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On the Ball. Barcaldine Reps. Easily Defeat Longreach. Longreach Second 13 Prevail. Local State School Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
On Ibe Ball. Barealdine fieps. Easily Defeat Ungraach. Longreach Second 13 Prevail. Local State School Victorious. " Sunday las);, Juno 11th, was a great day for Barcaldine and Longreach football fans. The clash between" Bar caldine and Longreach for football honors always creates general' in terest and expectation in both these towns, and theBe matches do a great deal of good in bringing together the two places. A special excursion train was run from Longreach and was a bumper success, over 700 persons be ing on board when the special depart ed from Longreach, and others board ed the train from the stations en route. Barcaldine'was reached . Just after 11 a.m. A large crowd gathered at the station to welcome relatives and friends from the 'Reach. The train steamed in amidst cheers, and the inspiring strains of "Great Little Army," played by the Long reach Brass Band, which accom panied the visitors. The Band play ed in the street during the morning and enlivened the town' considera...
Tragedy at Longreach. Death of Well-known Citizen. By Telephone. Longreach, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
Tragedy at Longreach. Death of Well-known Citizen. By Telephone. Longreach. Friday. A sad tragedy occurred on Thurs day evening at Dingo Greek, about 10 miles from Longreach, ton the road to Strathdarr. Mr. A. H- Nicholson, manager of Edkins, Marsh & Co.'s stock department, when returning from a visit to Strathdarr, left for Longreach at 7 a.m., but at 6 p.m., had not arrived. The police an,} am bulance were sent out and discovered his dead body lying near his car. There was a terrible wound In the head. A revolver was lying near the body. The remains were brought to town. The funeral thiB afternoon was very largely attended. . Deceased leaves a widow and in fant child. Deceased served through the'late war, obtaining the rank of Captain. I He was popular with everybody. Onr ip-io-liti jobbing Hut to M yoar ton-1- Ptm&i of Jofci asfr imlttad If d*b»d-"Ctauepler" OtHoe
ROCKHAMPTON CARNIVAL CITY VERY QUIET. JOCKEY CLUB COMMITTEE DISAPPOINTED AT POOR ACCEPTANCES. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
ffiOCKHOtPTON CARNIVAL CITY VERT QUIET. JOCKEY CLUB COMMITTEE DIS APPOINTED AT POOR ACCEPT ANCES. Rockbampton, Friday, 9'a.m. Carnival is right on us, but speak ing from many years' experience we cannot recall such a quiet one as at present. It may liven up next week The Jockey Club is terribly disap pointed at the poor acceptances. It takes a lot to drag southern horses away from Brisbane, especially now that the Club has cut out the conces sion of paying the return freight for horses. Admettus and betrayer look as cer tainties for the Newmarket Handicap and Cup. The crack southern horse man, Albert ]WTood, will ride them. Some Westerners are hopeful that Eudear vill win the Derby for Ban don Grove, but Cheque Book is look ed on as "a certainty. Still, the best of good things miss sometimes.'
ROCKHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A BEERY QUESTION Rockhampton, Friday, 9a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
rockhahfton CHAMBER of COMMERCE A BEERY QUESTION Rockhampton, Friday, 9a.m. At a meeting ot the' Chamber of Commerce yesterday Afternoon it eras decided to support the Charters Towers Chamber in an effort to secure the abolition of the AuBtralian pass port system. Some members contend ed it was a perfect farce, and if they wanted to get out ot Australia they were treated as undesirables. Mr. W. L. Hobler spoke very bit terly on the praatlce adopted by ship ping companies in the case of beer coming from the south stamping re celpts as second-hand. Casks even which left the breweries fresi coop ered were described as second-hand, Mr. Philips expressed the opinion that they should approach other Chambers ot Commerce with a, view of making a test case of it. He considered the printing on the back of bills of lading yrea not worth the paper printed on. It was time a aprlg was put in shipping companies docu ments. Eventually a resolution was carried protesting against the indiscriminate m...
BRITAIN AND BUSSIA AGREEMENT WITH SOVIET GOVERNMENT. Paris, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
BBITAnr AM) BUSBIA 'AGREEMENT WITH SOVrET GOVERNMENT. Paris, Thursday. ?fje Matin's" correspondent at Havre declares that Britain had come to bn agreement with the Soviet Go vernment of Russia beforehand. Her Ifolley Is to create an outlet tn Rob Mt (or cheap German goods, which «r$ now competing with British goods in India, South Africa, South America, and the Far East, also that* a Treaty with Germany was drawn up by Lord Dabernon, British Ambassador, which will keep Germany quiet In certain markets in return for British help in Russia:. It therefore would be better for France to "abstain from attend ance at The Hague than to go there without a programme.
DEATH OF ROCKHAMPTON IDENTITY Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
DEATH of hockhampton IDENTITY Rockhampton, Friday, 9a.m. Among the best known characters in Rockhampton was Patrick O'Sulll van, Invariably called "Charles Chap lin," who was in Longreach at one time. Charlie's stunts Invariably caused a ^ood deal of amusement, and he very often ftrand blmiself In the Police Court, where he uaea to trot out some really original excuses. Yesterday morning Charlie was 'found dead near the Crown in William street. Death was due to natural causes. Only a little while back a re lative left him £1500, but it .was held in trust for him. Re enlisted In 1916 and had a couple of years' service. He was no one's enemy but his own. With oill his eccentricities he was faratat.
ROCKHAMPTON COURT MATTERS INCREASING LICENSE FEES. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
BOCKICAMPTON COUBT MATTERS INCREASING LICENSE FEES. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. A cose out of the ordinary came before the Small Debts Court yester day when Annie Minna Blumcke pro ceeded against the City Council for having on February 25th, cut off ber water and Inflicted damage to pipes. She entered a claim for £3214/6. The case was adjourned for 14 days. The Police Magistrate yesterday de livered his deferred decisions in re gard to hotel license fees in the Rockhampton area. In some instances particularly &lt;n the outskirts, the fees were reduced, but in the city proper "Bung" wps hit hard, a.s substantial increases were made- The new tees will total £3486 as ppainst £2740, so that the revenue will benefit by £745. If there are increases in all licensing areas the Treasurer will have a few more bob to spend.
ARBITRATION COURT Brisbane, Friday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
ARBITRATION OOURT Brisbane, Friday, 4.30 p.m. In the Arbitration Court Judge Mcr Cawlcy reduced the wages ol station hands employed on cattle stations by 10/ per .week; youths ang females iff 6/-, and jackeroos by 7/. His Honor j sold last December he reduced ; wages in the western districts for such employees by 11- per week, so that the award was based on a mini | mum of £3 a week and keep. The j cattle industry had gone from bad to ; worse, therefore be would further 1 reduce the wages, i .
SOUTHERN SPORTING LATEST BETTING ALBION CUP. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
SOUTHERN SPORTING LATEST BETTING ALBJO^f CUP. Brisbane, Friday. The latest betting on the Albion Cup is as follows: Fairy Bob, 5 to 2. Tolly Scott, * to 1. Glenbern, 5 to 1 ThalasBa and Demeranthis, 6 to 1» Tortashell, 8 to 1. Forgiveness, 10 to 1. Taran and Clever Tom, 12 to 1. Nod Berndale, 14 to 1. Some Spear ai>d Dwin, 16 to 1. Wivenhoe, 20 to 1.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 6th June, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
I Metropolitan Motes $ a a ^ i iifc ?\ rfftr XfWH HfwK AJVWWVWVVWWVVW^* Brisbane, 6th June» 1922. Prom Jane 23rd to 3utn a ai^piay of Australiaa made goods will be hftld in Brisbane, in order to show the variety an^ excellence that has been attained in Australian manufactures, and in the hope that some portion of that 1311,000,000, which has been sent overseas, may be retained in Aus tralia i O ' The Federal Government bought two timber propositions in Queens land, at a price of half a million pounds. Then the timber boom burst, and the sawmills purchased were closed down. A little while ago the Federal Government Intimated-OB indicated-to the State Government, that if a reasonable offer was made tqr all its timber properties in Queens land a sale could be effected. Fol lowing uson this instruction!! v«ra Issue/) foj? an inspection and report on the properties to ascertain what was their value. Officers of the Fores try' Department have been engaged In the worit tor some months. Mr....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
Chilly Night call tor Warm Blankets & Rugs, TO all who want the best Blankets ana Rug8 the town can ofter-sizes, weights, materials, sightliness, ser vice-giving quality and prices com pared we offer these. They are typical of this store's big values, and for cheery warmth on col a nights you'd be well advised to secure a few pairs while such low prices pre vail. GIBSON'S Departmental Stores, (j. ii. atoL»Bn iN) General Merchants, LONCREACH* F. P. O'REILLY, Pharmaceutical Chemist and NYAL AGGST Proprietor of Graham's well known Family Remedies Graham's White Pina & Tar (Gongh remedy) > " Cranulas (the Little Liver Pill) " Healing Ointment " Dermal Lotion (for ronghnesB or redness of the skin due to winter chaps) Fall stocks of STTAL'S PBSPABATIOITS, inclading FIGSEN (the Lolly Laxative), BABY COUCH SYRUP GLYCERINE and LINSEEO Compound, HOSKEYS. Large assortment of High-class Toilet Requisites, iucluding Face Creams, Face Powders, TalcnmB, Brushware and Perfnmery. ...
The Gildeograph. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
The GUdeograph. The following is a synopsis of Sir Rider Haggarrd's great story '"Stella" which will be screened at the Giiiieo graph next Thursday eveniu'i?, June 22nd, in conjunction with (another very fine picture-"Wedding Bells," featuring the popular Constance Tal madge:-? " feT£LLA." Colonel Monk, C.B-, owner of the Abbey is in financial straits and sug gests that his son Morris marry a most eligible tody, Elian Layard. Morris is not a marrying man and moreover dislikes the lady in ques tion. He is a dreamer with a taste for invention and is busy working on a new wireless telephone. He explains to his father that he is not the sort of man who should sacri fice hiB scientific pursuits to mar ried life. In order, however, to save his father, Morris eventually engages himself to marry bis cous in, Mary Person, the heiress to a considerable fortune and Mary and Morris have known each other from childhood, and Morris convinces himself that if he must marry, Mary is the only woman w...
IRISH AFFAIRS. AGREEMENT REACHED ON ALL POINTS AT CONFERENCE London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
IRISH AFFAIRS AGREEMENT REACHED ON ALL j POINTS AT CONFERENCE ' London, Wednesday. The "Dally Chronicle's" Dublin cor respondent says that public opinion In 26 counties is convicted that an attempt fs beitfg made in Belfast to determinate or expel the Catholic tatnority who are unprotected by the Forthern Government, passions being Inflamed by the fact that hordes :>f Gttholic refugees are streaming acro3s lite border. There has been a semi-official agreement on all points at the Irish Conference. Mr. Griffiths hopes to tieturn to Dublin to-morrow, when the Rt. Hon. W. Churchill outlines the settlement to the House of Com fhons. The "Daily Chronicle's" Dublin fcorteepondent says that Ireland is little Interested in the London nego tiations. All attention Is focussed on Belfast, but the encouraging progress lii London has already alleviated the tiesstmlsm. IFriday will be polling day for the Election. London, Thursday. Speaking in support of the panel bi candidates for Dublin Mr. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 17 June 1922
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