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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

General Conneits. Some very interesting reports and comments on the Australian wool in dustry have been published by the Central Wool Committee. The Com mittee had dealt with the wool for part of the season 1916-17, and the whole of the three following seasons, when the number of bales .of wool dwjt with was 7.127,000, of a total appraised value of £159,896,396. The rainfalls for the three seasons in all the wool-growing districts, whicn were supplied to the committee gave some very uBeitul information and demonBtarated the reliability of the seasonable average. A very heavy rainfall does not, it la explained, necessarily mean a good wool yeai'. tor excessive moisture may injuri ously affect both the wool ana the sheep- The pests are at their worst in a wet season, and the ideal cycle of meteorlogical conditions for wool growing is described as being alter nate years of normal rainfall, or slightly above normal, and partially dry yearB the degree of dryness (not drought conditions) ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

SPORTING t . ,. notes We will appreoi&te contributions of sporting itemB for this column. (The Victorian Amateur Turl Club races run at Melbourne on Saturday last, 18th February, resulted in twx> outsiders capturing two out of the three principal events The Oakleigh Plate was won by Wist Wynne, Deme trious being second, and Lisnavane third. Wish Wynne started at 12 to 1. The Bond Cup was annexed by (Wildon, ,.with Jacks taffe second, and Purser third- WMdon started at 10 to 1. The St- George Stakes resulted In a win for the favorite Burythmic at five to four on. Hardest King sec ond, and Sister OHve third. The Queensland Turf Club races held at Ascot ou Saturday last, 18th February, passed off successfully, a large attendance being present. The Trial Handicap was won by Loco light, with Rose-O-f!arming second, and Biinnamagoo third- The Flyipg Handicap was annexed by Betrayer, Bern dale being second, and . Lobo minunie third. The Wtelter Handi cap resulted in* a win tor M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Alao the Famous Craven* Burleigh Hair Dar k ener. 3/6 Shampoo 'Powder, (per dot.),' 2/6 • Skin and Scalp Soap. 1/ Face ' Cream. 2/6 F^bc* Powder, 2/6,4/6 11 a a h o, -.3/6 Haii Health The content ate ot lobs •pur Hair is Dry or Hair Tenk (Liquid) u the Hair la naturally Our will prove die most effectual way of rejtnwiatiiis andjbeautify ing A hair. These pre paration* penetrate to the Ur mta. follicles, pig flBeotanr ■ standi* de> ^tSuTXnnfta promote a steady growth of newJuxuriaat hair, f fata preparations have a world wide npatatbmof 25 odd Tear*'(landing, and are the ftoett preparation known additiontheir oae is a aafouard against ^ Hair andScslp troubles, nice, Pooiide (oily) 3/6 Box; or Hair Tonic (non oily), 3/6 bottls FREE SAMPLE of Hair Grower and Shampoo Powder aent oa receipt of 3d. in stampi, or liberal samples of FaceCream and Face Powder will be salt lor 6d. to hdp coyer pott age.packJns.£c. Address: SOLD EVEgYWHEKE . John Craven-Burleigh Donglu BL, Sydney. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Victoria Hospital. Bawflfiline. j 35th Annual Meeting. I Hie SBth anttu&I meeting b£ Go ! v&mta of ViitorJa Hosjtftat was 'St. »n Supper-room ol the' roue Hall ob Friday evening, 17th I l^temrjr, 1822. There were pre Messrs. R. j. McCuUough, w T. McKie, S;v I®0®113?' "W- James R. a «„£,;< Leyi?nd> L. L. Pearson, Meacham, 'D. Stlb «r' Goo5t> 611(1 C. Lloyd Jones (Secretary). MeCulIough was voted to the' Jn^^®_®1,nutes of last annual meet e rew' coairmed ^h* annual reports and balance ,as before the meeting, were S nubli«w "V adopt€d' tTbes® Smn* ta an *«. Stibbards, in commenting on ^ sheet' saW everything 9U,t® satisfactory. Snt howerer. In the report rapt- the Shire Council was chare* ?%or attempting to 2*®. for «se of septic tank 2r infl hi was most «» fcow the^J not uiderBtand Su&S.d not mt*e a ter&et «f tJrJS^SLtf14 ^ m^er had In the paper Council "V** 118 understood was promulgating a By-law "-5 I^S»itaS tat4®' W,at6r eupPll8d Ik...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THE BURDEN OF INDIGESTION. Here are the facts about a real remedy (or indigestion—that burden which makes lite a misery for so many» ThB remedy is Bisurated Magnesia, a harmless, yet effec tive compound which, since ilB inception, has received the written endorsement of thousands of grateful people in all parts of the world as well as the recommendation of doctors, nurses and hospitals. Bisnrated Magnesia stops stomaeh pain instantly by removiug the oanse; it is quite inexpensive and either tablet orpowdee form can be ob tained from any chemist. It is a sure, sane and safe remedy for those who suffer from indigestion, bnt when buying care should be taken to see that it is Bisnrated Mag nesia, for nothing else will do. Best to look for the name ' Bismag' whioh is boldly printed on every genuine paokage—then you know you're safe !—Advt. Try ua tor Job Printing.

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Intertown Cricket. Barcaldine Defeats Blackall. Another Close Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Intertowa Cricket. Barcaldine Defeats Blackall. Another Close Game. It was good for the old game of Eng Utah cricket when, the Blackall re presentative team recently viBited, Barcaldlne to play an Aramac repre sentative team. During their stay at Barcaldine representatives conferred with the local cricketers and decided that at least a further two more matches be played this season be tween the closely-matched elevens of Barcaldlne and Blackall. These Snatches are always close and ex citing, and when the Blackall reps, announced their intention of visiting Barcaldine on Sunday, the • 19th I February, to play the first of these arranged matches, a good game w&b anticipated. The Blackall reps, de parted from Blackall in the early morning, but the crossing * at til® Alice was a little troublesome, with the result that it was nearly 10 a.m. before the majority of the team • reached Barcaldine. However, bet-1 iter late than never. After breakfast they made their way to the Show G...

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A Haltin Wool Demand. Fluctuations Inevitable. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

A Halt in Wool Demand. Fluctuations heritable. Megan. Winohcombe Oaraon, Ltd.. Bris bane, report under date February 16th :— When markets for any commodity reach very buoyant levels, fluctuations are in evitable. Extreme rates produce nervous nets Though'trade may be brisk, opera tors regard a decline in values as eventu ally Inevitable. After their post-war experiences, it is little wonder wool manufacturers are timid regarding the ris? in wool rates ot the last two months. Hugh profits made by mill owners during the war, and immediately afterwards, melted like enow when last, season's slump in rates set in. Average and faulty merinos have latterly been amongst the dearest wools on the market. Whilst super merinos barely ad vanced beyond the increased rate* of Wt December, average classes rose a further 10 per cent. This rise has disappeared at later auctions. . TopB at Bradford are easier. In view of the disquieting news from Ireland, how ever, this is not surprising. A serious ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. QHEVBOEEX ««» va.kaltt to give «vMy day aarvlea at tow opsiMi Mora than 300,000 CHEV ROLET ownara (■ «0 parts «f tin world teattfy that tfila •» nata tfca <wiiii<' tar law-jwlead, dapandable OUVRMfr to tti aii wte h § m 9 mm *** *m HOWARD MOTOR Ct>.. Iilmltad, Toowoomba. Brlab&no, RocVframpton. J[BI District Agent. F. B. HABarc&ftllBf. TRESPASS NOTICE. ANY person found trespassing on or removing stock from Caledonia or Tancred holding without permission of the undersigned prosecution will follow without respect to persons. BRIAN J. KELLY. 3mthB Manager. R. PAKK, Bookseller, Stationer, Newsagent, Tobacconist, BARCALDINE. Pugh's Almanac, 1922, 4/- posted. School Bool|s and all School Re quisites. Latest Music, Songs, Pieces, and Al bums All the leading Newspapers and. Magazines. Posted any period. Payable in advance. R. PARK. Oak-street - BARCALDINE. 9IMBEB H BORiL'JLA 6AWMILL.ING COMPANY (late Oatlmou Kmtnen),...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

p ecial Notice Column. Do 70a want anything f Have you anything u> Belli1 Have yon lost or found something? Heatings, Ao. Advertisements in thte column at special Mtae tor CASH stricUj iff advance, If booked ordinary oaaual advertising ratffl will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two * Three Insert. Inaerta. 16 words .y 2/- ®/" 4 ■very additional eight & wordB 1/- W3 */® CLEAN NEWSPAPERS BOUGHT AT STIBBARDS. 2d. PER LB. VTRVOfflflTI koD8 Wood per load, 12*. flA&WUUli—0ul bl00b8| per loKd—12b E. J. HUNT, Ash St , fiaroaldme. F. T. McDONALD, Saddler «ba Bk mm Maker, Oak-atrMt, Borcaldine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 FOB SALS'—Cut Rosea, laifcest •ad best assortment always obtain able.—MiBB China. dbesbiuib street. North Side. Bucaldlae. MUBBABET HONEY*— Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins,! 5/-. 141b tine, 10/*. Larger quantities 11 required. C. XJoyd-Jones,' Agent SlClifeinil TOWS CABTKB 4o • IVffllHIIj Btroaldioe Furniture removed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Extravagance! Touring the West y^ITH a most extraordinary range of Drapery for Women and Men- Particularly large range of Ex clusive Costumes and Millinery for high-class wear for the coming sea son.' Uliss BLAIR, representing BflEIHNERS', RockKaftiptbn, Now Located At the Shire Hall, Barcaldine Don't miss- this opportunity. The chance of a lifetime. Values extra ordinary. It you want a nice exclusive dress length in -Crepe-'de-Ctaene, Georgette, Voile, Gingham, Crepes, Zeph yrs Prints, &c. Only one' dross len gth of each material. By no chance ■will your neighbor have q. similar dress. Bremner's, Rockhampton fJRAHAM'S DERMAL LOTION' UT strengthens tbe comp'exion against the ravages of tbe m miner uen—is soothing and softening in its effeot. Price Is. 6d. Boarding and Day Schools for Boys and Girls Oonduoted under the joint aoepioea of the Presbyterian end Hethodiat Ohnrobe*. The Brisbane High School for Girls Sotnerville House, Ponth Brisbane Prinmnali JMia8 0 ®- Barker, B....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

P.O. Box 47. Phone 104, T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to R1GBY * COMPANY, Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesman BAROALDINE. Motor Oar Available for Inspection. Purposes. Prompt and Personal Attention to All Knquiites &AKD COURTS ATffBDNEO -OfHoe—Beech-street, adjoining Hotel Shakespeare. H. MATTHEWS, Late ASHBUBN & 00. * Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ABAMAC. Phons 44 and 62 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries Car available for inspection purposes. I I*and natters a Speciality. Land Courla Attended. Applications Lodged. Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. JSngiueers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &c. Onr Oarage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly n( »t 3ate^ clients can rely on an Efficient and Expert Survice Telephone; Day, 12; Night, 21. P.C.Bozl2 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Fonndeu 1879.) ' For over FORTY YEARS has provided the o...

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On Dit [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

OnDit , That an Honor Board -or Memorial should have been erected In Barcal dlne long ago. ' —0O0— That the ladies are now working hard to bring this matter to a head. —0O0— That the townspeople should not forget the Paddy's Market to be held at Easter. —0O0— That the annual meeting of Go vernors of Victoria Hospital was held last .Friday evening. ■—0O0— That thfe action of the Barcaldine Shire Council in framing a By-Law to enable the taxing of a charitable institution for Installing an up-to date septic system was .condemned in no uncertain language at the said meeting of governors- „ —0O0— * That the Chairman delivered a knock-out when he neatly suggested that the V.H. committee should adopt a more dignified attitude In the matter of again approaching the Council. —0O0— That it doeB 8eem over the odds: that a charitable institution should be so unjustly taxed. —0O0— That a protest is to be sent Council regarding the matter, after which it is hoped the proposed By Law will Dyer (t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Handy Saw Benches for Station Work .Will cat all your firewood,(do any sawing required from roughing to gauge sawing. WE CAN 8UBMIT QUOTATIONS FOR ANY MACHINE YOU IN QUIRE. FOR ANY CLA88.0F WORK YOU CAN NAME. ■' SMITH8 EQUIPMENT, WOOD-WORKINQ MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLUMBING AN! TIN8MITHINQ MACHINES MOTOR OARAGE EQUIPMENT, MALL 8TATI0N REFRIQER&1 "* OUTFITS. MOTOR ACCES8vRIE8, Ac. ;/; Shall lie Pleased to Hear Fron Yoi. Drop a line to 120-130 Edward-St., 3risbana. , F, LEVY, Provisional Managing Director. AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £200,000. 100.000 shares of 10/- each are being issued, payable up to 6/- only. The issue is selling rapidly, snA only a tew thousand shares remain for completion.. The Provisional Directors have therefore* pleasure in announcing that they will prooeed to registration and allotment • du^ng the month of February, wheC the Company's policies'will be avaSable to the public As previously announced, these will constitute tlfe moBt up-to-date policy co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Try Harry Burgess J^OR Men's ready-to-wear working trousers, strongly made, 20/ per pair. Also genuine Ipswich'flan nel vests 10/6. AH sizes. Address: Barcaldlne. NATIONAL CASING. OUR principals advise a further tall in prices, and We solicit your, en quiries. Stocks at Barcaldlne lor im mediate delivery. ' 0-2 MEACHAM & LEYLAND FDBN1TURE SAIE. Saturday, 25th Inst, Commenofng3p.nl. UNDER instructions from Mr. A. Davis I will sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY, 28th Inst, commenC'1: ing 3 p.m., the whole.of his House hold Furniture and Effects compris ing:— 7 Piece ' Drawing-Room Suite. Upholstered in Good Order. 1. Chlffoniere, 3' Pair Pictures. Large Dining Table and Cloth, Occasional Table, 8-Day .Clock, Nickle Mounted J-Tester Double Bed and Wire Mattress. Double. i-Tester Bed and Wire , Mat tress, Single Veratdah Bed, Wood, Complete, Dressing TnJble, 10 Austrian Chairs, ' Large Duchess, Wash Stand and Ware, Kitchen Table, Dresser, Safe, Cooler Squatter's Chair. Deck Chai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Try us (or Job PrlBtlDK* Highland Nectar IS STILL THE Premier Scotch Whisky. GUARANTEED 12 YEARS OLD. Procurable at all Hotels Procurable at all Hotels WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOIf UEKTS, ROCKHAMPTON.

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THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL, BARCALDINE. Financial Statement for Year ending 31st December, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THE VICTORIA HOSPITAL, BARCALDINE. Financial Statement for Year ending 31st December, 1921. 1921 December 31et, 1921. To Amount Govt. Savings Bank a/c 1035 14 9 . i To Amt Current a/c Q-N-B. 1491 8 8, .. Amt Fixed Deposit Q.N.B. 600 0 0 .. Amt Cash, in Hand 1920 617 12 10 436 4 11 600 0 0 1919 200 0 0 677 5 11 600 0 0 16 0 -31)27 3 5 Subscriptions 660 0 Government Subsidy 2014 6 Pay Patients 202 16 Int. on Fixed Deposit 22 10 Golden Casket Art Union 351 6 Barcaldlne Cncl-Infectious •Ward 116 6 B'dine Infectious Cases 113 14 Isolation Hospital Don. . . Surgical Supplies Co- allce. . . Savings pank Interest 27 7 Savings Bank a/c refund . • 1660 8 2035" 14 222 0 20 0 467 13 -1463 17 2 0 s0 0 1 '9 524 9 1466 16 301 8 20 0 1 1 -1278 10 11 3 0 0 0 1 • - 400 0 0 20 14 18 1 11 -3507 7 6 -4748 2 2 17 12 10 , 300 0 0 t—2630 6 1 We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we have examined the Books, Accounts, and Vouchers of the Victoria Hospital for the period ending 31st December, 1921 and tod ...

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STOCK STATION [?] COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICER, Friday, February 24th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

sP\ <C '''J de j Cbahpion Officf, Friday, February 24th. During the week there have been indications of a ohange in the weather. On Wednesday Bight at about midnight storm systems worked up, and for a while the thunder and lightning was very severe. In the morning we measured 42 points on our gauge Lato on Thursday night storm systems were again in evidence, but wo only scored 15 points. There appears to have .been rain falling round (be district on both Wednesday and Thursday evenings. At time of writing thiB paragraph (10 a.m. Friday) the conditions are fine .and clear. Taking it on the whole the weather is pleasant enough. The sandflies and motquitos have been some what troublesome.-* The Bailway Department advises us of the following wool despatched during the week Mayfield 67 bales, Mildura 40, Pendine 146, «od Mewhaven 25. Total, E78 bates. Tie following stock moTemecte ;were reported to the Shire Council during the week:—1250 mixed sheep, from Newstead, Ilfracombe,...

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The Vatican [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

The Vatican The Vatican—the Pope's' palace at Home—the largest and most mag nificent in the world In it are also .the most costly collections of art and literature (writes M.B.J, in "Syd ney Morning Herald"). The Vatican, with its grounds and gardens, covers an area of 131 acres of ground. On six of these are 20 courts and about 1000 rooms, galleries and chapels. There are altogether 11,000 apartments in the Vatican and 200 staircases. The principal en trance is a gate of bronze; a sacred portal, within which the Pope passes much of his time in holy and studi ons seclusion. It was said of Pope Leo XIII, that tor 18 years he never had a guest at his table, but was seated always in lonely splendour. Through the grounds of the Vatican the Pope can take a drive of two and a half miles. The gardens have been improved and ornamented at various times by various Popes, one of whom walked t^ten in the vineyard and liked to watch the ripening of the grapes. The Vatican stands on a hill From i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

ngc f> In Purchasing the Popular f '* K I * ? I\ Tijtft-^ofComeis ntAi^'®Cc \ You are well Protected 1 lnWlp A I 111 ' ^ Every Pair—regardless of price—is GUARANTEED not to BUST, BREAK or TEAR. ■ 1 ' & W 11 mm IWW A. Comfort in more ways than one, Your draper stocks them. . Hill Ike' 'Ausfiico" Piano Sells for £103 This is the piano for which you have heen hoping and waiting. It is the logi cal outcome of the demand for a high grade instrument at a price well within hail of pre-war figures. The tone of the "Auspico" is rich, round and full—with a sympathetic action of strong, sturdy design. It is a piano that will not only satisfy the. aesthetic demands of the good music ian, hut it will stand up to the hardest kind of work with no other effect than improvement in tone and increased mobility of action. Xhe finish of the case-work is equal in appearance to much more expensive models, and can he depended on. You owe it to yourself to investigate this wonderfully high-grade,...

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GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

GENERAL GATHERING) A report from the Hegistrar General's Office gives returns Blow ing the deaths registered in Queens land from bubonic plague for the yeatf 1921, as follow*:—Brisbane, 37 ; Townsville, 15; Cairns, 10; and Cook district, 1. A startling request was made by the electrical engineer of the Murwil lumjbah municipal council at the last meeting of the council- A communi cation had just been received from the conciliation committee, stating that the wages of engine-drivers had been raised to £7/4/3 a week. The electrical engineer said he would like to be graded aB an engine-driver instead of engineer-in-chief. He would be better off if that ware done. Alderman Jay said it was no wonder ittiat so many engineering works like' the Clyde were closing down. Mr. M'Don&ld, senr., was going to I Tenteriield, with his ■champion Aus tralian terrier when. a lorry rani over the animal- He picked up the dog, intending to take It home., •when the pain-wracked beast sank its teeth...

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