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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Thousands of .miles of free-from-trtiuble tyre service is built into every one of these dependable covers, '*) For quality, value and economy they stand alone* J ' Watch the cars on the road and you will then realise how [ 1 "Railroad " superiority and service are appreciated by motorists '* J ! DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of Aiut Ltd. ' -) *IX IT ATI* ANON A Brisbaue House : 268-74 Adelaide Street. True economy lies in high quality. Realizing this im portant point, P e r d r i a u Tyres are made bigger in the bag, stronger in the wall, thicker in the tread, and in every way more substantial than other tyres of same rim measurement. Compare the weights.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Premier and the Graziers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Premier and the Graziers. —0O0— Following the action of the deputa tion that recently waited on the Premier, the Hon. E. G. Theodore, in Rockhampton, with a view to ob taining relief for those engaged in the cattle-raising industry in Queens land, the District Secretary of the Graziers' Association, Mr. A. F. Kent, has received the following statement from the Under-Chief Secretary, Mr. P. J. M'Dermott:— "I have the honor, by direction, to inform you that, after full con sideration, the Government has de; cided not to grant the request for the suspension of rents recently fixed by the Land Court. The law prescribes that rent shall be paid annually—selections on the 31st of March and pastoral holdings on the 30th of September.* If not paid on due date the holdings are in law for feited, but such forfeiture may be defeated by payment of the rent within ninety daya from the pre scribed date with a penalty at the rate of ten per cent, per annum. The terms of leases of pastoral holdings ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Toilet Economy. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Toilet Economy. By Mimosa. My advice to smart women, who de mand the very best results, Is to let most toilet preparations alone. When facial applications are necessary, get only the pure ingredients just as they iome to the chemist himself. I will tell you in this column, from time to time, Just what to get and just how to use it. Do not be persuaded into buying |some cheap toilet prepara tion instead. Any chemist can sup ply you with genuine original con centrated ingredients neat, both direct and by post. I can point out to you, however, useful hints which involve no expense at all. To Acquire Plumpness—The very best thing I can recommend is to ac quire the "milk habit." Drink at least a quart of creamy milk every day, and you will soon fill out those scraggy lines. Care of tlie Hair—Tour hair needs the right kind of shampoo to bring back that softness and lustre. Get a package of stallax from your chemist and dissolve a teaspoonful only in a cup of hot water. This is plenty for ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stealing a Waggonette. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Stealing a Waggonette. —nOn i At the Police Magistrate's Court oo Mon day, June 19lh, bef'TH Mr i-uxton 0.1' S , CiiutUe Irvine, otherwinu Vivian Bernard GroBveuor, well-known in tbe LongriMch district hhs br"iii;li> up in cu-tudy cliHit-ad with steAlii.g a wat>»-on<tlo thu propei tv of il>u t. <iunniE>iuiiu" tor Bmi" ny&, ut Jericho 1'his appear; to bu an instance where a uian cannot take awoy prop, rty, even if it is his, under oertuiu u jDditioue. Constable Claude Ha.ruian deposed to Hnowin* aceueed. At about 11 am on Friday, tbe lfitli inet, he saw .ccused about n mile fioiu Giera tailwxy eta-ion. Witness said to him, "Is your uamvi tirofVennr Accu-ed HHiti, Nu, that w e my wite'a m»iden nnme" Witness then asked, " Wore you at Jericho ou Fri '.iiy, 9th iost." Atcused teplied, "I know whit you aro after, anyhow. I told the slationmaHter at Jericbo that I would pay the freight aue on my waggonette if ihey ftave uie a chance to go and earn ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

h-^ ITa popular institution lr> "T'HE OFFICE of tfae PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now bcatedin New 1 State Imnnnee fVemiiet, Corner of George and Elizabeth Stteet», Brubane. Thi« office esrta far die people o( QjjeesuUnd, and the PaUtc Cvatn willactat— EXECUTOR AMD TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS i TRUSTEE UNDHt MAMUAOB SETTLENENTS AND OTHER TRUSTS| ADMINISTRATOR op Estates op persons dying intestate i ATTORNEY OR AGENT IN THE MANAOEMENT OP PROPERTY POR Absenteesi AND WlH. I. MAKE WILLS PUBS I S. LEND MONET ON FIRST NORTOASE « M. OIVE LMM- ADVICE | 4. ATTEND TO ALL REAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. «. Branch Officii at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTONt and Agmntt at a avmy CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in thm Stat«. irCTlTTTTl Sneep, Cattle, IVI r H I r Horse and Property Salesmen & IjU. — ffiMiii Office; TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: , „ _ ... Dalby, Pittaworth, Oakey and Charlevillo The Open Gate to TOP WOOL VALUES Fix the adrice oa the abort bale in yoar memory. Too will find It paya to make those...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

BO&det' Vice-Regal Patronage THE > pia pmr Barcaldine. B. Anderson, Proprietor. Mow 10. P.O. Box H !" This Hotel is om of the HOST UP-TO-DATE AND COMFORTABU' HOTELS M QKHIUID. It is replete with Every •Oonvenianoe oonduotve to Ease ana Comfort ..., .Under Complete New Management. FIRST-CLASS ATTENTION. , -0Mt Brands of Wint* and Spirit* t«ta(Jpd I fittrona mav btr* their Oar- O-nrnged mod tS*me* utatyed or pent to-rtrct-olawi puddooln. Q.C.T. Assn. House. A Homo Away From Iwt Marathon Hotel ARAM AC. 7 R, G. HAYES, Proprietor \ First-Glass Accommodation. Virat-ClasB Col sine, and up-to-" date attention. Boggy meets all trains- Than* 99 W.D.COLMAN Oak-it, BARCALDINE. Wholesale and Ket&il BUTCHER. OKLF the Primes* of Beef and Sfottos ■old, at prioes to Bait everybody. Having installed an Up-to-date Befngerat tig Plant and Cold Storage Booms, can ftirore rudsfaotion. Oonsbmers waited oc daily. Prompt attention to Gout try Orders. OOBNED BEEP a Speoiality. Quality (gua...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Barcaidine Central Racing Club Registered with the C.Q.R, Association.) —o — — Annual Show Cornfed Meeting. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27th and 28th JULY, 1922. (Weather Permitting) Added Money - £4S0 £450 PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY. SECOND DAT First Race to start at 1.30 p.m. . JACCONDOL HANDICAP, £40; second horse to receive £5 from prize; 6 furlongs. Norn. 20/-, accept. 20/-. Second Race to start at 2 p.n. . TRIAL. HANDICAP, £20; second horse to receive £5 from prize. 6 furlongs. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding £20 at time of nomination. Nom. 10/-, accept. 10/-. Third Race to start at 2.30 p.m. 3. SHOW HANDICAP, £66; second horse to receive £10 and third horse £6 from prize. 7 furlongs. Nom. 85/-, accept. 30/-. Fourth Race to start at 3 p.m. SALTERN CREEK HANDICAP, £35; second horse to receive £6 from the prize. 6 furlongs. Nom. 17/6, accept. 17/6. Fifth Race to start at 4 p.m. 5 NOVICB HANDICAP, £20; second horse, to receive £5 from prize. For all bones that have not won ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

'" According to Bishop Long, of Bath— urst, Australia is the most perilous and the most interesting experiment in the world to-day, "and let the door be opened ever bo slightly, give even a sprinkling of brown people access to our shores, aaifl the white race will gradually become subordi nate or will be eliminated," which can be regarded as & very disquieting prospect indeed, and if it serves to wake "Hp the people to take precarU' tlons against "The Day," the warning will not have been made in vain. The Bishop went on to say that if we opened the door we would hasten the day when Australia would not be a (successful experiment in white civi lisation. No man who advocated opening the door could be anything else «"»■" un-Australian (Sir Henry Barwell please note!). Australians were at present the real democrats o£ the British Empire. But he warn ed them there were limits to this experimentalism. We were now mak ing a democratic experiment; but if It was not founded on good s...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Special Notice. We haye pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we are now able to reduce tbife lice to post OT7 /£> PER free m / IS pair Remember too our Special TAN This isthe same good wearing. Specially cu EMPEROR, 288 0(1, Strapped Riding Trouser as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEVS, The Specialists, LONGBEACH

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alleged Indecent Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Alleged Indecent Assault. At the Magistrate's Court, Barcaldine. on Mod day, before Mr. Buxton, C.F S-, Alfred 'Ogden, a single man, aged about 60 years, well-known in the district, was brought up in custody charged with t*n offence against a child aged nine years. Mr. E. J. McCullough appeared lor accused. Constable Jume9 Campbell deposed be knew accused, also a female child, whoxe name he gave. On Saturday, _ the 17 th iast.at about 7 p.m., a Mrs. Harriet Woods made a statement to him, m a result of which , he went to accused's camp on the sanitary reserve at 8 o'clock on tfce morn ing of the 18th. He saw accused there and said to him, " Are you Mr. Ogden P" Accused replied "Yes-" Witness said, "I ftm Constable Campbell of the Barcaldine Police, and I have come to interview you is referenoe to a complaint made to me last night." Accused replied, " Is it about a fight I had yesterday, or abont the lies they are telling about me and tke little girl?" Accused said further, **1 never ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Southern Skin and Wool Markets. By Telegram, Brisbane, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Southern Skin and Wool Markets. By Telegram, Brisbane, Wednesday. Messrs Winehcombe, Carson, Ltd., re port :—At the opossum skins sales to-day the mtrket wan practically unchanged. We sold blues from 66s. to 2L6a.; reds 70s. to 132s.; rutnpere 80s. to 70s. per dozen. Next sales take place on Wednesday, 5th Juiy. '1 he Queensland Primary Producers' Agony, Brisbane, report s—The opossum market is Bgmewhat irregular, but consider ing the quality prices are h^bly satisfac tory. Southern catalogues made from 80s to 86s. per dozen; Centrals and Northerns from 35b. to 60s. The total offerings were about 180,000 skins. Messrs Pen wick Ltd., Brisbane, report —120,000 oposnuui skins wore offered to day. I'here was keen competition from a large number of buyers. Values were practically unchanged. Super blues sold to 220s. per dozen. Beet lineB averaged from 80s to 120s. pet- dug; aud uiudiutn G8s. to 72s. per dozen. Sydney, Tuesday. Messrs. inchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Syd ney, report:—We sold 550...

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 24, 1922 Frozen Beef [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

t He Vita sine Uteris mors est. BAfiCALDINE SATURDAY, JUNE 2i, Frozen Beef —0O0— Mr. Austin, the Trade Crir:;nrspin<;cr, who " ruob" our bevcibi Sihit Ki.ter piitreF, has suggested theestal>i:.,LujH,!jt of retail batcher ehoj s iu Greut Bri tain, as one of the meanp of solving oar < ivttle problems. Weave not informed if the Trade Commissioner is speakiug with the authority of the Government, nor are we told if the Cabinet has any intention of starting iu 6uc!i au enter prise or not. Perhn.s it is only a " feeler." 1 However, Mr. Austin has opened up the subject for discussion, and it will be well for the icdcstry it self, and Queeuslanders too, if it is fall; discussed. His remarks are not without a certain vagueness, which commits himself to nothing, should tho Government come to the conclusion that retail batchers shops in England will not provide labor voters in Queensland. Some of his remark* apply to the cattle-raisers undertaking the scheme, and it wo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

OVERLAND 4--THE MYSTERY CAR ' i -Wonderful springing. Lav.e&t possible up-ksap. Economical in petrol, ci«, t water, and tyres. , Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sa:id, mud, and on the Mite Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED. You cannot believe what the car is like until you ridel in & WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO Y00. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. ' LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

For Influenza Colds, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cnra,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

C. M. NICOLSON, Auctioneer, took, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 P.O. Box 27 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inuuirieo. Car available for inspection purposes. Laml Matters a Speciality. I^and Courts Attended. Applications Lodged. Agent (or Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Sheep Dip and Fly DeBtractor Bnzacotts'i Ltd., Brisbane Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &c. Our Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly up.to ate, clients can rely on an Efficlentand Export Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night. 21. P.C .Box 12 The Reckhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY TEARS has provided the opportunity for Central Queensland Boys To enter aristooracy of Intellect, to secure pre-eminence in Sport, and «T'- tn attain a high level of Character. ; ;—8'«1J2A33 Finest Laboratories for the practical teaching of all branohes of Sci...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Bay Dependable, Diaeaie*Free Trees from tin PETERSEN Nurseries, end GROW GOOD FRUIT Petersen's Froit Trees ere well rooted* weie growo clean end free from dis ease. Thef are treea that five yon definite "Worth While" Reiulti la heavy crops of luscious fruits. We are booking orders for the following vari* eliei, which are Available for planting: Citrus Mandarins, Orangrs, Crape Fralt, Lemons, 2/6 each, SO/* a doses, £12 per 100. Stone Fruit Prochei, Plums, Fipi. Apples, Apricots* Nectarines, Pears, Lo* qusts, Mangoe*. 2/« each* 20/» doses. Persimmons, 2/6 each, 24/* doaen. Custard Apples, 8/6 each. Grape Vines A large variety of Rooted Plants avail* able at l/> each, or 10/* a doxao. Country Orders are apeeUHy selected and carefully packed. Carriage extra. Order sow for new season planting. Write for catalogue H. A. Petersen Limited SMiimeo «nd NntMiratl, KI4 Gtoif Stmt. Brisbane

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

H SYMONDS, Box 19 Phone 18 Opposite Railwav Goods r-hed, BARCALDINE. MEN'S MERGER, Tobacconist, Fancy 9oods Dealer, <Scc. » ORTMENTS of Stetson, Bonalino, r\ and Auetrsliitu HATS, and A Line* of MEN'S 0 LOT SING. OOTS, &o, ftt Reasonable Prioes Agent Oolden Cas Sileat L O. 8im^i Tjpawriters etworicd Corona Portable Typewriters — HOBART EVERY WEEK — i. atest information on Spurtiug Events Large assortment of L & Oo'a and Barling's ipsa For Chronic Cheat Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Ctara. $ Championship of Australia. SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW 1922 A YEAR'S SUCCESSES, 1921-22. SYDNEY, WINE SHOW, 1922— "V impionship of Australia for Port, .•st Prize vPort. ■ st Prize tor Export Burgundy. ,<irst Prize tor Hock. - fIS Prize tor Full Bodied Dry Red. (18 Entries—17 Prizes). la all: Championship, 4 Firsts, 8 Seconds, e Thirds. - . ADELAIDE WINE SHOW. 1922— First for Full Bodied Dry Wine. First for Full Bodied Fruity (Port). First for Sherry. First for Por...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK SATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, [?]e 23rd [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Champion Office. Friday, ue 23rd In several respects the week has been a pecu liar one audi we may sap. quite unseasonable. After a cold snap on Tuesday week, ic com mpneed warming up again, and as there was daily more or less cloud, it waB reasonable to suppose the mild conditions would result in •vain. Friday again experienced a cold snap, followed by another spell of warmth until Wednesday, which turned out quite raw, the result of * miserable drizzling ram, The max. was only £4.1 degs., the lowest since June 18th, 1980. The previous day the max. was 78.0 degs„ a difference of 14 dogs. The average for tho week was practically the same as chat of the previous week, 75 7 degs. The average join, was 52.0 di gs , as against 43.5 dcgB. the previous week, duo of course of thp sou'-enst erHes giving place to genial northerly li^ht airs. The wind yesterday, however, again veered to the south. ProBpocta Become favor able foa rain, and the sky had areas of cloud all week, on Saturday compl...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death of Sir Robert Philp. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Death of Sir Robert Philp. At about 1pm Saturday we roccivei an urgent nnwatr# from i iir BriebttiA Aveijcv •tHti'ig th«t tbat tllnh-rif'UB eolnnu-t. Hir Robert Pir'Ip. b&d that morning di»<i in a private hospital rh the rec'ilt of an operation. Sir Bohpit Phi'r wad torn in Glasgow. S><"'lurid, in 1651. and w«n » int-rtibflr of tbn exten-ive mercantile firm of Hum-, Philp & 0i>. I.fd. He ofctue t«> WuesuKlunri with bu parent « wbfiO t«n ye«tH «f ape ; went to the Noimal Sohool, Bi-'i-me, and after being eleven years with the flr«« «t Bright Bros. & Co, Brisbane, left for '[WnoviUe to join Mr •T a -res Burn*, who v»n then cetablirhed in business. Sir Iiobort Philp was id*ntifir>d Kith the dbfelopuiebt of the Siatf during its moit progressive peliod, and Ms deoease leaves a wide gap in the ranks of the men -whi re main to onrry on "he »iv*ncpmi*nt of tbn nmntry alou^ round political iind commercial Ihjos, Ho bad b«!n Buffering ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhamnton. Friday, 4.30 ».m. In the Police Court to-day Albert McLean was charged with stealing a e«tt case and contents worth £40, the property of Miss Jessie Barr, on the train between Alpha and Rocfchamp ton. The accused was remanded for eight days, £80 bail being allowed.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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