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South Australia. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

South Australia. Adelaide, Friday. The easing values which were re corded from'the eastern States and at the recent overseas wool saleB re flected -on the wool sales which com menced to-day. Although prices were on a Batiefactory basis they were not up to the level reached at the last >sale on the 3rd February. There was a large attendance of Interstate and Continental buyers.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

bv Fbkkhnou. It is very probable that few people ever thought to look upon Russia as a sheep country, unless the in habitants thereof were so regarded— people who, like sheep, were driven to the slaughter and went willingly because they were told all sorts of fantastic stories about the. "good time coming boys," but which hasn't arrtved yet, nor is ever likely to— that is, the "good time" of the charac ter the agitators were promising. However, there are sheep in Russia, although the wool is probably more like those samples a returned soldier brought from Persia—more like hair than wool, and the Soviet managed tq find time to. issue some figures. In 1919 there were 71 million head of sheep there, but this total had drop ped to 47,200,000 in 1920, and to forty million last year. This does not look like a good testimonial for the Soviet Government, but no doubt it would blame the shortage to drought and bad reasons generally. People try all sorts of schemes in dealing with the Golden ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1863. Authorised Capital ... £2,000,000 O 0 Snbsoribed Capita! < ... 800,000 O O Capital Paid Up ... 799,243 0 o Reserve 325,000 0 O, Interminable Inscribed De posit Stock 3,091,669 0 0' DIRECTORS: James Milne, Esq. (Chairman). Hon. G. W. Gray, M.L.C., Jas. Love M.L.C., W. H. Hart, Esq., L. C. Lnya,Esq. GENERAL MANAGER M. G. HAYMEN. * Bianc hes—London. Melbourne, Sydney and th rougbont Queensland. Agents through ont Australasia and the World. jpliin BOA RDM C ULUII , HOUSE, YEPPOON. Mrs. 0. SMITH. Proprtetre—. THE hr^a beon <Vi v>"irhly re novated una re-furnishec. uood so ommoflatlon at {moderate price*. A TXlUXi SOLICITED. Jfepgh LQNGREACiT gycM: Hsrse Safe. F. CO VY & CO. will hold a Big Horse Sale Longreacli, commencing on Mon day, 3rd April, 1922/ when they will offer a Good Selection from all the principal stations. Owners are requested to book early. * P. CORY7 & OO., ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

pifpiisiifiililii WM _r/ -"j ^7171 '"J 'ij inn i?n = | JM nm | Glance at the Tyres fitted to the cars ol your frlends-ror those on the roadside—and you will quickly realise which is the most popular tyre. " Railroads " without a doubt! Why ? Here's the reason I. It takes continued absolute superiority before any tyre becomes an established favorite with motorists. It must be better—and keep on being better—than its com petitors. An Isolated case of big mileage is not enough to maintain its popularity. It is the general average, consistent long and dependable service, that wins and holds the patronage of motorists. To do this calls for extra mileage and value ahead of other makes. "Railroad" Brisbane House : 268-74 Adelaide Street. <F=x) 11 A POPULAR INSTITUTION 8°= rHE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now located in New State Ininrance Premiiet, Corner of George and Elizabeth Streets, Briibane. This office eritti for die people oi Queensland, and the Pablic C...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE AND INTERSTATE By Telegram. Queensland. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE "By Telegram. Qneft&sla&d. Brisbane, Thursday.' After a vipit to Gladstone and Kocic hatnpton, Mr. Fihelly, his wife »nd family leave'by the STarkunda for Eng jaoi, Bailing on March 7th. Tbe possibility of a tick pest spread through the floods is indicated in a re port received from the Stock Inspec tor nt Longreach, which states that a large number of cattle, in some cases alive, had been carried from Longreach to a point 100 miles below Stonehenge. The Chief Inspeotor stated that the cattle thafi carried might have an im portant bearing on the spread of ticks into clean country. However, it would be some months yet before the full effects of the floods in this respect wonld be known. As St. George's Day this year falls on a Sunday, in accordance with the Holidays Act it will be observed on the following day, April 24th, and An zao Day oa April 25tb. Action continues to be taken by the Health Authorities in connection with the plague campaign. O...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. Mr. de Valera, at the Sinn Fein Congress, known as " Ardfhies," an nounced that a split had been averted. The meeting adjourned for two months. The Dail Eireann continues its functions in the interim. | Edinburgh, Wednesday. Flour millers report that heavy per sistent purchases by Germany and Central Xfnrope is rapidly reducing the home Btooke. Paris, Wednesday. The Government has requested Italy "to postpone the Genoa Conference for | three weeks. M. Bonilon, who has concluded the Angota agreement, writing in " Le Ifrtin," says that Smyrna mubt be re turned to the Angora Government. Britain mnst give np Cyprus, and Turkish Sovereignty should be re established at Constantinople. Britain lonst realise it would be a grave politi cal fault to continue occupation, which would raise the opposition of the en tire Mussulman world. Washington, Wednesday. It is learned tbst President Harditg told the House iu Ways and Means Committee that he ha...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

IN MEMORIAM.   ?have—In loving memoir of our dear daughter and sister, Rosie, who departed this life, 23rd February, 1918   Sad and lonely we do wander to a grave not for away,   Where they laid our dear one just four years ago to-day. Each week finds us at your grave to calm the lonely hours, And can only give a fresh picked bunch of flowers. - Inserted by her loving Mother, father, Brother, and Sister.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

TOE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. mnmmr.gr Mar Cm an ktUK to give every day service at law eapenee. More than 800,000 CHEV ROLET earner* !? aU parta .» tho world, teetlfy that tfib ear amta *e deaiaad far lowjirteed, dependable trawepwlaUe^ ihoiliili roMMMy Ml tewao* afaphaip Mooauaond .be CHKVftOLBT to tfca «a wka «Mm pvwor and epjooi ' ^MHak apoastta^ ft-i § m ii>* wm »*», :m HOWARD MOTOR CO..' Limited. Toowoomba. Brlibtnt, Rockbunpton. Ji . jU.i District Agent. F. E. HALL, Barcaldlne. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Stockman's Grim Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

A Stockman's Grim Experience A story of grit and endurance comes from Goondiwindi- Austin Fletcher (aged 19) station hand at Tucka Tucka, went out on a Wednesday morning to run In sopie horses from] a paddock several miles away, and i whilst racing after the animals he| collided with a tree, with the re sult that his left leg below the knee to the foot was badly shattered. Re! determined to reach the cleared country about . a mile distant, as, he would have a better chance of being discovered, and he started to crawl there, suffering greatly from the at tacks of ants and flies, and from thirst. He bandaged up his wounds, forcing back the bone which was sticking through the skin, and in an endeavour to Sssuage his thirst he chewed pigweed- Towards nightfall he reached the clearing, and later he i could see bis would-be rescuers and j bear their "cooey," but his tongue j .was so swollen that he was unable' lo call to them. Taking off his shirt, i however, he hoisted it on a stick and ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

SAVAGE'S Great Summer Sale vvvv^vvvvvvvvvvvvvv%\vvwv\vv%\vvwwwvvvwvwvwvyw»vvvw Starts ?MONDAY, March 6th Every Article Reduced. EXTRA SPECIALS in Sheetings, Calico, Totvels, Dress Materials, Silks, Women's and Children's Hosiery, Laces, Underclothing, Men's and Boys' Clothing and Hats. SPECIALS In Boots and Shoes, Crockery, etc., etc. DO NOT"FORGET. SALE STARTS March 6th Sale Prices for Cash Only. HUGH SAVAGE, GENERAL MERCHANT - - - BARCALDINE. Write to Desk Will give satisfaction to men of action "RANGER RIDING TROUSERS reduced from 17/6 pair Z.3pmtn 42/ Your knowledge of value will tell you that this is ^exceptional. Now it your chance to economise. Many experienced Stockmen buy RANGER Trousers because of the dirt-proof colours. They like the Stockman cut of the RANGER-the wear of it-the value of it. Olive and Khaki shades, soft suede finish, and cross pockets. All Sizes. ORDER YOURS TO-DAY! GUARANTEED WEAR IN ftVERY PAIR PIKE BROTHERS BRISBANE LIMITED

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Cycle and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Cycle and Motor Notes. Preliminary arrangements bave al ready been made for the' French Grand Prix motor races for 1922, jthe dates fixed being July 15th and 16th, and Strasbourg has been select ed as the scene of the great com petitions. There will be two dis tinct events, one being for racing pars ? of not more than 122 cu- ins. piston displacement, with a minimum weight of 14331bs., and the other for fast touring cars, minimum weight 30861bs., which will be given a supply of fuel and oil equivalent to 13.7 miles per gallon. The Stras bourg coarse, being only 8-8 miles in circumference, is the 8hortest ever used for an automobile race in Europe. The roads form a triangle and are practically dead level, and more over 40 not pass through any town They are of hard granite macadam, and will withstand racing stress es. Two sides of tlie triangle are . each just over three miles in length, and straight wltli a width of 40ft. in most places. The third side is Jjust short of two miles in ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Great Shearing Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

A Great Shearing Record. Mr. G. Roach©, Waitotara, sends us (Auckland *' "Weekly News") the following details o£ the big shear ing record put up by Mr. W. Hlg gins, of Waitotara, on Friday, Janu ary 20th- As will be remembered, the same man put up a record at Moore Bros, shed at Maxwelltown, in the W&nganui district- He shore 372 sheep in 8 hours and 28 minu tes, thus putting up a world's re cord for time. This record was put up on Friday, December 23rd As vill bo seen botfi records were put up on Friday. The latest re cord was put up at Bradley Bros-, shed at Mounmohakf, in the Waver ley district, the total shorn being 383 in 8 hours 45 minutes-a full shearing day. This performance was with big sheep, the sheep be ing Wet ewes- The five runs are as follows 80-76-79-76-72; total, 383. When asked at the finish how he felt he said: "My heart is will ing, but my arms are tired- I wanted to break the 400, but the; sheep were too heavy." By the way he finished up, and the way he ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, Has MOTOR CARS TOR HIRE. Two 6-Cyliader Buioks at your disposal. Phone 78. -o Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motor Oyole, .. Rover" Oyole and Snrdries United States Motor Tyres, Bto, <yBaroaldine and District Agent for The Celebrated BUICK CABS. MOTORCAR 5?rre i v. .3 j FOB Prompt Attention Bing up 'Phone 101. DAY OE NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," lmth Barcaldine, ."KENILWOETH," Private Hospital, Maple and ACAOU-btekets, BARCALDINE. -Outside Cases Attended. For partioulars and terns apply to hone 81. BUBf GREEN, A.T.N A The People's Gash Store ASH.-STREET (opponilo Gli'leogruph), n&acAibDxnrs, For your ordur for tiBOCHKIiiN or PROUIJCIi Ring PHONE 83, E. IS. QUINN, Proprietor. HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BAtySALDINE. Full range of materials In stock to select from. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING and PRESSING. All garments made on the premises. CAB FOB HIKE ABAHAC Visited Fortnightly. 'Phone 14. Box 62. ^u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

A SHAVING SOAP THAT SATISFIES. Herons-The Triangular Stick. I Bexona Shaving Soap makes for comfort and byeiene in shaving, and tempers the skin ap iinst wind and bad weather. It produces a tHck, crpamr lather which softens the beard, and faafces shaving a pleasure. Rexona Shav ing Soap is something entirely new in ev6ry respect. Sold only in triangular enamelled boxes, price la. Od. Obtainable everywhere.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Barcaldine Fire Brigade. Annual Re-Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Barcaldine Fire Brigade. ' Annual Re-Union. "The memberB of the Barcaldine Fire .Brigade held their annual smoke concert in the supper* room of .the Shire Hall on Monday evening, Feb. .27tb. There were also present Messrs. R. A. Parnell (chairman), J. Mea cham, T. J. O'Connell, A -. A. Dyer, W. McBride, and J. Parrell {Govt, rep.) representing the Fire Brigade Board, the late Superintendent (Mr. C- Lloyd-Jones) and Mr. W. D. James (Press). The supper-rootn had been tastefully decorated with . national flags,* and the table was well laden with^ood things eatable and drinkable. Mr. H. O. Tea^daiu's fine Kalophone discoursed various selections during the evening,, and in the intervals the music-was much ? ^appreciated. Mr. H. WilliamB (Superintendent) occupied the chair, and acquitted himself most credit ably. Mr.' E. Vale (Sub--Superin tendent) acted as croupier. After the toast of "Tl^e King" had been heartily honored, Mr. Vale proposed the 'Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board." He said th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Breeding For Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Breeding For Wool. (The hopeless position of the British farmer in producing wool of fine quality may be Bummed up from a recent lecture delivered by Profes sor Cossar Swart, of Edinburgh University, on "'The Breeding of Sheep, with Special Reference to the Improvement of Wool." About 100 farmers -were present. Profes sor Ewart pointed 'out that the wool or the two mountain breeds, Black face and Herdwick, was usually ac companied by much coarser hair; but be made it- clear that there was no difficulty in selecting animals from flocks of these breeds on any farm which had fleeces consisting mainly of wool, and not of hair; and also animals baring a big pro portion of hair to wool. Judges had failed to take into account this very important characteristic in award ing prizes, whereas' great attention should be given to It The improve ment of these and otfier breeds for wool production could be carried »ut by careful selection without in any way allowing the mutton^pro ducing qualities...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything P Have yon anything to Bell P Have you lost or found something ? Meetings, &u. Advertisements in this oolumn at special wtee for CASH strictly in advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three Insert. InaertB. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 ?very additional eight words... It- Us I/® CLEAN NEWSPAPERS BOUGHT AT SflBBABDS. 2d. PER LB. VTCffOTIinn Long Wood per load, 12^. FlMnUulJ_0lu up Hluohe, per load-12s E. J. HUNT, Ash St, Barcaldine. F. T. McDONALD. Saddler ana Har BM Maker, Oak-street. Barcaldine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 128 [A LPHA Ambulance Art Union post poned until WEDNESDAY, April 6th, 1922. JUST ARRIVED!-Fine stock of the ' celebrated OLD GOLD CHOCOLATES -F- A. McLean, Central Cafe. ST. GEORGE SOCIETY-JA meet ing of members will be held in Mea cham & Ley land's MONDAY, March Cth, 8 p.m. FOB SALE-Cut Koses, largest and beat as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Land Ballot. In 3LACKALL. lN APRIL 13th Next « heanKfol W"ck u of 11.517 acres will ho op°n d for selection. Thin 5b the pidfe of the Barcon, ntid anyonn (iemroim of uoing on the lend should not misa this obaDte. Ben'al 4d per acre. Lenne 28 years. Deposit required. JE205 12s. Full particulars and application forms from DALGETY & COMPANY. Agents, BLACKALL. Telephone?-Office 79, Residence 141. 1.4 "THE LIQUOR ACT OP 1912." (Section 34 ) | Notice of Application for Transfer of Licensed Victualler's License. To the Licensing Court of the Licensing District of Aramac act' ing under "The Liquor Act ot 1912." I, MADGE, "WjlLKINSON being the holder of a Licensed Victualler's License under the said Act for the premises known as the Marathon Hotel, and situated at Aramac, in the said District, hereby give notice that I intend to apply> at the next monthly sittings of the said Court, to transfer the said license to ROBERT GORDON HATES, of Ara mac. And I, the said ROBERT GOR DON HAT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine & General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Mr. Hugh Savage iB to the fore again with one of bis genuine bar gain sales, and in this issue, and by dodger distribution, he announces the opening of his great summer sale on Monday next, March 6tb Every article in the huge emporium has been reduced, and some extra special bargains are offered in sheet ings, calico, towels, dress materials silks, women's 'and children's ho siery, laces, under clothing, men's and boy's clothing and hats, boots and shoes, crockery, &c., &c. House wives would do well to be on the spot early on Monday jmorning to secure the pick of the bargains. Sale prices, naturally, are for cash only. The produce'f" prosperity means Qn<>nne land's pwp rify-support *. STAl'K" Jams and Sauoeb. "Wbile regretting the departure from our midst,of our old towns man, Mr. T. A. Graham, we have to extend a welcome to his successor, Mr. F. P. O'Reilly. Mr O'Reilly has for some years been managing a business in "Wlnton for Mr- W. H. Green, so in t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Intertown Cricket. Barcaldine Defeats Longreach. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Intertown Criciet. Barcaldine Defeats Longreach. General interest prevailed in the re turn cricket match between teams representing Barcaldine and Long reach which eventuated at the local Show Grounds on Sunday last, 26th February. The visitors arrived by care during Sunday morning. -They reported having bad a rough Journey, the road in places being very bad. Mr. R. Moyse, who left Dunraven early to arrive in time for the match with two of his representatives, also had a break-down and a car from town had to be 'sent out to meet them. After breakfast had been served to the visitors all hands made their way to the Show Grounds for the opening of the game. Barcaldine won the toss and sent the visitors to bat. Barcaldine took the field and the Longreach opening batsmen, Case and Leggo, went to tbe crease. Bowden i ipened the attack frop the hospital end. Case opened the book with a single. Bowdeta then lifted Case's stumps. One for 2. McMaster then Eaced the bowling. Hoffrichter bowl e...

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