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INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

INSIDE NEWS INDEX P. 2: Town Talk. , P. 3: Wool Export. P. 4: For Women Only, Canberra _ Commentary. p. 5; Men's Sports, Swimming-Be* _ P. 7; Town -Advertising. P. 8: Country Kern.

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

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 McDOWAIL STREET — ROMA m msmm mm m s accident J. D. GRANT MrDOWALI. STREET, ROMA NACO AIR C0NTR01 WINDOWS cim T.oi?vr I?s Built of Sted and Giau; 100per cent, Perfect Ventilation; Wi8 Suy in Any Pocition; Ea«y to innt&JJ and incxpcnsira. Lat u Qaaia fair jtmt LOUVRES, Yea vi8 W agraaaMF tarpmtf at tka Law Cart THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED (INCOBPOBATED, IN BNGLAND) ROMA —- WALLUtiBILLA MITCHELL INJUNE Calling 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 6'j. * Not only Australia's most popular drink... MILO is 0 delirious chocolate flavoured beverage thai helps to build heal lb and strength. That It bsTM'hv »l is made from purr rn'.Sli is:*Ucd upd is fortif...

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

YULEBA NOTES A pretty wedding was solemn ised in the Church 01 England, Roma, on December 17, when Veronica, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, Dean, was mar ried to Bonatd, eldest son -of Mr. and Mrs. G. Turner, Tara. CanOTi Eva officiated. ( Tlie bride entered tlie church on tlie ;irill Of her t ut her, irho garo her She wore a pale blue ervpe 1'rock with embroidered yoke and belt. The draped skirt featured six yores. A curdle was worn to match. Miss Maureen J^aghes, who attended the bride, was frocked in cyclamen crinklc crepe, Willi black l:>ic volte and ^orcd skirt. She also added a curette to match. Mr. Jim Smith uel cd as best man. The reception was lield at the home of the bride's parents. Ill's. Dean welcomed Hie quests ill u frock of blue hjiol georgette, showing n new neckline and n ^ored skirt. Tlie main feature of the table was a cake made by the bride's mother and daintily decorated by Mrs. W. Hauclile. .Mr. and Mrs. Turner will in future re side ill Vuleba. PERSO...

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

rvWf fi*v ADDITIONAL SERVICES iJA N J: i„ j.'.1' I V KM1A - MITCHKIA „ , :,tl Every Wednesday & Saturday UKISBAXE • DALliY - GUAKL EVILLIi and lJcturn .. '. Every Saturday BKJ.S13ANE - DAL13Y - CHAR L1CVILLE - QTJILPIE and itoiurn Alternate Saturdays Local Agent:— i FOW'LBS & 8PJSN0BU iJty. LttL PHONE 177. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD. 8TAM1DE SERVICE VVooi.anti Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen itock -and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MERCHANDISE • WOOL: Try • "i.hv; ilsuilus''—Cousigu your wool to "Kstutcs'' liuliniba. Qui lung auiiuay eipciiunce ensures maximum results. Liberal advances made ugtuiibt cn&ueiug ulip. FAT fai'OCK; Lei us au jour worrying—we will order trucks lor you, obtain permits, truck and consign your i'ats to "The Estates," tiaunon Hill, where our experienced ciassers and salesmen will ensure maximum pricesslor you. . . SXOBJi HiOUli.: Whether buying or selling, try "The instates" lii'bt. We have Branch Offices throughout tlio wh...

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

] Droutjn 's M5D0UIRLL 5? ROMA Good Morning. To our many customers in* Roma and surrounding dis- , tricts. In extending to you our sincere good wishes for the Xmas Season and for a Happy and Prosperous New Year, we desire to express appreciation for your past custom and look forward to a continuance of that pleasant relationship in the future. Dratiqn Lttoyoatty \ A NEW SET OF TEETH J WITH : NATURAL PINK GUMS : os ; Plastic Plates > Repairs Same Day ! ROY ROD, LD.Q. Dentist • ■ Arthur St BIG DANCE ORALLO HALL JANUARY 8, 1949 Proceeds in aid of Scbtol of Aits Hall A. H. SIMPSON. Hon. Sec. NOTICE ANY pomon found cutting timber of any description ou "^e0Pwa^er will be prosecuted. " H. A. PEEKINS, «. Manager. NOTICE — rpttv. Soldiers' Memorial at Muckadillu ■t wyi be unveiled by Mr. Blain, M.H E., ex-V.O.W., on. JANUARY 8, P.O.W.'s, Beturned Soldiers and particularly 2/10th men, are asked to attend. _ ~ ALSO GENEBAL PUBLIC H. E. FEBBXEB, *■ Hon. Secretary. TENDERS mEKDEKS ate invited...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AIMS OF LOCAL KINDERGARTEN (The following article has been contributed by the Roma District Creche and Kindergarten Association.—Ed.) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

AIMS OF LOCAL KINDERGARTEN (Tlie following article has been contributed by the Boma District Creche and Kindergarten Associa tion.—Ed.) Jhe aim- of kindergarten work is not formal education, but rather the "play way." We aim at phy sical development and natural bodily activity of all kinds is en couraged and stimulated. Intellectually, we aim to allow all modes of expression that arc natural to the child: singing, modelling, draw inn, painting, story-tell in«, speech guidance, examining living tiling, e<''. Wo also aim at character development with the beginnings of punctuality, fjood manners, correct language, clean linens, neatness, cheerfulness, happiness, truthfulness, obedience and consider ation and respect for others. With these aims we will implement the following programme in 19-)!), sub ject to modification and adaptation for the various age groups of the children Mondcys: Morning Talk and Danc ing; Radio; Cutting Out; Morning Tea; Host Period; Gaines. Sand Work...

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

A fighting plant does much* more than light your home . . . it supplies power to operate irons, toasters, vacuum cleaners and other labour-saving appliances. Plants are available at reasonable prices and are very economical to operate. It will pay you to write NOW for full details. And at TOQWOOMBA, ROCKHAMPTON, BUNDABERG, MACKAY, TOWNSVJLLE and CAIRNS Harley's DANDRUFF LOTION Antiseptic and cleansing, will effectively remove all trace* of dandruff* Relieve! Itching scalp and chccki falling hair. Keep* the hair glowy mi healthy. (May be used In^conJunetJon with Htrlcy*i ANTI-DANDRUFF SHAMPOO*/ ftrlu par bottto, po«t#d, f 3/6 DAVID Pharmacies 265 GEORGE ST. BRISBANE. SBnmekei BRISBANC fc TOOWOOMBA. "CtCc^Z&i/ what your doctor^orders ." uiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiniiititiriiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir_ | SHERRY'S 1 I AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I s 'DISPOSAL STORE. | 70 ANN STREET, BRISBANE.' § OUR GUARANTEE^—Money Refunded if aot...

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

u VACUUM. MILKING MACHINES The MatUfaU pressure Milker .... High vacuum Is the menace. It ruins more cows than anything else. Milk ing plants should not be operated on S vacuum higher than W or 12 ins. he Ridd operates on low vacuum—by KTERNAL pressure atone in the closest Sostlbla Imitation of the best hand milk ig, while the "Ridd" Sfop-over Port Puljator System permits normal blood circulation during milking. The "RIDD" Combines the action lof Ndtuhe & Cut&m If you are not using a "Rldd" Milker, it may ba possible to fit "Rldd" tset cupi and »o enable you to reduce the vacuum to 11 Inches. Write for data! la. Winchcombe Carson Ltd. 99 EACLE St., BRISBANE H Branches at: Rockhampton, Longreach, Hughenden, Emerald, ^^^M^__Charlevllle!_Da|byL Goondiwindi, Miles, Tara, St. UNGU TOBYS BATS Give the children a bright start for die busy day ahead. Serve Uncle Toby's Oats for break fast Every delicious plateful of Uncle Toby's Oats contains 66 units of the Vitality Vitamin...

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

What Every « Woman Should Know.... Everyone's hair Is not alike but varies in type and texture. It therefore requires different methods of treatment if the best results are to be achieved. By making your appoint ments for Perming, Cut ting, Setting, Tinting or Dyeing with a member of the MASTER HAIR DRESSERS ASSOCIATION, you are always sure of the necessary skilled atten tion. Look for the Salon showing the MASTER HAIRDRESSERS ASSOCI ATION Certificate: It's your guarantee of perfec tion In hair treatment. Aulhotiscd by Master Hairdtisscr* Association of Qtd., 293 Queen St., Brixbavt SEARCHING FOR TROTH? SEND FOB FBEE BOOKLET "PREACHING THE TRUTH" THE 8ECBETABT: Gospel Extension Socicty, 660 EUTHVBN ST., TOOWOOMBA. NO POBTAOB Biqm&EP. Orn€4 & rkESIGNJCD lo provide cxiuiiln listener* uilli (lie ultimate In radio enjoyment. Philips model 108 is a radio to be proud of. rr« a 5-va!v« dual wave, battery operatcd receiver, with "on-off" twitch com bined villi flic tone cont...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUN BATH-- DON'T SUNBURN BABY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

SUN BATH » DON'T SUNBURN BABY Summer holidays always bring to Maternal and Child Welfare Centres an unusually large number of babies and children suffering from sunburn. Suiue tit' them U.'iVj. been 1m<11 y burll <i(] and (lie poor little miles arc very sie]t and niTtrJied—probably with some lisc Of temperature ami hoiioi'H 1 upset ajiarl fjoin the jj:iin of 111,. Ituriled area itself. Most of these children arc fair skinned. gulden or red haired types, al though any children who iiavo lived >" city dwellings such as flats or apart ments and hail very little cxposurt. to clear sunlight will burn when sjicmliiin even »n lionr or two on a sea beach. Mothers often do not realise that burns from the sun are just like burns from the stove or any other heating appliance, and children should be protected from them just as carefully. Start early The best general way to guard agiiinst sunbui'n is to give baby gradual sunbaths from the age of about one mouth. These .i...

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

For QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, etc. Write for Lesflcta P.H. EBBOTTACo. Ply. Ltd. 360 Quien tlrait, Brltbtni YOU GET RESULTS AUSTUALOlil', BLACK ORPINGTON, WHITE LliUIlOliN ClUUKiiNS NOW available They're Selected, Trapnested, Blood Tested nnd GOOD. Also Aust riilorp, Wliito Leghorn Laying j Pullets and Breeding Boosters. SEND FOE PRICE LIST. KIANGA CHICKEN SUPPLIES ELDBIDGE STEEET, T00Y70NG, BRISBANE. MARANDA CORDIAL WORKS FOB TOUS COBDIALB AING XJ SOMA ALL DBINK8 TBTTE TO LABEL It TRAMAOOHt, WTHDHJ.il «* DAVE MOYES SADDLER, ABTHTJR BTBEET, SOMA. Baddies and Collars Gounterlined ■ and General Bepairs. I New Saddles, Bridles, Harness .and Leather Goods on Sale. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT * TTHimoN. For Shifting the EARTH BRITSTAND ROTO-SCRAFERS —lightweight, (tardy* Operate be* hind wheel tr*ctar» of *ny Suitable (or Te-eellinf orchtrdt, dems, instil imnkti tilt pMl tod til general ntoplof and level ling GonpUMr ewMM. frta trtetor. BRITSTAND SOT SCOOPS -leuDH of the pfcUet hinted de af...

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

RULES -- A LA RAFFERTY The official journal of the State Government Insurance Office, "In surance Lines,'' offers these "Safety Last" rules Tor driving. Tliey are, the journal claims, drawn up by the Safety Last, Motoring Club, whose membership has suffered con siderably of lulu by the untimely pass ing of so many of its leading lights. (1) Always drivc fast out of alleys; you may hit a policeman. There's no telling. ■ (2) Always race with locomotives to crossings. The drivers like it: it breaks the monotony of their job. (3) Always pass the car ahead on curves. Don't use your horn .because it might uu-nervc the other fellow aud cause him to turn out too far. (4) Demand half the road—the middle half. Insist on your rights. (0) Always lock your brakes when skiddding; it makes the job much more artistic. Often you can even turn cloar round. (6) Always drive close to pedestrians in- wet weather. Dry cleaners will crcct a uHiuumeat to your memory. (7) Never sound your horn on the road d...

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

CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS Men's 66 2-3 Metres: First lieat, P. Dodson (11) 1, B. Brackcr (6) 2, L. McManus (4) 3; time, 52 sees. Second heat, P. Arthur (4) 1, K. Fulwood (3) 2, G. Brown (3) 3; time, 51 2-5 gees. Third'lieat, M. Cherry (3) 1,K. Haupt (3) 2, E. Booker (4) 3; time, 48 4-5 sees. Ladies' 33 1-3 Metres: First heat, B. Hadwen (go) 1, C. Lenthan (1) 2, D. Sponcer (4) 3; time, 24 2-6 sees. Sec ond heat, P. Phillips (go) 1, C. Kenny (go) 2, C. Aahney (2) 3; time, 26 3-5. Apple Eating Bace, Junior Boys: C. Fulwood 1, P. Partridge 2, C. Vickery. 8. Junior Girls' 38 1-3 Metres: L. An derson (go) 1, T. Julius (1) 2, M. Schneider (2) 3. Time, 26 2-6 sees. Sub-Junior Girls 38 1-S Metres: B. Wilson (1) 1, V. Dunlop (4) 2, P. Robinson (3) 3. Time, 30 3-5 sees. Musical Ball (mon): B. Braeker 1, B. Booker 2. Barrel Bace (Junior Boys): D. Lynch 1, D. Booker 2. Midget Boys' 16 2-8 Metres: First heat, 0. Whitehead (gu) 1, P. Feeney (2) 2, B^. Nugent (2) 8; time. 17 2-5 sees. Second heat, I. W...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEN'S SPORTS ROMA TO PLAY TOOWOOMBA TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

MEN'S SPORTS ROMA TO PLAY TOOWOOMBA TEAM (By "Leg Break.'') Ijc.s IVilil'ord, Die Ituina slow ley hreali iinwh'i-, lias heen selc-fed lu exp lain lift? Jfonia AJ that will play a "Banks" leani from Toowoomba. in Boma, cm January 2 :in<l II. Fettifrvd will lend one of Hip strong est lemur lhat Jiuina has I'ieJdrd for Home time. Frank llardcastle, Roma's lending all rounder, will not be playing. The (earn is as follows;—L. Petti ford (Colts), captain, slow leg break; h. Cuiinin^liani (Suburbs), all rounder; A. Glover (Colts), all rounder; B. Way (Suburbs), hafnium; C. Caecwcl! (Suburbs), keeper and batsman; M. Laiigton (Colts), all rounder; M. Corks (Suburbs), batsman; F. Lavertv (Mae's Gully), bowler; 3tf. Gibson (Mac's Gully). .-ill rounder; L. Castles (Mue's Gully), bowler; .T. Moynilian (Suburbs), slow bowler; D. Bennett. 12th mail (Mac's Gully), batsman. Other inter-town matches in,the near future include games against Wandoan, in Boma, on January 30 and 31, and agains...

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

Art Union Results liesuiis oi the Great Western Art Onion conducted by the Western Dis trict Branch it.S.S.A.l.L.A., and drawn at the Memorial Hall, Too woomba, on December l(j, were:—First prize, H h.y. Jford Auglia Sedan, Ticket Mo. 89,008, Al. and V. lieitz, Kosevale, lnjune; 2nd, silent Knight lietrigera tor, Mo. liLiii, Mrs. Arch Taylor, Mel rose, Mobbyj 3rd, Airzone Portable Wireless, .No. 32,280, 1>. C. Crombie, Middle itidge, Toowoomba; ilh, Air zunc V Vacuum Cluaacr, No. lii.OUt), M. Jones, 80 iluuie Street, Toowoomba; 5tii, Taenia Walkie Talkie ltadiu, No. 83,051; jBeiyl Shallvy, P.O., Tarnbo; tith, Lady's Wristlet Watch, Mo. 96,780, J. Maun 34 Kali: Street, Toowoomba; 7th, Lady's Travelling ling, Mo. 62,770, J. Jameson, c/o Shell Co., Konui; 8th, Uent'B Wristlet Watch, Mo. 50,389, Mrs. Axtell, Heal Street, Mew i'uxm, Brisbane; 0 th, Euglisk China Utility Set, Mo. 00,211), E. U. White, 7 Cotte filoe Street, Toowoomba; 10th, Electric Clock (Battery), Mo. 81,010, D. JU. F...

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

TWO BOWLING COMPETITIONS Two more competitions were brought to a- conclusion at the week-end. 0 lY'Uif'nrd for limitiiwaiU* in I lie JJ UritilL' KuigJi'*. while the Pairs was mod by ttleiu and 13yine Tt'roui Hsnrker and Yariiii. Henry lVtlifori] was iu form when he met Doutf JJrailhwaite and was .jogging along happily si low in front for several cuds when Uoug., who hud the niul. sunt down the j;u-k for a long end. Thin "sive liiin tho iidvniiluge, which he kept, until it looked us though he had the edge on Henry. ! The latter, however, got the i length and the lead changed hands again, Henry winning convincingly 31-25. Congratulations to both oil a good game. Good fight Stein and Byrne were fighting all tlie time against the redoubtable Varein iiftd Hacker. Tlio former pair would have led by a greater margin had not a very skil ful shot given Varcin and Hacker a very fine five. The last few ends were played With the score very close and concentration was at a high pitch. Stein and ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Canberra commentary OPPOSITION PARTIES' FIRM PARTNERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

Canberra commentary OPPOSITION PARTIES' FIRM PARTNERSHIP By a Canberra Political Correspondent Observers at the national cspit.-u believe tliat the continued and im pressive solidarity ot Opposition Parties in Federal Parliament last session as proof that the anti Labour forces will be firmly united in the fight against Socialism in 19-19. ™<\V knmv ti,!U Uu, politic.-,] (li'vclO|ii]n.,i| i„ Vi«-(,,,-J„ ,c,;Tl! hy "ol" fu n,.1" ry"n""aomt,!iUe dis wol h:,vr ilnv UniV "" t,'t' fm"t "f ">* ' . 1l,e 1'Vdm.l I Jiroiigbom II... ,„„B WSKi(1„ "V ' UJ'',Ositi0» imrlios , ''■•"•'"'•"ions rehninns, faH' 1.1'HHi.cd l,v lMs o" . OS,s™. Harrison ,,llddcjl at (]10 cnd-ol-scsion ,)!irtv fw t)je J)jwg A consensus of opinio,, h, ,l,e l(lb), *. W,Jen Mirl.y burly of tl.c fV'o SC"S'°" 1,a,i sul,si,,c,1' thai ; Oi,po,,),o„ „„r(k,s hBd mmc t[|:iu l <".' ,;vc" WJtl> the Government". Government lost face he Government, practically full SV- its -and it* Chief liixocutioncr,'' Mr...

Publication Title: Western Star
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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 24 December 1948

for Women Only j Special care is needed when laundering rayons, as the material tends to cut or tear easily while wet. l\sc 1 u l\r-« ;i rni hu<1s and gcn.tly Mjuer/.e :• im1 Itn^;u] t<» remove grime. Avoid rubbing as iinii'li as possible, rinse if tlie article is white. It is not rimse if article in white. It in not advisable to use a wringer for rayons witlj Hips, but luiis or fastenings. Invariably the material will cut., so use a spinner or wring carefully by hand, wrapping a towel in folds of material to strengthen. Heavy articles nhould be dried out iloors until nearly dry, then ironed immediately (re-damping teudw to make j a bin!i'IkmI appearanee) . j Light articles can be rolled tightly, in a clean towol until auiost dry, then ironed. ! SILK AND NYLON Wash «fl«r each wearing—remember that perspiration tends to rot. Use lukc-warm suds and squeeze ;;ently. as for wool. Rinse twice and s<jueey.e water from stockings by roll ing up from foot to ...

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

TWILIGHT SLEEP By DB, G. L. WOOD, Profess »r at Commerce at tbc tfrrtrorsity of Melbourne. The prosperity following a groat war Is largely mere mirage. Mea sured by money, most countries are living in plenty; prices QBd incomes are higher than ever before; wages aw at an all-time peak; profits seemingly have not sagged, at leaat 1M wolume; and capital acoumula n&ns, despite taxation, are enor mous. In these conditions spending has risen to astounding levels, but ob all sides we hear complaints that the purchasing power or money to at an all-tJme low. The old time tosstetor went through a green stage wtace the glitter of pyrites in the alluvial made hira think im had discovered a bonanza, only to find that this "fool's gold" was worCUeos. People today are being fooled by moun tains of money, pnmmfadn« -that are still rising In the upUft of Inflation. | The overriding economic problem Is to preserve, at least, the present purchasing power of money. What ever ideas we allow to ...

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

ROMA BATTERY SERVICE ABTHUB STREET, EOMA, PHOW1B: nt : • Agent* Qneeuland Battarie* Fir. Ltd. Oar Radio Hodielightina aid Motoi Oral* IHtaotj Dry Battcri** AH make*, Type* and Site* of Battarie* Bebnilt, Bepaired and Be charged at a reasonable eoat all work (fnaran teed by a Battery Expert. All Teitiig Fitting and DUtilled Water Free. BENTAL BATTEBIE6 AY'AILABLl

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