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COUNCIL MAINTAINS MOSQUITO BLITZ [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

COUNCIL MAINTAINS MOSQUITO BLITZ Town Council authorities tliis week appealed to all Roma resid . eats to continue close co-operation in the anti-tuosiiuito campaign, which wae launched at the end of November, and which has met with ■outstanding 'success. J Becent heavy, rains, -kaMver, iioaJth officials^ say, 'wil creato 1« breeding grounds unless preventative iueusurce are continued. All householders with unscreened tanks are asked to use a little kerosone everyweek, and make sure that' no linn ''containing water are left lying Etrouud their gardens. " * Spraying of the Bungil Creek and otjier breeding grounds with 1). D. T. tyUl^ be cpiitioueflby the Council. -

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

RAND WICK TWO-YEAR-OLD NOVICE HANOI- : CAP, 5r. (1.0).—Ambitious 9.0, Film ' 8.13, Bchoul fcStar £.11, Suitcase 8.11, Dowager J.9, Embrace 8.9, Sweet j Sherry 8.9, Dixie Belle 8.7, SliuBta 8.7, Penram 8.7, Betinue S.ti, Bkyera .8.5, Civic Becord 8.0, llo Beet 8.3, Joy Court 7.13, Bye and Bye 7.11. THREE-YEAB-OLD HANDICAP, li4 (1.35).—Newborough 8.9, Freedom 8.ii Admetua 8.5, All Spirit 8.5, Duke of Syke 8.3, High Spirit 7.12, Sea Ser pent 7.8, San Mateo 7.8, One Up 7.8, Tamarind 7.7, Blue Flag 7.7, Clfeer ungs 7.3, Deepline .7.8, Counter Flay 7.V, Blooming 7.0. JTTWEtNnJ NOTICE HANDICAP, 5F., Colte and Geldings (2.10).—Beau Garcon 8.7, Valiant Lee 8.7, Cragson 8.7, Purple Prinoe 8.7, Wonder Star 8.7, Skystzeamiujn/%, Valley * Forgfs 8.7, Tantalus 8.4,'Star of the South 8.4 Zetland 8.4, liarwari 8.4, Arrowhead 8.4, Glencoe 8.2, Fortune's Hero 8.2, Humming Top 8.1, Shell Bank 7.11, Shakespeare 7.11, Sayaji 7.2. NOyiOE HANDICAP, liH. (2.45). —Bialto 8.7, Port Bioii 8.7, Convivial ity 8...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Guest Editorials [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

has teen resumed this week' 'with Miss Hope Bpencer playing the role of weekly leader writer. Her editorial will be found on Page Three, from which poBittoa the series will be continued. Mr. T. N. U. Barker, C.O.B." re presentative, returned to Boma on Monday after three weeks holiday at Forest Hill, Blackall. Mrs. Barker ' is at present holidaying in Brisbane.

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Acceptances 3 States DOOMBEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Acceptances 3 States DOOMBEN '1W(J-YxjAb «Jjj1j HAdBlCAP, OF. First Division (1.10).—Hilly Buster 8.7, Beau Vulaia 8.3, Guv ivusniou 6.3 o i.i-yii, o>iina «..5, Toralai 8.2, Pure Metal 8.0, Scgunda 8.U, Talk ing OU'l 8.t), Look Again V.il, Scribble 7.9. XWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 5F. Second Division (1.40).—Boliumbi 8.0 Bold Tom 8.3, ilyles Aroon B.3, l'liili mon 8.3, Thundering 8.3, First Cunan 8.1, Saruion 8.0, Vindale 8.0, Civic Star 7.13, Queen of Kenmore .7.13, uuiueu Egg 7.10. NOVXCi: HANDICAP, 1M., First Division (2.10).—Ara King 0.3, Gold Tracc 8.11, Ace of Diamonds 8.4, 1'au dosto 8.4, Dagausc 8.2, Jural 7.11, Wai mark,7.9, Voluble 7.8, Last Hit 7.0, Grand Denis 7.1, Gritfolt 7,3, Prince Fox 7.3, Betty Frances 7.3, Gable 7.3 Buzzatu 7.3, Monasli Hero 7.0, Pat Maud 7.0. ENCOURAGE HANDICAP, 7F. Less 93V., First Division (2.40).—Chrysta< Lad 9.5, Antagonist 8.9, Deeps 8.0, Bed Bernie 8.5, Noir d'Or 8.4, The Earl 8.2, Master Plume 8.0, Wise Paddy 7.12, Powder Boy 7.10...

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

listed RA.C.Q. <Uru«: Towing Track aruUbU Dn or NIgkl: 1 Phones: Dtj 54; (tight 173 Authorised Ford Dealers Fordsoxv MAJOB ROADVBSS (D.G.) MoM. MAJOR now CROP ftfafr}, Hith Sled fPfcMb. Writ* for Hlu*ircrt*d Catalog** family England's mightiest tractor is now crwcdl able in several models to suit every forming requirement. Choose from the four gear ratios ... from the wide range oi wheel equipment and iyre sizes, and obtain the tractor that is ideal lor the conditions on Your farm. Our illustrated catalogue gives hill details oi all models oi the "MAJOR", so write for it TODAYf

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

"EAST or WEST* MULLAVEVS ARE BEST CORDIALS £ SOn DRINKS "By Their Flavour They 're in Favour." Gold Medallist B.N.A. 1831— Three late and Three Srde. Certificates B.AJ3.—JiST Melbourne 3rd Price. Certificates B.A.B. 1987-88. MULLAVEY & SON. " ObftrleB 8t., Boms —Phong 287 .

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

INNOkA BEAUTY PRODUCTS Complexion Milk, Face Powders, Skin Tonic, Creams for Dry and Greasy Skins. Bath Foam ' Granules, Open Pore Lotion. Obtainable.. from JAMES SAUNDERS & SON J Bo* SI. ROM A. Phone 2

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INSIDE NEWS INDEX [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

S. 2; Southern race acceptances. P. S: Ouest Eitltorial, Tifty Tears . Ago, Swiiraaing Results. ?» 4: Annual rainfall ckart, For 'Women Only. Jf. b'. Hxa't Sports, Film previews. ^ S. fil letters to the Editor. P. 7: Town AdrertisiDg. tf. ft: Oonntry Wews.

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Singing Ki Yi Yippee When They Cone.... MUCKADILLA DINGO BOARD OFFERS £200 REWARD FOR ARREST OF SHEEP RUSTLERS OPERATING HERE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Singing Ki Yi Yippee When They Cone MUCKADILLA DINGO BOARD OFFERS £200 REWARD FOR ARREST OF SHEEP RUSTLERS OPERATING HERE of sheep and cattle rustling in the Roma-Surat-Injune dis bid were made by local graziers this week. From to-day the Muckadilla Dingo Destruction Committee is offering a reward of £200 to anyone providing information lead ing to die conviction of anyone found stealing sheep or cattle in die Roma-Surat area. Sheep men claim that in the last 12 months severe.! hundred head of stack bare been stolen in batches of 70 and 80. They say tlie thieves operate with a three-ton truck on lonely roads lead ing through tlieil' inopuitios. lieeuuse the thefts arc not discovered lor weeks, even mouths afterwards, detection proves almost impossible. Boma police, yesterday, however, taid that no serious complaints about sheep stealing had been ireccived from dis trict graziers. Inspectoi Audoi'Bbu suit! tuat police were actively patrolling areas in rou tine checks on the activitie...

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FILM NEWS (From London by Air Mail) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

FILM NEWS (From London by Air Maii) Latest film iu "This Modern Age" series is about the East African Groundnuts Scheme, en titled "Harvest From The Wilder ness.' ' | To make this pivture. :i "Tliis Mod ern Ago" unit of tliroc—a camera man, his assistant, and a writer—spent five months in Tanganyika, travelling hundreds of miles hy air, road and river, living under varying details on every aspect of the scheme. The film makes no attempt to •gloss over the difficulties which have arisen, hut it does graphic ally portray the great job which the ground-nutters themselves arc doing. "Harvest From The Wilderness" shows Europeans settling down to « pioneer life far from home, amid Africans for whom the sthenic has pro vided new jobs and the prospect of a new and better standard of living-. • »•••• One of Britain's most versatile and sought-after character actors, best known for his role of Dudley Davenport In the B.B.O.'s "Much Binding-in-the-MaTSfc" programme, Maurice Denham has been cas...

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

Clastified Advertiiemenb A —HB'i'lilt Household Separators r.vuiiablu at CONDON & 00.'s. ill iO, and 30 Gall. sizes, immediate de livery. The only Local Lister Ageuts. IJ U811KL Cases Pineapples 17/4, Ap p es li)/i and 23/4, OraugeB 81/4, i'uwpaws 14/4. Mixed Fruits 18/4. Add exchange. (Sent Hail Train. Freight paid.—S. CH1LDS, Wamuran. P—The only Local Lister Agents are ^ CONDON & CO. Lister 3-3J Pet rol Engines, immediate delivery, £95. JK>B Sale: 80 3 & 5 months old Pui ■' lets and 50 Laying Hens. Phonj 144 Mitchell. jC*OB Sale: Willys Jeep 4x4, cum pletely reconditioned, first-clasB order—£450. A.H. Automatic liVd. Wheel Scoop and Champion Road Plough, very good condition—£90. Jeep X:«iler—£40. Full particulars from FARMERS' CENTBE PTY. LTD., Dalby, Phone 108. "PUBNISHED Boom with use of homo and ev«ry convenience, suit lady, own board. Apply MBS. BY AN, Mc | Do wall Street, 'E'OB SALE: l.M.S. Bulls, pure bred. - Further particulars apply to EENIE SELL...

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DIETARY HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

DIETARY HINTS Tiie Importance of natural foods is stressed by Dr. Isie Younger Boss in her book "feeding the Child." Not uuly children, but jjrown-upu, can also gain and maintain health by ob serving a few simple dietary liints. After maturity the average person needs less loud than da growing boys and girls. For lightness of step, buoy ancy of temperament and avoidance of "middle-age spread" people should eat less of the starchy foods and more of nature's fruits and vegetables. The National Health Publicity and Besearoh Council points out that oranges, lemons, pineapples, pawpaws, tomatoes, parsley and leafy green salads are "ch in minerals and the scurvy preventing vitamin C. Apricots ure richest in vitamin A, bananas have the minerals iron, phos phate and Jimo as well as vitamins A, B, C und G. Apples contain vitamins and minerals which correct indigestion. The skin of the pear is a valuable laxative. The Avocudo peur is a valuable salad l'ruit now buiug gruwu in Queensland and i...

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

STATHAM, CHEES9SAN AND CO. (BOHA). Public Accountants, Auditors. Secretaries and Tanrtloa Specialist* McDowall 8t, Boma (op. Poit Office;. Beeident Partner, ]ir. 0. L. Hiller, ASIA, AAUQ, AA1S. Telephone M* Bom. that's oJJ-. - When you open your pay en velope do you ever consider how you can get more value for your money? Perhaps you spend the notes carefully enough, but what .about the loose shillings and pence? Does that odd money go into your pocket to dwindle away without a second thought? Now is the time to realise how quickly such money will accumu late. When saved every pay day, it will bring you comfort and peace of mind. Get more value for your earnings by saving some thing every week with an account in the cjqmmonwealth BANK. Stock May Rise or Fall Supplies Vary in number, quality and condition at Cannon- Hill Yards, but acceptance of this advice results in owners securing top market values , under all circumstances. Truck Sheep, Lambs, Cattle to — Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. ...

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

TOUIffl S MfOOUIHIl ST iiom COMMENCING TO-DAY SENSATIONAL CLEARANCE OF MEN'S SHIRTS nam reduced to COST Apmow * DrafOun. NOTICE JJOTICE is hereby given that it is * my intention to apply to the Baagil Shire Coanoil for permission to erect a gate serosa the road separating Portions 18 and 821V, Pariah of ButhuUa, at the eastern end of Portion 18, on the road separating Portion* 446 •ad 327V, same parish, at the western endof Portion 446. K. H. PEBBETT, ▲voadtie. NOTICE person found cutting timber of L^liiiy description-6n "l>eepwater'» wWbe proepetfed. H. A. PEBKEN8, ygwo|fr. NOTICE All Trespassers on Romavilla will be Prosecuted. MANAGES, W. A. BA6SETX. Be HEBBEtt'i''WILLIAM MAUN DEB DECEASED. "WOUOE u hereby given that all per ™ sons having any claims against the estate of HEBBEBI WILLIAM MAUNDEB, late of Arthur Street, Sou, is the Stat, of <)u«enslaBd, Be tired Grader, deceased, who-died at • Bona Aforesaid on or about the Twen tieth day of October 1648, are hereby r...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I Sir.— I Ah n town resilient and a Labour' ! voter I I'cHciit tlie attack on our mem ber, Mr. J. Taylor, which you printed from Mr. Kilinivie from Sydney in your Inst pnpor. 1 lie says he is u stranger to this dis trict so liow can ho know of the work Mr. Taylor has clone for this district Most people who livc here know Rll1 about it and appreciate what he hat) done. in future you should think twice bc-| fore printing letters of this kind.— Yours, etc., 'LABOUR VOTES." (So long as the Press remains free, its columns are open to all shades of opinion. The space donated, by newspapers to letters from their correspondents has always been traditionally sacroscant in this re gard, and will rem?in so in The Western Star. Jefferson said: "Men are never so likely to settle a question rightly when they dis cuss it freely." Opinions published in our letters column, of course, in no way necessarily reflect our own views.—Ed.] Sir,— Mr. Thomas Kiliuivic found tlic ball I ...

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ROMA'S SCHOLARSHIP AVERAGE 91.66 P.C. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

ROMA'S SCHOLARSHIP AVERAGE 91.66 P.C. Splendid results were secured by Boma children in last year's Scholarship examinations. Out of a total of 48 to Bit, 44 secured passes, an average of 91.00 per cent. Average for Queensland was 70.5 per cent., representing 5897 jiasses out of 8366. TUe Regional Director of Education (Mr. A. Guymer) said yesterday that the high percentage of passes reflected great credit on all concerned, both pupils and teachers having every rea» son. to be pto'ud of their efforts. Here is the list of successful Boma candidates. BOYS: Beitz, Kevin J.; Brinin, Clif ford B.; Flower, John P.; Green, Keith W.; Haupt, Keith G.; Holley, Alwyn J.; Lynch, Dudley N.; O'Brien, Brian M.; Partridge. Bonald D:~; Pitman, Alan D.; Beardon, Baymond W.f Booker, Desmond A.; Schefe, Charles B.; Button, Bobert L.; Yickery, Olive L.; Walmsley, Boy H.; Walsh, Olive P.; Walsh, Kevin J. ; Wa]sh,^feil E% GIRLS: Anderson, Lanriie^K} Bell, Mary J.; Briskoy, Ida J.; Donald, Ethel D.; Feeaey...

Publication Title: Western Star
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

OBITUARY The death of Mr. William Joseph Kennedy, at Boma on January 1, removed a well known resident of the district. Born at Bishop's Bridge, Maitland New South Wales, in 1875, Mr. Ken nedy, after his marriage in 1909 tc Miss Mabel Iavina Buckman, of Mitta gong, came to Queensland and selected land on the resumed portion of Gub beramunda Station,. north of Boma. This property he named Calgary, and he engaged in cattle, eheep raising and dairying. Of a quiet and unassuming nature he was very popular with all he came in contact with. He -leaves a widow and four sons, Edward (Calgary, Boma), Vincent (Land Banger, Dalby), Weston (graz ier, Surat), and Maxwell (Townaville); one 'daughter, itrs. Bita Wells, of Gympie, and three grandsons. The Very Bev. Dean Cahalane offi ciated at the Church of the Sacred Heart, and also at the graveside.

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Roma Swimming Association Hostile. IGNORED BY Q.A.S.A IN VITAL COUNTRY SWIMMING CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

I Roma Swimming Association Hostile. IGNORED BY Q.A.S.A IN VITAL COUNTRY SWIMMING CONFERENCE' Roma Amateur Swimming Association is up in arms against a - "snub" by the Queensland Amateur Swimming Association, which has failed to invite it to attend a conference of country swim ming associations in Toowoomba this week-end. The conference will discuss a proposition to form zones or re gions for the benefit of country s wimming associations. Under the scheme, each zone will - hold, separate championships, the 'Winners going to the city to take part in the Q.A.S.A. championships. During the visit of the Q.A.8.A team to Boma for the New Year inter town carnival, the chairman (Mr. J. Emerson) discussed the scheme with l5oma officials, who are well behind the idea. first they knew of tlie Toowoomba conference, to which many other coua try clubs-have been invited to attend, however, was an announcement in the Brisbane Press that tlie conference was taking place. v . . -i The local associati...

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Headache is Nature's Warning Signal [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Headache is Nature's Warning Signal Nature's warning signal is the headache, according to a Qneen* land Health Education Bulletin. The bulletin says that there are fen indeed who can honestly say . . "1 have never, had a headache.' Its very prevalence, it says, makei the headache a rather dangerous condi tion because it is so apt to be negleeted A headache is not a disease in itseli —it is a sympton of disease somewhere in the body. It way denote something insignificant, or it may be indicative of a most serious illness. For this reason, it continues, doc tors regard the headache as a de finite manifestation of a disturb ance in a hnman being. It is a warning on the part of the body which says to its owner—"There is something wrong—go to a doctoi and find out what it is." Eyestrain not infrequently is respon sible for intractable headaches. Dis ease of the blood and infectious dis cuses, however, also often ushered in with severe headaches, kidney trouble may first expreBB itself in...

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

! SPORTS & RADIO y, """"""" " 1 / THE IDEAL RADlU TO TAKE WITH YOU ON YOUR HOLIDAYS IS A STROMBERG CARLSON PERSONAL PORTABLE. PRICED AT £19/19/-. OBTAINABLE NOW FROM ARCHIE ANDERSON McDOWALL STREET — ROMA NACO AIR-CONTROL WINDOWS k, GLASS LOUVRES _ • Wa. . 1 1 ' I ■ l I - . Puife of Sfecci and 100 seal* ®i §&# a Asr EofkiMi. Eaqr |o install «ai wiiij^piii L«asQMt*f«r yew LOUVRES, Y«« «fl fe ifn^ gqAij iAiLn&i| 1UE AUSTRALIAN ESIATES COMPANY UUIED (INCOBPOBATBD pi wmjim) ROMA—-WALLUMBILLA MITCHELL — OUUME HcD0WALL STREET- ROMA J Pkont 58. P.O. Box 55. (W. j. Sabine, Ph.c., M.P.S., Manager) Infant '» Glycerine Suppositories 8/ ' INFANTS FEEDING BOTTLES 3/6 Evortone 8/6 Lactogen and Vi Lactogen 7/9 Aktavite 4/9 4 7/6 Plastic 'Crib Bbeets 6/6 COMPLETE WITH TEAT AND VALVE. Toddler's Betas 7/6 * " Infants Hfiir Brushes m Nyall Baby Powder 1/6 Nynll Baby Soap llftd. Bunny Plates 4/6 "DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HOME AFFAIRS MATERNAL AND CHILD WELFARE SERVICE" 'JlPPLICA...

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