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The Railway Appeal Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

The Railway Appeal Board. ^iHiw The Railway Appeal Board Bat yesterday. The members present ^rere Mr. W. E. Ferguson (Chair man). Mr. J. Chambers (represent ing the Commissioner) and Mr. W. frnniHnn (representing the employ ees)' C. F. Thompson's appeal against B- Baker's appointment wai> dismissed. J. B- L. Major and t P-. I Thompson appealed against M V.f Healy's appointment as Clerk In th$ Claims Section ol the Depart ment. Mr. W: M- Donald appear ed for the appellants and when the Mstory cards were produced 'he vi gorously objected to any notice be ing taken of the remarks on the of Major's card. He contended the-Act did not give any person the * power to make censure remarks on the back of the history cards. Mr. B. Roberts, for the Department, said there was nothing in the Act to pre vent It.. The Chairman announced that this would b® decided later, but in the present case It was not lnte^ ded to take any notice of the re marks on the back of iry of tbc| carflB. Evidence "wa...

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

M V In a motor car'lite transmission of inline power, the road shocks, and resistance to cuts and abrasions from contact with the road, all fall on the tyres; in fact, without theiti motoring would he impossible. The experience of the majority of motorists in this country is that " Railroad'' DUNLOP stand up to this hard work better than any other tyres, and their dependable service is rendered at a lower cost per mile.' No tyre gives you greater strength, better quality, or equals the " Dunlop" for value. Excellent wear, freedom from trouble, and a big aver age mileage go with every "Railroad." Always use them—it paysf Ad Garages can supply. •UNL0P RUBBER COJ OP AUST. LU. All State* Ami N.Z. P Lrv< Brisbane House : 268-74 Adelaide Street. PERDRIAU aSS^TYRES mms Rare and Beautiful la tin; PETERSEN Nnnariea, ready for imiacdJate planting, are 50,000 Rom Trees, funpiieing over 3C0 named var* irtiu. They rrpreunl the very cream «f tho Rone World, producing exquie* itely form...

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

ATCHERLEY & DAWSON'S Celebrated Teas. Coffees and Cocoas. Mr. 1!. E. DALTON, Central-Western representative will visit BARCAL D1NB on or about SATURDAY, JUNE 10th Inst And \All be pleased to receive orders from all old friends and new cus tomers. ARAMAC and DISTRICT TO FOLLOW . Chilly Nights call for Warm Blankets & Rugs. TO all who want the best Blankets ana Ruga tiie town can offer—sizes, weights, materials, sightliness, ser vice-giving quality and prices com pared we offer these. They are typical of this store's big values, and for cheery warmth on col^ nights you'd be well advised to secure a few pairs while such- low prices - pre vail. GIBSON'S Departmental Stores, (.1. II. BOlDttl.tN) General merchants, LONCREACH

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[?] COMMENTS [?]LANC[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

' ■ s '/ hri-t^A /£?; H/ ) . ... LaNCI Quite a number ot people have ex pressed disapproval of the If*0* meUiod ot coadiicting the affairs ot a Stale when . It succeeds in secur ing the power to do so, but few have expressed their views so strongly as Sir Allen Taylor did while speaking at Hobart the other day He said that Labor was both xnworthy aud unfitted to administer SSug but an ordinary fowl hous* Md added that the greatest curses Australia had ever suffered were due to Labor domination. The foregoing is rather plain talk tog, and no doubt plenty of people will say Sir Allen is quite right, but fee went further and declared that •Iter 26 years' experience methods his opinion was that tne country could not exist under Labor domination ; as Labor had not «nough commonsense to govern, i had no business acumen, and was tocompetent. The new ^Government lad a lot of dirty work to clean UP" -After this the party will come to the conclusion that nobody of Sit 'Allen's calibre, loves ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Water Supply Account RECEIPTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

I Water Supply Account RECEIPTS Balance Bank New South Walw, 31/12/20. £124/7/7; Water Rates Ara mac, £222/8/-; Muttaburra. £176/1*': Stores acct., £50/19/-; total, £67* .12/11. EXPENDITURE ■ Interest an* redemption Arnma% £88/13/-; Mnttaburra. £U/3/l0f Maintenance Aramac. £70/7/7; Mnt* *taburra, £43/4/9; Balance Bonk N. (R.W. Aramac. £155/14/1; Mntta jburra. £49/14/8; Stores, £6B/1B/7| j total, £574/12/11.

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Shire Fund. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Shire Fund. RECEIPTS General Rates, £4241/13/7; XUH serve Fees, Aramac. £363/8/7; taburra, £164/17/3; CatUe Dip, £7T| 12/3; Bore Reserve, £23/0/9; Mutta* burra Bore. £30; Public Pounds, £if 17/11;- Sanitary acct.,£427/6/-; i?hir| Hall, £207; Spraying acct,, £7G/U/5f Soldiers' Memorial, £142/l5/il( Watering Pees, £125/1/10; Whc4 Tax, £53/10/-; Mfttodmill acct., £30f Miscellaneous, £88/6/-. Total, £6770 1/6 EXPENDITURE Balance Bank N.S. Wales, 31/12/2% £1160/3/4; Aramac Reserve, £25/11 '*| Aramac TownBhip, £67.1/5/2; Ara y.afl Bore Reserve, £111/11/9; BuirjuW ting, £199/11/-; Cattle Dip, <*27| 12/11; Interest and Redemption, 11/-; Salaries, £879/9/8; General Expenses, £306/8/-; Law Expense^ £109/14/5; Printing and AdveillslnUi £42/13/6; Petty Cash, £31/10/-| Shire Hall, £293/2/6; Road Plant* £182/4/6; Spraying acct., £67/6/6f iMuttaburra Telephone Exchange, £ilf 6/6; Sanitary acct., £526/17/1; Tool0 and Repairs, £60/13/1; Works, £122J '13/3; Miscellaneous, £299/6/4; Bal* an...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Assets and Liabilities 1921. ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Assets and Liabilities 1921, ASSETS Aramac Bore Cottage, £33/19'?; Aramac Tool Sbed, £42/17/2: Arrears of Rate- JeCP'2/5BlOls. fS7/ll«.'i«f Boats, <-130/0/2; Cemeteries. £105 11/6; Council Paddocks. £231/3/1; Tjflnd acct.. £46/0/9; Grev Pock M'll, £1356/16/11; Kelly's Tan!:. £805/12/9; Lake Bore. £280/13/8; Muttaburra Bore, £53/12/4; Road Plants. £645 3/9; Shfre Hall. £963/13/6: Pecrea fion Res., £134/6/10: Shire Hall Fur niture acct., £367/14/4: Sanitary acct., £1000; Separate Rates. 1/11; 20-MfIe Bore £610/0/8: Thomn son Bridge, £1490/9/5: M'lHa bnrra Telephone Exchanpe ""IS 15/5; Suspense account £1/2/-; Windmill account. £47 /13 /5; Po pulation, £4013/9/1: Stores. ?25 i/10; Tramway Buildings. £4257/7/9; Hattle Yards. £246/12/5: Construc tion acct.. £76.442/7/-: material sc., El57/7/4: Plant. £362/15/5; Furni ture acct., .HI0/12/4: roIMng utnclc, W614/7/-: Sheep Yard". *367/12/-; Bnlanceq Bank New SntttT* Wales, P2815/15/9. Total. £103 670/8/4. T.TABITiinHS Capital acc...

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Aramac Tramway RECEIPTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Aramac Tramway RECEIPTS Balance Bank New South Wales* 131/12/20, S1R38/10/3; PnRStfljers ani "Parcels. £2184/3/-; Gonrts pnrf Mn Stock. £10614/7/7; Mail* £220; Mts , ofiTlaneous, £147/12/9- Total, £14.684 13"/7. EXPENDITURE • Maintenance, £2054/7/1; Track Hire, £1021/16/6; Wages acct., £178^5/2; Salaries, £647/9/2; Coal(j £663/9/11: Interest and Redemption, £4256/8/4; Loco- Exps.. £356/6/4f Insurance, £184/1/7; Buildings, £426 6/1; Cattle Yards, £16/10/-; Office Exps.. £95/17/10;; Pettv Cash. £26| Telephones, £82/12/-; Traffic Exps., £132/10/8; -Rolling Stock. £313/16/8J Sheep Tarda, £72/12/10; Miscel laneous. £35/16/3; Balance Bank New South Wales 31/12/21, £2560. Total, £14,624/13/7.

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

IFooife' Gn at Penpprroiiit Corn, F« Coagka a»d CoU«, nerer fai The State Government Insurance Office v transacts Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance on the most favourable terms. FIVE YEARS' RESULTS Approximate Amounts Insured— Fire and MisceUaneoos Accident £ J. jSOO^OOO £3,500,000 HEAD OFFICE: Gift. Insnruce Building, George and Elizabeth St*., Brisbane 3'anchet at—Warwick, Ipswich, f oowoomba, Kama, Kockhunplan, Bundaberg, Maiyfawough. Mount Morton, TowneviHo, Cairo* Agimcit■ ia all town* throughout tha State. John A. 'lVataon, CoxkUhJuit. Roberts, Barca^dioe.

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St [?] [?] FOR [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

St Cm v^K fc.No ~ nUuL FOR ui' vj i Nv St Fuuh's biiiool U lb*' second Itiiool 10 Lie ctiubiibUe^ uuder tlie Jiocesuu bchi-uiu o£ Education. It i to be openco iu October and will U;b© pupils for preparation for Uie various .public examinations up to lie Senior University standard The site or the school is « magni ficent one without rival In Queena aad within a-ey walking distance C the cent-e of the rising seaside own of Yapproa Preliminary Prospectus and other Qformation c*u be obtained on ap i'.ir.Htlnn to ll.e Diocesan Secretary, '»cx 18, O-P.O., William-street, Uockhnmpton, of any of the Paro c'l'al Clergy. J Ji 4 1 j I ■ I . . ; . ST. PETER;S CHURCH OF ENG LAND SCHOOL (Boarding aud Day) for BOYS and GlilLS at BAilCAL 1)1 NE. ' Headmaster: The Rer. E. ROBINSON B.A., Th.L. Tbia School is the Aral to be estab lisbed under THE EDUCATIONAL SCHEME OF THIS DIOCESB OF HOCKHAMPTON, which has for Its objects the provision tor the Boys aud Girls Central Queensland of a sound General and C...

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My Lady's Toilet. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Lady's Toilet. In the elegant dayB of the 18th Cen tury, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. This v.as chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were (amouB for their brilliant complex ions and graceiul figures, and the following simple recipes, some old fashioned, some modern, may not come amiss to ye lady of the 20th Cen tury. Tile tariiui Feminine. Most wumou wiil (suUer anything in order to improve their looks. In order to keep liur complexion in its i iib tine freshness, the I81I1 ' ^aiuiy "belle" subjecled herself i«i a mn-s; Painful "skinting" p voces.-, whereby the old bkin was pee'ed off with carbolic, leaving the .ew skin under neath exposed. Ou.ic us me melius was, the theory ,vas excellent. Everyone of us. has a clean new skin just beiow the soiled outer one, tftat is nov/ visible. The modern ap plication of this principle is to use Mercollsed Wax. ThiB is applied just like ordinary cold cream, but on account of the oxygen i...

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

■:i J Batter'es oj an Makes Inspected and Recharged ervice LET us regularly test your Batteries and keep them in order, so that your Car will always run smoothly. It is an important ■service ren? dered by th.s Qarage yet the coS is very small. !pi! I <DY£R & WHYTE Mechanics ASH STREET, BARCALDINE Phone 131 rV>y..'.TT Don't beaCrifiiL It is a crime to suffer pain when there is a remedy within your rc.n'h You may have to bear the pain am deprivation, but others have to bia with you and you have no moral r.^lr to be a burden upon your ivople am cause them annoyance if th»- «av .11 means of a cure be within yuut re.u.. Be kind to the only bodv you have !;eep it in repair so as 10 enjoy 1 while you may. You will be a Inn titne dead- The world has no use (<• dead, and very little for a.lii k p Surely you have hearo of Co.inii Salve,_ the Australian Rush Reined* and its wonderful penetrating an< curative properties. Hundreds o' SWORN testimonials...

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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

SPORTING r.-tv, notes W« will aiipreoiat" contributions of spor items for ihis column. Br"'"C up at Townsville has been prouperous during the past year. Vta local Turf Club not only paid •way £5000 in prizes, but recorded a profit of £1130, and is the happy possessor of a bank balance of 5U00 An interesting entrant for the y.R.C. Grand National Hurdle Race ta All Abroad, who ran away with Ifee Brisbane Handicap at the Nov ember meeting of the Q.T.C. in 1920, (says the "Week's" sporting ■writer). Amazonia and Walk On, other flat racers, well-known to Brisbane turf followers, are otherB bngaged in the race Fred Hood, a well-known Jockey down Sydney way, has been getting Into trouble for not attending to bis income tax returns. It was Mated that he had not made avail able to the department his income tax returns since 1918. Hood had been previously convicted on two occasions. On the first occasion, November 25th, he wbb fined £3, ttnd In June, £2. In connectioii with ttie present charg...

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Victoria THE PASTORAL INDUSTRY. OUTLOOK SERIOUS IN SOUTHERN STATES. PROTRACTED STR[?]GGLE PROBABLE. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Victoria THE PASTORAL INDUSTRY OUTLOOK SERIOUS IN SOUTHBM9-' STATES. PROTRACTED STkUGUUS PROBABLE. Melbourne, Friday. The outlook for the pastoral in* dustry as the result of" the A.W-U. refusing to accept Justice Powers' aw.rd is very serious. Mr. Blakeley, President of the Union, plated yeg' terJay that he din not think the mea would shear at all. He regarded the position as Tery black, an^ there wa* nothing to prevent s protracted straggle. He expressed the opinio* that the end of arbitration bed ar rived, though the men would b» willing to confer with the pastoraltats to see if any way could ,be found out of the difficulty. \

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Trinity College Music Examinations. Barcaldine Successes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Trinity College Music Exami nations. Barcaldine Successes. The following is a list of success* ful candidates in* the Trinity College of Music (London) examinations,, held, in Barcaldine by Mr. Bgerton Lowe on Thursday and Friday last, May 25th and 26th. Thirty-nine , pupils sat and thirty-four passed, nine obtaining honors. The major ity of the candidates were presented I by the Sisters of Mercy, MiBS M. Vance, L.T.C.L., having success fully coached four to success. The. greatest praise is due thp Sisters for the excellence of their tuition, for they are invariably post con spicuously successful in V'l music 'examinations- The pupils, too, mtust .be congratulated on their success'; especially Misses Doreen Fysh and Nancy Lynch for their success la the Teachers' Diploma (Associate)'' Division. These two young ladlee have yet to do their paper work on "The Art of Teaching" and "Teach ers' Rudiments" before gaining thetr letters—A.T.C.L. The examination will be held on Saturday, June ...

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New South Wal[?] YOUTHFUL TRAIN WRECKER WANTED TO SEE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN! Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

New Sratfe Wal s YOUTHFUL TRAIN WRECKER WANTED TO SEE WHAT WOULD) HAPPEN! Sydney, Friday. In connection with the attempt t*> wreck the Brisbane express on Tues day afternoon near Epplng, the police arrested a local lad, aged 13, who stated that he placed a sleeper across the line to see what would happen, when the expreBB struck it.

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

Notice* "W^HEREAS under the provisions of Local Authorities Act 1902 to 1920, a notice of Bale of all that land mentioned and described in Deed of Grant No. 31901 voiume 15 folio 248 being allotment 1 of Section 2 Town | of Araiuac containing 1 rood and 26 perches, was duly published in the I Government Gazette on the Twenty i seventh day of August 1921, and in the "Western Champion" on the twentieth day of August, 1921, the seventh day of September 1921 and the twelfth day of November 1921, AND WHEREAS in the said notice of sale the name Edward Schneider was inadvertently given as the registered proprietor thereof, the correct name being Daniel Carrington Hainsworth of Aramac, blacksmith, and in all other respects the said notice was correct. DATED this twenty-fourth day of May, 1922. C. B. BUXTON, Registrar, District Court, Barcaldtne R J.' McCULLOTJGH. ^Solicitor. Barcaldtne.

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BRISBANE WOOL SALES. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

BRISBANE WOOL SALES. Brisbane, Friday. The seventh series of wool sale* closed yesterday. Over one million sterling Was realise^ in three day* for 50,000 baJeB, During the last calendar month, including two series i of sales, over two million sterling Ihas been realised.

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

James Siivvari So. Ltd.. BLAK If you cofnj.tir.'' our v<iIucm wi*ti pt'.ur* you will U' 4t*ri>rl.-."4 .it te re Vblallon. if yu>. hn.'o n« •. \ i.m.v.i.cm i,v :■>.• i„. « Him Azures «■" uavo piac;il tiofiiru yen im-i:; i.im '<i i.11■ <•. 'in' (•!.•• Hi• • v?li' |>e fuuud ! ' fcupe'ior in every nspeci :iim ur |.;i< •- mtj.v royi.h:it>ie. r. iiiti.AMih'i'*. ;»i \ • a;/ v "J ll/V i'Z \ '.HI (J M x 67,-ft nit till x 2'.' (ic x a (HI x ii/ii II2.U ».I.A>KfciS. 64 x '.'I «:* x M JS X tfl) til X I'M #1 x 90 JM/*1 4 «/8 Si/ii «»'• ttiV (HI x Hi «« x *0 ftl X ft.. ;» » 50 X 90 2«/(i IWr *1/ Mi/ (ji il/IS. These good qu^IS'i.-o feiiiMire wjrn<»• without wcJ^hl hfi(t n.d Imaitoful. C x 4 12/* 6x5 Vi/l 1x6 m % ce.

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

BRITISH MADE £»,,& ^ f; f ;\v& "iM 6 ^ si '■- r.'t! « f Hose To be sold at less than Cost Price. Our London Buyer Is the cause of.all tills. Somehow or other be misinterpreted the -wording of a conple of - our Cables for Half Hog and forwarded us 6000 pair more than we really ordered- Unfortu nately ire did not know of thlij until It was too late- Some of the goods hare already arrived, and more will arrive within a few days. ^ J Ill ,,■/!■ Tills Is going to mean that we 'will be greatly overstocked In Hen's Half Hose. Certainly we do not want that. We have one alternative—sacrifice tills 6000 pair of our good clean stock. Further, we want a quick clearance—before stocking—so we have decided to sell them, at less than COST PRICE- It meanq a tremendous loss to us, bn what else can we dot We must Ijace It. This Ad- gives yon an Idea of the GREAT BARGAINS we offer. Our Prices will do the Mat .J i*I.|£ IJLL.il- iii u .1 ,1 Buy now and save money. 2/3 HALF HOSE FOB 1/11 G...

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