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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

Queensland Groceries boasts as ccmpiehensive a stock as is possible to find in Queensland. Prices are City Prices, guaranteed competi tive. All orders packed and delivered t.O.K. Brisbane. Ham Cured Shoulders Bacon, approx J 01b 2/ lb. !6oz. lins Fowlers Plum Puddings .. 2/7^ each 3ib. Kich fruit Ainas Cakes 7/6 each 41b. Tins Whole Blanched Salted Peanuts 8/ tin 1 lb. Packets Assorted Nuts 2/6 lb. 8oz. Packets Big Sister Mixed Peel 11 £d. pkt. Loose 4 Crown Sultanas 1 / I % lb. Loose 3 Crown Currants 1 /0\ lb. 16oz. Packets Gold Crest Mixed Fruit 1/4 each I Case of 3_doz. l£lb, tins I.X.L. Assorted Jam .... .. 53/6 case 14oz. tins I.X.L. Pie Apples 1 /' tin I Case containing 1 doz. Assorted Mynor Cordials:—2 Fruit Cup, 2 Orange, 2 Pineapple, 2 Lemon, 2 Tops, 1 Grape Fruit, I Lime Juice—30/ case. (Cordials 28/, Special Packing 2/.) ASSOCIATION TO QUEENSLAND PASTORAL SUPPLIES MY. LTD., BOWEN ST., BRISBANE. Diesel Pump and Electrical Service Modern Testing equipment in the hands of ca...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DISTRICT CHURCH LEADERS STRESS FESTIVE MOOD OF CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

DISTRICT CHURCH LEADERS STRESS FESTIVE MOOD OF CHRISTMAS CESTIVE atmosphere of Christmas has been stressed by district Church leaden in messages to their congregations. The simplicity of Christ's life, and the lessons of Christianity are also a feature of their'messages. Sere is what they wrote in re sponse to an invitation from The Western Star:— CANON A. T. EVA (Church of Eng land): To-morrow is a very happy day because Jesus Christ came to the ekrth to live a HUMAN life. Men and women can imitate the de votion, thoughtfulnssB, obedience and courage of the child, -the buy, the mau Jeans. Jesus Christ came to redeem weak mankind. Man sins and is for given. It is no wonder that Christinas is a time for immense rejoicing. 1 REV. DEAN 0. CAHALA2TE (Roman Catholic): Christmas is pre-eminently a family, feast, and at Christmas the family gets the proper emphasis. For Christmas means an occasion when parents delight to natch children around a tree. .. It commemorates the birthday of the ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

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

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS \ JAMES SAUNDERS & SON\ Wish to extend to thoir-Jiiany Cli<Mtn of Boma & District Happy and a very prosperous New YeiHsZZ Wo take the opportunity of express ing our appreciation of the btirmouy & good feeling which has always eziated between us -during the year nearly ended. We hope that 1849 will be a year of prosperity to all, and that peace & goodwill to all men will again & again prevail throughout thoTforid.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HOUSEWIVES' HOLIDAY HOME SERVICE GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

HOUSEWIVES' HOLIDAY 8QIE SERVICE GUIDE Soma will tie a "dead" town daring the Christmas holidays— particularly for the housewives. for thein the holidays will Li- ou^ long headnehu, unless they fill the larder TO-DAY before the shops close.; Practically all types of business pro mises will be closed to-morrow and will not reopen until Tuesday. Here is Soma's holiday home'service guides— ' V ' GlOstf tt-8.0< (Christmas Eve) at 5.10 p.m. until Wednesday at 8.45 a.m. Butchers: Open from 8 a.m. until 4.30 pja. to-day, and then' closed until 8 a.m. next Wednesday. Sgkers: Broad will be baked to-day, but baking will then be suspended until Tuesday, when fresh bread can be collected at bakehouses. There will be no. deliveries until Wednesday. . Ice: Cau be collected at iccworki throughout the holidays and some de liveries will bo znade on Monday, Oarages; All will be closed on Christ mas,rDay and Monday, individual ar ;r»r"n°"f" being^made top the ■ other holidays. The Western S...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS CIVIC AUTHORITIES EXPECT BIG STRIDES FORWARD IN NEW YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

I HAPPY - t* CHRISTMAS CIVIC AUTHORITIES EXPECT BIG STRIDES FORWARD IN NEW YEAR DIG strides forward in local authority work are expected by civic authorities daring the New Year. In extending Christmas Greetings, both the Chairman of the Bungil Shire Council {Cr. Lay cock) and the Mayor of Roma (Aid. Koy) appealed for the co-operation of all district residents in New Year works programmes. The Deputy Mayor (Aid. Wright) joined with Aid. Key in a plea for tolerance and understanding to emphasise' the spirit of Christmas. This iB what tlifcy said:— Bungil Shire Council Chairman . (Cr. X>&ycock): As we are drawing to tlie cloee of another yenr of local authority work, it is with pleasure that on behalf of my fellow councillors and myself I wish to oonvcy to shire rate payers and the staff ol the council all good wishes for a merry Christmas and a prosperous Kew Year. Looking back over the years since I became a member of the Bungil Shire,; when there was practically no forme...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

INJUNE NOTES A good roll-up attended the fare well afternoon he'd at Mrs, Janes1 residence by C.W.A. ladies to fare well Sister and Mrs. Hubbard, who /eave in the New Year for Chid agoe. unfortunately cuusod the can ii'Jlation of the public farewell to Sister Hubbard planned for lust Sntur Jay. On Suudsiy an Iii.juuv v. Komine cricket match was hold at Jjijmic. ScuroH roHUlted: Jn.june. first inniugi*, 47; Koinino, first inning 5ft. Highlights (if Uifi day wore the hal ting of 1). TU'ii k (KmniiuO who scored 23 ami US, uud 1j. Ward (Injnnc). who opened am] carried his hat in lite second innings for ' X, Ktrfltford (Kominc) bowled well to get two for 10 and three for two, while T*. Hall (K<u»ine) had two for two mid five for six. A total of 107- points of ruin was re corded this month. A wild storm struck Mr. J. Mc Cuwlcy's property, "East Ly«ue,M on December 33, doing damage to roofs and outbuildings, 75 points of rain falling.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

I GOVERNMENT SALE For Sale by Public Auction at the Land Office, Mitchell, on 10th January, 1949, at 2.30 p.m., Perpetual Town Leases of allots, 4, 5, 7 and 10 of sec tion 27, town of Mitchell, >S«^4>f tl» Station. Ceiling Capitul Sums have been fixed. If two or more persons bid the ceiling Capital Sum for any allotment, the successful purchaser will be determined by ballot. • For further information apply to the Land Agents, Mitchell and Boma. KIDDIES' PLAY TENTS Thrill your little boy this Christmas with a strong calico PLAT TENT, stencilled with Cowboy and Indian designs. 4ft. x 5ft £1/18/ For cool comfort on the hottest day, swing in a GEO. PICKEBS Garden Lounge. All Holiday Requirements are available, including splendid Marquees and Camp Stretchers. First-Class Fishing Tackle. GEO. PICKERS & Co. Ply. Ltd. Cnr. Glpps tc Ann Sts., Valley, tc Breakfast Creek Bridge, Brisbane. Ota all frattiia nib Sc imtt ®Ipp 0raaan*H w»«^SLS®«»iv "" f OOD5TUFF S AND GROCERIES asmnat...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
YULEBA FORFEITS TO WALLIMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

YULEBA FORFEITS TO WALLIMBILLA (By "First Slip.") Yuleba again forfeited to Walluin billa ou Sunday iu what would have been the fine! match for 1948 in the A. H. Lftlemore Shield. The previous Sunday the same team forfeited to JackBOii, and points now stand: Jackson 7, Wallumbilla 7, Yule ba nil. , It is to be hoped in tlio Now Year that the members of the Tulebfi Club will endeavour to field a team, as at the moment the competition is solely a two-team affair. After all, the game is the tiling, and sot tlie laurels to be won that count. LaBt year Wallumbilla were in the same plight, but by perseverance they came through and are very strong favourites to lead the shield. JACKSON v. DUXiACCA A team from Jackson journeyed to Pulacca on Sunday to try conclusions with the home team, and ran out win ners by 34 runs on the first innings'. Dulacca had first use of the wicket and opened with W. Ayre and H. Nowland, but the latter never really settled down, tying inclined to feel for the off...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

NOTICE 0WNEBS of Licensed Gates tire here by notified that their gates must be brought up to the Council 'b Speci fications before renewal of the Licence trill be granted. Where Landholders have erected gates on roads, used by vehicular traf fic and which are not licensed, action must be taken to Licence such gates ana have same brought up to the Coun cil's Specification!. Copy of Specifications can be obtain ed from this office. ' Inspection of gates erected on roads is being made by this Council's Over seer. E. COBBAN, i Boma, 20/12/48.. Shire Clerk. j

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

Raafs of Roma HEARTY SEASON'S GREETINGS to their many friends in Roma and surround ing districts. Raafs thank them for their pat ronage and assure them of continued service in the New Year RAAFS TRADING Fty. Ltd QU1NT0N ST., ROMA. Near Rom« Hotel. INTRODUCING THE NEW GAMMA Some of its outstanding features are:— It destroys feeds and lice with one dipping, and gives prolonged protM* tion against reinfestalion. 2. It can. be used at the same concentration for aU breeds and type* Of sheep. 3. It's "Gammexane" Gamma B.H.C. content is so liigh tbat one case OT dram containing l2Jlbe. of Bip will-make 1000 gallons of effective wash. 4. It is a suspension Dip wliicli gives it a definite economic value. 6. It is easy to mix with water of any degree of hardness. 6. It ileaves the wool in good condition. 7. It ii non-poisonous. ..... ■ OBTAINABLE FBOM ( f A/COR PO QfiTE D ir-f CNCL4HP.) BRISBANE £* ROCKHAMPTON - T0WN8VIUE THE ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND $ ... ; g-9 ORDER NOW FOR EARLY DELIVERY I Specia...

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ORALLO [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

ORALLO Through tlie combined efforts of the Orallo and Eumamurrin branches of the (J.O.W.A. the Child ren of the siirroimding districts were treated, on Saturday, Decern cer U, to sports events in the afternoon, followed by tea, with icp cream and soft drinks, in the Orallo School of Arts Hall. As previous arrangements had beet made with Santa Claue to visit Onul< on that particular date no trouble wai spared by the organisers to erect t handsome Christmas tree, which wai garnished with' an ample supply 01 toys. The magic hour was further sweet enod by a liberal distribution of lolliej neatly packed in fancy cartonB, where upon Santa Claus withdrew, to the ac oompaniment of lusty cheers and a fev words of friendly advice. The children were farther enter tained for on hour on the dance floor, after which the adults en joyed the dance which'followed until the early hours of the morn ing. The 'results of this effort are verj gratifying to both entertainers and entertained, a...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

TOWN TALK Holi Tayijir anil Jiis J3 vu;irulJ sou. Hilly, leave nil Monday fur a rambling uiuv V't Vivv hulitiny in \lie cral diiwlion of the const. J'l'c itinur ■mt will include L>ahiy. i'oowoomba, Warwick ;i nd iStniitliorjir—one j;oo grupliy lesson that should appeal to any i:i year-oiil. In ;nu n 1111- II IVn ilnvs ns I In: yllcsi ■«r Mrs. M. lirowii, Willi;,,„ Struct. mi1 Mr, mid Alls, John JJiown ami their two children. from Taniwurtli, N.iS.W. They intend spending Christ ! rails with Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs.] Arthur l>can, of "Avnel," Mucliadilla. Also from the South are Mr. and Mrs. 11. Arthur, Kpii., who are nji from JJi'is luuie for a few weeks and are visiting various members of their family in this district. Mr. and Mrs. (Minion Ken-, Bris bane. were guests ut the (School of Arts Hotel iluriiiy their stay in Koina. Mrs. Iserr hail her first triji to (he West — ■ ays she was ijuitc impressed. Mr. A Burnett, A.M.I'. Oinpany. I'liailevillc. |iassi>d through Jioma on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

THE . WESTERN STAR IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE USE THE COLUMNS OF THE WESTERN STAR TO COVER YOUR LOCAL FIELD ALL TYPES OF JOB PRINTING ALSO ACCEPTED WORTH CROWING ABOUT

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

Irrigation and Water Supply Commission, Queensland. "KAXTL" BOBE — JOB. NO. 1603 JTNDOBSED tenders addressed to the ■ Secretary, Irrigation and Water Supply Commission, Executive Build ing, George Street, Brisbane, and clos ing at noon on 21st February, 1949,. are invited for the sinking and casing of a bore to'a depth of six hundred feet (600 feet) situated about sixty (60) mileB north of Mungallala on the Mit chell-Hognatliulla Stock Boute. Specifications may be inspected, or purchased for £1/1/ each, at the office of the Commissioner of Irriga tion and Water Snppy, Brisbane, or inspected at the offices of the Booringa Shire Council, Mitchell, the Clerks of Petty Sessions, Cunnamulla, Oharle ville, Toowoomba and Boma, and the District Engineer, Irrigation and Water Supply Commission, SI. George. A preliminary deposit of 1 per eent. is to accompany each tender. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. - E. BUCKLE, Secretary to the Commissioner of Irri gation anfl Water S...

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WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

WALLUMBILLA The Rodeo and Campdraft, solely organised by Mr. D. Smith, w^s conducted on Saturday in M,-. Smith's paddock, near the town. 11 will be remembered that Mr. ttmilli organised a similar ('miction lust year, winrh was tlie means of raising a lar^r? nmuunt of money. The soheroe was organised for the purpose nf raising funds to asnirtt tlic O.W.A. ill build* iug a C.W.A. Hcst Room, u most worthy and very desired innovation uud ;i lo»« feJt want to the town. In western towns such.as Wullumliilla amenities of this description arc too nchj'co and ver.v much needed. Women and children arriving in town from loiijy dislauce*, upHi'l from depending u|>on friends, have no eon veienees in which to tend their child ren and themselves. Large attendance It is understood iis tlic outcome of the function auil tlie jnocuririn of material that si start will lie in:«le in tlic near future to build the Host Room. A very large crowd attended and everything passed off in un excellent manner, ...

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Christmas Cheer Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

| Christmas Cheer Appeal A good response lias been re ceived t& the appeal to provide Christmas cheer to patients at the Soma District Hospital. Matron Cole Yesterday thanked all who had sent in donations, which would enable the purchase of extras normally unavailable from hospital funds. Donations include: Sr. Main 10/0, Mrs. Hillery (MuckadiUa) £1/1/, Mrs Proud, Sen. (fickanjinnie) 10/, Miss Hope Spencer 10/, C. Wedderkopp £1/1/, A Sport 5/, M. Keiran, A. HenzeU, each 2/, A Sport 1/7, P. O'Shea, K. Asher, etch 2/, E. Henry, Dillon's Store, each 5/, Holders 4/ Mawns Cash Store 2/, B. Cameron, 11. Cameron, B, Cameron, each 1/, Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Cameron 5/, Mr. W. Ashney £1, Mr. Byers 5/, 0. Telford (Arella) 10/, from collection box en trance to hospital £3/19/3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

DAISY For AH Your EnfUMrinf STEEL WORK 16 YOUB OBXffiB. (Write Us For Quotations) steel WA'i'ee TANKS steel TANK stands steel motob gelds {Inun»diate BallrKjr) NAPe BROS. OALBY. Head Office Phone 167. Factory Phone 40T.

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AMBULANCE ALL SET FOR RACE MEET [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

AMBULANCE ALL SET FOR RACE MEET Everything is in readiness for a successful meeting to be con ducted by the Roma Ambulance Benefit Race Club, to be lieid at the Roma Racecourse on Saturday, January 1. Excellent nominations hav0 been re ceived, and publican, afternoon tea and soft drink booths will be conducted on the grounds V „ All southern racing will be amplified on the grounds. SPECIAL TRAIN A Bpecial train will leave lioma Sta tion at 12.30 p.m. for the Racecourse land return from the course at 5.30 p.m., the return fare being 1/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

SINCERE CHRISTMAS GREETINGS AND LIFE'S BEST FOR. THE NEW YEAR TO ALL FROM EXCLUSIVE TRADERS ALLAN B. WEIR* FOB PRESENTS THAT CTiBABB. ' PfaSM»fc 76 McDOWALL 8XBHBX, BOMA. VABokM Opposite Town' SMI. THE SEASON'S COMPLIMENTS: A MERRY CHRISTMAS A HAPPY NEW YEAR . FROM

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