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Barcalding AND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Mb 3. Bright-Lock, optometrist, will be J» Barcfddine all next weekend will bo jjfeased to sep old outfpmers ud new onu. LVfontMBB entrusted to Mr. Look is 'wmi, ' He manager McLaughlins Ltd, advissp ^■s that the works have j ask oompleted shear ing 6000 sheep on acconnt of Mr. E. Jo watt. On Monday, 6000 sheep will be shorn aoct. Jtt.' B, Bonis, Emerald. Scouring is in full swing. •Hewn. Dalgety & Co., Bockhampton, feme a notice elsewhere >ot Che aale ot Wee 'jDnnrobln and Lennox holdings, situated •boat SO miles from Jericho. The sale takes plsoe at Dalgety & C0.'b offices, Quay tftrcet, on Tuesday. 6th June, at LI o'clock. , Foil particulars will be found in another , column elsewhere. , Ur. W. Mc Bride, Secretary B.C.R.O., re .•rived a telegram from the CQ Based, Bockhampton. that the dates uppli.d tor ' tot1 the Julv meeting .have been granted.' The Show, the issuing of the sobedui* for • which had been held over pending tb#ce-' «isbn of the Executive, will t...

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

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything f Have you uuythiug w> sell f Have you lout: or fouud something f Meetings, &o. Advertisements in this oqlumn at special tfttes for CASH strictly Id advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid Bcale, 48. * One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16words ... *2/- 3/- * 4/6 Every additional eight words ... 1/- 1/3 . 1/0 F, T. MeDONALD. Saddler and Har B«m Maker, Oak-street. Barcaldine. All repair work undertaken, 'Phone 121 MUJUiAitlT HONEY— Guaranteed Pure* 71b. tins; ,6/-. 141b tins, 10/-- Larger quantities it required. C. - Lloyd-Jonee, Agent HARRY orMONDa, Barcaldjne — Agent for Golden Casket, also Con sultation on forttu'oming Rookbampttm Cap —£6000 for <1/6 Try >our liiok Phone 18 SI CiiAlflAI towjt oabtkb &c ■ fctlllHlli| JB .rosuiiuu Furniture' removed carefully. Moderate IVicec. Give him a trial. - fhoutt 120 will find him. E.W. PLUMB r|>OWN O...

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

BE AFFIRMING ELECTION PROMISES. Premier Fuller, replying ta a de putation from the Producers Assn., re-afflrms his election Promise by stating that the Profiteering Court would be abolished and "private enterprise given a chance.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

MORE PLAGUE Iff SIDNEY. Sydney, Friday. | The eight months' old daughter of a woman suffering from plague, who was removed from Randwicte on Thursday, has contracted the dis ease and Is In a serious condition. The suspected case of plague In another woman residing qjt Rand wlck, who was removed to the hos pital some days ago. has been defin itely diagnosed as plague. This patient is also In a seftous condition.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australian Meat for British Army and Navy. Mr. Jowett's Efforts Successful. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Australian Neat for British Army and Navy. —WO— Nr. Jowett's Efforts Successful From " The Argne," April 15th, 1922. Several days ago Mr- Jowett, MBR., who is at present In England, ex pes sea' surprise that the' Imperial Go vernment contracts for the supply of the navy and army with Argentine frozen beef were still in exlBteno».< He pointed out also that an arrange mnt existed for certain Argentine meat works to be run on the Board of Trade account, thus Shutting out Australian beet from navy and army contracts- Mr. Jowett stated that he had directed attention to this in justice, and ha<] been Informed that the Isritish army contracts' now run ning would cease after June 30th.' After that date the army would bei prepared tp take Australian .meat.' The authorities have now requested Mr Jowett to inform the meat com* panics that they afe prepared to ac cept tenders for the supply of Aus tralian and New Zealand meat from July 1, 1922, for periods of three; sU nin...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUCCESS OF N.S.W. LOAN Attributed to return of a Stable Government. Sdyney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

(SUCCESS OF JT.S.1T. LOATT Attribute^ to return of a Stable Government. Sdyney, Priday. Mr. Fuller, referring to the suc cess of the £5,000,000 sterling loan at 4| per cent., issued at £95, states that the success of the loan could be attributed to the return of a stable Government. The loan has been obtained at better prices thee either the Victorian or Oommofir wealth loan, and was the best do minion or' foreign loan floated since the end of 1915.

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

8 —AT— The Central Cafe TO-DAY. WE bnve r niro psportmpnt »>f FRUIT' and CONFECTIONERY. PRAWNS and FISH i We expeot nioe Frneh Water Fish PIGS' CHEEK Snndnnp, Crenm Stlads and Iopd Drinlcs Morning Teas, eto, ALL ON. F. A. McLEAN, THE CENTRAL CAFE, BARCALD1NE. Try ub for Job Printing. Camperg Holiday-Makers Should always keep a tin of "Trufood" Powdered Milk (Skim milk in Powder form) . It mixes ao readily WEBSTER & CO. LTD, Sole Agents ROCKHAMPTON

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL SOUTH BRISBANE TRAGEDY Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

COMMITTED FOB TBIAL SOUTH BRISBANE TRAGEDY BriBbane Friday. Id the Police Court yesterday two seamen, William Pettitt an^ tionrad Becker, were committed for trial on a charge of murdering Joseph Eugene a* South Brisbane- on Saturday last. Brisbane, Friday. The Director of Agriculture said to-day that apprehension was felt on account of the continuance of dry weather, in fact in some districts April proved be the dryest month in the history of settlement. This is having a serious effect in prepara tion of land for cereals, particularly on the Darling Downs and in some of the western and Maranoa districts. There M still time, however, for wheat planting. In the maisse-grow ing districts it was not ezpecte^ that the crop would be heavy. A full sur vey would not be made at present, but it is considered a good half-crop would be obtained.

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

Motor and Cycle. Notes. One rot the most important automo bile demonstration yet held in Aus tralia was that organised last Sat urday by the 'Automobile Club of Victoria. It was a demonstration by 56 motor vehicles of various types to prove tlxat cars, motor lor ries, tractors, and motor cycles will function pefectly on. Australian made fuels either alone or compounded witli petrol. The run was in no way a competitive one, the vehicles being simply driven on fuel nominated by the entrant over an undulating course from Clifton Hill to Eltham. Most of the vehicles used their standard ised cailaurottor systems, in a few in stances special atomisers "being in stalled. The range of fuels used comprised benzol, alcohol, • 'shale spirit, crude. spirit in full strength or united with "benzine. At least 50 per cent, of the liquid usea had to comprise Australian produced fuel. The event w more than a success —it was a triumph. The vehicles during the run appeared to pull just as well as on "b...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales AUSTRALIA'S PRIME MINISTER HAS FALL FROM A HORSE Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

TSTew South "Wales AtrSTRAXU'^PEEffE 3ETN18TEB HAS FALL FROM A HORSE Sydney, Thursday. This morning after breakfast, the Prime Minister (Hon. W. M. Hugh es) and Mr. Hillary left their hotel at Grafton on horseback. When, about1 one mile from South Grafton Mr. Hughes' horse reared an^ threw him rather heavily. He was taken to his hotel by car. Here a collarbone was found to have been broken. It is likely, however, that Mr. Hughes will be able to continue his journey north to-morrow.

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

iinniiiniuii MiMiiT MARCS STICKY LEATHER atMULSKlNS SMOOTH AS GLASS IN 20 MINUTES! [|>klOTT'« 9f "NEVERSTICK Lsathargloss (Mar'd) removes stickiness from Leather end Oiltkini and puti in its place a smooth and lasting surface Nevertlick ii Durable. Eltstrc and absolutely waleroroof. Sold In two colours—Natural and Black—by all Hard wan Houmi at 3/3 a tin. Natural may be used on all coloured laathar. Uie Ntver Mtlek and get away from tha annoyance of thmt slickitiiss Wholesale A«cnufar Old. Aimui scon C CO., Hwiii stnet, Iristae It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 ll I YOUR Kind of INDIGESTION STOMACH or BOWEL? no yon know the difference be* tweeil Stomach Indigestion uti Bowel Indigestion? In very muw cases the Bowel ia responsible. Read the following And decide which •rgu Ii at fault Jo your case. And remember that Nuxlte Tablet! are designed to banlah BOTH Stomach and Bowel Indigestion. Try them ■aw and learn the secret of perfect health* • STOMACH ^hYnd'feestSn'w'lli | INDI...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IMPROVING PRIMARY INDUSTRIES THE NEW SCHEME EXPLAINED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

IMPROVING PBUIAltT INDUSTRIES THE NEW SCHEME EXPLAINED. Sydney. Friday. At u meeting of the provisional Council of Agricultural yesterday a policy designed to improve the con ditions of the primary industries and accelerate land settlement was adopted. The scheme provides for the establishment of a Queensland Produce Association, embracing, dairymen, frulit-growers, -wheat growers, small graziers, cane-grow ers, sugar-producers, and general farming representatives. District Councils will also be formed. It was decided to invite applications for the position of Director at a commencing salary of £1500.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ilfracombe Shire Council. Usual Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Ilfracombe Shire Council. —nOo— tonal Monthly Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of Iltra-1 combe Shire Council was held in the Council office on Thursday, April 6th, 1922. There were present:—Crs. T. McMaster (chairman), J.' Inglis, D. Hamilton, A. 3. Arnold and M. Nicholson. « Apologies were tendered on bet half of'Cr. A- Howatson and Cr. J. Y.. Shannon, ana they were granted leave of absence fbr the meeting. . 'At a later stage Cr. J. Laldlaw rung up from Dartmouth advising that his car had gone wrong on his way up, to the meeting and could not get along. He was also, granted leave of absence. Before starting with the - business Cr. McMaster expressed bis pleasure at seeing Cr. D. Hamilton back to his old place at tbe Council table, and stated that he felt' sure his fel low Councillors joined with him in welcoming Cr. Hamilton and trusted now that he had been restored to pood health that It would continue for -some years to come—All Coun cillors present concurred with these expre...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STORMY TIME AHEAD! N.S.W. A.L.P CONFERENCE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

STORMY TIME AHEAD! N.S.W. A.L.P CONFERENCE. Sydney, Friday. The forthcoming annual State con ference of the A.Li.P. promises to be very stormy. It is probable the Executive will be taken to task for its expulsion from the movement of' prominent Labor and union officials, which action is regarded as mainly responsible for the creation of a new political Labor Party and a split within the A.L.P- itself. The agenda paper contains over 300 mo tions, many being of a most con tentious nature.

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

Station Managers! Why eeo£ tc Melbourne tor your ststtoner/t Try the "Champion" office for yoas' next lot oi mttnos., receipt boolp, tau lopes, or letter paper. ■L Petersen's Famous Rose Trees ire now available in a super-choice collection of over 300 named varieties.' Draw your new aeason's, trees from this unique selection, fill you* garden with wonderful blooms that will gladden four heart. We specify a selection of rilmhjpg Varieties:— Australian ^Beauty—Rich Crimson # Bardou job (single)—HJIowy Crimson Caroline Teslout—Rose Pink Cloth of Gold—Sulphur Yellow Dorothy Perkins—Dclicate Pink E. Veyrat Hermanos—Apricot And Carmine James Sprunt—Crimson Scarlet La Marquc-TCrcamy White Climbing Mamam Cochet—Pink Marechal Neil—Colden Yellow Pcrle dee Jardins—Canary Yellow Reine Marie Henriette—Rosy Red Madame de Wattevilie—Creamy White Crimson Rambler—Crimson • Monsiaur Desir—Velvety Crimson Madame Jules Cravereaux—Deep Yellow > Mamam Cochet—White, tinted Pink Le France de 89—Brillian...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

aroTtcB. ^HE Town Band (Committee wlpk to thank all who bo generous}] assisted in the successful Swimming Carnival held Baster Sunday fclgbba NOTICE. MEETING of the Ladies Commit* tee in connetlon with the Returne# Soldiers Memorial Fund will tie bald in the Masonic HdU on 8a.TUBDA.Yj 13th May, at 4 p.m. Station Managers! Wfey seat to Melbourne for your rtattonwryT Vtt • the "Champion" offioe tor you rai lot of mtmoa-. reoaipt hooka, mi* lopes, or letter paper. 1"CLEVELAND | MA — m "•**•* - -* - ^ SSS Heavy Waterproof Boot PoSt Free IN the realm of Boot Valur, it would be a feat to exc e 1 the "CfcBVELAND." lis regular price registers to aa high as 37/6. Purchased by us at a price very much in our favor—hence the clear out saving of 8/- on the pair An "Embassy" Boot EE Made from Dark Brown and EE Black Viscolized Calf g Skin, a leather retain- — ing all the natural oil, SS has double weight == soles, genuine EE welts, andis built ~ on natural E5 foot shape last. All == size* from k ...

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

Extraordinary Credulity. Ib the Brisbane Police Court on Saturday last* woman named Mary Coleman, other wise Madam Brown, was charged with ha*w ing stolen £8 from Ellen Kelly in Brisbane on or about the 21st March last. The cooaplaintant stated that her hus band was the licensee of a wine cafe. The aoouaed enterea' the shop on the Slet M*roU and, after conversation, said to wit ness " Ion are not feeling well." Witnese ■aid that qhe bad been subjeat to headaoheo for years. Thereupon the accused sai4 that she was Madam Brown, the Maori herbalist, and wonld can her for £5 by treating her with herbs and a herbal bath. Witness gave the accused 46. The ao> ensed then went into the kitohen, boiled some herbs, and gave witness instruction* • as'to how they were to be taken. On the following Thursday the accused earn* to witness's place to give her a herbal bath. The accused e&id that in order to get the full benefit of the bath, the witness must have £8, £2 to be tied in eaota c...

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

UI_.J I I I- i k i START RIGHT! When you have made up your mind to purchase a certain make of car there •till remains the important question—What tyres shall I use? It Is a recog nised fact that the best of cars are only as good as their tyres. Therefore a deal depends on a wise selection. Judging by die popularity of " Railroadr DUNLOP TYRES with tens of thousands of Australasian Motorists—these tyres are foremost for value and service. These motorists are influenced solely by road results— mileage—absence of trouble—dependability. Now the fact thtft fully half the motorists in this country use "Dunlops" is the best evidence of value rendered, and that's what you want Many thousands of miles of hard driving art built into every "Railroad" cover. Their price is less than imported tyres, yet they ensure results that will render your motoring profitable and pleasureable. Therefore have no doubts—use "Dunlops"—it pays! All garages can supply. ^ DUNLOP RUBBER CO. All Stolen Aad N.Z. Bri...

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NOTES & COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

r&i}* Fbkblanoe. The gravediggei* at Lithgow, N-S-W:., 'had a very serious griev ance against the community the other day- The people there were Inconsiderate enough to' hold on to life so tenaciously that not enough of them required the services of-the . necessary official to provide Viim with a living. The Cemetary Trust were thereupon placed in a quand ary. It could do nothing to com pel people to die more often, that *a to say, more people _ to die, aa eacli, individual could only do so once, so eventually it was decided to pay a fixed salary to the gentle man who acts as gravedigger, care taker and sextcn. The residents can now breathe again—none of them will feel it incumbent upon them to dle before their time in order to provide the local grave digger with something to do 'Dr. F. Barrington, in the course of an addreBS, argued that the maternity bonus has to a large ex ■ tent failed in its original purpose. The opportunity is now offered to deflect sufficient money I ...

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