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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

CAN INDIGESTION CURE ITSELF P . . . Well, there may he exceptions. bat the general rale is for all eases of stomack disorder to get worse, unless pr» erly dealt with. This is natural ennoeh. for sack troubles ns indigestion. dyppTFiA. gapttitU end flatulence ere cnu-ed, in over ninety cues out f>! a bonded, hyemees «efi in the stoma fch • The effi ct or this acid is to steadily and inoreaBtnglv wenbr-n the diges tive org&nB until, finally, the tronble may become so deep-seated ns to render a oare very difficult Yet, one this acid is counteracted, few organs heal so readily as the etomsch. This is the very reason why Bisorated Magnesia is so enocpsefnl in treating cases of dieestive di-Mirbanee 5 it just neutralises the b»rroful aoid the moment it enters the stomach and renders food-fermentation iitopoBsihln O'DS ridding the sufferer of all osufa ,of irritation and weakness. From 'he first doBe the ease is apparent, whilst a keen relish for one's food it soon noticeable Le...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?] COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

WENT i . Ai. rfrther good story is luia about a ■f popular BisJiop iu oue 01 lue southern States! who niHKes periodical and •extended trips among tue settlers in. diocese. At a reception held in •tee .chief town, his iordsiup was relat ing his experiences to a number of ;ttn sterner sex. and being gifted . 'Irtth a lou^ voice, he was overheard by a number ot ladies who were sit ting nbt very far away to say aome ^thing about the water, and ot -'course they were very properly "horrified; but their feelings can be imagined when they distinctly heard •tern' refer later on to 'his bloody jbands, an^ yflt the Bishop used both ■ Expressions as it it was a common tiablt of his But 'the explanation .is delightfully ,i Simple ~ -after ~ aill,. and hiB Lordship * / could not be accused^ ot using "lan . feuage'1 Some eettlers *rrere com-, plaining about a smctll stream near their properties which' contained ^ fclehty of water after heavy* rain, fjjut left them very short dating a •jjfe^Wriod. ...

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

IL.ES THE WONDER WORKER (Patented.) THE KEY TO HEALTH. The world'* greatest Ola. oovery for the alievlatloa and cure of piles, hrniorr. nplds, constipation, and complaint* of the tower bowel. A simple, sensible, scienti fic appliance. Works 'while you sleep, and gives yon sleep- Lasts a life-time. Only 7/6. Send Postal Mote to Wonder Worker, Bo* 954, G.P.O., or 202 Elisabeth Street. Brishsine. Utera lTPPi|n FOR STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKINS Use ci ELLIOTT'S Neverstick lealhtrglou iRtffi Guaranteed to curt and iWMh the flietfeM Leather and Oilikku procurable. Uie il alio for Bulgy and Motor Hoodi. etc. Aklokltdy waterproof bold in two colours—Nitural and Black. Natural it un< for tmiint all coloured leather. KEVERtTICK dries In 30 minute*. SoW ^vtrs,0f" Price 313 a tin Wholenle Agenu far Qitmilm!; Arthur Scott & Co.Edward St.,Miban»

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

#=5> A POPULAR INSTITUTION ll G=?> * I 'HE OFFICE oi the*PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now located in New » - State Inioranee Fteamet, Comer of George and Elizabeth Streed, Brisbane. Thi» oftce ezitU for tbepeople of Qjeeulud, and the Pablic Cantor will act at— EXECUTOR And TRUSTEE UNDER wills i TRUISTEE undi* |**MWtai fllTTLEMINTI AND OTHER trusts I ADMINISTRATOR op EiTATIIOF PERSONS dying INTESTATEI ATTORNEY or AGKNT in the management or Property por - ABSENTEES I -■ AND Wit.L. 1. make wills nil I *. lend MONEY ON FIRST MORTGAGE t S. give legal ADVICE | 4. ATTEND TO ALL real property transfers. Branch Officm* at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTON : and Agenlt at A mvmry CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in th* Statm. " She&p, Cattle, • Horse and ; Property Salesiiieik' fiwd Office: _ „ TpOWOQMBA. ^ Branobesat: ' "* V-;A ' Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey andCharleville TlieOpen Gate to TOP WOOL VALUES . "Fix the advice on die «bbvc bale injrour memory. Yon ~ will find it pays, to mak...

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

Barcaldine. V-; l.AHer>®a. Proprietor. : ' Vttiae if: ■' "*** ■ ■ j TtyaOoteliaoneottiM •Nt if-TMITI HOTELS !■ f tWUMO. ft 4a (opiate with Bwr 0M*taIaMa > Mbftww to Hwe—d OwtlfllFl...! 0ad$r Complete New M«MgttaMt> PIB8T-CLA.SS ATTENTION. fltt) Bnnda of Wtom and SpWta retailed ' JPfttrDD" may hi^e their Oar* flhtraged ul' flMtt stabled or gent to Bnt-elut ptddoob. ( Q.C.T. Aaan. Houee. i IImm Aw»j Frw Hmk Marathon Hotel ARAIMAC. B> Q. HAYES, ProgrlrtOT Hnt-Clui Accommodation. HM-CIms Colsin*, and **• *tentlot. Baser ONti all Into* Ttoi # VV.O. C'OLMAN Oak-si. BJUtClLDINE. Wholesale sad Betsil BXJTOHER. /IRIiI the Prbnast ol Beet and Mutton' V wMjtat ptiom^a ndt ewtyboiy. iSwflig butaKod anAJp-to-dato BaCngant iH Plant and Coid (Storage Boonu, can aatisfaotioo. OonrasMB Kilted <w daily. .prompt attention to Cow try Oidan. CORNED BEKF a Speciality, Quality gwemtead. BARCALDINE HTCHEKU ICE WORKS Corner of Willow and A«h«<tnet David StlMudi fbgpmbtob Ce...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. [?] OFFIOR [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

ynpaMd District. , I i ;> . ABOB OmOl Hie weather to-day (Thursday) is qgain very hot with signs of Tain. A . <«X)d tall would be apprecla~d. Feed le getting very dry. Down the »1v»rf particularly beyond Stonehenge I am tafonned things are bad and.a fall of aain would he a godeend. We cer tainly will not get any seasonable weather until rain falls. Stock crossings over the local ve mrve up to 10th Inst, are as fol low?:—60 tnixed sheep from Strath 4arr to Show Grounds, D, Archer in dbarge; 4000 ewes from Fernhirst to Bbmora, T- Knox owner, A. Nor M^mbe in change; 3000 mixed sheep from Talleyrand to Longresch scour, A. Haviland owner, G. Birdie in ebarge; 6000 mixed sheep -from Long ford to Ixmgreach, "Annlng ft Co. 4*rners, T. B. Lynn in charge; 9200 weanere from Dunblane to Manning lutm, Ferguson Bros, owners, J. JRetcher in charge; 2700 mixed sheiep from Leander to scour, A., A. Moffat •wner, Q. Hamilton in charge; 60Q(J weanera from Longford to Ilfra oombe, Aiming f...

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

•fca K Cannan B L. H. Peterson NuUrj- i'ni-Uu. Notary Public. t&NK&JsS fPSTERSOU enjliouorr bid CTotarieSc l.OS V HEACH., And I.O. Q.umy *f*ANR! I. 8. Cfl&fiCH. CHURCH & CHURCH L Q., DENTAL SURGEONS, Boho > -si.net RO IK HAMPTON Eagle-st, LONGREACH.

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

J. EDGAR. ™ ^OCKHAMP TON. pmt to announce that I have redu ett my prices for all Saddle* and Heather Manufactured Goods, Saddle, poly and stock, reduce^ con dWerably, shaft and Leading Harness educed, Spring Cart, Sulky and Doable Harness all reduced. All Col are reduced. Double Rim Collars 37/«, Single 31/-, Buggy 27/#. Brldfe. Barcoo, 12/6 to 20/ with bits. Spurs, long and abort necks, reduced Whips, all kinds. Jockey Riding, Driving reduced. ' I have also In stock a large an rtment of new Fancy Leather Hoods, Attache CaBes Solid Leather s d Compressed Fibre, Solid Leather (atonic Regalia cases, very pretty; Travelling Coshlons, Forts Bolt Oases, Gladstone Bags, Steel Trunks£est bentwood bound Trunks; also ttraigh't batten Cabin Trunks at the lowest prices In the world, fiepairs to Bags and Cases neatly done. Locks and Keys fitted, ad justed or renewed. Lining to Sadd|bs and Collars and other repairs receive prompt and careful attention* General Banking Business. Conducted at 81 B...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales INDUSTRIAL MATTERS. UNREST IN N.S.W. AND VICTORIA Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

New South Wales INDU8TBIAJL MATTEBfl. UNREST IN N.S.W. AND VICTORIA Sydney, F«ld*r. A general strike in the coal mining industry is not considered by ship ping agents and mine representatives at Newcastle likely to occur. Every thing depends on the Federation leaders' stan^ at the conference this month with the proprietors. It is probable the ca«e will go before the Arbitration Court. A deputation interviewed Premier Fuller yesterday asking for the abolition of the new order enforcing a medical examination on applicants for employment on railway worlds an^ stating the men were suspicious something was being put over them and the Position was critical. The Premier, replying, said the medical examination was not intended to victimise the men in any way. It would only affect the unfit and dis eased. If the men precipitated a great industrial crisis merely on< suspicion they would have to take the | responsibility. Later in the day a mass meeting of workers engaged on constru...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY, MAT. 13, 1922 The Senate. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est. BABCALDINE SATUfiDAY, HAT. 13,1922 The Senate. • —WIT" I The death of Senator AdamBon has brought home to our would-be Con stitutional reformers in Queensland that you cpnnot monkey with a big machine without sooner or later throwing it out of gear. A Con stitution that has stopd the test of years, in every part of the world, is not necessary foolproof. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread, and proof tc the fool that his folly is likely to cause trouble or disaster will not stay his violent hand. In the memorial presented recently to his Majesty the King, in connection with the Abolition of the Legislative Council Act, this very contingency, which has arrived, was foreseen yet his Majesty's advisers in Queensland replied that it was so remote as not to be "worth consideration. Bach Aus tralian State sends representa tives to the Senate- Three are chosen every third year, and their term of representation is six year*. Mr. Adamson's death brings about wh...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COOGEE SHARE TRAGEDY. PRESENTATIONS TO CHALMERS AND BEAUREPAIRE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

THE COOGEE SHAKE TRAGEDY PRESENTATIONS TO CHALMERS AND BEAUREPAIRE. Sydney, Thursday. ] | At the "Times" office Jack Chal- j | mem was presented with a cheque j tor £605, balance of the fund -started I by that Paper, and a gold medal to mark his bravery on the occasion pf the Coogee shark tragedy. Frank Beaurepatre also received a gold medal. Chalmers has already received £2000 from a fund which, when out standing amounts are collected, will reach about £3000. The Lord Mayor's fund has reached about £2509, bo that the total amount collected was £3500. Of that sum Chalmers handed £600 to Beaurepatre, who bravely went to his assistance.

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

DB. SHELDON'.* P.LLS Banish Kidney Trouble and Tone Up the System it you are i'coling out of sorts, depressed, or nervouB, and suffer now and then from back ache, headache, or rheumatism, take notice. Don't let this run-down feeling continue a day longer tban necessary, as these aro the symptoms of kidney trouble, and must be' treated at onco. What you need to set you right and make life a pleasuni again, is Or. 8heldon'a Pills; they cleanso the blood and re move all impurities from the systi m. regulate the kidneys, and tone up the nerves. Good 'health is natural to the human body, and with the help of this valuable remeuy you can soon recover it and feel well and bappy once again. Obtainable everywhere. Try the "Champion" columns for your advertisement—It will pay yon. For letterheads, memos, billhead*, tags, circulars, dodgers, fee-, try the "ChamploA" Office- v For Influenza Cold", take Woods' Great Pepprrmiut Cure. 6

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. Sale of Agisting Bights ol Racecourse Paddock. UNDER instructions from the BAR CALDIKE CENTRAL RACING CLUB I will Bell by Public auction on MON DAY, 22nd inst., at my office at 4 p.m. the Agisting Rights tor a period ol twe^fe months, of the above paddock. C. LLOYD-JONES, 1 Auctioneer.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Victoria Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Victoria Melbourne, Friday.. When members of the Federate! Gas Workers Union learnt to-day. that the Gas Company had declined to meet them in conference on tha 1 question of -wages, considerable re sentment was expressed- Officials at | the Trades Hall admit that the situ ation will become serious. It vraH stated that unless the companies change their attitude a strike will ba declared on Sunday. Although the men connected withi the electrical trades union are stttl on strike the position was iesB serfoaa to-day than was the case a few days ago.

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

rOBSALB. LISTER ENGCTE, with Four-Stand Plant, complete with all hu^j fleets* tools, grinders, and complete equip ment. £186. C. II. NICOLSON, Agent, Aramac. For Chronic Chert Complaint* Woodi' Great Peppermint Core.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK COMMERCIAL STATION CHAMPION OFFICER. Friday, May 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Station i Champion Office. Friday, may 12th. The weather at the tail-end of last week and the week ending to-day (Thursday) •bows a decided change. Quite a cold snap aet in on Friday, and the max. heat feu from 87 1 deis. on Thursday to 70 6 degs. on Friday, 72.1 dega. on Saturday, 741 degs. on Sunday, when it commenced to rise •gain, and 64 9 degs. was recorded for Wednesday. This makeB the average mux. for our meteorological week 7B0degs. as compared with a max. a»erage of 840 degs. for the previous week. The niinimntn haa been eqntllv bb etratio. On 8atnrday night the visitors to the picture show, bad there been any, would have become as cold •■frogs witb the glass at 49 dugs., bnta misty rain fell, and spoilt all out-door amusements, and all for oaa point. On Tuesday the glass got down to 44.2 dega., and then like the max. rose, the highest nadlng being 640 degs. asoompared with 882 deps. on the previous. Friday night. 'The average min. was 658degs, as com roted with 68 8 degs. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE [?]sland. By Telegram. GOLDEN CASKET No. 45. FIRST PRIZE GOES TO NEW SOUTH WALES. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

STATjfc AND INTERSTATE ^ueeziBland. Hy IVliRiam. GOLDEN CASKET No. 46. FIRST PRIZE] GOES TO NEW SOUTH WAJLES. Brisbane, Thursday. Golden Gasket No. 45 was drawn to-day. The first prise No. 6169 went to the "Fortune Hunter's Syn dicate" care of Mrs- H. Morris, Botany, N.S.W.; the second, No, 16,007, to A- Wheelon, b.b. Wo donga, Brisbane; the third, No- 61,941 to Bain's "Tom Cat" Syndicate care of C. Thompson, Brisbane.

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

P.O. Box 47. . Phone 104, T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to-RIGBY ft COMPANY, Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesman BAROALDINE, Motor Oar Available for Inapabtion. Purposnn. Prompt and Personal Attention to All Rnquiriea. L&ND COURTS ATTCNOEO Offioa—Be«oh-streot, lidjoinn.g Hotel BhakeBpeure. 0. M. NICOLSON, Successor to H. M*t£hews, Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 and 62 _ _ * Prompt and Personal Attention to all jffauirieb. Car available for inspection purposes. Laud Mattels a Speciality. L»au«l Courts Attended. Applications Lodeed. Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICH O. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, Ac. . - Our Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly np.fo at©, <jliento can rely on an Efficient and Eirport Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. P.t. .Box 12 the Rcckhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY YEAR...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONALISTS AND COUNTRY PARTY. THE ELECTORATES DISPUTE MATTER REFERRED TO LOCAL ORGANISATIONS Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

NATIONALISTS AND COUNTRY PAJBTY THE ELECTORATES DISPUTE MATTER REFERRED TO LOCAL ORGANISATIONS Brisbane, Friday. The adjourned meeting ot a con ference between the Nationalist and Country Parties yesterday consider ed the allocation of five disputed electorates. The conference de cldefl to remit the allocation of Bun daberg, Oytnple, and Keppel elector ates to the local organisations con cerned, as to whether they wilt sup port a National or Country Party can didate, ang agreed to honor the de cision of each electorate. Mr. Taylor withdrew the Nation alist claim to Port Curtis, and no de cision was reached regarding the Ffessltern. The conference adjourn ed to & date to be agreed upon.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Market and Wool Reports. ] The Primary Producers* Agency, Br« IihU", rt-pnitiiUUu «b ep were panned at Newmark't to-any There was a good im provement all rouni. Prime wether mot ton realises 3Jd , at tiinee touching 4d. 420 lambB wem penned. Th«-re weie 2s. to 3b dearer tl un l'i«t vre>'k. 1160 cattle were yarded. Pri bullock'* beef realised from 18s. to 15s. ptT lUUlbs., cuw'a beef, prime, 10s. to 1/a. p<*r IOUIUh. TbeKZL. & M.A. Co. Ltd., Brisbane, report: —CoOO ouu -p were penned at Enog geni. The quality was mixed, best out ton sold from 31 J, to 4d; per ib. 420 lambs wer- p.na<a. . The. quality was fair. Prices were bitMi^r 116J cattle were yarded. .Tb<) quiliy wjb fair. Beat bul lock bi*ef sold itnw 23b. to lot. per lOOibs., cow beef ins. to 12s. pi*r 100. lis. Meters D timely & > 'o. Ltd., are in receipt of tVio following tel ^miu from their Sydney office UOil'.r liac of .Vlay Loth 1922: - "Offered 40(W biilBs of wuol tod...

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