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THE TASMANIAN ELECTIONS COUNTING STILL IN PROGRESS. Hobart, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

(THE TASMANIA!? ELECTIONS COUNTING STILL IN PROGRESS. Hobart, Friday. Counting in connection with tne elections is continuing. Only three candidates Save been definitely elected as yet-one Nationalist and bor. ijt is expected that Nationalist and Labor will be about equal arn<l thaf the Country Party will hold the bal ance of uower.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922 Political Activities. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

miiOttWPiQN; Vita sine Uteris mors est. BAKCALDINE SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922 Political Activities. The Prime Minister and the Stats Premier have finished electioneering tours in Queensland,-prior to the latit session of their respective Parlia ments. Mr- Hughes does not deny the probability of an early Federal elec tion, but Mr. Theodore says that the State election will not arrive before its due date in October, 1923. A Federal election -trill take place this year if the Country Party members are not afraid of annihilation, and, as nobody in particular wants to sack himself out of a £1000 a year job at easy work, the Federal crisis will be postponed as long as possible. But all the while electors must remem ber in such things as these "You never can tell." . . . ? . . . The possibility of a State election is of more importance to us in Queensland because the Dead Hand lies heavy on all private enterprise, and relief cannot be hoped for until there is a change of Government. TMfe peop...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

" Most fit for yonr best health and recreation." gEMU PARK Central Queensland's Delightfully Picturesque and Perfect Seaside Healtti Resort. ' A WINTER CLIMATE INCOMPARABLE. THE EMC PARK HOTEL. Always Genuinely Comfortable and Acceptably Tariffed. Easily accessible via Rockbamptoo* ,' " Excellent Train Service. Fairly gobd Motor Road. H. W. JOHNSON, Hotelier. Phone 8.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Can Be Depended Ufoa. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is the must successful tii>'dluim> in uae for bowel complaiutB- Kolicvt-s griping, all kinds of diarrhoea, and at tbe first unusual loosened of tbe bowels should be takeo. It can be de pended upon even in the most some and dan gerous cases, Hold by Hugh Savage and A. l'arnell & Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

I Jota ?. C«buiii B L. H. Peterson Boher Fnblia. Notary Pnblio. GA&NAN & PETERSOU Solicitors and Notaries, LONGREACH. And I.O.A. Buildings, O.aeea-atreet. BRISBANE ' H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH L DQ, DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolso/er-straet, RO^KHAbtPTON and Eagle-st, LONGREACH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. LONGREANCH BRACH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Longreach and District. LOMBXANOB BBAOH OMOX. There is no change in the weather to report. It is still very dry and very dusty with not the slightest .sign of rain. Things are beginning to look serious. Feeg on the reserves is be coming scarce and stock are begin ning to feel the pinch. j The stock crossings for the week include the following:-1900 mixed sheep from Dahra to the scour and return, Peele owner in charge; 3500 wethers from Maneroo to trucks, A. M-E. Co. owners, G. Cross m charge; 4600 sheep from Rose^ank to the scour and return, McKenzie & Smith owners, T. Pennington in charge; 4000 mixed sheep from Win ton to tracks, T. Rutherford in charge; 6000 mixe^ sheep from Dun donald to Loche'n. Cochrane & Sons owners, A. McDonald in charge; 1400 wether8 from Luthrle to Longreach, T. Darchy in charge; 100 wethers from MaluLa to trucks, Tom Pen nington owner in charge ; 160 mixed sheep from Leander to the scour, and return, A. A. Moffat owner, W Houston in charge;...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Victoria COMMONWEALTH WAR AND PEACE LOANS A BIG INTEREST DISTRIBUTION. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Victoria COMMONWEALTH IfAB AND PEACE LOANS A BIG INTEREST DISTRIBUTION. Melbourne, Friday. Interest on the Commonwealth War and Peace Loans was paid yesterday, £5,096,000 having been distributed among over half-a-million people. This Is the largest amount ever paid by the Commonwealth to investors In Australia.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, June 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, Juno 16th "The weather to-day having turned cold and bleak with a clouded sky we may hope for an early change. The burotnHer, at time of writing, shows no change. but as the light wind keeps S E. rain may oocar from acroBB the seas, tbe r<?eu t of some raon soonal influence yet to be recordm at our central meteorological station. The weather conditions during the week have oertaioly been somewhat peculiar, and little wonder colds are prevalent. Ia maximum temp>ratures : F>-idiiy recorded 80.4degs., with a 69 Siege, on Mondny, the a jump into the 70's, the average for tb . week being 76 8degs. The minimum was equally »s erratic. Friday Bight mark«d 64.5degs., and 52.1dega. tbe next night; then it dropped to 32 4dega. on Tu^uday, there being frost in op n space*. There was an eastern breeze. It became warmer -with a chance of wind and Thursday 9am. showed 43.2de>g*. as the minimum for pre vious night. The average for the week was 43 Sdegs r...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CUSTOMS DEMAND STIFLES INDUSTRY. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

CUSTOMS DEMAND STIFLES - INDUSTRY. Melbourne, Friday. Owing to the Customs demanding a cash guarantee in reference to the importation of parts ot motor cars It was states authoritatively yesterday that Wolsely Motors, otherwise Vict ors Ltd., has practically abandoned their proposal to erect an assembling factory In Melbourne capable of turn ing out 1000 cars yearly. The pre mises obtaineg in Melbourne for fac tory purposes have been sold. Representatives of the firm state they were asked for a cash guarantee of £10,000.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

C. M. NICOLSON, Auctioneer, Stock, Station md Property 'Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 P.O. Box 27 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries ' Car available for inspection purposes. Laad Hatter* a Speciality. Land Oo«rl« Attended. A|»|tticationa Lodged. Ag$nt for Barrett's Arsenical Lanolins Sheep Dip and Fly Deatruotor Buzacotts', Ltd., Brisbane Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, J E R ICH O. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, Ac. Oar Oarage and Motor Aooessory Department, being thoroughly np-to ate, oliants can rely on an Efficient and Expert Servioe Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. PA .Box 12. The Reckhampton Boys' Grammar School (Fonnded 1879.) For over FORTY YEARS haa provided tb opportunity for Central Queensland Boys To enter the aristocracy of Intellect, to secure pre eminence in Sport, and to attain a high level of Character. -Finest Laboratories for the practical teaching, of all branches of Scien e and ?ngin...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sooth Australia. THE LATE SIR ROSS SMITH IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL IN ADELAIDE. "CORTEGE A MOST IMPOSING ARRAY." Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Sooth Australia. THE LATE SIB BOSS SMITH IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL IN ADELAIDE. "CORTEGE A MOST IMPOSING ARRAY." ' , Adelaide, Friday. Hie funeral of the late Sir Robb Smith took place yesterday. All tfce business places closed during the funeral hour. The cortege was a most imposing array. So vast was It that it extended all along the route to the entramce gates *of North Road Cemetery. ( An impressive feature was a flight of three aeroplanes from the Com monwealth Flying School. ^ Tens of thousands of people were present along the roadside and at the cemetery.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Station Hands' Award. Wages to be Reduced. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Station Hands' Award. Wages to be Redneed. In the Arbitration Court last Saturday be fore the President (Mr. Justice McCawley), the United Graziers' Association applied for a redaction in wages as set oat in the station hands' award. Mr. Edkins appeared for the employers, and Mr. Oanstan for the Australian Workers' Union. Mr. Edkins moved that the award be suspended. He pointed out that dairying and farming werd exempted from any award. The financial position was very bad. He sub mitted M.able, showing the losses of cattle owners, Amounting to £2,500,000 in the present state of affairs. The reason they asked for suspension was that, in some in s auoea, it would mean that all employees would be dispensed with unlets an arrange ment could be made. Mr. Dunstan said1 that he was opposed to any suspension of the award. The wool section to-day was in the most prosperous position it had ever been. If anything was done, His Honor sbould safeguard the men working for contractors. Every indus...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tasmania. TEMBER STRIKE IN TASMANIA. SERIOUS OUTRAGES BY STRIKERS ON LOYALISTS. Hobart, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Tasmania. TEMBER STRIKE IN TASMANIA. SERIOUS OUTRAGES BY STRIK ERS ON LOYALISTS. Hobart, Friday. In connection with, the trouble at the timber yards at ' Geevston, where the workers are on strike In connec tion with the mill tramline, several outrages on loyal workers have been perpetrated, including e dynamite outrage at a boarding-house and a vicious attack on a tramway conduc tor named Lawless. Proceedings were carried a step further yesterday when the loyalists were attacke^ by strikers armed with clubs- When going to work past Ti tree thicket one loyalist, Vernon Brook, 18, received a vicious blow on the head with a club, and was seriously injured. The police were quickly on the scene, but the attackers escaped into the bush. Later, two brothers, Justin Webb, 33, an<i Chas Webb, 26, were arrested and charged witb at tempted murder.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

YALuMBA PORTS Championship of Australia. SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW <1922 A YEAR'S SUCCESSES, 1921-22. SYDNEY, WINE SHOW, MSB- MELBOURNE WINE SHOW, 1»8& Championship o( Australia for Port. First for Red Wine, Pall Bodied. First Prise for Port. First for Red Wine, Sweet (Port). First Price for Export Burgundy. First for White Wine, Sweet, First Prise for Hock. First for Red Wine, Port Type. First Prise for Full Bodied Dry Red. First for Red Wine, Sweet (Port}. (1<S Entries-17 Prises). (In all: 6 Firsts, 3 Seconds, and In all: Championship, 4 Firsts, I Third). ' -v 8 Seconds, g Thirds. !.j ! . iKii'lli! ADELAIDE WINE SHOW, IMS First for Full Bodied Dry Wine. First for Full Bodied Fruity (Port). First for Sherry. First tor Port (Light Colored). First for Port (Dark). (In all: 5 Firsts, 7 Seconds, and '« 1 Third). WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS, ROCK HAMPTON.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

!-s 1 . START ^ «k «***>» *a» «Kkv-te*£< "^a®n» as* 0 When you have r:r.rta u.-j vour mine! to purchase a certain in.-ita'of car there 8v;u rruns th>! K/iuorUnt que^iirin-What t;ws rii.Jl I use? ll is a recojj t'I l'.'.; ;: ii of cai s ai a only as good as their tyres. Therefore a deal ikpends ovi a wise seieclioti. judging by the popularity of "Railroad" DUMLOF wi:;. itns of tlM-^aiarid". <.f AusUv'.v.ir.n Motorists- tFcse tyres are foremost for v.-'.'va and vrvice. Tiievw riolari:i:> are influenced solely by road results nrck/ije-aLitms of '?',:i!:i:'aoilily. Now tlis fact that fully half the ijwlcrisla ir. tl:is county v >. ' ....'cps" is tile best evidence of value rendered, Mti thai'.i vr,.;t you v. :- . ;? then sar.ds of nviiijs of Lard driving are built irlo every "Rak-sad'' f 1 :1 t.^ir price is Icm iVm imported tyres, yet they enjjra rcsiiiti tliat \Ayour motoring p.-j.-fi'a'j'c and pleisursable. Therefore have r.v, doi:'i>!s-use ''DuiiS...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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NOTES & COMMENTS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

i ll. rl-'.Nd The Digger is such a likeable in dividual, aud such an adaptable round peg litting snugiy in any round hole, that he earns distinction for himself just p,s much in peace as in war. we all know the terrible amount of jam bestowed upon him during and after the war, every pound o,£ which ,he honestly deserved, but pcacc has <uso gtv®n occasion at times for the same vpleasant ceremony. It has been 'noted before that a team of Diggers have been shearing in the Charleville district and doing the work in a man ner which left no grounds for com plaint, and that while on Ray station the homestead caught fire one night, and it vjas the Digger who turned out in full force and effected an excellent save without any fuss, frills or fea thers. * - - O- - And thereby hangs a pleasant lit tle en* of the chapter. The owners of the station were so grateful for the work of the Diggers in the con flagration,, which prevented great loss ef wool, motor cars and other lit tle trif...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

li. H. CLARKE, Town Caitei B A..R.O A.JL. D.£ NT BJ Meets all trains, PaaaengeiB' luggage a Speciality. PhoneJGS. O'BRIEN & CO., (O'Brien ft -Uhpite.) Buil&ors and wo&traoton, BMCALOmE. r * ESITUATES given for all kind* of Bnilctingti and Repairs. Psimlnic aa«J k'lumMfia also oiunnidd. NOTXC W. G. THOMPSON, DAM MAKEB ond TASK SINKER - Etc. Etc. R8TIMATES' given tor Ovenhpt Dams and By-washee- , Elevated Earth Tanks built to «erve the puiposo of (.^i! v.mUed Iran tanks. From 20.000 to lu;),00o gal tons. llopalr work dooe Address: OAK-STKI";CT, Pbone 145. B Mi fALDDOfc For Home-lovers Everywhere. stfmwm-w/LUAMs Brighten-up Box will add a touch of bright ness here and there. Trans form your home with these decorative finishes. Any Brighten-up Varnish, Stain or Enamel can be purchased separately. All are guaranteed under the "Cover the Earth** trade-mark. Ask your local agent to tell you more about Sherwin Williams Brighten-up Box. Local Agents: Noel Bradford, Ba...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Cooktown's Most Perlexing Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Oooktown's Motf Per'r Problem. t-il.u tlji> fi lloivirff frnai ' Locnl Go ..rtitnf.it" : the " pfpU xin> rnbbim'' ovistiin other towns than (be fur northern city Oonkliiivn lias not yet Ihm-m nl> .. to -utm-ssfullv comb-it its float n> fiance. At t.la* I&ki meetiuur of the Town t'ouncil the 'own i;)nrk ih oru-d that n) »nr (inly 73 vnts had Ivhh roui-tured, Hnd not oee of i ho wale gender were among the number. l'hia he considered was veiy ui/»a in'actory. Two owners, Mr P. G. Fuller arid Mr~A.. Sianiiithan, w,o i; p"intini; <>ait. Lit . * tliey note livnnf iut"ftbe town as prescribed in !li hmindHry, and were int haMn for registration. This plausible eorl-ntion Hid nnt s licfy the Council, who wcrp in lavnr of ascrrtain uiLr i-mrcl. y ilii" Itnvn b und'i(> before 'he council tfave any dufinit" anbWf h on llio mayor. in a humorous turn of wind ...id it wan alaimii'tf ami a$t"UD'lin<; that o"ly 73 squats weie r -1 red, <mi « ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach tems. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Longreach terns. Mr. J. F. Morris, of the Bank ot Australasia, who has been transfer re^ to Orange (N.S.W.), was fare welled at a large and enthusiastic gathering of residents of Longreach and district at the Shire Hall last Saturday. Mr. T. F. Barker, Chair man of the Shire, presided. Several j eulogistic .speeches regarding Mr. Morris were delivered. The departing guest was handed an envelope con taining a cheque for a substantial amount. Mr. Morris suitably re sponded. [We will publish a full ac count of the proceedings in next issue.-Ed.] At & meeting of the Shire Council on Monday, a lengthy discussion took place on the recent fire, and the best means to be adopted to minimise the risk when the section was being rebuilt. Concrete walls at intervals appealed to the mem bers as being effective firebreaks. A suggestion was put forwar,} by rate payers that some ot the buildings might be built on wheelB so that when a fire occurred they could be pulled out, thereby making a ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922

Aramac Tramway. ALTERATION OF TIMETABLE ON and after MONDAY, JUNE 19th, the Aramac train will run as follows: MONDAY (MIXED) Aramac, depart 11 a.m. Fraser .. 11.45 a.m. Bowyer .. 12.27 p.m. Clemesha .. 12.46 p.m. Arrive Barcaldine 1.30 p.m. THURSDAY (MIXED) Aramac, depart 11 a.m. Fraser .. 11.45 a.m. JBowyer .12.27 p.m. Clemesha .. 12.45 p.m. Arrive Barcaldine 1.30 p.m. SATUBDAYQUXED) Aramac, depart 9.30 a.m. Ff|aSer, .. 10.15 a.m. Bowyer, .. 10.57 a.m. Clemesha; .. 11.15 a.m. Arrive Barcaldine 12 noon The trains timed to leave Barcal dine for Aramac on Monday, Thurs day and Saturday will run to the present timetable. G. H. BIRD, Station Master. Try the ',CUatr.T>'on" columns '<»' voiir ndvertlsercect-It will ri»r you Ft>r lfltterhnmiB. inenfoB. MHVtda (aus. circulars. doogern. g>c., irv (h "Champion'* Office 1 k "CLEVELAND 1 Heavy Waterproof Boot 27/6 g IN the realm of Boot yalue, it would be a feat to excel the "CLEVBLAND." Its regular price registers to as hig...

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