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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Exterminate the Blow-Fly Pest By properly spraying your sheep with an I .B.C. Power Spraying Plant. This u&mt luui been specially designed for aprajrlaff abo»p to «hUUM|> -ilf. oyirf to tha direct reauftt of ouir taaajr j«in oxpedmm to MMf. IM and i/umplMr plftata. Th» pump la a blgh-claas Duplex with outald* vuM Mm plm|W MA braaa baada, and la aultable for a prceaur* ot MOO*. p* aqMre talk. The spraying liquid la forced through a pom1» which tbma ft MUd |et But grill penetrate the thickest jnool. , I Oar apeelal spring banflplaoe «mMI» thf opvator to MHMlr *M$F e>. Ihnf 0B the liquid aa detlrad. The maoblce la regularly supplied jrltb two boats. Ml Will tm three m lwv> can be supplied if dim. 1 Onr sow aheep can be aprayed dally: With ay at time stasia . fitted | Mtk tw boaee. WRITE FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AND QUOTAHOH*. lotercoloiial Boring Co. Ltd., Merobanta, Engineer* and Gontifteton* ^ 46^-460 An^StraVBRISBilNE ^ A FAVORITE HEMEDY FMBABIES. Its pleasant taste ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A New Drapery Store. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

A New Drapery Store. Mr. Harry Symonds ha* bis new men's drapery, next Eoyal Hotel, open for busi ness. We had a look round the establish ment yesterday morning, and note that our enterprising townsman has a really fine and well-selected stock of everything required by menfolk, with the exception of boots; the factories are so congested with orders that be cannot be supplied nnder a couple of months. Mr. Clarence Murnane is in charge, and he showed us several special lines, some q£ which have never previously been stocked in Barcaldine. There are shearers' galatea trousers, already strapped for UBB ; aleo strapped flannels. Fegatnond silk oilskin coatB will be found useful by the traveller. The old genuine beaver moles have come into the market again, and are of the well-known stamp and quality of years ago. There, is a range of engineers' bib overalls. There is a big range of men's felt hats; blocked tweed hats, from the same agency as the famed Stetson American hats ' -a supply of...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isolation a Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Isolation a Mistake. lu retiring from political life, Mr. W. L. Baillieu, who for jears has bet-n unofficial leader of the Victorian Legislative Council, uttered a warning; to the farmers Farm ing interests, he said, would not be aided by isolated notion. Public life and national progteBB could only be advanced by the oo operation of all classes of citizens. Politi cal strife betwtun town and country would" mean re-action and not progress. He was uoabl'i to gee how tbe farmer could expect:, tlrit hie welfare would be permanently as sisted by a party that refused to join with tbOBe forces whioh, in the main, represented the same political ideal. Mr. Baillieu's wor<ls have Riipljcfuion to Queensland as well as Victoria. A disunited Opposition, as was shown last session, iS impotent, whereaB if ihn torc«n co-0|>ijr.»tod much good could be accomplished, particularly in a Houec in which the Government hae suoh a slender majority. If tbe Opposition in Queensland bad been uni...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. nuiBBflrw Mar Cn am built ta |lw avary day aanrlaa at law Mftaati Mora than 300,000 CHEV ROLET awnara to afl Mrti a# tha world taatlfy that tfii aar BMata MM MhN far law»rt»ad, tfapandabls AfcaaMa raMMMy aaf har aM a# apleaap ma«Mni Mm flHBmmr «. AM Ml «IM «*fcaa pawar and liOWAKD MOTOR CO.. Limited, Toovroomba. Brisbane. BooVhampton. District Agent. P. E. HALU BarcaMIna. Edgar's Treasure House: Of>p. G.T.O. ROCKHAMPTON Phone 86 I1MH

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

RSLBVfcS BBEUHATISB. Why noc use Chamberlain's Pain Balm when you have rheumatism ? Wo, feel euro that, the result will be prompt find satisfactory. One application relieves the pain, and many have been permanently relieved by its one, Sold by Hugh Savage and A, ParneU &8pni. FOR STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKINS Use ELLIOTTS "Neverstick" Leothergloss (Reo'd) Guaranteed to cure and renovate the stickiest Le&ther and Oilskins procurable. Ute it also for Buggy Motor Hoods, etc. Absolutely waterproof ^old in two colours-Natural nd Black. N-iural is used for treating til coloured leather. NEVEflSTlCK dries in 50 minutes. Sold ^wh»rs,ortl Price 313 a tin Wholesale Agents for Queensland; Arthur Scott & Co .Edward Sf»,Brisbane k ========aa==t==== =r The State Government Insnrance Office taaniub Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance on the mcwt favourable terms. FIVE YEARS' RESULTS Approximate Amount* Insured Fire and Mix Amdratf11,500,000 "fe . . ? . . £3,500,000 HKA...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Execution of Colin Ross. Maintains Innocence. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Execution of Colin Boss. Maintains IoMcace.. The last chapter in me sensational story of the munk-r of A lma Tirtsohe was brought to a cloBe last Monday morning when Co Us Boss was hanged in Melbourne GaoL Boss had a good sleep Sunday sight. Shortly after nine o'clock, oext morning he was removed from the condemned cell to one near tbe gullows. He was joined a little later by tbe Rev. Mr.. Fen ton, the Presbyterian chaplain of tbe gaol, and the Kev. Mr. Goble, who aesteted at the request of the condemned men's relatione and friends. . Panotnally at ten o'clock. BOBS was M from tbe cell an 4 walked along to the scaf fold in a firm and brisk manner. He was precoded by tb*> clergymen, reoiting pas sages from the ScriptureB, and took his place on the trap without hesitation. Bow ooolly glanced round tbe assembled' oom Sany and then, with his head aeld high,, led bis gaze directly ahead. As the sheriff fixed the cap .over the' condemned man's bead, Boss said " I am f now faoe to faoe ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

| General Comments. I L a Before the outbreak of the war New Guinea was divided between Britain, Germany, and the Dutch (.says the Ipswich " Times"). Tho foresight o£ Sir Thomas Mcllwraith. and tho lack of it displayed by the then British Government when they disallowed ? the annexation of New Guinea many years ago, has been amply proved by recent events. Wlhat then could liaye been secured by annexation eventually had, later, to be seized by an armed force, which operation caused the loss of valuable Australian lives, and much treasure. But a fine realm has been brought under Australian control, and the area of the territory an nexed is about 92,000 square miles, which is greater, by 9000 square miles than the State of Victoria. The native population Is estimated at 860 000. There are several large bays on the coast, and the country Is watered by huge rivers that rise in the mountains of the interior. In the course of , time this beautiful country -will become a magnificent asset t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

O'BRIEN & CO (O'Brien & -nthgate.) BuiI4ere and uontraotoro, BARCALOINE. ESTIMATES >rfven for aii nov n Boilings and Repairs. PntiittiiK Add ilwnbtiix ..Uto exeoawid. Shearing Contractor. Disengaged 1st Week In Hay fllJlAM Fir8t-olnflJ Bhcarnrs Shed Hf>ndn, JL aslant cd Heid Office, 107 Cantlflreagh it, Sydney. Boforeooo : Greet law. Gannett Apply. W. K. BUDD. 9<1 Per J. J. Dolibyn, Emmet NOTICE. W. G. THOMPSON, dam imntit end TASK SUTXEB Etc. Etc. I01UHATBS given for Overshot D«B» and By-waahes. Derated Earth Tanks built to me the .purpose of galvanised Iron tanks. From 20,000 to 100,OOo c*l tanij. Repair workdooe. . Address: OAK-STRBBT. Phone 146. BABCAUMHB. flMHER 1 BOK11XA 8AWMILUNG COMPANY (uito rtiuihpp*), bobicla smnrft Q.C.U goiuw inquiries for HABDWOOD, Wmgti or nicely dreesed; tlx VXB8T-0LASS BALU8TBB8, fltaMIr Hl^wrmn GUM-bo splendid to work Vlmber for Hurdles, &c. No Orier too Small .or Attention. / Auction Notice. F0OBY &...

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Football. The Opening of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Football. The Opening of the Season. There was n large attendance at the Show Grounds on Snnday last to witness the opening of the football season. The two newly-toimed Cluba, Wallabys and Bri gade, were the contesting teams. The Juniors took the field at 2 3D p.m. J. Mc Allister captained the Brigade, and H. Barns the Wallabys. The Wallabys proved victorious by 19 to 11- For the winners, tbe scorers were (J. Cliffe, (two), H. Burns, W. Collins, and D. McMillan one each. H. BurnB and B. McQuaidconverted one try each. For the losers J. McAllister scored two tries and P. Bourbe one. M. Holland convened one try, Mr, J. Gar rett satisfactorily handled the game. The Seniors then took the field amidst applause. I). Divery captained the Bri gade and J. McQuaid the Wallabys. The match resulted in a evenly-contested game, and though this was the first match of tbe season the play could be classed as good. The Brigade team gained a victory by 0 to 3. For tbo winners the 'scorers were D. Dever...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

-TUB liter HiBerioordie Private Hospital The Mansion : The Bugo BOOKHA.MPTOH Ffast-elass nursing and sooommodation. Any of the local dobtors attend. For particulars apply to Matron Sister is tfcaige. F. CORY & CO AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Commission acd Forwarding Agents. Hone Bales a 8peolality. Splendid paddocks close to town free to any Eorsmi sent for bona fide sale. LONCMEUEBACH. Agents for lhe New Zealand Fire and Marine Id BUT mm Company. 0. Q. Pastoral Employers Association. See., sc., ICQ. Medcrafe Ltd., ROCKK1MPTON. Manufacturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND JBiscuit* and Confectionery Central ftueenslanders! Support Tour Own Industries. SAWN TIMBEB ~ HYNE & SON. BolB<>ver-atreet felloea. Spokes, and Wheelwright# Material kept in stock Luge Stocks BEST Bough and dressed, of all descriptions. Orders promptly and oarefully attended to VPH. P. ARMBTBOlvG, Manager Bockhampton Branoh Thos. Capstick, Land, Fruit, and General Commission Agent. Oenleon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

BELIEVtS BUEUMATISM. Why nut use Chamberlain's PAID Balm when you have rheumatism ? We feet sure that the result will bB prompt and satisfactory. One application relieves the pais, and many liavo bci'p permanently reliovod by its use,. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Paroell & Hons. Station Managers! "Why ftefel $$i Melbourne lor your stollonwj? fig the "Champion" office tor your ms| lot\ of memos., receipt books, lopes, or letter paper. J 1 vp LOQaewea/m jrfsA fop fl CO/VDEAfSED MiLK andSeSupeyou get -and for Reading The Laurel light is ideal for reading. Its soft, mellow glow deals gently with the eyn of young and old alike and protects them from eyestrain. You will find Laurel cle'an burping and uniform. It docs not char the wick nor leave sediment in the lamp bowl. It feeds freely to the wick and burns clearly and steadily to the last thimbleful. Ask for Laurel and experience satisfactory lightini'. in your home. rn Be sure 10 say "Laurd'iHDon't say Kerosene, I D

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

DEATH. McCULLOUGH--On the 8th April, 1922, at Glenone, Barcaldine, Nona Maud lovad youngest daughter of R. J. and Edith   McCullough, aged two years and six months. IN MEMOEIAM.   HALL-In memory of my dear sister E. A. Hall, who died 18th May, 1911, aged 28 years. We miss you most Who loved you best Inserted by her loving sister, Alice Blake and family, Muttaburra, Queensland. THANKS fllHE Ladies Committee of tho Soldiers A Memorial Fond desire to thank all those who in any way a Be fated by means of donations in money and kind to make the Paddy's Market the great socoess it was. Also Mecsrs Hoare, Hopkins, MoMillan and Chambers for taking charge of gates ?Md'doors. The Jaca Orchestra and those who assisted with the muflio, Mr MoHngh as M.O, also the Town Band, the gentlemen who kindly ereoted the stalls, Messrs Meaoham & Ley land for timber, the Council and their Engineer for the splendid lighting of the £ronnds. Kee8ra James' Stewart ft Co for the...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

If Not, Why Not! ARE YOU A REGULAR READER OF SFltp 1048t£t[tt d|kmpm, 1 (20 pages folio, with cover) BARCALDINE, Q.C.R. Are You Keeping Abreast of the Times? •'The Western Champion," the Csntral-Wesfs weekly paper, will keep you Informed of the world's happenings. It gives you ALL the news while It is new! The cable services published regularly in " The Western Champion" put you in touch with all the important happenings. The paBtoral and livestock reports keep you in touch with the local markets. Special Rockhampton telegram service. ' No matter what the " Man of Affairs" wants to know, he finds intelligent information in u The Western Champion." And Local and District news; all these things i so vitally important to all are found in the columns of the " Champion." The " Champion" is an unexcelled and influen tial advertising medium. EVERY SATURDAY 6 A.M. Your Newsagent can supply you, or obtain direct from the Office, Box 37, Ash-street, Barcaldlne. L i Support Your Local and Dist...

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

General Comments. When the history of high wages In Australia comes to be written, says a Southern authority, if it not be al ready written in unemploymeat, it ■ twill probably be shown that one of the chief factors in some of th» ad vances was the keenness of . e'm ployers to take advantage of high prices at almost any temporary cost In explanation to the Arbitration Conrt in Melbourne recently; of how , ihe basic wage in the v smelting in dustry came to be '15/-, the repre sentative of the Port IPirie smelting Interests said that in 1920, when metal prices were extremely high, the Broken Hill companies were very anxious to get back to/work the men who were on strike, and after several conferences offered a ba^io wage of lfe/- a day, which was 3/ more than the theft existing basic wage of 12/- a day. The Port Pirie ^nteresttf had always been con strained, by force of • circumstances, ■to follow the example of Broken mil, an,} consequently they tell into* Mai.* As a matter of fact t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

H SYMONDS, Box 19 Phone 16 Opposite Railway Goods Shied, BARCAIDINE. MEN'S MERGER, Tobacconist, Fancy 9oods Dealer, &c." \ SSORTHENTS of Stetson, Bomlin^ r\ and AiiBtrilfon HATS, and Alt Lines of MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS,' 4o, at .Reasonable Prioes Agent for'Golden Gasket ' Agent for Silent L.O. 8mi h Ty -ewriter and Accessories "> '1 Corona Portable Typewriter* ■> — HOBART EVERT WEEK — Latent' iuJormntion on «;i Spurting Stoats Larg? asortcneDl of L & Co'a uud ilurling'it Pipes 'DON'T put off your purchase on the assumption that Prices will fall. Ail jciorii* an thousands of Cart b.l.ind on JVc shail I c pic.afd to fire dimonH-ration ruw t'> -prove the conr.o't, rrtv oj cctihol, '■ reliability and - c tioirty of the Crfr«ti'-' tell. ttiquiv: s pert mt.-?"-i.'u.t.rs / ' are ibiGiaity .'.v.itd. (*** • , , •« VYER & JVHYTE ASH STREET, BA RCA L'D INE Phone 131 ■ Silotor .■ Mechanic* THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. "ANTHONY HORDERNS' Invite You fe Write for the Fashi...

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Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board. The usual quarterly meeting of Bat ealdine Fire Brigade Board was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday even ing. April 27th, at which there were present:—Messrs. R. A. Paniell (chairman), A. A. Dyer, J. Mea cham, C, -B. Buxton, R- Park, J Farrell, T. J. O'Connor (the three latter were late, having attended A football meeting first), W. Liennon (secretary), and Press rep', i There was a great deal of corres pondence, njostly of a routine nature which had been attended to, and orders for supplies, which ha^ been received. A few items were of gene ral interest. Mr. R. A. Stubbin had tendered his resignation as a member of the Board in the Government interest, and Mr- J■ Farrell had been ap pointed- In his Bteag and gazetted.— The Chairman, on Mr. Farrell's ar rival, shortly welcomed him, to which Mr. Farrell briefly replied. In reply to a communication from the (Board, Mr. EUnton, Supt. of Metropolitan F.B., Brisbane, Bent •long a number of designs of poles...

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Senator John Adamson. Throws Himself in Front of Train [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Senator John Adamson. Throws Himself in Front ef Train At 8.30 p.m. on-'Tuesday, ye re ceived from our Brisbane Agency a special message which read as fol lows:—Brisbane, 3 P.m.Senator John Adamson, who had bieen in ill health for' a considerable tiine, threw himself in front of a moving train at Hendra and was cut to pieces." The terrible news spread like a bush fire, an^ many were the expres sions of sorrow that such a terrible calamity ehoftld terminate a brfght and useful career. We 'phoned the startling news to. Aramac gnd else where, and the intelligence was re ceived everywhere Xth the' deepest **gret by all sections of the com munity. Mr. Adamson was well-known throughout the district, and be it ■Mg that even among Labo^, extre mists, all had a good word to say for John Adamson, who had the courage of his opinions. The man mnst in deed have been a great sufferer to ter minate his existence in such a tetribte manner. , j Hendra lis a suburban station five J miles from Brisban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

For Sale by Public Auction, AT the offices of Dalgety & Company Limited, Quay-street, Rockhamp ton (Q.) on TUESDAY, the 6th. day of June, 1922, at 11 a.m. Dalgety ft Company Limited, Rocfchamptoo will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION. "Wee Dunrobin" and "Lennox" Adjoining Pastoral Holdings in the South Kennedy Pastoral District. SITUATION : About 60 miles from Jericho railway station. WEE DUNROBIN LENNOX AREAS : 72 Square Mile? 124J Square Miles TENURE : Lease expires 31st December, 1941 31st March 1931 BENTS: 31/10d per square mile 15/- per square mile COUNTRY : Good open forest and spinifex. Causes consist of fofestj, mitchell, kangaroo, spinifex and blue WATER: One sub-artesian- bore 735 feet deep equipped with 24ft- Gomet Mill, two 20,000 gailon receiving Lanks and troughing. Also another bore, but not equipped as it has never been required. One well, equip ped - with windmill, troughing and 20,000 gallon 'tank- Two dams ' about 8500 yards each. Both equipped with windmills and la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

BUMP 4--THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. L^wett possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Bijilt 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 DI8MANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERyBODVS INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK8. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

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Longreach and District. LONGREACH BRANCH OFFICE, Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

•, bOMOBBAOH Bbuob Omoa, Longreach Items. I At a conference between the car riers an£ Pastoralists* Association it was agreed that the rates a»d condi tions remain as at present tor*twelvti months longer. The result of the conference has; caused great satis faction. The new building of the'.Ambul ance Brigade irias officially opened by Mr. R. H- Edkins on Tuesday night in the presence of a splendid was present. The building cost £3100 and is opened free °£ debt. The Convent bazaar on Friday, Saturday and Monday nights was a great success, also the dance in aid of St. George's Homes. On Wednes day evening the Show ball was well attended, and various other functions were all successful.

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