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AMBULANCE RACE MEETING WAS WELL ATTENDED: £131 GATE TAKINGS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

AMBULANCE RACE MEETING WAS WELL ATTENDED: £131 GATE TAKINGS MORE than 600 attended the Roma Ambulance Benefit Race Meeting held on New Year's Day. / Gate takings amounted to £131 and the tote cleared £255/10/ Eleven bookmakers operated. Main event, the six furlongs Q.A.T.B. Cup, was won by C. H. Reardou's aged chestnut gelding Tobermory, who started at four to one, and was ridden by I*. Watyon, tc win comfortably by three lengths from tlie topweight, Booreeyamma. Fsivourite for the event was W. War by's Gomnbol, who was backed .Iowjl to cveue, but only filled third place half a length away from Booree yamma . Kii-jjt prize for the race waB £15 and ;i enp valued ut The meeting was held uiuler almost perfect conditions. reflected ia the huge attendance. A large number of country people came iu for the day. I'Yockiugs to catch the eye of our .sjcial reporter included. Mrs. •). Robertson, of Gleneue, wore a burgundy spotted silk suit, trimmed with white Kluu'kskin, with matching hat, a'...

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

feeling -the answer^ easy When your stomach is upset, yon doat need sympathy yon want relief. Take De Witt's Antacid Powder and see how quick!/ yon get it Pain and discomfort are eased at once, because 'directly De Witt's Antacid Powder reaches the stomach it neutralises ex cess acidify. And what a difference yoo fed then—the pain subside^, the sonr uncomfortable feeling is deared op. De Wtttfa Antacid Powder ensnres relief over a protracted period because . special ingredients spread a protective coating: over the lining of the stomach. This means that further acid formation is d&lt with as it arises, the strain en your digestion will be relieved and the inflammation of the walls of At night time, too, a dose of DeWitf s Antacid Powder will tare jpa from disturbed rest if yoar stomachis upset Keep a tin in the house always' -It' is an economy to'obtain the gianfMiaiie - which contains two and a halt times the quantity in the 2/6 size. ANTACID POWDER Neutralises AcM Soothes ...

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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

for Women Only rpHE removal of stains is one of the hardest jobs facing the housewife. This week and next week these women's corner notes will ■ give handy tips on how to cope with almost every con ceivable stain. Most stains can bi' effectively re moved with no harm to the fabric, if tlie following instructions are fol lowed:— 1) Koinove while fresh. New stains are easier to remove than old. (2) Use tlic simplest methods first, and persevere. (3) If chemicals are used, dissolve in boiling water as required and use at once. (4) After using chemicals, wash well to remove all traces. Chemicals may rot fabrics if not completely rinsed out. For mildew dampen the stain, nml rub with paste. 1'lace in tlio . sun shine and keep moist, and. renew the treatment cacli day till the stain dis appears Well set mildew- stains are best re moved with oxalic uci<l (onc tcuspoon lul to one pint of water). Soak the article iff this solution until stain dis appears; then rinse iu water contai...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. MISCAMBLE SHOCKS DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. MISCAMBLE SHOCKS DISTRICT Sudden death of Mr. Percy Mis- camble, 48, in the Roma District Hospital early on Monday night shockced the town and district. A member of one of the best known families in the district, Mr. Miscamble was admitted to hospital last Friday, but appeared to be in comparatively good health up to the time of his death.     The funoral, which was held on Tues- day afternoon after a service at the Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. G. Cheetham, was well attended by representative town and district residents. Mr. Miscamble is survived by his widow, three sons, Victor, Kenneth     and Desmond, and his daughter,       Margaret.             Born in 1900, the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Miscamble, he was educated in Roma, and after leaving school joined the staff of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 7 January 1949

MARRIAGE THOMAS—BALL: At St. Paul's Church of England, Roma, on De- cember 6, Rev, Canon Eva officiating, Dorothy Margaret, only child of Mrs. M. E. Ball, Woodside, Bungewor- gorai, to Glen Robert, third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas, of Gwenbrook, Hunterton. DEATH NOTICE MISCAMBLE, Percy Norman: At Dis-   trict Hospital, Roma, on January 3, 1949, age 48. Beloved husband of Susan, dearly loved father of Victor,   Kenneth, Desmond and Margaret, and brother of May (Mrs. W. G. Parker Burleigh); Eva (Mrs. J. T. Walpole, Manly, N.S.W.); George and Ernest (Roma); Arthur (Townsville); Amy (Mrs. Sparks, Manly, N.S.W.); and Ivy (Mrs. Bertolotti, Roma). KENNEDY, William Joseph, of Mc- Dowall Strect, Roma, on Jauuury 1   iu Roma Hospital. THANKS MRS. M. L. KENNEDY & Family wish to Thank Dr. Dodson, Mat- ron, Sisters and Nursing Staff of Roma Hospital also Dean Cahalane, Father   Lynch and all kind friends for their kindness and att...

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

SURAT (By Our Own Correspondent) The Gymkhana held in Surat on Boxing Day in aid of the C.W.A. Rest Room Fund and the Roma Ambulance attracted 73 horses to the ground, to contest the 21 event £70 programme. Quite a large crowd attended and witnessed some very clever work in the flag and bending races, and also the hunting events. The judge, Mr. Peter Smith, from Wallumbilla, com- mented very favourably on the horses and riders. A raffle (a ham) presented by Mrs. R. H. Thrupp, was won by Peter Schuiet, , and brought in £10/4/. Another raffle (a bridle), presented by Harold Thrupp and won by Pam McKenzie, brought in £10/14/. W. Dehnert and R. H. Thrupp guessed the correct weight of the fat sheep presented by L. and C. Simpson, and gave it back to the fund, and was sold by auction to Mr. Jim Neill. A pig, presented by Bill Warby, was snowball auctioned and brought in £3/10/. A very energetic ladies' committee headed by Mrs. Don Davidson and Mrs Clyde Adams attended to the &nbsp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

EDGELL CANNED VEGETABLES iO We !iuvc una ri[jciitcii ruijuesis u'lim <i.., i-uunirj cutjiOLiiviH lur "£tlj{cll' Tiuneil Vegetables during 11Li- tlry wuitljci-. Tlicse vegetables arc rich in vitamin and nutritious content ready jirrpMn ■' 'r.r -at'ii;: iiinl may lie served hot or cold. We ciuinot stress too fully II. i:;:;, .. i:m<v liiesc lines will play in your kitchen. BUY IN BULK AND SAVE MONEY. 30uz. Tiue GJl-EJiN PJSAS 23/ tloz I60Z. Tine UUEEN PEAS 14/ doz. 30oz. Tins FUENC11 13UANH -H do/.. 16oz. Tine JFBENCU BKAAS 14/ doz. 30oz. Tins CARBOTS 18/ doz. 16oz. Tius CABBOTS 12/ doz. 10oz. Tills BEETltOOT 13/ doz. 30oz. Tins CAULIFLOWEK 21/ doz. lCoz. Tins CAULIFLOWER 12/ doz. 3doz. Tins TOMATO PUREE 22/6 doz. 30oz. Tius TOMATOES 21/ doz. 16oz. Tins DICED POTATOES 13/ doz. 16oz. Tins VEGETABLE SALAD 15/ doz. lib. bundles Genuine Greaseproof Paper, each 1/7; 4oz. Tins Norwegian Sar dines, per doz. 17/; 14oz. Tins Lifeguard Condensed Milk, per doz. 11/6; 14oz. ...

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Memorial Club Fund [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Memorial Club Fund Further donations to the Roma R.S.L. Memorial Club Appeal have brought the fund to £1416/8/6. Details:— Previously sn-lcnt«\\£ Il'OO/ VII; proceeds C.W.A. Dunre £2J/ti/l; Alan J. Cuniphell, Dnlmiilly £5; Estule Into K. AVliip, Scattering Plains, £M/*V: Woiiim Kire Brittle, ox 13. Kinilin, £10/10/; N. li. (icrriiiK, Printer, Hoinn. £1/1/; (J. V. Harms, Npnujrljaiik, Komu, £H; WomenAuxiliary, Uomu SuIj-IhsiiuIi, £50; ll. It. linyi-t;. WeNtinure. Itonm, £1; K. Kenny, Mnrutuiu Trading Co., Koinsi, £1; «I. W. StiiiHon, Moscow, Rom;i. 11: Jwrk Hover, Komu, Mins Knid L. Hoyce, Woslmoro, Konx^ £1; Miss Audrey Scheie, c/o Traders, ftoinn, JO/6; I). W. Ojuiioroii. Mans field, Komu. £5; V. 1j. & \V. H, Scotl, Kclio Hills, £3; F. J. Courtney, Sunny mead, Koma, £10/30/. Totul to date. £1430/8/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

THE QUEENSLAND HOUSING COMMISSION SPENDERS will be received at the Office of the Clerk of Petty Ses sions, Court House, Roma, and nt the Office ol' the Queensland Housing Com mission, Brisbano, until 10.30 a.m. on Monday, 3Xst January, 1949, for the erection nnd completion of n group of Bil (6) dwellings Of timber construc tion at Unnamed Streets, Roma. j Drawings and Specifications and Form of Tender with Conditions of Tender ing, etcetera, may be obtained at such Offices. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The tenderer may tender for tho whole or oue or more of the dwellings, but contractors must submit a separate tendor setting out the price of each dwelling complete. Tender? should ho Fpnled nnd1 en velopes clearly endorsed "Tenders." J. E. GREENING, Secretary. QOVEENMENT SALE JpOE Sale by Public Auction at th« Land Office, Roma, on 1st Febru ary, 1949, at 2.30 p.m.. a Special Xieue of Beserve for Camping and Water E3, parish oi' Mellisli, on the right ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

PADDLE SHOES YES! ALL SIZES OBTAINABLE AT THE SUIT U SHOE STORE ON ANDERSON'S CORNER ? 5 IHtowilI Stmt, SOMA. SINGER (SUPER TEN) ALL MODELS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-— We can now offer for immediate delivery a full range of Singer Super T«n Can—either fulfr imported English Saloons or with Aus tralian built coach work, and dual-purpose Roadsters with Australian coach work. Singer—England's mait raggedly engineered Tea—is the ideal light car; J!or ▲oatMiaa condition!—Sturdy, Boomy, Comfortable—it* performance will aatoaiak-TDBl Ft fthL PaiticdUra anil Dtaonttratim Apply— HUB MOTORS HAWTHOENE STBEET, .BO,MA. PHONE 348. 11 "NOTHING SUCCEEDS Lffif SUCCESS" i Mimie Downs Stud i J * 4 ji TAMBO * i > 1 , 1: EXTRACT FROM "COUNTRY LIFE," AUGUST. 1946:— ; ; "The Hartwood Sheep made o record for Fata sold through Cannon . j | filll three weeks ago, tolling at £5/2/6. Mr. Beardon (owner), J i gets hi» Flock Bam« from Minnie Downs." ] ; The Oetober 1M7 drop will be elasaed for aale nex...

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PRODUCTION VERSUS INFLATION Professor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

. PRODUCTION VERSUS INFLATION By DR. G, L. WOOD, I . Professor of Commerce at the University of Meltonrna. An American manufacturer has startled Britain by calling a spade a spade. He said, "In a planned economy elaborate plans for In creased production are made at top level; the trouble Is that viry little happens at bench level. Everybody recognises the need for increased production, everybody knows that the standard of living can be raised only by increasing the productivity of labour The vital weakness is that men and women at machines do not find out how to produce a greater volume of goods or learn to appreciate the reasons why they should." This writer had the prob lem of the factory in mind, but there arc equally strong reasons why the Australian primary pro duce* should have Ills enterprise and livelihood in mind. The farmer will say that it is easy for me sitting in the city to give opinions. He will say that it was never so difficult for the man on the land to get stock, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

1» »» r»»i» » » ».»».»tjiinmw»■ i ■ | ANEW SET OF TEETH j| ; WITH ; NATURAL PINK GUMS ; : :! Plastic Plates ; Repairs Same Day ; ROY REID, L.D.Q. Dentist ; ; - Arthur St, ! KIDDIES' PLAY TENTS Thrill your little boy this Christmas with a strong calico PLAT TENT, stencilled with Cowboy and Indian designs. 4ft. z 5ft £1/18/ i'or eool comfort on the hottest day, awing in a GEO. PIOK.EBS Garden Lounge. All Holiday Requirements are available, including splendid Marquees and Camp Stretchers. First-Class Fishing Tackle. GEO. PICKERS & Co. Pty. ltd. Our. Qipjw & Ann Sta, Valley, fe Breakfast Greek Bridge, Brisbane. K. A. MCGRATH B. Com. (University of Queensland AF1A, AAUO. l'ublic Accountant, Auditor and Tax Agent. McDOWAlX St, SOMA. Vest CtHwrnia INfk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

MEETING A LL persons interested in reforming tlic Wattles Football Clnb are in vited to attend a meeting ot' that Clul) um FBIDAY, 21st JANUARY, 1949. BUSINESS: Election of Officers for 1949. FRED PEPPIN (Reg. Q.T.CJ. and TatteisaU's Clnb) (Successor to Harr.v Hood) WISHES ALL HIS CLIENTS THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON AND GOOD LUCE IN 1949. Note: The first double for 1949 is tha NXWMABKET ft AUSTRALIAN CUP (Ruu ot the end of January) ARE TOU ON MT MAILING LISTf If not, Write: Box 1948W, G.P.O. Biiibame. Pbom: Offle* B4TM. SPORTS AND RADIO — ROMA MALVERN STAR BICYCLES FREE INSURANCE GUARANTEED FOR EVER. AH Models Available — Boys, Girls, Ladies, Gents. Cash or Easy Terms. Carriers, All Bicycle Accessories Stocked. All Repairs Done On The Premises. Tyres, Tubes. In Fact Anything For A Bicycle. All Classes of Sporting Goods, Tennis Racquets, Tennis Balls, Cricket Bats, Cricket Pads. For Anything Pertaining to Sport It Will Pay to Call, Phone or Write ROMA PHONE 145 . McDowall Street BY...

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WALLUMBILLA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

WALLUMBILLA (By Our Own Correspondent) Heiiv.v tuiikiiifr rains fell throughout Uic district over tliu week-end. ( A heavy Morni liver tin' town and *listnct uii SiUimliiy ni^li' yielded over i wo inches, and miotiiei' .sioi'm 011 Sun day iiiKlit. 5U points. 'I'liis will ensure plenty of feed for Uic winter. Aliiuy dnins that were get ting low have received a £ood supply and in many cases hit overflowing. A very large crowd attended tlie -1st birthday party held in Air. K. Grace's home in lionojir of tlieii' sou Vince. 'I'he home Imd been tastefully decor utcd with streamers Hud balloons. Mr. H. Grace and Mies Eileen Urnce re ceived tlie guests'. Miss Grace looked becoming in 11 white frock and gold pinafore. 2'tiey wer,. jibly assisted by Miss tiruee (Bris bane) anil Mrs. Jicattie (Brisbane). Tlie evening w'hh devoted 1 o dancing on the spacious verandah, vocal solos, community siupn^, curds and competi tions (tlie winners presenting tlie prizes to tlie guest of honour). Supper was...

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JAMBOREE TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

JAMBOREE TOURNAMENT Eoma Scouts tied for third, place in the patrol tournament final of the Pan-Pacific jamboree, held fat Yarra Brae, Melbourne, which con xln^M laat Sunday. -y, •"*(, ' More than 11,000 Scouts attended thi Jamboree, which indicates the higl standard of the local gronp. News of their success came thii week in a letter to' the Star from thi District Commissioner (Mr. D. M. Pack] who is in charge of the Boma Scout] attending the Jamboree. Extracts fron hid letter read:— "During the Jamboree a Patrol Tour nament covering a wide field 01 Scout ing ability and proficiency" was con ducted and the honour of Queensland Scouting was upheld by the Sconti from 1st Boma Troop. . "A Patrol of Boma Scouts won the sub-camp elimination contest and in the final of the tournament held on Thursday, January 8, secured third place. "The winning patrol from King's College, South Australia, consisted of two Kings Scouts, one 'Scout with the Bushmanfs Thong, three first clasB Scouts and tw...

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CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

CAULFIELD HAWTHORNE HURDLE, I'M. 05 Y. (1.0).—Gallant Gentleman 1 ~. 13, Pro mise You 10.0, Finentigue 8.13, Golden Buzzard 8.13, Marsula 8.8, Avuuiit Garde 8.7, Kookaburra 8.7, Jung Baha dur 9.5, Minanalaes 9.5, My David 8.5 Shot By 9.5, Tanakec 8.5, Walladalc 3.5, Silcere 8.3, Worrowing 9.3, Bcgal Hermit 0.2, Carlisle-9.0, Oriel Boy 8.0 Retford 8.0, Talaria. 9.0, Valboy 9.0, .young Victory 9,0. JUVENILE STAKES, 5JF, (1.35). —Bright Sea 8.0, Jlxelum 8.12, Vous soir 8.8, Cragwii 8.G, Fur Felt 8.6, Gay Pent 8.0, Law Lord 8.0, Port Lud 8.5, Willow Lodge 8.5, Anthony Boy 8.4, i'ree Kick 8.4, Morse C'ode 8.4, .Bovdor 8.3, Malakoil' 8.3, Narbadu 8.3 Soliquc 8.3, Cauopua 8.a, Veldt 8.2. El.Latadii 8.0, Wiiitv Fouui 8.0, BaltJu Craze 7.12. INKERMAN HANDICAP, 2M. (2.10) —Miss Prim 9.0, Promise You 8.12. Antares 8.7, Blank Music 8.7, Few Words; 8.0, Glamis Star 8.0, Dream Bocks 7.IS, Merry Edition 7.11, Mokan 7.11 ,Curtain Call 7.9, Forest Lad 7.6, My David 7.0. NORMANBY HANDICAP, 1M., First...

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CLERK CONVICTED ON INCOME TAX FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

CLERK CONVICTED ON ME TAX FKAUU Robert Paris, 25, single, clerk, of Blaclcbutt, pieaoedjSUiity oetorc Mr. A. £. Schwarten, S.M., in the Koma Police Court last Friday to two chargeB of having stolen sums of money from Henry Lawrence Flem ing and Eroy Edward Bein, both former employees of the Barakula forestry Department, Chinchilla. ! According to police evidence, Puris.j wlio was employed at tlie department,: took poBBeseioa of cheques lor ineontv tax refunds forwarded to the other two men, who had left the department >vlieu the letters arrived. , lie endorsed both cheques And cashed -them in Chinchilla hotels. The theits took place in February iuid April, last year, and were not dis covered until October, when-one of the two men involved accidentally discov ered that u rebate had been forwarded to hihi -which he hud never collected. This began a chain of police in quiries. Fingerprint experts were called in, and a cheque on the hand writing -of departmental employees At the time...

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FUNERAL AT 11 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

FUNERAL AT 11 A.M. The fnneral of Mrs. Russell Taylor will leave St. Paul's Ohurch of England for the Roma Cemetery at 11 o'clock this morning. (Sw Ptgp One story).

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YOUNG MOTHER'S TRAGIC DEATH Leaves Twin Girls [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

YOUNG MOTHER'S TRAGIC DEATH Leaves Twin Girls Tragic death yesterday of Mrs. Busseli ("Rusty") Taylor in the Roma District Hospital following the birth of twin girls cn Tuesday shocked the town and district. Only 20 years of age, she has been married for a little over 12 mouths. Her husband is a sou of Mr. aud Mrs. CJoliu Taylor, formerly of Busseli Park, Kurat, one of the oldest aud best known families in the district. Mrs. Taylor, who was formerly Miss Marie Kemp, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 6. Kemp, of Brisbane, has been in delicate health for some time. The twins, however, are reported to/ bo dying well. Mr. Taylor hus been associated with New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., as stock salesman, sint'O the opcuiug of the firm's branch in Boina last Julie, lie is well known and liked throughout the district. The funeral will leave St. Paul's Church of England for the Bomu Ceme tery. (Time of the funeral appears On Page Two,') .

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HOUSING COMMISSION CALLS FOR TENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

HOUSING COMMISSION CALLS FOR TENDERS I The State Boosing Commission this week is advertising for ten ders for the construction of six [ homes in Soma. The call for tenders is a sequel to recent publicity to the town's bousing shortage. The matter was taken up personally liv tlie Housing Minister (Mr. Power) who instructed the Commission to call for the tenders. The Commission has yet to build a bouse in Boma, although tenders were once calledt but rejected, because they were considered too high, The Acting Mayor- (Aid. W. D. Wright) said last night that the call established Mr. Power's sincerity in (ho drive to got homes built in coun try towns. ' It w;is to be hoped, ho said, that tenders would bo received for the liuines, the erection of which, apart from helping to relieve tho present ac commodation situation, represented the expenditure of a considerable amount iif money iu the town. [Advice was received yesterdny from Mr. J. Taylor. M.H.R., confirming tho Housing Commiasiop's c...

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