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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

q I r~r"" "" — | The Glideograph THREE SPECIAL ju 9 gjcw vjucij^y « JXLOb.y CLOSED DOORS STAR PROGRAMMES. S TO-NIGrMT, Saturday. May 20th. Q Alice Calhoun ® (Vitagraph's Delightful Star) in 5000 FEET A story for every business man. A pnotoplay every married coupleshouid see.~A film that jJ will set every man thinking. A charming star in a story of surprises and emotions. ~ O < It's a veritable fashion show. H Also OPENING EPISODES of a new VITAGRAPH SERIAL 8 THE SILENT AVENGER, wiluam desmomd. || A Million Dc liar Super-Serial of Love and Honor, Danger and Daring Episode 1, The Escape, Don't miss an inch of it It is full of thrills || Supported by Ready to Serve (Chester Comedy, 2000ft) Pathe Review and Pathe Gazette. O ; —— H TUESDAY, MAY 23rd—Monte iBlue and Mary Thurman in A BROKEN DOLL <A SUPE5J^*TURE> The sweetest story ever told. Just plain Human Nature—that's all. No wickedness—no slough of sin—it comes like a breath of pure mountain air. A picture th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Pastoral Award. Reduction in Queensland Mr. Justice McCawley Delivers Reserved Judgment. Per favor "Morning Bulletin." Brisbane, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

The Pastoral Award. | Reduction in Queensland Jir. Justice lfcCawley Delivers Reseryed Judgment Par furor "Morning Bulletin." Brisbane, Monday. In the Arbitration Court on Sfttur- | day, the President, Chief Justice Mc Cawley, gave judgment in the mat- j ter of an application by representa tives of the United Graziers' Asso ciation of Queensland for a variation In the existing award. His Honor said: "I withheld my decision until Mr. Justice Powers had given his judgment on the claim by the Union for an award for the other States, a matter then pending before him. The judgment of Mr. Justice Powers has now been given and I have had an opportunity of perusing his rea sons. Much as I regret doing so I find myself compelled to differ widely from the conclusions at which the learned President of the Federal Ar bitration Court baa arrived. I can not avoid making a few observations upon his judgment- My object is not tc criticise the decisions of the learned President of the Court, but to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOUTHERN TRAGEDIES. By Telegram. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

SOUTHERN TRAGEDIES By Teltegram. Sydney, Friday. A woman died at the women s Hospital, Haddington, on Tuesday from septic poisoning. She had been conveyed there from a house in Rand wick, where she was accompanied by a man on Friday last. The latter was found dea^ in a room in a well known city hotel on Wednesday from the effects of poison. He was identi fied to-day as Henry Dickson, an en gineer connected with the Common wealth Engineering Dept. He is marrie^ with children living in Mel bourne. The woman has been identi fied as Lila Giltron, single, of North Sydney. When Spencer L. Coldbram, 24, Postmaster at Scarborough, was found lying on a road in April 26th bound and. gagged be asserted he had been attacked by two men jvho bound and gagged him, anl then stole £100 from the Post Office. To-day Ooldbram appeared before the Court to answer a charge of having himself stolen £137, the property of the Postmaster General. The police submitte^ a statement allegedly made by ac cused sta...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

D 4--THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. Iorcei.t possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering. Holds the road as well of better than a big car. Gtaod in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditio ns AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED, You cannot believp what the car is like until you ride in it WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK8. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland. •ho K C"onan B L. H. Peterson •Notary Public. Notajry PaMic. CAHKAM & PETER30H dolioitoro rvrd Noi*rio». LONGttK-lVit •And I.O.A.. RuiMinpro, Q.aee i-btrset, BHISBANK 1.8. CfiffRGH, GHUaGH & CHURCH L ' Q , DENTAL SURGEONS, j 80ls0/ j -Sir:et. RO ,KH 4 ,:P<ON Eagle-st, LONGREACH. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SHEARERS' AWARD. JUDGE POWER-REVISES MATTERS Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

THE SHEARERS' AWARD. 'JUDGE POWER-REVISES MATTERS Melbourne, Friday. Acting upon an ascertained fact that the basic wage for shearers was £3/12/- per week tfith allowances for skill and so forth Justice Pow ers delivered an award in which his original awarrt for States other than Queensland was adjusted in some material points. He announced the rates for shearers would be 35/- per 100 instead of 30/- per 100, and the other rates, except those for station hands were raised one-sixth on the award originally announced. His Honor, dealing with the proposals riiade when the minutes were being spoken to, said he did not propose to make a day order compelling shearers to deposit £1 "when starting on a contract. He still held the view that he could not include wool classers in the present award. The hours for shearers would remain as. fixed, 44 per week- He also declin ed to make any order directing that 'shearers should If necessary work half-an-hour extra on Saturday af ternoon to fnish s...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

NEURALGIA. If tbe affected partB are bathed freely with Chamberlain's Pain Balm those stabbing, burn toe;, darting pains will soon disappear. Bub the Balm well in several times during tbe day, keeping the patient warm and out of the cold wind. Draens of people Buffering from neu ralgia have been relieved by the use of Cham berlain's Pain Balm. Sold by Hugh Savage ■d A. ramell ft&NUL ffi* m» tar M> frirtln

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Western Australia. A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Perth, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Western Australia. A DISTINGUISHED YISETOE Perth, Friday. Dr. Sastri, who waa the Indian Govern ment's delegate at the Imperial and Wash ington Conferences, expected to rench Fre mantle on Jane 1st. Ho proceeds to Melbourne two daye later. HiB mission re lates to thu status and treatment of British Indians in Aaatralia.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Longreach Stems. Colonel Brinsmead, controller of Civil Aviation in Australia, arrived here by aeroplane on Tuesday from Blackall. He was accompanied by Iiieiit. McGuinnetsb. The object of the visit i8 to examine the landing grounds and generally to get things moving for the commencement of the aerial mail service. A rather hurried reception was tendered to the Colonel at the Imperial ftotel in the evening. This took the form of a dinner, at which a number of leading citizens were present. Dr. F- A. H» Michod, deputy Chairman K the local Aviation Company, pre ttded. In response to the toast of Ids health Colonel Brinsmead "aid that be hoped soon to see mails be ing carried between Cloncuriy and jCharleville, and it was quite pos- j Wble that the Commonwealth Go vernment would later on assist them toy means of a guarantee. It was Mso practically certain that airshtps would come along this route from Bngland. He referred to the inau spicious opening of the West Aug- j trallan service,...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday 9 a.m. Age cannot stale nor cugtom wither my infinite variety must have been the motto of William Charles Williams, alias Thomas Thompson, a mere youth of 80 odd, who blew into Rockhampton. a few days ago and stopped at a leading hotel. William secured a cheque book saying that he had £1620 in the Commercial Bank of Australia at Perth. He purchased a motor car for £620 giving a cheque for £700, but the manage ment was cute and found ojit that the cheque was no good, and Wil liam's dreams of joy riding were nipped in the bud. He then struck Michael Francis Healy, -and bought a house worth £1600 giving him a cheque for £1620, and asking for the balance in cash. He got a fiver, but Healy smelt a rat and stopped the ciieque. The police were communi cated with and Williams was found in a furniture warehouse completing a deal for £291 worth of furniture for his son who he said was about to be married, and offering a cheque for £300...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. [?]ON[?] ACH BRANCH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Longreach aoo District. 1 OMllii AOB HUAIJCH OflflOh yery pleasant weather has been ex perienced here (or the past week. * Nippy" morningB and evenings, JWith delightfully warm days. Rain M needed, however, particularly down the river, where the drought i6 being severely felt —1

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY MAY 20, 1922 Commonwealth Capers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est. BABCALDINfi SATUBDAV MAY 20, 1922 Commonwealth Capers. Previous to the inauguration of the Commonwealth o f Australia there existed such a rivalry in all matters between New South Wales and Aus tralia, that it often rose to bitter hos tility. it showed out in trade, com merce, politics, and sport. It is on record, in evidence of the intensity of the feeling, that, when an Aus tralian Eleven was touring New Zea land, and a great storm swept over the steamer by which it was travel ling, Charlie Bannerman, one of the team said to another, "Don't be alarmed I will swim ashore with the New South Wales members." "What, about the Victorians. What will they do?" Let the beggars drown, as they deserve to," was the unfeeling re ply. New South Wales adopted a tree trade policy; Victoria went In for very high protection. The Welsh men went into federation conscious that in time the natural resources of N.8. Wales must prevail over those of Victoria. Victoria eagerly d...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

-y Better one gl ss of good '/hisky than two glassss of diubtful quality. *" Scotch Whisky ■"bmnaurm «•— "highland nectar scotch whiskies fesssgk; Every Bottle Guaranteed 12 Years Old. WALTER REID & C SOLE AGENTS, ROCKHAMPTON. S£J Rainfall—January, 4 04 in.; February, 8 99 in.; March, 1.02in. April nil. May, so far, 1 point; Year, so lar, 14 6 in. PhaRe's of the Moon (Urisbauo time).— May.—First Qunrtor, 4th, 10.56 p.m. Full Moon, 11th, 4.6 p.m.; Last Quarter, 19tb, 417 a.in ; New Moon, 27th, 4.4 a.m. June.—First quarter, 3rd. 4.10 a.m.; Full moon, 10th, 1.68 a.m.: Lu h t quarter, 17th, 10.3 p.m ; Nowmoou, 25th, 2.20 p.m.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Prices Compared. Are Current Values Excessive? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Wool Prices Compared. Are Current Values Excessive ? Messrs Wiudic'iajr't1, Cars.in Ltd. report undt r dati May 11th :—This eeusou'e wool auctions in Sydney will fini«h at inid-July and in BiiBharm in ewrly July No further Btiee will hi* ii la iintd lull! Etoptuinber. If growers Lave woo! available in the next 6ix weeks or su atiJ wi-h to secure quick relui'DB for it. thfy will need to consign it promptly. The fadu is on£ r in owner's inteni-ta to i'1' sr all woo'b on hand by tlio di.tep mentioned. Tb'i i consist, nt upward trend in wool piices latterly noticmblo may produce some nervoiisrees Hut }■ it; 11 tia iates urc tor some wo. da, the demand appears to bu' bused on B' Jiti lout: l.uiouj On previous occasions since the war. a spurt has bee:? experienced in values Toe fillip in rat's, however, was confioed practically to on*.' el'iss of wool, nnd chii fly depended on the effortb of the section of buyers. But in quiry is now general and aluioat all classes of wool are sharing in ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

The Glideo graph Rink Skating Commencing Afternoon Sessions Tuesday, Tburfd&y and Saturday Evpninpr Sescions Monday. "WcdicH^ey and Friday Special Attention Given to Learners. Mrs HOLLY LYNCH, J?r < ji'itjifB. Tit us for Job Prlirtlnj? USE Little's Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. tu* t| IM*S| Br«(4ut itoMttW. te feat. KttU tdi Vanmin W tkrir trmw Lmm Wmmi in a Bmmmeifm* Ctuiditmm rnsum mitiooiiim nou vMUMMIIW. HOST ICff. LTB. BMW, PUILf ft CI. LTD. ■■ nmm.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

i Queensland Ambulance Transport | Brigade HosPitW LONGEEACH BRANCH; GRAND BALL jand SPOBTS Jnne 2nd and June frt (King9! Birthday). (Proceeds in aid of Longreach Am bulance Brigade. A BALL will be held on the evening of Jane 2nd, aim SBOBTS on Saturday, 3rd June (King's Blrth day). FOOT-RUNNING EVENTS INCLUDE 76 yards. Open Race, lBt £5, 2nd £1.; Kom- 2/-. ' 75 yards Footballers, 1st £3, 2nd £1. Nom. 2/-. 76 yards Youths, £1. Nom. 1/-. Throwing at Wicket, 10/-. Nom- 1/ Kicking Football, 10/-, Nom.: t/... High Jump, 16/-. Nom. 1/-. Tug-of-War, 6 men aside, £2/2/-. Nom.. 3/ per team. Nominations to be received by Messrs O'Rourke and McKeon. 1 Entries Open Handicap close 31st I May. Messrs. McKeon and OTftourk© to receive nominations. MOTOR EVENTS INCLUDE— 1 Slow Race, 1st prize 10/-. En trance fee 2/-. 2 Acceleration Test, 1st prise 10/-. Entrance fee 2/-v '3 Relay Race, 1st prize 10/. Entrance fee 2/-. 4 Potato Race, 1st prise 10/- f Eta trance fee 2/. 6 Driving Competition (Ladle*)...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine P.A. & H. Society. Schedule for Annual Show Issued. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

fiarealdine V.h. & H. Society. —ow— Schedule for Annual Show Issued. (The usual monthly meeting of Bar fealdlne Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held in the jBhire Hall on Thursday afternoon, May 11th, at which there were pre sent:—Messrs. Tom Hannay (Pre sident, in the chair), J. Meacham, ■SW-. C. Miller, L. L. Pearson, J. Mil ler, B. Anderson, R. Park, W .Mc Bride, F. S. Illing, T. W. McKie, T J. O'Connell, R. P. Lyons, J. H. (Campbell, the Secretary (Mr, G. Lloyd-Jones) and Press rep. The minutes of previous meeting Were read and confirmed. Copies of the schedule were laid on the table for members of committee • Among the correspondence, some of which was formal, was a letter . from Mr. Tim. J. Hannay, architect for the grandstand, who stated that the Society would be saved some 4xnensc If his brother Mr. T. J. Hannay pass es the building, and he enclosed an authority for Mr. Thomas Hannaj to act as his deputy.—The Chalrmac said that acting under the a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

QIIIBELL'S I SHEEP DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND.) Q| P QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP Oi | 80S. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS |i B QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP Bi 9s. per gallon in 5 gallon drums. t liLGETI h OOKPJT, LIE, MWitm, h S SOLEAGE1VTS S|

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE WOOL SALES. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

BRISBANE WOOL SALES. Brisbane, Friday. For the series of Brisbane wool sales to be held i oil May 30th and 31st and June 1st about 50,000 bales will be available. Advices have been received that 135 buyers and their staffs will attend. The first batch of over 80 will leave Sydney by special train on May 25th, arriv ing in Brisbane on the following day. According to present 'indica tions the market should be veryi strong • American competition Is very keen for finer grades at the southern sales and it is expected to be continued here.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SENATE VACANCY. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

THE. SENATE VACANCY. Brisbane, Friday. The weekly meeting of the Cabi net was held to-day but the Senate Vacancy *was not filled. The Acting Premier, Mr- Jones, 'said afterwards that the matter would be considered at a full meeting of the Cabinet, when he did not know. There were only five Ministers present at the meeting to-day, Mr Theodore being north, Mr Gillies in West Australia, , and Mr Larcombe at Rockhampton.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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