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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

The "Champion" Dot*' oomprUw. twojiy pagus folio, ana to atm) I from front to back cover. Send atoa* ? your name and baoome one ot coi bippy aabaorlbara- - "Champloa* Offlca. , BEXONA: T<1E ABISTOCRAT OF SOAPS. v M-in K *1 S it, tlv favouti' see . i*(? .i.jin.. inir .mi b*th. Bi'Mt to hahv'-i *!*».?., ».«!, "Iftr one* H< x< i» . >.*..», y«»u *11 i?"v» «* '*aiit* to us»* &i* «>tli-^ I'ric j- v " **oM. O&laiiMbl* < v r\ A Gore for Eczema. Hundred* and hundreds of people go on .uttering the miseries and afflictions of eczema, year to, year out. now trying this eo-caUed remedy, then that, and obtain ing no relief from their distress. If you .till have ecsema it shows that you have not used Gtoan&a Salve, which has proved itself a complete cure where everything else baa failed, because the penetrating oil it contains goes direct to the seat ol the disease and clears it right out. Eczema, the burning, itching tormen...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Amazing suicide. Young Wife Sets Fire to Methylated Spirits in Her MontH [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Amazing suicide. -oOo VODBg Wile Sets Fire to Methylated Spirits la Ber Hontta DMHMKau crinence wii jjiren by a hospi tit QiKtruu ftt the inqneat on Cltrt O tavi^ Brown, Si yeai*. wifu of D«»id lirown. 0<> °7aldkirk, who di»d in U»lton hospital (Rni;lHBd). V^raied *h. confined in January, and on Mnr. b 16th, on returni'g home, her tnifhaiid found hnr with her nightdress if flumps.-Mi«e 51. £ Brown m.tron of lbs Multon OottN(rn Hospital, stated tbatd ceantd was admitted on March 16th .ufffrinifftoin S' vi-tf burns. On April 4'h tbo uuled witness i( sl<t> WAS likely to die. «'>d wnfi told that the chants were that ebo would Peeuuscd then .burst into learn, and h united ibateho bad done it hcr-elf, ad- i « t'«nt she p'lCfd Bome tufthy iaipd spiri'a in her in< utb, and ret fire to it with a nmrch -L>r. Ii'.b'li-s Brown attri buted death to septic poisoning following liurn., mid lb« jury retu'nud n verdict of " Suicide whi n Temporarily IoialS...

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

If Hot, Why Not! ahi; y^u A ir (iiJi.Ait im m. .O1 SFI'f Wttsfrp ^hampiou, (20 folio, willi vcr) Br<» t. .: ive Q. Are You Keeping Abreast of the Time ? .'The V eat»Tn Champion," th* 0 ntra . vest weekly paper, wltl keep you inform d or ihn world's heppenfnoe. It gives you ALL the new* whUo it to niwl The oiblr wrviivK pnblixlicd reguUilv t<t ' 1'i> ? Wwtteni Champion" cut you in t»pch wi*h on the important Wppenititffi The pnetorul and livestock rvpi r«f k<->p y o 1 touch with the !»«.! mark*'* Kpi-ciiil Kockhumpicp telejfrbro rvttw. No umltflf what tbo " Mm/ of Affiim" whuU <o know, he finds intelligent lnfortutioii in " Tiie Wt*tern Clmmpion." Ami L'«ul aud Dm>rict newr ; uII ihw-n ihi' ch .o vitally important Ui all are fiand is 'tie. Kilumun of tlib " Champion " The " Champion" is aa aueiceilud mid itiflur - (- til advertising medium. EVERY SATURDAY 6 A.M. Yonr Newsagent can supply yen, or obtato direct from the OKiee, Box 27...

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

OQJTIMRY. The old carrying pioneets . are tut departing from' our midst, aim like the heroes of Balaclava, will all soon be a memory of the past. Death claimed two well-known Cen tral Railway line identities since our last issue, both of whom were known as "Granny," and highly re specter by the circle in which they moved. Strange to relate both re sided in Ash-street West, only one cottage separating their respective i homes.

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

THE WESTERN CHAMPION, BARCALDINE Pbo*el8 E«Ut>. 187a P.O Box 37 The Representative >onroal lor Geotril Westero Queensland. Wholly l'roduced and Publicbed in Dareal dim* every Saturday morning (t 6 am. SUBSCRIPTION Per Annm is AdvatiM (posted) Jfcl S 4 Per Anaam in Advaaoe (Iaoal delir.) 1 2 (j Qaarterly (pesUd) ... ... 6 (1 Quarterly (local) ... ... ( 1 ADVERTISING CHARGES Pint Incli ... ... ... 5 Brery Soccfediag lach... ... 4 f Birth ami D*fttkNatices 3«. 0d.; llarrian Notiime 5a 96 (aaat be authenticated); Thankn Notices (met exceeding eight linen) 5B fid : In ME«eriai* Notices 8s Cd (Veraee Cd. par line extra). oBtiaol Advertising at Special Seale Bates. AdTertUemamta eem|»»te»tly tekea by phone. All adrt«. are jndioioaaljr duplayod and placod AA near reed in emitter a* poeaibla, Campbell. James t James,

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

QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporaled under ih Uompsnio Act, 18G3. Authorised Capital ... J2,(H<0,U0n 0 o Snbioribed Capital ... gfri.to* . ti O&pital Paid Up ... V<9,7*H 0 0 Bdserre 825,WM) v 0 Interminable Inscribed iDo posit Stock 8,091,CM . 0 DIRECiOBS: J^mes Ebq (Chairman). HOD. G VV Giuj, Jim. Lot* W 11. dart, Ks4 , L. I. ljiivn,IfiK«j. GENERAL MANACER M. U. HAYMKN Btaatbn-Lotld D Mtlb.eiae, tyriney < »«d tiroughoas Qut*etisl>iod. Agent throughout Australia and the World. omjiinniviini INEXPRESSIVE DAIRYMEN CAN BE FOUND IN HUNDREDS, whd think highly of their BALTIC Separator, and we have i heap of letter* from EXPRESSIVE dairymen who have put their high opiaiona on paper BALTIC Separators are highest quality, eaay oper ated. invincible skimmers G$t Patticalars Separator Co. Ltd. IB ROMA ST. - BRISBANE rtfmimnHimiiiftiummnnimimiiiimiiiiiiHuitMJntimil loaa Agents - MEACHAM A LEYLAND, Saroaldlne and Longreaoh Make your Home New Aga...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Westwood Sanateriam. Notes by a Patient. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

?, Wfistwtid SamttriiBi. I ? . Noloi *>j » Patient. The weather. « hinh mc*o« »o mnch ton. bis been h^).»virg )!»#.]?' lataly, md we have enjoyed, * long succession of wonder* lul'y dry and sunny <:ays. For those nts allowed tuwftllt a boat, the bush ia very attractive. Chii -carving hi** lat-ly liiftvi me ot us nld p pularity but BOW Mr Smith and his dicipes have miucess* "tolly iB»r<«iuc<3ti « n«* and facioating bubby in fai cy leather w>>rk Nui»>- T. Day has b uu aildeJ to t hi- staff abd has already become qui'e ' one of u«" Thanks chiefly to the staff, cur Easter concert proved a m>»rSed aucO'S* Mr J. Tadutin vcbo made h*s debut as quite a oivcuvery, ffbil'* th»* Sanatorium b*s gamed a beautilul eiagrr and accomplished musi cian fa Mr. B. Martin Several new tab Ihhus, finely conceived and arranged, were mated by the »MT. Tt.ere is evidently a clever mind behind these popular ^ items; " Memories of 1914'" gate « graphic rrp . reaen...

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

Quite Different. Tho nnllnprc rounU nvlirin" mr»v pnnth* ?lirnut, but i* no nnwr tn : rpcovpry ie a «?»v»nnrt MMrV l« mor* IShMa Chpm^rMn** Oonph Rom^r outf'* f'ifff'nn*, ^'onu«A ft: rat nnlr unntflpft. hn* *l*n hoalo. on Mm* pff'-rtnH rvirhi an* a fnMif* «*^n'-V Pold hr TTugh p*M \ Pimoll ft Son.q. "WoA.te* n^nf Pppporipint-Cure, or Cnuifhp nnrt roldp, new fails The State Government Insurance Office transacts » Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance on the most favourable terms. FIVE YEARS' RESULTS Approximate Amounts Insured Fire and MisccUaneom Accident jr 1 1}500j000 w* £3,500,000 HEAD OFFICE t , Cavi. Injur wee Boildiiif, George and Elizabeth Sti., Brisbane Sruchn at-Warwick, Ipawicb, Toovroomba, Roma, Roclth&mpton, : Bundabergi Maryborough, Mount Morgan, TowniriUe, Cairn*. Agamtht is all town* throughout tlw Sute. John A. Watson, CmWIM. Roberts. Barcaldine. 4 General Banking Business. Conducted at 81 Branches throughout Australia Now Guinea (2) and at London (2). S...

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

Oor ut>-«o-rta1^ Jobbing Plant 1P .( yonr 4Uuo»nl. Proofs of Job* »ub mittM If -?'rhsmptor'* Oftiw

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

Barcaldine Rugby League. -oOo The usual weekly meeting1 ol the Bar caldine Rugby League was held at Devery's Hotel on Wednesday even ing last, there being present: Messrs. J. Farrell (Chairman),.S. Hoy, J. O'Connell, J. McQuald, J. Kuder, W. Mallory, E. Vale, and C> Lloyd-Jones. Apologies were received from Messrs. R. Park, and J. j. Lynch, i The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. There "was no correspondence. The Secretary advised that he had rung up Aramac regarding last Sunday's match. The message re ceived from Aramac last Sunday was misunderstood. Aramac desired Barcaldine to play at Aramac on Sunday, 18th June, ang advised that a letter to that effect would be sent, but he had not yet received the let ter. Thfs matter was then held over until the arrival of the letter. It was resolved that In the event of Mr. MUrnane not having re turned by Sunday next Mr. R. It. Qnfnn be asked to referee the re presentative match. Mr. "W. Mornett will be asked to referee ...

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

The Keturned Soldier -oOo The attitude of the National Party and the Labor Party in regard to re turned soldiers has been very clearJy set out lately by Mr. HugheB and Mr. Charlton respectively. The Prime Minister states definitely that the "digger" is worthy of the very best that the country can do for him, and that preference in employment, which is the Government's policy, is to be continued. The leader of the Fede ral Labor Party, on the other hand, has declared emphatically that his Party disagrees with preference to soldiers as carried out by the Hughes Ministry. His statement was scarcely necessary for the extremists who have captured the Labor movement have no time for soldiers. The Doo ley Government in New South 'Wales lost no time in wiping out preference to returned men, ana the Trades Hall In Brisbane is at present busy with preparations to approach the State Arbitration Court with a request that preference to sailors and soldiero shall be expunged from all awards. It w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Thursday's Great Attractions. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Hmdn'8 Great Attractions. 'i'be ftilnwinif ib a ajnops.B of "Tbe Mhn Who DilL'tCare"-a tine teituie picture with FranceBCa Ueriini in tbe lt)>d-which will be shown at the Giitieogiaph nest Thursday evening, June 15th. This pic tare will support 'tbu super'ffatiire " lilt* . of Life''-a thrilling story of Sm Fran cisco's Ctiinatown and Underworld In aale?|:y old country Tillage in Italy, which ia noted tor ita wouderful waterfalls, liven a Count, whose cnetle. grounds practicaliy embrace tbu whole villus. Thi« Count, wbo Is possesed of a great foituno, ia a very lazy man, and praotioally takes no uctive interest in anything. In the village the old chemist's daughter ia now grown up and very beautiful. The cberaint and hid friend 'the Padre dectJe to try and bring ?.boat ft marriage between tbo Count and Beatrice, tbe daughter of the Chemist, but sEe 1b already ia love with an obacure en .ginesr, whQ baa been ber playfellow frotu Cbilahood. Her p&rebte however, point out tb...

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

Influenza. When you have an attack of Influenza tako immediate steps to reduce the fever as quickly as possible, and for this there is no bettor meUictue than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It «U1 reduce the fever, lessen the inflamma tion surrounding thi> lungs and bronchial tubes. With Chamberlain's Cough Remedy there is iaegt of doveloptng that nasty cough that so often follows influenxa. Sold tiy Hugb Savage and A. Paraoli k Sons. tit oa tor Job tnsttng.

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

IDODUZB. When you have an att <cb of Influenza take immprtinff steps <o ri-duT- th<> fi vi r an quickly as possibly and f ir this there is no better mP'licinr than Oamberlain'a Cough Remedy It will redure th' frw»>r, lessen the inflamma tion surrounding th» lungs and bronchial tubes. With Chamberlain's Couch Reini-d* tlier* in no dangr nf di-ve|npi"g that nasty cough that so often f >l<n«R influenza. Sold by Hugh Havave and A. P >rnrl) & a ms

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Soldiers' Memorial Fund. An Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Tin SBMIIPI' Hnaariai Find. An Appeal.) At the meeting on the Ittk alt. b»M 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 Counell to review and discuss the position of affairs ta regard to the Memorial runt's. It was resolved unanimously to strenu ously endeavor to reach the Target originally fixed at £1006. Too much praise cannot be given to the Ladles Committee for their noble work, anil the magnificent results of their self sacrificing efforts In this cause. Ift order to place the top stone np<m their endeavors a sum of £250 Is re quired to enable the Committee t» finalise the whole scheme. In 1911 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 ot Vustralia, and now that victory Is assured and our) homes and lands preserved to us Inviolate, will the rlch men of Barcaldine and district l...

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 STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKINS Use ELLIOTTS ft Neverstkk" tMMiralots (Reo'd) Gatramnd id curt and rtnovttt the itiekieit Lwrtwr and Oitikim arocurabk. Ui« it «lso for Bumr and Motor Hoodt. **e. Abioluiely wMwproof Sold in two coWuri-N»lur»l nd . Hick. Nrtural ituicd for<mtint*ll coloured laftther. NEVERSTICK'dritt in )l minutet. Sold Price 3/3 a tin Who Utile Amu for Qioralud: Arthur Scmlt & Co..Edward St..Brtsbane For Influenza Cold*, take Woods' Great Pepp rmiot COM, FUST AID IN TBI BOMB. Keep Magnetic Liniment in the houss for (tDergmcirs, it baniahrs all pain and ii most yoHiing, and thpre is nothing like Dr. Bbel Ion's Magnetic Liniment to quickly heal aorra tod cuts, and to relief sprains, rhrumatie i»inc and lame U»ck. Quickly stops tootbacbn snd n'.urilgia Obtainable fivery where. YOUR Kind of * DIGESTION * * X ifo STOMACH or BOWEL? D® yon know the diHerence b<» tween Stomach Indlfetllos aad Rowel Indigestion ? In very many c.«»i:e the UuweJ is...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EXORBITANT CHARGING. SYDNEY HAIRDRESSER ARRESTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

EXORBITANT CHARGING. SYDNEY HAIRDRESSER ARRESTED. Sydney, Friday. Detectives raided the hairdreBBlng saloon of McDonald's in Pitt-street. Two plain clothes detectives entered the shop and after being attendee to raised a dispute about the prices charged-17/3. The detectives waiting outside then entered the shop and arrested the proprietor, George Mac donald, and four barbers. They were later charged with conspiring to de fraud. The Inspector of Police told the Magistrate that complaints had been made for years, particularly by country people,, of the exorbitant charges, customers having, in some cases, to pay as much as from £6 to £7 for shampooing, massaging, &c. Defendants were remanded on bail.'?

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

ENGINEEBEVG CONTRACTS Sydney, Friday. Sir John Fuller has announced that a close inquiry will be made b? two leading accountants into the con tracts made between the Government and the Clyde engineering works for the supply of 300 locomotives, of which 40 had been delivered. A week ago the men at the works were given notice of dismissal because of the .trouble which arose between the Go vernment an<j the Clyde Works. In-j dignation meetings led to the Cabinet | considering the matter and yesterday < a tentative arrangement was reached enabling Ahe Company to carry on until the position respecting the con tracts had been fully Investigated. The announcement of the decision was received at the works with prolonged cheering.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

SYDNEY WOOL SALES Sydney, Friday. At the wool sales on Thursday a very irregular market met with while the best merinos were in de mand on American account at prices which showed a little change. Medium to inferior wools ruled 6 to 10 per cent, below May levels. Crossbreds showed irregularity, but scoured merino sold at' satisfactory figures and a fresh record for the season was made, viz.: 44Jd. per lb

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Latest from Kockhampton. | By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 3 p.m. Seven men were engaged here to day to go to work on Many Peaks ertpnsion an<j three for Ranne*. Annie May Scanlan, with numerous aliases, who causey such a sensation last week,, celebrated li«r release by getting well inked and using bad lafiguage in Denison-street. A re pentant Annie pleaded hard for mercy, reckoning she hag been doped. Annie was fined 10/, or 48 hours for drunkenness, and £2 or a month for language. Leslie Quinn and George Penfold Cook were charged in the Police Court to-day with being on licensed pre mises after hours. Bach was fined 23/6. William Alexander McKinnon pleaded guilty to driving a motor bus past a tramcar which had stopped for the purpose of setting down pass engers. This is the first case of the kind in Rockhampton. In inflicting a nominal fine of 6/- with costs the Police Magistrate said that In future cases the fines would be increased. For a. similar offence William Sm...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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