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

So much NEEDLESS PAIN and DISTRESS. over HEMORRHOIDS (PILES) Is due to ignorance of their cause and treatment. They are simply locally dilated veins (often called Piles). The resulting pain and irritation need NOT be tolerated; for both yield promptly to self-application with the special preparation, ManZan, which quickly eases and soothes. This healing, antiseptic ointment then tones up the swollen, congested parts to promote relief. The nozzle applicator ensures hygienic, easy use. Price 3,6 from chemists and storekeepers everywhere. ManZan 'hemorrhoids A TRODUCT OF C. C D« WITT ft CO. (AUST.) PTY. ITD. Perhaps the finest tribute paid to the world-popular De Witfa Antacid Pow der is the confidence with which it is recomiqended by one-time sufferers to their friends and family. This faith is built oo firm foundations, for De Witt's Antacid Powder does exactly what it sets out to do—it conquers stomach •offering:, and conquers tt speedily. There is a ample explanation why De Witt's ...

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

■n luilo*, P&OTOaBAPSZO BVPPUZB, SAME BAY DEVSLOmrO *11 bkbvxcb. v,1 ,1 IHlmi left by 8. BO aan. Beady «t 4.80p.m. Sane Day. I BTATIONEBY:—Boxed Stationery, with Envelope!, Priced Inn 8/8 Box. I XBAVXIi GOODS: Shopper*, Overnight or Week-end Bag*, Priced from Mdl fl QLOTES.—ICorany Gloves, in Calf or fiaede. Colour* Navy. Brows," 0f*7«| Blade, Yellow and Olive. Priced from 38/6 to 19/tt. 8 ALLAN B. WEIR, I FOB PBSSBHT8 THAT PLEASE. 1 P.O. Box 59. 70 uavmjla, STREET, B02CA. Phone 884. g Opposite Town Ball. § mcdowall mm raoira •, boma RA.C.Q. LCSTED GARAGE AUfflORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEAL® Daj 3, Ng|A 249. jCeadefaoj- ife LIGHT UTILITY FIELD A Gnurol Powinl mi •prnag br "BIG" work and life. ' 9uri; 4 ayl* O.H.V. engine give* fwtt Wat SS off. wkh nuil—l driving. Pm>eng«(-«ar.|jfa irlriog ecftjfort — (or mU-week bold. ne« and week-etui (hum TT Mepatal fraot-wbeoi nupennoni Loekbeed kf4nulla bnluai I ifwi qnMhramedi gear b*i| 3-keaifag aruk{ (•phaee earinnMrf Mating ibrmiwiin ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BASSETT'S EXPECT RECORD CROP Picking begun this week [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

BASSETT'S EXPECT RECORD CROP Picking begun this week Picking of an anticipated record grape crop began at Bsssett's Northern Road vineyards this week. The biggest vineyard in Queensland, established by the liassett family in 3863, this year's crop .covers 340 acres. It is expected to yield 40,000 gallons of light and fortified wines. Mr. Bassett said this week that an excellent season and the fact that the crop had been untouched by district hailstorms would result in n- particu larly good yield. He said, however, that ut this stage he was unabld to estimate its value. Thirty men are now employed at the vineyards, and will be kept ' working for sjy weeks. 'Most famoUB of the Bassott wines, which Jiavc an Australia-wide reputa tion, arc their light Sauternes, which compare favourably with the best world varieties.

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

TOWN TALE Air. and Mrs. D. Sheargold, Miss Jean Gander and Mr. AJf. Smith. who huvc been holidaying iu. ltouia i'«r the past fortnight', returned to Sydney by car on Tuesday. Mrs. M. Tttit, who has been the guest of Mr. C. McDonald for a few weeks, lias .learned to lier liomo at Bowenville. jf:; In town for'fi few days making tlicir licadquarters &o School of Arts Hotel are Mrs. Golden .'ind licr daughter, ol' Wallunibilla. 5$ if Mr. VVally ^fie, of Vinclicombe Car sou, Brisbau£f Jpent a few days in Eorna on his'Spjiy through to the West. » ' *'-k * * * * Mr. ltolaui.SmillJ, of ltussell Park, Surat, passed -llirtragli Boma during the week oil highway to Brisbane. Mr. Bob Eoland Sjfaitli was ulao in town eu route to Park after a holiday at Southport.^ >— Teacher «f thiB year's Lilley Medal aod T.' J. Eyan Memorial Medallion "winner, 13-year-old Gladys Hiliry Davies, of Home Hill, luis ^ien holidaying in Boma over the Cthristmas period. She ia Subs Doris Anderson, who has b...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Blain Remembers Westerners IMPRESSIVE UNVEILING CEREMONY TO EIGHTH DIV. DEAD AT MUCKADULA [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

'4 Blain Remembers Westerners IMPRESSIVE UNVEILING CEREMONY TO EIGHTH D1V. DEAD AT MUCKADULA DOYS from Western Queensland had played a distinguished put In the tragic experiences of the Eighth Division in Malaya, Mr. filain, said at the unveiling of the memorial and sigu pott erected to the memory of Gunners Sandy Arthur and George Newborn at Muckadilla on Saturday afternoon. "If both these men were alive tp-day they would join, with me is issuing a reminder to the Australian people that the Japanese people are ready to strike again a| our undefended backs," Mr. Blain said. i X Nearly 100 representative town ( and district residents attended the j unveilin£ of the tt«uuneat» which i was erected from subscriptions ] from Muckadilia residents, Both men wbotyj memory lias been honoured were district residents. Gunner Arthur was a son of Mr. uiul Mrs. Hugh Arthur, of ilussey iiowiiB, both o£ whom attended the < ceremony. Gunner Aiewbon't: mother, uilo lives in Sydney, was una...

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

PRIMARIES HAVE PLENTIFUL SUPPLIES OF D.D.T. Blow Ffy Dressing 1 Gin. Makes 6 Glm COSTS £1 2 10 S Gins. Make* 30 Gin* COSTS £4 16 S THE QUEENSLAND PRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO-OP, ASSN. ltd. P.O. Box 78. ROMA Phones !50, 85. llllllllllllillllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIllUllllllllllililUlUlilllllllllllllllllimillll1 |They're Here! Look!! I SUPPLIES OF THE FOLLOWING ARE NOW AVAILABLE I S Paul Duval liUw lioy/il JHisliug Powder, with jiui'l; .. .. 5/11 3 = Mlli Factor Caskets, eoiitjiiuiiig complete beauty treatment. S S Price 22/0 and 3G/9.- 3 S Plastic Skin 2/9. g 5 Benzedrine Inhalers .. 3/. S £ Effervescent Fruit Saliue Smull 2/3, Large 3/9. ££ S WiiicarnLs Touic Wino, large bottles 7/6 a g J. & J. Cotton WiioJ Bulls 1/8 Packet. X B 5 S For all your Medical Requirements 5 i white OB sma S I James' Sawders & Son I g PI one 3 (You're only asjfar from tlic Pharmacy aB your ^ihone) P.O. Box 31s ^luiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiitiiuiiiitmimniiiiiiMiiiiiusBimmiiiatitaiiam...

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

YULEBA NOTES (By Our Own Corespondent > In honour of her approving . mart-iage to Mr. Reg. Johnson, the Q.C.W.A.. tendered an afternoon tea , and presentation to Miss Shirley Pomfrett in McLoughtUi's Hall ou Saturday, January 8. On entering tin1 hall Mr?. (V. Taylor, vice'presiilent, pinned a slwulder«j>osy oil Shirley's frock nf now summer blue crepe 111:11k' willi lace yoke, to wliic.li slic <iddrd while accessories. Doth the l^.O.W.A. 11111I the Ladies' Auxiliary combined (0 make a presen tation and bid farewell to 011c of their fellow members, Wisp f!. McMullen, who is leaving the district. Mrs. F. Cox pinned n shoulder posy on Miss McMullen's frock Of all-over loral silk, made with a pleated hip vokc and worn with white accessories. A very dainty afternoon tea was then served by the members. On behalf of the Q.C.W.A. Mrs. Taylor presented Misb Pomfrett with si flower vase, and Miss McMullen with ■ lamp. O11 behalf of the Auxiliary Mrs. Cox presented her wit...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
80 Guests at 21st Birthday Party [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

80 Guests at 21st Birthday Party Nearly 80 quests, including friends from Toowoomba,'were entertained last Saturday evening st the home of Mr. and Aire .E.J. Conroy, "Penrose,'' in honour of tlicir 'sou Glarcucc attaining Mb 21f;t birthday.. An enjoyable evening was spent in dancing, games mid musical items. Clarence received many valuable and useful gift*. The homestead was a (jay weno, bril liantly lighted, .with colourful, decor-l utious, and all guests entered iuto tbe party spirit. About midnight a heavy storm broke over, compelling most of the guests to] remain until morning. A beautiful three-tier cake was made 1>y his mother and decorated by Mrs. Haupt. The catering was efficiently and creditably -carried out by Mrs. Hooker and helpers of Soma.

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

a BUZACOTT MMU USUT/HC PIAHT It It aalMly litmtm to tight year home by rtttliitHy than by hnlents, to why ate oM (Mioned iMthodi any longer? Your lighting yta* not <mty lights yow home ... It brings fpm power to operate labour saving appliances m wetl. It will jwy yo« to gat ft»H particulars TO-DAY fro ml— ADELAIDE ST., PETRIE BICHT.BRH.. B?SCI. And at TOOWOOMBA—BUH&AMRG—ROCKHAMPTON—MACKAY 10WNSTILU mi CAIRNS For the Elimination of Head Lite Hariey's NIT LOTION IiiiBiii inillili for Kfceol cMMnn nHtrlaf (ma Heel Un> — fm, ar othar vnmbl. (tg* <e «pO*r> *mMm ti 2/M Mm per fcottta. paaM, ,, h n « » MS SIOB6I «t- MtSi nmmi *1 "CTca-cZ^r/ what your doctor or:; •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiuimniiiiiiiiiiinmiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiHiHii SHERRY'S AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DISPOSAL STORE. | 70 ANN STREET, BRISBANE. i OUR GUARANTEE:—Moaqr Refunded if not Fully Satiified. A* XBOUSEUS, new jungle green, all'sizes, 13/11 pair; TiiOUSE...

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

AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY (QUEENSLAND) NOMINATIONS FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Roiniuatioaa sr0 hereby invited of poreous eligible and willing to eon test the FEDERAL ELECTORATE OF MARANOA iii the interest and under the Constitution of the Australian Country Party Queensland at the next Federal Elections. Nominations will close with the undersigned at 12 NOON on MONDAY, 28th FEBBUABY, 1949. Nomination Forms and particulars are obtainable from the undersigned or from the Honorary Secretaries of the Divisions of the Electorate Councils or its Branches or from the State Office. N. G. HATTON, State Secretary, ?rimary Buildings, 99 Creek St., Brisbane (Box 1654 V., G.P.O. Brisbane) TO ALL AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Have all your MOTOR REPAIRS. OXY and ELECTRIC WELDING. PANEL BEATING Dose By « THE CASH SERVICE STATION Opposite the Commonwealth Hotel, in Wyndham Street. Roma. We lave experienced men to do the work. All work guaranteed and a fall range of Spart Parts, Accessories. Tyres, Tubes, Batt...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEK'S FILM LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

WEEK'S FfiJl LINE-UP Those who have been asking for longer and. loader laughs on the screen will find their wishes grati fied at the Capitol Theatre, when U.OM.'fl romantic comedy, "The Bride Goes Wild,'' opens on Toes day. "With Van Johnson and Jane Allyson cast in the breezy, light-hearted type of role which first won them Holly wood approval, and with the ingrati ating ten-year-old Butch Jenkins lend ing stanneh assistance, this picture emerges as one of the freshest comed ies for many a year. The premise of the engaging yarn is the triumph of industry and abstemi ousness oyer intemperance and sloth, with Miss Allyson representing the former in the role of a prim school ma'am who doeBnt Bmoke, drink 4>r flirt. When she encounters Mr. John son, a writer of juvenile fantasies, who does all three to excess, there is a clash of wills and personalities that ongenders film fireworks. Selected featurettes fill out the pro gramme. , Five lovelies leave a trail of per fume—and murder i...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEN'S SPORTS FOUR MUSKETEERS-SOUTH-SIDE TYPESON TOP IN BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

FOUR MUSKETEERS -SOUTH-SIDE TYPES ON TOP IN BOWLS (By "L.") Heavy rain, welcomed through . out the district last Saturday night precluded play on the Boiling Green the following day. The rain, however, has been very beneficial to the green. A game full of interest ou Saturday before "the rains came" was, however, the challenge niateh. Four courageous residents uf tlic South Side, feeing fit and confident after all the practice secured during the holiday period, teamed together and issued u challenge. They were willing to meet all-comers and a resolute four were chosen against them. The challengers' skip was Charlie Holdway, and with liim were Pettiford, Williams and Braithwaite. Pitted against them were Bob Harris, Kothwell, Greenacre and Bobinson. Form was fishy After three weeks at the seaside the last mentioned might posBlbly still rather have been hauling in the whiting than drawing close to "kitty." Battle joined, and after an interest ing game, the challengers emerged vic tori...

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

MARStfPML Scooters; For highest prices and prompt returns consign your skins to / (Consign to Nemrtead) | /HtmportUrd j* £n9tvn4, THE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE STREET, BRISBANE. >i—itii at H«rtrh«Mpl—i TWnaville, and Sub>Bra.nchea t4 Chartevllle, B>. Georfe, CI—iidlwll^l, t«T«iith, BUoloJI. Clarmont. Bprtegigre, Hnghcoilea. doJacmry. THE WONDERFUL HOUSE WE LIVE IN. AND OUR PLACE IN THE WORLD . . The Story of Life ••J :• • WHY LIFE LEFT THE The story of the origin of life and of the nature of the first living things is a most interesting romance, hut at present we are trying to tell in the shortest way the different stages of life upon the Earth. As the ages went by, the first living things gave birth to many more. The seas not only held many living creatures, but many lands of living creatures; and among these certainly appeared the first forms of animal lite. Now at one time or other something very remarkable must have happened. Living creatures, born and bred in the sea, must ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

HOW THE "WALES" WORKS — Services Scries No. S INVESTMENT FACILITIES The Bank of New South "Wales will:— • Accept instructions to ap ply for shares or debentures in new capital issues and pay calls when due. • Accept applications for' bonds in government loans. • Buy and sell shares, bonds, lavings certificates, etc., on behalf of customers. - • Hold bonds for safe cus tody, collect interest when due and convert or redeem the bonds when they mature. A complete safe custody service it available for lodging scrip, or cuitomert may, if they prefer, lodge their own deed boxM, 'Consult and use— BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES BIRST BANK IN AUSTRALIA N«nrp»rot»d In H»w toutfc Wol.i with limited liability Available Now! ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND SCOOPS for tank sinking an# . every earthmovtng Job HYDRAULIC CARRY-ALL SCOOPS AUTOMATIC PNEU-TYRED WH88L SCOOPS FULL REVOLVINC AUTO-UUI SCOOPS vj .% BUCKSCRAPERS DRAG SCOOPS A tin for every needt . ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND • Heavy Duty 3-tyne Cable controlled Rippers wit...

Publication Title: Western Star
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RAIN STOPS PLAY IN WEEK-END CLUB CRICKET FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

RAIN STOPS PLAY IN WEEK-END CLUB CRICKET FIXTURES * (By "X»egi Break11) Last Sunday the local fixtures ■were to resume 'With the mttch be tween Suburbs and Mac's Gully, but a heavy downfall of rain late on Saturday night made play im possible. Ou Sunday next Coits will play Mac's Gullv. Colts, ii'esli from a very good win against Suburbs, muy make it very bard I'or the opposition. Mac's Gully have a lew new faces in their team. Mayne Gibsou, who had a great double for the rep. team against the Toowoomba Combined Banks, will be their mainstay. Tom Slielsnell, a very accurate left hander with the ball, may keep the runs down. W. Phillips, a fastish right bander, can get wickets if he does not try to bowl-too fast. Twelfth man for Mac's Gully -will be "Buster*' Brown. Colts play almost the same team with which they defeated BuburbB, with the exception of A, Glover. Pettiford "bogey" "Bogey man" Pettiford, with his slows, may cause Mae's Gully batsmen trouble, and with left-hander Frank...

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

PHONE ROMA 303 COLIN (TONY) BRANDT ELECTRICIAN FOB YOUB ELECJTBIOAL INSTALLATIONS, EBPAXB8, ooustbV LIGHTING PLANTS. REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Agnt: 'lUlrlaatorn—B*rtrta.

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

Wool Sales Report Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd's Bris bane report this week said tliat in cluded in their catalogue of January 10 were clipB from the far South weBt. In most instances they were well grown and good in style and condition, but ia some instances carried dust and some aeed. Total clearances were effected at highly satisfactory figures which show ed an improvement of approximately 10 per cent, compared with Brisbane's November rates. J The following wools were submit ted:— A/c G. IS. Gillespie, Dirronbandi, i aaa WNS 82 d.; 18 A I Com. WNB. 78&.; 8 A Com. WKS. 74Jd.; U Bnk.! WNS. 70d. &irby Bros, Wyandra, 151 AA Com. W. 7Id.; 10 A W TOid.j s! AA Com. W. 05Jd.; 18 Blui. W. 59d. | Squatting Investment Co., CunuamuilaJ 8 AAA E. 78d.; 18 AAA £ H 75id-i 16 AA E H 71Jd.j a AAA Com. X H 74Jd. Towner and Jameson, Oharle ville, 7 AAA 53d.; 3 AA 13|d.; 8 Bio. 40d. An N.Z. Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. report on Tuesday said that values were up 10 per ce...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING All members of the Bifle Club are asked to attend a practice shoot at the local range on Son day.. A truck will leave the Post Office at 8 am

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 14 January 1949

Consign everything to us! • WOOL • SHEEP • CATTLE • LAMBS, • PIGS © CALVES • TALLOW VBESE naXTOXTM. HANDLING INSURES THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE RETURN AND YOUR INTERESTS ARE PROTECTED BT EXPERTS EQUIPPED WITH A COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE Or XVX&T PHASE OF SELLING BT AUCTION. GOLDSBROUGH MORT & Co. Ltd. (Incorporated In Victoria) THE WOOL EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE FENWIGK & CO. LIMITED EDWARD STREET — BRISBANE This most attractive tour-nntt Kitchen Combination to IVHiidrrfich /neladew « 8/nk-/>rafner-Cablnet (Sink ft Stainlrns Steel)i a Broom Cabinet! a Wall Cabinet! and a runWnrd Work-tnblc-CalilncL—eaoh onlt constructed entirely in Nterl nnd perfectly finished In lustrous store enamel. Designi-d fur tlmple nnd Immediate Initslment )n kit* dims old ;md uciv. easy to keep clean and wonderfully cnnvrnlfiit, Miesc Units Introduce on entirely new s(-n ard of beatify, durability and tiscfainess la modern bitclit'U equipment. Made by WUNmmLH'II MMITCD Oncorpc/ratrd In Sew...

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