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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

For Childree's Hacking Cod Woods' Great Pepper nin 4 General Banking Business, Conducted at 61 Branches throughout Australia, New Guinea (2) and at London (S>. M Branches in Queensland. It *11 Branches and at 8X00 Port OflLce ApaiHn thronghoet the ncnnwealth of Australia, Territories o Papua, and New Intnia. 8i Iblan^ Protectorate, and other blat<| 0f the Paolllo. Deputy Qonnir: Coveraor JAMBS KBLlo 81r DBNISON WTT.T.ira, K O.li Qi <$<rmtmmttr«rltit §jmft af gMtstpliJi Save Money on GROCERIES at GIBSON'S. DONT get a niitakn.ldta that yon an alwayB saving when yon pay less lor <grooerlos. If yon buy goods of Interior auallty yon ran tin chanos of securing impure foodstuffs and so are playing with your chances of good health ««* so pay more In the long ran. When yon tray your groceries at Gibson's you can be sure of .getting fresh, good quality groceries and provisions that will cost you In many cases less than yon would pay else* where f...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barealdine Amateur Racing Club. Second Day's Besalts [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Itrealdine Amateur Racing Club. Second Day's Besalts •u gome details, the second day W |]j0 Barcaldine Amateur RaceB ■rantuated on Friday afternoon, May Kfa The attendance ■was again |tee, the grandstand takings being A/16/-- The tote was again well tfatroniBed, some £832/10/- going through for the day, making a total jbf *668/10/- for the meeting. The gjbokles present appeare^ to do good business. The booth and tearooms p-« reported brisk business. Syd Hhnittir •who baa been from town for fhrttile and returned last week, again kin a game for the Victoria Hospital, toad punters appeared many The toollce were present aB on Prc" Moos day, but their se^^s were not fMnired. The same officials carried tat their dtttles in an excellent man ner throughout the day, The racing fsonld in every way be teme^ an ex fcellent and successful meeting. The Hollowing are the results:— Indies Bracelet, six furlongs. Mil!. Tiling's br m Palea, * 10-0 F. mite m«ii Moyse's b g Midnight Hun *er. a, 10-0 V....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IRISH TROUBLE MAKING A BIG HAUL. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

THE IBIS& TROUBLE MAKING A BIG HAUL. London, 'Wednesday. The CoIIins-De Valera pact, ■(Coupled with the Northern Govern .Jnent'e ene'rgetic action against the $8mpalgn of murder, has resulted in jt, crisis the consequences of which are BifflcuH to analyse. The arrest of iBlnn Feiners continue, but a number &r wanted men are now fleeing to the Free State. The Ulster Constabulary laid their plans for a raid so carefully | that not a hint of a coup reached those wanted- A big encircling move ment commenced at 4 o'clock in the morning, and houses were rapidly tafl efficiently visited, and practically •very Sinn Fein officer on the list was arrested. The figures of §tmi Vein arrests were exaggerated in the I iearly reports of the round-up to day, but between 300 and 400 per . toons were taken into custody. Members of the Cabinet take a Tory grave view of the new political Htuation in Ireland, ana 'helj a hur ried conference at which General MacreatJy and other administrat...

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

The Glideograph. Special Productions for this Saturday Tuesday and Thursday. TO-NIGHT, Saturday, May 2 7th A GREAT FEATURE—ALICE JOYCE IN THE SCARAB RING. An intense drama of baffling mystery. Remarkable Bettings, Director'* thoroughness Exploitation ideas! GET YOUB GRIP ON THIS STORY Supporter by CAPTAIN KLDD'S.KITE (comedy), PATHE GAZETTE and BEVIEW (introducing slow movements) and Episode two of the Great Serial—THE SILENT AVENGES. TUESDAY EVENSNQ, MAY 30th. A BEAL STAB THOMAS H. 1NCE PBODUCTION— MOTHER O'MINE. Featuring Betty Blythe and Lloyd Hughes. This is a pretty story of a mother's devotion. "A forceful thene and a smashing climax •" Supported by ''OLD COUNTRY LAB," (6000ft.) featuring Warren Kerrigan, a comedy, MODERN CENTURAS, AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE and GAUHONT GRAPHIC. I THURSDAY, JUNE 1st A GBEAT FIRST NATIONAL ATTBACIOJVj Piquant Petite Marguerite Clark heading her own company in the great Broadway Stage hit SCRAMBLED WIVES. Rippling laughter in every movement. The second ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. P. & O. STEAMER SUNK. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. p. & o. STEAMER SUNK. London, Tuesday. The P. & O. Co.'s liner Egypt has been sunk off Brest. A message from Brest states that the Egypt, -which Was bound for Bombay, collided with jthe cargo boat Seine at 7.30 Satur day night 22 miles nor'-west of Cape pshant, in a heavy fog. WarshlpB ttoere immediately despatched' from lBrest,in response to S-O.S. signals. fThe Seine was badly damaged, but (got to Brest and landed 29 passen gers and 128 of the crew of the Egypt, fend pasing steamers may have pick Id up others. The heavily-laden fea*igo boat ripped the Egypt's plates ' lorce. Fifteen passengers and 80 like paper as she struck her with full ■M the crew , chiefly Lascars, are pissing. The captain of the Seine . toys the Egypt ran into his ship and ibre away the bow.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Memorial Race Meeting. A Successful Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

The Memorial Race Meeting. —oOo— A Successldl Afternoon The hack race meeting under the auspices of the Barcaldine Amateur Racing Club eventuated on Saturday afternoon last. May 20th, ana was suc cessful in every way. The horses were sold at Lennon's hotel yards on the morning of the races, and realis ed over £70 for 38, the average price of the horses being from 6/- to £3. A large crowd was present at the course, to see the nags in action, the grandstand takings being £81 10b. Considering admission to the stand was only 2/6 this could be termed satisfactory. The racing throughout was heartily contested and some excellent finishes resulted. The booth was run by returnee sol diers, the proceeds of which went to the memorial fund. The tearooms was conducted by the Ladies Memorial Committee, and business appeared to be brisk throughout the afternoon. The tote was conducted at 6s • a ticket throughut the after noon and was well patronised. The officials carried out their duties In an ex...

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

ABSOLUTELY FREE. Too much prominence cannot bp piwn to the fact that it In dangerous to give couch medi clnps containing opium or other narcotics to children. Narcotic* are not necessary in a couph medicine, and thin fact has been proven by the aurcPBR of Chamberlain's Couch Rft. medy, which is absolutely free from Opium, Morphia, Heroin, Chloroform. Chlorodyne, Ether or any other poisonous aubBtance of ano dyne. This is not tnerpty an assertion of the manufacturers, but each bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy bears the Government analysis showing that it has been officially de clared free from all narcotics. Sold by Hugh Havage and A. Panel! & Sons. Try na tor Job Printing.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Our Aramac Letter From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Ond Afamac Letter From Our Own Correspondent. The -weather during the past week or two has teen very dry and dusty accompanied by cold snaps, and the outlook does not seem to be very encouraging, rain being badly wanted t'; freshen up the pastures and In some cases to provide water. The principal stock passings for the past fortnight have bi»n as fol lows:—1240 cows and calves from Burleigh station to Charleville, Ram say Bros, owners, Leslie Hillcoat in charge, dipped at Arainac; 6000 mixed sheep, from Richmon^ to Bar ;aldine, Roberts Bros, owners, A. Roberts in charge. At present the New Zealand Land 3o., Mount Cornish, are trucking on in average 300 fat bullocks a week ;o the meat works in Brisbane for treatment, the last draft of 30 trucks leaving next Thursday.. The following are the traffic re turns from the tramway for the month of April:—Revenue: General goods, 212 tons, £278/6/3; wool, 4044 bales, 644 tons, £856/2/4; live stock —sheep 1781, horses 27, £51/4/1; passengers—1s...

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

fENDERS. Tenders are invited for the erection of about seven (7) miles of Six wire fence on Rnthven resumption. Posts to be 12ft. apart 22 inches in. the ground; strainers, 3ft. in the ground. All posts to be biased ail strainers barked. Contractor te find everything with exception of wire. Tenders to close May 27th. Apply to MAJOR RIGHRETTI 3-4 c/0 W. L. Walker, BarcaldinM Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade HosPlM. LONGREACH BRANCH GRAND BALL Jand SPORTS June 2nd and June 8rd (Klngf# Birthday) ■ (Proceeds in aid of Longreach Am bulance Brigade. A BALL will be held on the erenfag of June 2nd, and SPOBTS OK Saturday, 3rd Jane (King's Birth day). FOOT-RUNNING EVENTS INCLUDB 75 yardB Open Race, let £5, 2nd £1.) Nom. 2/-. ^ 75 yards Footballers, 1st £3; 2nd £1. Nom. 2/-. 75 yards Youths, £1. Nom. If-. Throwing at Wicket, 10/-. Nom* 1/ Kicking Football, 10/-. Nom. I/* High Jump, 15/-. Nom. 1/-. Tug-of-War, 6 men aside, £2/2/-* Nom. 3/ per team. Nominations to be received by Messrs O'...

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

Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8TOVE8 MJ3ION DOVER No. 6 £6/2/6, No. 7 £6/12/6, No. 8 £7/2/6. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-. No. £8, No. 9 £8/6/-. BOILER STANDS lOgal. 80/-. ligal. 88/6/14gal. 87/6. All other stoves, ranges, camp ovens galvanised Iron, nails, locks, fto Large quantities dressed *nd rough pine and bardwtod always in stosfc at lowest prices, AGENT for tile Emerald District ( hicb includes Comet to Jericho) Clermont aid Sprlngsure tor the NON-PUNCTURABLE) Motor Tubes, a boom to motor rnr ovnera. brow your pump away. No pumplM. no tube trouble. Will run 100,0 0 miles. Send for price list to— T SPEMTCER, 'I'tt. oer Merchon, 3S . ERA.LD Exterminate the Blow-Fly Pest By properly spraying your sheep with an I.B.C. Power Spraying Plant. VMs plwut baa been specially designed for spraying sbesp to piow-fty, uoA is A* dlreot result of out many ysars apsrtwm In (■I «nA wBipltn plants. Vbl pump Is a high-class Duplex with outside packed brass pluagen jinfl bnn ban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Station Managers! Why eeii to Melbourne tor your stationary T Trjr the "Champion" office for your no| lot oi memos., receipt books, lopea, or letter paper. _,j

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Jericho Shire Council. Usual Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Jericho Shire Council. Usual Monthlf Neettnj. A meeting of the Shir* Council was held on Wednesday, 10th May, 1928, at vUsh there we presentCrs. w. jr. Presland (chairman), w. If. B. Daniels, J. Finley, J. Huttoa, F. rangafon, J Bloxsom, c. Knieta*, w. Gram bauer, an,, the Clerk, *r, A. Duke. Leave of absence was granted Cr. Mclvor. Minutes were taken as read. A letter was received tram Mr. R. Hoskin, Tresililaa. Aipfc«, aslc ing for information re lioensed gates. The information having pre viously been supplied, the letter was received. Letter received treat icr. V H. Humphreys r0 opening of kis pri vate road. The letter was tabled for a month, on the motion of Cr. Langston, seconded bf Or. Gram bauer. A letter was recelfed from the Lands Department, Barcaldiue, stat ing that w. H. flcafe had made application for a spooled lease of Box Flat Reserve, and asked the Council if they had any objection 10 the lease being granted- Proposed by Cr. Grambauer that the Coancil objects to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

THE ' NEW IDE 4 Fencing Dripper SELF FASTENING HO TIES OB CLIPS REQUIRED 60 FEB CENT CHEAPER AND 1M FEB CENT BETTER THAN ANT OTHER DROPPER ON SHI harket. ALL HADE OF SPECIALLY IMPORTED SPRING STEEL DROPPER WOOL WHICH WEI GUARANTOD AND STRONGLY RHCOMMXND Six Gauge for S'toep and Division Fencing. Gauge Length 8paoLn«B Approximate Weight. 6 2 feet • 5 6 68 60 0per ton 6 2 feet 6 6 6 812 .6000 per ton Six Gauge Wire is approximately 3/16iu. in thioknese Sneoial heafry 4-gauge for Cattle and BouudaryFencee., 4 2 feet 12.12 for Catile 4000 pta ton « 6.6,6 8 • 4000 per ton 4 2 feet o.o.o o ■ 4 2 feat 6.6.6.812 3000 per ton Four Gauge Wire is approximately Jin. in thick ess {MTKBiaiDIATa LKNOTHfi STATE SPACES 08 AND GAU »,OF WDUB »«8?am VERS CAN RE HADE FOB A* I SPACINGS AND FOB AST GAUGE OF WIRE. BA B OB PLAIN. TH HEW A FEKGiHG DROPPER (R LTD, PATlNniS AID MANUFACTUBBBfc WORKS — " «S Oorw»pcu'* MORE LENGTH KHGLOC SIT WIS —- UNLESS rr WERE GOOD 1530 yards pa cwt; 1340 H».lre*klBK Steals mo...

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American Wool Demand. Growers' Reward for Patience. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

American Wool Demand. Growers* Reward for Patience. Messrs. Winchiombe, Carson Ltd. report tinder date 18th May, 1922:—Patience may not always reap its due reward. Bat growers, whe, owing to the exigencies of bujiness, have been forced to vrait {or a - considerably longer period than customary to sell their wool, hare certainly reaped benefits from the delay. Daring the last three months the market has steadily advanced. Current prices, except for eaper parcels, are 10 to 20 pes cent, higher than those obtainable 12 weeks ago In some cases the increase is even greater. Excellent and sustained oom pertition ib being experienced from York shire the Continent, Japun and Australian manufacturers. American demand, how ever, is the factor responsible for the molt rt cent fillip in values. Without the accom* pelling force of American biddiLg tbe better wools would certainly be selling at slightly low or rates. It is not by any means the first time the wool market haB rnached more or lees s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Wnnflo' fjrrnt I'pnnprmint Ourp, For Coughs and Colds, never faita QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1863. Authorised Capital ... .£2,000,000 0 SubBoribed Capital ... 800,000 0 Capital Paid Up ... 799,740 0 Reserve 325,000 0 Interminable Inscribed De posit Stock 3,091,669 • DIfiECiOBS: James Miloe, Esq. (Chairman). Hon. G. W. Gray, Jan. Love, W. H Hart, Esq , L. C. LnvB,E(-q. CENEBAL MANAGES M. G. HAYMKN. BtWChes—London. Melbourne, Sydney aDd throughout Queensland. Ageats throaghont Anstralusia and tbe World. INEXPRESSIVE DAIRYMEN PAN BE FOUND IN V/ HVNBP3D8. who think big i'v of their BALTIC Seperai' r. and we have a heap of let:<-rs from EXPRESSIVE i u.rymen who have put their high opinions on paper BALTIC Separators are highest quality, easy oper ated. invincible skimmers Get Particulars | BALTIC | | Separator Co. Ltd. g g 18 ROMA ST. - BRISBANE | aiuiiuuHHunuuuuiininiiniiuiuiuiNiuuuuuuuuiiuO Loca' Agents— IHEACHAM A LETLANO, Barcaldln...

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SPORTING NOTES We will appreciate contributions of sport items for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

SPORTING r . , NOTES Wo will appreciate contributions of sport itoinB for this column. Aramac has been well advertised In consequence of the Foy Cup meet ing- Numerous southern and coastal newspapers quoted the remarks by Centus" on the quality of the hor ses engaged. A New Zealand sporting writer be stows the title -Of "Gloaming, the Goldmine," v°jj that champion of the .suri, who is certainly some "G.G." It is stated that Gloaming never Vw°-year-old, but in the succeeding four years he won 42 out of the 47 races he etarted in, and was second on four occasions. The J rfi?e in wb*cb be was unplaced was the North Island Challenge Stakes In the Dominion, a' race in which, he fell when the barrier rose. k reported from London that m, ? ' Australian, whc cams Uke.A Hon into League cricket, thuB tor has performed like a lamb There are do indications vet of lite intention of the Australians who are Joming to England, and remaining there. Oldfield, when questfond by a representative of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Mr. J. B. LOCH, OPTOMETRIST, Will Visit Longreacb, 26th to 31st May R. H. CLARKE, Town Cartel BARC A.J^JDXITE Meet* all trains. Passengers' Luggage a Speciality. Phone 68 TBESPASS NOTICE. ANY person found trespassing on or removing stork from Caledonia or Taucred holding without permission of the undesigned prosecution wl'l follow without respect to persons. 3R1AM J. KELLY. -Smths Manager. NOTICE DROVERS and travellers are cautioned against trenpus-ing or watering utocb ^n. Mom da Dam. Proseontion will follow without respect of persons. <d By order, ANDREW REID. NOTICE. W. G. THOMPSON, lUitf MAK^R and TANK SINHEB Etc- Etc. ESTIMATES given for Overshot DunB &nd By-washes. 1 Elevated Earth Tanks built to «erve the purx>0Be of galvanised iron tanirg From 20,000 to 100,00o gal lons. Repair work done. Address: OAK-STREET, Phone 146. ' BAECALDlHH. CHURCH : " ENGLAND GRAMMAR CHOOL, BRISBANE. _-JBoys receive^ as boarders and day scholars from tip age of seven. The Scho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club. Fourth Annual »ace Meeting, Thursday and Friday, June 15th and 16th, 1922 GRASSFED. PROGRAMME FIRST DAY. 1st Raco to start at 11 a.m. 1. MAIDEN PLATE, 5 furlongs. Trophy valuie £7/7/-. let prize value £6/6/-, 2nd prize value £2/2/. For all horses that have not won a race. Weight-for-age with 2 stone' 71bs. added. Entrance 6/. 2nd Race to start at 11.45 a.m. 2. 1st HACK RACE, 4 furlongs. Tro phies value £7/7/-. 1st prize £6/5/, 2nd prize trophy £2/2/. 11 stone up Entrance 5/-. LUNCHEON. 8ra Race t° start at 2 p.m. 3. MUTTAfiURRA BRACELET, 7 firlongs. A handicap. Trophies value £42. 1st prize Bracelet 30 guineas; 2nd prize Bracelet £7/7/, 3rd prize Bracelet £3/3/-. All horses to be nominated by ladleB. Entrance 20j- e winner in hp <he recipient of a ribbon pieispntpil tiy Mr F Wilson, of Penlan l)uw< a. 4th Race to start at 2.45 p.m. 4. WINWICE HANDICAP. 6 furlongs let Trophy value £16/16/- presented by Mrs. Herbert R. Brookes. 2nd t...

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A CASE OF LEProSY. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 27 May 1922

A CASE OF LEPROSY. Brisbane, Friday. Early in the week the Health Auth- orities were notified of a case of lep- rosy in the city. The patient, who was a youth, was conveyed to the lazaret.  

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

IN MEMORIAM. Goldstiver—In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister (Theresa), who departed this life 24th May, 1920 We mourn for you, dear Theresa, No eyes may see us weep.   But many a silent tear we shed, While others are asleep Inserted hy her sorrowful parents, Mrs   and Jack Mulcahy and family. IN MEMORIAM. Thurecht.—In loving memory of Andrew Thurecht, who died at Hill- crest, Rockhampton, 25th May, 1920. Inserted by his widow and family. THANKS NOTICE.   (SPie wish to thank the Doctor and Sis fer Knight (who was acting as mat fon) and the nursing staff of tbe fiarcaldine Hospital for their kind attendance to our little son Jack fturing his operation for appendicitis. Sgd. J. and L. FLETCHER.

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