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STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. THE MYSTERIOUS BRAIN DISEASE IN CHILDREN IS IT BANANAS? Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. MYSTERIOUS BRAIN DIS EASE IN CHILDREN IS IT BANANAS T Brisbane, Friday. That tbe consumption o? bananas has ranted brain disease in children is tbe aeeminejy wide-spread tear. In some of tlTeCentVal diet not centres, the point has bitd attihtton from the Educational De pMt'ment,' And tbe Health Commissioner, Ujtyjjt^ie southern Fruit Growers Associa tiw has alsointerbsteJ itself in the matter, •s tbe allegations have caused it slump in tifcj£Iian& trade, as children have beeh advised njt to gf t tunanus, as tbe fruit bad caused an outbreak of meningitis Tbe B$altb Commissioner, Or. Moc re, stated t£»t tbe banana itself could not pMsJblyoausd polio encephalitis or meaingi ti6, Or eidillHr dU'easfed, neither could dust; dnst way be Ad agent but only in carrying diMsse- U (tub reasonable to assume that c&udjren might got the disease from tbe bAlen or'eipOBed or wet end of bananas, bttfttti the wbOle thrt thing waB very pro b...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FIRE IN A HOSPITAL Rome Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

FlfiE IN A HOSPITAL Borne Thursday. The Hospital of the Holy Ghost has been gutted by fire. The staffs removed as many patients as could be accommodated on the •tWtbheira available. Thus far nineteen bpdipp have been recovered. »

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IRISH AFFAIRS MORE CONFLICTS IN BELFAST INCENDIARISM AND MURDER London Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

IRISH AFFAIRS MORE CONFLICTS IN BELFAST INCENDIARISM AND MURDER London Wednesday. Belmsp last ntgnt was the scene of many saq{£tnnary encounters botwcen Sinn Feiaer gatfttBti and Crown forces. There were Many, casualties in the Southern area, in lading a woman, who wtw killed ; others iWm ' wounded. Incendiarism was freely ndulgedin. "The'Northern area was nest involved, l*rge military detachments engaging armed bands. Terrible fighting continued until Wn b'clook. The casualties have not been afoeftaided, but tliey are believed to be great. A party of armed men boarded a tramoar at Belfast and shot dead two pas sengers. The police and military are mak ing aliotise-to-housts inspection in the city.

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

■ AJTD DUSiTY." Brisbane, Friday. "Dry and dusty," were the termB whepein Mr Huxham described jthe western' country traversed by him when travelling to and. from Roma during the week. Everyone -wis hoping tor rain, Baid the Minister to-day.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE GENERAL ELECTION RUMORS. ACTING PREMIER SAYS NO PROSPECT EARLY ELECTION. Brisbane, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

KOBE GENERAL ELECTION BVMOBS. ACTING PREMIER SAYS NO PRO ' SPECT EARLY EVICTION. Brisbane, Friday The Acting-Premier Mr. J6ae«, replying to-day to remarks made by Mr. Darner last aight of tbejprqjifibjjiu. o!an papfy t-leotion, ■Mil there waef'no ewJuocp of an earty elec tion. Tbey intended tb carry ttirouish to thftfetid of thateVm." Perhnptf it might be M far ahead as October 1923 Tbey eonld go on till tben If neoeBsary Tbe last gene nT elec ition was ilk October, 1920 Mr. BameB was entirely trrong.

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

STATE ABSENIC MINE Brisbane, Friday The Minister for Minns announced tit day that the furnaces At the State arsenic mine are working to thair full capacity The alean-up before re-starting realised 20" tons of arBBnio'. 'Although ibe Minuter did not say it there ia aome.'ground for believing that the Govnrnment may decile to embark on the manufacture of ptickl; |ear poison.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LIVE STOCK RETURNS. DECREASES IN HORSES AND SHEEP. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

LITE STOCK RETURNS. DECREASES IN HORSES AND SHEfiSP. Brisbane. Friday. It is officially notified that thi live stook to Queensland on January 1st last was its loUowa—7<8,3j7; oattle" 5,455,067; sheep, lflMflLSO. 'Jilt Ie h'a3 increased dbriBK the y*ar by B48.339, wh ile horses deoreased by"10,866, and eheep by 205.218. Several return* are still outstanding which may ■Iter the decreases in sheep and horses.

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 WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. flH KVmnTJET »Hir en •»» MR to glv* avary day at um MpMMk Bara than 800,000 CHEV ROLET twain la all parte af tha worid tastily that tSla aar MMti Mm far iMt-frtaadi dapandable Mi MwiM «T «t and im HOWARD MOTOR CO.. Limited, Toowoomba. Brisbane, RookhMUPfB. District Agent. F. B. HAM* BarcaMlna.

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

A SLUGGISH LIVE*. A slupfiish llvrr gives rise to hiliouanesa, hcadMlf*. Irritability. aim othor disorrtprs, The liver wan** (ifcimulattnp p^ntly to dn its work. Mil thp mi»1fnihp for this Is Chumhcr Itln'8 T^bVtu. Thoy gromild and gentln in lotioi. Md thpir u«n J* not followed by con ■Umtion. Sold by Huch Savnge and A. Par owftBou. THIS BEAUTIFUL SHOE For - - 21 WONDERFUL VALUE, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. A GLANCE at tbe illustration will convince you at once that the price ia surprisingly low. In fact you must admit you have not been offered each value for years. THIS beautiful Shoe is made in the very latest and smartest design. Made of good qnality imported patent leather, with celluloid-covered half Louis heels and flexible good-wearing soles. The neat punching adds greatly to the beauty of this Bhoe. This shoe is particularly good fitting and very comfortable. We have sizes 2 to 7. Our price is only 21s. - - We pay carriage. Now is your opportunity. This Shoe has just arrived in our S...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford District Hospital. Usual Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Isisford District Hospital. Usui Monthly Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the leisford District Hospital was held oh lPriday, 6th May, 1922, at which there were present:.—Messrs. E. Murphy (chairman), D- Blain, w. Meagher, Joe. MeVey, H. Gale, O. ttorsten, V. A. Siisley, B. H. Searles, C. T. Murray, the Secretary, (Mr. Jae. Hooper). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The inward and outward corres pondence having been read, it waB resolved that the outward be en dorsed, and thb ifiward laid on the table for consideration. The Medical Officer's report was read as follows :—Patients remain ing on 1st April, 4 males, 1 female; patients admitted during month, 7 males* 2 females; patlebts dis charged during month, 7 males, 3 female^} patients remaining on 1st May»(14 males. Out-patients treated durihg ijioiith, Sis males/ 85 femaleB. Out£doiar attendances, " 141 males, 148 ■ffenlates. The Visiting Committee reported that everyiMng was'ln order and theria wer...

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

PAINS IN IBB STOMACH. There is no need to be annoyed by pain ia the stomach. A <1osp of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrbopa Rpmpdy will promptly relip»« you. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. ParneU fc sodb. ? IIIHIIIHIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIHIII1 1 m. "CLEVELAND I Heavy Waterproof Boot Po$t Free IN the realm of Boot Value, it would be a feat to excel the "Cleveland." Its regular price registers to as high as 87/6. Purchased by «s at a price very much in our favor—hence the clear-' cut saving of 8/- on the pair An "Embassy" Boot | Made from Dark Brown and = Black Viscolized Calf : Skin, a leather retain- Sjj= ing all the natural oil, s: has double weight soles, genuine welts, and is built ss on natural sss foot shape ~ last. All ss sizes from s= 5 to 11. i PIKE BROTHERS I = TOOWOOMEA LIMITED BRISBANE TOWNSVILLE =£

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

O'BRIEN & CO (O'Brien & Builders ani bpntraotora. Bmmmt Estimates tot «u ct Bnildiqgp and Repair#. Pat il tiny add fTucii^'iv>. bliso exfeOuu>d. QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863. Authorised Capital ... i!2,000,000 0 q' Subscribed Capital ... 800,000 0 0 Capital Paid Up ... 799,£>2 0 0 ItoBorro 325,000 0 0 Interminable Ineoribed Do puait Stock 3,091,669 0 0 DIBECiOBS: James ^liliio, Enq. (Chairman), fiou. G W G :>y, Jan. Love, W. H Hart, Esq., L. (j. Ijuvii,E.-q. GENEBAL MANAGES Al. G. HAYAltiN. Blanches-Lond h ."Htjb.urne, Sydney find throughout Qufenaliiud. Agonta throughout Australasia and the World. TOT TBE BFXONA TREATMENT. To obtain 4 B'jlr, cl> ar, radiant shin— begin the Rpxona treatment to-d.ij-. It makes your Bhin soft and Invely, firstly becsufce Kcxona will remove evirr trace of ckin imperfection, and secondly Rexnna Snap will tl:<-ii ki"-p^t Id a healthy condition. The R"xouu Treatment in ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. LABOR TROUBLES IN U.S.A. Chicago, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. LABOR TROUBLES JN U.S.A. Chicago, Thursday. The Labor War hae boen renewed with an outburst of incendiarium. There were ttrtee ' fires in one building which was bombed. The loss is estimated at a million dollars..

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labor Organisation Mr. J. S. Collings on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Labor Organisation •-wuir— Mr. J. S. Collings on Tour. Mr. J. 8. ColUngs, State Orguilser Australian Labor Party, is at pre sent on tour in the Central-West. Having completed bis work in the electorates ot Kfeppfel, Fltzroy and Rockhampton, be came on to Long reaoh with the. member for Mitchell, Mri JbhnPayitot M-L.A. With thbt gentleman Mr. Collinge hoe now visited Longreach, Ilfracombe, Ara mac and MuttaWrra. In addition addresses were delivery at AraSnab | station shed an^ at Staihbum. firi Payne, who returned to Longreach for the week-end, passed through BareBlfllbil' t>A fedhda? tot Brisbane, McSfriptfhl&jt W' Mrs. and^er" little daughter. Mr. ■ Oollings met the members of the, . Barcaldine branch A.li.P. on Saturday morn iriglast" an'd 'delt^er^d an address, it'the tittfclteteh M'Whfch hewafc requested to. gi¥b A" fotiblie (AddreSs before leaving town. Mr. Collings ^consented and arrangements were (hurriedly completed for a ifrs&tlng which took place in the ...

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

CBOUP. The first ejBip'fiili <>i this disease is hoarse* ness. When Chamberlain's Cnugli Remedy it given as e^kid at tlx- tl.iid l.i"-<jnit*8 lioarae, the fcttach fan ilwBJs bi- averted. Even afior the Croupf cnUgfi I.'a'sapprarid ir. can be counter acted. This rmmly is also invaluable for TOiai abfCVrtlbbpinK cnupli. It contains no thing injurious, and *#n always dopiruded upon. Bold by Hugh SkV-egd'ana A. PaHSfel! fc Sons. 6a^/WU,i.inG COMPANY (lute OarlRHon iJrot.nern). B0MLLA jSIDlUfl. j ■ ■ Vl-Oii Solicit Inquiries tor rough 'M. nicely dresMd | 91ROT-CL&SS UAUJBTERB, Ol aPOtfeBD *)UM—so splendid to Tlffllar <of i Hurdlea, Ac. No Order too Small tor Attention. HWoserew Droppork ate made of stout mild steel ;two and three-qnaMer fftbhrs wide doubled twice- to a twin V shape* P#&ctir:lly nnbendable and indestructible. AUtoscrew Droppsrs have no ties, clips, or wedges. No stock can shift them. Easily pat on ■by hand. — ftutoscrew ...

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

TO.J3 Ifoter MiserioordiB Private hospital The Mansion : The Eon go BOOK a MPTON. JSrrftclaM nursinir and aooommodation. A»i »f the looal doctors attend. For pHrtiooJara apply to Matron Sinter in ? f CORY & CO. auctioneers. Stock, Station, Commission an£ Forwarding Agent,h Hone Sales a Speciality. Splendid paddocks cIobo to town fw to any sent for hona fide sale. MtKURRACII Aj*eDt« for Tht Hew Zealand Fite and Mar me U »ur asoe > tumpan^ 0. 0 Paitoral Employer* AitooWtior. Ice., sc., ko. Medcrafs Ltd., rcckntmpton. Hanoficturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND Biscuit* and Confectionary Central Queent»londers! Nupport xlTour Owu Industries. saw:j TIMBEB hyne & son. Bolbovor-strcet felloes, Spokes, and Wheelwright* Material kept iD stock Lirgti Stocks BEST Bongti and dressed, of all doBoripHon*. Orders promptly and carefully attended to. VPM. *. ARMSTRO^ G, . Manager Bookb&mpton Branch Thos. Capstick, Land, Fruit, and General Commission Agent. Denlson-street, Rook...

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

Jt is $ood Jt is a sure and quick remedy /or manytQings. SSowA i| disorders, StomaeB 8 troubles, ailments of\ t$e Scidneys and SBladder Schnapps If 6elps in eases of ftijeumatifia. Jt dears fife Mood tfjrougd tfie Kidneys. 0on't accept any substitute, you must'get I6e genuine. Aa Qood for Women m for 2Jiliiliiiiiiliiiiuii(iiiiiilllll!lllllllllllllli(S A Good Tip ! Be t Regular Subscriber to the CASKET The big money may comi your way—an Art Union every fortnight 813 Prices -813 Prizes £S0®9 to £S (Subject to 14 c/c Federal Tar) TrarffdH to. Qneenfilaiiil -TubHc Hospitals. JOft.umt Ticket* at fi/S. Add 4d. |»o*t aw* to Include KcmuH Slip, If you're Mailing to Uead .Office; or at 6/1, l&cliibive of nil (littreni, through Local Agents:— JtL j. JAlKSO Agent B A H 14 I l> I N E. -5 If you apply to Head Office, give full S 3 N.rno and Aririrp&s. 2 S AltCHKK Kl*(MS. Manager. E 2 fexton Queen St., Urlsbune. •. 2 ^iiiiiiiiiMiiiittniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii Winter Warmt...

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OUR LETTER BOX. The Efficacy of Bore Water [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

Kxr.: c3CC?#t»3C3eiJ 9 CUft LETTER 80X. 53 o fl Mi The Efficacy of Bore Water Sir,—Some time past I penned * small eulogistical jet embellishing the healing and fcleanslng Qualities and properties of Barcatoi'-a bore water, also the captivating capacity of same. Water from one bore heals; from the other cleansing fluid capi Jitates; together they make a deli cious shandy. Showing bow wide a circulation the "Champion" has amongBf: the intelligent (community numbers have come to the waters until my wise and learned friend,, the caretaker, irho has only one plunge bath at his command, doeB not know which vliltor to baptize first .and while the dippers are wait ing for the troubling of the water the maids and mermaidB grow wrath. I am Informed on goog authority that two new brooms are used dally to sweep up the language let fall by the waiting cases. Lay, oh "Cham pion," thy potent lash on the backs of those who provide^ one only plunge bath when three are ncces Bary. Say, could- we not...

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

Recent Publications Hannsworth's "Fashions tor All" rlor May is a publication that will ap peal to womenfolk generally. Thp * jjihotogravure section depicting the /latest Spring fashions is most in teresting as indicative of the fashions that will be in vogue in Queensland tlater- They illustrate the short sacque coat, and the coat with a ' cape back; wrap coats cut on the straight loose lines; the wide sleeve on the costume coat, &e. Three Iree patterns of costumes' illustrated are also enclosed. THE GRAND.— The 'Grand Magazine" for May Contains the first instalment of "The Adventures of Sally," which is claim ed to be the most amazing story fever written by P. G. Wodehouse. Those who have read the well-known "Blndle" stories will certainly wish to read this latest production by the creator of poor "Bindle" and his wife. The regular photogravure section, de picting stories of the stage and tocreen will be followed with interest, as will the fortunes of the characters In the...

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

About Sweet Peas. Tbe annual wbicb is receiving a great deal of notice of late yeare is undoubtedly the sweet pea. It shares honors with such notable flowers ub the rose and chrysan themum. Tbe syeet pea of late years has breo brought to great perfection, and tbe ebowe in the sonth of tbe flower exhibit beautiful specimens o all hues and shades. Indeed the sweet pea of tbe days of our grandfathers is scarcely recognisable now adays in tbe bands of the enthusiastic horticulturist. The sweet pea originally cime from two widely separated islands — Sicily and Ceylon. There were two natural varieties, purple from Sicily and the white ftom Ceylon, and from these two families have sprung the beautiful hybridised flowers of to-day, thanks to English, Ameri can and Australian specialists. Ia Aus tralia we have some of the choicest varie ties, and we have mainly to thank Yate of Sydney for it, and Allan, of ToowongB Brisbane. Tbe sweet pea has bt>en grown to great perfection in Central Que...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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