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

BELIEVES BBEUMATISM. Why not use Chamberlain's Pain Balm when you bare rheumatism P We feel sure tbat the result will be prompt and satisfactory. •ne application relieves the pain, and many have been permanently relieved by its use. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell fc Sons. PILES TK WOHDEfi YiOfiHEfi (Patented.) . THE!- KtiY TO HEALTH. Thej world's greatest dla. eovery for the allevlatlorf and cure of pile*, haemorr hoids, ^constipation, and complaints of" the lower bowel. A simple, sensible, scienti fic .appliance. Works while you sleep, and gives yon sleep. Lasts a Ufe-tlme. Only 7/6. Send Postal Note to Wonder Worker, Bor 964, G.P.O., or 202 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane. Lltera ■ ture.vF.REE. DEPILATORY Superfluous Hair VoattUtytnB the onderarms with , Crsven-Burlelota Depilatory is an agreeable way to remove hair. WMle necessary lor the wearing o! evening gowas and traas . pareni sleeves. hair-tree arms are fast as desirable lor every day comlorl and deanliaess. CRAVEN-BUKLEIGH ...

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 Bargains For LAST WEEK of our Millinery Sale ,LOT 1. LADIES Trimmed Ready-to-Wears in shades of Henna, Maj'fc, Saxe and V- Rose- Usual prices 21/1, 25A 27/6 and 30/ TO CLEAE AT 9/6 EACH LOT 2 LADIES Trimmer Shapes in Nig ger, Green, V. Rose, Saxe, and Mas tic. Usual prices 2?/- 80/. 60/, "55/-. TO CLEAB AT 17/6 EACH LOT S. LADIES MODELS in all shades.. Usual price from 37/6 to 60/-. TO CLEAB AT HALF PBICE CHTLDRENS and MAIDS TRIMS HALF PBICE C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERS AND HOOTERS, PARK'S BUILDINGS, B ARO ALI3INE.

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

USE FLUID ft POWDER. MtiaAiMn Hi M, Mimnui ma kaUM^JMITftCC:Lro..M-W-«, " inn* iMmi.

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

Recent Publications. «—©V©— Marm8wortli's Home Fashions— " Harmworth's Home Fashions" for April is a journal, the pages of which will be perused with interest by every woman- It contains free patterns to maks braided coat-frock, striped material dress, and cloak Instructions are also ' given for knitting in silk an^ wool the newest three piece suit. The photogravure supplement indicates the latest mili tary style, the spring-time fashions which will hold sway in Australia a few months hence , types of sports and dressy coats, &c- A page of illustrations of delectable blouses and skirts is also given. The April number of "Harms worth's Children's Dress" is a spocial spring number, and, as such, indi cates the children's fashions that are in vogue in Great Britain at the pre sent juncture, and which will doubt less be followed in Queensland later. Free jpatteras are enclosed for the garments illustrated on the cover. The photogravure section and other pages of this interesting...

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

A CUTTING REPLY. "Anger Is a weapon we hold by the Made" Baid the Immortal Bard ot Avon. There are some weapons we cQuld hqld by the blade with impun ity, so dull is their edge and soft their steal. You could not do this, however, with the ,knives made by Surgical Supplies Ltd., ot Brisbane, because they «re the last word for stock and station use. There is the "Handy Castrator/' a lorely bit of steel sold at 6/- with one blade or 8/6 with two blades. Then there is the "Premium Stock Knife," a beautiful weapbn 4 Inches long with thgee blades, retailed at 12/6. And finally there 1b the stag handle knife, 3k in ches long, with two blades, sold at 7/6. These three knives represent the finest value' obtainable. 9

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

I first took Woods' Great Peppermint Com A crnap-etrftR&ed child of three. ThoT two decad°s have passed sinoe then, It etill tastes erood to me lt needs bo special praise of mine, ■, It's fame spreads wide and snre, And ev ry home now holds a shrine For WoodB' Great Peppermint Core. Our Jobbing Department to replete In every detail, and la under the Per sonal supervision of one of the pro prietors. ''Champion" Office. • Diamond Engagement Rings BUy DIAMOND Rings -and Jewellery DIRECT FROM THE MAKERS; get the fall ohotoe of a manufaotaror'a hnge stock and save the excessive charges imposed by the middleman. 9XA.xo.OXfB ENGAGEMENT KINGS Unequalled Value 5-stone Diamond, Half-hoops, £3 15s to £75 3-stone Diamond, £4 10s to £105 Single Stones from £5 upwards We will repurchase at any time all Diamonds bought from us, less 10 per cent Order by mail We wilt e°leot olefin y and guarantee you a wonderful CASH SAVING. MACKAY &Go. LTD., the ring leaders, 476 Qusan-st, Petrle's...

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

OUR GOODS sustain our Good Name as a RELIABLE FIRM in the JEWELLIERY TRADE befo,« the Public. * You hfive only to try them to realise the evidence of their quality. We ara akaeys glad of an opporti nity to submit positive evidence to back •very one of our affirmatives. # ♦ ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES SENT FREE. * 9 (t-et. Gold CImi ■I DJ*mond« ud him, CT/10 Jff—Sttwmri Dtmttm, *«. Getd aad Fin, Dbmm* Mas,Ca*«*4 Sat^ii OSff Ki&4j. Gant'i iht OaM Signet Rlor, Ml ij-ci. Gold, JO/-) •«*. Gold, mi. Stewart Dawson e Co. (Bus.) Lto. QUEEN • EDWflRD^SfBttTS, SBSBBNt. * Mkmna, Perth, Auckland, Wellington. Chrlstchurch, Dunedln, Londtw THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. ANTHONY HORDERNS' Invite Dfira ( Write for the Fashion Book i It will come to you u fcn authoritative guide to the season's m&m *tylr» pad jtl* most inviting econoufrik From its pages you (On oxtler yoaf fcttttro Autumn arid Winter outfit with the fullest jconfidence ofsatisfaction and the MWiiBue jncving money. The variety for ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach Repatriation Committee. President's Report for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Longreach Repatriation Committee. —otto— President's Report for 1921. IJSie following is the text of the Pre Mdent's annual report for the year fended December 31st, 1921:—"I ithink It advisable to place before you 'a summary of the work performed by tbiB committee during the year, and to this end submit for consideration land adoption my report dealing with the work under the various heads. In the early part of the year owing to the prevailing financial depression, 'Which In a measure affected returned soldiers, we were faced with the diffi cult problem of coping with the large number of calls made en. the (committee. Mr- Jas. Dickson, who was acting as secretary, submitted a scheme which was adopted for the ^establishment of an industrial ex change, the principal work of which being in connection with finding em ployment for returned goldiers; later the distribution of fruit tras included In the scheme. The exchange was continued with varying success until September when- the posi...

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

R. H. CT,AI*KE, Town Carter B A TRO A-LIDOST]*" Meoto all trains. Passengers' Luggage a Speciality. WKeni?Koked wii o (bid toke IRISH MOSS _ ^FTER b dose or two, the throat l< Q/l soothed, and the tightness la the cheat i> reliertd; " Benninr ton's" looieni the pfalerm, and its « ' pectorant tulilici nuke for a speedy , clearance ef the respiiatuy tract. Br eliminatinc early symptom* "Bonnta* I ton's" removes the ulti mate dancers of Pnea : monla.Chnmic Catarrh 1 or/'Flo. " , Take Bonnington's When Your Throat Bint Qiret Trouble. BONNINClDNS'l CARBAOEEN IRISH' It is a splendid remedy for Bronchitis, and will also (in relief to Asthma sufferers. For Whoopinr Couch and Croup."Bonniniton's" is without a peer, and should be kept handy KBgS'3P5 ALWAYS rSU~.Cr'*^ « II Get the GEN0INB— £!£§£*£€£»» Alt Chemists, 1/9: mucih larger sice, 8/- onmanmnr' B»-IJ afiiiriiniifiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK 1 jjailg JBail = FOE THE WOMAN OF THE 2 HOME! 2 Naturally every woman wan...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

James Stewart & Co. Ltd., OR TERION HOUSE, BACALDINE. BLANKETS BLANKETS It you compare oar values with others you will be surprised at the re-' velation, ^ you hare not already been convinced by the tacts and figures we have placed before you from time to time. Our"quallties will be found superior in every respect and our prices most reasonable. '• WJflTE BLANKETS £4 x 72 87/ 58 x 81 44/6 46/6 72 x 90 (58/(5 55/6 81 x W 67/6 70/" FRINGE BUGS 60 x 28 « ' 119/6 «0 x 28 62/6 60 x 22 112/6 OBEY "BLANKETS. 64 x 72 84/® 68 x 81 42/6 ., 72 x 90 68/6 81 x 99 ' 65/ 91 X 99 67/ BUSH BUGS. , 60 x 80 SB/6 j80 x 80 t0/ ^4 x 68 '«/ 70 x 90 86/ 170 x 90 * 87/6 KAPOC QUILTS. These good qualities ensure warmth without weight and fare hygienic and healthful. 6 x 4 42/6 6 x 5 87/6 f 6 x 6 80/ James Stewart I Co. Ltd. r<r fr fy t?

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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By Telegram. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

By Telegram. Brisbane, Friday. A State funeral .was accorded the late Senator Adamson this morning, when evidences of widespread and deep sympathy were maifeated, notably at the service in the Albert-street Methodiat church which preceded in" terment in the Toowong cemetery. Many who worked with deaeased in the Methodiat ministry, and lator in State and Federal politics, were present, and floral tributes were in profusion, one particularly touching one bo-'nr: iDBcribed " from old colleagues in the Queensland > Labour Parliamentary Party." Many members of the State Parliament, from botn Bides of the Ho nee, were prominent. The service was of an impressive character, and was an occasion when all differences were forgotten in the recollection of an upright aud strenuous life of a loyal Australian. A team of mixed doubles tennis players, representing the Barcaldine Catholic 1 Tennis Club, journeyed to Jericho on Satur day last and played a series of tournaments against tbe Jeriche C...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. Messrs. Winobcombe, Carson & Co., Bris bane, report:—At oor sales to-day we sold 8700 bsles of wool. The market «u ex ceptionally keen with an all round demand j Continental operators were the principal buyers. Compared with last sales rates.' the market generally was 10 to 15 per cent bigber, with the exception of best wools wbicb showed no quotable change bnt wfea very firm. We aold fleece acoount Ed monds, Texas, Slid j Chappell, Dalveen. 24d.; Stein, Roma, 28|d.; Terry, Gilliat, 23d.; Lockbart, Glvnlock, 23d. s Born, Bros.. Ilfracombe, 22Jd.; Sturgias, Spring etire, 2Bfd.; Harry Satcliffe, Nelia, 22td.; Earlbonrae, Dalby, 22|d ; Lougbnane, Dirranbandi,22d. Scoured—Tyson, Wells, Olio, 40d. t 0. Blums, Winton, stained, pieces, SB^d. Messrs. Dalgety & Co., Ltd., Eookhatup toa, *ere in receipt of the following , telegram from tbeir Brisbane, branch :— " Wool ealea opened. Animated competi tion. As compared Brisbane March aales su...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

TBESPASS ffOTICK. ANT person tonnd trespassing on or removing stock tram Caledonia or Tailored holding without permission oi the undersigned prosecution wlU follow wltbont respect to pm»n» BRIAN J. KELLY, flinHi, Mmeger. Try ub for Job ftintlog.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

QUIB ELL'S SNEEP DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND ) Q P QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP U I 80s. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS | j§ QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP B 9s. per gallon In 5 gallon drams. £7 t DAUET7 & C0BPAE LTD, MiMPMh O ( SOLEAOENTTS S Boarding and Day Schools for Boys and Girls Conducted under the joint anepioet of tbe Presbyterian and Methodist Churches. The Brisbane Boys' College Ol&yfield, near Brisbane Prinoipal: A. W. Bndd, M.A„ LL.B. Primary and Seoondary School The Brisbane High School for fclrls BomerviUe House, South Brisbane p_(r, • „lo (Miss O. E. Harker, B.A. Fricoipals ^m|m m k Jarrett( B A Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Sohool New and Improved dergarten Aooommodation , THE Schools stand in spurious grounds (seven and five aores respectively) and in the most healthy positions in Brisbane. The 8ohools feature open-air treatment for the teaching ' of pnpils. Boarders mb given special care in their " Home Life/' and every •effort is made to make up 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 — 6 May 1922

R. H. CLARKE, Town Carter 3 ^RO I35T3B Meets all trains. P&tigenger*' , Lhggaga a Speciality. Phone 68. U -,s .i v.dl-k>nu.vn fact to all those •>'io live in the Australia# Bush, that ;)uk li sou;;lit alter oil fioiti tlie t-iuni :i i« the most penetrating -oil !;rx>v.n. :nd is*ficrlv used iu cases, of '•lii Lumbago, Sciatica, I Vi . si ■: Skin &c, A p.-»t ■' ; j! Itr: iiij; ihi1 olU.i.ni it w'th o'hi-r ingredients of ]»• herbs, oils. gum*. &c\. is v>\«- ki.i»vn as GO\N' A SALVE, *nd ; s isii":< ■! tra.!~ iuV:k of tiie i ■ na similar to (lie above* o. 'Salve -ives immediate relief . ; > :"• ;i :<i ;n !.-*- <>! rheumatism and "■ ' I'lwp'.ai' r«. -penetrates and ■> •■■VjiiI a hc:t!:Ti\ i onri;t;<.>i, even ir c.— .r... •„'! <inrii--,,>"e casi-s of Infan -;i. l':i- Pilcr. ^k:n D?.* -!irc.. are en^ilv vanquished. TJie ■■'A'">!<N •csi:-nnnial« of cures that ' !e (V'TlslV...

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

TolletftEconomy. By Mimosa. | My advice to smart women, who de mand the very best results, Is to let most toilet preparations alone. When facial applications are necessary, get only the pure ingredients just as they come to the chemist himself. I will tell you in this column, from time to time, just what to get and just how to use it. Do not be persuaded Into buying isome cheap toilet prepara tion instead- Any chemist can sup ply you with genuine original con centrated ingredients neat, both direct and by post. I can point out to you, however, useful hints which involve no expense at all. To Acquire Plumpness—'The very best thing I can recommend is to ac quire the "milk habit." Drink at least a quart of creamy milk every day, and you will soon fill out those scraggy lines. C.irc of til© Hair—Your hair needs thei right kind of shampoo to bring back that softness and lustre. Get a package of slallax from your chemist and dissolve a t'easpoonful only in a cup of hot water. This is plen...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Rugby League. The Atmosphere Cleared. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 6 May 1922

Barcaldine Rogby League. the Atmosphere Cleared. The usual weekly meeting of the Barcaldtne Rugby League -was held at Devery's hotel on Wednesday last, Kay 3rd, there being present: Messrs. J. J. Lyuch, R. M. Quinn, S. Hoy, J. O'Connell, j. McQuaid, J. Kuder, W, Mallory, C- Lloyd-Jones, B. Vale, "J, McAlister, s. Farrington, and J. Garrett. Mr. R. m. Quinn occupied the chair. .The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and" confirmed. The inward correspondence was read and tabled- This include^ a letter from the Rockhampton Rugby League giving information regarding their Charity Cup fixtures. The President (Mr. R. JRarfc) wrote apologising for his absence on account of his being away at Long reach. He referred to the unfortu nate happening last Sunday, and stated that his opinion was that un fcue barracking by a section of the wowd present, affecting a certain player was the cause of the trouble. Ills player was of an nature, and being continually picked on would make any man "d...

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

R. PARK, j Bookseller, stationer, Newsagent,.. Tobacconist, BARCALDINE. SOME NEW MUSIC: "Smllin"' A Babee in the Wood success. a "Rose of Babylon," Vocal For' Trlot "I'll be all the Same (A Hundred Years Prom Now), Song " The Little Tin Soldier" or "Little Rag Doll," Song. "All By Myself," Vocal Fox Trot "I Wonder Why," Waltz Ballad. "Mississippi Cradle," Song. "The Shock," Fox Trot Also:—' Wildflower, Whispering, Peggy O'Neill, KisB A Miss, Rag g*ing Thro' the Rye, Slumbering Bay, Baby Tank, Happy, Do Ton Ever Think ot Me, Feather Tour Nest. R. PARK. Oak-street - BARCALDINE NERVOUS WOMEN. Are you tiervouB and morbid, languid and unable to eat ? Laio Tonic Fills will drain the impuritieBfrom your system and brace you up again. Obtainable everywhere. If you want a Good BujSftrv Sulky, Spring Catt, or Dray OO TO J. IIIITTS; PARCALDIflE. General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, WBEEF. GOOD WOTiK IS DONE Phone 20 The State Government Insurance Office transacts / Fire, Life, Marine, and Accid...

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

IN MEMORIAM Reynolds.—In loving memory of Jack Reynolds who was accident- ally drowned at Winton on 8th May 1915, aged 27 years. This day recalls sad memories Of our dear brother at rest, And those who think of him to-day Are those who loved him best. Inserted by his loving brother and Sister-in-law Jim and Maude Rey- nolds.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Statutory Notice to Creditors. Re MARY CHAPMAN, late of Bar caldine in the State ot Queens land, Widow, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having claims against the Estate of the abovenamed MART CHAPMAN, late of Barcaldine in the State of Queens land deceased, who dleg on or about the fourteenth day of January 1922, a.d.( at Barcaldine in the said State, are hereby required to Bend their claims to the Deputy Public Curator, Rockhampton, on or before the Sixth day of July 1922. And that after the expiration of the last mentioned date the Public Curato^ will proceed to distribute the assets of the said decease^ amongst the parties entitled thereto, having re gard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice. Dated this Twenty-Ninth day of April, 1922. E. W- HUGHES, Local Deputy Public Curator, Rock hampton. f Mr. J. B. LOCH, OPTOMETRIST. Will Visit Barcaidlne, 9th to 16th May, Shakes peare Hotel. Istsford, 18th to 24th May I II tra combe...

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