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THE WHOLE BODY LAUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THE WHOLE BODY LAUGHS.' When the liver and bowels don't act, life is a failure. Chamberlain's Tablet* wake these drowsy organs, like the son wakes the earth, and the whole body laughs. It is fun to live when the whole body is in good trim, but it is taever go when the liver and bowels shirk duty. There is more happiness in a Is. 6d. box of Chamberlain's Tablets than you ever dreamed of. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Paraell It Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Important Auction Me UNDER ^instructions from Mr« Lamont I will sell by PuBUo jkn*i tion on the premises on SATURlSA'Bi 4th March, commencing 2.16 0-l9~i the whole of. his comprehenstffii stocks of watches, brooches, ring*, jewellery, &c-, also Erard Piano, (CnQ sundry articles of Household Fnital* tare and effects SATUBDAY 4th MARCH. On the Premises Oak-st- 2.IS p.m. C. LLOYD-JONES* AnictloaeeA Mr. J. B. LOCK, Optometrist, will visit Blackall, Feb- 25th to libi Tattereall's Hotel. Jericho, March 6th and 7th Qnelmfe Hotel. Barcaldine, March <9th to Hotel Shakespeare. - Aramac, March 17th to 19th, BoyaX Hotel. Longreach, March 21st to 26th, Im perial Hotel. The Central Cafe. JUST ARRIVED DIRECT from the growers, a ohoioe lot of Piseti, Bananas, Applet, Peers, Cookers, Oranges NO MIDDLEMAN'S CUT. Cwue qaiok and boo are your 8un4»y Supply. Whilst at the Cafe try oar 8peei&Is To day—Creams. Stmdaes, Spider Drink, Obooolate nod Milk and numerous others. Dainty ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

15 per cent. Discount Sale NOW MtaCEcDiNQ, | Blouses, Underskirts, Kimonos, | Nightdresses and Underwear. * Ift ■ * ■ . THE GARMENTS WE ABE NOW SHOWING IN OUB SHOWROOM ABE WORTH YOUR INSPECTION ON ACCOUNT OF THE1B RICHNESS IN QUALITY AM) HIGH CHARACTER OF FASHION COBBECTNESS. LADIES BLOUSES. Charming White Silk Blouses that are delightfully cool and most reli able quality. Usual Price 19/j6, 21/-, 22/-. 28/6. CAMISOLES. The daintieBt cams, you could wish to see at prices to/ suit all purses Usual Price 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 11/6, 14/-. LeBs 15 p cent. 16/7, 17/10, 18/9, 24/3; 15 p c" 5/C' fl/5' 7/S' 8/1> 9/9> Becoming Black Silk Blouse sty- , LongL^^S NilhwJes^e^exoulBitely out. Usual price 19/6. 21/- 28/6 each, Ugual pj.ice 12/6j 14/6> 16/6 lg^6 Less 15 p. cent. 16/7, 17/10, 24/8 each (Less 15 p c. 10/8. 12/4, 14/-, 16/7. C • Colored crepc-de-Chene Blouses, 4ecidedly dressy suitable for day or .gemi evening wear Usual Price 21/-, 27/6, 30/-. 32/-. Less 16 p- cent 17/10, 28/5...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death of J. H. Barron. Shot Dead in a Fight. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Death of J. H. Barron. Shot Dead in a Fight It was rumored here on Monday that "Jack" Barron, well-known throughout .the district bb a ooaobdriver, and who for many years drove mail coaohes along the Northern route and afterwards to Mount Coolon. had been shot, - says the. " Peak Downs Telegram" (Olermont), It trans pired that Mesere. D. 0. McDonald and A. E. Cavill, who were sureties for the per formance of a mail contract from Bowen to Mount Coolon, had received intimation of Barron's death from the postal- officials. On Wednesday we 'made enquiries (com. Bowen and In reply received the following message from the u Bowen Independent" > " John Barron was shot in the stomach with a shotgun last Thursday night at the Bowen Blver'. Hotel as the result of a quarrel with Herbert Westlake, -twenty-' four years of age. The latter was arrested and brought to Bowen charged with wilful murder and remanded for eight days. The body of Barron was brought to the 86-Mlle on the Coalfields Rail...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Exterminate tKe Blow-Fly Pest Ity properly spraying your sheep with an I.B.C. Power Spraying Plant. This jilant has been specially designed for spraying sheep to jjlw-fly, aad Is the direct result of out many years experience to mif* Inland |iunpli( plutn. ®u pump 1* a high-class Dujflez with outside packed bnws plnagam «aA brass banas, and is suitable for a pressure of fcOOlbs. per «|a*ro Inch. < The spraying liquid Is forced through a noxxl© which throws a solid Jet J]at wlU't>«netiat« the thickset wool. Oar special apnng handpiece enables th« operator to Instantly apply #r mimt off the liquid as-desired. She machine Is legrularly supplied with two hoses; but either two, thrs* or four, con be supplied if desired. * om tooo sheep c&n be sprayed dally with on« of these Mutt* fitted ntth two hoses. ~ WRITE FOR FORTHfeR PARTICULARS AND QUOTATIOft* Co. L d.. Merchants, Engineers, and Contractors' 450-460 Ann-Street, BRISBANE Works—YMWMPllly. SPEED, EFFICIENCY. DUR...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Biding Trousers That we are now able to reduce thie line to POS PER FREE £ § j -PAIR Remember too our (Special TA N This is the same good wearing. Specially cut EM. PER OH, 28s Gd>, * Strapped Riding Trouser as formerly. post fiee. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGBEACH Land Ballot. In BLACKALL. iN APRIL 13th Next n beautiful block u of 11 517 aoiea will be opened for selection. . Thi^is 4he picg of the Bsrcoo, nnd anyone desirous of going on tbe lend should not mi>>a this cbanre. Rental 4d per aero. Lea«e 28 years. Deposit required, £205 12s. Foil particul »ra and application forms from DALBETY & COMPANY, Agents, BLACKALL. Telephrn*—Office 78, Rteideooe 141. 1-4 Try us for Job Printing. Office ot the Land Court, Brisbane, 14th February, 1922 '^TTEtraiON Is directed to a noti fication In the Government Gazette of the 4th February^ 1622, that a Land Court will be hel...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Russia's Hungry Christmas" [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

".Russia's Hungry Christmas"! Specially written by Sir phillip Gibbs, the Famous British War Correspondent. I have come back from Russia to this country of ours which is pre paring for the Christmas feast, and as I look into the crowded shops, I think of thousands of villages, very eilent in a snow-covered land, where there will be no Christmas least but only the moaning of peas ant families sitting at empty boards, or lying down to die. Some of those I Baw a week or two ago must be dead It is true that there is distress here at home, and people are quick to say, "Charity begins at home-" Unemployed men are tramping the streets in search of Jobs they cannot find, or shaking collecting boxes in the faces of the passere-by. Our hospitals are in dire need of help. The wolf is at the door in many mean streets- Alas, that 1b all true— and "Charity begins at home." But It does not end at home, and one thtng i have learnt in life is that 'those 'who "are poor are most gene roue to those mo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

I The S r>»»M >«»fe ii > « ootkport School •OUTHPORT . QUHtHfci.AND Church ol En|ligd Grammar School lot Boyi Hi Cum H*nc« H.DUia U.,Cwtik natulan w< Gnu* mm i tbhialn of thitmHMK* Tfca M««i «M «■ '■mi* !/«!•■' , , Dalvanlty, Commareial, CUa ••4 FrtMialnT »•» ■pedal Form for bam «•*•> tfcalend." * Tsfjsis ."sriSr1 The " Stbckman " THIS is not only the best Riding Boot on the market, but the be>t value, too. It's a Solid Tweed Seamleis Emperor, lifctat in weight, but exceedingly strong. Note the patent strip on elastic. This is a special feature, and en sures a double life for the elastic where it wears out so quickly in the ordinary riding boot. Has standard screwed-soles. SPECIAL J A if | POST PJRICE 10/11 FREE Mail your Order for • Pair ■ to-day—stating sice Finney, Isles & Co. Ltd. Queen Street, Brisbane Towels Post us 10/- and we will send you a bundle of 6 beautiful Towels made tip as follows: Z Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 18 x 36. « © ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

OVERLAND 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. Ghod in sand, mud, and on the hills Built tot 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 vnn m ■ PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR W0RK8. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West n..nn^,nnTl

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Good" Old Blade Days Sentiment Versus Fact A Veteran's Opinion. "Barcop" independent." [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

"Good" Old Blade Days Sentiment Venns Fact A Veteran's Opinion. "Barcop' independent" I Those who are advancing in years most frequently have an obsession for the days that are past. The old time cricketer will sot have that the game is as well played jfow as in the 4ays of Grace, TJlyett, Boyle, Murdoch, and Spofforth. The racing man will have It that there was never the equal ot Carbine—if he happens to be very old it will be The Barb. This all comes from the Bame sentiment, which dictates that "nobody ever makes scones like mother used to do." The retired shearers are always prating about their "gbod old blade days" and they lay, special emphasis on the "good." The popular cant phrase, Jike many others, has been repeated so often that even many knights of the blade shears fiav& al most convinced themselves that the old days were actually the best However, now and again, we meet a veteran who .is willing to make a genu ine comparison- Such a one is Mr. Harry Dunn, ho began...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THAT TIRED FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THAT TIDED FEELING. ie is hoc natural to bave that tired feeling day in and day out. tbat you go to bed with at night and set up with in the morning—it is a lure sign tbat your system Ib out of order. To refresh yourself and regain that strong vigorous feeling you Bhould take a course pr Pbamberlain's Tablets. They will strengthen your stomach and stimulate your liver and bowels to renewed activity; although you have not realised it, it is these orgaoa that have caused that tired feeling. There is - no better medicine made for all disorders of-the stomach, liver and'bowels than Chamberlain's Tablets. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell &SOBB.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

—THE LX.L. Bakery, OAK-STREET, BARCAIDIHE. Fresh. Bread Delivered Dally. Bona Friday. Brown Bread J P. O'OONNELL, BASER AND PASTRY COOK O'BitlEN & CO.. (O'Brien &A~qthg»ta.) Builders &ad woatraotor*, BARCALDINE. Estimates given toe «u uoti «« Building* and Bepain. Painting add f'lumbtu* also executed. Telephone No. 67. ROSSBERG'S Cordial Factory and lea and Cold Storage Works; ualah.BTBEET, LONCREACH. Slost Up-to-date Plant; On. side Kockhamptcn. Delivery only to RegnlftrGnatoinera DRY GINGER ALE a Soecialit* Eockhampton Visitors, call at ATKINSON'S Ceitrai Boarding House, Bolsover-street, Between Railway Station and Poet Office (Next 8ootB Kirk). Phone 633. Tariff Hodevat* TJkble Sx?«ilent

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To Escape Taxation. Stockowaers and Their Calves. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

To Escape taxation. StockowHers and Heir Calves. In reference to the .statement recently f uhliBDud . is onr telegrams regarding stock owners killinfr their calves to reduce their income tax liabilities: the Premier, Hon. E. G. Theodore, s&id, "1 sincerely hope that this practice is not being adopted by very many stookowners, as aucn a policy would be detrimental to the stock* owners themselves, and injurious to' the State as a whole." Mr. Theodore explain ed that certain stookowners were of opinion that it was an imposition to require them to include in their income tax returns, at the end of a year, tbe number of calves that had been reared that year. It appear ed that the effect of tbe State method was not (ally understood; otherwise each a claim could not be set forth. " Under the State law," continued tbe Premier," calves are brought into account the first year at one-quarter of the hctd value. Herd values ate £3, £4 or £5 per head, and consequently calves are returned ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRANDED FOR LIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

BRANDED FOR UFL There is a real live progressive Company in Brisbane which will re printer your stock brand, paying the l'j./- fee on your behalf, and post you all particulars . of the "Amended Brands Act." That Company is Sur gical Supplies Ltd., the most expert makers of S. S. Ltd. fire brands in the Slate. The handles are 30 inches long, with ring, and the letters either inch, 2 sinch, 2i inch, or 3 inch. The set on 3 handles costs 13/6, 22/6, and 47/6 in iron, copper, and wrought iron respectively, or on 2 handles 16/6, 22/6, 48/6, or on 1 handle 18/6, 22/6, 50/- respectively. Postage 2/ per set extra. Ear-pliers is another line which is hand-made throughout by. skilful artisans in Surgical Supplies modern workshops.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Vita sine LIteris mors est. BARCLUINE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25. 1[?]22 The Agency-General. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est. KBh^RY 25. 1^22 The Agency-General. The members of the Queensland Labor Cabinets bare shown them selves, on all occasions, to be hungry billet hunters, who have shown no scruples in creating well-paid jobs, in raising the salaries of old-time jobs, and in making a prisoner of every shilling that they can wring out of the exchequer by fair means) or foul. The late Mr. Ryan had an honorable ambition, a seat on the High Court Bentih, but politics alone, without the proper necessary quali fications, would inever Jiave placed him there We had faith, up till lately, in the unmeasured scorn which Mr. Fihelly had for billets, but since he has accepted the Agency-General, conditional on a rise of £490 on the job, we feel" constrained to say, "Alas, there goeR the noblest Roman of them all." The "Western Cham pion" was the first paper in Queens land to announce the 6erious illness of Mr. Hunter, lately Agent-Gen oral, and that information came direct from a member o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADVANCE AUSTRALIA! [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

! ADVANCE AUSTRALIA! One of the most efficiently equipped factories In the Commonwealth is in Brisbane. An unpretentious building, no doubt, but capable nevertheless of turning out metal work of a quality comparable with the world's beet. The factory in question is that of Surgical Supplies Ltd., Brisbane, makers of the most delicate medical instruments and a multitude of every day necessities for the man on the land. It is here that they forge their much admired harness stamps from mild steel, hand chisel cut, the station brand or initials being retailed at 10/ post free. It is here they forge their tool stamps from steel hardened and tempered to stamp wrought Iron, brass and copper. Tool stamp station brand or initials cost 13/- poBt free, while mail bag stamps coBt 10/6 post free

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How To Kill Your Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Now To Kill Your Town. 1. Mind your own business and let the town go to blazes 2 Retire and live in Easy-staeet. Let the town R.I.P. 3 Don't join local associations. Let the other fellow; he has more timo. 4 Dun all the woric of the town on one live secretary; let him al ways do the work and that gratis 5 'When a town committee de pends on you to attend tQ anything forget about it. 6 Dun and down the. other fellow because his ways are not your ways, nor his thoughts your thoughts. 7 .When the other fellow hag an idea you don't agree with, don't discuss it; sneer—it's more effective. 8 Hang on to every cent, dime and dollar you can mate; join noth ing. invest nothing. 9 If you have been foolish enough to invest locally improve nothing. Broken gates, dilapidated houses, fallen fences, all give the town a re putation. 10 When a fellow citizen starts something be sure to ask, "WJiat Is he getting out of'itf 11 Private citizens, don't deal with I the local townspeople, even it you can ge...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

. «*, *& vur J0%%%&&. *dl dn&Si JltgcuU1 eukz&iv cutit vnuAt Juwe Uff^cd£opt wG°* s&Aift tifoattd Cbtn/twUl MTffTF sh.p^ o Property Salesmen & CO. — Head Office: TOOWOGMBA. Branches at: DaLby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charlevile Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prices a wool sale. Numbers tell. It is consistent ftill values for all classes of wool which give sure evidence of skill in (sailing. 4 That Is the 'reason of Winchcombe, Carson's growing popu larity as salesmen. Each %n<3 every lot of wool they handle sells M biggest possible prices. SEND TOUR WOOL TO: Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. The alert, expert Briabano Selling Brokers. 1 hoNo. 1016 ROBERTSON & CALLAGH AN, East-street, . rockhampton. Better Grade Footwear. For all the Latest Lines in Sue Buck. Patent, Suede in Tie, Oxford and Court. We would ask you to write us stating your requirements and we will -do the rest, SPECIAULINE —Re-covering your e...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

HJndev Yice-ReR&l Patronage THE Barcaldine. fi. Anderson, Proprietor. Phone 10. * P.O. Box 28 This Hotel is one at the M08T11P-TO-D/ITC AND COMFORTABLE HOTELt IN QUEENSUtND. it it replete with Every OonVenienoe . oonduoive to Ease ana Oomfbrt,... - Under Complete New Management. FIBSf.OLA.S8 ATTENTION. Beet kk&ndB of Wirnn and Spirits retailed. fatrozu may hare their Can Garaged and Hornet stabled or eent to flrrt-class paddooks. ' Q.C.T. Assn. Honae. .A. Heme Away From Home Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. R. O. HAYHS, proprietor FJrst-Clasa Accommodation. Hirst-ClapB Cuisine, and up-to date attention. Buggy meets '•aU trains. "Phone 89 W.D.COLMAN 0ak4b, BARCALDINE. Wholesale and detail BUTCHER. ONLY the Prim eat of Beef and Mutton sold, at prioes to suit everybody. Having installed an Up-to-date Befngorat ag plant and Oold Storage Booms, can wore satisfaction. Consumers waited ot daily. Prompt attention to Country Orders. CORNED BEEF a Speolality. Quality guaranteed. BARCALD...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

It Pays to buy Top Manchester Goods V At GIBSON'S. Yon will find here only Manchester Goode made by reputable firms—in unrivalled variety and eeemingly unlimited quantity. You will find oar prices lower (ban anywhere else—all going to prove that " IT PAYS TO STOP GIBSON'S." GIBSON'S Departmental stores, (j.a.BOLnBRAN)« General Merchants, LONCREACH.

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