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"Runabout" writes on how..... INJUNE PARTY INSPECTS PEAK DOWNS AND BLAIR ATHOL FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

"Runabout" writes on how INJUNE PARTY INSPECTS PEAK DOWNS AND BLAIR AIM ritu) ttfiShiNG lo see the central district of Queensland and particularly Peak Downs and the Blair Athol coal fields, a party recently left Injune and 70 miles from Injune, on Warrinilla, saw the Shell Oil Development using a rotary plant, latest idea from U.S.A., sink ing scout bores up to 800 feet in depth. Ihe plant is all mounted on a truck and can be moved from site to site with a minimum of trouble. A bulldozer clears the site beforehand. With 30 men in the team a' lot , cf very interesting work is being carried on by a team of experts. WarriuiJla Station is iu the drought tii i'a and conditions coulil not be worse. Arouud Holleston some green spots were seen, but towards Springsure tlie drought holds sway. 40,000 acres ploughed Towards Kwerald some liglit rains had fallen and a green tinge was show-, ing. From Emerald to Capclla and out to Peak Downs the country is very dry, as no rain of any consequence...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RECORD CROWD EXPIRED FOR BIG INTER-TOWN SWIMMING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

RECORD CROWD EXPIRED FOR BIG " ^ INTER-TOWN SWIMMING CARNIVAL . A record crowd is expected to attend the inter-town swimming car nival to be held in the'Roma Town Baths on Monday night. . The Queensland Amateur Swimming Assofciation, parent hody_ of swimming in th? State, is sending a very string team up for the carnival, while other competitors include visitors from Toowoomba' and Yuleba. - v ■ ■ t Q.A.S.A. Secretary (Mt. Emer son) will 'be travelling with bis team; and will officiary time' all events. Tie oomprolienBivo'programme caters for all grades from senior to midgets. The main seating area has been set . aside tor reservations, which ma^y be pvircliaSei -now at the batbB. Interest'in the competition swims will centre in the clash between. Olym pian Denise Spencer, who headB a talented local i-team, and Miss Bobin Wedgewood, a', native of Toowoomba, who is .regarded in Brisbane swuiuning circles - as,the find of the year. Performances of some of the visit ing swimmers are:— ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

THIS FENCE IS PROTECTED BY ELECTRIC FENCER A single wire gives unrivalled pro tection from dingoes! On one property, 125 miles of charged fencing were kept under close observation for Six months, with amazing results. Graziers all over Queensland are installing the "Big Six," and 'it will help solve YOUR dingo problem. . ■ Write TO-DAY for full details. JiWmcSiifkiMMhfdftirlL ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BIGHT.BRIS., B35C1. And at TOOWOOMBA — BUNDABERG — ROCKHAMPTON — MACKAY TOWNSVILLC and CAIRNS For the Treatment of Mange, Eczema, etc., usa David's NU-KOTE An affective, antiseptic, soothing and healing Mange Dressing for d>g*. Unequallad for reviving the coat and promoting Its grot Price per bottle, 3/6 and 265 6E0RGE ST. BRISBANE ft 6 Branches BRISBANE {.TOOWOOMBA. I SHERRY'S i I AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I | DISPOSAL STORE. § 1 70 ANN STREET, BRISBANE. j § OUR GUARANTEE:.—Mouex Refunded if aot Fully Satisfied. " TBUU&Eltti, new junkie greuu, ail uiiue, 10,11 |)U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

PIPE SMOKERS ANDREW MCGEE 1 Castlcreagh St., niid 70 Pitt St., SYDNEY (':ik Hupply ]j & I'ii. ~>6/; Gr.mii Slam 49/9; Orlil; :)."/; Civic 2(1/!); OB. P. 20/; Kosobcrrv 24/; Im perial 24/; Dr. Plumb I -I'll; Trwins 33/0; Cnpliiin Blank IS/. (Kegistcrcd Post to Your Door) Mall Orders to 70 Pitt Street SYDNEY. Get rid of Horn* BEFBRt Half atmrt / Ob *MBatlaa«l BATETCHDnQU, OEBOKHKB D«t>»rn» >btnt bUfdfaf tnOiiB artttna(rai,.htn|b«ii *m1 •podw pt4&k.«« In ft» I notbv fer 90 ■Efatt* 4 Sot11*-"- WH «• ' 11111111 mlT W »HCKWW ^/v^i R,GWr^c£" %/i ^ The Hibiscus Cold Safe measures S8in x 18in x 18in and is so designed that a draught is always aerating the con tents keeping food fresh and safe. Absolutely insect-prool, the Hibiscus Gold Safe requires no ice and very little attention. Made of Galvanised iron, finished in. simulated alumin ium, it lasts a lifetime. £4/6/6 EACH. Ice Ohests and Kerosene Refrigerators available. FOOD SAFES AND OOVEES galvanised Hanging Saf...

Publication Title: Western Star
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LANGTON-CASEWLL SHOW GOOD FORM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

LANGIOMASEWELL SHOW GOOD FORM (By 'Xeg Break.") . I The Soma representative XI had a great work out last Sunday afternoon in preparation for their match next Sunday and Monday against a combined. Toowoomba "Banks" team. Opening bat Cascwell, I lie ouly Borna '' Bank" player in the team, showed great form for his first bat since early last season. Casewell showed the broad face of the bat to anything that was on the wicket and was very severe to any thing loose on the off side. Of the bowlers Langton was the most impressive. Langton can do as much or more will) the ball tlmn any other slow lionler in the district. Somehow "M-itk" is content to toss up the orthodox leg break. Soiue of his "wrong 'uns" on Sun day werc gems. CHANGE IN TEAM There has been to date one change iii the representative team. Ulover, opening fast bowler, is not available. Tommy Ferrier is my choice for the vacancy. Ferrier is the betft outfielder ive liHve with the exception of W. Brenuan, and in addition may m...

Publication Title: Western Star
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FREAK WOOL LEVELS FOR SOME TYPES OF WOOL REACHED HERE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

FREAK WOOL LEVELS FOR SOME TYPES OF WOOL REACHED HERE A Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. report says that the wool market has reached phenomenal levels in Australian currency for speciality and other spinners' types. All classes of the staple have not a'.ccnded to these outstanding levels, however, the report says. The rise, it i-ont iuuen. lias been par licnlarly murkt'd for crosslireds. In comparison with closing values of hist .liuii1, fi111'. medium and i:oai'«c .•ii.ssliif.ls arc -fl to 23 per cent, ■lea rcr. Medium and <'(inr.se grades particu ' l.-irly were only attracting von* limited attention up lo some weeks ago, lint their ivl.-ilive cheapness ami probably (lie desire to secure stocks of tliem lias attracted competition. The I'liiled States, although con siderably more active than four months ago, is not forcing the pace in bidding. Kussia lias bought in fair quantities Wat llu: routiuent chiefly, also Great Uritain. Ti:if= purchased the great bulk of the wools this se...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

ENGAGEMENT NOTICE O'BRIEN—ISLES: The engagement is announced of Patricia Anne, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Brien. "Golden Green," Roma, to Stewart Roystone, second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Isles, St. George. THANKS Afli. &, illlS. 1IAKKY AULLDli, of Yulebu, wish to express (heir very sincere Thanks tu Drs. Uudson, Main and Feather, Matron Colo and Htat'f of the Cicnerul lioBpilai^ iiorna, lor the at tention and consideration sUuwn to Harry in his recent illness. IN MEM0R1AM COUGHLAN: In loving memory of Auntie Mary, who departed this life 28th December, 1947. "Oh, though oft depressed and lonely, All my tears are laid aside— If I but remember only   Such as she have lived and died." (Inserted by her sorrowing Niece, Margaret Walsh.) MURRAY, William Gibson: In loving memory of my dear Husband, who died January 3, 1942. I miss you dear,   I'm sad and lonely. (Inserted by his loving Wife, Sarah.) TREMAYNE: In loving memory of our dear Mother,...

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PRETTY ROMA WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

PRETTY ROMA WEDDING St. Paul's Church of England was the setting of a pretty wed- ding on Saturday, November 27, when Dulcie Nola Turnbull, Roma, was married to Mr. Gerald Fred- erick Battley, Roma. The bride entered the church on the arm of her uncle Mr. Allan White, who subsequently gave her away. Her wedding gown of all-over lace featured a sweetheart neckline and   tight fitting bodice, with short sleeves. The fully flared skirt was finished with a full length train and she wore   a pearl pendant, set in silver, which was a gift from her Aunt Ruth. Her   veil was of embroidered tulle with bonnet-shaped headdress. Miss Margaret Battley and Mrs. Norman Kadel, who acted as brides- maid and Matron of Honour, were frocked alike in waterwave organdie over taffeta. Their frocks favoured very full skirts, with wide-shaped waistbands and finished off with red roses. Mr. Alex Coomber was best man and Mr. Norman Kadel groomsman. Canon Eva officiated. ...

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Child, 4, Swallowed Screw [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 31 December 1948

Child, 4, Swallowed Screw Four year old Carel McKinnan of Mt. Isa, was rushed to the Roma Hos- pital by Ambulance from ... where she is holidaying with friends, last   night, after she had swallowed a half- inch screw. The trip was made dur ing the heavy storm early last night.

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GUARD AGAINST DISEASE HEALTH COUNCIL WARNS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

GUARD AGAINST DISEASE HEALTH COUNCIL WARNS The terms " infection'''and " dis ease" are often loosely applied, al though there is actually a world of difference between them, a Health Education Council bulletin warm, infection, it says, may bo briefly de fined us the entry of disease-producing -germs into the body, Disease is a state which follows, when those germs, or same other disease-producing agents, liave been able to disrupt tlie body functions. Disease, however, the bulletin con tinues, does not follow infection as a matter of course. If it did, the human race might shortly become extinct. Broadly speaking, infection of the human body can occur in any of the following ways:— { (a) Through the skin. By way of cuts, abrasions and septic akin infec tions. <b) Through the mouth. Mainly from foods or water contaminated by disease-producing organisms. (c) Through the air passages and lungs. By breathing in disease-producing or ganisms. INFECTION PREVENTATIVES The greates...

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AUSTRALIA GROWING MORE WOOL NOW THOUGH QUEENSLAND FIGURES DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

AUSTRALIA GROWING MORE WOOL NOW THOUGH QUEENSLAND FIGURES DOWN A Wiiuhcombe Carson Limited wool report says thai th«! quantity " of the new season's clip received at Australian stores from July 1 to November 30 was 2,352,163 bales, an increase of 13 per cent, compared with the previous year. The increase occurs in New South Wales (143,228 bales), Victoria (85,155 bales). South Australia (12,643 bales), Western I Australia (6379 bales). 1 Tasmania showed no material change, but the Queensland figures declined 37,027 bales. 5 u New South Wales a practically uninterrupted shearing by rain tended to make the total received for the first five months of tho season greater ttruj in Jius,ay years, but a EwbstuM \al "rise in the weight of wool grown b..t been experienced. The average price -obtained tor j the wool geld or ItJ.Bid. reflected | t>ie higher market seen, being I over 30 per cent, above the figure obtained a rear before. During December the higher results have been wore emphas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

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CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

CLUB SWIMMING RESULTS Inlortown swimming carnival results )n Monday night were:— Mcii'b 100 Metres Open Freestyle [scratch race): P. Maxwell (Ipefficli) I, P. Dodson (Boma) 2, G. Hoey (Qld. tjniversity) 3. Time, 66 2-5 sees. Ladies' 100 Metres Open Freestyle [scratch): Deaise Spencer (Boma) 1, R. Wedgwood (Toowoomba) 2, J. Speed (Ipswich) 3. Time, 71 sees. Junior Boys' 66 2-8 Metres (scratch); D. Mason (Brisbane) 1, K. Haupt (Boma) 2, M. Cherry (Boma) 3; Time, 11 3-5 sees. Junior Girls' 33 1-3 Metres Breast itroke (scratch): B. McLennan (Boma) 1, E. Eacott (Brisbane) 2, B. Grenier [Boma) 3. Tinifi, 28 1-10 sees. Men's 66 2-3 Metres Freestyle Han dicap: K. Fulwood (Boma) 1, G. Brown (Boma) 2, B. Booker (Boma) i. Time) SO 3-5 secB. ' Ladies' 33 1-3 Metres Open Breast stroke (scratch): B. Bacott (Brisbane) 1, D. Spencer (Boiua) 2, B. Grenier (Boma) 3. Time, 25 4-5 sees. Sub-Junior Boys' 66 2-3 MetreB Freestyle (scratch): D. Trennery (Too woomba) 1, P. Partridge (Boma) 2, N. Grant (Boma...

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Fifty years ago today [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Fifty years ago today W1TH tile New Year celebrations ' well belaud them, the citizenry of Roma at the end of tli'e iirst week in 1899 were settling down to a year's hard work. Wheal, according to tlic couiuicrciul notes of Tho Wosturu Star of January 7 of thut year, was selling wholesale in 3/3 u ljusllol, maize at ii/} and wlieatcn chaff at iiH/lU/ u ton." iiggs liad drop ped to 1/ a dozen retail, butter was priced at 3/ a lb., local bacon at Od., hoiify from 4d. to Od., and potatoes at J/. '( For £1 easli, 'at Bryant and Mc Lean's young men of afluencc could purchase a tweed coat and - trousers, a felt hat, regatta shirt, single^, pair of socks, pocket hand kerchief, and a pair of bluclier boots. Politics were becoming popular, with Lhc stage being set lliuu. as it now, for a general cleetiuu. : ji the .own 'b 12 publicans hmt Uisld :i mm Uug ind decided to form a oiaucli of the JueenBlund United Licensed Victuallers Association tu prevent Governments of .lie day from discriminat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

EDGCL1 CANNED VEGETABLES __ _SSi YM Wf liavL. llurt repeated requests Iiom on. luumiy customers iw ••Kiluell" Tinned Vegetables during llii-i (1 ry wciitlier. Those vegetables arc ricli in vitamin and nutritious content ready prepared !'<ir <■!>I in>: and may lie served Jicit. or cold. We cannot stress too fuiiv 11:. i.iij tJ:ose lines will play J in your Uitclieu. ] BUY IN EULK. AND SAVB MONEY." 1 aUoit. Tins CUEliN I'liAtS 'Si/ dust. ltjoz. Tins Giili.KI'i l'UAS .. . 14/ .do'/. 30oz. Tins i'iifiWL'll liliA-NH s-. .. ~A/ doa. ltfois. Tins ilClilN"Cii lii'JAMS 11/ doz. 3Uoz. Tins CAHKOTS W duz. ltioz. Tins CA1U(01M .. 12/'duz. Mas. Tills BEETROOT W doz. 30oz. Tius CAULlFLUWJiSE* .. .. •.. ' *1/ doz. ltioz. Tins CAULIFLOWERS" 1 P"'% ^ W <ioz. 3Uaz. TiuB '■** . - ......... li^/G doz, -1/ doz - ^ ^uz" - IMMXW T1 fll flit .. .- 15/ tloz. lei fleiiume (ircaseproof l'apcr, eucli 1/7; 4oz. Tins Norwegian Sar jlines, per doz. 17/; lioz. Tills Lituy uar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

A FTEB fourteen clear days from to day applications will be made to the Supreme Court Brisbane for Grants of Probate of the, following Wills. Any person interested who desires to object to any application'or to be M6ar* upon' it may file a- Caveat is the Registry at any time before the relevant Graut is mad*. DECEASED: HWftBKBT WILLIAM kAUKDEE, late of Arthur Street. Soma in the State of Queensland, Be tired Grazier, * APPLI0ANT8: NOBMAN MEPPEM MAUNDEB of "Benbow," near Wal himbilia in the said State, Farmer, jind CLAUDE MEPPEM MAUNDEB of "The Banch," near Wallumbilla afore said Grazier, lawful sons of the said deceased, and th^ Executors appointed by the Will and Codicil dated respec tively the Nineteenth day of February 1940, and the Eighth day of Septem ber lfl48 SOLICITOBS: B. H. DYBALL & PACK, MoDowaU Street, Boma. Town Agents: Chambers McNab & Co., Solicitors, 33 Queen Street, Brit bane. A FTEB fourteen clear days from to day applications will be made to the Su...

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NEAR RECORD CROWD SAW LOCAL SWIMMERS DOWN VISITING TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

A "»eac swimming 7* j team ran out victors in the contest, winning XI out o£ the 24 events on the programme{ for a total of 100 points. The visiting Queensland Amateur Swimming Association team took sine events for a total of 80 points. Main interest in the night was in the clashes between Deuise and. 17-year-old Tqojvoomba swimming find, Bobin Wedgewood, now training in Brisbane under the supervision of Bill Fleming, who made her first public appearance at the carnival. which prorrod one of the most ex citing races «{ the nigbt, Deuiao, however, was swimming on at the end of the race to win. by a length in 71 seconds, only 1-5 sec. out side her Queensland record. Uobin, however, put up a game per formance. She bad to be assisted from the baths, and said afterwards that she had swum the last half lap, when she came home very strongly, in a black out, caueed by a severe cramp. In the shorter 88 1-8 metres later in! the night, however, when Bobin was thought to have a chance of beatin...

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MOOREFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

MOOREFIELD TWO-YEAB-OLD HANDICAP, 5F. (Fillies) (12.45).—Tivoli KUv 0.3, Chartreuse it.O, Emulation 8.0, Play Lunch 8.0, Lii Hess .8.0, Skycra 8.0, Skyvolon 8.0, Primrose 7.12, Dinvalia 7.12, Kinhrucc 7.10, Starlet 7.10, Athcnia 7.10, Sweet Wor<Js 7.7, Sweet 7.(3, Jeliel 7.4, Palm Bunch 7.4 Lover's Chase 7.0. TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, iiP. (Colts and Geldiug.s) (1.20).—t>rosan 9.0. Pregala 8.3, Sky Streamer 8.3, Trader 8.3. Clansman 7.3Royal Parade 7.12 .Royjil-Tour 7.12, Gallant Rob 7.10, SliHkeHpeHvc 7.7, Editor 7.7. " BRIGHTON MIXED STAKES, OF. (1.55).—Robyn Lynette 8.7, Valiant Pox 8.0, Highlight 8.0, Sailing 8.0, Lady Bevron 8.0. Magdala 8.0, Hinter land 8.0, Recite 8.0, Count Spear 8.0 Beau d'Or 8.0, Mamial>oUa 8.0, Red ress 7.7, Lady in Grey 7.7, Lady Standfast 7.7, Soft Soap 7.7, La Glacis ,7.7. Gift 7.7, Parlona 7.7, Steel Flash 7.7, Liberty 7.7, Shannon Rise .7,7, Lady Beralii 7.7. KOGARAH MIXED STAKES, 1M. j(2.3i)). — Caribbean 8.7, Double Strength 8.7, Roto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

THANKS MV- PIKE wishes to Thank Dr. Boilsnn, Matron and Nursing Htaff of tho liomu Hospitn] for ihoir kind attention to hi* late wife during Mb ud bereavement. Be nlpn extend* special titanic* (o Mr. and Mrs. Mtisfes.

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