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STATE HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. A RECORD NUMBER OF CANDIDATES Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

STATE HIGH SCHOOL EXAMINA TIONS. A RECORD NUMBER OF CANDI DATES Brisbane, Thursday. The examinations qualifying for entrance to State High Schools and the secondary department of primary schools will be held .throughout the State to-morrow. The number of candidates Is 2525, which is a record.

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

INTERSTATE SHIPPING Brisbane. Friday. Replying to a deputation, which rdjuested an amendment of the Navigation Act to permit oversea .ves sels to carry Interstate passengers! on the coast, Mr. Hughes stated the Act was framed with a view to fculld ing up an Australian mercantile marine, but it'the shipping com panies were not putting on enough vessels to cope with the passenger traffic they would not get any support from the Government, an,} something 'would have to be done to remedy i matters.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales ANOTHER STRIKE OFF. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

' - _ I New South Wal s -oOo ANOTHER STRIKE OFF. .. Sydney, Thursday. | Ttya Goal Cliffe colliery strike, after lasting 18 weeks,>"has been declared off by the men and work will be re sumed on Monday. It is said the meh have lost £60,000 in wages.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR CONFERENCE IN N.S. WALES. LIVELY PROCEEDINGS. Mr. McGIRR ATTACKS FORMER COLLEAGUES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

LABOR CONFERENCE IN N-8 WALES. LIVELY PROCEEDINGS. McGIRR ATTACKS FORMER COLLEAGUES. Sydney, Thursday. The proceedings of the State Labor Conference have been of a fiery character. Mr. McGirr, ex-Minister, who was blamed in many quarters for the Labor rout at the late elections, made a vigorous attack on his for mer colleagues, Messrs. Mutch, Lou ghlin and Lazzarini, declaring they were traitors to Labor, as they were against motherhood endowment and the efforts made to prevent a reduc tion of the basic wage. Three Ministers in town refuted Mr. Girr's allegations. Mr. Loughlih stated that mother hood endowment was not Mr. Mc Girr's idea, but was regarded as one of the most important measures of the Party. Mr. McGirr was to draw up a scheme for financing it, but all he coulg suggest after three months was a poll tax on every man and woman fn the State. When Mr. Mc Girr refused to gazette the reduction in the basic wage in accordance with the Court's decision the Attorney General advi...

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

Sydney Annual Stud Sheep FAIR, 4922. Tfl/E (UNDERMENTIONED AGENTS will offer the usual consignment of HIGH CLASS RAMS and EWES On behalf ot noted breeders of TASMANIA, NEW SOUTH WALES, VIC TORIA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, and NEW ZEALAND, at their respective Sydney Warehouses commencing onVifrfl" lh!^ 1.1! 3 ,, .< Monday, 3rd July, 1922, AND FOLLOWINB DAYS GOLDSBROUGH MORT & CO, LTD., Circular Quay. WEAVER & PERRY LTD., and NEW ZEALAND LOAN A MERCAN TILE AGENCY CO. LTD., in conjunction, Pynttont. AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE, LAND and FINANCE CO. LTD., and POWERS, RUTHERFORD & CO., in conjunction, Pynnont. DALGETY & CO. LTD., Miller's Point. THE CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE CO- LTD., PyrsMmt Information will be supplied on apfltartJon to the resp«rth» AgtmU,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Empire Exhibition Mission. Visit to Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

British Empire Exhibition Mission. Visit to Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. colonel Christie and Mr. T. Bates, two members 0f the British Empire Exhibition Mission, arrived in Rock ham pton on Wednesday. They were met by the Mayor and taken to the Gardens, with which they were much impressed. Afterwar^8 they werd entertained at afternoon tea. At night they addressed a meeting In the Trades Hall of union secretaries and union representatives ang re ceived an excellent hearing. Those present were deeply impressed by Mr. Christie's remarks. Yesterday morning the visitors were accorded a Civic reception, and Mayor Charlton sai^ Queensland ought to be able to send an exhibit second to none. Mr. Christie particularly referred to the cotton industry, which seemed to be expanding. They ought to be able to take America's place as the supplier of cotton to Britain. He ex pressed surprise at the number of marketable products in the Botanic Gardens, and experts ought to be...

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

The Glideograpb. The serial "The Silent Avenger" sails along merrily at the Glideograph, and becomes more enthralling with each production. It is not too late to start, as the brief synopsis given «ach week explains the story suffi ciently for beginners. There were the usjial entertaining "Gazettes", and the star "Heart of Maryland" was one of those Vita, dramas which appeals to everyone. There was a fair house on Tuesday. A new feature, which will be con . tinued at intervals, and just the short mystery yarns to appeal to the picture lover, are Sherlock Holmes' detective stories. The picture lover should not miss the series. On Thursday the chief picture was the finish of the three-part serial, "The Fatal Hour," which showed i that after all the Princess renounces j the throne for quiet domestic life and love. The synopsis appeared in last issue. Norma Talmadge, always a favorite, appearto advantage in a very fine performance, "The Sign on the Door." This was a drama full of realis...

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

I Pastoral Rents >-oOo The recent appraisement of cents in tbe Land Court at Uharlevilla wi'l hit uany pastoralis'e very bard, particularly in the matter of payment of retrospective rents, says the Roma " Star." In tbe sate of one property it was stated that tbe amount o£ retrospective rent would total £12,000. Many (mall business men have been severely harassed financially when wages awards have bees marie retrospective, and they have had to " fork out" again for wages in connection with work which bad be«n completed and paid for at a charge based on the lower wage. The pastoral in dustry has not been in a flourishing condi tion of recent years, and tbe greedy de mands of a Shylock landlord, who baa might to enforce tbe demands, will not as sist it on the road to prosperity The re trospective rentals will re-aot en tbe people in these pastoral districts who depend upon the pastoral industry for trade aud work, and so re-aot on the Govemmant. In giv ing his decisions at tbn Olonc...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football History. By the "Champion" Sport [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Football History. -oOo By the "ChamDlon" Snort W!hen a complete history ot Western Queensland 1B written football must claim a place in its pages because the game is historic in the principal townB; men who made history tor the West. supported the game. The pioneers of the West can tell of the fijrst stirring intertown game In the West some 30 years ago,and though th» game was interrupted .feeveral times-twice on account of. wbrs, we again to-day flrtd this great game «n a firm footing in the western towns, and 1>y a series of articles in the "Western Champion" the football fans of to-day will learn of the hard hat ties Barcaldine and Longreach have 'li^d for the supremacy,. and the honor of (he game, from th«>jtounda tion of football to the end of the 1921 season. Both Barcaldine aq£ Long reach liave every" reason to oe proud of their players of .the past', and their stirring deeds on the field. Football at Barcaldine first came into being In the year 1892, when on the '29th ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram and Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

I Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram and Mail N Z L, & M.A.. Co Ltd., Brisbane, held their wool sale on the.80th alt., and report as follows : -Our catalogue was pf average selection. Good competition from America, Japan, and the Continent. Good and medium fleece was higher, and inferior ir regular; all skirtings were very firm i weaners and lambs were higher. Tbere was a good clearance. We offered 9100 bales, and our sales included :-Greasy New Deer 26jd.; Kateroy 26Jd; Nopo 25fd; Enston 25 fd.; Norwood 24}d.; Gienddoch 23Jd.; The Lawrence 23Jd.j Neenah Bark 23$d; Newark 23}d.; Mafeking 23jd-; Wil ton, 28}d ; Avietnore 28id ; W.A.(j|Ara mao 22jd ; Campgie 22jd.; Coornmbene 20|d.: Fern brook 20ia.; Maithoid Iflid.; Compete 18fd.; Saltbush 18$d i Glenora Downs 18|d; Glenvalley 18}d.; Notus Downs 18d ; Bonnie Doon 17Jd.j Dunblane floe., 17Jd.S Beryl f., 16fd. 8cour^d -Kate roy, ramB, 34d.; Malvern Hills bkn, 32d ; Aviemore bis , 29id.; Mayfield bkn., 28d.j Beryl, flee., 27jd...

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

F. P. O'REILLY, Pharmaceutical Chemist andNYALAGEST Proprietor of Graham's well known Family Remedies Graham's White Pine & Tar (Cough remedy) " Cranules (the Little Liver Pill) " Healing Ointment " Dermal Lotion (for rnughncss or tedneRB of the skin due (o winter chaps) Fnll Btocks of NTAL'S PEEP ACTIONS, indndin^ FIGSEN (the Lolly Laxative), BftBY COUCH SYRUP GLYCERINE and LINSEED Compound, HUSKEYS. Largo assortment of High-class Toilet Requisites, iuclnding Face CreamB, Face Powders, Talcams, Brash ware and Perfumery. For Winter Comfort try oue of our HOT WATER BOTTLES KODAK CAMERAS and SUPPLIES. Country clients can rely on promptness aud despatch of any orderB entrusted to ub. THE BARCALDINE PHARMACY

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NOTES & COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

MEN Hy FEr.ii. N il |fr. Donogan is a South Australian j who has been paying a visit to Ire- , land, and writing from Cork to a Attend he gives some particulars of . What be had observed. In Cork j Marly all the principal buildings . Were in ruins, and while travelling to the city he saw many fine houses .which had been recently burned. \ yjirn many other Australians Mr. i Donegan thought that the accounts1 .t Irish affairs were exaggerated; i tat be had learned that not one* | thousandth part ol the real factsI laa been published. It was not, ?ate to talk politics, and no man i trusted another. There was no law : or order. Conditions were like thnnp in Russia, and there was no 1 security for life and property. How; things would be after the elections he did not know and could not ven ture an opinion. Ur. Donegan said the people were glum, .sad an^ dour, and looking spiritless and indifferent. And no wonder with the great trouble they have been led into by the extremists, who promis...

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

Steer by the Light! that enid" you right Amid the perils <>f the niaht Steer by the beacon's eearchins hpatn. Steer by the nonpar and th° irleam ! When mountain spiif break o'er the rail And "all bards" hie to shnrton sail. Eoviving warmth <W comfort su-e la found in Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Rheumatic Sufferers. Many suffarprs from rheumatism have b<">n surprised and d»lij(hte<1 at tha prompt rrlic! obtained by applying Chambcriai n'n Pain Balm. In advising ynu to use Chamberlain's Pain Halm for Rheumatism, we knr.w it, will give you perfect satisfaction, ai Hie first application will relieve the pain, and Its rnntinued use for a short tlmp will i-ffptt prrmnnTt relief. fold by Hugh Savage and A. farnell & Sons.

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

Bart etl's Arsenical Lanoline Dip Gets l ight at the seat of the trouble. IT da»U lnetaot deaiU to tlie Ulowtly 1,5 a novel means. ttsrrott's Ai'btmital S«>lc11u« Dip, umlxe uiort other dipt, actually otters uu a'na ilo:. 10 F':cs aiui lamina ilitlr death warrant at the ram* IU»<>. lie AMU on tvt uliich lu iiuituporaled In the dip and wtlch, t.igettici v\t. the *.rnen:<: utid tLe Lauolme makes a perfect emalsloa -draws t'.in diet- ati<i thti. tie douth-deallbg Anienic gets to work I Pa torali ta i^ervw^pi- Pratso its Work. At a MTtsiit demonstration at Mores. wLere flockg of badly to ftrtid block *eit :refaic«t, the reuulta achieved bj this dip In ridding tlu.t ittiwo if, uil dfulltm ('estli to, ull flies iters so convincing that prastUf) ly «»« * pqtuorttiiut present at Uiat demonstratlon plsoofl bis sarter'd.-r* an«i then. Barrett's Arsenual 1 incline does not Injur* the wool, la mix, and equally good for etilier Jittlng or dipping. It ta the...

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

H.S-&S.I. League. BAR?AL»INE BRANCH. General Meeting of returned sol diers will be held on MONDAY, June 19th, at 8 p.m. at the Hotel Shakespeare. Good attendance re quested. A. H. PEARSON, Secretary. Impounding Notice. IMPOUNDED nt Haicaldine from Tara by order of M esc re. Cud more & Sous. DnrnntrcR 2r. Gel-, mile npo 3A.. ;ioaiid fees 2f>. 2d. pt*r day. Date, 10th June, 1922. Charees to flat*, £1 18r- 2d. Corrected Brand. Ono bay mare branded 7VK over blotcli G7 near niton Ider, lil.-e U (hori zontal } near thigh, foal at foot un bmnded. If not released to be sold on tbe Fourth Day of July, 1922. C. H. FYSH, Poundkeeper. R.PARK, Bookseller, Stationer, Newsagent, Tobacconist, BARGALDINE. FOOTBALLS-Boya Leather Nos. 1, 2, 8, 4, and Men's Hatch n. POSTS-School, Lunch, all sixes Bladders all Bizes. TENUIS BALLS-Ayres Champion R. PARK, Oak-street - BARCALDINE Oar Jobbing Department U replete la every detail, and la under the Per ianal supervision at one of tbe pro pr...

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ST FAITH' CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, YEPPOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

ST IiF^tTH' CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. YEPPOON' 8t Faith's School Is the second .cLool to be datablishe^ under the >loceun Scheme oI Education- It 4 to be opened In October ud will teke PUPIIb tor preparation for the various public examination! up to hp Senior University standard The Bite ot the school is a magni ficent one without rival in Queens aad within easy walking distance I the centre ot the rising seaside own ot YePpcon. Preliminary Prospectus and other cfonnation can be obtained on ap Mcation to the Diocesan Secretary, Bex 16, O.P.O., William-street, Rockhamptott, or any ot the Paro-1 ch!al Clergy.

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Barcaldine P.A. & H. Society. Appointment of Judges. Stewards and Officials. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Uafs;tidi.iB P.A. & H. Society. -oOo Appointment of Judges. Stewards and Officials. The usual monthly meeting of Bai ealdine Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural Society Committee was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday afternoon, June 8th, at which there were present:-Messrs- Tom Hannay (President, in the chair), A. D. Alex ander, A. M. Ferguson, R, Park, C. B. Plumb, P.' S filing, w. F. Riley, R. F. Lyons, J. Meacham, J. G. Miller, R. J; McCullough, T. W. McKie, Ty j, O'Connell, R. Ander son, the Secretary (Mr. C. Lloyd Jones) ahd Press rep. Apologies "were tendered on behalf of Messrs. TO. James and L. L. Pearson. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. There was considerable correspon dence, including applications for schedules from intending exhibitors at Rockhampton, Orange (N.S.W.), , Blackall, Tocal (Longretach), Gele « bele (Muttaburra), and Peak Downs. . There were acknowledgments in reply to the Secretary's circular from various quarters. Among...

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

Alio the Famous Craven Burleigh Hair Dar kener, 3/6 Shampoo Powder, (per das.). 2/6 Slrio and Scalp Soap. 1/" Face Crefem. 2/6 Fac. Powder. 2/6,4/6 11 a a h o, 3/6 Hair Health The constant aw of Join Craven-Burleigh's True Hair Grower (Pomade) if your Hair is Dry or Hair Tonic (Liquid) It the Hair ia naturally Oily will prove tbe most effectual way of rejuvenating and beautify ing; me hair. Theie pre Erations penetrate to the ir roots, follicles. pig mentary glands, etc.. de stroy all hsnnful germs, eliminate Dandruff, and promote a steady growth of new luxuriant hair. ? John Cnven-Sarlelgh'a preparations have a world wide reputation of 25 odd years'standing, and are die finest preparations known {or producing healthy hair. In addition their regular use ia a safeguard against all Hair and scalp troubles. Price. Pomade <oiiy) 3/6 Box; or Hair Tonic (non oily). 3/6 bottle. ' FREE SAMPLE «f Halt Grower rod ' haaapoo Howdtr aent on receipt of 3d. in atamna, or liberal samples...

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Good news for future Lamb,marking. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 10 June 1922

Good news for future Lamb.marklnn. Sheepmen will be very interested in tte new Patent Larab-tBHrkiriK Knife, invented and patented by Mr. F C, O. Luck, of Portlaad Downs, Ilfraeou.be, who hue bean identified in the Sheep Industry all fail life, und ii recognised'at one of tbe Itudiag practical men in this State, and wb<> bat given bis patent fall teat for tbe p*st t«r* years, and claims for it that it it as quiok, mncb cleaner and more effective th«n the old method. There l» no doa'it. the old system of Limbjaaarking in the past baa called aloud tog ' years for some new means to escape tbe very ciod" and uocleaB method of marking, which baa not only been moat unpleaaunt to the operator baft injurious to the teeth. Many letters oj bi»/h commendation buve been received by tbe Patentee : rotn , several of tl.e beat known Puetoralists in Central Q'leeriB'und, who have yiven tbe new Knife a test, which baa enoouiiijjed Mr. Lin k t> Beeuie Patent Eights in all tbe leading...

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

Rockhampton Visitors, CALL AT ATKINSON'S Central Boarding House, Bolsover-street. Betweam EUi «>/ tiou and PMt Odo» (Next 8«ot» Kiifc) Phone 533. Tariff Moderate Table ltaK»»ll"i!'t Try u» *or Job FrSntfn«. /ruttle's\ / Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. M *| LmM* tmtm ttunftnt It* M it tMVmrmtim a»W thmtr «#»... Lm m HW i#a « VCRTHII fittiCPtttf fkOM JILMUtHH. NDITI CO. LTO.. I .cau.rau.pt eo. in- u ILDON m,

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