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New South Wales LABORITES IN DISCORD. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Wflw South Wales IiABOBITES W DISCORD Sydney, Friday. Wlrangllng over events associated with the recent elections are continu ing In Labor ranks, and farther ex pulsions from the Party hare been* made. The expelled Include four leading members of the Redfera branch of the A.L.P. The action was taken by the branch In defiance of a definite direction from the Bxa cutive that no further expulsions taken for alleged breaches during the I recent elections should be sanctioned.

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

In Purchasing the Popular %ust-Proof@crseis You are well Protected Every Pnii—reirnrdlchS of price—IB GUARANTEED uol to RUST, UREAK or TEAK. ft. Comfort in more ways than one. Your draper sto ks them. Excellent Value in POCKET KNIVES AT ANTHONY HORDERNS' Anthony Horderns' values in Quality Pooket Knives are Irresitlblo. Review this list—and Inspeot In department the goods it describes; you will find in viewing them opportunity for acquiring the most Reliable Pocket Knives at the most inslgniftcant cost. CX2S0 Pooket Knife, Skinning, Castrating and Wool glide. Butt Horn Handle; length, 4ln. Prioe ... 8/6 ©X 403—Pooket Knife, Skinning and Castrating Blade, Picker and Tweezers, BulT Horn Handle Length, 3 Jin. Price .. ... •/* Carriage Paid on Pooket Knives In N.S.W., and to the nearest Port on Interstate Orders. CXS87 — Pooket Knife, Skinning Blade & Tweezers, Shackle, Coco Wood Handle. Length, 4J-lnch. Prioe 4/6 i Blade, Coco Wood Handle. 3/6. ,2 Blades, Xylonite Handle .. .. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A BRUTAL MURDER. Maryborough, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

A BECTAIi MURDER. Maryborough, Friday. Advice was received to-day of a brutal murder near Biggenden. The victim was Marion Foster, aged 48 years, and residing with her hus band Jesse Foster, on the Dallarnil Road, seven miles from Biggenden. The message states Foster left home about 10.30 a.m. yesterday morn ing for Biggenden with a number of pigs, and returned home about 6.30. Not noticing his wife about he be lieved she had gone away. He slept in a room separate from his wife's this morning. Shortly after 6 o' clock on going to her room, he found her body on the floor at the foot of the bed, lying face down ward in a pool of pool. The unfor tunate woman's throat had been cut. There was also a wound on the forehead. The police were immedi ately advised, and proceeded to the scene. A three-quarter-caste boy 16 years, of age, who was under agreement to Foster, was missing from his home. He was seen by a neighbor last night riding in the direction of the scrub towards Dal larnil. An a...

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

A SLUGGISH LIVE I. I A. sluggiBh liver gives rile to biliousness,, headaches, irritability, ana other disorders. The liver wants stimulating gently to do its work, and the medicine for this ia Chamber* Iain's Tablets. They are mild and gentle in action, and thffir use is not followed by con 1 atipation. Sold by Hugb Savage and A. Par nell ft Bom. •

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford Shire Council. Usual Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Isisford Shire Council. —ouo— Usual Monthlf Meeting. A meeting of the Ieieford Shire Council ma held on the 2nd inst. when the following Councillors were present:—Messrs. Coron (Chairman), Dowie, Boss, Bamage, and button. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence from the Department of Public LtindB notifying tta»t the Albilbah and' Buthven resumptions would be opened for seleotiou at Isiaford on 8rd May. The Under-Secretary to be thanked for his ac tion in the matter From B. E. Hp.rtley re Local Authorities Award —Mr. Hartley to be thanked and asked to forward his acoonnt for the Conn- 1 cil'e qnotaof expenses. From Isisford Amatenr aed Hospital Baoe Clubs, asking to have their race date pioolaimed pnblic holidays. Tbe Home Seeretary to be asked to have the 8th and 10th of June gazetted holidays. The Clerk reported having received JB761 7a. lid. rates and foes emeu last meeting; also that tbe stock passings for the period were 88 500 sheep; also to rec...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Undervalued Meat Supplles. Mr. Jowett, M.H.R.,on British "Prejodlce." A Trading Contrast. (R[?]ter.) From the "Herald," Malbonrne, May 15th, 1922. London, May [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Undervalued Meat Supplies. Mr. Jowett, MJLR.,oii British "Prejodlce." A VndlBf Cwtmt (Baiter.) From the "Herald," Malboorne, Mar 15tb, 1981. London, M» M. Mr. Edmnnd Jo watt, II H.B., am poiated oni te the course of a press interview that the proceed! of reoent Australian loan's are being to a Urge extent spent on contract* let in Great Britain. On the otber band, he statei," on reason able prejndioe" in Groat Britain u respon* Bible (or the fact that Australian meat ia being eold there at prices ridiculously low compared with those paid for home grown meat and for the Argentine supplies. The prices offered for Australian beef, 1 Mr Jowett adds, are rendering it impoi I sitle to sell it profitably.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BIG AERIAL FLIGHT London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

BIG AEBIAX FLIGHT London. Wednesday. Major W. Blake has departed on his flight round the world from Wid don aerodrome in glorious sunshine at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Before starting on his trip Major Blake re ceived a message from the King wishing him Godspeed and good luck. Major Blake, in a message, said there would be difficult obstacles to overcome- "We are prepare^ for these," he said, "and shall succeed". Major Blake arrived at Paris three Liours after leaving London.

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

Someday, Somewhere, Someone MAY make a Fencing Dropper •v quai to the hi KING-LOC" Never Anyone Anywhere will make A BETTER OtfE. May we prove it ? NOW AVAILABLE No Ties No Wedges Made to your order Without Delay Kingloc Ltd, Fencing Specialists, Camperdown, \ SYDNEY. NEW ZEALAND tOAN AND M.A. CO. LTD, Amenta, BRISBANE ROCKHAMPTON TOWNSVILLE

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROUBLE IN IRELAND. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

trouble iff irflattd. I/radon* Thursday. A battle W raging to-day a* Bel fast, In the VFe8t Bnfl, which baa Isolated other parts of the city by the fierceness of the firing. Trains lieve been suspended on the Halle Road ronie. Special constable Murphy was shot ifleaj near the Walla Road, where the Sinn Veln ®rs, were massed In great numbers. Slid three others were Ml Jed.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. "BELLY" HUGHES OFF MACKAY. Mackay, Thusday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Qaeeasia&d. By Tehftam. "BELLY" HUGHES OFF MACKAY Mackay. Thusday. Tfae mail steamer Wyreema with the Prime Minister (Mr. W. Hughes) aboard, arrived at Flat Top this morning. Mr. Hughes, who is hav ing a goo^ rest, is showing an im provement in health every day, although bis shoulder is still sore. He is doing only absolutely essential work while aboard the Wyreema.

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

The "Champion" noir eompriiM twenty pages folio, and la neway from front to back cover. Sand alone your name and become one of oar happy aabacrtben- — 'XSiamplaa* Office.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Genoa Couference. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

The Genoa Couference. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. I Mr. Lloyd-George * in the House ot Commons, said it was not in tended to say anything in reference to reparations or our relations with France. The questions before the Genoa conference were discussed throughout with the greatest amity. He then proceeded to outline the various commissions without as sistance from the other thirty na tions. It was hopeless for Russia, whatever it's Government, to extri cate herself from the pit of squalor an<j misery. There were several alternatives dealing with Russia, first that which could he tried before us ing force, hut not one suggested that at Genoa*. The second was to leave her to her fate until she changed her government, but how could they insure Europe against riskB? In regard to the latter alternative, the Russo-German agreement showed the sort of peril he meaiit. London, Thursday. Speaking in the House off ^Com mons Mr. Lloyd-George outlined the work of the Genoa Confere...

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

\ nranrc SCHNAPPS H you are lan guid and weary, you need a light Stimulant such as Wolfe's • Schnapps which has a sure yet gentle action on the Kidneys and Bladder. fit is,as good lor women as lor «en. # v • Obtainable la IARBB AND SMALL SIZE BOTTLES A Good Tip! B* • Regular Subscriber M tin I GOLDEN { I CASKET j S TU big money m»y comi your B S w»f^t# Art Union mrjr lortkigbt £ | 111 Prbn lll Mm I | £MMt«£Sc (Subject to 14% Federal Tax) Proceeds to Queensland Public Hospitals. m,000 Tickets at 5/8. Add 4d. post Vi to includte Result Slip, if you're Mailing; to Head Office; or at 0/1, indmlrs of all charreB, through ' Zjocal Agents;-* JOE S. tIACKSO Agent B A fi b A J DINE. 2 It you apply to Head Office, *lra full S 2 Name and Address. 2 2 ARCHER I-.UCAS, Manager., ™ X Exton House, Queen St., Brisbane. 2 TfiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Winter Warmth Blankets Quilts Lowest Prices HIXCO Quality Fleecy Woolly Australian Blankets Alt will gin yoa fiui of good lerrice ...

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

* —THE— later Misericordie Private Hospital Tlie Mansion : The fia&ge BOOKS aMPTON . l^rst-elaefl nursing and accommodation. Any • O (the looal dootora attend. For partionlarB apply to Matron Sister in •huge. F.CORY A COT AUCTIONEERS. Stock,. Station, Commission and Forwarding- Agents. Horse Sales a Speciality. Splendid paddocfes close to town fret to any 'taw gent for bona fide sale. LONSBBACB. Agents for— Vha Hew Zealand Fire and Marine liaur >aaoe Oompany. O. Q. Paitorskl Employers Assooiation ttc„ sc., fca, Medcrafs Ltd., ROCKIUMPTON. .Manufacturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND ffiscuita and Confectionery Central QueenslandersI Support four Own Industries. saw:j timbeb HYNE A SON. Bolsover-etreet Felloes, Spokes, and Wheelwrights Material kept in stock Large Stocks BEST and dreeeed, of all descriptions. Orders promptly and oarefully attended to WM. F. ABM6TBOKG, Manager Rookhatapton Bran oh Thos. Gapstlck, Land, Frult7 and Soneral Commission Agent. Denlson-street, Rockham...

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

W OA ^HiR, KegiHiH-i. d Q.r.C and A ,0. S'fiibf.r of Tat'erf-all's Club, Brjsbuiiu NOW Ol1 '! M ING • Brisbane Thousand, May 27tffci Stradbroke Handicap, June 3i£ Brisbane Cup, June 6th '■ More ton Handicap, June lOtfii Starting price all local ana MNfi^ cm even is. - ; NO LIMIT. Sulllcifnt Address— W \NAHEB, BRISBANE. H SYMONDS, Bu . ,9 Phoue 18 Upp idita Railway GooSb shed, 6ARCA10NE. MEN'S MERGER, Tobacconist, Fancy foods Dealer, dkc, v OKT STENTS of Stetson, Boraalino, \ and AiiBtmlian HATS, and Ail Lim ..f MEN'S CLOTHING, ,BOOTd, to, «t Buasonubi IVioes a gent for Golden Casket Silent L.0. 8tnilh Ty w ■■ and Accessories Coioua Portable Type irri ten — BOIUBT EVERY WEEK — est information on all Spnrting Ernta Larue assortment of L 6 ©o's and Barling's Pipes MOinOE. S. A, SUTTON, Sam Maker, Tank Stoker, Eto. Eto. [/ST1UATE8 given for Orernhot Deal Vj and By.washes. Elevated Earth Tanks built to serve tte pnrpsse of galvanised iron tanks. Vtom <!0,000 to 100 000 gallons...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Meat for British Navy. Tenders to be Called in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Meat for British Navy. Tenders to be Called in Australia Prom " Tlie ArgUB," May 12,1023. London, May 11. Folloniiiir Mr J iwett's protests against the cuntinmrce of army and navy meat contraetf u-ati the Argnntiue, th> Ad miralty hx~ i farmed Mr jowott M H.B., that it h id (ieci'ifd to cj<«ae obtaining sop* p'iea fruiii I lit Argentine, and to iavilt trodeiB i Australia, New Zealand, U>4 other me colonies on tuir. let.

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

Re Bonnington A Co. —oO©—• One oi the iDtereBtmn f»»tur-» of pieBBDt day civilisation if that no nmny of tbe articles one sees widely aivurtisnd in tho oolamnB of the pren bave non h»i-ome posi tive household necessities, whereas years ago they would have appeared in >he light of more luxuries. Tbus in tbe determina tion of the CORt of living, for our uwn baeio wage a monthly allowance for " face-pow der," and a weekly »Uu*ance for " patent medicines" waB solemnly included, These thoughts occur to ub br w« sen oncn more, regularly as the full < f autumn leuves, tha consistent advertising of Messrs. Bonning ton'e and their famous " Iriub Mobs." For years now the words " Bottington a Irish Moib for Ooaghs and Colds" have been con eisteotly kept in tbe public eye, till to day, we believe they are a catuh-wurd from Cairns, in th* distant Worth, to Boulia in the far West. Real xerit must be (he chief seoret of this fat flung popularity j fur everywhere where people a*e trou...

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

Hempenstatl Brothers' Sales. Id the dijB when tbi« old Earth true a^ood deal younger than it is now an'i when ihe bigh cost of living, ilivnco, and picking winners were Dot puch fiem- pioi.leuj-. us r.bey are to-duy. on* ot ib. mucli cogitat'-on, wrote ' ■ proper r-tudy ot mankind k' m u " Ii is vvy -vulrtuc the Napoleons of the a--l 1 «it» <v.>rid nave cottoned on to that idm. T,i y ftuily man, ani then sell him a pui> lu il.e luet few days they hare effected ' ti» /lowing Hales: —Dumunru Hotel. H<ck.< uipio' , Mr. William Sonson; U hI'> H I Ricklniinp ton, to Mrs. John liiWst. ; LiDu.iinl Uotel, Murvborough. Mr W.lu.yiu (i iIt day, formerly uf the Bui » ly 1. Y«p pojn ; and tb<i Mountuu View ll .tel, Mount Morgan, to Mr. J. W (V-y, LUck hampton Tho Napoleons of ihe aeliinir wo'ld, however, do not confine ih-'ir ai!!iviii<-s to the selling of not el*. Ri^li! b " in Bir caldine they have just .• ni^l-in.l u m.iut import...

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

Barcaldine Football —uw^ A large crowd was present at the show grouuds on Sunday last, to wit ness the fomth Gup fixture*. The junior game was won by the Wallaby* by 11 to 8. The senior's game was won by the Wallabys by 11 to 3, the scorers being:—Wallabys—J. Lynch one try, Ellem two tries and converted one. U. Burke scored for the Brigade. Mr. S. Farrington juniors and Mr. 0. Murnane seniors were efficient referees. To-morrow's teams—Wallaby Jun iors—Foil Back—J. McDonongh ; three quarters, C. Cliffe, P. Seaby, B. Corcoran, R. Sellare; five-eighth, T. Low; D. Seaby; forwards, G. Seaby, B- McQuaid, F. Balderson, J. McMillan, H. Lennon, D. O'Sullivan j emergencies, A. Shamburg, A. Owens, Wallaby seniors—Fall Back—0. Gilmore; three-quarters, L. Ellem, V. Tannock, N. Cui tain, J. Lynch; five, eighth, C. Eaotaughaffe; half, F. Bos ton ; forwards, T. Lennon, J. McQuaid* J. Mooney, A. Seaby, E. Chambers, G. Bnnt; emergencies, E. Seaby, E. Collins. Brigade seniors.—Full Back—J. Allard ; tb...

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

Government Sale. Tuesday, 13th Jinne, 1922, at 11 o'clock THE Land Agent will offer for sale by Public Auction at the Lani Office, Barcaldlne, on the above datty 1 Special Lease under Subsection 1 of Section 179 of "The Land Acts ot 1910 to 1920" Portion 28, pariBh ot Marathon, situated on a bore drain, about two miles north-westerly from the town of Aramac, area 5 acres, upset annual rent £2/10/-, term of lease 10 years. For further information apply t» the Local Land Agent. 4-8 B. PARK, Bookseller, i tationer. Ncr-ragent, Tobacconist. B ARC At< DINE. FOOTBALLS—Boys Leather Nob. 1, 2, 3, 4, and Men's Match H. POETS—School, Lunch, all sizes. Bladders all sizes. TENUIS BALLS—Ayres champion R. PARK, Oak-straet - BARCJtLDINE

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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