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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

Does your STOMACH 4eMle down fiot i*ie tiuj Jit ? U your stomach feels unsettled when yon are about to retire, take one tea spoonful of De Witt's Antacid Pcrvder in a little water. This will ensure that you will not be troubled or distuii/.d by the distressing symptoms of acid stomach. Not only does De Witt's Antacid Powder neutralise exccss acidity ripht away, but it also spreads a protective coating over the inham?d wails of the stomach. Yon sleep -.veil because your stomach is no lonp-sr uncomtortatile. This wonderfniiy effective racCicine gives speedy relief from after-meal pains, too. A Single close is usnaiJy sufficient So keep a tin handy and don't all jw acid stomach aid its attend ant evils to mtke your life misrreble. For economy's sake, ask for tb<? g-.ant 4/6 size of De Witt's Antacid Fovdcr which contains two and a half times the quantity in the 2 6 size. ANTACID POWDER Neutralises Acid Soothes Stomach • Relieves Pain DALBY For All Your Engineering RtfBreBHb....

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Kir,— May I. as a business man, I mi I a rela tive newcomer to lionia, ulTer what I Jiujfc is contil rut-Live rri( ieism. First of all let Mil* .s:i,v ilait ] am enjuyiiij; my life here: i IiUl' Jtuina and onl.v my desire to see our low 11 mailt' us a'lractiv'o as pi>s ib'e. prompts iih' l write this letter. lioina is in a position almost iniiqae tiinoiifjsl country tonus, inasmuch as, although ll#ro are many larger, there arc lew oT audi import a m-f in an ex tremely large, wealthy ami well settled area of tlie ^>tatc. Roma, iu fact, it> a miu'jr metropolis. Jjut, unlike otlicr tuwim ol' similar importance, mid indeed, uulikt' many smaller ami minor towns, uurs sutieis vnally 1 rum a defect wliU'll c.. 11 only be attiibuted to a lack of civic pride. Every'where in public places one tees ;i uey.ect of details, a aegiecl which •suggests tliu opposite of a lliriviny ai.d progressive community, and, as a con sequence, the same neglect is to be sccu in t...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDIGESTION WARNING OF DISORDER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

INDIGESTION WARNING OF DISORDER Indigestion is a wanting of dis order somewhere in the body, ac cording to a Queensland Health. Education Council bulletin. Sometimes "indigestion" Jrita sud denly auil violently, with paiu, nausea and vomiting, and takes the sUuch right out of you, the bulletin suys. Then, it continues, there is the kind that creeps up on yon—tlint feeling of fullnesB after eating, that lump in your middle, or maylio a burning sensation or a gnawing fueling a few hours after oatiug. Maybe it waltcs you at night. Some times you don't want to bob food; yon may have a sour taste in your uiouth, or gas in the stomach. These feelings may be constant, or they may come and go. TJic source of "indigestion" may bo one of many things. For instance:—Your linbitu of eating and drinking—overindulging, taking the -wrong Muds of food and drink, skipping incalB, snatching a bito on the run, or the habitual use of uperieuta. OFTEN VEKY SERIOUS Ollioi- causes of indigeMiuu miiy I)'.' ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

FIT AT FIFTY! Thousands owe their buoyant energy in middle and later Ufo to healthy kidney Action. A slowing down of kidney func tioning In niiddlo life is often ft cause of backache, rheumatic pains, leg paiiiF, loss of pep and energy, disturbod nights, swell ins, pnffiufifft nndor eyes, head aches And dlczlncftfl, Get happy relief by taking DOAK'8 BackAcbc Kidney rills, n stimulant-diuretic tnndc to rigid standards of purity, especially ta promote healthy kidney action- At ClteuiiHtfi and Stores all over the World. Y®tcr Sedroossi lakes on a Ulew CSaarm— Here is an atiractive Suite, which combines solid construction, expert craftsmanship with superb design. The five pieces comprise 4ft. Wardrobe, 2ft. 9ins. Dressing Table; 3ft Lowboy; 4ft. 6ins. Bedstead, and Joy Wire Mstircss. PRIC! £49/7/6 WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE THE NEW PRECISION BUILT BRITISH WOLSELEY IS COMING TO ROMA KEEP ABREAST WITH YOUR CAR NEWS CONTACT Sober Mohr, care of HUB MOTORS (Selling Agents) for Full Deta...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VAST BITUMEN REFINERY AT GEELONG [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

VAST BITUMEN REFINERY AT GEELONG jyJORE tban £1,500,000 will be spent on (he building of a refinery at Gee Ions for all grades of bitumen and many lubricants. Work trill begin almost immediately. This was disclosed recently at Geo long by Mr. Eric N. Ai'ory, general manager of tlic Shell Company of Aus tralia Limited. 'flic new industry will give direct employment, to about 500 Australians. The company's programme will be actively supported by the Geelong Harbour Trust Ooimmssioucrs, tlic Gee long Town and Country Planning Com mittee anfl utlior civic bodies. Construction of tlie refinery and tlic wharf for tanker berths 5b expected to take two years. Big dollar saver A valuable saving of dollars should rcBult from this, project, Mr. Avery stated, because all imported erode oil would be sterling oil. Plant -would be designed to pro vide for an expanding Victorian market in bitumen and lubricants over tbe next 25 years. Victoria, as the Statu with tlic larg est consumption of petrole...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"WINGED" JEWEL THIEF BAFFLED THE AMERICAN POLICE FORCE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

"WINGED" JEWEL THIEF BAFFLED THE AMERICAN POLICE FORCE MIAMI, Florida, is a noted playground of American millionaires, who hie south in the winter to avoid the rigorous months in the Northern States. In January, 1933, with the season at its height, Mis. Courtney Van Heusen, one of the leaders of society, went to her jewel case one evening, to find that her 200,000-dollar diamond necklace was missing. < • Within minutes, Jier mansion was swarming with police, wji0 examm- | cd every part of the house where ! a thief may have been able to j | effect entry, but were able to find j "0 clues at ail. The jewel case ! slrowed no fingerprints. Jliis I'liiiviiii'i.il Dio |,oiii(. fi,.,i «'«K ,M| "ilisirf,. • ' (I,!,). js> i! liif.v iirii'oruji-d I,;, Stnii...|„u|v jioiiikiiIv rei-idt'ijl in }|jp Iiounc. IV- s,.| Viin(s were lim-il up iiihl sub jected to iin intense )jU( there weie no admissions. 'Ilii'ii. I heir histories won; K0lle' int0) fii'l it was f„„„d Jt ,1 ,:„&lt...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GREATEST INDUSTRIAL ACHIEVEMENT SINCE 1915 NATIONAL DRAMA IN STORY OF THE HOLDEN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

SINCE 1915 rjpilIS ir- the background story of the origin cf the HOLDER, Us and tssting, and the steps tl r.t vrcvo necessary to bring the car into isi\; J. ut on. ±lic achievement may prove to be Australia's gi';~tc t indui-tiy sirco tho first mrnufacture of steel in IBjij, red the car's specifications ensure that It will ent'.s'.'j Au.trp.ra's viotcrirg rotiuii ei.'.cn'.K, MANUFACTURE oa a large rcs'c er c car dc :gucJ In meet the country's specific needs h»s long been a much-discus, ed repeal in Au:i.tr-fia, and public eleafe of the HGLDEN c?.r will ti? hailed by many Australians as an event of dramatic national importance. The HOLDEN is of integral body-frame consliuciion. lis herb weight is 22301b. —- a low ure for a 5-6 passenger sedm of 103-inc.h whcc-lbase and 172-inch overall length, and this has helocci yv" the HOLDEN its flashing <accc!crt tion, high-gear driving range, unisually high maximum speed cr. quite unique operating economy. No rc-sults of econcmy test...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

HOLDEN The Small Car With Big Car omfort ade in Australia For Australians

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

The friendly Store 'rouijn's M'ooiuniL ST noun GOOD MORNING. CAN YOU TELL A GOOD YARN? It's u |$oOd yam if it's ruiMiuc injt iniii'iivjiliei.t. inlereU. That's why CJHUHAIjKH NIJI'i I,S(;n (,'iiin world coufidciice. They're substantial, dependable, suited to every climate. And tie g mi Australian yarn iti tliem i« woven ill patterns that siainl ni l '.villi out obtrusion. Tlie price of SUITS — fil'ORTS COATK — and TROUSKI\JS is :■;i I I.:i the upgrade, Ho order your w riter clothes NOW ami cash in on tlie present low prices. Ladies, see <nir window disphv for tlie Unvt HAYIjOOM J'HOCKS —jus.t arrived. Ls&HypCMiy THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL FEATURES ZIPPS ZiPPS 2/6 EA. ZIPPS CELLOPHANE HOUSEHOLD ROLL 2/6 FORTUNA NAVY WORK SHIRTS 16/11 EA* 3 PLY WHITE BABY WOOL 7/3Jolseley IS/85 li.p. and 14/60 h.p. MODELS Illustrated: THE 14/60 h.p., SIX CYLINDER IMPORTED SALOON A car of surpassing elegance and excellcncc; a luxurious, full-five* pnsscnger saloon of brilliant pcrformuncc a...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FASHION NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

FASHION NOTE

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STORM OVER HIGH LIVING COSTS (From a Canberra Political Ccrrespondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

SICSES OVER HIGH LIVING COSTS (From a C. nberra Political Ccrresiioudcut) Canberra observers believe tliat .'ast week's statement by the A.L.P. Federal President (Mr. M. S. McAipii.c) on living costs, bal anced economy and the need for ereacer production, wi J cortaiflly prov;ke the "widespread criticism" he anticipated frcm tlio LaVour rank:--. Jt is tlion^lit tii-n Mr. C'liifli-v will Inii- :t 11 intensive liiiri'ii^v ill (Jam-ua oil tln> sulijiM-i (if Mr. Mi'AJjiiuv"s homely : i-v.t lis. I; v.ill lie icv:;llc<i thill .Mr. -Mi i.iiii- iiilvni-iitcil miiilili'-d i-(iiitrol 10 • ii-i I; lli.'ilijH Ui'l' v.;i>l;i^i;. which lie ;i(l niiinil cii:<i lew uniilij rtrny), Wiia ■-J!it.-inii ;i rise ill living costs ;ind .1 ncri'll.v ilii-tiirliin^ tlir ii.it ioil's ccon Oil)'.' Ilir inoyt firiiily-onti'i'iirli'.'d I'mviiiii-iut \.'uUl<l differ Ham his re iNiirlts 1 1i:it •-1 i-i'I \'.'.'i(;(v; iiri" ilo|HTssed, ! ■ :.1 li<iusi'H'iu'>' |ii...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Ihvr d':l your MOTOR REPAIRS. OXY ami ELECTRIC WELDING, PAN 1:1. BEATING Done By WE CASH SERVICE STATION Opposite the Commonwealth Hotel, in Wyndham Street, Roma. Wc have experienced men to do the work. All work guaranteed and a full range of Spart Pails, Accessories, Tyres, Tubes, Batteries and Second-hand Cars, Trucks and Utilities always for Sale, at price* to suit all "BUYERS." For full particulars CALL, WRITE or RING 60 ROMA. Local Dealer within the Shires of Bungil and Bendemere for U.K. ,n<f DflMFNMN MOTORS, Oii>. II ill t(Dtf IT* taw Aim tdjv; tf? Iwwa i«i EI ism pun, ttkd 11 ct» tar* lbi&- || [>«rl<D>« ft Ail II fc» | >11 I ■law «fl 1( WwrJi bi|«-M anil. BiiU s«v ui fet&tae tS» Santos e8 A. B. Anderson C9 9am M. SOMA „!*■'**#*? {y7*y|L KITCHENS are better in Frantically everything that can be built in board can l>R liuill better in Maponite* The dnnanrf for Masonitc still ex* ccndg supply, in spite of th...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

This first public display of Holden is du. climax of nearly four years of intense and roiiccniraicd etioit involving an expenditure of several millions of pounds. \Vc at General Motors are proud of Holden ; \vc believe it is a really good ear and we hope dial you, the people of Australia, will agiee with our opinion. We think Hut il you list .ill you worn in a new car to-dav, you'll find llolden has mos' ot 'Ik /nirweis. You'll lind die styling vou want fr»r this streamlined age. You'll lind just dw sii-e you v.;tm n\ * new design, Acrubift body dint «i«cs the wheel/rise inorc ^cicniiiically it) give ample leg and head room for 5 01 Yn-i'll lind a deep satisfaction with this engine's 6-cvlinder acceleration and power. You'll find the economy yon warn too — ninny more miles -r^V? to the gallon than you would normally espi-ci non «uch a lively power plant. You'll und a.v.v.lon irul safety, high speed and easy handling. You'll lin-.' life, action and thrills. You'll find rlia» no «*ai ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOL VALUES SHOULD REMAIN ON TOP THROUGHOUT THE SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

WOOL VALUES SHOULD REMAIN ON TCP TMGUGsltUT THE SEASON A Winchcombe Carbon Limited woo! report rays that wool values -.how good prc:pecU oi continuing on attractive levels this feason. Prices for Bradford tops give a sound indication of the rise in the market during the past 12 months. j Average 7C's merino t*:ps at I 121d. per lb., 64'b merino at llGd. and 56*8 fine crocebred at 69d. are 25 per cent, higher th^n a yz~r ago. Medium prodHbred tops oO's at 47d. and coarse 40'h at 43<t. are j'.bout Ju per cent. above January, 1918. * As far as merinos are concerned,! business Jiijs been proceeding on flp-j proximately prevailing basis since the end of May, J048. I During HOinc of \V:i\ per'.od r.wv material previously bought at lower, prices was n^'ai'siblc for averaging costs. Those cheaper supplies are now no doubt practically e.\2tuutftc<1, but nu in- the trade lists Flood up to the more cCr.tly stnpe. This Boason Russia has at t'mes been an important wool mark...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

where individual handling ensures the highest i'osfiusi.r: return and youk interests are protected uy experts equipped with a complete knowledge OF kveky phase of selling by auction. :' :GOLDSBROUGH MOOT & Co. Ltd. M \'j — f p iln- ii: iwiuicd in Victoria) 'fill', wouj. EXCHANGE, EAGLE ST., BRISBANE « la/-,i it j »c£svkr, FEHWICK & CO. LIMITED o TALLOW lidwalil) stlteliit — BRISBANE

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CURRENT COUPON REMINDER [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

CURRENT COUPON REMINDER Onrrent Tea Coupons: Nos. 1 to 12 (Coupons Noj. 1-4 cease to bo current after 20/2/48), New Tea. Coupons: Koe. 13 to 10 lie- { come available on 21/2/49. Olio tea coupon equals 2oz., 4 coupoha Jib., become available every 4 weeks. Current Batter Coupons: Nos. 7 to 9. New Butter Coupons: Nob. 10 to 12 become availablo on 21/2/49. Ouu butter coupon equals jib., 3 coupons become available every i wee^Bj weekly ration is thus <3oz.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTEREST IN OUTSIDE WEDDING CEREMONIES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

interest in outside wedding ceremonies CONSIDERABLE Roma interest centred in two recent out-of-town weddings, one at Wallumbilla and die other in Brisbane. Here are descriptions forwarded from each centre. rpBB Rev. Sew Ofthalane officiated at a. pretty wedding on Monday, January 17 at Onr tady'6 Church, Wallumblllfc, Vrhen Josephine ("Jo"), second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Uoyd, wzb married to Claude, young est son of Mrs. B. Hinoe and the late Mr. H. Melntyre. The church was tastefully decorated by friends of tho bride. The bride, who entered the church on tlie arm of her father, was gowned in a frock of off-white mongolia satin, featuring a V neckline and heavily beaded in silver. Her floor-length tulle voH wos or rjnigwi in coronet sty)o anil flnisbod ■with orange blossoms. Slic carried a bow-shaped bouquet of white roses and fern. The bride's sister, Gvrcn, who at tended as bridesmaid, chose a frock of teal blue self-patterned satin, trimmed with silver sequins. Her should...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
This is the Holden [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

This is die Holden Main specifications of the Holden are:— One Model: 5-0 Passenger Bedim, with specious rear luggage bout. Boot and all doors can l>c locked. Integral foody-fi'iinie construction to rcduco weight and give increased rigidity. i Wheel base: 103 incli. Overall length 172 inch. Kerb Weight; 2230 lb, Track: Front 58 inch; Hear 54 inch. Clearance: inch minimum. Overall Height: Gl-11/16 incli. Overall Width: 66 7-8 inch. Horning Circles: 37 foot. Suspension: Front: Independent, in corporating vortical coil springs. llvnr: Semi-elliptic in lulii'icalcd wv-j crs. Itubliei' insulated j-piiiiy eyes | uud shackles. Shock Absorbers: Double acting hy draulic, fcout and reur. Brakes: Four whet), hydraulic, 'giv ing self-servo action on both forward and reverse braking, liand brake oper uteB rear service brakes through cable control. Wheels: 15 incli carrying 5,30 x 4 ply low-pressure balloon tyres. | Engine: 0 cylinder, o.li.v., 3-point rub ber suspension. Capacity 132.5 cubic ...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Guest Editorial Series A Toast to League [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

.l-AS-Vr Guest Editorial Series A Toast to League (.This week's Guest Editorial is written by the president °* tlio E;nia Eugby League Association (Mr. F. Partridge). It in the ;m uial lequs) 10 last week's editorial by Mr. Frank Hardcavtlc on cricket. Mr. Parcji S' Joins with Mr. Hardcastie In advocating improved playing coi.dit'cus, ar... more help frcm the civic authorities, town business men and the gcnoriJ public in building up the standard of tlie game.—Ed.J' League is a giand game, calling for all the finest and best that is in human nature—the will to win and the ability io accept defeat. These two things tend to bring out individualism, and make participants of the game better citizens, more tolerant, both of their iwn shortcomings and those of their fellow men. It is with a wide range of re collections that I traverse the years back to 1937, not all happy ones, but a mixture of good and bad, as is always the ease when the for tunes of the game fluctuate for and against you...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 28 January 1949

& McDOWALL STREET ROMA Phone 277 — P.O. Box 87 SPECIAL f r WATKlt | sj-;th r I 7 1'J'ECliS As-di'ti'd P lll'HiSR* X if 47/0 Set. | > SPECIAL * * KNUI.ISH 2 > .Al'TKI'-NOON | 'J'KA SETS | 21 I'IKCKS | From 60/- | THE HOUSE OF GUARANTEED SERVICE For HOUSEHOLD PAINTS, ' OILS, BRUSHES, • VARNISHES, STAINS. HARDWARE — GROCERY CROCKERY, ETC. SPECIAL 61'US COPJ'Klt VOILKKS 12 Gallon 45/6. SPECIAL A.I AX KNA.MKL On Hluvatvd Legs | Afl - For the Handy Man— PLANES, SAWS, RATCHET BRACES, PiPE VICES, CHAIN WRENCHES, PIPE CUTTERS, ETC. Available Now! ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND SCOOPS for tank sinking and every earthmoving job © HYDRAULIC CARRY-ALL SCOOPS © AUTOMATIC PNEU-TYRED WHEEL SCOOPS ® FULL REVOLVING AUTO-LIFT SCOOPS © BUCKSCRAPERS $ DRAG SCOOPS A site for every need! ARMSTRONG-HOLLAND RIPPERS ® Heavy Duty 3-tyne Cable controlled Rippers with 5-tyne sockets. For 60 HP Tractors and larger. Also Hydraulic models later. 9 Mechanically operated 5-tyne Road Ripping Scarifiers.* For any tra...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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