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NEARLY £40,000 TOTAL IN LAST WEEK'S BIG WALLUMBILLA SALE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

NEARLY £40,000 TOTAL IN LAST WEEK'S BIG WALLUMBILLA SALE splendid clearance resnltod at the big Australian Estates cattle sale at Wallumbilla last Friday, de spite the absence of southern competi tion. A tot;il of 3300 head was cleared for un average price of £10/4/8, bringing the value of the sale to ucarlv £10,00'). Tlie yarding comprised about 400 fat cuttle, Z50 cows and calves, and the lialnurv good Hereford weaners. Fats were loner, although satis factory, and the store market waa good, a feature being the readiness of all vendors to sell. Only three pens were passed in, ono of which was sold later. Messrs. York Bros., of Wallumbilla, had the pick pen of the sale in a magnificent line of Hereford weaner steers in prime condition, which sold to Tnncrcd Bros, at £14/15/ a head, fur in excess of anything else yarded in the weaner line. Another pen of 204 outstanding weaner steers from Mr. S. Hookway, of Mount Hope, sold for £11/6/. (See back page for further de tails of sale.)

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

IN MEM0R1AM BUETON, Harriot Aim: In loving mem ory of our dear Mother, Mnthcr-iu Jaw and Gran, who was called <o rest February 6, 1947, 8oftly tlm lenvos sue of memory l'all. Sndly wo Btoop to gather llii'in all; Life moves on. but momorics slay, \b noar and dear as yesterday. l'houjj'lits remain of <lavs nuw jia'.st, t\vo years have (,'onc, but nn uioiii s last (Inserted by Thelma, Bill nntl Grand :bildron, Keyed, Murray and Billy.)

Publication Title: Western Star
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BETTER PRINT ACHIEVED [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

BETTER PRINT ACHIEVED The proprietors of The Western Star arc pleased to announce that adjust ments to ft printing prcBH liave been completed which li.ivc resulted, ns can be seen in this issue, in a much better print.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

9 j "LAil or WtSl" " .... jWULLAVEY'S ARE BEST CORALS & SOFT DRINKS ['//y Their Flavour They're in Favour." Gold Medallist K.N.A. 1931— Three lets and Three 3rds. Certificates BA.8.—1937 Melbourne 3rd Prize. Certificates B.A.B. 1937-88. MULLAVEY & SON. Charleg St.. Boma Phone 237

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

Arid Deodorant, Large 1^, Small 2/3. Mum, Small I /6, Large 2/6. Exo Deodorant Cream, 2/. Odorono, Small 1/1, Large 2/2. Obtainable from JAMES SAUNDERS & SON Box M. BOMA. Phone 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

Luted R.A.C.Q. (one*: Towing Track available Day or Nirht: Phones: Day 54; Night 173 Authorised Ford Dealers drawbar to handle the tough «e» leba ... the Major la tha Write TODAY Ideal tractor lor every pur. paw. Writ* TODAY for th« Far Our Illustrated Catalogue complete Fordtpn Catalogue, OBMOdand DtoMbutort > BUZACOTTS (QLD.) LTD. Ask for details of the Rotary Hoe Attachment

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

TOWN TALK Miko O'Callngiian whs in lioiuu dur ing the week. He rctcivcd lots of congratulations from his many friends. Mike has Just iiunouuceil his engage ment to Pnuline Tully, of Quilpic. Mrs. Gordon Anderson is at present away in Brisbane wlicre she "ill spend a couii!(. of weeks. Mrs. Korinwcll (W.illumlnlla) spent H couple of days in Rouia during the week. Mr. K. Kicliurdson whs anions (lie Wallumbilln visitors to Rumn. Hogcr Hell left l>y cur last Tuesday for Southport, where lie will join fi in taotlier and the Thomas family at their wapide home (Miilahou) . CoBgWktulatioiiK go to Roweii Thomas, who- has just announced his engage ment to Dell J'Yee, of Cambooyn. Noticed the Sheridan Sisters having a day in town together, Mrs. Jim Bassett, Fay and Betty. Fay recently announced her engagement to Mayne Ferrier. . The meeting on Wednesday night to convene a Progress Association.^, had its humorous moments. The Commonwealth Bank's Gor don Sailer brought chuckles as he ruefully...

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ANNUAL CAMPDRAFT [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

ANNUAL CAMPDRAFT A veil attended annual meeting of the Western Maranoa Camp draft Association last Friday night saw the adoption of tbe balance sheet of the 1948 campdraft and the election of officers for the en suing year. The President (Mr. A. Perrett) and various other speakers paid tribute to the secretary (Mr. W. Blaikle) for the splendid work which lie did in con nection with the rccent successful rodeo :ind campdraft. Hc had taken a lot of responsibility on himself and all decisions that lie had ma do were wiuo ones. The president also extended his 1 li:<ill;h to his vorv ststuiicb committee ami Imped that witli llic co-operation of tlit* Show Association mid tin City Council that everything would con tinue oil ii smooth basis, with further finaiicinl benefits to the Ambulance and other local charities. Tho election of officers resulted in Mr. A. Perrett being re-elected as president for the fourth time in suc cession. Mr. W. lilnihip, as lion, secretary, Mr. I. H....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

FOR SALE VACANJ POSSESSION DWELLING of 6 Rooms, lined and ceiled, Stove, 2-3000 Gallon Tanks, 4 Acrca Land, situated South Eoma. 1JAEGAIN, £650. Finance can be arranged. Apply W. N. FOWLES Agent, ROMA,

Publication Title: Western Star
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Kir,— Two years ago a gentleman called iuto my sliop in Hingwood, Victoria, to get a job done. He Ilea id ni0 coughing, and said: "Bronchial trouble?" 1 said: "Yes." He tlien sniil: "you want to go to Roma. Queensland. That is a wonderful town for your complaiut." Two weeks later I took his ad vice, sold out and came to Soma. He was right. Roma is a Wonder fully healthy town. I regained my health and am now feeling belter tlian I liave for 40 yen in, lmt what have the Civie Fathers done to inducc inc to stay here? The Councillors could make this a wonderful town if tlicy had the* civie pride in tliem. But the civic author ities have done nothing to induce people to slay here. Nothing. I am now thinking seriously of re turning to Victoria, even though I would like to stay here. We have, for instance, no park here with nice shady trees. I woutd suggest the council acquire about 10 acres of land and make a nice park with hundreds of shady trees, Oak lor preference...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

COOMBER BROS. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS PHONE 145 ROMA DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS. ^\\\ 11/// WEDDING RINGS, ^ LOCKETS, PENDANTS, TIE PINS, SIGNET RINGS, BROOCHES, BANGLES. PEARLS, EARRINGS. JUST ARRIVED! ENGLISH WHITE CHINA. Cup and Saucer 3/3 6-Incli Plate | /9 9-Inch Plate 2/9 10-Inch Plate 3/'4 SETS OR SEPARATE IF REQUIRED. WALLETS. NOTE CASES, TOBACCO POUCHES, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS, FOUNTAIN PENS. PENCILS, WATCH BANDS. THE GIFT STORE OF THE WEST. PHONE 145 McDowall Street ROMA BY Mohr's Garage 35 JIAfT^ORNE STREET Phone 71 " TflitfV8*? v flioBftn , ALL YOUR MOTOR YMCL£ R£QU1R£M£NIS A No need to worry about that hard to get PART £ With our PRECISION MACHINERY — EXPERT II METHODS and KNOWLEDGE — practically all N parts can be made on the PREMISES — NO JOB T IS BEYOND US. C A ELECTRIC AND OXYWELDING ~V M ENGINEER SPECIALISTS ' H Q BATTERY RECHARGING 6 T We VULCANISE all Sizes CAR, TRUCK AND V TRACTOR TYRES AND TUBES. i Retreading and Recapping Service—Car Tyres Only S V Large xStock Ac...

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C.Y.'S LOOK FORWARD TO GOOD TENNIS YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

C.Y/S LOOK FORWARD TO GOOD TENNIS YEAR A successful annual meeting of the O.T. Tennis Olnb was held in the Hibernian Hall on Wednesday night It was decided to begin the season on the first Sunday of March. A working bee has been arranged for this Saturday afternoon to clean tlie courts of the abundant growth' of grass following the recent rains. After noon tea will be provided. Members are requested to attend in full strength. The next meeting of the club "ill take place ou Wednesday. Miinli 7. The dull, .iudging from attendance at the meeting .mid the numbers who have expressed williiigucxs to play this year, is looking forward to u very success ful season. Election of ofliccrs resulted as fol lows: Patron, Very Rev. Dean Caha lane; President, Iicv. Father Lynch; Club Captain, Mr. J. Flynn; Treasurer, Mr. Ij. McManus; Soerctary, Mr, H. McMahon, Jnr. Mr. Roland Smith (Bussell Park),] Surat, was in town during the week. I He was accompanied by liis manager, l£x. Mcjntyie, from the Lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

NEW FURNITURE Costs LESS at RAAFS of ROMA Because we sell on a small profit margin, you can buy furniture from us at lower than Bris bane prices for the same quality article. We don't sell the cheapest — but the best at the lowest price. MAKE A CALL AT RAAFS A "MUST" WHEN YOU ARE NEXT IN ROMA. , ^ RAAFS TRADING Pty. Ltd QU1NT0N ST., ROMA. NEAR ROMA HOTEL. THE AUSTRALIAN i£IAli£ CO. LIB, S'fAlE-WlDK SERVICE Wool and Produce Brokers, ir&t Stock Stock and Station Agents, Property Salesmen MERCHANDISE WUOL: Try "The Estates"—Consign your wool to "Estates ' liuiimba. Our . ionK ueaui(j experience biibuiob maximum results. laueral auvmices rntuie agamat ensueing dip. n'A'i1 aiouii: list us uo your worrying—we will order trucks lor you, obtain permits, truck ami consign your ii'ats to "i'iie instates," Caunofc where our experienced ciassers and ss<lesmen will ensure mmiimnm prices for you. STOltJU SiOUii: Wlietlier buying or selling, try ' 'The Estates" hist. We have Bra...

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IN JUNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

IN JUNE NOTES (By Our Own Correspondent) The monthly meeting of the Committee of Management of the lujune Bush Nursing Centre was held on Saturday last, and there was a general expression of appre ciation of the central council's ac tion in having Sister Hubbard so soon replaced by Sister McCord. The new year lias eommcnced well and resillents of tlic district arc urged to sliow llicir appreciation of tlie ser vices rendered by tlie ecntre by at lending the annual meeting to lie held on .Saturday next, February J 'J, nt til Soldiers' Jijill, Injune. It is a disappointing fact that in spite of tlie excellent services rendered by the centre, there is always a fear tluit there will not be a quorum for the annual meeting to clect the new com mittcc for the current year. It is an established fact' that whero a committee could not be obtained the Central Council has been obliged to «dose the centre. The Sister's January report re vea's that 74 cases were treated with 49 subsequent attenda...

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RUGBY LEAGUE APPEALING FOR THIRD TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

RUGBY LEAGUE APPEALING FOR THIRD TEAM JJOMA Rugby League circles are making every endeavour to form a third team for this year's fixtures, which at the moment have a Weak outlook with only two teams in the field. .Lengthy discussion ccutrcil around this position at the League's animal meeting ou Tuesday night. It has arisen siucc the eollapsc of last year's railway team because of tlic transfer to other centres of thoir best players. Iu a statement after the meeting, tlie League's Patron (Mr, C. Saunders) said that because of their keenness for the spurt, three Roma business mea, Messrs. W. Ualton, \V. Caffrey and Sul Chant, had decided to give every assistance to helping tu form a new team. The J.eague, Mr. Saunders said, ap pealed to every keen l'tmi lialler not a member of the two existing teams, tu register their names with Mr. G.-iltmi. All members of last year's Rail way team, both reserve and Junior, were also asked to register with Mr. Galton as soon as possible. Jlr. Saunde...

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FILM PREVIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

FILM PREVIEWS Five villains add to the excite ment—and fun—of Wait Disney's foil-length production, the wonder ful adventures of "Birrocchio," in technlcolonr, which opens next week's film fare at the Capitol Theatre on Tuesday. The evil quintet includes a whale, a fox, a cat, a coachman, and a puppet master, and all of them concentrate on making life liectic for little Pinocchio, the story's hero. Pinocchio brings to the scrccn an other excitingly different and gloriously new world. It is pure fantasy, told in terms of adventurous action, chock full of story, with fun galore, merry with humour, packed with a hundred sur prises and embodying popular melodies that urc purl iiud parcel of its theme. We have a lund of masteries on the screen, peopled with delightful figures, personages human and otherwise, some good and some evil—but all highly en tertaining! A special matiuec will be held on Wednesday afternoon. Main feature of the night is "Cap tain Boycott," which iB set in the Vic ...

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SWIMMERS DO WELL [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

SWIMMERS DO WELL Eomft swimmers have done excep tionally veil at the State Swim ming Championships In Brisbane this week. Headed by Olympian Dcnise Spencer, who lias swept through to victory in cvcr.v event she has contested, they have figured as placegetlers in an im pressive number of events. Highlight of Homn'e showing was Denise\ record breaking swim in the 200 metres women's freestyle champion .sliiji bn Wednesday iiijilvt. -She flipped 2.7 sees, off her own record. Twelve-year-old Ken Pryor came second early in the championships in the State Junior Diving titles. Olhers to figure prominently include K. Haupt, M. Partridge. Heather Stewart, B. Hudwcn and N. Haupt.

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YULEBA NOTES (From Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

YULEBA NOTES (From Onr Own Correspondent) The R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Women's Auxiliary held a most successful gala night on January 29, visitors being present from WaUnmbilla, Soma, Surat, Jackson, Dulacca and Charleville. Tlie Duhiccn Quartet supplied the dnncc music, and Mr. 11. Langtou nixl Mr. N. (,'lolliicr wore doorkeepers, while Mr. S. Yates acted as M.O. The novelty dances included streamer cap and confetti, which were much enjoyed. The gross tnkings iimouuted (o £36: PERSONAL ITEMS Mrs. P. Baker loft by Wednesday •noming's niiiil train for Brisbane after in extended holiday with her mother. Sirs. J. Sean, Mr. and Mrs. Simonson ind two rods arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. ff. B. Lindsay. The Siinonson family Save just returned from Japan. Miss Rae Cox, who has been liolidav ng in Brisbane anil Wvnnuin, returned home by Saturday morning's mail train. Miss Lorna Levis, assistant school earlier, lias resumed duty after an ex ended leuve of nine months, during ..liich time she visited Toowooi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

I FRED PEPP1N (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tattorault'a Club) (Successor to Harry ITood) Tlio first I)onl)li> for 10-1!) is tlifi NEWMARKET & AUSTRALIAN COT (Bun at FlGininglon 011 Murcli 32 and Marcli 14.) Placc your uarno on tlio mailing list Now. ARK YOU ON MY MAILING t.tSTt If not. Write: Box 1943W, Q.P.O. Britbaw. Phone Office B.47M.

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CATTLE SALE DETAILS (Continued from Page 1) [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 11 February 1949

CATTLE SALE DETAILS (Continued from Page X) Other aales of excellent quality steers at tUe Australian Estates sale at Wftllumbilla last Friday were as fol lows:— Mr. P. W. Smith, of "Box Gulley," 40 steers at £10/1/; W. A. Mansfield, of "Jungaburra," Yuleba, 52 steers at £11; C. J. Shelswell, of "Mt. Salt bush," Boma, 44 steers at £11; G. Williamson, 86 steers at £10/15/; Clifford Pastoral Company, 116 steers at £10/2/; B. Minnage, "Wallabella," 107 steers at £9/10/; J, C. Hamilton, Jackson, 45 steers at £10/8/ S. L. Minnage, "Thomond," 45 steers at £9/15/; A. A. Gardner, Yuleba, 50 steers at £10/8/. The above sales were the top of each respective owner's steer-weaners. | Other sales included steer weaners:— I £9/6/, £9, £8/16/, £8/12/6; and Hreford heifer weaners realised, ac I count S. E, Hookway, £10 and £8/ 7/; acc. V. W. Smith, £8/9/, with a few tops taken out that made £12 P. B. T. Smith, "Tauntin," £8/8/ to £6/15/; W. MaUer, £9/15/; S. G. Griffin, 7; C. J. Shelswell, £8/12/; ...

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