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For Women Only [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

for Women Only In response to several requests from rcadcri, this week's Wonon's Ccrncr features hints and re :ipes for the laundry. Some others will be given next week. Btilcd Starch: Two t.-ihlu^poous of starch, 4 tablespoons of cold water* 1 quart lioiling water. lilcnd the stnrch with cold water in n lurge 1 j;ihiri I'uur mi boiling wider, stirring all Hie time with ii long womlen spoon until it is Weill' and thick. Cover a( once with u clean cloth to prevent a scum funning. II too thick, iliiiitd with lioilnn ivatcr while Ik,|. Raw Starch: Two tablespoons starch, 1 cup cold water, i cup boiling water, 4 U'n:,),oon borax, 8 drops of turpen tine or methylated spirits. Blend starch with cold water; allow to settle, then our this water off uud throw away. Add 1 cup cold water, borax dissolved in boiling water and turpentine, and finally enough soap to make a l.itlicr. Mix smoothly. Articles must )^e DRY before starch "iH Stii' starch .just before using; put in one article at a time...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

CANTERBURY NURSERY HANDICAP, (Fillies), OF (12.40).—Favour H.O, Dowager. 8.(i, •Silver Brc;n» 8.0, Fox Star 8.0, rum pus H.O, Strutuk 8.0, Dinvatia 7.1(1, liclinue 7.10, Starlet 7.9, Lady nin duin 7.0, Miss Moya 7.5. Flush Back 7.i). Lucky Fern 7.2, Play Luiuli 7.2, ( Tranquil Beauty 7.0, Sweet Words 7.0 Civic Record 7.0, Magic Star 7.0. | NURSERY HANDICAP (Colts iin<l , Geldings), OR (1.15).—Big Boy 8.7, Heritor 8.7, Billlicmpcte 8.7, Kowana 8.7, Roadstcead 8.3, Helmet 8.3, Abil ity 8.3, Ilifold 8.3, Sail Mareos 8.3. Calehase 8.2, Thracian Lad 8 2, Vali j ant Lee 8.2, Burgona 8.2, Kilgour 8.0 , Tantalus 7.12, Clansman 7.12, Dark Sovereign 7.31, Eilitor 7.11, Red Chip Snow Hero 7.8. 1 CAMPSIE MIXED STAKES, 11F. (1 50).—High Ideals 8.7, Captain JUiilJy 8.0, King Lear 8.0, Golden ; Rust 8.0, Headman 8.0, Mcrric JJng Innd 7.7, Iiialto 7.7, Network 7.7, Grey Pliantoni 7.7, St eel Flash 7.7, irpright 7.7. | FIRST ASHBTJBY MIXED STAKES OK. (2.25).—Zipper 9.0, Spanish Duke j 8.7...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STIR IN HOUSE ON O'KEEFE CASE [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

STIR IN HOUSE ON O'KEEFE CASE (By a Canberra Political 'Writer) The first cession or tnls vital election Tear began with a spirited attack on the Government for its conduct of the now-famous Mrs. O'Keefe affair. TIic attack was directed principally at the Immigration Minister (Mr. Gal well) who, Opposition speakers claim ed, liad acted in a "heavy-handed, taet Iess, truculent, offensive and arrogant manner." Observers could not fail to see that Mr. Calwell was distinctly uncomfort able. The motion, wliicli had been moved by the member for Fawkner (Mr. Holt) waB inevitably beaten on a division, but it served to demonstrate to the Government the mounting in dignation of the people over the high handed attitude of the Minister. The impression in the lobbies was that the Government would have been more tliun glud to have finished with the matter. One could almost see and hear the collective Government sigh of relief when the "Chief Executioner," Mr. Scully, rose to liiB feet aud ap plie...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

They may stop you in your stride, your work, or even interfere with your sleep—those unexpected jabs in the joints and muscles. And yet, have you ever stopped and wondered what might be the cause of the trouble—ever sus pected faulty kidney action ? The fact is that the kidneys have the vital job of ridding the system of all those injurious impurities that so often give rise to painful and rheumaticky conditions. This process is vital to the health of the whole body for if as a result of tired kidneys these impurities are allowed to circulate and settle in the joints and muscles, trouble follows. These waste matters must be expelled from the system and the kidneys must be brought back to health in order to do the job properly. The speediest, surest and safest way of doing this is to use the world-famous medicine made specially for this pr.rjtose —De Witt's Pills, The trouble is tackled right at the source, for De Witt's Pillsact directly on the kidneys, cleansing them, toning them u...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAIN AGAIN STOPS PLAY IN LOCAL CRICKET FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

RAIN AGAIN STOPS PLAY IN LOCAL CRICKET FIXTURES (By "Leg Break.") Last Sunday the Mitchell XI were to have journeyed to Soma to play the local representative team, hut unfortunately the rrin which fell over the week-end did net allow the Mitchell team to make the trip. Til is is (lie tliinl yenr now that Hoina have tried to ]'i;iy Jlileliell in Koma, but cverv Benson soinclliing seems to crop up. However. the nmteli is mil iili'.ui<li%ieil us yet, and liigli hopes arc Iielil that it kIijiII be played sometime next uionlli. Both teams sire very keen mid Mit chell are out to avenge n very bad de feet of u few seasons ago Local fixtures will continue on Sunday next, with Colts (leaders) playing Mac's Gully. If the "Gully" uieu cuii hold (.'ult^ Suburbs are again back iu Ibc picture. If Colts wins they have a strangle hold on the 1948-49 premiership. !

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Wallumbilla Branch of C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

The .Wallombllla Branch «c C.W.A. Wish to sincerely thank all Men and Women who helped to make the Camp Draft on December 18 such a biff success. Special thanks to Mr. David Smith for use ot Property, Cattle for Draft, Heifers lot* Rattles, Ribbons for Winners, Donations of Moneys. Also his work and assistance. Special thanks to Judges: Mr. C. Hassetl. Roma, Mr. Peter Smith and Mr. 0. Stanley. We hope to have our Rest Room started in the near future.

Publication Title: Western Star
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Successful Meeting. THIRD FOOTBALL TEAM CERTAIN [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Successful Meeting. THIRD FOOTBALL TEAM CERTAIN Formation of a third A Grade football team to contest the Roma competitions tliis-season new seems certain, following a successful meeting at the Commonwealth Hotel on Tuesday night. Thirty-four people—including five woman—intended (lie meeting, registered players were signed up andj already there are tliree more certain ] players. j A third team in the field should en-! sure the success of (lie Boms It ugh y League's 194!) season, which will open In several weeks. j Mr. W. Galton, who convened the meeting, said that the third team would be called the Wallcbies. | He expressed pleasure at the laxge attendance and said it augured well for the success of the team. The following ofllcc hearers \vcrc| elected:— Patron, Mrs. Qalton; president, "Mr Chant; senior vice-president, Mr. Cnffrcy; joint secretaries, Mr. Hudson, Miss Varcin; treasurer, Miss Hcjcu t'ollins; entertainment committee. Messrs. Hudson, Hoffnitin, 1). l'Yency and Miss Varc...

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COLTS CRICKET TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

COLTS CRICKET TEAM Colt's cricket team for Sunday's match against Mac's Gulley Is as fol lows: L,. Petttford (capt-)i M. Lang ton, A. Glover, D. Sorenson, F. Ainsworth, K. Watkins, D. Bird, J. Partridge, J. Flower, M. Harrlmanu, B. Ashney, K. Klmlln.

Publication Title: Western Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 10 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. i'r ACROSS 1. Visoai 6. Co awmy I 1L. Cury 12. Btxaaf tool )S. Fnft IS. Brown itady 17. CojHtTftint 19. Diamond 20. Gushed out 21. Beitow 22. Deck 23. Mediter ranean i&luud 25. Stone tablet 27. StorkingB 28. Type of cbecse 29. WhiBl call 82. Continent 35. Instant 37. Fragrance 38. Solid rod* 40, VeavinK mm-hmc 41. Continent 44. Like a Bon 46. SaSvf 47. Kindle# 45. Sentifliie 49* Saltpetre 50. Scriptw piHI9» 51. Exalted - 52. Apprehend DOWN 1. Notable act 2. Plunder* 3. Hermit 4. American Sut<* 5. Kidney fat 6. Couches 7. Break out 8. Work 9. Settled * snugly JO. Facility 11. Bough 14. Buy hack If). He mad 18. Regret* 24. Rotary part ANSWER TO (JKOSSWORl) No. 13 26. Language 29. Vapours 30. Generous 3], Musira! instrument 32. WnlfVbflnc of Sli^jw 31. Brar wiint-rt 36. Ireland 37. Karly 39. Sprr'tacle >0. J.i^ht 12. hpice 13. Parrhed 14. Italian coin 45. fti'ureat SOLUTION - NEXT WEEK

Publication Title: Western Star
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Race Acceptances 2 States MOONEE VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

Race Acceptances 2 States MOONEE VALLEY I WARBOCK HIGHWEIGHT HCP,' First Division, OF. (1.0).—Foxacre 'J.7, Yultarra 9.0, Qigli Mark 8.9, Tlie Poet' 8.9, Official Report 8.7, liilrna 8.7, Blue Scout 8.o, J< ii rani mi 8.;1, Tartarus 8.5, Ambassador 8.2, Curious Scout 8.2, Dark Marie 8.2, St. Lume 8.0, Baroinio. 8.0, Golden Asset 8.U, Jobs Guilt 8.0, Loekhardt 8.U, Muyuua 8.0, Sir Nuffield 8.0. BOMSEY HXJBDLE, i!M. (1.30). — Return 10.0, Sir William 9.9, Man u' War 8.7, Braganza 9.4, Kubbadar 9.2J Kossfield 9.2, Timekeeper 9.2, Black Pcntheus 9.0, Consequence 9.0, Jung Bahadur 9.0, Print,. Stuart 9.0, Pucka ividgcc 9.0, River Princess 9.0, Sly.' ;asm 9.0, Tunukee 9.0, Valboy 9.0; \Vaitara 9.0, Worrowiiig 9.0. PBESTON HANDICAP, 5F. (2.5). —Rover's Mark 9.0, Vols 8.8. Cliarklia 8.0, Suit Chick 8.0, liadiaut Ruby 8.0 Wooloowyn 8.0, Untieing 7.12, Prin cess Joy 7.12, Gai Fillette 7.9, Miss Victoria 7.9, San Faroe 7.9, Simfair 7.9, Dusky liose 7.7, Finest llouv 7.7, Reservation...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

_ /AT THIS KIND OF RACE Wages never win! During and since the war, prices of most goods and services have risen. Many people believe that the only way to overcome ihe effects of these increases is to earn more money—and higher personal incomes have been demanded. Now, experience is teaching every one what many have known all along — and these THREE KEY FACTS have become obvious: I Increases in salaries and • wages In any particular in dustry send hp the cost of pro■ ducing that industry's goods ... and prices rise. 2 Members of that industry • make a gain . . . bat that gain is short-lived. Other indus tries follow—prices overtake gains. Everyone is worse off. 3 The only way to get A • creased Incomes that are worth having is to bring prices down to the level of incomes• To stop die race between pticei and personal incomes —a race which prices will always win—needs the co operation of every -Austra lian. PRODUCTION IS THE ANSWER There is, of course, a num ber of reasons for today's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

MARQUEE TENTS Made with Berkmyre top aud 12oz. Buck Walls. Superbly out to give comfortable living conditions in all weathers. WHITE POli PEICE8 AND PAETICULAB8. Complete stocks Of Canvas Goods, Fishing Tackle and Ships' Chandlery are available. WRITE FOB CATALOGUE. GEO. PICKERS & CO. Pty. Ltd. 608 Ann Street, Valley and Breakfast Creek Bridge, BRISBANE. Phone L2218-1S. STATHAM, CHfiESMAN AND GO. OUDCA). Public Accountants, Audi tors. Secretaries and Taxation Specialists. MoDowaU St., Homa (op. Post Office;. Bcsident Partner, Mr. C. L. Miller, APIA, AAUQ, AAIS. Tdlsnbonn Sen. Wow*.. FRED PEPPIN (Beg. Q.T.C. and Tattersall 'a Olnb) (Successor to Harry Hood) The first Double for 1949 is Uio NEWMARKET & AUSTRALIAN CUP (Bun at Fleming ton on March 12 and March 14.) Place yonr name on the mailing list Now. ABB YOU ON MT MAILING LIBTf If not, Write: Bos 1M3W, a.P.O. BrUut, Phone: Office B.4(f>. <

Publication Title: Western Star
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£39,000 offer was rejected. GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE OVER ROMA ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. IN 1951 [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

| £39,000 offer wai rejected. GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE OVER ROMA ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. IN 1951 RETAILS of transactions between the State Electricity Commission and the Roma Eieciiic Light and Power Co. which have result ed in a Government decision to a quire the plant in 1951 at the ex piration of the existing franchi:c were released this week by Mr. J. 1'aylor, M L.A. Acting on behalf ,-cf the- Eoa a Town Council, the Commissicu 1: jt year submitted an ofier of £3?,:i0 for tie assets of the company. The offer wis assessed 1111 the basis of relieving shareholder* of all nubil ities and reluming tlieni £1 for every £1 of paid-up share c'ujiit.nl i;i<11:di bonus shares. or £)/a/ for eaili £1 actually contributed liy hIi:irelicIdcre at the time of the issue of the bonus shares. The company rejected this offer, setting a considerably higher valuation On the undertaking, and describing the Commission's offer as one which hlid the effect of reducing all existing assets to zero value. ...

Publication Title: Western Star
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STREET CORNER TALK MAY SOLVE TOWN'S HOUSING DIFFICULTY [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

STREET CORNER TALK MAY SOLVE TOWN'S HOUSING DIFFICULTY A street corner conf erence on Wednesday night in Soma may have played a major part in help ing to settle Soma's housing prob lems. It took place between tlie Minister (Mr. Power) ami ;i luesil builder (Mr Telford). Mr. Power, who controls the Stute Housing Commission, receiiUv ordered (he Coiniiiission to cull for tenders fol lowing publicity glvou to reports of the town's housing short.-)#','. She Commission bad previously called for tenders to build homes in Roma, but had only received one, which was rejected because it was considered too high. On Wednesday iii^liL, Mr. I'owcr. wild \r;in returning by I ruin to bri.i bune from n trip to Ouimaniulla. slnyi") for (i t'cH Iiour.s in iliwia. Wiilking up tlic utreet with Mr. ,1. Tiiylor, M.L A., lie nlel Mr. Telford, mid discussed building problems in this district for more tlmii liulf 1111 lioiir il the corner of "MePownll nnd AVyndhnni SI reels. Mr. I'ower explained in tlic ITou...

Publication Title: Western Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

»ryTT?;TtTTTjrT! NOW OBTAINABLE THE NEW 1949 HIS MASTER'S VOICE PORTABLE RADIO. Local Agent:— SPORTS & RADIO ASHBY-S'BICYCIES FOR A LIFETIME OF SEBVICE X D. GRANT MePaVALL gTRtfr, ROMA NACO AIR CONTROL WINDOWS tIS.it: ^ fef®c»y«tikiiPii«a§iw| ^tefeuteU yj KWHDDli r« p1 k* jfiijft avfcai] HtMUsfiui THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES COMPANY LIMITED (INOOBPOjJATSD JN XNOIiAlfD) ROMA WALLUMB1LLA MITCHELL PUUNIj Maranoa Friendly Soeieties dispensary McD0WALL STREET* ROMA Phone 58. P.O. Box 55 (W. J. Sabine, Ph.c., M.P.S., Man ager) Aqarol 2/0 ft 6/ HANDIES MINUTE FACIAL CLEANSING PADS 3/9 D.Hjf. Prickly Heat Powder 1/9 fruit Salts Chemco 2/6 Yardley 'a Hand Cream 6/9 D.H.A. Stomach and Liver Salts 2/0 Napro Hair Vitalteer 2/9 ft 5/2 Chemco Oliildrons'' Tonic 1/6 BruahbaV Liquid Hair Cream 2/ Heal Proof l'Vediug Bottli* Maranoa , Corn Cure V BUY YOUR CASKET TICKET AND SHARES FROM ROMA'S CASKET KING Jack Grant HIS LATEST SUCCESS — 2ND PRIZE IN CASKET 1309. GRANT'S SPORTS DEPOT also have in st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

SIATE8:—Morany Gloves, Suede. Ooloiur* N»tt. Brows, Owar, 1»/9- •,. ^..; P.O. Box FOB PRESBNT8 THAT PLEA.8B. 76 ltcDOWALL 8TBEBT, BOBCA. \ Oppodte Town Boll. Phone 884. 1 <=* 11 ii'wniii? MeDOWAXiIi ITSBBT * FBOITI *, SOMA RAC.Q. LISTED GARAGE AUTHORISED GENERAL MOTORS DEALER fcuHm feito — Pfcm: Sty 3,lMf 24t. CD &e gallon than you would normally expect from ffucfa ft lively power plant. You'll find comfort ami safety, high speed and easy handling. You'll finrl lift, action ana thrills. You'll find that no car has been more expertly designed to suit a country's needs than Holden has for Australia. It is a car made In Australia* for Australia Holden has a unique combination of features — here are some of the highlightst New-design AerobUt body for roominess without unnecessary hulk . . . overhead vaJve 6-cylinder engine for performance plus economy ... independent front wheel springing for levelling out rough roads . . , 3-speed nynchro mesh gear* for easy changing...

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JANUARY WOOL SALES REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

JANUARY WOOL SALES REVIEW Tbe expectation that the Janu ary sales Would witness further peak prices for this centre duly eventuated, a wool sales review by New Zealand Loan md Mercan tile Agency Co. Ltd. reports. Competition, the review says, proved 10 )>c excellent .niU it wns not lwij; be fore it was reported Unit large orders were in the market on ./npiifiese count allegedly directed by Anierieun influences and which li.id been, In pari, allotted to buyers hitherto nut. associated with .7:ijutitcsu piirrlin'cs. This wHji tlie second time, since the resumption ol' auction sales, that pur chases had been mailt' mi 1 >e 1 ul11 of Japan a»d it is of inloie.'t to compare values with those established at the previous Occasion in Alay of last year, when, it will be remembered, heavy buying on Japanese account coincided with almost unrestrained purchases by Kussia, forcing prices to extreme leve's. In tlic January sales just concluded, values for the better style fleece wools were ...

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HOLLYWOOD HOLLYWOOD, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

I HoEly'wOOD, Wednesday. Greer G&rson and Walter Pidgcon will be together for the sixth time in ' 'Tho Forsyte Saga.'' Errol Flynn and Bobert Young will share starring hon ours and Janet Leigh and Reginald Owen will head the supporting cast. - Seen until now only In musical comedies, Sicardo Montalban gets his first crack at straight drama— and his first starring role—in "Border Incident," which MGM plan for early production. **#*•* Writing from England, where slic is making "The Conspirator" with Bobert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor reports that she and her mother spent a wonderful, wintry Christmas on a large country estate in Cotswold, 30 miles out of London. After her fine dramatic work in "Act of Violence," Janet Leigh draws the role of the ballerina hero ine in MOM'S "Storm Over Vienna," in which she stars with Peter lawford and Audrey Totter. Judy Garland's daughter, Liza, will make her screen debut in the MGM musical, "In The Good Old Hummer Time." Judy is trying to persu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

K. A MCGRATB B. Com. (Unlvenuty of (Jueen&'and AFIA, AAUG. Public Aeeountant, Auditor and Tax Agent. HcDOWALL IX, BOICA. W PlIMIllllllH »Mfc One call may save all..J^ /g, I _ ■ U5T the simple action of the switch girl connects you with thotft who can help in your emergency* In timet of illness, one call may save your life. In cate of fire, or.a call may save your home. Kn a financial emergency* one call lo the manager of the Commonwealth Bank may save you from lots or disastejr But It it not necessary or advisable to wait for a crisis. If you wish to open a cheque account, or obtain an over draft; if you need a loan to finance a business, farm or industry; or to build or buy a home; if you require hire purchase facilities; if you want any other # banking service, in addition to friendly practical advice, tele phone now for an appointment or just call in at your convenience. The full experience of the Bank . Is available to you at any Branch of the Every Branch of the Bank co...

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MOTORISTS' DELEGATION [Newspaper Article] — Western Star — 18 February 1949

MOTORISTS' DELEGATION Headed by the Deputy Presid ent of the Australian Automobile Association (Sir Thomas Kettle ford) a deputation of representa tives from all States will soon wait upon the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) or his deputy. Mr. Leon Trout will be the Queensland dele gate representing the K.AK7.Q. The delegation will press for a re duction in llie prcseut heavy petrol fa* of l(Md. per gallon and lurtlier ask that the whole of the money reveived by the Government from the petrol tax be expended on ronds and uncillinry transport projects. The Australian Automobile jWoeia tion ia the co-ordinating body for the seven pviiuipnl imitorUi^ clubs and :is socifitiotifi in Auutr.iliti (including the > R.A.C.Q ), and has a membership of over 3-1,000.

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