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Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

I Latest from Rockhampton. i —•*. By Telegram. kockhatunton. Friday, 9 a.m. In the Small Debts Court yesterday, Hector Geldait, of Zilzie, sued the City Butchering Co., of Emu Park, for £8 12a. wages alleged to be due defendant. The Company's lawyer urged that tbe Court had no jurisdic tion, and argument waxed load and long. Eventually the Police Magis trate reserved his decision. Wm. Henry Cartie, who pleaded guilty to stealing, from tho Strand Theatre in January last £9 16s., a brief bag, 40,£ackets of cigarettes, and a gold wristlet watch, the property of Albert Edward Carroll, and others, was brought up for sentence. Senior Sergt. Beneies mentioned that in November last'defendant received a Bentence of three years for breaking into a 'house, but the sentence was sus pended on his entering into a bond to be of good behaviour and reporting every three months. A good deal of sympathy was felt for him, and he got his position back in tho Strand Or chestra, at £5 per week. CurtiB was...

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

Napoleons of Salesmen?— History tells us that the, great suc cess which attended Napoleon in the heyday of his military career waH his uncanny anticipation of what the enemy were going to do. Napoleon was accordingly prepared and the enemy was routed. Now in Rock hampton the Arm of HempenstaH Brothers have the same uncanny anticipation in regard to those who desire to get out of hotels, and the result is that their, sales of hotels, tar exceed those of other firms- A4 . the Unerring Instinct of the homing . Pigeon brings it to its loft, so does the unerring instinct of the mem bers of this ficm bring buyer and seller together. Tfhey are Napo leons in the hotel broking line. Re cently this firm has completed seve ral more sales. They have disposed of the Imperial at Rockhampton toi Mr. W- Johnston; the "Windsor tti Sirs. M. Montgomery; the Terminus at Clermont to Mrs. M- Millar (free hold buildings and license In and lot); the ^Exchange at Barcaldlnti (freehold)' to Mr. Patrick Culll...

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

Preliminary Notice i E' 7. KELLETT & 00„ AnctioneMp, ■ Lonifrescb, h*ve' been instructed by - Mr? 0. A. Wegener to sell by Public Auotion oo , SATURDAY, 27th MAY, at 3 p.m., Three Allotments in Baa street, with splendid residences thereon; also three sores perpetual hase on Hospital Hill! whioh are ideal building allotments. Further particulars nont week., E, J KELLKIT & CO, Auntiuneers, Longreaeh. « In the Supreme Court of Queensland IN INSOLVENCY' * THE CHIEF JUSTICE. THOMAS R. HAUL of Mutta burra in the State of Queensland Storekeeper was adjudicated in sofrent .on the twenty-eighth da# , of April 1922- The first meeting of creditors will be held at Prin cipal Registry Brisbane on tfed eighteenth day of May 1922 at eleven o'clock in the forenoon. .. UNTIL the election of a Trustee all persons having in their poBsesstoni any of the* effects of the Insolvent' must deliver them and all debts dad to the Insolvent mnBt tie paid to the Public^ Curator the Official Trust...

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

NOTICE. SALE of Household Furniture Shep Fittings and Effects to-day com mencing 3 p.m. on the premises Mrs. L. WELLS, Oak-street. C- LLOYD-JONE» Auctlobeev.. Mr. J. B. LOCH, OPTOMETRIST, Will Vifllt Barcaldlne, 8th to 10th May, Shake* speare Hotel. Ialaford, 18th to 24th May JUlracombe, 25th' May. Xjongreaeh, 26th to 81at May We do not do cheap and natty work—^re have a reputation to natal'* ■la. "quunmua" Offlce.

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

-■-THE— later MisericordiB Private Hospital The Maasioa : The Range BOOKS A.MPTON jFblt-olass nnrsing and aooommodation. Any « f the IoobI doctors attend. For parttonlara apply to Matron Sister in ofcarge. F. CORY «i CO. AUCTIONEERS. Stock, Station, Commission and Forwarding Agents. Horae Safes a Speciality. Spies did paddocks close to town fro to any tenia* sent for bona fide sale. LONCIKEACB. Agents for— The New Zealand Fire and Marino Is stir aBee Osmpaay. 0. Pastoral Employers Assooiation . fcc., am., fee. Medcrafs Ltd., ROCKMMPTON. Manufacturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND Biscuits and Confectionery Central Queenelanders! Support Your Own Industries. SAWN TIMBEB HYNE 480W. Bolaover-Btreet rellosB. Spokes, and Wheelwright* Material kept in stock Luge Btooks BEST Roofh and dressed, of all dmoriptions. j Orders promptly and carefully attended to HTM. F. ARMSTRONG, Manager Bookhampton Bmnoh Thos. Capsticfc, Land, Fruit, and General Commission Agent. Denlson-streetp Rockhampton. •nou 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram.. COUNTRY PARTY AND NATIONALISTS. THE ELECTORATES DISPUTE ANOTHER CONFERENCE Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. . COUNTRY PASTY AMI) NATION ALISTS THE ELECTORATES DISPUTE ANOTHER CONFERENCE • Brisbane, Friday. A meeting of the State Country Party yesterday, presided over by Mr, Vowles, considered the question of the five elfbtorateB in' dispute be tween the Country Party and Na tionalists. It was decided to call to gether the adjourned conference be tween the Parties on Thursday.

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

Obtainable only at OVERELLS'. THIS HAT HAfi BEEN MADE SPECIALLY FOB THE MAN IN THE COUNTRY. IT IB A SEAL QUEENS- , LAND HAT. IT IS NICE AND LIGHT AND GOOD WEARING* THE SHAPE AS YOU WILL NOTICE IS A GOOD ONE- IT IS HADE OF GOOD FELT DT FACT THIS HAT HAS BEEN MADE BY ONE OF THE BEST AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURERS. YOU CAN HATE IT WITH A 80ln- -or Slln FLAT SET LEAF WHICHEVER YOU PREFER- HADE DT A GOOD WEARING SHADE OF BROWN. OBTAINABLE IN ALL SIZES 61 TO 7&.AND THE PRICE IS ONLY 91 Qd WE PAT THE CARRIAGE. WHAT BETTER VALUE COULD YOU WISH FOR- POST YOUR ORDER TO-DAY. BUY A COUPLE. YOU CAN ALSO HATE THIS SAME STYLE OF HAT IN A YERY GOOD QUALITY FUR FELT FINI SHED WITH A GREASEPROOF HEAD LEAHER- SIZES 61 TO 7i- A REAL SMART HAT IN BROWN ■ ONLY 19/6. THIS IS GREAT YALUE. THE QUALITY WILL PLEASE YOU OYEmLS'LTD^SW O'BRIEN & CO., . (O'Brien k wtthgato.) SvUAtN Ud WO&tN^OBB. BARCALOINE. ESTIMATES gton for aQ feted* o* Bnttding* and Repairs. PirfMinK (tad Plumbinj alio oxecav...

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DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT OF FRANCE M. PAUL DESCHANEL. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

DEATH" OF EX-PRESIDENT OF FRANCE PAUL DESCHANEL. London, Monday. The death ot M. Paul Deschanel, ex-PreBldent of France, wag report er on Saturday. M- DeBChanel was ill for 'several days suffering from influenza, pleuro-pneumonta, and complication supervening, to which he succumbed. Paul Eugene Louis DeBchanel was born in 1866. He was Vice-President M the Chamber of Deputies in 1896,' an<j was elevated to the Presidency in JL898, which position he held until 1902. In 1912 he was again elected President of the Chamber and in 1920 he was made President of the Wench; Republic.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Football Cup Fixtures. Brigade Win a Double. Two Hard Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Football Gap Fixtures. —nOo— Brigade Win a Double. Two Hard Gamw. lA large attendance was present at the Show Grounds on. Sunday .1&8W April 30th, to witness <the opening of the Cup fixtures of the BarCaldine Rugby League. The juniors took th* fielfl at 2-30 p,m* Burns tained the WallabieB and P. BontW the Brigade. The game was evenly contested and hard throughout. Th* Wallabes led at half-time by two pqjnts to nil- The Brigade, however, 'eventually won by ten to eight. Wot i the winners' G. CurtMv and Pt> Bourke scored tries. O- Bourke con* vertex one try and kicked a penalty goal. For the loosere McMillan ant Cliffe scored, and B. McQuatd con verted one try. Mr. R.. M. Qp'iw. handled the game in a capable man ner. The Seniors then filed on to field. D. Devery captained the Brt« gade and J. McQuaid the Wallabies. The game was bard and. fast Ml the sound of the whistle, and PlWi soon became of a rough nature, th# blutcUer being used rather frequently, by both s...

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VICKERS' LTD STRIKE. EMPLOYEES RETURNING TO WORK London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

TICKERS' LTD STRIKE EMPLOYEES RETURNING TO WORK London, 'Wednesday. Vlckers announces that half of their workmen have returned to work at Barrow. In some branches the whole of the employees have return ed. Several other firms report simi larly.

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

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS If you are lan guid and weary, you need a light Stimulant such as Wolfe's Schnapps which has a sure . yet gentle action on the Kidneys and Bladder. , Qlt is as good for women as for «cn. I Obtainable h , « LARGE AND SMALL I SIZE BOTTLES . * Tkm's Money in it! Golden Casket l ART UNIONS mmm «Bjoy isipnt vhal n jtm dolor in tb* matter t" 4 100,000 100,000 .» AM «&. pottage It jrou 4- art mail lac dlroet. at ruzEs sis ruzBs £5000 to £5 r (SaWMt to 14* Mml Tu.) Additional Mm Money And Iffi M»r» friiN mw being Matribnted in erea Ait Vnlon. b Art Union Every Two Week* J JOE S. JACKSON \iiant ■ SABtAI DINE, mto muosoimtu | ARCHBR LUOA S, ICuiBCVf* I •W Qo««n at. BiMban*. ■ naiaia'.aiaia.a ■ a a.a ■ ■ a.a Winter Warmth Blankets Qirilts Lowoct Prices HiXCO Quality Fleecy Woolly Australian Blankets Ikt dO «iT« yon jreui of g,»| terries SINGLE BED, 72.x 54it». White, 26/6 pair Grey, 25/3 pair DOUBLE BED, AO x 1% ins. White,. 43/6 pair Grey,*- 41/0 pair Hygienic Java Do...

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

ARAMAC JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Grassfed Meeting, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 27th and 28th JUNE.1922 £150 x- Added Money - £150 ALL HORSES MUST BE REGISTERED. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAT. First Race to start 1.30 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of £7; second horse to receive £2 from prize- For horseB that have not won a race or a prize exceeding £6 at time of nomination. Weight 10 stone. Dis tance 6 furlongs. Entrance tee 7/-. Second Bace to start 2.10 p.m. SCOTSTOUN HANDICAP, of £20; second horle to receive £6 from Prize. For horses that have not won a prize exceeding £20 at time of nomination. Distance 5 furlongs Entrance tee 10/-, acceptance tee 10/-. Thirg Race to start 2.60 p.m. POWELIA .HANDICAP, of £7; sec ond horse to receive £2 from prize. For all horseB that have not won a Prize exceeding £5 at time of nomi nation. Distance 4 furlongs. En trance fee 7/ Fourth &ace to start 3.20 p.m. FIRST BANGLE .HANDICAP (for Trophies). 1st horse £5, 2nd horse £4, 3rd horse £S. For all hones that have not won...

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Manchester Unity Oddfellows. Annual Movable Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Manchester Unity Oddfellows. Annual Movable Committee. The Annual Committee of the Man chester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows was held at Townsville, commencing on Easter Monday. The Grand Master (Bro- J. Christie) occupied the Chair, Deputy J. E. Kelly (Bowen) Vice-Chair, Bro. E. E. Birkbeck, Grand Secretary and 26 delegates from all parts of Queensland- The Rockhampton District was represented' by Bras W. J. "Merrill, Prov. G.M. ; C. C. Robinson, P.P.G.M.; A- McLeod, P.G.M., and B. Joyner, P.P.G-M. The Grandmaster's address stated that the order had increased in num bers for the year by 446, bringing the total to 13-002, 12-672 males and 630 femaleB Over £11,600 had been paid to those iu ill-health and for acci dents, and £19,000 to medical officers and for medicines. From the luneral fund, £4425 was expended; altogether £35,167 "was devoted to benefits of various kinds- Yet they had been able to add £15,000 to their capital, which now stands at £283,781 each member's inter...

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THE MISSISSIPPI FLOOD. 50,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS; MUCH DAMAGE TO CROPS AND PROPERTY. New York, Thursda[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

THE MISSISSIPPI FLOOD. 50,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS; MUCH DAMAGE TO CROPS AND PRO PERTY. I New York .Thursda The authorities estimate that the Mississippi flood has rendered 60, ooo people homeless. It Inundated 6000 square miles of fertile lands, ang caused twelve million dollars damage to property. t

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IRISH AFFAIRS London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

IRISH AFFAIRS London* Thursday. The Mulllnfear police barracks which were occnptog by rebels, .were blown up, whereafter the rebels de parted. They were pursued by Tree 8tatan. u 1 ■ ' " ' ■ Try the "Champion" col mane Cor yonr advertisement—It will pay yon. For letterheads, memos, billhead*, tags, drcnlare, dodtwfc, fte*, try the "Champion" Offloe

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THE GENOA CONFERENCE IFRANCE SUPPORTS BELGIAN CLAIMS A DISSOLUTION PREDICTED Paris, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

THE GENOA CONFERENCE IFRANCE SUPPORTS BELGIAN CLAIMS A DISSOLUTION PREDICTED Paris. Wednesday. The Cabinet has decided to support Belgium's stand at Genoa. The Belgians endeavored to secure omission from the draft of the pro posal giving the Russians the option of restoring or compensating for pri vate property, the Belgians demand ing restoration. London, Wednesday. The Australian Press correspon dent at Genoa states that there Is a belief that the French used the Bel gian opposition as the only pretext «t hand to -withhold approval after Mr. Barthou had approved, alleging they could not desert Belgium. ' The Russians are now considering the Allies' memorandum. In the meantime Interest centres on Jwhat to taking place In Paris. i The "Morning Post's" Genoa cor respondent states that the confer since Is on the verge of a dissolu tion.

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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. At a conference of army officers held in the Dublin Mansion House, it was stated that the truce operates from four o'clock till four o'clock on Monday in order to give an oppor tunity of discovering a basis for army unification- The parties un dertake to prevent aggression of all kinds. ■ Fifty I.R.A. mutineers attacked a post occupied by eleven Ulster epecialB at Elegh, Londonderry, on the Donegal border t The attackers withdrew after a quarter of an hour's fighting. ,t Four men At Tannactry barracks are holding out against continuous firing by a lirge number of Irregulars The railway line between Don dram .and Limerick, was torn up daring the night. irregulars blew up the Castle Pollard bairackg this morning Gem a. Thursday. The Russians declare that the Al lies offer of financial help is disap pointing and inadequate.. Probably the oilfields will constitute the basis oK Russia's whole future interna tional policy. They are -studying ...

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

FRANK E. HALL I BARCALDINE, { Had» IMOTOR CARS rOEOl&E. Two 6-Cyliader Baioks at your disposal. Phone 78. ..o * Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motor Cycle, " Rover" Cycle and Sur^ries United States Motor Tyres, Eta. Barcaldine and District Agent for— The Celebrated BUIGK CARS. MOTOR Cir 5?rre FOB Prompt Attention Bine up 'Phone 101. DAY OE NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killapney Villa," J lmth Barcaldine. " KEN IL WORTH," , Private Hospital, Maflh and Aoagia-stbkbts, BARCALDINE. —Outside Quaes Attended.— For particulars and terras apply to— Phone 81. RUBY GREEN, A.T.NA The People's Cash Store AaH.STP.EET (opposite Gltfeograph), BA»CAtai«rg, For yonr order for ' GROCBRIHS or PR0OUCG Ring PHONE Q3. &■ Iff. 0U12TN, Proprietor. ^U8tralian J|utual provident SOCIETY, A. H. PEARSON, District Representative. Address—c/o W. L. Walker, BARCALDINE. HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAI LOR. BARCALDINE. Full range of materlala la itofik to select from. Your own materials made op. -...

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WHAT IS A NECESSITY? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

WHAT IS A NECESSITY? Raskin «*» this to ihe world aft iQno of the five secrets of life: "He tliat lives without luxuries is wise, but he that,attempts to live -without neoeBBitieB Is a fool." Iat us follow the precept down to a concrete ex ample. Here is a Success bucket spray pump, complete with agitator (not the LWW. type!), hose, and Bordeaux nozzle.^ It 1b necessary for spraying ticky'cattle with "Kiltie"; It to neces sary for spraying Bheep; it is neces sary Cor spraying fruit frees; it is necessary for disinfecting dairy build ings ojr fowl sheds; it Is necessary for combating insect pests in a gar dan; in short, It is a Necessity, and its uses are legion. Price, 46/9 post free from Surgical Supplies LUL, Brisbane.

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

SPORTING Not fJOTES (^v Wo will appreoiate contributions of epo t items for this column The English ' racehorse Damaged ©oods (by Glasgerlon-Elfland), ori ginally sold at 900 guineas, was sold In England last year lor seven . guineas, "while recently he found an other new ' owner who paid five guineas tot him. It is claimed this proves there really is something in .a name. For the second year in succession a igrandson of Carbine won the South* African Derby, and, as in the pre ceding year, Greatbrex was the sire. Iffr. Henry Nourse . furnished the Derby winner with a colt named Dignitary. „ In the course of an interview re aently Dempsey said he had gone to Ihtglan^ primarily for a holiday- He would, however, like a $ght there With some Euopean champion, and hoped to meet- Georges Capentler •gain. "He is one of the finest and pluckiest fighteife, and one of the beet fellowB I have ever met." George Cook, the Australian heavy weight borer, did not succeed Ini winning his big match th...

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