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CARPENTIER'S EASY WIN London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

ICABPENTIEB?8 EASY WOT Inonflon, Thursday The fight between OeorgeB Carpen tter ana "KW" W&B * ehort -Wtatr, lMtlng only two minutes 15 seconds, the Frenchman winning by a knock-out In the first round. Immediately the gong sounded for the first round Lewis rushed in and the men clinched, whereupon the re feree calle^ a halt and warned both. Lewis again rushing in, caught Car pentier with a couple of lefts and rights. The Frenchman held on, and was warned. Carpentier tried to land one with the right and Just; misseg getting home one to the jaw: The men again clinched ana as they broke from the clinch Carpentier darted in his right to the Jaw and Lewis went to the boards for the full count. The spectators' were cla morouB and many were-crying "Foul" j Tbprg was some hooting as Carpen-! tier returned to his dressing-room. {

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GERMANY FOOTS THE BILL London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

QEEHAirr FOOTS THE BILL London, Thursday. Mr. Home, replying t® ® question On the Honse of Commons, said that German payments In caah and Wnd to the British Empire and the Allies tfnce the armistice to the Zlst Dee., 1921, Including money tor the ar mies of occupation* relmhniisement of advances, and coal deliveries, 1m estimated S,487,856,000 gold marks.

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

COMMERCIAL TEEATY WITH SPAIN In the House of Commons, Mr. KTintertown, replying to a question, Mid that Great Britain was negotiat ing a commercial treaty with Spain.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOYAL VISIT TO SPAIN. Brussels, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

BOYAL VISIT TO SPAIN. Brussels, Wednesday. Though not included in the official programme, King Oeorge and Queen Mary, at their own request, are visit ing the national firing range where the . Germans executed Nurse Cavell Wd other Allied patriots. Their Majesties will place a wreath where Nurse Cavell wai shot.

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

The AUSTRALIAN ESTATES & MORTGAGE CO. L« BRISBANE — i ... Wool Brokers Stock Sc Station Agents Produce Salesmen PROMPT & EXPERT ATTENTION ms — for better results The iron just glides—smoothly over the finest fabrics or heavy materials when Brown 6c Pol son's Starch is used—it makes ironing a pleasure. Brawn ft Polaon'a Starch goat (alkali b ■rawy>wUte, ud faoaaita a afa, aMV plaaaaat faal to (Ulaitywaar. IiNmi'i Studi U hhI lumpy - ~ Srdnap. dw «w> I—i»y KrfttlWM Bf ■ Namawa. i riiwn Cars F'mut, u<i ia ■fMi A Mini (AiutrnliMi Brown & Poison's » DOUBLE D. EUCALYPTUS Anstralia's Best Oil of Eucalyptus Thin brand of Eur.nlyptue O'l it str^npT Mid superior to most brands of Eucalrptnu oil ob tainable in Australia, and contains 70 w cent. Eucalyptol contained in tbp Oil which they an putting up, tut Hep make a point of dofn|r BO, for nur Oil of Eucalyptus in lull strength, and in distilled in the most scientific manner, pro* during a high grade OK...

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

Exterminate the Blow-Fly Pest By property spraying your sheep with an I.B.G. Power Spraying Plant. *0 skjl. ,« ilMkt baa bi*i specially dealgned ror apraylr.ir *radMM> iflj, la the reault «f fur ataxy yaara axparJeuc* 1b aymw .i (i.plk« plants. . k<b<np i* a nlKt -cloM Duplex with ou uide p«ok»<i t-itiu piuafftcv . i.»na*, and Is atittabl* for a i*eeaure cl iW)D>« per «q -»r» took, graying Uqu * i» forced through a noul* nhlcti Uw> witl J» • MUat* the tuttkeat wool. <i«eial sprixi^ iiundplece enables ih« operator to ln* > o. y tpyir o> * >iuld aa d^rwi. ; .«chlnc fa regularly supplied with two beat*. l>ut m>it*r t«o, thi*+ > t«u anpplled »■ desired. (.Odd abeej* c»o be aprayed dally with on» ,-rf thMH. , ltiIm hum . i *•*». S «>R f-'JPtHER PARTICULARS AND flWU ^ ©Intercolonial Boriaj Ci. Lit, Mercba< to, Dgirem m ■> «■ c.t.-. ■ , . 4s0-4s0 Ann-Street, BRISBANE IVorke-^l eeroa^r iu> In Purchasi...

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

Special Notice Column. Do you wmt.any thing f Have yon auytbiug to sell F Save you lotst or f < mud something f Meetings. atu. Advertisements in this oolnmn it special MtM for CASH strictly in advance. It booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be obarged. Maximum number of Words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Inserts. IS words 2/- 8/- 4/6 1 very additional eight words... I/- 1/3 1/6 P. T. McDONALD. Saddler and Har h«M Maker, oak-street. Barcalfllne. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone IM KUUUABIT HONEI-— Guaranteed par*' 71b. tins, 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-. Larger quantities if required. C. Lloyd-Janes, Agent AKRY SYMONDa, Bbrooiduw ■ Agi-nt lor Goideu Caeket, alsu Oun ■ultHtion on fortb' oming Boukhamptun Cap _£6U0U f.»r 6/0 Ti , ) uai look Phone 18 0 f Cilfttltll TOWN OABrfc-E *o ©■ UIMUIVj B ra*i.uno Furniture removed oaielu.ly. Modiratw Prioeu. Giv« klm a trial. i'iiuuo 120 will find turn. BEST assortment of tiOSES ulwayu avaiiuble 'V reatbs, bouqaei...

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

-SF General Cojugeots. In an article in Toev*omba "Chronicle" on the meat export trade Mr. T. Crawford, of Tara, Inspec tor o£ Aberdeen Angus, deals with tfce subject from all points of vie* and turns the Australian methili of breeding inside out and finds. fault with them up hill and dowi dale, and after what be eayB it U not very astonishing that people •rer seas will not l(%k at Australian. beef iwlen it is available from •ther countries where more care la taken ill breeding for the martcet. ".The article is too long for reproduction hire, but a few extracts are worthy of special mention. For one thing Aiinfrallft needs many more *«r* bi»d bnlls. Argentine, Brazil. Ura qnay are spending thousands ' in ufevlls and brains. Africa. Canada, nd even New Zealand are all spending freely,- But Australia is •pending a mere fraction in that direction. In a given period there were exported from the British'Isles over 800 purebred cattle. Of these COO went to South America- "The ■umber that ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Barcaldine AND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

BuodisfthmlBiriget Mita Muriel Anderson (Hotel Bh»ke» ■wre) was Ure l)r. Malcolm's truest in 1 Blackall tor the girls ball on Tuesday night. May Wth. lit. and Mrs; F. Humphreys, who have hew spending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Jf. Leylsnd, left for their home in New Sooth Wales last week. The Miss Cullinane (2), Gympie, who fere been Miss Marie! Anderson's guests at the Hotel Shake-pe&re, have gone to Black ■U for the 8how to atay with Mrs. jbvane, Malvern Hills Ow. H, Vin^e* Station, Longreaoh — The present Tay Bridge mn opened in 1887 at a cost of £060 000. The bridge replaced • former 6ne, which was blown down dur ing <he night ut December'28th, 1870, after being in use only t<bont ightfen months The Dxw bridge is over two miles long. Mr. F. A. McLean, of the Central Cafe, aotifies visitors that during Carnival week he is nuking a speciality of meals. Break - M will be served from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., (■nob 11 *'DQ to 8 p m., and dinner from 6 p.m. to...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. THE GENOA CONFERENCE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. - TEE GENOA CONFEBENCC. London, Wednesday. The Australian Press correspon dent at Genoa states that M. Barthou •ent a sharp letter to Signor Facta protesting against the Russian delay In furnishing a reply. Genoa, Thursday. A report trom Paris Btates that the Trench delegates may withdraw from the conference- If this happens the conference will continue without them. London, Thursday, The Australian Press correspond ent at Genoa states that M. Tchit eherfn has handed a reply to the sec retary of the Genoa conference. 'In (be first reading it cannot be regar ded as satisfactory. The document nevertheless affords a reasonable basis for further negotiations of a Character such that a discussion of peace can be undertaken forthwith* There are two sides to it. The ques tion of economics anfl the establish ment of peace contains lengthy ar guments on the subject of private property and Russian economic re tulretaents. It is doubtful whether this can he discuss...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

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OUR LETTER BOX. The Anzac Commemoration. "Observer" Replies. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

p£C3C0£»3OE3fl H OUR LETTER BOX. The Anzao Commemoration. —0O0— "Observer" Replies. Sir,—i ask pardon for troubling you again; but just a few wofds In answer to my differentiates may be allowed. To P. E. Deinuth: Wo are in per fect accord, except in one particular.' You cannot understand human nature, and allow me to state that yoji-never will. You did not make it, and you will not mend it. Wear your round collar, my son, and do-, fend It against all-comers, but do not be proud, for you know pride goeth before destruction, &c. Will you do me a favor by reading Carly le's "Sartor Resartvs." It will well repay you for the time occupied. I have catalogued every passion that sways the human breast, and jotted down the results, except charity. The headline on the page is there, but the pago is quitfe clean. Can you let me have a few samples of it, and i the results of same? The Germans pray, I understand. Martin Luther prayer before he attended the Diet at Worms. Quite so{ the on...

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

TBY THE BEXONA TBEATMENT. To obtain a soft, cli*nr, radiant skin—been the UoKOtia treatment to-day. It maUm your skin soft and lovely, firstly becnusp Kxhiir will remove every trace of skin imporlcctinn, and secondly Rexona Soap will then kr-p it in a healthy cpnHitlnn. The Keiona Tr<>atm>'nt is a scientific treatment that makes results cer • tain and sure. Rrxona thn Rapid Healer, price Is. 8d. and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. James Stewart & Co. Ltd., CRTERION HOUSE, BACALDINE. BLANKETS -:- BLANKETS If you compare oar values with others you will be surprised at the re velation, it you have not already been convinced by the facts and figures we have placed before you from time to time. Our qualities -will be found superior in every respect and our prices most reasonable. WHITE BLANKETS'* 64 x 72 • 87/- ' > 68 x 81 44/6 45/6 72 x 90 68/6 65/6 81 x 99 67/6 70/ FMNGE BUGS 60 x 22 49/6 60 x 22 52/6 60 x 22 112/6 OBEY BLANKETS • 64' x 72 84/* • 68 x 81 42/6 ' 7...

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Football Cup Fixtures, Brigade Seniors Win Under Protest. Wallaby Juniors Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Football Cap Fixtures, _ mAa Brigade Sudors Win Under Protest • Wallaby Juniors Victorious- / a. large crowd was present to ■wit nesa the Cup fixtures of the Barcal dine • Rugby League at the Show GroundB on Sunday last, May 7 th. The Juniors played the opening game, and this resulted in a run away win tor the Wallabys by 27 to 6. The WallabyB showed super ior combination throughout; ' play was ol a scraggy nature. For the winners the scorers were W. Collins two tries, —. Sellars, H. Burns, D. O'Sullivan and, C. Cliffe one each; Sellars, Collins and F. Balderson each converted one- For the losers C. Curtis scored and O. Burke. The Seniors* then took the field amidst applause. The. game firas ot a fast and exciting nature, and at times some excellent passing^ ral< leys resulted. At halt time the scores were Brigade six, Wallabys five. The Wallaby Club entered a protest ' against the Second try scored, they maintaining that the player who scored it was out ot touch, the ump...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine Rugby League. Sunday's Senior Game a Draw. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Barcaldine Rugby League. Sunday^ Senior Game a Draw. The u>ual weekly meeting of the Barcaldine Rujrby League wae held at Dev^ry's hotel on Wednesday evening last, Hay lOtb, there being present: Messrs. E. Park (chairman) E. M. Quinn. S. Hoy, J. Par rdl, E. Vale, W. Mallory, C. Lloyd- Jone?, J. Koder, T. J, O'Connell, J. McQuaid, J. McAllister and referees S. Farrington and J. Garrett. The outward correspondence was a letter to the Wallaby Club conveying the motion passed at last meeting, also a letter to Mr. C. Murnane. Thfl inwardcotre?pondence -raks tabled. This include d iietB of financial players of each Club who had registered with the ta inted Players Fond. A letter was read from J[. McQuaid, captafa of the WoMajys, protesting against a try scored by a Brigade player last Son jay on th« grounds,. that the line umpire held his fltg up. signifying that the Baid player wus out of touch —Mr. Park invited butbtbe line umpire end referee | to give their views concerning the matt...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

i Sander & Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. Can be obtained at all chemists and stores. There is no reason for putting up with in [ ferior brands, because yon can obtain "SANDERS," which is not only recognized by the highest medical authorities, but is i proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, the j DeBt. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured for Medical use, trailer the constant supervision of a medical man. bAN DEE'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, fiatu 1 leuoe, infections diseases, locally for wounds, ! burns, ulcers, piles itching chilblains. Mr. 3. Hopkins, Auckland, writes:—" I have used SANDER'S EXTRACT for tho laBt 42 years with the very best result. Once a substitute i given me, a larger bottle at same price result—No good. Only- SANDER'S EX TRACT8 enters my house." When coughs, colds and chills arc prevailing. And infection is coming your way, If you feel the first symptoms of ailiug Procure what you need whilst you ma...

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Confidence in W[?]Outlook. Centinentel Dema[?] Extending. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Confidence in WeoFOiitlook. Contlaentel Demarfil ExtendiDg. Messrs. Wincbcombe. Canon Ltd.. Bris i>ui«. report under date May 4th No dittarbing factor ia in view to shake tbe confidence of thoBe anticipating a cintiuua tion of buoyant w jol market*. London reports a ride of 74 to 1.5 per cent, oom mtod with rates at the previous series. Tho particularly brisk attention command ed by tbe lesa attractive merinoB and cross breds probably finds its source in tbe I efftcfs anticipated hooi the Genoa Con torence The Continent, up to 1914, absorbed average' to low grade wools, in extremely heavy quantities At Brisbane auctions Continental buyers during tbe p*et week proved tbe most atf^n-sBivt* competitors. Aad to the Continent mills th<- ri><-ep owners of New South Wales and QJeene Und must look tor the permanent and | sustained support necessary to keep their ' clips eel.infreely frcitr year to year. France. Belgium, Germany, nstria and | Italy took about 80 p...

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

Oar Jobbing Department is replete In every detail, and Is under tbe per sonal supervision ol one or the pro prietors. "Champion" OBoe.

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

Typewriters > Hie Smith Prtmitr umpleU- Keyboard, In wrchanBeabla CsrriRt: Removable Platen. The Silent L. C. Srttic Kriiuces nci*t b» Ml ''.ill bearinfi typtbars, I hearing shifr I"" >■ SjtCOIK' '«• i ''■ J*CI •>««» of. nit fti4<l«rfroni £$'• UnoOih iveI ««»»t trM "V Compact He'sablo Biaiple £17 17-Cash With Oriel; Try the "Champion" columns for your advertisement—It will pay ymu For letterheads, memos, billheads, tags, circulars, dodgers, Ao., try thi "Champion" Office use Little's Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. II* *mkn ana** tm mi Etfb mO Vanmin tW tk»tr «»»«. Lm **• »W im m Kommtifml CmmJltUm. inmi rt*rioi>t*u rmoa WMMUII, MORI A Ct. LTD., MMS.nuirt CI.LT1.I'

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Roekhampton Botanic Gardens. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 13 May 1922

Roekfaifflpton Botanic Gardens. Our SMkhaMpton. correspondent wrlteiv—"Having a little time at my dtevneal I paid, a visit to the Botanla Oar^ana this week ani 1 found the genial Curator, Mr. R. Simmera, up to bis eyes in work. Hie eot. George takes a. good deal ' of the responsibility of his father's and the City Council, and Rock liampton ratepayers, are very for tunate in (having the services of two such splendid officers at their diB posal. They were hard at work sending plants away and Mr. Sim mons expects a record year. Busy though he was he foun^ time to show me round and gave me some idea of the improvements they are making. The genera! scheme of the lower gar dens, that is the portion near the Murray Lagoon,, is being completely altered. X winding footpath Is be ing made to go right from the little entrance gate down towards the orchid house, then along the lagoon, an,j up to the gate at the nursery. Flower beds abut on each side and the ef fect should be very pretty. The e...

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