIRNS A. P. GREENFIELD & CO. PTY. LTD.. OPrOMEIRISlS ^ 189-191 George Street, Brisbane. Visits Tins District Rcgdh^f ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

S==S=S=S5=Sig*gp=Z MOUM KlTCNfN DlSlCM -1 finds -flawless expression jail most attractive four-unit Kjtchtn Combination fcr Wnnderlleh Inclnda a Slnk-DrAner-Cablnet (Sink of BUInlos Steel) t a Broom Cabinet; a Wall Cabinet! ana * combined Wort-lable-Ctblnet—etch unit consfractcil entirely In itcel and perfectly finished in lustrous itore enamel. Designed for simple and Immediate Instalment In kit chens old and new, easy to keep clean and wonderfnJIy convenient, these Units Introduce an entirely new sl-n ard of beauty, durability and usefulness In modern kitchen equipment. lilTC underliclv ITCHEN UNITS Blade by WUNDERLICH LIMITED (Incorporated in New South Wales) AMELIA ST., VALLEY, BRISBANE Contentment consists In large part in having enough money at each stage of life. The prime task of the A.M.P. is to help men win such contentment. It show's men how to build up the funds with which to make their way and to seize opportunity when It knocks at their doore. Start while you are young...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

€t That's the way to spend it 99 It doesn't always happen—but there are times when the Freclands find themselves with ft fittfe spate cash. Tbeo, Bob may tdl Betty to buy a new hat, pet 'die money in thfe bank, or gc£4omethfog for the children. Betty may try to per suade Bob to buy die tools he's been wanting or a new garden hose. The great thing Js that the Freelands, like the cost of us, ate at liberty to do what they like with their money. „ .. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Inserted bf (Incorporated in England) (The liability of its members is limited) Australia is one of the countries in die world where men and women have freedom of choice and action. When you meet people who advo cate foreign "o'iogies" and "isms" which would involve curtailment of our priviliges, or when you read, hear, or see anything con trary to the Australian way of life .... be sure to play your part in stemming the tide. rh 'i BURR WOOL1 Increase your wool cheque by killing burn with 2,4 DI-WEED the proved sel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Nor wilt half enough inssi keep ihc W©If from the Have you got enough put aside, either saved or invested, to take care of your 'family if anything should happen to you? If you live to the . retiring age, will you be financially independent and able to enjoy your leisure? Unless you can'answer the above questions in the affirmative, you are inadequately insured. Particu lars of a Life Insurance Policy that will exactly meet your needs will be gladly submitted by— r n Branch Office: McDowall Street, Roma (Phone No. 79) Manager: R. DUGSAN »»»»»» G. 0. ARMSTRONG STOCK AND PROPERTY SALESMAN TELEPHONE N*. SB, SURAT. Agent for AJW.L. & F. Co. Ltd.i Brisbane. Stock* of Vic-Lis, little's Dip, Barton's Blow Fly Dreuing, Jetting and Fluid Dip—Alway* on Hand PHONE, WRITE or CALL PERSONALLY. litto of Stock nod Property For Sale would be Appreciated JOHN HENRY AUSTRAL AROUSES NATION WIDE DISCUSSION in a series of dramatic plays and commentaries on current mffairs and problemt. ■ FEARLESS...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Obituaries MRS. C. B. COLLINS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Obituaries UBS. C. B. COLLINS Tlio death of Mis. Catherine Bede'ia Collins camo as a slock to niany local residents. Mrs. Collins had gone to Toowoomba for treatment and passed away on Oc tober 22 at St. Vincent's Hospital. Born at Boma 64 years ago, the fifth daughter of the .'ate Mi. and Mrs. Michael Madden, early Boma "residents, she married the late Mr. John Bourke, and lived at Dulaeca, Mitchel1. and Biclunond, North Queensland. At the two latter towns she was an enthusiastic worker for the Catholic Churches and Convents, and al'. charit able organisations. After Mr. Bourke's death, which oc curred at Bichmond, she came south, and 14 years ago married Mr. B. B. Collins, of Boma. She is survived by her husband and two sons, Messrs. James P. (ClayHeld). and Michael A. (Shiimr'iJ'i'v); oiicj I daughter, Jlits Kath lluii. l'.i' (lloma), land six grandchildren. The Ui*v. F;illicr J. Poitlcv dfliiiaU'il at St. I'atrii-k't;j Cathedral, Toowoonilia, and at the graveside. MB. T. LEE Air...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE WOOL SALES: 1st DAY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

BRISBANE WOOL SALES: 1st day Winclicpmbe Corson Ltd. reports that their sale on the opening day of the present Brisbane wool series wa^ an average to good selection. Compared with the lust Brisbane sole, the market for fine quality wool* was in the sellers' favour. Other de scriptions were from par to 5 per cent lower. Competition was very keen and general, with Great Britain und the Continent the principal buyers. Some support came from local mills. • The market compared with last week in Sydney was from par to 5 per cent, higher. The Company uuld ou account, as follows:— K. M. Coygaa (lujuue; bO^d.; Allun and Co. (iioggabilla; B4Jd.; Blythe lands Grazing Co. (Tara) S2jd.; A. T. Caithness (Texajj^ 82Jd.; J2. h. & E. 1M Bailey (Thallon) 81 jd.; S. J. Carri gan (Toobeali) SOid.; Mrs. A. K. E. !Audoraou (l'al-wood) tiOd; M. A. Cai'ri :gau (Tooboali) 6Ud.; I). A. Allen (Motvcn) ryjd.; M. A. Cole (Dirran banJi) 79Jd.j J. 1. L. F. & I. 1\ Lomas (Warwick) 79d.; Boyce Bros....

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY Backache, joint pains, ... may be dite to tired kidneys. BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM RELIEVED Those odd Jobs will be a pleasure again, once nagging backache and aching Joints are relieved. These pains are often a warning of tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's war of removing harmful acids and waste matter from the blood. An excess of aolds accumulated In the blood may result In backache, rheu matic pains, loss of pep and energy, disturbed nights, swel ling, pufflnesB under t]» eyes, headaches and dizziness. Million! of sufferers have gained happy relief by taking WAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS. If you suspect your kidneys, act quickly. Ask your Chemist or Store for DOAN'S. MAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY fVUS-1 At Cheml«h aid Stores All Over the World So/• Proprietor!: FOSTER-McCLBLLAN CO. Buffalo, Nsw York; London; Sjrdnty.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CUNNINGHAM NEARS CENTURY: FIGURES IN 130 RUN STAND [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CUNNINGHAM NEARS CENTURY; FIGURES IN 130 RUN STAND (By Leg-Break) i A fighting century third wicket stand by L. Cunningham (captain) and Bert Way took Suburbs to two fcr 141 when rain intervened to stop play against Mac's Gully last Sunday. | 'JV-fJin3tiff ln'i- al'lvr tin; loss of 1\vo i-sirly "ii'licls, <:uulliiiyh:iin cuiitri jbulrd ;i polished !'7 not out, with Way iKtiiiR us tlie foil lu provide a deter • niii.ud 33 not out. Until inon gave a chance oacli, but lutlu'iwipe played excellent cricket, [("■uuningliani, scoring all round the wic lid, Jii(. nine fours, wliile Way had only a solitary boundary in hiB account. | Smait and alert fielding was a | fertu.re of the game, although the bowling towards the end was wilt ing under the unrelenting attack. Early Losses' Cunningham and Cocks opened to the bowling of F. Laverty and A. Kva. With the score at six Cocks tried to pull a struight one from Kva and was out l.b.w. for two. liarvey skied the first ball be received b...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DOING NOTHING IS NOW LOST ART [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

DOING NOTHING IS NOW LOST ART Advocating a revival of the lost art of doing nothing, Don Herrold, in the November Reader's Digest, takes « deep look at our use of leisure and comes up with plenty of misgivings. An hour with nothing to do so terri fies the average person, Herrold says, that he jumps iu his ear, drives off fiercely in pursuit of diversion, and often ends up as a vital statistic in the Monday morning papers. Even our sports, gameB and kindred time-MUers are organised for efficiency, he continues. Applying the industrial ideal of high productivity even to our off-momeutB, we set ourselves to doing nothing will) dispatch. 'i'liu iiutlioj thanks heaven ho grew ti|> in a country town, in the horse-;ind buggy era when people hud time to sit' and think, or just to git. Because country people hud leisure to gather | in tho shade or iu the back room of the store, where rich aud elevating conversation camc easily, the town was full of cha.ciw.ters, uut robots. TOO MUCH '' BU...

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Eye Catching Ball Frocks POLICE-AMBULANCE SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

Eye Catching Ball frocks POLICE-AMBULANCE SUCCESS Stylish frocking was an eye-catching feature of the Police Ambulance Ball, which was held in the Hibernian Hall, Roma, last Friday. Race crowds helped to swell the dancers in the colourfully decorated ballroom. Streamers and lights in Ambul ance colours—red and yellow— made a gay setting. A huge Am bulance cross wag suspended from the ceiling, and paper boats, hold ing hundreds of balloons, which were later released, bung at each end of the halL The sujiiicr tabic was beautifully de corated with flowers from tlic garden of Mrs. liarlaud, and an excellent sup per was provided by tlic lady helpcre. The balloon shower waltz was won by Miss Clare Gavanagh and partner, lucky number jazz cap was won by Miss Jill Good and partner, and the Spotlight Waltz was won by Miss Jean Bain and Mr. K. Tuite. Among those present were Mds. Boy Henderson in a frock of mauve water wave taffeta with a very full skirt. Miss Pat Peskett wore a black ballerin...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

for Women Only Every week The ■Western Star will reserve some space exclusively for its women readers. It will consist entirely of handy tips for the home. Many of thou may be familiar to you, but to some tlioy may help to make the most highly complicated and most underpaid job in the world—that of the housewife—a little easier. This week, gloves are in the news. If you know how, glove washing is as easy as washing your hands. Hero is the "know-how":— Never allow gloves to become very soiled before laundering. Squeeze FABRIC GLOVES through some luke warm suds, rinse twice (in Vinegar: water if they are a dark shade), and pat on a towel to remove excess mois ture. Never put through a wringer if trimmed with patent clips. CHAMOIS OR DOE-SKIN gloves are best washed on the hands in some warm suds. Massage the dirt out ol' fingertips; and rinse well until water runs clear. Boll gloves off hands from the wrist—do not stretch by pulling ofl by the fingers—then roll in a towel until eicees ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

SEARCHING FOR TRUTH? SEND FOB FKEE BOOKLET "PREACHING THE TRUTH" THE 8ECBETARY: Gospel Extension Society, 660 BUXHVBN ST., TOOWOOMBA. NO POST A OB BEQOTBED.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

THE | $L, KNAPSACK SPRAY Light, sturdy equipment for oti spraying needs, pert con trol, fire fijghtinq. Corrosion resisting, with adjuttab/e twin noztles for double coverage, smooth, steady jets. for Fall Particulars, writ•— AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO, LTD., EOMA. \aai2/££*2<i*^Ge listablldiod 1888 Contractors to GovmnenU Municipal Jackson & O'SuUivan Ply. Ltd. Incorporating Watson, Ferguson & Co* Printers, Paper Merchant*, Manufacturing, Stationtrt HEAD omct AND FACTORIES BRISBANE AID At SIDNEY, LONDON, MKW TORK Manufacturers of: "national" window vacs .ENVELOPES ."NATIONAL BLUEPLEX ENVELOPES CARTONS, LABELS AND WRAPPERS COUNTER. CHECK BOOKS ROLL FEED STATIONERY "national" FINE ACCOUNT BOOKS SANDERS FATENT BINDER FILES RECORDING GRAPHS AND CHARTS FOR GAS, STEAM, WATER AMD SUCCT3UC USAGES "nATIONAJL." ROTARY DUPLICATORS FROTECTA BELF-REGISTERWO TILLS PROCESS ENGRAVINGS IN ONE OR MORE COLOURS FUR* BRITISH WAMCBUEMT BUTTER WRAPS national" waxed mix BOTTLE CAPS RU...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS Men's (jli-2-3 metres: i'lrst licat, li. iiooker (go) 1, P. Saunders (3) 2, J. Anluiey (3) 3. Time, 47 2-5 sees. Sec ond heat, J. J.Jowei (go) 1, M. Oherry (7) 2, fci. Muss (4) 3. 1'iuie, 54 sees. Junior Boys' 00 2-3 moires: ii. 1Jryor (6) M. Partridge (go) dead Lieut 1, P. Partridge (5) 3. Time, 57 1-5 sees. Girls Oli 2-3 metres: 1). Speueer (Ii) 1, il. GrigBOn (6) 2, (J. Kenny (go) 3. Time, 56 sees.. Sub-Junior Boys' 33 1-3 metres: Ii. Phillips (3) 1, J. Walsh (1) a, Jj. Grant (2) 8. Time, 28 2-5 sees. Men's 38 1-3 metres: first beat, K. Misoainble (go) 1, li. Booker (6) 2, P. Saunders (6) 3; time, 25 3.5 sees. Sec ond lieat, G. Brown (2) 1, M. Cherry (4).2, J. Power (1) 3; time, 23 4-5 sees. Third heat, It. Kyte (go) 1, li. An derson (1) 2, J. Ashney (3) 3; time, 21 3-5 sees jj Junior Boys 33 1-3 metres: B. Pryor, (1) 1, P. Schneider (go) 2, &. Br own (1) 3. "time, 2i 3-5 sees. Girls' 33 1-5 metres; First heat, 1). Spencer (4) 1, B. Hudwen (go) 2, M....

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WEEK-END SHOOT PLANNED BY ROMA GUN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

WEEK-END SHOOT PLANNED BY ROMA GUN CLUB A big week-end clay pigeon shoot is planned by the Roma Gun Club, beginning at tlic racecourse at 10.30 a.m. to-morrow (Satur day). Trophy shooting, including the Mar;uio;i (''.ay I'igoon Championship, handicap uvlmiU up to £50, and sweep 8t;ikoH urv imluded in the programme. If tlie weather holdn fine, a big crowd in expected. The Club has a large membership, and shooters from all over the district have indicated their intention to take part. t Trophies for the Maranoa Double Barrel Clay Pigeon Championship are valued nt £12, :ind £3 for i'iret, second and third places, respectively.

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MERINO WOOL DROPPING IN LONDON BUT STILL UP HERE- TWO REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

MERINO WOOL DROPPING IN LONDON BUT STILL OP HERE - TWO REPORTS A drop in the value of merino wool in England is being re garded there as a healthy development, hot in Australia any upward price move has been most pronounced on the finer merinos. These two points emerged this week in latest reports from London and Brisbane. The overseas report said tliat events since the opening of the current Australian wool selling season have emphasised that mer inos had risen to a dangerously high level. REPORT Wo. 1 "Tliciv. is now ample evidence of' strong ivniKt:iuec ill all the wool-consuming countries to the merino prices established toward the end of laBt season," Kays a report sent by Thej Committee of London Wool Brokers. | "Till, rise which tlieu too*k plueo was largely duo to the buy-at-any-price polii y of tlio liuesians at a time when remaining stocks of good combing merinos were small. "Already tlicrr h:is been ;i sharp ro action, willi wnrji merino tops some thing lik0 2/ jier pound...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

s Our combined resources provide unlimited selling experience for the disposal of all your products—each consignment is under the supervision of experts from the time it arrives until it becomes the property of the buyer . . . so— CONSIGN EVERYTHING TO US. • WOOL • SHEEP • CATTLE • LAMBS « PIGS • CALVES • TALLOW GOLDSBROUGH MORT & Go. Ltd. (Incorporated in Victoria) THE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENWICK. & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE NOT ENOUGH To <rO AWtiD! Ym, then will be mot* near txactsci «hi« ymt. We don't know jott hum manjr, bat «• an mm won't be enough for everybody. IWi why we're negating dut ywt,gh« N I III Ae pM yon need for roar old tractor, jtnt in mm ymfm not abU tm bay a tmw aaa. Y« cm/1 tmm, yta knmr ... aor aaoaf fM «eod far pM vtt hoot roar mMb vab*. HI McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AM SERVICE DISTRICT AGENT— W. P. scon. M'DOW ALL STREET ROMA AMXSUPML Shorten: For highest prices and prompt returns consign your skins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

IT. PflVS TO COHE TO THE RIGHT PLACE TUITIONS'* 260 GEORGE ST BRiSBAne, SENSATIONAL CUTLERY REDUCTION FOR ONE MONTH ONLY DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY Westerbolms Xylonite Handle, with St ainleas Scimitar Blade—Dinner Sisfij gOi pet do».j Dessert Size, 85/ per doz. l'aylor'e "Eye Witness" Xylonite Handle, Stainless Steel Slipper Blade— Waiter Size, 80/ per doz,; Dcaaert ftizo, «l>/ pi r do*. Geo. lUberoou's Xylonite Handle, Wtaiulees toluol S'jpiicr iilutie—Dinner Size f 10/ per doz.; Dessert Sizu, 05/ pur doz. H-umpJii'ey'h Ay lunitu Handle, mill fcitainiess Stool ISlude, blipimi' &b&jje—Din uet Size, UV pur doz.; JJcsBurt fcuzu, 00/ per doz. Uaglisli Carving fa lilts—K n 11 i-j l-'uik and titeel, pur set 40/1 i3u/_ and 50/. Kuglisli Household tSlueia, ■X.ylunite Handle, eauli </0. £nglitfli bliuiii^Jd Hulclieru' titue'-a—li ai., cli 11/u; 12in., each 12/0. I'aylor'B A-yloaito Handle, Willi plain stuul blade—Dinner iSizu, 47/0 pur doz,J Dustier I fauu, 4...

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ROMA AMBULANCE DID BIG JOB LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

ROMA AMBULANCE DID BIG JOB LAST YEAR Tlie Roma Ambulance Centre in | the last ycax has travelled, more ! than 25,819 miles and treated a j total of 3801 cases. The cost for each csiko avoiaged out for Hie your »t .1-i/Id. with nn averaget cost ol' i/ii a mile, and an average mileage oJ: 14. U7 for each transport' ease. | Those figures, which indicate 1)ic high nisi of mu iuUining t lit; br 'gade 's service to the public, were revi-alcd at the annual report of the lioiua branch I of the Q.A.T.B., held in the brigade j rooms last M-ecli. Those present- included the chair twin (Mr. P. J. Flanigun), Dr. W. W. Feather, Mr. .T. Murphy, Mr. H. Far mer, and the Superintendent and Bee rotary (Mr. T. Teale). Apologies were received from Messrs. H. B. Col ins and A. Anderson. Brigade Congratulated Mi . Flain^nn s]iii1;l' on the financial pavilion of the brigade, and of tlic good work done by the superintendent, aud staff. The cars and equipment were in good condition. Drawing at tention to the...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 5 November 1948

TOWN TALK Mrs.R. B. Taylor, of Brisbane, is at present the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor, of William Street, Roma. Mrs. W. J. O'Keefe and her daugh- ter Dianne (Ipswich) passed through Roma early in the week en route for Surat, where they intend staying sev- eral months with Mrs. O'Keeffe's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ferrier. A most enjoyable party was held at the Golf Club House on Saturday after the races. The room was beautifully decorated with flowers and cards were provided for bridge and poker enthus- iasts, while music was supplied for the dancers. A light supper was provided by the Golf Club.       * * * * * * * * Of interest to Roma and district is the wedding this week of Mrs. Jess     Barnet and Mr. Jim Gilmour, of Bendi- boi (Surat). Mrs. Barnet is better known here as Miss McPhie, Mrs. R. Gate and Mr. and Mrs. M. Butler (Surat) are in Brisbane for the wed- ding. Mrs. Coutts and Miss Georgie Coutts, who...

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