ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Western Star Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 28,030 items from Western Star, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
28,030 results
SURAT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

SURAT The Surat district lias benefited from recent rainstorms wliieh. although of a scattered nature, were very wel come and freshened the grass. The Balonne Biver rose slightly from local waters but is now fulling agjiu. Mr. and Mrs. P. Henning are tapving Surat to take up residence in tlie Boma district, and their departure is generally regretted. Mrs. Henning was au active member of.itke Church of England committee and-the C.W.A., and in recognition of her valued services was tendered farewell functions supplemented by pre sentations, and good wishes for their future prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Taylor took their departure from Russell Park last week, after a long residence here. [They intend settling on another graz I ing property in the near future. [ They will he missed by numerous friends, as they both rendered good service to local institutions in times past, and were prominent in public life in the district. It is proposed to give Mr, and Mrs. Taylor a public send-off da...

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

YULEBA NOTES The Q.C.W.A. arranged a child ren's party in the liall last Satur day. Competitions r od games were enjoyed by the children. During I he evening ;t very daintv afternoon tea wan served by Hie ladies. \\*11i11■ cjiji.s wciv also yivt'.i to each I'liild. The dance sit iii^lit, ronvoiied by tin* Jt.K.L. attracted visitors from Wsillum biNa and ltoma . Personal items Miss J'Vam*iss Mullor is visiijny her mother, who is an inmate of 1 ho Mater Hospital i»i Brisbane. Mr. and Mis Kdo and family have taken \\y ivsid nirc at Moougoo) {Station. Mr. and Airs. Garth Cox are at pre seat holidaying at Wyiinuin. Mr. Fergus Cox is on a business trip to Brisliane. Mr. R. Mkinuer and family are spending the school holidays in South port. Mr. T. Lloyd is spendiug a few days with liin family in Toowoomba. Mrs. W. MeNuity and Mrs. MeJtae havL. returned home after spending soiue time with relatives in Crow's Neat, auxl Toowoomba. Miss H. Furegel, \ylio has been re lieving school teacher here...

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

COMPETITION GAMES FOCUSSED INTEREST Interest centred mainly on com petition matches in the week-end bowls. lloiny l'etliford played soundly to.. .. defeat Bill Ahliliey in a semi-final of tlie B Lrrade Singles. The score read 31-liii in Pcttit'ord'a favour, but it easily could have been much cloBer. The Vaxciullaeker v. O 'A'eill-K. Uravvioj'd uiult'lj iu the puiih semi-iiual waa jilaycd with gay abandon: much like the carefree atmosphere of an in ternal lunul chess tourney. Wheu Varcin look the mat to play has lust bowl in the second last l'ouud tlie <1 j)jKi,--jti'iii were (our up on that pariiculnr end und two up on the match Varcin, a well read man, probably remembered tlie lines, "These are times to try men's souls,'' but be put that disturbing thought to one side to put down a beauty which drew second wood, and caused O'Neill to declare it a match winning allot. So it proved to be. The closing stages of the last end found the kitty surrounded by a veritable zaroba o...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FINED FOR RIDING BIKES ON FOOTPATH [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

FINED FOR RIDING BIKES ON FOOTPATH Tw., i(iji\i.i jiinn lor ri* I i iijl I • i* > • 111 I'nnt j»;H Its \\<'ir in 1 lit* I'nliri- > oil; ) lu-foiv \1 , . S.-llUJH' 1 «*n, S . .M ., 'in | )(•<'»'ml)i»f l" . .Inlui i:,|v.i-i <',11 f C.I K<lu;inl SIivH, :i ii r t Ilciirv AUjih of ll:nv tliiuiro Nlivcl, wiM'c i■;ic11 I'itH'W ld/li Willi 0, CU^ts fllf'Il ' i Sc111lii' Swtfrntlt. <!. J. Nl!»<'lll, l-nni I Infilling OIJ lJn- f 1mm uwi'li, t leii tlir |Ki!i('e wcrii ilcfiiiituly out to s! ")■ 1 his jirne! ice. It avub » definite liruuch of tlic iTfif 1 ic r^ui.-il ions, :ijid ' further pro mtii1 inh>- wnulil follow when1 evidence \v:is ul*fnifi:i|jlt*j Le .'iddud. I

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE P.M. AND PRODUCTION Professor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

THE P.M. AND PRODUCTION Br DR. G. L. WOOD, Professor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne. Australians are naturally troubled i bout rising prices, and about the lulling purchasing power of wages and Income generally; but tliey ire strangely uninterested in thej tv<ugei of these uncomfortable hap penings. Price movements are! 'iieieli the symptoms of a deep i?atea disease of the economy, and -1 hat cause Is mainly an increased i >upply of money which is not: imtried by a similar increase in! he supply ol goods and cervices. These are not airy statements.; rtae facts of money supply are; 4lven in the Monthly Bulletin of lie Commonwealth Bank, in the . '.evlew of Business Statistics pub-' ■ished each month by the Common-, .vealth Statistician, and in other j official statements. The indicators j :o watch are the amounts of paper j money in the hands of the public ■ind of the banks, the amounts of deposits in the trading banks and the savings banks, the amount of j ...

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

Wandtrllch Limited prodooe these attractive Stainless Steel Sink Units in foar convenient sices; 4', 4' 0", C, and 6' long by 1' C" wide with a bowl 18" x 18" x Q',fc" deep. Soundly constructed and' beauti fully finished to » satin-smoothness, these Unit* provide life-long useful* nets, are easy to beep bygienically dean and fit perfectly Into any eebeme of kitchen dccoration. AVAILABLE AT ALL HABDWABE STORES. S V~WunderUch INK, UNITS IN STAINLESS STEEL. Mode by WUNDERLICH LIMITED (Incorporated in New South Wales), AMELIA ST., VALLEY, BRISBANE War will half enough keep the Wolf front the Have yoo gofenough pat aside, eitftertaved or invested, to take cars 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? Unlets 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 glad...

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

defies HOW IT WORKS 1. Sheep enters through special self-closing gates . . . the animal cannot back out of the rate. 2. Operator swings perforated saddle into place behind sheep. 3. Valve is opened and solution is forced through perforations In saddle to give rapid saturation with complete freedom, from splash. 4. Sheep moves out as another moves in. Under average conditions, two men can treat approximately 300 sheep an hour with this portable plant. It's the modern way to protect your flock, and it will pay you to get full details NOW! ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BIGHT.BRIS.. B3SCI. And at TOOWOOMBA — BUNDABERG ■ TOWNSVILLE Bra ROCKHAMPTON — MACKAY CAIRNS For the Elimination of Head Lice Harley's NIT LOTION Indfspinilble for school cNldrtn niflarlx ti»» Hwd Lk«, _ ftlta, M tlhn vnmht. Itaapta t» WtTi li JyH Pric* pa bottta, porttd, ,i .. it •• " / /DAVID Pharmacies I 26S GEORCC ST. BM&MfiSt A fliw-Jt*t MIS BUM I TOOBtmnKz___ yiiiiiffiimNmiiiimimliiiiiiMii^ \ SHERRY'S I | AUSTRALIA...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING The filial shoot for 1948 was held on Sunday at the local range for the Christmas hampers. A draw was conducted and shooters shot in pairs, the winners being Doug. Dore and R. Bennie. The club is very anxious to boo many more of itB members roll up for competition shooting in tlie New Year. Shooters to take part in the match and scores are as follow:— D. Dore—500 yards 42, 000 yards 47, handicap 10, aggregate 105; R. Bennie —39, 36, 30, 105; Total 210. W. Albion—40. 48, 20, 105; H. Tel ford—31, 39, 30, 100; 806. C. O'Bourke—37, 48, 15, 100; . E. Townsley—38, 37. 28, 104; 203. F. Dore—39, 43, 16, 98; G. Townsley —36, 37, 30, 103; 201. C. Townsley—47, 50, 6, 103; B. Hold way—36, 38, 22, 96; 199. T. Mercer—42, 52, 6, 100; hi. John stone—37, 37, 26, 99; 199. A. Dore—42, 46, 6, 94; S. Mercer— 32, 37, 30, 99; 193. H. Pascoe—43, 44, 21, 105; L. Short 30, 23, 30, 83; 188.

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

MITCHELL OME OFF . The match on Sunday betwe Mitchell and Kwiw cricket clove

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

High School Awards Prize and pennant lints were;—Form m Helen Koblett, High School Dm ~ M' Eunter'° ^izes and Medal), Head Prefect, House Captain, Sports Pennant, Honours Certificate; Boberl Ashaey, School Captain, Head Prtfect, House Captain, Sports Pen aant, Honours Certificate; Geoff fright Bin Hartley, Viln* Evans, Gloria, Wilkinson, Betty Donald, Aileen 1own, Pay Croak, Miila Tlirupp, Hea. titer Main, Joan fcusseU, ihylUs Sim» son, Des. Johnson, Daphne Vickety. | Alan Pitman, (Intermediate Dux, Hon. J. M. Hunters' Prize and Medal) ervyn Harris, Margaret Asluiey' Boma Matchett, Potep Flower, Betty *radthliw, iilizabeth Hanly, Hubert lowlea, Beres McLen nan, Kevin Beitz, James Walsh, M Schneider, Keith Haupt. D. Kieseker! Alan Pitman. .Elizabeth 3uuXy9 Mary Grigson, Doug Salier, Pleurette Perry. in^T- °U1> (Ufe Mvine)-- Mitchell 105, Griffith 102, Wentwoith 61 McGuirk I'ootbaU .Shield: Went worth. School Shield: Mitchell 5689, Grif lith 5374, Wcntworth 4244. Certificates were ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MISCHIEF MAKERS MISSED OUT, C.P. HEAD SAYS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

MISCHIEF MAKERS MISSED OUT, C.P. HEAD SAYS Political mischief makers wbo had attempted to injure the reputa tion of the Country Party thrQUgh the proposed Q.P.P. merger had missed out badly, the C.P. State President (Mr. Campbell) told The Western Star *>n his return this week from a special meeting of the party's State Council. The council rejected the merger proposals, which were "sprang" through .'I section of the metropolitan Press in a surprise move last month. They followed on the heels of the breakdown in talks between both par ties to form a common front in co operation ~ against Labour in next year's Federal elections caused by a Q.P.P. announcement that it had de-^. sided to contest 10 scats, two of which —Fisher and Herbert—are regarded aa C.P. spheres of influence. Proposals doomed The Country Party constitution pre vents it from sinking its identity in any merger party although it is com mitted to work in close co-opcration with all non-Labour bodies. Apart from thes...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEN'S SPORTS COLTS ON TOP HARDCASTLE 8-30 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

MEN'S SPORTS COLTS ON TOP HARDCASTLE 8-30 (By "Leg Break'') Frank Hardcastle had a day out against tile Suburbs batsmen last Sunday. J He finished with 8.30 and with -a final effort brought the show to a cIobc with 1)3 l'rom the bat. Witli the grand placing ul his (earn his very accurate howling and his solid batting, Hardcastle has proved himself the best all-rounder in the association. The leaders (Suburbs) had first use of the wicket, and after Cunningham and Way had baited attractively, limy looked like compiling a good score, bul llardcastle was too good for the re maining batsmen and the team wup all out for 12-. EAELY LOSSES After losing the two opening bats men for 11 runs. Glover and Hardcastle settled down to business and the score gradually mounted to 1-0, when Glover had to retire hurt. He made 47, and soon after, when the Suburbs total had been passed, Hardcastle wub out, caught by Cocks, on the drive, lor 03. Both Hardcastle and Glover had many '' lives.'' Tommy terrie...

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

•M-'K*': ;i UUTlll'!«' Mi SPORTS A RADIO 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 ICYCltS FOE? A LIFETIME OF SERVICE J. D. GRANT McDOWALL STREET, ROMA NACO AIR CONTROL WINDOWS 'Buiit of Stedl and Glau; 100 per cent, Perfect VenhUboo; Wfi Suy in Any Portion; E«iy toand mexpenm*. Lai it QnU frr jnr LOUVRES, Tra v9 be ajprwaMy mpM JL . at At L«r Cwl STRAUAN ESIAIES COMPANY LffiHUD MITCHELL DUUNE Calling All Sports!! .YOU'LL PLAY BETTER — AND LOOK BETTER WHEN YOU BUY FROM JACK GRANT'S SPORTS DEPOT EVERY TYPE OF SPORTING GEAR. — XMAS TOYS— — BICYCLES — CASKET AGENCY LENDING LIBRARY McDowaJI Street. Phones 84 and 66.

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

aiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiMiiiiuiim.| I H. i MCMAUON I DENTIST. I MUNIOTPAI. OHiMBBRB I (TJPBTAIB8) ' | McDowall St Rmu.

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

ALLAN B. WEIR |BBT SALON, PHOTOOfiAPHXO SUPPLIES, SAKE DAT M s Hsnrenro service. 5 Fiimf left by 9.SO am. Beady at 4.30p.m. Same D«y- ' &3TATIONEHY:—Boxed Stationery, with Envelopes, Priced from 6/0 Box.. STBATEL GOODS: Shopper*, Overnight dr-Week-end Bagi, Priced from S8/6| 3GL0VES:—Murany Gloves, in Cell or Suede. Ooloors Navy, Brown. Grey,5 s Bltek, Yellow and Olive. Priced from 28/6 to 19/1. 3 Ril Mi ALLAN B. WEIR, FOB PBJS8BKTB THAT PLEASE. 76 HcDOWALIi SIBBBX, BOMA. Oppoelto Town Soil. P.O. Box OR Ahiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiim: KeDOWALL 8TBBBT FHOKB ■, SOMA RAC.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER ImUm Smin — !%•»•: Day 3. Mgkt 24f. <J.eacfel LIGHT UTILITY FIELD A General Cowered and apraug lor "BIG*' work and life. Stordj 4 eyL, O.EV. engine givee power plot 35 BLpif. witfe oonul driving. Peescnger-car-type driving refnfort — (or mid-wnk buvi. oess and week-end (tksunn, IT ta...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Found, a president, returned soldier type! Special league meeting solves stalemate: Corfe and Weir accept posts [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

Found, a president, returned soldier type! Special league meeting solves stalemate: Corfe and Weir accept posts A special meeting of the Roma sub-branch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. " last Friday unanimously elected Mr. Peter Corfe, managing director of Maranoa Trading Co. Ltd., as president. In a surprise move, Mr. Allan ed honorary secretary after the v submitted for the advertised pos Both elections overcame the stalemate whicli bad resulted in the refusal of members to accept either positrons at last month's abortive League meeting. (At one stage in this meeting every member stood up to refuse to accept nomination for the presidency.) More than 30 members attended, in cluding Canon Eva. a former presid ent, and returned padre from World Wur 1, whosc behind the .scenes activ ities contributed largely towards the snap solution. Mr. A. J. Campbell, of Dulmally, also attended. In u series of quick resolutions, de signed to streamline the sub-branch's activities, the meeting decided to hold...

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

POST OFFICE ON C&RfiTMAS RUSH Early pitting of Christmas gifts is advised; by Boma Post Office authorities/, who yesterday an- 1 nonnced limited holiday services. Because of; the flood of traffic, tliey isked the public to remember these joints: Pack-X securely, and pre-pay i out age; leave Christmas cards in un healed envelopes to obtain cheaper ' •ates; send -Chrietmas telegrams now, ■ nstead of waiting until the lUBt day. On Christmas Day the Roma Post Jffiee ivill ioUtw the normal Sunday ' icredule. On &tonday and Tuesday, De lember 27 an^ 28, and on New Year's ] Jay, and MoiKlay, January 3, the office sill bo open t rom 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., rod all maiis»yill close on these days it 10 a.m.. WD&ey order business will lot be transacted. Letter deix^y trill be on Monday, December 27/JjSiid Monday, January S only. • ' JST. ® Mrs. Cuuglilin (Yuleba) liua returned home after a long stay at the School f Arts Hotel.

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

(This week's Quest Editorial is written by the Manager of the Roma broach of the Queensland Co-operative Milling Association, Ltd., Mr. W. J>. Wright, who deals with the district's possibilities as a wheat growing centre. Che s«ries of Quest Editorials -will be suspended over the Christmas and New Year period, and 'will be resumed again in January.—Ed.) WHEAT growing is one of the major primary industries in the Maranoa district, although it is admitted that sheep and cattle do supersede this industry. In 1823 the Government at that particular time commenced negotia tions to resume a- large pastoral holding, known ae ptfc Abundance, and owned by the Scottish, Aus tralian investment Co. In 1826 this holding was subdivided into ap proximately 60 selections and thrown open for ballot. It waB not until 1D27, liowuver, tliut the selections on Alt. Abundance were taken up by selectors and 50 selections were covered by a clause binding selec tors to plant u certain acreage of wheat each...

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

[ TOWN TALK , to ,JiVe witii psi_ Vf'iV' rimaries staff."" IsJMrtMtr-feeea -Bta ioned witU .Primaries for more than liree months. High jinks at the Star Office this reek, with newB that Tommy 1'oxlee 'b vite, Maureen, had given birth on ,V edaeBday to a baby .son, hereinafter mown as "Little Tommy." • * • « ' • • l'ausougets to Kama on Saturday no riling'? plane included Mr. uud lira. Kees Van Erkleus -and their two iliildren, who have spent the laut 18 aonths in Holland with Mr. Van Erk en's parents. To welcome them home, lira. Erklens' sister, Mrs. John Neil, intertoined a number of friends at her tome, '' Frogmoor,'' Surat, at a tennis ind swimming party. Uueh amusement »as caused by the two, children, who tan speak only Dutch. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Eeid, Northern toad, will leave on Saturday morning 'or Canberra, where they will be the guests of their daughter, Mrs. !■'. Gray. L'hey intend travelling by .Pioneer bus 'from Brisbane. ' Wwuior adavaj are lit. and lira. N. ©ouglus ind ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SURAT-GLENMORGAN ROAD SCHEME PLANS AUTHORISED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 17 December 1948

SURAT-GLENMORGAN ROAD SCHEME PLANS AUTHORISED Standing orders were suspended at the advanced general meeting of the Warroo Shire Council, held en Wednesday, December 1, to allo*v an interview between Mr. Robin son, of the Main Roads Commis sion, and the Council. It war- de«ide<l on the motion of CV. W. Neill, seconded by Or. O'Connor. llm1 Mr. Koliin.son draw up plans for the deferred mniiitenaiire scheme 011 ltir NuraMJleninorgaii Hoad. Tin' Council d-ecided t« recommend a 'm«\ ctilrerl .*(t flic interseeHon of the jSuri'.t-St. (icor^e I?oad and Ivan St reel. The Chairman mid Cr. OTtniuor were delegated to oversee by iifiis i'rnm time to time any major jobs on machinery. OVERSEER'S SALARY Following not ire j;iven :it the previ «ms meeting Cr. (J. N'eill moved and Cr Xsisou seconded that tin? over seer's salary l.e increased by £HHt per vrar. retrospective to November ]fl. I!>48 Tlie motion Wits rallied by o votes to •4, Ok. O'Connor, Thrupp, Butler and \V. Neil! votin...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x