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Recent Publications. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

iiecent Pubucjuioua -oOo The new number of Weldon's Bazaar of Children's Fashions has juuL everything that is needed for the kiddies. Gratis. cut-out patterns are enclosed for making a girl's creton ne dress, dress with overbodice, dress with cape collar, 6 to 8 years, creton ne jumper 14 to 16 years, girl's ree fer coat, boy's' reefer coat, and knickers 4 to 6 years, with simple directions for cutting out and making these styles- Included in the number are instructions for knitting a Jer sey and knickers for a boy; special styles for big girls, cretonne and washing frocks, smart coats and skirts an^ coat dress, underclothes the children need, useful sets for girls and boys, baby's clothes, pretty bats to make at home, boy's blazer and suits, practical school outfit for a little girl, a playtime' page for t^o children with competition, reliable cookery recipes for the nursery, and a host of useful designs tor child ren's clothes. The Harmsworth Red Magazine for April 28th, makes a b...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

VQT1CV W. G. THOMPSON, DA31 MAKEll and TAMt SINMB Btc. Eta ?Pl'IMATBS given for Overshot Item* «u>d By-wathes. 1 ^ Kleviued Earth Tank# built to fMrve the purpose of galwnlMfl iron tanks. Prom 20,000 to 100,00a cat' Ions Jlepnlr work done Address: OAK-STREET, Phone 146. IWHOALDW* UITHER^IELD vvv%vvvv\vwwyvvv 4'e.^ira« ruii I»<»> # "iffdre ^LL classes of rough and dressed bard wood supplier at. lowetc rate*. odress all correspondence Manager, UTITIIEKSFIELD SAW MILLING GO S. A, SUTTON, Dam Maker. ? «lk Sicker, 1"i|'IMAl» »tivH t .r Ovnrsbot Dam* J ; i, l B- ? '» l Uvjti . Ktti'h TiiithN l uilt 'ft iww th© puii-,(- of tr-iv Difil ir< ti i-iu» Front 2f) '(III tO ' K |>dlr witii 4oue. , Adrin-i- i I.OviatlArH Statutory ».< tice to Creditors. RE ALEXANDER MALCOLM ROSB lUe of Aramac in tbe ? State of Queensland, Station Manager deceased. I jJJOTlCE Is hereby given that all j creditors and other persons hav- ! lag claims against the Estate of the' ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REVIVAL AT GYMPIE. BEST, CRUSHING FOR MANY YEARS. 120 TONS OF STONE YIELDS 3400 OZS. OF GOLD. Gympie, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

REVIVAL AT GYMPIE BEST, CRUSHING FOR MANY TEARS. 120 TONS OF STONE YIELDS 3400 OZS. OF GOLD. Gympie, Thursday. The best crushing reported from Gympie for many a day has just heen returned from No. 4 North Phoenix mine. 120 tons of stope from Davies reef has returned 3400ozs. of gold, or over 28oz. to the ton. The esti mated value of the gold is £12"070. In its long and successful history, extending from 40 years ago, this is the best return from this mine. The splendid return will enable the di rectors to declare a handsome dividend to the shareholders.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE JURY SYSTEM. JUDGE O'SULLIVAN'S STRONG CRITICISM. Toowoomba, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

TIDE: JURY SYSTEM JUDGE O'SULLI VAN'S STRONG CRITICISM. . Toowoomba, Thursday. At the Civil Sittings of the Circuit Court to-day Justice O'SuIMvan said that at the Criminal Sittings just concluded the jury system operated in such a way as to bring it into pub- j lie contempt. The last case tried j was a good illustration of it. In face of the evidence offered by the Crown the rendfet of the jury, in his opinion, made trial by jury, in that case at any rate, a farce. There were a couple of other cases nearly as bad. He thought some reform of the jury system was necessary. At present it operated as a discouragement to offi cers of the Crown an^ an encourage ment to law-breakers.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Tto Glideograph. -Special Productions for To-Night, Tuesday and* Thursday. { V-Pi To-Night (Saturday,.IQth).-^ ~ H. B. Warner in- || Dice-of Destiny, !oooft:'i A supremely suspenseful romance merry with laughter, and human to the close. Also SOUTHERN EXPOSURE (Chester Comedy), Fathe Review, Pathe Gazette, ang the serial THE SILENT AVENGEB. Tuesday,|June l3th.;S3£H Louise Glaum in-- 4! wbi^j CJSZI _ I AmJ Guilty." ?' ;rT- IA Story of the Long Arm of the^Law. J) AlBo HULA HULA DANCE, a 2'000ft CHAPLIN COMEDY SMOKY'S WILD OATS, Australian Gazette and Gaumont Graphic. Thursday, June 15th. First National Super Feature . BITS of LIFE. PTr' WS£Jfcw* 7000ft. A story of San Francisco's Underworld and Chinatown. Four stories with 14 famous film folk in BITS OF LIFE. *Also THE MAN WHO DID NT CAEE- Another great feature, 6000 ft. and SOPHIE'S FIGHTING SPIRIT (Cojnedy). Performance at 8 p.m. efaarp Admission ...2s 2d and In Id (inolnding tax), Children Half-price

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

1 U-UJUI | (jeitfit Coineits. fe~. She Brisbane " Dalljr Mail" is al ways quick, to get on the track ot anybody- arriving in town who ia likely to furnish some interesting infoioiation in regard to conditions la the back blocks and in the north ern interior,' and when Mr. Hugh McMaster, ol Devoncourt station, in the Cloncijtry district arrived, he willingly supplied all the Pressman wanted to He said that ow ing to the dry spell in parts ot North Queensland, thousands ol cat tle are being abandoned to die on I the runs, pastoralists do not expect relieving rains until the storms set tn during November. One station has shifted 60,000 sheep to agistment country. Very probably Bucking ham, the State station, will lose 75 per cent, ot its 30,000 head ot cattle it rain does not come before Decem ber. The meatworks at Burdekin and Ross River were' preparing to resume operations alter being idle since about last September. Some .t the graziers in that diiectlo-i had *ot sold any bullocks f...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

SlftUoa Muacml WV uii to MelbcmnM for roar tUttoaarr? TIT lk» "Champion" OSm tor ro«r mi* lot of ami, nmIK tMto. m» Iovm> flr MHr Mpar.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Skirtings....High Values. Big Wages Affect Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Wool S&irfintfs-High Values. -oOo-« Big Wages Affect Prices. Messrs. Winehcombe, Carson Ltd.,. report:-Excellent as the values ob tainable for attractive flcece wool* are, comparatively they do not ex cel tbof;e ruling for skirtings. Ifc fact some twelve months ago the prices row being secured tor piece* and belling in particular, would havji been considered fairly acceptable for fleece. Good bulky pieces, free or nearly free, are now making from 20d. te 24d. per lb-, bellies from 170. to 20d. and locks from 6d. to 10'd. Compared' with pre-war figures, the prices show a bigger rise than those obtainable tor almost, any other class of wool. Tn 1914 the same class of pieces wan making from 91d. to 12}dbellies 7d. to lojd. and locks 23d. to 5d. As a result of the specially favor able condition of the season's clip, the skirtings are, naturally, of more than usual excellence for manufac* turing purposes. But allowing Mr that fact the values being secured fir them must prove surp...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram BEAUDESERT OIL FIND. MINISTER FOR MINES HOPEFUL. INVESTIGATIONS PROCEEDING Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Onfiotmlan. Bt Tflotrram BEATTDESERT OIL FIlfD MINISTBR FOR MINES HOPEFUL. INVESTIGATIONS PROCEEDING | Brisbane, Thursday. Mr. Jones said to-day that the pumping operations at the Beaudesert water bore, wherein oil was found have been carried ont under the supervision of Geologist Jensen, and the manager of the Roma oil bore, an^ again oil was got in quantities. Mr. Jones added that he wab hope ful. The Investigations are proceed ing on scientific lines, and under the strictest supervision- Oil does come from the ground smelling of kerosene, tyiough very rarely. The Minister emphasise^ that the geological struc ture .ot the Beaudesert diptrict is favorable to the existence of oil. <

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. Helsingfors, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cftblcfrtm. .Helsingfors, Wednesday. The early death, of Lenin is expect ed. It -will be the signal for an aimed rebellion against the Soviet. Many arrests have already been made in 'Moscow ani Petrograd. The prisons lire crowded. The army has received Special instructions to deal with the Emergency. London, Thursday. Cardinal Logue, Catholic Bishop of Armagh,, In a speech, at Dundalk. Stated, "I wish to the Lord' a tew fetrong men would go about carrying birch rods and get at those people who are holding up -their country men with revolvers. I heard one <ease where the miscreant was only twelye years of age. If parents and priests don't look out we Bhall have a generation of footpads growing up In Ireland. This would be worse than the massacres in Belfast." The Executive of the Miners' Fede ration has made a statement that wages are so low at many coalfields, and the employment so irregular t]|at workers and tholr families were un dergoing appalling har...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

-and for Reading LAUREL KEROSENE Tbe Laurel l:ght is ideal for reading. Its soft, mellow glow deals gently with the eyea of young and old alike and protects tUem from eyestrain. You will find Laurel clean burning and uniform. Itdoesnot char the wick nor leave sediment in the lamp bowl. It feeds freely to the wick and burnt clearly and steadily to the last thimbleful. Ask for Laurel and experience satisfactory lighting in your home. r~ji Be sure to say "Laurel"-Don't say Kerosene. I (I E VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pg lo.' Can Be Depended U oa Ch»mhrrl»in'» Cn>ir ?>..( Diarrhoea R> merle !" th7 mn"t. mcrti. ino in u«e for c!T- " * pHntne. all kinds "I?'*rr^Vn? "'it'"' fir" loo«",M of th- bnvplp ohnulit he tkltrn It call hr de. ly-rf'rt upon rv,, «n »h. m, "nd ^ EES S.8oW b!F Hu'h '"d A You're carrying a dangerous as well as an unnecessary load if you have. Don't drift; get rid of your burden as thou sands of others have done ! Digestive trouble may manifest itself in many ways and ma...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

SCHNAPPS^ A DRINK Z THAT IS ^ AS V REFRESHING AS IT IS / BENEFICIAL £ - V BE SURE Z YOU ASK V WOLFED 2 SCHNAPPS^ ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimaniniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiutHiQ 1 v i | i ii i s 5 3 1A Good Tip! I | B« i (Ujiikr Subwribar it (ho g * GOLDEN] CASKET | Tfc* t>l| money nay on yonf E w«j-w Art Union .?.ry fortaifht 5 5 HIMw-IIIMpm li I «*009to£*< tWNect to 11% Mml Tkx) Pruwli to QMmhri Public H-pltal* 8s IDOJtM Tlokcta at 6/8. AM 46. port- 2 . S sce te bdiilt Baralt Blip, It roa'n ? s f ti Head ©Meet «r at i/£ s S Iwtelw 1 all chaivM, tkm* g S lilwl 5 i ?/ A 1 I Jwfc dACKSO f 1 Agent S | B A ft t A I I) 1 N E. 1 js U fM «Mrtr t) But Office, gin toll s 2 Htau and Addran. S S ABOHBB IiUCAS, Ibnmr; S Sg htoi Bmim, Quean St., Brisbane, ? S ^MUMtniiiiNiiinuiiiiiuiiiiiiikiiiittMB Winter Warmth BUbk Quilts MiMat Mom MtKCO Quality AmtraBaa >, 9t z Mint. While, 26/6 pair Grey, 26/8 pair MD, W x 7tina. White, 48/6 pair Gnr, *i/0 pair HnMc Jivi Hum QpBuJ Tlieae Quilt* arc made in a .erv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

later lti8eriftor(iip Private Hospital . Iff&asio.?. ; Tto Ba&ft jfetOGK «j MPT6n. Wm main nut-Hiuir u-i.l » oomfnodatfon. Any I ImmI dix'tore aif< h'. Vor 11' uuultir- &,i, , '<t Matron Sinter iu «k»r*rr \ fT.-ory & oa vic^iokkers. Stock -i.it.ion .'.mansion and >« »><!>. \gents. ; tarif- Inlob ?? Molality. ?pitv.. ) I'.cl"- ' ? &> town free to any lMH'> .' *"W (?}? . i.y. *<T|». Xbi s ? '? :itnd Marine Iranr .MB J C t ? -' .. '.«r».A*#u«)tatioli. . k«. Medcrafs Ltd., ; R CM*'MPT0N. Whiot ciurcr* < f the Fmnons ROSE ««AND Biwui Mid' , t w f ecttonery <>iitr««l 4|tk«'<-ii*»lttiuderst <1 r Onu liji|fii«irlei. $a> Ti MBIB 'MYWE & SON, .iotnovw-atireei ' felloes HpnkeK %r>4 Wheelwright* ' (tutorial kept in stock Inqi« Htoob BUST Xatytainuuuli Fine and Hardwood, ImjIi Mid draMxd, of nil description*. Order* prumptij and 'care...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Islsford District Hosnltal. oOfr The asual monthly meeting of Ieisfo*® Hospital Committee m ty»ld on Friday 2nd Jane, 1028, there Mint present ? Messrs. E. Murphy (in the chtir), W. Mea Sber, M. Bignell, D. Bliis, H. Gale, F. A isley, C. T Murray, G. Horsten, E, H. Beales, the ?cting-nedieal officer, Or. Gray* aid the secretary (Mr. Jaa. Hooper). The minutes of pravioas meeting were read and bonfirmed. The Medical Offlcsra'e report wu as fel lows :-Patients remaining on the 1st May. fonr malea; admitted during month ;fiva males i discharged eight male* ; remaining on&lstMa?, oneroals; oat-p»tients treated daring month. 18 mtles, 28 females j oat door attendances, 163 malea. 160 females. The Viaiting Committee reported every thing In order and no complaints. Tbe following gift* ware rteeirrd daring the monthMr*. Saott, Mrs. Brown, and Mrs. Blain, mixture bottles j Mrs. Hamilton (Portland), eggs; Mrs. Coaon (Omo), bat tar.-A rote of thanks was passed to the donors. Accounts "a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Intertown Football. To-morrow's Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Intertown Football. To-morrow's Games. At the Show Grounds to-morrow (ouna&yj the opening of tbe intertown matches of the present season will create no end ot excitement, sod another great day (win ot loee) in the history of Baroaldme football. The oldest rivals in Central-Western foot ball-Barcaldine and Longreach ~wi<lclash for Intertown honors tor Ibree games. Barcaldine first played Longreach on the Lugoon Creek flat on Saturday, 14th June, 1892, and what Weattm history has foot ball made since that day! The records of hard und tast games tor tbe past thirty yeuts speak tor tbcmeelvcs fur better than any pfu CUD dvscnbd tbevt Since 1692, sutne 81 representative matches bave been played. Longreach bas won 14 uameB and , barcaldine 1*2, whilBt fivo were drawn So oosely have tbe games been contested that the points scored are tbe sauie, vis.: 203 points eaub. The visitors will arrive by speoial train to-morrow morning and will be suitably welcomed by tbe members ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mrs. Mary Burke. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

MN. Nary Bute*. The bell at Sacred Heart Church advis ed ub that another soul had departed hence-Mr*. Marx Burke, aged M Vears-on Monday June 6th, at 12 >30 p.m., alter an illness extending over somb months bome with Christian fortitude and resignation. During the closing period of her long-and useful life Mrs. Burke wee closely attend ee to by her resident daughter, Mr*. Oevery. She passed quietly away in the presence of her two daughters (Mrs. Devery and Mrs Efferney, of Rockhampton) and two eons. The funeral on Tuesday afternoon w*> very largely attended, and represen tative' of the community, some 60 persons walking in addition to a long 1 string of motor cars. The pall j bearers were:-Messrs. D. Hoare, 1 H. Burgess, E. M. Quinn, F. Bou- | stead, M. O'Neill, and H. Symond*. , The impressive service at the grave was conducted by Be v. Father Jones, P.P. Messrs. Meacham & Leyland had charge of the arrangements. There were a number of wreaths and floral tributes: amon...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mrs. Mary Ellen Williams. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Mrs. flary Ellen Williams. I Mary Ellen Williams died pets*' [fully on Saturday night, Jans 3rd, after a short Illness, in the presence of members, of the' family. Her age was given as 7# years, although several who knew the faintly In the early day* 2t Broadaound, when the decep' ." was ene of the rery few white women In it at the time, as sert she must hare been several years older. Mrs. Williams was born at Killarney, Ireland, and ar rived in Brisbane in the SO't, when only eleven years of ag*. At the age of 19 she married Thomas Wilson, a carrier, ana the issue of the marriage was a eon "Tom,*" and two daughters-Mrs. Seaby and Mrs. Esmond, Tom" is unmarried, and was with his mother at hei death. Carrying was a lucrative occupation, and some time was spent on <he Crocodile goldfield. Carrying subsequently was nro«e cuteff between Rockhampton and Clermont, and when her husband died Mrs. Wilson continued to travel with the teams. In 1874 she mairled Henry William*, a car...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

For Chrooio Cha»t Complaint*. Wmdt'timt Pepparartnt Ctara.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mrs. John Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Iw. John Hnrray. Ry the death of ' Mrs. Jobn Murray, of Tullibardine. Naw Farm, Brisbane, (widow of the late Bon. 'Jobn Murray), which j n'cwM at her residence on Monday niirht, May Slit! uotbti .! Queensland's piousue baa bean removed from our raider. Born io Glasgow on September 27tli. 1852, Mrs. Murray (then Mies Margaret M'Gavin) left with her parent*, brothers and eislem for Queensland in tbe EUeusleitih, which uhip her father had half chartered. On nrrivHl in Queensland the M'Gavin fatuity settled on the Peak Downs, and many art! tiu tale* that Mrs Murray told of tfc«>ir early experi ence* with blacks. Tbe hardships and trials endured then paved tbe wny. and made tife in these purtu more bearable for tbe generations to come. Mre. Murray took a keen interest in pastoral matters all ber life, and with her husband, win in terested in station properties to tho end. The Hon. Jobn Murray, nhnm rhe mnrri.-d on January 6th, 1882, predeceased ber liy four and a-balf years-be pussi'd...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Hot Pie Stall. A Sailor's First Business Deal. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

The Hot Pit Stall. -oOo-r A Sailor's Pint Buiico DmI. Sailors, by the very virtue of tneir (calling, have very many unheard of {experiences which landsmen never knew. And if a sailor is a particu larly hard case-and mostly they all lire-then their experiences would not fill a book .but several volumes. To get one of these sailormen talking ts indeed a liberal education. The other day I ran across one of these sailormen who ha" given the sea best, and ts now an eminently respectable citizen, with a home on Bhore. He has quite settled down, but whether the sea ever calls I can not say. We have ha^ quite a num ber of long talks and I have enjoyed iBTery second of them. He told me t&out the first business deal he ever Bia'de, and it is eo amusing that I felt r\ must commit It to print In bis young days Brown-that is tfbt hW^teht name, but it will do sailediheNew Zealand seas. Brought dp on the foreshores of Auckland Hwtror it was, perhaps, only natural ' that Brown's thoughts sh...

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