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MITCHELL HOSPITAL APPEALS FOR VOLUNTEER NURSES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

MITCHELL HOSPITAL APPEALS fOR VOLUNTEER NURSES Mitchell Hospital authorities yesterday appealed to any district residents trained In nursing to undertake part-time employment on the staff of the Hitched Hospital, now functioning In a restricted capacity because of staff short ages. All reBideute who are qualified and able to assist are asked to contact the matron, who will arrange suitable houre of duty. Award rates will be paid foi hours worked. The Hospital Board secretary (Mr. W. 0. H. Lester), releasing details of the appeal to The Western Star yes terday, said that the hospital was only functioning at all becauBe of the efforts of Matron Frawley and her staff of young assistant nurses, th« majority of whom had had short experience In hospital work. They had all, however, cheer fully accepted the additional- bur den of. work as part of their duty to the public. Mr. Lester revealed that the daily average on in-patients ranged from 10 to 15, requiring a staff of at least nine nurs...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Late Personal News [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Late Personal News Mr. Jos Bobinson arrived back in flowa last night, after a three weeks holiday in Brisbane. With Mrs. Robinson, who is still in Brisbane, lie .slaved with her sister, Miss FitzGernld. at her bom<i in New Pttnn,

Publication Title: Western Star
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NO MERRY NEW YEAR FOR TOWN VISITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

NO MERRY NEW YEAR FOR TOWN VISITOR New Tear's Day was sot a many aff2ir fox 2S-year-ol& casual labourer, Peter HoIUngg, of no permanent address. Following complaints to (he police, lie was arrested on two charges ef wjlfuland unlawful damage while stay ing at tlie Empire Hotel. He was charged on the first co>mt ivitH having destroyed one pair of dreralls valued at'35/ and cse tin of"paint valued at 10/, the profrirtj'oi Mr. Arthur Lee. On 11# secondcount walls of the back verapdah of tie Em pixe Hotel, t» the value of £7/16/. On Monday, before Messrs V. J. Chardon and W. J. Oavanagh, J'sf,, he pleaded guilty to both eharges and elected to be dealt with sasuaarljy. On the first charge he vaa convicted and fined £1, with £2/6/ restitution, in default seven days imprisonment* On the second' charge he was fined £2, with £7/15/ restitution, is default SI days. Hollings paid the fines and restitution and has bine® left town. He was ar rested by 8ergeant 8. B. Co man. The police...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

"EAST or WEST" MULLAVEY'S ARE BEST CORDIALS & SOFT DRINKS "By Their Flavour They're in Favour." Gold Medallist H.N.A. 1981— Three lata and Three 8rds. Certificate# B.A.8.—1887 Melbourne Srd Prise. Certificates E.A.8. 1087-88. MULLAVEY & SON. .Charles Bt„ Boma — Phone 82T. _

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

MOSQUITOES By Using BOPEEEM. MOSQUITO OOJXiS, 1/ a large box. 81LVEEM0TH will keep Clothes tree of BiWerlish And other Pests. PBICE: 6d. Per Packet. Procoipble at—^ JAfiis SAUNDERS & SON Box Phone 2

Publication Title: Western Star
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COUNTRY PARTY'S SENATE BID MAY BE "RED LIGHT" [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

wimutf Mrs ' btNAIt Bill WAl Jt£ "KH> UUUl" A caii for Senate candidates to ' cautest'Ulis year's Federal elec tion has' been issued by the ■*QueepBiand tfouiury farcy. ' , "'rue jStaie President (Mr. A. J.. Campbeil) will .leave Dalmally. on Mon day en route for-'ilcibourno, where he' -will. attend on. January 2£ and 25 , Ja; ineeting «£ the federal Oountry PaXty! Council to finalise election strategy and' policy. .*'• . •").. ,'v _: Ur,, Campbell will stop «.t Dalby to! addroyift uiceiiug of the. (j.E. WesUrii. jDivision jOn Tuesday, and will thenjgo. toBrisbike. .• There' he will attend party, confer ences, and look in on the wool* tales be lore proceeding to Melbourne. :' •. Most political ^observers interpret ; ".the Country Party's dedsion to. .call tor a.separate Senate team M ' : the . "red light" to .HiwenBland * t;"i®eopiB'0' Tarty yxpnti^es, VhawbwpendeMpnr^ it> drive a •j' Wd jtajMa in. talks fan »' ■^jmni^'JttiitoeS^-ibuir "against' '-IrtKHti.' . "X ■ ; .The",tJ.l...

Publication Title: Western Star
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SIX PER CENT OF TOWN LIVING IN HOTELS; ALD. WRIGHT [?]TICAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

l ax PER CENT iff TOWN LIVING IN # JWlIifc ALU; WJRM1 UUlilAL s A ivrrey ot Koma's 11 hotels this week revealed ttaajLtitejr^are ac commodating more than 230 ot the ^ndl^nt guests, including a dozen :*s-tonnedot town workers who are accofiunodatioa. -ttiot, they "vrere £?•£ ' %b<^feed.>p^ tutij itfiw toxcei to '••"' | •' • . - The Cliecki waa made .following last week's disclosures is .the Star'that' no ? building yiotmits had been issued £01 • - Stoma daring the.month of OctoTjer.jmd that the Queensland Housing Commis t «lon 4Ad yet t9,liuild- a house here, . ,.,ty the .«*-, • -■-■-■■ -Wright; ity^given'. through Si«r,juetro ^1'ojv.er) announced that it"Wi^^ogett^9'^pmmi86ipn ' tcmderlSor iQit'iMWtioaKof" six ; J:. • ** * HS&-: >•'.***■■<* tzJm.. afoateraay) th^^^jwW'ie-: p-ej^'y/ttggh 'fn^ Ijtopuiajton.of -£«*quite "ijaiBiald.;;*> v^r i. -?vS ■ y"j atutateii on *ten> teclab'oufc the jVliole OBtittuedt ^JS^tbit-^e town jitihe be-; '■^ll^ipB...

Publication Title: Western Star
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

PERSONS Misses fay and Betty Sheridan (Surat) Were visitor* to Boma tox the recent race meeting.. .Mrs. H. Thomas and her two. sons, Allan and Bowen, were in Boma dar ing the week. - JThey. have just re turned home after upending Christmas as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Free (Mayfield), Cambooya. Mr. Arthur Davidson (Taroom) was in town for. the races. He left on Monday to attend the races at Yuleba. Mr. Gerald Lalor was also among the race crowds. He has just returned from a long holiday in Brisbane where he was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Jack Everingham. Mrs. Irtuigton has been in tows for a few days. She is staying at the Com monwealth Hotel. Miss Billie filter (Bedeliffe) is a guest at Sterling, the home of Mr. and lb*. Bon Bell Billie came to Boma on Monday night to see the swimming carnival. Mr. Darcey Paul passed through' Boma on his way t©43ydney. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wright left Boma during the week for Toowoomba where they intend staying .for a few weeks. A change i...

Publication Title: Western Star
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GAS SHORTAGE CAUSES TOWN CORDIALS FAMINE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

GAS SHORTAGE CAUSES TOWN CORDIALS FAMINE Arrival on yesterday"# Brisbane train of gts cylinders temporarily eased the "drought'' of locally made oordUls experienced In the town this week. Because of the shortage of gas, both Jliiranoa Cordial Works and Mullavey and Sons thia_jneek~were -unable to continue manufacture, and by Wednes day almost all shops and hotels were without soft drinks. Both firms only just managed to get through the Christmas-New Tear per iod, although in many cases orders had to be suspended or dianlically ent, while liolsls «nd cafes were rationed. Yesterday's relief supply enabled work to begin again, although unless further supplies of gas arrive invulun lai.v rationing will be enforced.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Far QUALITY BLINDS LOUVRE PANELS, ctc. Writ* for Leaflet* P. H. EBBOTT & Co. Pty. Ltd. 3HQa»tp"VtrWt, SrlitalM

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Hotel Roma Licence Changing Hands [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Hotel Roma Licence Changing Hands Sir. and Mrs. T. McQuirk, licen sees of the Hotel Boma, have dis posed of their interests in the hotel, and Trill leave town next week. They plan to holiday in Brisbane and on the 8011th Coast before re-entering business. Mr. Mi'Guirk is n returned soldier from World War II. He saw service in the desert. Both will be missed by their many friends.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

'DIAMONDS" FOR FLASHLIGHT A. t€4> QManslaad Agents:— OBAVDIiEBS PTY. WD, JUgg. AT LOWER THAN BRIS! Raafs of LEADING FURNITURE SP HAVE A URGE RANGE OF TURK DIRECT FROM LEADINGS / FACTORIES. . CALL AND SEE US WHEN YOU ARE IN ROMA. RAAFS TRADING Fty. Ltd QUINTON ST., ROMA. Near Roma HotaL . THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES CO. LTD. STATEWIDE SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, tat Stock Salesmen Stock and Station Agent*, frojierty Ud£KCUAMDlSE tVXlOL: -i-'i v "lii« 1—^ gur woul "Ksuucs" iimimba*. Out *0% selling expericucc i-uauic* mnyihimn results. .Liberal advances made' flgmiim eiuuuing cup. *'A£ b'i.uujx; iiei us uu j uui yoriyiug—we will {Order Iruc&a lor you, obtain permits, trULii uuu coiisigu yvm: Jb'ats to "}l'Jie i^filtttets,'' 1 Imnmn Hitlf . wnere our ci^Liieucuti ciubaorb u aiI salesmen will ensure ' prices lor yuu. dXQiiUi MiuOix: WmjiUei- buyiug or eulling, try "!£he Estates" lirtt, We have Brauck GUicm lurouguouk mu w liuio iiiate and are in cluse <soiitatot w...

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DOWN LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

DOWN LAST YEAR M'11, one; Mnv KI7. throe; June • l'i\ -I iilv III, lour; Aug nut nil; i'lnljrv :\KA, five; Octolior 40, tWOj IUl*. seven; December 260, vinht. Tni;»l 17s7 11<»ji11h, 17 wet days. Tim iivi>ni};u huuuhI lull 1'ur lh« ittsi -0 years is I960 pointl.

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

SPORTS & 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 HcDOWALL STREET — ROMA "ssBICVCUS SERVICE m insurance mtm rm 'srtsmm J. D. GRANT WcPOWALL STRUT, ROMA NACO AIRCONT-ROi WINDOWS fil.ASS ''1'OUflfS Built of Steel and Class; lOOpcrcent. Perfect Ventilation; Wifl Stay is ADy Rosition; Easy to install and inexpenmn, ftr'jpm LOUVRES, fn vS b ifrotaMr nuM at tk« Lov CM IDE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY UH1ED (INCOBPOBATED IN ENGLAND) ' WALLUMBILLA — - MITCHELL INJUNE CAg AH Spoils!! yOU'LL PLAY BETTER — AND LOOK BETTER WHEN YOU BUY FROM JACK GRANTS SPORTS DEPOT EVERY TYPE OF SPORTING GEAR. — XMAS TQYS— — BICYCLES — CASKET AGENCY LENDING LIBRARY McDowall Street Phones 84 and 6S. SINGER (SUPER TEN) ALL MODELS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We can now offer for immediate delivery a full range of Singer Super Ten Can—either fully imported English Saloons or with Aus tralian b...

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YULEBA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

YULEBA NOTES (By Our Own Correspondent) A successful race meeting and ba'l was held on Monday, Decem ber 3, the 'catering being in the capable hands of the Auxiliary ladies. Tlio bnll at uiglit attracted a very large attendance, visitors being pre sent from Wallumbilla, Noonga, Dul !ic<;i. Miles iiml flleiiiii»i'gan. Tin- luall was 1 'leit [ly decorated with m iilti-i nlouieil streamers and many beautiful en 111 u frocks were in evid OllCO. Hhik'ots mid (rocks uotiecd included Mis. ,Tacit Kemirick, pink net with silver sequins. Mrs. L. Miller, black not over taffeta. Miss 1) Meiklejohn, lilue satin backed crepe with lace in set. Hiss M. Irwin, blnck taffeta t;iiiimed with pink. Miss Gloria White, green brocaded s-!tin. Mrs N O'Brien, green crepe with luce yoke and insets. Mrs. G. Simpson, sea green crepe with silver sequins and buttons. Mrs. G. Eames, blue crepe with sil ver sequins. Mrs. G. BuuRgks, piuk taffeta with all-over black lace jacket. Mrs. Quimi, while satin wi...

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

ALLAN B. WEIR MW SALON, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, SAME DAT DEVELOPING * pmumro SEBVTOE. IPilms left by 9.80 un, Beady at 4.30p.m. Same Day. BTATIONEBY:—Boxed Stationery, with Envelopes, Priced from 6/8 Box. XBAVEL GOODS: Shopper*, Overnight or Week-end Bagi, Priced from 88/81 mk. 1 QL0VE8:—Mnrany Gloves, in Calf or Snede. Oolonra Navy. Brown, GreyJ pl--v Yellow and Olive. Prised from 88/6 to N/1 ^ ALLAN B. WEIR, TOR FBSaSmB THAT PLEA8H. P.O. Box 59. 76 HcDOWALL STBBBI, BOKA. Phone 884. Oppotite Town Sail. Active Serf ice Motors MeDOWALL VTBBHT FHOWB t, BOKA RAC.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUIHQRISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER ImUm Smki — Km: Dij 3, Mgfct 249. oCeeutefa o£ t&e/ LIGHT UTILITY FIELD A GwmtrtU Mow* Product I'ovmd and •prang Car "BIG" work and life. Study 4 ejL, O.H.V. ague giTM power plat U DL^g, with Dornud jriring. Pastenger-ear-type 4riTing comfort — (or mid-week kori* dui and wed-end plea* ore. XT independent front-wheel inspenuoni Lockheed hydraoHe brake* t 1 ipeod t/ncbromwh...

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WEEK'S FILM LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

WEEK'S FILM UNErUP To-morrow night's programme at the Capitol promises a new high in film antertalnmalit. Main picture is M.QM, 'e brilliant "Big City," starring little Margaret O'Brien at the head of a cast of come of the biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway. A corned,}' drama, it includes Lotte Lehmann, of the New York Metropoli tan Opera and Broadway musical comedy star, Betty Garrett. Supporting picture is "Golden Bar rings," starring Marleno Dietrich and Bay MJiland—either of whom are the ingredients of good film entertain ment. Tuesday and Wednesday sees Mar garet Lockwood, Britain's first lady 4 the screen, romantically teamed with Dennis Price in the Two Cities pro Auction of "Hungry Hill." Adapted from the novel uf the same name by Daphne du Muurier, famous for '' Eebeectt," "Jamaica Inn," "Frenchman's Creok" and "The Years Between," it is produced by William{ Sistromi, directed by Brian Desmond Hurst, and has an impressive east. As Fanny Bosa, Margaret Lockwood has the ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Acceptances 3 States BUNDAMBA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

Acceptances 3 States BUNDAMBA TWO-YEAE-OLD HANDICAP, of | (1-13).—Bodo»i-Soj,i 8,8> Gav Andrew! X.3, M«n ^imic 7.13, Grey Leg 7.12 Pliylex 7.12, Tartan Gay 7.6, MAIDEN HANDICAP, CF. Less 21 yJ First Division (J .45) —Austral Sea 8.11, Lady Jill 8.8, Iti^warra 8.2, Cast Stool 8.0. Karapoti 8.0, Nordiaw 8.0, Court Jester 7.13, Patmwud 7.32, Conk lin 7-1]> Aquillma 7.10, Fancy Mega 7.», loxgatc 7.8, Olive 7.7, Buehan 7.7, High Shell 7.0, Bon David 7.4, Hiss' Antony 7.3, Miss Gondolier 7.3. FLYING HANDICAP, 6F. Less 21T. 0!.1S) —Hedui 9.7, Marnbue 8.7, Xin-am S.O, Irish Port 7.13, Float Qa 7.7. Munt.vs' Force 7.7, Tiger Boyal maiden HANDICAP, ev. Less 21Y, Second Division (2.50).—Fast Joy 8.10 "'juiaky 8.4. J'TamePearl 8.1, Golden Prior 8.0, Master fca'flri»^g.o, Tridum, 8 0, Autumn Shower 7.12, Standette 7.12, Nelascar 7.11, Grand Dujiig-7.10. P»p Eye 7.9,' Hcbdora 7.7, One Sou ' 7- St. Ono 7.6, Cabin Boy 7A, Dot tm'l 7.3, Mandilia 7.2, Merry jeoter TRIAL HANDICAP,' 14M. (3.2...

Publication Title: Western Star
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INJUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

INJUNE NOTES (By Our Own Correspondent) A big crowd attended the send off to Sister and Mrs. Hubbard held in the Memorial Hall on De cember 22. Two presentation's were made by Mr. I). J. 0'Donoliue, while inusic was sup plied liv K. Bell's amplifier. Oil Clnistinns Eve (l dance was licld in the Memorial Hall by the In.juue Tennis Club, which drew a good at tendance. Tin. c-liuinpimisliii) cups won during tin* vi':]r were presented to winners on (be jitugo bv Mr. 1). J. OMJouobitc. Two gent's singles aiul one genl's doubles went to M. Jackson, one gent's doubles to H. Sorensen and one ladies' doubles to Mrs. McCallum. •Mrs. L. Alexander, mniier of two ljidio."' singles and one ladies' doubles tups was unable to attend. l'roreedfl amounted to a net 4i7. Tin1 Boxing Day rsivkvt mutch be tween Konline and Duck Creek, ;il Ko m'lie, resulteJt_tTr»-"«wn "for Koniine by three wickets uud two runs. Highlights of the play were the batting of J. Jones, who scored 47 for Konline, mid M. Jackson...

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NINE THOUSAND CATTLE TO BE SOLD HERE WITHIN A MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

| NINE THOUSAND CATTLE TO BE SOLD HERE WITHIN A MONTH | MINE thousand head of cattle bave been booked for January and early February sales in the Koma district in the first stage of the year's big cattle season. They will realise at least £90,000. Cattlemen, however, are anxious ly awaiting good follow-up rains In Queensland and widespread gen eral rains in New South Wales to bring the fall force of southern - buying on to as already rising market Bains of this nature would see cattle prices rising to near record heights. Young sheep, already in comparatively short supply, would become hard to get at any price. first big vealer sale of the New Tear took place at Injune on Tuesday, when Australian Estates cleared a yard-, ing of 850 head, including about SO uead of mixed fat cattle. One sea. of very good quality Bteers, aged from 16 to 18 months, sold on account of Mr. E. R. But ler, of ynarlrl, Boma, realised £10/2/6, while 81, heifers from the same vendor brought £8/6/. Fat cows at...

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