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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

; Sander & Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. Can be obtained at all chemists and atores. There-is no reason for patting tip with in ferior brands, .because yon oan obtain "SANDERS," whioh is not only reoogniced by the highest medical authorities, but is proved by the 8upreme Court, Melbonrne, tho best. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured for Medioal. nee, under the oonstant supervision of p medical man. | SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, inflnensa, bronohitis, diarrhoea, flatu lence, infections diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcere, piles itching chilblains. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes:—" I have used SANDER'S EXTRACT for the last 42 years with the very best result. Once a substitute given me, a larger bottle at same price result—No good. Only SANGER'S EX TRACTS enters my house." Aim Barrington & W. Danaber Members of TatteraallV Brisbane and Sydney. 'PhoneJ698. Registered Q.T.O. Our reputation stands alone for Largest Amounts, Liberal ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine&General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Misi&wlMgei His Lordship Bishop Crick pitd a visit to Barcaldine daring the week. Queensland Fruits exoel in fiavonri Buy' " BrATE" brand JAMS —the high grade Queensland product The Misses Gibson are at present the gaeetw of Mr. and Mrs W, George, prior to leaving for Western Anstralia. We direct the attention of all interested in Victoria Hospital, Barcaldine, to the stapual reports and finanoial statements tor year ending December 31st, 1621, pub lished in this issue The ample reports nad statements apeak for themselves. ' ' • Vfe are advised that the transfer Ot Mr. H. C. Hawthorne. Stock In spector for Barcaldine District, to Bowen has been cancelled tor the present. Similarly Sir. Palmer, who was transferred to .Clermont, bow remains In Longreaflh. Attention is directed to Dalgety's & Go's (Blackall) notice in this issue re garding a land ballot tor a particu larly choice piece ot Barcoo pro perty to take place on April 13th. The area is 11,617 acres, the rental...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, FT«m MOTOR OARS FOR HIRE. Two 6-Cylinder Bricks at your disposal. Phone 78. —o— Agent for Howard's "Triumph1 Motor Cycle, " Rover" Gyole and SuodrieB United States Motor Tyres, Eto. (yBaroaldine and District Agent for— The Celebrated BUIOK GARB. MOTOR CIK^ £?£ FOBPrompt Attention Ringup'Phone 101. DAT OB NIGHT. 1^*1 CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, "Killarney Villa," lmth Barcaldine. 4 '~5EtflL WORTH*" Private Hospital, Maplb and Aoaoia-stbbbts, BARCALDINE. —Outilde ohm Attended.— For particulars and terms apply to— Phone 81. RtJBf GREEN, AT.NA The People's Cash Store ASH.STP.EET (opposite Gli'leograph), BA.ROAJLBXNE. For ypnr order for «IBOOBRIB§ or PBODUCB «jng PHONE Q3. ' B. Htm OUZXTITi Proprietor. ~HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR, BARCALDINE. Full range of materials In stock to select from. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING and PRE88INQ. All garments made on tbe premieee. CAE FOB HIRE. " ABAMAC Visited Fortnightly. 'Phone 14. Box 68. ^uBtralian J|utual ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine Swimming Carnival. A Great Success. Championship Honors for Bar[?]aldine. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Barcaldine Swimming Carnival. A Great Success. Championship Honors for Baroaldine. 3t was splendid foresight on the part of the committee of young men who took up the organisation of a swim ming carnival on account of the visit of a team of Rockhampton swimmers to the west* The Rockhampton swimmers arrived by the mail train on Monday from Longreach, and wer<a met by the Carnival Committee and •^escorted to their rooms at Devery's Hotel. The visitors reported having had a good time at Longreach, and I were looking forward to a good, evening's swimming' at Barcal<ftne. | Early in the evening of Monday last It was soon apparent that the carni Tal would be a great success and beat •all previous carnivals held at Bar caldine baths during the last few ■Jyears- Extra lighting had been, ar Tanged- A festoon of colored lights ■ across the entrance of the baths gave a pretty effect. Seating accommoda tion had been arranged as well as -possibly could be. Forms were placed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. Ratepayer's Grievance. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

OUR LETTER BOX. Ratepayer's Grievance. To the Editor Sir,—Reading your paper dated Feb.. 11th X noticed in the Council meet ing report of Fib Sth where I wrote* complaining of the flood waters des troying my property, and that this occurs after every heavy fall of rain. Now I wish to contradict same, as the only time I* complained to the Council re the water destroy ing my property was four years ago after the heavy rain that we had then. We were told to either remove our home or fill in the ground- Mr. Hannay came in ' company with the late Mr. Thureclit and promised a footpath and metal, and, In fact, had it started. A few loads of sand were placed along the front of the place $s far as our boundary, and the rest was put along inside the divid ing fence of Mrs. Lennori's and my property, with the result that when it rains now it backs the water on to as, and there is no' get-away. I did not ask the Council to drain my land. I simply asked for a footpath and metal to asBist me in d...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

ST. CI AIR BOARDING SCHOOL FOB GIRLS. .. James-street, New Farm, BRISBANE Preparatory School lor Boys rAIX Brandies of Education.. Every care and attention given. Fees very moderate. 1-2 WANTED . STEWJAKD for the Barcaldine Club. Wages £3 per week of 48 hours with free house and light Applications close with the undersigned on 4th March, 1922 T. J. O'CONNELL, Secretary In the Supreme Court of Queensland, BocUuunPton. In the goods of JAMBS HOLT HOTTON, late of "Wee Dunrobin, near Jericho, in the State of Queensland, Stockman, deceased, intestate. J^OTICE is hereby given that totter tjie expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof, appli cation will be made to this Honor able Court that Administration of the personal estate of the above named JAMBS HOLT HDTTON, de ceased, wh(* died Intestate, may be granted to FALCONER WEST HDT TON, of Rockhampton, in the said State, surveyor, the lawful father of the said deceased. ANY person interested who de sires to object to the appli...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Central Railway Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Central Railway Returns. The General Manager for the Central Division (Mr. J. Coa^bers) made .available the following returns on Monday tor the Central railways tor the month of January, together with the figures tor the corresponding period of last year:—■ live Stock. 1921 1922 689 3868 Sheep 64087 18960 Figs 63S 648 Wool <lo Bockhamptoni. 1921 1)22 bales bales 2191 1131 (To Brisbane.) Scoured 188 — Greasy 1449 1293 Coal. 1921 1922 tons tons Blair Athol .... 9883 6903 -Bluff 259 383 Styx 2.38 311 Baralaba * — 2238 From this latter amount 362 tons came from the Mount Morgan Com pany's mine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Barcaldine School of Arts. The usual monthly meeting of the committee of Barcaldine School of Arts was held in the reading-room on Wednesday, February 22nd. Ther6 were present:—{Messrs. r. h. Clarke (chairman), R. J. McCullough, R. Park, P. Bourke, T. W. McKie . Rev. W. B. HayeB, and the Secre tary (Miss Carls. Jaines). The minu tes of previous meeting were real and confirmed The inward corres pondence included a letter from Mr. Stubbin resigning as a Committee man owing, to his transfer else where. Several circulars and pamph lets relating to literature, had been handed to the Book Committee. A circular relating to a Directory, costing £2, was also tabled.—It was decided, upon the recommendation ot Mr. Park, to purchase . a copy of Pugh's Almanac, which only cost 3/8. The Secretary waB instructed' to write and thank Mr. Stubbin for bis past services, and regret his - re signation. Accounts amounting to £1/17/- were passed for payment:— Shire Council, £1/12/6; Parnell & Sons...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Attempted Suicide at Longreach. By Telephone. Longreach, Friday, 5 pm. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Attempted Suicide at Longreach. By Telephone. T/mereach, Friday, 5 pm. A man named Alfred Hamilton, aged 63 years, a drover, attempted to commit suicide this morning. He purchased a revolver and cartridges and going into the corner of Crow T,nno he placed the -weapon to ma head and fired- The bullet glanced off the bone ol his forehead, not do ing much damage. He was taken to the hospital by the Ambulance, andt is doing as well as can be expected. It is understood that Hamilton is .brother of the late W. Hamilton, at one time President of the Legia lative Council of Queensland

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rockhampton Supreme Court. Important Civil Action. Hempentall Bros. Ltd.. Score a Win. By Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Rockhampton Supreme Court. Important Civil Action. Hempemtall Bros. Ltd- Score & Win. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thiirsday, 4-30 p.m. Not ■ since the Crawford case bas such interest been evidenced, Jn & case as in that beard in the Civil Sittings of the Supreme Court yes terday before Judge Lukln, in which Hempenstall Bros.- Ltd., auctioneers and commission agents, Rockhampton, sought to recover from Patrick Ed ward O'Reilly the sum of £300 for commission, or as an alternative £600 for breach of agreement. The Court was crowded with pub licans, commission agents, and others, the two former being vitally in terested, as a most Important prin ciple was involved A very powerful bar had been en gaged—Mr. P. B. McGiregor, with him Mr. E. R. L-~Larcombe (in Btruoted by Messrs. Fitzgerald, AVtalsta, and McLaughlin) for plain tiffs, and Mr. E. A. Douglas, with him Mr. K- Alien .(Instructed by Mr B. M. Lilley) for defendant. The claim set out that on or about the 18th November...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Longreach Items. A sent-off -was tendered to Ser geant Sullivan, of the local police force, on Saturday evening in the Shire Hall. The sergeant has been transferred to Bundaberg after ten years residence here. Mr. G. Mea cham presided, and there were about thirty present. The Chairman,* in presenting the Sergeant with a wal Iqt of notes, on behalf of a number of friends, said that during his«stay with them he had proved ah efficient offi cer and one who did his duty with out fear or favor. Several others spoke in the same strain. The Ser geant replied in feeling terms, thank ing them all for the gift. The Chair man also presented Sergeant Sulli van with' a silver sugar basin for Mrs. Sullivan. The Sergeant and family! left on Monday for their new home. . The Town Band tinder Bandmaster Fred Affoo, gave a very enjoyable programme on Sunday night last in the. main street. There was a large crgwd present, in fact one of the largest we have seen at a band con cert, .and the applause was...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. Lora[?] BRANCH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Longreach and District. Lorawoa Bulb ob Okficr. We, are right back in the thick of the summer heat, and muggy at that In the beginning of the week the weather was oppressive sday and night, with the' thermometer well over the nineties. Tc-day (Thura day) it is cloudy and like rain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

John Caanan 1 L H. Peterson Votary Public. Notary Foblic. mNNAN&PETEESON dolioitors and Notaries, LONG It EACH. And I.O.A.. Bnildings, OaMn-etreet. BRISBANE H. S. CHURCH, OHUEOfl & CHURCH L I) Q., DENTAL SUROEOrtS, Bolsover-street, ROjKHA MP TO N and Eagle-st, LONGREACH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

THANKS MB. J. ANDERSON wishes1 to thank Dr. O*ok, Matron and Nurei^s of Victoria Hospital, lor th<=ir skilful and nn remitting attention to him «#)ile he was teoentlj? an inmate of the Institution. Intertown Cricket Show Grounds . Barcaldine To-Morrow, SUNDAY, 26th February. Longreach v. Barcaldine. A good game UBSurtd. Gents 1b. ... Ladies 6d. , Barcaldine Shire Council. TENDERS are invited from persons wil ling to lease the Baths. Applicant to state price he will pay per annum. Bules, Schedule of Prices, ayd further particulars may be obtained from the under signed. , Tenders, to be endorsed ' '• Tender," to be in the hands <if the undersigned on or before 4 p.m., 6th March, 1922. The Council reserves to itcoll the right to acoept or decline any tender. The sncoeBBlol applicant ti be caretaker of the hall ui £62 per unnuin. By order, C. H. ETBH, Cihire Clerk.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We have pleasure in advising that we have -reopened X PARK'S If ** BUILDINGS with a nice range of Ladles' and Maids' Trimmed Millinery Ladies' and Children's Footwear Underwear and Hosiery Dress and Manchester Goods Gents' and Boys' Clothing-Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Boots, etc. Entirely New Stocks are Arriving Daily. C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERS AND BOOTERS, BARCALDINE. I Fashionable Macintoshes 1 Ml ' B S *■' S THpkp k an air nf >—« 5 There is an air of smartness and dis tinction about the Perdriau Ladies'Mac intosh models. An air of distinction that each coat retains throughout its long and dependable service. PERDRIAU Macintoshes Perdriau Macintoshes are manufactured in a variety of attractive shades and exclusive designs. GUARANTEED WATERPROOF. i SOLD BY ALL STORES PERDRIAU RUBBER CO. LTD. IfeksniimiiiiniiiBaHiHiiiNRiMiniHHiHiiiiiiiiHnHii All States. «

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Victoria Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Victaiia Melbourne, Friday. A feature of the Boss trial yester day was an attempt by the defence to prove an alibi as to Ross' move ments on the night of the murder and subsequent days. The trial will be resumed to-day, when the jury will view the locality of the murder. A strike of unionist employees in the meat industry, whiclTat times threatened to develop into serious proportions, ended to-dayj a satis factory agreement having been reach ed between both sides Melbourne, Friday On February 1st the stocks of carry-over wopl held by Bawra amounted 1,702,000 bales, made up of 365,000 bales of Australian merino wool, 736,000 of Australian cross bred wool The New Zealand wool consisted of 2000 bales merino, 355, 000 bales of crossbred, 121,000 bales of* slipes, and 122,000 bales of scoured wool.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

—THE— later DfiseriGordie Private Eospita The Mansion : The Baage BOOKH A.MPTON • Tir»t-class norsing and aooommodation. Any the local doctors attend. For partiotdars apply to Matron Sister is ukaqe; F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Commission and Forwarding Agents. Hone 8afea a Speciality. Splendid paddocks close to town free to any •hones sent for bona fide sale. LOwiBACB. Agonta for— Site New Zealand Fire and Marine Irrar aice Osmpany. O. ft. Pastoral Employers Association. &»., ace., fee, Medcrafs Ltd., MCKtMMPTON. Manufacturers of the Famous ■ ROSE BRAND Biscuits and Confectionery Central Queenslnnderst •' , Support T«at> Omi Industries. SAWIJ TIMBEK HYNEASON, Bolsover-street. fflUoes, Spokes. «nd Wheelwright! Material kept in fitock L«ge Stooka best ~ Mgh and Sdreseed, of all descriptions, Orders promptly and oarefuily attended to WM. F. ARMSTRONG, Mauepo B< < Hm pirn Bran Thos. Capstick, Land, Fruit? and General Commission Ag...

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New South Wales Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

New South Wales Sydney, Friday. The Economic Conference met again yesterday. The main business was the election of the Chairman. There was such a diversity of. opinion that a deadlock threatened. Mr. Hughes was the first nominee of the employers, but the employees were unable to agree on a Chairman and therefore accepted the other side's nomination, and Mr. Hughes was elected unanimously. The conference then adjourned until .to-morrow. A brutal murder was committed at Ersklneville this afternoon. Mrs. Ida Walker, aged 40 years, was found in the dining-room of her house in Pleasant Avenue with her head smashed in. There was a pool of blood in the room and this trail ed to the bathroom, where a blood stained axe was found- The state of the house indicated that a severe struggle had taken place. Later in the day a man named Whitebouse, who had been boarding tbero. was detained by the police. Sydney, Friday. At the wool sales to-day Japanese and Continental competition was not as keen a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

SCHNAPPS If 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. ^Jlt is as good for women as for men. Obtainabl* In LARGE AND SMALL SIZE BOTTLES ■Hn-riwtnnnninnii ■ • 4 There*s Money in it! | TUB ' ■ : Golden Casket \ t AUT UNIONS • —Dor enjny vrerld-ivlrlr ' support. 8 What «n you doing in the matter t I ; 100,000 5®*™ 100,000 i ^ Add 4d,-pOBtttgu .If you ® " are mailing direct ■ £**13 PRIZES 813 PRIZES " *£5000 to £$ jj P (Subject to 14% Federal Tax.) fc ■ 33000 Additional Prin Money ■I And 110 Mire Prices now Aetng k p distributed tn every Art Union. ™ ■ 'An Art Union Every Two Week* ! m m Tkdufc «t l/l (kiMdi Local Anm, a IneUilva af all cfcatgM. m JOE S. JACKSON ! Agent BARtAlDlNE. W n ■ I ntOOBBDS TO PDBLIO HOSFIUtS P _ ARCHER LUCAS, Manager. ■ ■ Baton Bouse, Queen St., Bifefeane. ■ Buy Your Furniture and furnishings DIHBGT from quality manufacturers; they cost no more that way than buyi...

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Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. The Rockhampton District Officers, with visitors from Rockhampton, Raglan, and Gladstone Lodges of the Manchester Unity Oddfellows as sembled in strong force at the flour ishing centre of Mount Larcom on Tuesday night and gave the "Loyal Larcom Lodge" a good kick-off with 22 members on the roll, with 15 pro positions, and every hope that the membership will be over 50 in a few months. Mr. Lou- Clarke, of the Raglan Lodge, is fathering the new lodge being P.N-G., while Mr. "W. Stewart is N O., Mr. A. Weston, V. G., Mr. J. Driesdale 10.13., and Mr. W. J. Crossan F-S- After the lodge proceedings, the visitors were en tertained In right royal ^style. Did they have a good time? Ask "Jim" Nnttall. Information from Blaclcall states that Mrs. William Cameron, whose husband managed Minnie Downs tor many years, died there yesterday afternoon- She took a bad turn on Monday and became unconscious, re maining so till her death. Deceased suffer...

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