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Recent Publications [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Recent Publications TThe February issue of the "London Magazine" contains a number oI photogravure picture pages of the wonders of "The Fairest Jewel in the Umpire's Grown" which the Prince of [Wales has seen in India- There is falso the usual theatrical illustrated section. Sir Andrew Duncan, A. E. .$fanmng-Foster. Leonard Flemmlng and Frank M. Carruthere contribute special articles, whilst several of the , leading writers of Action are repre sented by contributions, the •whole being well illustrated. "Harmswortb's Home Fashions" lor January contains patterns tor three Choice blouses illustrated on • cover, together with instructions for wiftiring a knitted lace jumper, also '■Illustrated' This magazine. contains a wide range of fashions suitable for .all occasions and all weathers The cover of the "Grand Magazine" for February depicts a dramatic in •Jeldent from "The Scarlet Kimono," a •Complete story by William Le Queux. the well-known writer. Other fiction writers are Edgar Wall...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

STEWARTS I 15 per cent. Discount Sale NOW PROCEEDING, 3 1 Blouses, Underskirts, Kimonos, ' IC "J —J I Nightdresses and Underwear. |j THE GARMENTS WE ARE NOW. SHOWING IN OOi SKOTVEOOM ABE WORTH TOUR INSPECTION ON ACCOUNT OF THE IK RICHNESS IN QUALITY AND HIGH CHABACTEB OF FASHION COBBECTNESS. LADIES BLOUSES. Charming White Silk Blouses that are delightfully cool anil most reli able quality. Usual Price 19/6, 21/-, 22/-, 28/6. Less 15 p cent l«/7, 17/10, 18/9, 24/8 Becoming Black Silk Blouse sty lishly cut and faithfully sewn through out. Usual price 19/6. 21/- 28/6 each Less 16 p. cent- 16/7, 17/10, 24/3 each Colored crcpo-de-Chene Blouses, decidedly dressy suitable for day or semi evening wear Usual Price 21/-, 27/6, 30/-, 32/-. Less 16 p. cent 17/10, 23/5, 25/6, 27/3 Plain 'White Voile Blouses aro al ways serviceable and dainty. Usue^ price 8/6, 14/6, 16/6, 16/6 Less 16 p.c. 7/3, 12/4, 18/2, 14/ White Muslin Blouses, delightfully cool, launder well, keep their appear ance and give ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BarcaldineAND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Mr. J. B. Lock, optometrist, is on bis Central-Western tour again, and notifies Ms dates in this Issue- Bar caldine will be visited from. March 9th to 15th. Queensland Fruits excel in flavour. Buy * STATE" brand JAMS—tbe high grade Queensland product. The local Salvation Army Annual Harvest Festival Sale will he held, in the Army Barracks on March 16th Bbd 16th. i A meeting of the ladies' commit tee in connection with the Soldiers* Jfiemoria.1 la called for this (Satur day) afternoon at 4 p.m. at the Ma sonic Hall. As important business is to he discussed a full attendance is requested Mr. Edwin Pike, one of tbe govern ing directorB of Pike Brothers Ltd., Queensland, accompanied by Mrs. *Pike, left Brisbane by the s-s- Ormon de on Saturday, 11th February, on a business visit to the British' Isles and France with the intention of re newing old acquaintance with his many friends among the manufac turers and cotton and woollen mil lers. A ladies sub-committee compris ing Mesdames W- T....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, » Has MOTOR CARS TOR HIRE. Two 6-Cyliader Buicks at your disposal. Phone 78. —o— Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motor Cycle, " Rover" Cycle and SuririeB United States Motor Tyres, Etc. (|^Baroaldine and District Agent for— Tiie Celebrated BUICK GABS. MOTOR CflR_ n?RRE FOB Prompt Attention Ring np 'Phone 101. DAT OR NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," lifath Barcaldine. "KENIL WORTH," Private Hospital, Maple and Acacia- bteketb, BARCALDINE. —Outside Cases Attended.— For particulars and terras apply to— Phone 81 RUBY GREEN, A.T.N A The People's Cash Store dSH.STP.EET (opposite Glvleograph), BARCAX.PIIHB. For your order for CIBOCGRIEii or PRODUCE: Ring PHONE 83. R. M. OUINN, Proprietor. HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALDINE. Full range of materials in stock to select from. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING and PRESSING. All garments made on the premises. CAR FOR HIRE. ABAMAC Visited Fortnightly. 'Phone 14. Bo* «2. ^ustralian |||utual...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Flood Paragraphs [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Flood Paragraphs | Culled from "Winton Herald" Feb 14th Since the flood waters abated the oc cupants of the submerged property have had a busy time cleaning up the drift rubbish that had been left in discriminately by the receding tide. Fortunately the stuff wag of a com bustible nature, and, once dry- was easily destroyed by fire. The Star Pictures turned a fire hose on' and washed away all the dirt deposited by the flood, and after cleaning the engine, and replacing the flooring, were able to show on Wefluesday night to quite a good house. The Shire Council have a big undertak ing in front of them in repairing and restoring washed-away footpaths and crossings in the town- The roads in the country divisions .must have Buf fered severely, "but the good Bense of ratepayers will show them that the repairs will take some time, and they will consequently not expect the Council to do impossibilities St. Patrick, at his best; could not have made a cleaner sweep* of snakes than did the flo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Kia-Ora' Tea Rooms, OAK-STREET, BABCALDJQTB. Tea and Coffee, Dainty Cakes and Sandwiches Try our Iced Drinks- Ices and Lemon Squash. SPECIALS-— Confectionery and Fruit. 'Phone 86- Civility and Attention Mrs. L. WELLS, Proprietress. THE GEISHA TEAROOMS OAK-STREET BAROALDINE. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS TEA, COFFEE, COCOA, rOA8T, 8ANOWICHE8, DAINTY CAKES, &o. SOFT DRINKS, CONFECTIONERY FRUIT. Theatre and Picture Parties Catered Fn Civility and Attention, A call will be appreciated. 'Phocne 11 Mrs. F.LAMQNT, Proprietress. SHAMPOO YO.UB 0AIB WITH BEXONA SOAP. No matter bow lovely your hair, a Bexena Soap shampoo will improve it. It will feel ?ood too—that bubbly, frothy, cleansing lather sleans and softens tho liafr, fluffs it, and brings out cach little wavo and ripple. It is ?asy to use, rinws out quickly, ana when the tiair IB dry. it looks its best, and you leel your test. Obtainable everywhere. Try us for Job Frtattnr.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

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Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything P Have you anything to sell? Have yon lout or foaod something P Meetings, &o. Advertisements in this column,at special cates for CASH strictly in advance. If booked ordinary caBual advertising rateB will be charged. Maximum number of words tinder prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three *4 Insert. Inserts. i6 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/® I very additional eight words... 1/- 1/3 1/8 CLEAN NEWSPAPERS™BOUGHT AT STIBBARDS. 2d. PER LB. VTSEOmnn Loug Wood pur load, 12*. (UilliiUUli—Cut up BlookB, per load—12s E. J. HUNT, Ash St., Baroaldine. F, T. MoDONALD, Saddler and Har aeas Maker, Oak-street. Baroaldine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 FOR SALE—A large quantity o£ fresh wheaten chaff. Apply.—E. M. Peder aen, Martindale Farm, Emerald 9-0 FOB SALE.—Cut Roses, largest and best assortment always obtain able.—MiBB Gunn, Ohestaufc gtreet. North Side, Baroaldine. mueeabit honet.— Guaranteed Pure. 7lb. tins; 6/-» 141b tins, 10/-. Larger quantities i...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Longreach Items. The following team will represent Long reach in the cricket match against Barest dine on Sunday week:—E. Case, J. Leges, B. J. WilloockB, B. Menzies, H. D. Meares, r. McMaBter, E. Glasson, W. McDermott, J. Aitohison, E. D. Miller, and W. L. Boyd. A. If. Savage and W. Alc&laeter are the emergencies. . A very ead death occurred here on Tues day, Mr. Gomer Williams, licensee of the Qnesn'e Hotel, succumbing to typhoid fever. The late Mr. WilliamB grew up in the town, and married Miss Bene Olarke, second daughter of Mr. J. H. Clarke, atone time of the Carlton Hotel. The deceased took great interest in football matters, and labt season donated a cup for competition. He was only 30 years of age, and is survived by his widow, and three children, the youngest being eight days old. The funeral on Wednesday was one of the largest eeen here. The pall-bearers were members of the Licensed Victuallers' Association and officials of the Bngby League.. The Be?. Sir. Murray, ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Boarding and Day Schools for Boys and Girls Conducted under the joint auepices of the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches. The Brisbane Boys' College Clayfield, near Brisbane Principal: A. W. Rudd, M.A„ LL.B. Primary and Secondary School The Brisbane High School for Girls Somerville House, South Brisbane t> 'n/vinoid I Mies C. E. Barker, B A. Prmoipals M K jarrote, B A Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary School New and Improved Kindergarten Accommodation School* Htaud iu spacious grounds (seven and five acres respectively) and in the A most healthy \-06itiotif in Brisbane. The Schools feature open-air treatment for the o&hing of pupils. Boat dors &ro fiivrn spcoial care in iheir " Home Life/' and every art XfrfO aVe up for the pupils' absence from home. Apply for rtu IUnetrt»ed Pro«pef.ti\a of either or both schools to the Prinoip lis, or to— THE PBESBVTEBIAN AND METHODIST SCHOOLS ASS0C1A N (ttodpr who'i(> dirrctionx tlm "oboolflarc conducted) B T. CAMPBELL, ir...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District, LONGREAOR BRANCH OFFICE, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

I " ————i——j Longreach and District, IaOMOBB&OB BltlOB OFFIOB, The weather since last report baa been excellent, hot at times, but this jb tempered by cool breeees. Bain has been banging about again, with stormy conditions occa sionally, and it would not be surprising to see another downpour shortly. The following are the stock movements for the week3000 ewes from Strathdarr to Yanburra, Boyd & Holdsworth owners; 8000 sheep, Leolandale to Brenda, H. C. ThompBon owner, A. J. Smith in charge; 4700 sheep from Longreach to Winton, W. O. Magratb owner, Ward in charge; 1000 wetheis from Iiongreach to Eackhampton, Denham Bros, owners. l'he followingare the movements of stock for the month of January Entered the district—185 horses, 3819 cattle and 13,316 sheep; removed from the district—663 horses, 346 cattle and 118,361 sheep; move ments within the district—1216 horses, 276 cattle and 58,118 sheep. Two mobs , of bullocks travelling from Kamilaroi to Charleviile have been d...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Goats and the Rain. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Goats and the Rain, Thus the witty editor of tbe " B&rcoo In di pendout":—During the fine weather the goiit flocks move off into the conn try like an Arab caravan, and do not return until dusk. Like tba Red India tie of the olden daye, each tribe seems to have its own pre serves. Tbe goat has a great nose for feed, and if tbe sheep was only one-tenth as good' a forajrer, there would not be ,su;h losses in drought time. In wet weather, however, tho goat becomes quite iriendly to man, and seeks to enter man-built shelters. The goat knows all the moat likely plaoes ot shelter in town, and oae tribe favors tbe " barcoo Independent" verandah, while an other one or more is very partial to those at Murray Bros.' corner. It is almost as futile to attempt to eboo tho goat off as it is. to tell a small summer fly thitt be is sot wanted. In this respect a hutnoroas tri aoguUr iluol was witnessed tho other day. ,Au uiiicrly guntitiumu with u kurti objecxi.m to " Billy" and tbe ladies of...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

John Canaan R L. H. Peterson Notary Public. - Notary Public. OANNAN 4PETERS0N Solicitors and Notaries, LONGREACH. And I.O.A.. Buildings, Queen-street.. BRISBANE H. 8. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH I L D.Q., DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolsover-street, ROGKHAMPTON, and Eflgle-st, LONGREACH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Rotten Finance" [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

" Hotten Finance" Mr. Fihelly is on the defensive, and hie de fence iB weak. Addressing the waterside workers a few days ago be said they would notice that "all the anti-Labour papers ■aid that our financial administration jg rotten," and then went on to ray that they did not mention that for the two years he had been Treasurer there had been a son pins each year, that the' Government was spending more than double the amount of money each year on education than the last Liberal Government did, that the Labour Government had largely increased the vote for orphans and fatherless children, and that it gave a living wage to sweated publie servants. It the State Treasurer has no better excuse to offer for the ''rotten fin anoe" of the-Government he will be wise to keep off the hustings. The two microaoopi oal surpluses of which he is evidently so proud do not look at all well beside the ac cumulated deficits that up to that time had marked Caucus administration. and he omitted any mentio...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Power and Light for the Country [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

' Power and Light for the Country It will interest our readers and par ticularly the farmers and graders of the district to know that Messrs. L. & E. Hoskins (late of G. & C. Hoskins Ltd-, of Sydney and Llth gow) have secured the Australian rights of the Matthews Lighting and Power Plant, a full automatic light ing (machine now in general use amongst all the modern rural homes and farms in America- It is their In tention to give a full dress exhibi tion of the plant at the forthcoming Royal Show in Sydney, and to de monstrate how the luxuries of a city home can be secured by country re sidents. Local visitors to the Show are cordially invited to witness the demonstration. In addition to light ing up the home the plant provides power for all requirements on the farm including pumping, milking, separating, &c-,' as well as all domes tic services such as power for fansJ ironing and washing- Messrs. Hos kins & Hoskins have also secured the agencies for th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

OVERLAND 4-THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Eolds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED. You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it. WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA83I8 OPENED OP FOR EVERYBODY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK& .« * j LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

"THE LIQUOR ACT OF 1912." (Secttbn 34 ) IToilce of Application for Transfer of Licensed Vtetaaller'ft License. To the Licensing Court of the Licensing District of Arainac act ing under "The Li*uor Act of 1912" I, MAEKjrE "WILKINSON being the holder of a Licenced Victualler's License under the said Act for the premises known as the Marathon Hotel, and situated at Aramac, in the said District, hereby give notice that I intend to apply, at the next monthly sittings of the said Court, to transfer the said license to ROBERT GORDON HAYES, of Ara mac. And I. the said ROBERT GOR DON HATES, hereby give notice that it iB my intention to apply that such transfer may be granted to me. I am unmarried* I have not held a license before. Dated this thirteenth day of Feb ruary, 1922. MADGE -WILKINSON. ROBERT G. HATES. HEMPENSTALL BROS LTD. 1-3 Selling Agents- < ROBERT F- LYONS. Solicitor for applicant. Primary Producers Union Mitchell District Plebiscite. Li.." ■ , MEMBERS of the above Un...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Strangle for Labor Leadership. Theodore v Fihelly. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Strangle for labtr LnMip, Theodora v Flhelly. By fiangitira. •me schemes, squabbles, and intri gues in the innermost circles of the Queensland Labor Party are equally as vehement and venemoua aa the warfare between "the Nationalists antf the Country Party were, who com pose the Opposition. For a year or two, Theodore and Fihelly tried to push Ryan out of Queensland poli tics to get a step higher up the lad der for themselves; arid , when push ing did not succeed, they managed to "lure" him out. telling him he was bound to beat Hughes, and so be come Prime Minister right away. When Ryan missed the 'bus* Theo dore and > Fihelly used to Jokingly re fer, amiongBt ■ their .friendB,' to Ryan's discomfiture, thus, ''Did he fail, or was he pushed?" Hunter was unanimous ly elected Agefit-Generai, but he did' not want to go, preferring to remain ■ as Minister vfor Lands to help Ryan! against the two rampageous Labor ites.. put Hunter was told he could not have his cake and eat it. So he ha...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cricket at Barcaldine. Civil Service and Banks Defeat Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Cricket at Barcaldine. Civil Service and Banks Defeat Town. A fair crowd assembled at ok„s grounds on Sundaytest to ££3< cricket match between flM^rthS? STKr^-sar^si ™»bl;M te.S,' aT^T"? SI Kara the town team. The Tm™' s^mi trsssra K*ZaSS"L ssrt aF? r-Wwa bjr CMIoott. One ;IJ,i,,°r mSSi « succession, ' making *%$ was hatHn W,C«jte S4' ®astaughffif Burns were 2 ®^ KGll>r «n« «K»j| hfri6f/,Bplay of b^munsMl aS tonr one three, and Pi££ braces. Uwwhart, with eleven, wig the only other batsman to r&adr double ifeures o* thebo^in^S n^.i„ra°Bock hogged four fat) to, Bowden tour tor 27, and Chilcott fa* Thq combined team then want As the crease. Gale and H< Buifcl^LfiS batting to the bowling of xjjm .^ssafftsstrts fyf&a ffsstr.ffa St^'ST^^T 2L GaIe 8003 hoc sec ana wag gfTiog the 6aMqt*i 5°™® leather-chasing. The ComMned making a better ataniL four wickets being down for 60 ThS 1IttIe' **i the lnnlngi *.!?r s9_,runs' the combtaS team thus scoring a n...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

CHAHBEHLMN'S PAIN BALK Tbia is altnimont, remarkable for its great power over pain, it quickly allays the ex cruciating pains of rheumatism and makes sleep antf rest possible. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell & Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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