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

Try 110 tor Job MbOiis.

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 — 20 May 1922

Market and Wool Reports. Messrs. Wincbcombe, Carpon Ltd.^ Sydney, telegraphed us on Tuesday:' —We sold 7600 bales of wool at oo* Sydney sale to-day. Competition waa most animated, and prices were right up to late advanced value*. We secured 29id for New England merino fleece, 27d. for Manaxp merino, 263d for Wagga fleece end 24d. for comeback. The Queensland Primary Pr® ducers' Agency, Brisbane, reports 9 —6700 sheep were penned at New" market to-day. The market la muoS easier. Prime mutton, medium aal light weight sold from 3d. to 3}$* per lb., heavy weight 2Jd. ; heavy, crossbred was cheaper. 700 lamM were penned- The market for prlmB Iambs was firmer. 2200 cattle wet# yarded. The meatworks were oaf operating, owing to the threatenei strike. Cattle were bard to quit? Bullock beef sold to 10/- per U£ lbs., cows to 8/- per 1001bB. The N.Z.L. £ M.A. Co- IM.t Brisbane, reports :—6550 sheep we*fl penned at Enoggera to-day. Thi| quality was good. Best mutton sold from 3d. to 3Jd. per lb...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Send Off to Mr E. S. C. Barneft, at Aramac. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 20 May 1922

' Send Off to Mr E. S. G. Barneft, I at Aramac. , —oOo— A Terr pleasant little functlo* took place on Wednesday night, tfc* occasion being to give Mr. B. 9. C. Barnett, manager of the Bank of New South Wales, Aramac, a send off prior to his taking up a like 5«wl tion at Hughenden. About 40 pea pie assembled at the Shire Hall, re presentative of all clashes of the community, where a light repast w«« provided. During Mr. Barnett's re sidence in Aramac he identified him- ' self with all the public institutions im the town where his advice at;a as sistance has proved of much value. He was always ever ready to give k helping hand to any sporting move ment. in his official capacity a* manager of the bank it was alway* a pleasure to meet him, and his uni form courtesy will be sadly missel amongst us. Just before breaking up Mr. Bar-' nett was presented with a handsoms gold wristlet watch, and Mrs. Bar nett with a silver-mounted oak tray as a small token of the esteem la which they were bot...

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

ln the Supreme Court of Queensland. IN the WILL of FRANCIS ED- MUND GIELIS late of Muttaburra in the State of Queensland (for merly of Normanton in the said State) Bank Manager deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after the expiration of FOURTEEN DAYS from the date of the publica- tion hereof application will be made to this Honorable Court that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed FRAN- CIS EDMUND GIELIS deceased may be granted to VIOLET GIELIS of Toowoomba in the said State the law- ful widow and relict of the said de- Ceased the sole Executrix named in the said Will. ANY person interested who desires   to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. DATED at Toowoomba this Third day of May, 1922. WONDERLEY HALL, Solicitors for the Executrix the said Violet Gielis, Ruthven-Street, Too- woomba.

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

IN MEMORIAM. Reed.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, John Reed died at Barcaldine, April 28th, 1916. Missed by those who loved him Inserted by his loving wife and daughters.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

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Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything P Have you anything 10 noil t Have you lost or fuuud ttomeshinifr Meetings) &o. Advertisements in tbis column at tspuciu) ntes for CASH strictly in advance. It booked ordinary casual iwivertiniiig ratpt trill be charged. Maximum nuuii>er ot words under prepaid siulo, 48. Uuo Two Three Innert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2> 3/- 4/0 lvery additional eight words ... 1/- 1/3 1/8 F. T. McDONALO. Saddler ana Har riets Maker. Oak-Btr#et. Barc&ldlne. All repair work undertaken, 'Phone 121 FOfe BA.Lfi—Orttn «*, ikfau .aiiiiB na l^emuuM, 1/ dud i/o p r dozen—Mr< CMjDEu, tiidya-strot RU1UIAB1X 1I0NEI— Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins; S/-< J|41b tins, 10/-. Larger Quantities i! pgoired. C. JUoyd-Jones, Agent HAKBY BYMOflDo, Btriuldiins — Agent for tiolikb Clubfeet, Oull Sulfation on totti lining Houkuaiufi n Cu(> v£6000 fur 6/6. Try your look Phone 18 Sk r- unu tjw.s OAKrfc.it &o I UnlVUII B icxiuitiu J'unii...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY LIKE if tbey take Bieuratsd Magnesia immedia tely utter eating. No matter bow badly yen may suffer fiom indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, or acidity—no matter bow many medicines you may have tried without euo cess—do not give up hope. Thpusatide who once suffered as you now suffer—who hatl tried everything without obtaining relief— ! now enjoy perfect health, and can vat al most anything without the slightest pain «c discomfort. You can do) the same if you will go to-day to any chemist and get a package of Bii-urated Magnesia. This, is prepared in both powder and tablet forms, and if you take half a teaspoonful of the ponder iu a little water, or two or three tablets, after every meal or whenever paia is felt, you will In delighted at the result. The reason is not far to seek. Directly Bieurnted Magnesin is taken it neutralises the baimful stomach acid, and at the same time sootheB the inflamed lining ot the stomach, and thus eusures normal.digestion a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Justice of the Big Stick. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

| The Justice of the Big Stick. TbUB " Atticus" in tbe Melbourne " Leader" : Mr. Hughes at the termination of Iris bopeleta conference:—" There is m justice in the woild but tbe justice of ihe big stick." The wan who hBB the biggest nullah. and knows best how to wield it, will be tbu boss cocky, aud have hie way in the world. This tabes us back to tbe primitive, to tbe day of the care-dweller, when the tioplodite witb tbe greatest mammoth thigh bono, gracefully inlaid with spikes, provided be could use it vigorously, became chief nod tuled tbe rest who must give bin tlie choice tit-biis from the bunt, the huiiSJiiietsi wives uod tbe cosiest cave. The law of tlie nrllah prevails amongst the myalls of Northern Queensland even to-day. We bad hopes ut bringing them up to on civilisation; we are to revert to theirs. I | wonder how Mr. Hughes will fare in theae conditions. He is pretty good with tbe ; club how, because he is privileged, bat I when the law of the big waddy is absolute ther...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. Brisbane Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. Brisbane Thursday. The Primary Ptoducer'e Agency, iirig bane, report 4600 sheep at NVwrnnrket to* day. Too ^market opened at 4d. and im proved as the buIh progressed, and closed mmifa firmer 400 lambs wete punned, they sold from 2s. to 3s. duaror than last Week. 1350 rati le were yarded. Prime cows sold from 8ei to 10a. per 100 lbs.; bullocks sold from lli<. to 14b. per 100 lbs. The N.Z.L. & Al.A. On.. Brisbane, report: —4500 sbeep wore penned at Knoggera to day ; tbe quality whh fair. Best mutton sold to 4d. pur ib. 400 Jamba were penned. The values were higher. 1370 cattle were yarded ; tbe quality waB good. Best bol lock bee' 6old from 12a to 14s. per 100 lbs, now beef, from l*a. to 12s. per 100 lba. Messrs. Winchcnmbi>, Carson & Co, Ltd.. Sydney, report t—We , sold 4700 bales of wool at our closing Sj dney sales on Wed* Desday. Competition was most animatedf und values very firm at the highest level* recently re...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Campers Holiday-Makers Should always keep a tin of "Trufood" Powdered Milk (Skim milk in Powder form) It mixes so readily o WEBSTER & CO. LTD, Sole Agents KOCKHAMPTON Barrett's Arsenical i Lanoline Dip ! Gets right at the seat of the trouble. 1 IT deils inefant death to the Blowfly by n. novel means. | Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Dip, unlike most other dlPa, actually | oilers an attraction to Flies and issues their death warrant at the Fame j time. The Mutton Fftt vv1ch ii Ircc.-pornied In the dip and which, \ together wHh the arsenic ;.uil the Lanollno makeB a perfect emulsion 1 —draws the Alex- an«j tLtn the death-dealing Arsonlc gets to work! j Fastcraliits Everjnvhere Praise its Work. I At a recent demons tret ion at Moree, where flockg of badly in I fected Btock were treated, the results achieved by this dip in ridding I that stoc& of, and dealing death to, all flies were so convincing that ! practically every pnBtortillet present at that demonstration placed h...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Reply to " Observer" To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

A Reply to " Observer" To the Editor. Sir,—Who is this " Observer" who so joumeth amongst as ? Is he Braoe Bainsfather's "Old Bill" with the walrus moastache, or is he some apoetle trying to reform the world—or Bar caldine ? If he be a retired gentleman, or ibout to be, he shonld have plenty of time to devote to the welfare of the town if he took a public position. Ha could fil! in all' his spare time writing letters to dissatisfied individuals, and that may help to onre bis warped intellect Why does he not come oat into the limelight and open a "Bureau for complaints" ? Suoh an institution would surely thrive, and " Obs rver" appears to be juBt the man to pick out those things which other people have not the ability to do. As advice to a person to read a certain standard work appears ' to be the correct thing in these masters, I would advise " Observer" to read " Creighton',8 Elementary Logic". One would gain the impression that Barcaldine consisted of a collec tion . of rival Bron...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX, Anzac Day Celebrations. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Kx txxttstxxB K nn LETTER BOX, 8 1 „ **>1*^ Anzac Day Celebrations. To the* Editor. Sir, —Tho correspondence lately published ill your e>tim*ble papur, in which " Ob server" fi^urdd bo pitiably, greatly interest ed mo, even at this distance from Barcaldina " Observer" in a discredit to the town and to tbe Statf, in that he has struck such a discordant note amid the glorious strains (it the luBtrumcnt " Anzac", and hue used that instrument be u cover for bis own wretched one of eelf-satisfaction and vain belief in his tioo knowledge of human nature The patronising and ironical air which tinged his I tiers to the clergyman, the soldier, and to " Fiat Lux" betixy liira. If th<t is all he haa gained from his age and religious experience what a model we have for the youth of this fair nation! what a pattern on which young Australia may form its idea of citizenship and uational duty! Th>* hope of the future is our young, and the proper oelebratioa of Anzac Day would be...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. Re Our Streets To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

OUR LETTER BOX. Be Our Streets To tbe Editor. Sir,—With reference to the disgrace ful state of oar streets at the present time, oar worthy Chairman says then is no money to do any repairs: What about making grooers* oaris pay a license, as tbey nae the roads more than or as much as a licensed vehicle, and with the narrow tyres they oat up the roads very mach in this dry woather. For instauoe the east end of Yew-street is id an abominable state through the Councils oontrao tor's coal waggon with two-inch tyres, and if a licensed curt brought half the quantity the Inspector would want to how if he had a lioense; or if the cart took one ponnd of engar from Parnell's store of one poaod of nails from another store the same question should be asked. Why not all these vehicles pay the same — i.oars &C.;. " RATEPAYER."

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

If tf<ni ivfint «< Good H i y* 8«i by.. spring , act, or i. MUTTS, BAMAlOItt General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, *WB bt- GOOD WOBK IS DOE Phone 20 LET BEXONA HELP. Sometimes when you are at ynur wit's end and feel that your efforts are a laiture, a friend can make the right suggestion and rn'l you through. Obstinate sores of oog standing ae* dure some unfortunate sulterrrs to o- »)>air. R-medy aft<r remedy fails, and it seems no thing will help. But you cannot bave tried Ui'sooa, for Kexona does not fait. AH sores should be cleansed once or twice a day with warm water and Rexona Soap. Rrxona Medi cated Soap destroy B germs and encourages the skin to healthy action. Then apply S dressing of K'xona, the Rapid Healer. Inflammation will quickly suhside, heaitby new ebin will form, and the body begin to tuild up new flesh again. Tou have not given yourself a fair chance until you have tried Rfxora Soap and Rexona Ointment. Rexona the Rapid ileal is eoM...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Glideograph Pictures. Some Splendid Programmes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

The Glideograph Pictures. -WIT Some Splendid Programmes. Had the general ^public known how OTfittng the opening chapters of the new serial would turn out to be, it is sate to say the seating accom modation at the GUdeograph would have been well tested, those who attended however, enjoyed a splen did programme from start to finish. On Thursday the second episode oi the serial will be shown, entitled "A Perilous Voyage," and thus fol lows on :—After Maclste falls from the roof of the train he is taken care of by a signalman. Julian is anxious at ' the long absence of Maclste but receives a letter an* he and the Princess visit him at the home of the signalman. The Princess receives news of the illness of her father and decides to return to him, but before doing so gives Maclste a letter for Julian, but on way to deliver it be sees his opponent of the train episode boarding the same boat as the Prin cess, and immediately sends the note by a messenger and stows away on the boat to watch ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Genera] Comments. .£ ? !to the Federal elections may come aooner than is generally expected, fee Ipswich "Times" offera some ex ice! lent advice which should not be ■imply read and forgotten, but care fully studied and remembered. The people will have to decide whether they will continue to have sane government or hand over the reins •( power to a party which stands for socialisation of industries. The present Federal Government does not claim to be blameless (no Go vernment* really could) but it has irteadfastly stoo,i tor loyalty ana a fair deal all round. On the other hand theV Caucus party fs controlled by extremists, many of whom frankly confess they want to Russianise Australia. The coming O.B.TJ. Con gress—if the debates are not sup pressed—will give the people Borne Iflea of the extent to which some theorists stand for continuous Indus trial warfare. The rank and file, lowever, are not at all anxious to exchange peace for -war—that has Wen proved on several occasfons Dftely....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

B E DIPS. (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND > QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP 80s. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS QUI BELL'S LIQUID DIP Vs. per gallon in S gallon drams. Q u i B E t EALGEIT & CQMPJ7, LTD,, MiiTlH dOl-EAGBlVTS Barcaldine Shira Council. PUBLIC NOTICE. WILL tho^c concerned take notice that owing to repairs No. 2 en gine may be late starting on MON DAY night, 29th May iast. By Order, C. H. FYSH, Shire Clerk. YX/HEREAS under the provisions of Local Authorities Act 1902 to 1920, a notice of sale of all that land mentioned and described in Deed of Grant No. 31901 volume 16 folio 248 being allotment i of Section 2 Town of Aramac containing 1 roo^ and 20 perches, was duly published in the j seventh day of August 1921, and fn j the "Western Champion" on the twentieth day of August, 1921, the I seventh day of September 1921 and the twelfth day of November 1921, AND WHEREAS in Hip said notice of sale the name Edward Schneider was inadvertently given as the registered proprietor thereo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Longreach Items. A couple of accidents occurred this week. John Irwin, while driv ing: some horses at tTpshot, was thrown and fractured his leg. He was brought into the hospital by the am bulance- At Evesham a man named William Barber was cleaning out a gun with lysol. While ejecting a cartridge some of the lysol got into his eye inflicting nasty burnB. The ambulance brought him to Dr. Michod's surgery, and then to the private hospital for treatment. The annua) meeting of Uie Town Band was held on Monday Evening. Mr- A. H. Kingston was voted to the chair. There was a good attend ance. The statement of receipts and expenditure showed that the year had been a fairly successful one,.although the bazaar was not up to expecta tions, only £81/18/2, being raised as against £200 from the previous ef fort. The credit balances were:— General account, £78/14/-; instru ment fund, £52/11/5; total, £131/6/5. ■£he election of officers resulted:— Patron, Mr. R. H. Edkins; presi dent, Mr.1 F. B. O'R...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. YEPPOON [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

8T. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND18CHO6L. FOR GIRLS. YEPPOON Bt Talth'a Sohool la the aeeond lchool to be eatabllaha^ nnder the Moceaan 8abme ot Education- II a to be opened la October and will take putt* for preparation for the mrliu pabllc examination! ay to 1m Senior UnlYenity ataadarA Tfce site ot tho school la i bwbI flcant one without rival In Queena and within mmj walking distance ot tki centre ot the rising mdit •own ot Teppooau PMBalnacy ProspeotaB and othar ntormattoa oan be obtained on ap plication to the Mwmm Secretary, Box II, Q.P.O., William-street, Rookhampton, or any of the Paro chial Clergy.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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