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Longreach and District LONGRE[?] BRANCH OFFICR [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Looped ana district. LANObl AOH K>/LMIH I ll'KIOK The weather appears to be un settled, raui hanging about. To-day the sky is overcaBt with promising •loud areas, but there is not suffi cient density to give the much needed tall The following stock movements are reported:—1750 wethers from llra «ombe to FernleeB, E. Byrne in iharge; 1150 wethers from Long reach to Enoggera, by rail; 2000 «wes from Taylor's selection to Black •11 f J. W. Wood owner, B. Jacobs In charge; 3500 wethers from Ambo to Muttaburra, J. R. Lewis owner, A- Hatfield in charge; 60 rams from Jjongreach to Warrandaroo, N. F. White owner, T. Hill in charge; 4000 wethers from Kendal to Long reach, E. R. Kirby owner in charge; S80 wethers from. Illawarra to II fracombe, H. N- Brumm owner, H. Johnston in charge to trucks; 20 bulls from Bexley to Longreach, E. <1. Blume owner, A. E. Allen in charge; 2700 sheep from Sprlngvale to the scour, F. P. Hopkins owner, 31. Shillington In charge; 4450 ewes and Iambs...

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

Longreach Items. At the Police Court James Irvine, | Wm. Barker, Patrick Kenna, W. P. Stinson, and John Maddin were con ricted and fined • for drunkenness. Sydney Burns for being unlawfully on license^ premises In prohibited hours, was fined £1 and 3/6 coEts. James Irvine made a second appear ance, being charge^ with drunken ness, resisting the police, and having no lawful visible means of support, and was convicted and fined £1 or seven days for the first offence, £1 or. seven days for the second, and six months imprisonment for the third, sentences to be concurrent. George Clark was charged with hav ing stolen one pair of cotton cord riding trousers, value 22/6, the pro perty of M. Mellick. Defendant was convicted and discharged under sec tion 19 of the Criminal Code, to coma up for sentence within a period of ate months. » At the Police Court on Saturday last, before Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., John Barton was charged , with steal ing £1/2/2 from the person of Charles Wallington Pope. S...

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

Bfaenmatic Snlferers. Mmr r« <ttn -f i»»it h#"«n fcllppris« an»* nt th.i pf>mn* nji^f Attain™! ♦h npph ii,£rO,»afTil»<,r niiA INin Bft m In im««j T"H P^in Ha'm for R»'ui»n«,U«n. wn kn"«** \* will i»iv#» yo\\ toKp -f f>*»icUr«in» a" firyf api»'iratinn will rfli vn thv pftin nn<1 it = «"1 * 1' UPd USf foi* A fl' nr* 'im" w:»l • ffor t p«rman : ♦ r/»'uSold t y n«"t» S^cag»» n^d A I*• • & S^ns. For b onic <*hr» t « 'omplauit® *»rmt in mi Curo. Barcaldine Central Racing Club (Kegish-red with theC.Q.K. xest'ciaiiun.) Annual Show Corqfed Meeting. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27thand 28th JULY, 1922. ( Wi'iilicr IVimitiiiiL') £450 - Added Money . £450 PROGRAMME. FIBST DAY. First Race to start at 1,30 p.m. 1. JACCONDOL HANDICAP, £40; second horse to receive £5 from prize; 6 furlongs. Nom- 20/-, accept. 20/-. Second Race to start at 2 p.m. 2. TRIAL HANDICAP, £20; second horse to receive £6 from prize. 5 furlongs. For all horses that have not w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

u af>"r a1*" o»r dnuhtq and nnnnish, dftrs of dr^ad nnd nighfe of pain. \vl»nn vp d nop nud p*pp nnrt 1anpni«h, trrinc rom^diop in vain ; ^ft^r nil our l>nnrya ham vapiph^d. And vet* pmrrn ran tattll *»ndiiro, wbnn all dnpa* ar* banfabrd. Then codips Woods' Great peppermint cti

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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The Soldiers' Memorial Fund. An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

The Soldiers' Memorial Fund. An Appeal. At the meeting on the 30th ult. held in the Shire Hall the Ladies Com mittee for the Soldiers Memorial Fund, and the workers In the move ment generally met the representa tives of the Shire Council to review and discuss the position of affairs in regard to the Memorial Funds. It was resolved unanimously to strenu ously endeavor to reach the Target originally fixed at £1000. Too much praise cannot be given to the Ladies Committee for their noble work, and the magnificent results of their self sacrificing efforts in thiB cause. In order to place the top stone upon their endeavors a sum of £250 is re quired to enable the Committee to finalise the whole scheme. In 1914 the monied men of this district poured their money into the Trea sury to send the men away to de fend the Liberty and Freedom of Australia, and now that victory Is assured and our) homes and , lands preserved to us Inviolate, will the rich men of Barcaldlne and district lay it upon ...

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

Everything for Absolute Sale. Hempenstall Bros. Ltd., THE AUCTIONEERS, Rockhampton &Mt Morgan WooJb' Gr< »t Peppermint Cure, For Cnu./h8 hiiiI Colds, never failB WOOLCLASSER DISENGAGED 1st Jnne. Kew Zealand Lokn and Morehea4 references. Apply— j J. J. DOBBYN, Imperial Hotel, Longreacttg fbhiDh fts. TENDERS are invited at NOON aft Saturday, 17th June, tor alter** tions to shop at Longreach occupiaC by Messrs. Gordon, Gibson ft Co„ Particulars can be obtained (nf Messrs. Gordon, Gibson ft Co., t§ Longreach, and at our offlee. HI E. M. HOCKINGS, L. T. PALUBI^ Architects. Danham-itreet. | Rockhjunpton. w. dakahirT^ Registered Q.T.0 and A. .O. Member of Tattemall'a Club, Biub&ne NOW OPERATING^" , Stradbroke Handicap, Jon* M !! Brisbane Cop, Jon* 8th ^ Uoreton Handicap, Jane 1IQ Starting prioe all looal tad Mrifi* era events. a NO LOOT. \u Sufficient Addroag , W. DANAHUB, BRISBANE. Country Party. Barcoo Ebctonte Pldisdte. NOMINATIONS are herabjr invite* for a ca...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Great Auction Sale of Machinery and Stock-in Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

, Great Auction Sale of Machinery i and Stock-in Trade. COMMENCING Friday, the 9th Jane, at 11 o'clock sharp on the premises of the Glasgow Motor Engineering Works Ltd. (In vol. 11®.) Bolsover street, Rockhampton, Hempenstall j Bros. Ltd. hare been favored with j Instructions (com the Liquidator ot the above company to sell by auc-, tlon ■ IN LOTS TO SUIT PUBCHASEBS IN LOTS TO SUIT PUBCHASEBS j THE whole of the valuable working plant, machinery and stock. Includ ing—Magnificent Colchester Lathe, j Holteur Drilling Machine, Harvey Frost Vulcanising Plant, Screw Cut ting Lathe (14It. bed). Milling Machine, Oxy- Acetylene Welding, Mud Gua^ Making Machine, M.F., Power Saw, Portable Forge, Oarage Jack, Electric Hoist, Air Compressor, Grinding Head, and also the whole of the accompanying shafting, pulleys, and driving gear. The Electrical plant includes a 21 fe-w. lio tolt direct coupled dynamo, marble switchboard with the latest improvements, charging board, grind ing motor tor cylinder ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

...: ^ ^ ^aMtsaem PLUMBS OODS 36iu Co>t<>n (J hi.in-.I-, mi -hiiiicH of Cr«atn, Brown, Navy iiikI Ml .-k Price 28 lid yard 36m Clunk ic i(i.f of Black and White, lihHMind H :n-k. P-i.Hn M.d Black 23 lid yd 36i» Clu ck !\v, , ii-. • ml -limli'H Price 3s 6d yd 40in BUc.k -mil U .iiti- Cn. ck l weeds Price 3s lid yd Sbiti Cli. ok i u-.i Pi ice 4s lid yard 40m Uu-hs I wriii. itc-i .tint pHllerus Price 6s 6d yard 36in Win.i (J ilii-Min ( ii i-limiea of Jude, Nieger, Navy cud Km. k Price 6S 6d yard 40iu Wool Uuui'iii Vuili>. in tilMdcs of Cr«>ani and Navy Pr ice 6s lid yard 40ia Sleli iii mi i»li iilo« of ilrown Hud Grey Price 7s 6d yard 40in Striped Dicm* Twin**, in Nigger and Navy Price lis 6d yard 40in Check Om sk Pi ice lis 6d yard 40iu All Wn. I I het-H Twccdf, in Favn., Dnrk Mastic Bud Ni^iror Pnce lis 6d yard 46iu Cn'Hiii Wo..I s. iu'<' 12s 6d yard 46m Navy Wool Si' t'l- Price 13l 64 yard 36m Sn iped VViiioeycltes, in HHHort'ed nt ripen Pt ljea 2t ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

f you want a Good BusierV Sulky, Spring Cait> or ITT'S, BARCAID1HE. Wli Goneral Blacksmith aud « Wheelwmht, r ; JQOD WOBK Is LOO Fhooe 21 MM DROPPERS. V utoscraitf' Droppers are made of Mout mild fl'coi inn mid three quarter inches widn doubled twini to m twin V shape. Practielly unbeud.ible mid Kiiuctilile. Au'oecreW Droppers have no *ie«, clip*, or wedges. No stock c4n shift them. Easily pat on by hmid. * 'hutoacrew Droppers are aupplied to unit any ' fewv lull as tbe number of wires, tbcir guages, spaci 11(^8 desired. We do the rest. Prices — Tho standard five wire dropper spaced 8 i in 4lJd. a hundrad. Ot'i'-r U'a^ths i .ii- .|, H i i< ii. it • priciis irrespective of iiirn" »f Tir> M here's economy in baying tlia best" Stajl i* ^sis—five feet long pointed to drive into iIn- ii iiml. hired or slotted to enit your fuiion eiuht pounds per 100. inquiries 4al clti-4 AH Station Supply Houses -OR The1]^ Screw Dropper Fencing Go. Ltd., i en tees and Manufacturers, Bala...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Football[?] Brigade Seniors Victorious; Wallaby Juniors Win. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

Football, —nfto_* Brigade Seniors Victorious; Wallaby Juniors Win. i A large crowd attended the Show grounds on Sunday last, May 28th, to witness the fifth Cup fixture of the Barcaldine Rugby League. The juniors playe^ the opening game, this resulting in a win for the Wal labies by three to nil. Percy Seaby scored for the winners There were no scores registered at half-time. F. Low captained the Wallabies and J. McAllister the Brigade. The seniors then took the field D. Devery captained the Brigade and J. McQuaid the Wallabies. The game during the first half was of a fast nature, the defence of both teams being solid. At half-time the Brigade led by three 10 nil. Oc leaumirtg <Jie play was not so fast, penalties be ing responsible for this. The match eventually resulted in a win for the Brigade by six to nil. Jack I vers scored both tries for the Brigade. Mr. C. Thompson, an ex-Queensland interstate player, refereed the senior game; he was very strict on the tonock-on an,...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOT INDIGESTION [?] Here's News For You! [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 3 June 1922

COT INDIGESTION P aAa Here's News For You! On you realise that ninn cases of dices' tive tp'uble out of every Ion lire caused by excels acidiiy in the stmnucb and th»t thi is enxily neutralised ? It's n fact, and you mti demonstrate it by taking a c»upl« of timruted Magnesia Tablets next time- you get hd attack of Rtotrnch p«in. Notice the eae.-, the qi-ii'k relief which these tablets bring 1 That's because they neutralise (be paiii-OHUEing acid thi>- moment thev enter the stomach. Bisurated Magnolia Tablets art' quite iD> Ki eDsive, audy»u can get tbeiu of uoy (helmet's When buying, inr.lr for tbe Iradi'-umk word UISM AG on the wraj'prr, as this eu-ures) your Rnttini? Bisu rulfi Magnesia— the one thin* that does give bo re and iDEtaut relief.—Aijvt. {

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

Important Land Decision. On tbe 14th Do.embi'r, 5-921. at the Land ComrBispi'jiier'f! Court held at Oloncurr Messrs. E J. Kell-tt & Co., of Longn'aeh, oil boh Alt'' f Mr. G S. Hejkptt, of Tforvl, lodged through tlirir agent-, Massrs F. A Rroilie & Co, on application for th* Leila Vale selection, nnd it was rpj^cted for the reBKiin that tbe signature of E J. KelL-tt. to the Sub*titation Clause on the "hwit of Attorney, delegating F. A. Broilif & Co "s repiuBentativn to appBnr in hie stead, was not witnessed Mr. E. J. Kf llett appealedagainst the de cipt- 'i And is in rece:pt of a tfllfinram convey ing tbe gratifying news thtit tbi» matter whh Jralt with bv Mr. P. W. Shannon at tbe Land Court at Oloncurry on 24th May, and that the appeal wan upheld nnd the selection is to be re-opened for public C->m petition.

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

thanks. Mrs. Gordon wishes to thank Dr. O'Hara for his attention to her late little daughter during her recent ill feess. Also the many kind friends Wh» sent messages of sympathy and floral tributes. THANKS. Mr- and Mrs. Guteridge and family, wish to thank Dr. O'Hara, Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury, anrf Mr. and Mrs. Rabnott for their kindness to them during their recent sad bereavement. Also all kind friends for their mess ages of sympathy and floral tributes. IN MEMORIAM Grant.—In fond and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Henry Grant, of Jericho, who died at Bar- caldine on 30th May, 1916. We miss you and mourn you in sil- ence unseen, And dwell on the memory of the past that has been; Unknown and forgotten by some you may be, Bnt the grave that contains you is sacred to me. Inserted by his loving parents, brothers, sisters, and brother-in-law. ROLL OF HONOR. Private Francis Arthur Roberts. In loving memory of our dear son   and brother, Private Francis Arthur Rober...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Detective Arrested. Accused of Accepting Bribe. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Detective Arrested. Accused of Accepting Bribe. Edmond EtheU, aged 44, a detective, wno tea bean connected with the Victorian i olice force ainoe 1903, was arrested on (the nforiaation of an inspector, and charged with having taken from George B. Stewart, . of St. Kilda, on 9th May, a pecuniary bribe in the form ot a cheque for £9000, drawn I y Stewart on the Commonwealth Bank. Sydney, to dirootly forego his duty a* a member of the Viottorlan police force. Ethell was liberated on bail. According to the offioial etory, Stewart, i be man wbo signed the cheque, came t > i he detective office and reported the loss of tome money. The allegation is that afte leaving the office he was approached by Doteotive Etbell and challenged with being a matt named Ernest Heiner wanted by the Queensland police for the alleged theft of 418,000 worth of war boot's. The detective is said to have suggested to Stewart that if he paid over £9000-half the amount involved- an arrest might be avoided. Somet...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure «in;adv<sing old wearers of our 'j ts-m Special Riding Trousers That we are now able to reduce thin liott to POST PER FREE £ j PAIR i Remember tooour Special TAN This is the same good veiviuj:. Specially cu EMPE /i () H» 2SS 0(1, Strapped Riding "»rouj:*r as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOQfcTHtR SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGSEACH FIRST AID INTBEBOME. Kwp Mapn<'tie Liniment in th« hou^P for emorgencif'i, it haniahps nil pain and is mnet soothing, and Hicrr i« nothing I'hp Dr Nhpl don's Magnetic Liniment to quickly heal mn and cute, and to relio»c spraina, rheumatic painc and lame tack. Quichlv stops toothacti and neuralgia. Obtainable everywhere. . Buf Depend.ble. Unease.Free Tree. trwm lb* PETEHSEN Domiln. and GROW GOOD FRUIT Pitinefl't Fralt Tntt in well rooted, wen (rows clean end free from di*» eaee. They lire trees that fire yea definite "Worth While" Reeulto In heavy crape of luidoue frulte. We ere hooking...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Lone Wolf." [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

" The Lone Wolf." The Charleville correspondent of the Brisbane "Daily Mail" telegraphing on the 14th inst., Bay:-"It was re ported recently that the union of car riers that was being formed in the Central district was a move in an tagonism to the Secretary of the In land Transport Workers' tJnlon, Mr. Lonsdale, In a report to the com mittee of that onion, laet night, Mr. Lonsdale, who Mas Jnst returned from Longreach and other Central towns, exploded the idea and showed that the whole thing was inspired from Black all, probably through the action of himself In keeping the Blackall centre under control. Without consulting the head office, an,j is (direct contra vention of the rules of the anion, the Secretary of the Blackall sub-branch visited' Longreach, and, at a meeting there, advised Central, Aramac, and Ilfracombp to break away from the Transport Union, an d_ form a new un ion of carriers, with headquarters probably a1 Bladkall. Immediately the question was put to form a union ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Solds the road as wjeli or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills . Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED. You cannot believe what the ear is like until you ride in it. gWE WANT £TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service , COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYB0DY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Longreach Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

The Longreach Hire. The disastrous fire which occurred in Longreach early on Wednesday morning in one of the chief business blocks, and which totally destroyed some fourteen buildings, including two hotels, once again emphasises, the great danger which ever threatens those having interests in the main business centres of our country towns, and the great need there is for all-night -vigilance, adequate protec tion in the way of sectional, fire, breaks, a well-equipped fire brigade, and last but riot least an ample water supply. Our big fires invariably occur at some unearthly hour of the morn fng when there is but little chance of coping with them In their incip ient stage, and where-as in the pre sent lamentable instance-there are po breaks in the whole section, and the buildingB are jambed alongside each other a serious disaster must follow. According to our correspon dent's report the water supply at Longreach on Wednesday morning was "miserably poor," and had It nbt been for the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. LONG[?] BRANCH OFFICE Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Lcngreach and District.' I fihfJI.J'AOt OiTlCK Longreach Items. The football matches on Sunday last resulted in the Black juniora winning by ? to nil, the B grade Blue von 6 to nil, and the probables and possibles match resulted in both teams finish*' ing 16 all. Gate receipts amounted to £11/8/. At the Rugby League meeting on Tuesday evening the arrangements were finalise^ for the trip to Bar caldine. The special train will leave at 8 a.m. and return at 10.80 .p.m. Mr. E. Glasson was appointed mana ger of the first thirteen, and Mr. L. Adam of the second thirteen.. There was only one application for the posi tion of secretary rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr. F. B. O' Ttourtce, that of Mr. E- Glasson, and he. was appointed. A conference will be held In Barcaldlne re the Solley Cup. It was agreed that Mr. C. Murnane be accepted as referee. It was decided that the season end In the second week In September. The Returned Soldiers League ten dered a send-off to Mr. and m». J F....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1922. Beef, Again! [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

£ : > .-5*ff MlCllAMPION Vita sine Uteris mors est. BABCALDINE SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1922. Beef, Again! -0O0 rne importance or mig suoject u> bo great to Queenslanders that every .phase of tiie outlook for the Austra lian meat industry requires publicity. The seemingly well-founded views of pastoralists, whose dipta must be accepter as conclusive, are so diverg ent afi to be positively bewildering. Some saw dawn is breaking, others that midnight is yet afar oft. A recent cable message presents the opinions of Mr. Elder, managing director in London of Messrs. John Cooke & Sons, the well-known Australian meat exporters, if anybody knows what Is to be said on the subject it is Mr. Elder, and he speaks out plainly, bluntly, even harshly. The cable gram reads:-In an interview with a representative of the Australian Press Association, Mr. J. A. M. Elder, managing director of Messrs. John Cooke & Sons, the well-known meat importers, stir* that, although it was still rumo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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