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A FACT THAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

A FACT THAT EVERYONE • SHOULD KNOW. * As a rule, when a man gels something for nothing he fails to value it, but here's a valuable booklet which, on its sheer merit, is warranted to arouse the ap preciation of all who procurc it. This booklet deals very dearly with the various ailments stoci ;ire subject .to. .It enables anyn;:i ) diagnose a disease and rv^j: y ;i i3 f-atisfactory and scie:;ir'.-: K"..cdy. The publication of i'., fr.l little work is due to i1 live and enterprise <■. ^urrjical Supplies Ltd., Brisbawi in :.ion, a few pages are «le vo'i-d to useful information <v! :.;jr.^ical and veterinary in ' stock and station ki.'vs lioi'be and caltle remedies, honse ::,',1 cutlery, or sick-room re nu'.sitcs. This progressive finu ;; e recognised as specialists in a ■.-i 11iiride of things., not omitfir-:; .-■ale brands, car pliers, ;a;..<•<< '■nrcps, and appliances lur ilic Surgical Supplies l.td., in supplying such a number o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. Cars and Street Traffic To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

* 0,fR LETTER BOX. ]J Cars and Street Traffic, —oOo— To the Editor. Sir,—We are much surpriseA to eMi by your paper this morning that yoji publish, letters trom a continuous growler containing distinct personali ties- We cannot allow this to pas* unnoticed, as it Is not the first of fence, and your splenetic correspon dent makes a-particular point.of us ing our business name and them carefully referring, to "another store." You must know that thiB Is very bad form to refer to a private business firm in anonymous letters* through your long journalintta career. Other persons uonnectetf with our firm are not in public life, and, therefore, have a strong objeo tion to be dragg^ Into controversies ly vindictive letter writers. Tour correspondent is abusing a time honored privilege, and we shall b* compelled to use the law to protect ourselves against such unfair prac tices. In conclusion we ask for a public withdrawal of the comment on our business, which in our opin ion is harmful to ou...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

If you miss seeing Mr. G. E. Gilbert Our Special Representative in your Oistret CUT OUT this form AND POST TO-DAY REQUEST form To Charles Gilbert Limited. Please pout mo your m«w Wiot'T Season* patten bo b* of K<nniDe tailored suit- 10 mehsure including guaranteei indigo servos at ' our r vised lower prices 01 £5 5s, £6 6s. £7 7s, £8 8s. Cairiu^ti i ni>J Together with coinpleto easy self m< usur luent oatfit without tiny obligation on my part to order. Name. Addreit .vrtft., Y* u will receive by return mail a l>o >k of suitings thut will be a revelation iu tailoring values Iv.okod bv onr thirty yars practical e*;eri. nc- at Tailoring Specialists wbo guaiantee SAT ISFACTION or MONET BACK. t£8&Lr B/T/SB/t/W. Q{/£T£/vS: WE CLOTHE FATHER ARfi SC.V. Someday, Somewhere, Someone HAY make a Fencing Dropper Equal to the "KING-LOC" Fever Anyone Anywhere will make A BETTER O-IE. May we prove it ? NOW AVAILABLE No Ties No Wedges Made to your order Without ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

General Gatherihcj , The Public Work* Committee of the Melbourne City Council hM formulated proposals for the loan of £1,021,000. for road construction In the metropolis. /The scheme in volves the work ot paving the prin cipal thoroughfares ■within the city boundaries, and makes provision for asphalt anfl concrete paving of the secondary thoroughfares. Operations will extend for a period of seven years. "Is there anything known about defendant ?" asked the magistrate after the evidence had been given in a case heard at Ryde (Sydney) Court recently. The police produced a fearsome-looking list, which (showed that defendant had been con victed on 107 previous occasions. Seme federal officers in the Ameri can Civil War once sought ehelter for the night in an old, tumble-down shack. About 2 o'clock a polecat announced its presence it its own peculiar way. A German sat up and looked helplessly about him. The others were all Bleeping peace fully. " Mein Gott »" he exclaimed in tones of des...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

If you miss seeing Mr. G. £. Gilbert Our Special Representative in your Distrct CUT OUT THIS FORM and POST TO-day REQUES1 FORM To Charles Gilbert Limited. \ P)eane post me your new Winter Seoxoos pattern books of gtnuiae tailored suit* to meueure including guaranteed indigo eer^eB at >oar ru»ieed lower prices 01 £5 5s. £6 6s, C7 7s. £8 8s. Cuiriage («id Together with complete easy Belf-mtaaurpment outfit without any obligation o» my p»rt to order., Name. AddrePB., You will receive by return mail a hook of enitingg tbat will l)e a revelation in tailoring values backed by oar thirty ywus praotloal e*»«ri«noe as Tailoring Specialists who guarantee SAT ISFaCTION or MONEY BACK we Clothe father ah* son. gimniiiiimniiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiK 9?^ Rol \ I t V ■" t fflje [M; JHatl E FOE THE WOMAN OF THE 5 HOME! S Naturally every woman wants to S know what is going on in the world 2 feeyond her own little circle. S —Shi wants to know who's who, S and whit's happening in the social S whir...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Stocks and Figures Outlook Completely Reserved. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Wool tocks and Figures —nfta— Ontlook Completely Reserved. Messrs. Wiuchcombe Carson, LI*,, Bnsiiune, report :—Time is a wan* derful healer. A j jar ago sheen* o\vueis were called upon to faQg 8lacibtics which were suflicient ttj make the most courageous tremblCWi On Lang and "to arrive, over 5 mlln lion bales ol Australian and NeW{ Zealand wool were estimated to ^41 consumption in the world's mltlto They comprised Bawra. stocks, uV. sold owners' wools, and the tlutS unshorn Australian clip. The figures In themselves wenj| " enough to 'promote that most fata] of all commercial ills^nervousnetfit But contrary to anticipations, tH| manufacturing side of the wool trade quickly evidenced revival. $$ twblve months, Bawra stocks hafg been reduced by approximately onS, million bales, unsold wools ha^i almost found aurchasers, and by tMS ' ena of June ll million bales of current clip will - have passed int# buyers hands. • Despite the fact that 1} million baleb of Bawra wool are still unsol...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

— \ Barcaldfine School of Arts. The nscul monthly meeting of Baroaldioe School of Arts Committee was held In th reading room ou Wednesday evening, Ma; 8l»i. lit which there were present:—Messrs B. H. ClartH (President. is the ohatr), F C. IJobler, W. T, McKie, Rev. W. B. liayea, and Secretary (Miss (Jaria James). Messrs J. Farrell, 8. Hoy, P. Bourke and K. Park, ■who bad been attending another meeting, arrived late. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The only correspondence was a com munication re books, which was handed to the liuok Committee. ' An account, Campbell, James & .Tames, £8 16s 9d. prim inn and advertising, was passed for payment The bank balance was £14 3s. The Secretary reported she had thoro ughly circularised the town sna district ; and had received several responses; she was hoping for more. She also reported the txtra light bad been pat in, end was very satisfactory ; the extra insurance had been attended to She acknowledged re ceipt ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Station Hanagers! Wtiy Co Melbourne for your pttllonflr/r Tip, the "Champion" office for rcir n«xjf lot of memos., receipt b""k«. lopos, or letter paper. Typewriter ' i he Smii/i Prttnur nniplvti' KeybonnJ. In Kichanceable Carnnc. immovable Hlntcn. ,7 /ic silent I.. C. Smr THeducta no ice br *""> Hull bcBrini! typehnm "IhnnriftRshifl l-»- Hii: ftSI' "-'SB JitiOn.; .» .'..i.ca ol all muke* irurt Mqnlhl> llsl Doll lr«* Compact Reliable tiimplt £17 17—Cft«h Mi "IM-tMN TV flSOS Queer FOR STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKINS Use— ELLIOTTS "Neverstick" Utktgtoss IReg'd) Qturuitwd to cure and nnovaii the (tickiett Leather and Oilckim pr*curtblc> U«c it ftlto for S5y and Mwcr Hoodi. e»c. Absolutely WfcMrpfoof Sold in two colour*—Nifural nd Blaek. N-»iur»l is tiaed for inaunfi *11 coloured leather* NEVERSTICK driw in H minutes. Sold SffSftT5'0'" Price 313 a tin WhoUnlc A|ent> for Qye«niUnd; Arthur Scotl & Co..Edward SI..BHibane ,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alpha Notes. From A Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Alpha Notes. From A Uncieapondsnt. A very encceiiful fancy dress ball in aid of | the Alpha Brass Band was held at Alpha ob Thursday night last, the 25ib inst- The hall «a* nicely decorated with colored streamer* and spr»ysof Hovers In the Mntre of the hail, suspended from the ceil lag. was a boll filled with confetti, and to which sire mere were attached. A boot fifty fancy dresned couples participated in tbe Grand March. When the arch in the March *&s beidg formed, a string was p.ll.d, breaking the streamers and allowing | a shower of confetti to fall. This, with the fancy costuaes.. piesented a mj pretty apeotacl*. The judgu.g was done by tbe Cblic in the form ot voting papers. The it fanoy-dressed set was won by Mrs. J Thorpe's set, "Indian Bajahs"and Prin Msses," with fotty-two votes. Miss B Lees set. " Honey Dew," was second with thirt)-nine votes Other sets were Hiss I. StandUh's •• Gondoliers" aud Mrs, Patter* ••n'e " Cowboys and Cowgirls." The best dressed ladies' p...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

' DREPARED from my orlfj ■ C'.i-iS formula, it fs nneq ualleci ior partial buSdness, Dandrull, Falling lialr, and all hair itstd sca!|> troubles. PactlciiliirJy recommended lor dry scoips, (or use by men, women cr cli'Idrcn. Also prepared In Ilqulcl (nun-oily) torn;, Price S/6. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Also (lie tornous Craven-Ourtcigh llair Darlcener. Soap. Face Cream, Face Powdcr.Shnmpoo 14owilcw, Toolb Paste, Shovfno Sltcli. tie. tr$ «■ tor Job FrtttUnf.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

OVEMJUlfl 4-THE MYSTERY CAE Wonderful spnaging. L.;vft possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering. Eolds the road as well or better than a big car. & od in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to su t our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISE. You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it. WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service •OMPLETE DI8MANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR W0RK8. ^SHBSIS LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Ilfracombe Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Ilfracombe Shire Council The general monthly meeting of II fracombe Shire Council was held at the Council office, 12th May, 1922. This meeting was adjourned from the 4th on account of the Longreaeh Show. There were present:—CrB. T. McMaster (chairman), J. Inglis, D. Hamilton, A. Howatson, J. Laid law, J. Y. Shannon, M. Nicholson, and A. J- Arnold. This is the first time the full Coun cil were present since the general elections. The minuteB of . previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.— Messrs. Meacliam & Leyl-vJl*ar caldine, wrote saying that Mr. F Price was going to Brixton on the 13th inst., and that they were for warding sand and cement by train on the 11th inst. in order to enable him tn start work on the Brixton mill. The clerk was instructed to attend to the matter Mr R Li. Hartley wired that the juKor and female ^ges rate^had been reduced by 2/ ® . th,j where there was an was reduced by lid. per hbur. Horse drivers owning their own turnouts, man with...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

B. H. CLARKE, Town Carter A.T_jT.s« CME ' Meota all triu'us. IVf-'PR-WF' Luggage a Speciality. PhoneJ68. .1^. Bookseller, Stationer. Wev-sagent, Toh»C.rW3!i>f', BAECALDINE. j FOOTBALLS—Boys Leather Nob. 1, 2, 3, 4, and Men's Match II. POBTg—School, Lunch, til slug. Bladdors all sizes. TENNIS BALLS—Ayrea Champlor R.PARK. Oak-street - BKRCALDINE Our Jobbing Department U replete in gt«t detail, and la under tbe Per sonal supervision of one of the fr» Vrletora. "Champion" OBop.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY JUNE 3, 1922. Too Hide-Bound [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Vita sine literis mors est. BABCALDINE SATURDAY JUNE 3, 1922. Too Hide-Bound —Ul/W— In the spirit of {airplay, which we peek to observe on all occasions, we have endeavored to view Mr. Theo dore and his political actions In a favorable light- We bow to his Jndg- 1 ment on some large industrial ques tions, and admit a great and worthy determination, on hip part, to make himself acquainted with matters which, in his earlier life, were in a sealed book. We grant he can "get up," say, for instance, the oil indus try and discuss in able fashion with Professor David the Queensland pros pects of such an industry, Just as a barrister gets a grip of an involved case inside a few hours- With a more liberal upbringing in the atmosphere of a British tradition, Mr. Theodore would not have such difficulties to overcome as he has now. In taking a broad outlook on men and men's af fairs. As the leader of a Labor Party be msy rightly represent a class, hut as the leader of a Labor Government he shou...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. The Alice River Settlement. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

ijjpc ■ jocoflaow (tf'R UTTER B0X. ft «acws£^> •*Z2sax?* The Alice River Settlement. Hi m* Miter. Sit,—Mr. W- (i Higga, Federal Member 'or Capricorn ib, in tbr course of hit audres* cuticisieg Mr. Tceodure. and the action of be Queen street Government, i« repotted t>y " rhe Uoniaii Bulletin" to bave aaii: - -'The first Sooiallitio txperiment of (he 1801 atrike wu at the Alice Eiver, u the iim'Otttdine dirtrtot Probably the moat substantial (enoe put ronnd a holding in Australia wai erected by the unionists without charge The settlement com ■Braced with excellent prospects, bat ■traduaUy dwindled (torn several hundred Communists to seven, who converted the Socialistic properly into a freehold orobard jtabsrquently these individualist* eold th>> properly and divided the proceeds.' —The rtettlemcnt started certainly with most brilliant prospects 7h>- men hud no money and bnt little clothing, bnt the re sidents ot the district came forward nobly with money, rations, cloth...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Can Be Depended Ufou. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints- Relieves griping, all kinds of diarrhoea, and at the first unusual looeenrss of the bowels should to taken. It can be de pended upon even in the most severe and dan* fcrous cases. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Uracil k Bone.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

H SYMONDS, Bon 10 Phone 18 Opposite Railway GondB ~hed, 6ARCALDINE. MEN'S MEBCER, Tobacconist, Fancy foods Dealer, <Ssc. t ORTMliNTS of Stfteon, Borsaltno, and Australian HATS, and All Linos ..f MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS, 4e, at Reasonable Prices A gent for Ciolden Caehet Silent L O. Smith Typ iwritors and AcoeotoiiL-H Corona Portable Typewriter] — HOBABT KTKEY WEEK — latest intormntion on Sporting Ey o Largo axportment of L 4 Go's and Barling's Pipe*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

I '>gj ,;.££ '• . '• :f^ fi> ' • • "••'• .;,r jgf. f J \ \ . TALUK Championship of Australia. SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW 1922 A YEAR'S SUCCESSES, 1921-22. Him, WINS SHOW, 1&22— Cbmiteaaklp «f Australia for Port, ttwt PrlM (or Port. Piret Priu tor Export Burgundy. Pint PrKi (or Hock. PlMtPite (or Full Bodied Dry Red (U ■ttrUt—17 Prtees). M all: Championship, 4 Firsts, I 0tMnda, fi Thirds. MELBOURNE TOE SHOW, First tor Red Wine, Full Bodied. First for Red Wine, Sweet (Port). First for White Wine, Sweet First for Red Wine, Port Type, First for Red Wine. Sweat (Port). (In all: 6 Firsts, 3Seconds,and 1 Third). I ADELAIDE WINE 8H0W. lWt— First for Full Bodied Dry Wine. First tor Full Bodied Fruity (Portt. First for Sherry. First tor Port (Light Colore*). First for Port (Dark). (In all: 5- Firsts, 7 SecondB. ia< 1 Third). WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS, ROCKHAAflPTON.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Trinity College of Music Entertaining Lecture-Recital by Mr. Egerton Lowe. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Trinity College of Music Entertaining Lecture-Recital by Mr. Egerton Lowe. The Trinity college of MubIc, Lon don, Examiner, Mr- Egerton Lowe, visited Barcaldine last week to Lold the annual practical examinations in connection with that Institution. While here Mr Lowe very kindly offered to give a lecture-recital to musical students and those interest ed in music generally. Friday night was chosen, and the Sisters of Mercy, who are always so willing to. further any branch of art, placed a piano and their large room at his disposal. Although the entertain ment waB hurriedly arranged, and the only means of, advertising same was per medium of the school child ren, over 100 persons attended. It Is no exaggeration to say that they received a musical treat and a musi cal Instruction worthy of any audi ence of any city. We were indeed fortunate to have heard Mr. Lowe. It is a pity that other gentlemen who vipit Barcaldine in a similar capa city are not prompted by the same generous impulse...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Wool Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

The Wool Market. The Queensland Primary Producers' Co operative Agency, Brisbane, report thut tb«y will bi: olf.rtng a cattt.ogae of 6763 bales of wool on Thursday, let June. The total tfforiuge at the eetiea will cooeibt of 50,000 baled spread over three days, namely, tbe 30ih and 31et of May, and let of June, The outlook as regards prices :a moat promising. It is nut expected that record breaking; prices will be obtained for tbe oboiQest wools, I'tit, on the other nunri, the average values realised will nrobably >x cei-tl anything previously recorded in tlii* market. In this connection it in interest ing to refer to our forecast of sis months ago (Dcconibtr, 1921) when we wrote :— " It iB proverbially difficult tr> forecast wool values, but tbis much may be said with confidence that tnere are stron^r indications of a firm market in the New Year, than of anyeeiioui diop in valuee, and there are reasonable gr.nndB for lip inn tbat by tbe end of July next tbe whole or the wool ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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