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Longreach and District. [?] BRANCH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

'onoui aoh Bbakoh Offiok. The weather continues very dry, with little or no signs of rain. Things generally are ba^ down the river, and a good downpour is much seeded. Otherwise conditions are first-clasp, cold mornings aaA warm faring the day. The local stock passings for the week include:—270 rams, Longreach truck to Westland, Q.N.P. Go. owners, E. Stewart In charge; 2600 mixed sheep, Iandra to the scour, ItcKenzie & Smith owners, T. Pen nington In charge; 1800 ewes, tiongreach scour to Kempsie, F. JPringle owner in charge; 400 rams, liongreach to Kensington Downs, Cameron & Co. owners, J. Harrison In charge; 160 rams, Rosedale to Cnlloden, T. Spence owner, W. Colemah in charge; 600 mixed sheep, Lochern to Dundonald, J. Cochrane owner, A- McDonald in Charge; 6000 ewes, Mount Victoria to Muttaburra, W. C*wen owner T. Ballard in charge; 21 bulls fronji Bexley to Longreach, E- G. Blume owner, A. Leggo in charge; 600 mixed sheep from Lilly Paddocks to Mahrigong, J. Spe...

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

DB SHELDON'S PjLLS Banish Kidney Trouble and Tone Up the System. If you we feeling oat of aorta, depressed^ or nervous, and suffer now and then from back ache, headache, or rheumatism, take notice. Don't let this run-down feeling continue m day longer tban neceasary, m these aro the symptoms of kiduiy trouble, and must be treated at once. What you need to set1 yon tight and nuke life a pleasure again, ie Dr. Sheldon's Pills; they cleanse tho blood and M moreall imparities from the systt ui. regulate the kidneys, knd tone up the nerves, tiooi health is natunl to the human body, and with the help of this valuable remecy you can too* reoover it and fed well and nappy once agate. Obtainable everywhere. Try ua for JMk FrtnUaf.

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

mm k: ^ UIMD 4—THE MYSTERY CA R Wonderfnl springL t possible up-fc^p. ~ coiiomicai ia yctioi, oi , filter, i d I.V--S -pleadid steeria?. £old* the road as well or better than a bisrc*r. Or cd i sand, mud, and *:n tii- hi!!s Built to sa;t our western conditions . '>' A TH ■MXBBVBav'jii iiir rn i iiii i 11 ii ~ am m i in i umi i ibii iihii \m m wnriram ij 'E^LAND 4 Voui janROt Jjiifievd what the car is l.%e lints? you ride in it. PARTS STOCKED. We gii .tOMi'LCV;': DISMANTLED CHASSIS CPSNED OP FOR EVERYBODY^ INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK8, s STANDARDISED, WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. All LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland. fan K Canaan B L. B. Peterson Notary Public, Notary Public. CAffffftN A PETERS ctolicitore and Notaries, L O A G HE A <H And! O.Tlinldii^s, Ouee i-ftrocl. HRISBANli 9. S. CHURCH. CHURCH & CHURCH Li»q, DENTAL SUHGEONS, Bolso i -sir.-el. RO^KHa .iPr0V ' una Eagle-st, LONGBE&CH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPENING [?] JULY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

OPEMINQ NJULYNeXF. ST, PETER'S CHURCH Of BNh LAND SCHOOL (Boardla* an* DuM tor *0*8 and GIRLS «l BABGABr DINES Headmaster; The Sir, B. BOBINBOI B.A., 1k.l» Thla School Is the lrsft It to eetafr* llshed onto THE KWOATIONAfl soHsam of the bioobb d ROCKHAMPTON, wkld kW «* fl| objects the prorlsloD fn the BstfN •da OlrlB of Central Qmeeaslaad «C 4 sound General and ConuMitdal ■§« ueatlon based on the lilwditw M Christianity and OltiaeuM^ paplls will be prepared tat H State school Scholarship*. A first-class staff has fieeri m* gaged and there will Ml MMuiriM Hostels for Boys and Otrfe >' The School «s oentrally l«»»i^| In the health? town of Baroalffitn* Preliminary Prospetfaa fcni all lnfonnatlon on application to tS| EMoceBBn Secretary, Box IS, Q.P.0.# William-street, Rockhaxapton, or AM o* the Parechlal Clergy. ., rl

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

Ik the Supreme Conrt of Qaeenslwd. ' m the WILL ot nUKCR MO lfUND GIELIS 1st* of lluttalnmi te the Stat* ot ^QMneUaa t&w* merlr of Normanton Ik the mN| State) Bank l$»nag6r deeeMMS. J^OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN fthflfl after the expiration of FOURTH*F| DATS from the date of the pabltmri tlon hereof application will be rmiO| to this Honorable Court that ProbaM of the Will of the aborenamed PBUh CIS EDMUND GUSLIS deceased Bs*$ be granted to VIOLET OIBUS 4 Tooiroomba in the said State the Uin ful widow and relict of tbe aatfl de* ceased tbe sole Executrix named lg tbe said Will. ANY person interested who dcMlraS to object to the application or to M heard upon it may file a Care&t In thi Registry at any time before tbq grant 1b made. DATED at Toowoomba this VUrd day of May, 1928.' WONDERLEY HALL. Solicitors for the Executrix the fcatt Violet Oiells, Ruthven-Street, Too mndtt. ~ MEBYOUS WOMEN. Are you nervous and morbid, langnid and unable to eat? LaxnTnoic Pills will draia th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES & COMMENTS FRE[?]L[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

KkkIUNC' Some interesting information in re gard to the New South Wales rail ways as a result of the new Minister for Works and Railways (Sir T Henley) setting about stock-taking. Jt was announced, that the total number of employees in the depart ments in his charge was 68,966, their fortnightly pay-roll amount ing to £563,775, which is easily more than a million a month, or about $13,530,600 a year. It is added that those employees representee 14& per cent, of the adult male labor of the State. Nothing was said about in resting a few hundreds with the ancient but hated order of the sack; but it was added that the Puller Government did not stand for cheap labor or sweating conditions, but it did expect an honest day's work for an honest day's pay, which seems to be a little hint to either do it or look out for squalls. According to a message from Dubbo, Mr. Stewart, inspector of ,the South British Insurance Co., well known in that district, but wl;o ,kad paid a visit to Lond...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE [?]ESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine [?]teris mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY MAY 27, 1922 Workers and Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

.t — — mNftmoH VUa sine Uteris mors est. N BABC\LDINESATUBDAVHAY 27, 1922 Workers andTaxation. When Labor leaders in Queensland wore not in office they constantly asserted that all the taxes were paid by the workers, and that the whole burden of taxation fell, Indirectly but none the less heavily, on the workers alone. Now that they happen to be In office they attempt to reconcile the Government's prodigious taxa tion iniquities by asserting that the imposts fall only on the wealthy. , Mr. Larcombe, Minister for Rail ways, has recently given utterance to the balderdash- He calls upon the dupes, who vote the Government ticket, to gloat with him over the j fact thet the heavy taxation, which his Government extorts, comes out of the pockets of only 3 per cent, of the people of Queensland, anrt per mits the remaining portion of the population to go tree of taxes. It Is pretty plain that the bulk of taxa tion is falling heavily on that min ority. whose members are carrying [on the Indust...

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

T"aV"i r 1 it' L ZT7~ \ START RIGHT! When you have made up your mind to purchase a certain make of car there sliil remains the important question—What tyres shaft I use? It is a recog nised fact that the best of cars are on!y as good as their tyres. Therefore a deal depends on a wise selection. Judging }>y the popularity of "Railroad" DUMLOP TlfRI&S v.ith lens of thousands of Australasian Motorists—these tyres are foremost for value and service. These motorists are influenced solely by road results mileage—absence of trouHe—'-pendability. Now the fact that fully half the motorists in this country r> • rJnps" is the best evidence of value rendered, and that's what you w v thousands of miles of hard driving are built into every "Railroad" i .u.-ir price is less than imported tyres, yet they enaure results that %vi.. -.-.aocf your motoring profitable and pleasureable. Therefore have no doubts—use "Dun lops "-it pays! All garages can supply. £ DUNLOP RUBBER CO. All StBtM A...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Barcaldine and General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

The foilowing plnyrra will represent the Barcaldine Catholic Tenuis Club in the gents, doubles to be' played against tne Methodist Club on th« King's bir(hdny holiday :—Messrs. J. McAllister, L. Bowdeu, P. Lynch, H. Barns, J, Lennon, E. Durkin, This team is subject to alteration. A meeting • of , the representative Committee of the War Memorial will be held in the Shire JJp.lI eupperroom on Tuesday, 30t.li inst., at 8 p.m., at which all arc cordially invited to at tend aud take part iu deciding finally, after knowing the araonnt at disposal, ■the form of Memorial. It is hoped every member of the Committee will attend. The Australian Prohibition Council while sitting iu Melbourne, resolved to write Mr. Lloyd George, protesting againBt liquor beitip smuggled into America iu British ships—a pnictice which threatened to disturb the prucn fal relations now existing betweeu the British and American people. It would be interesting to bear what Mr, Lloyd George says to himself privately whe...

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

'pi A POPULAR INSTITUTION! THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now located in New Stale Insurance Premises, Comer of George and Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane. This office exist* for the people ol Queensland, and the Public Curator will act as— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER wills | TRUSTEE under Marriage settlements and other Trustst ADMINISTRATOR of Estates op persons dying Intestate i ATTORNEY OR AGENT IN THE management OP PROPERTY FOR Absenteesi AND WILL 1. make wills FREE| 1. lend MONEY ON FIRST mortgage | a. give legal advice | 4. ATTEND TO ALL real PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Branch Office* at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTON; and AgtnU at A evmry CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in thm State. TlffCTlTTTTV Sneep, Cattle, 111 j H I r Horse and $ ^7^ Property f^alesiiieh Bead Office: ' TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charleville The Open Gate to TOP WOOL VALUES Fix die advice on the above balp in your memory. Yon will find it pays to make those six word* your guide ...

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

m. Itfntoy Vlee^ggd Patronage. * '*'*-* HI ^ ■ PEPKESPEISE Barcaldine. { 8. Anderson, Proprietor. Vftaia it. "**"* P.O.BerH , . This Hotel ietae ol4& - •Mf iiMMMii md mmromrMu MUUH QUEEB8UUU, ' lib seriate with Bin Oonvenienoe M^tMn to4SueabaOomfort.... Under Complete New Management. FIESTVOLAJS$.Ai?TfiNTrON. But Brands of ■Win* ul Spirit* retailed tttvn w have their dan Garaged and flame atrfUea or nut to flrst-ol&ss paddocks. Q.C.T. Aua. Hou»e. j A tai Awar Jm HHm Marathon Hotel - ARAM AC. ZU O. HAYES, Proprietor llrat-CUfig Accommodation. ■trst-Class Cuisine, and np-to 4ate attention. Boggy meets all trains- 'Phone W W.D.COLMAN 0ak-*L, BARGALDINE. Wholesale and Be tail BUTCHER. OHLT the Prim est of Beef and Mutton eold, at prioee to suit everybody. Hiving installed an Up-lo-date Befngerat ug Plant and Gold Storage Rooms, oaa a wire satisfaction. Consumers waited 01 daily. Prompt attention to Country Orders. CORNED BEEF a Speciality. Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers Thai we arc now able to reduce this line to post /£^ per free ^ M / IS pair Remen.beT too our Speciui 7 IN This is the same good wearing:. Specially cu EMPEKOtt, 2&S (id, Strapped Riding Trouseras formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGBEACH St* lk—t IWcUf ffwfjr TibUt JfMMU ^ 4 P«rfr*Ow DiptUd Jfot. « WHO IS BOSS? Y«m ot Y—r Stomach? Can you cat and enjoy a hearty meal or must you H consult your stomach H first? By taking a Nux- n ite Tablet after every b meal you will be able to | dictate to your stomach, w No need to diet; you can it, eat, enfoy. digest, .and assimilate a real meat if you take Nuxite. By retting tn4 toning your dlgeatlv* •nppletnent ing the •>cr«tlon« where ne ce»»»ry, Niurita M* and wt'.1 banish yottr Indigestion. Suon! Price S/- per Bottle A'oiv! Mixm "There'* Health "t Every Atom," <•

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine Appeal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Barcaldine Appeal Court. —ouo— At the Magistrate's Court, Barcal ■dre, on Tue-slay, May 23rd, before' Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., an adjourned Appeal Court was held in connec tion with objections to ratings by Barcaldine Shire Council. The prin cipal appellants were the Barcaldine Oentral Racing Club, who appealed against a valuation of £640, a 100 per cent, increase, and the case created Bome interest. Only last October the rating of the racecourse had been re duced two-thirds—from a rateable value or £960 to £340, but the Valua tor on this occasion worked on a dif ferent basis and had more data to go apon, and as the values had been raises all round claimed that the valuation of £640 was very fair. Against this an appeal was lodered The first case called was that of Mrs. McMahon, who has a property at the corner of Ash and Willow streets, running down Willow-street. She had been increased from £200 to ££60. In reply to the Bench Mr. SVsh, Shire Clerk an^ Valuator, said he took Beech-stre...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ING [?]ELLS Egerton —Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

* ,>/ ^DiJINi* '!ELu3 i Egertoa —Brows. fry quint »iid t'iot.ty wedding was cele ! rutet a S:. P. tec'-1 <;uur.:u ut England no TtursKy, Mty 25th. the contras'in; p iri i»-« foein : Mi-a (S\idys J-iHie Browa oily il>iujht"ri)t Jlr. mdMrs. W.J. Brin Wiohiiv.'n. Arii'ii'ic, anl Oliver Eg-irton. litfl of Sta4btcti, Cheshire, E/i^Uud. Tue Rfv. J. W. A. Mackenzie MA, of Aramac, officiated at rbe service. The chnrch hud been prettily decorated for the occasion by the Giild Jirls, of which Q-aild Mis' Brown was a member. Mies Nowi tod dainti y decorated the wedding bell, which was suspended by tho Guild oolora (pucple and wo' 1) The bride lookud rery dainty a» she entered the church on the arm of her father and was attired in a simple but pretty frock of white gAorgot^e, em broidered in beads, with wide taffeta eilk belt, with a bands.ime spray of onmgfr blwom* and him'I made rosea. 8fc.e wore * tali'* wreath and veil with orange Monsoon. Ooronnt (binliy lent by hT al'ter-...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

FHANK Hi. HALL BARCAuDIN£, Han motor cars FOR rtXXUB. Two 6- Jyliuter Buicke at vour dinpoBul. Phone 78. Agunt for Howard's "Tiiuuph" Motor Oyole, Hover" Cyolt and Sur^tien United States M*>tor Tyres, Etw 4#"Baroaldine and District Agent for— The lielebrated liUlCK GARB. MOTOR CAK^hire FOR Prompt Attention Binv np 'Phone 101. DAY OE NIGHT. P CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," lmth Baroaldine. "KENILWOKTH," Private Hospital, Uafu and Aoaoia btbskts, BAROALDINE. —Outside Cases Attended.— For particulars and terras apply to— I'tioue 61 RUM HUhh\ a T NA The People's Cash Store ASH-tsffJEr (oppotiie (ili'leograpb), aA&c&i.ourjB, For your order for UttO«;iKltai2* or PttOllliCfi Eiug PHONE B. 2£. QOTftTN, Proprietor. j^UBtralian j^utual provident f SOCIETY, A. B. PEARSON, District Representative, Audroh).—c/a V/. L. Walker, baroaldine. HARBY BUHGEsS, prab5.tr'o%oKiLlor Full range of material* In stock to aeJect from. «« Tour own materials made up. CLEANING ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. By Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Latest from Kockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 3 a.n,. By Telegram. Thomas Morgan, who must have been among the oldest Manchester Unity Oddfellows in the Common wealth, died here a couple of days ago. He was initiated in England on July 7th, 1859. He came to Aus tralia and joiner the Pioneer Lodge on clearance in February, 1883. What cotton means to the Dawson Valley has been exemplified by the fact that last year's total yield was 79 tons, but for this season to date 396 tons have been forwarded trom Dawson Valley railway station, in cluding 249 tons from Wowan. It Is expected that 400 tons will be de spatched from the Wowan cotton fields Brother Councillor Amos Tomlin son, High Chief Ruler Independent Order of Rechabites, accompanied by the Queensland District Treasurer, Bro. G. A. Savage, arrive^ from ' Mackay this morning, and was ten dered a civic reception at the Coun cil Chambers. The Mayor, in pro posing the toast of our guest, ex pressed his appreciation of Bro Tomlinson's v...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Oposs[?]m Season. A B[?]t Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Hie Opossam Season. I vu A BMfMt larket Meeara. Fen wick * Oo, Ltd. hide and akin merchants, Brisbane, advised as ae follows on Tuesday There *h keen competition for opossum ekinfc frees numerous buyers. Buper class skin* iold up to 210s. per dot (410 10b,). Beet Km of opossums aver aged np to 80s. per doien t medium lines 60 to 90 per do»D. Venwiok's next opossum sa'e will be held on Tuesday, 8th Junu. The Primary Producers, Brisbane, adviBed ue on Tuesday«—There were but email sap pins of opossum skins for tbo opening of the season, and there was a keen demand for southern skins, which were worth from 70s. to 80a. per doien; Northerns and Cen> trals were somewhat neglected. Northerns were worth from 20s. to 80s. per dozen, and Controls from 80s. to 40s. per dozen. The OpoBBnm Season having beet de clared open during the months of May and Jane, FEN WICK & CO. held vheir first Bale on Tuesday, the 23rd inst. Only small catalogues were offered; the combined brokers catalog...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

FOR AUSTRALIAN ROADS AND FORD CARS1 Perdriau Tyres THE POPULAR TYRE OF THE FORD OWNER IS THE STURDY AUSTRALIAN 3 RIB OR TRIANGLE TREAD COVER TUBE 30x34 £6/2/6 17/6 GUARANTEED 4000 MILES obtainable at all oaraoks PERDRIAU RUBBER Co. LTD. BRISBANE statu

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

The Wool Sales. Meesn. Dalgety & Company, Limited, Rockhampton, axe in re ceipt of the following cablegram, dated 19th insb-, from their London office :—" Wool eales closed very firm. Active competition. As com pared with last sales ' elosing rates, merino wools saper greasy un changed, merino wool of other description*—greasy 1* per cent, to IS per cent, higher. Merino wools { super scoured 10 per cent, higher i average and merino wools faulty ] scoure^ io per cent, to 16 per cent. | higher. Crvssbroi wools fine qua1 I ity greasy 10 per cent, higher. Crossbred# medium quality greasy 10 per tent, to IB per cent, higher. J Crossbred coarse greasy 16 per j cent, to 20 pet «e*t. higher. Cross- , breds scoured 19 per cent, to 15; per cent higher. Silpe wools cross- ] bred 10 per cent, to 16 per cent, 'higher. Mertno lambs super par to 5 per cent, higher. Merino lambs of other descriptions 71 per cent, to 10 per eent. higher. Crossbreds good 10 pet cent, higher. Faulty «nd crossb...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Mr. Higgs Criticises the Premier. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Mr. Higgs Criticises the Premier. By Telegram. Ruckbamntoo. Thursday True to bis promise Mr. William Guy Higgs replied to Mr. Theodora's attack on him last Monday night. He chipped Mr^ Theodore for want of Biblical knowledge and told a tale regarding the time when Mr. The j dore and another colleague in the Ministry ran a two-up school in the North. Mr- Higgs alleged that Mr. Theodore and a cobber had an argu ment an^ Mr. Theodore bet his mate a fiver he was unable to say the Lord's Prayer, and the latter re plied, "The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want-" Mr. Theodore Ss reported to have at once handed over the fiver with the remark, "Blimy, I did not think you knew it!" Mr. Higgs detailed at great length what he hag done when in the Labor Party, and denounced the Theodore Go vernment for its gambling affairs— particularly Liberty Pair. Incident ally he referred to the failure of socialism in our time as was illus trated by the failure of the Alice River Settlement, New Australia...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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