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PRISONERS RELEASED Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

PRISONERS RELEASED Melbourne, Friday. Sydney John Harding and Josepn Dunatan, who were serving imprison ment for house-breaking, have been released from Melbourne gaol. Both men were important witnesses in the Colin Ross murder trial.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FORESTRY BILL TO BE INTRODUCED. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

FORESTRY BILL TO BE INTRO DUCED Bris* Hn«\ Ftiday. The Minister for Laudu staled to day that lie wub iii h'jp-'u i-f bcunx «b'e tn put tbe 1 ur<-Htty ltil1 ilitouiili Pur liuraent daring the coming bunsion. The measure, if not entirely satisfac tory for the forestry Buhotinefi, will at least be u big improvement on the pre reut law •. i

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INJUNCTION AND COSTS AGAINST A.W.U. AN IMPORTANT VERDICT. Brisbane Friday, 4.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

MCNJUNCTION AND COSTS AGAINST A.ff.D. IMPORTANT VERDICT. Bribbunc Friday, 4.30 p.m. Tlif 141)4b Court, in lit. rwiewd judginoui, detivi-ri'rt i"-day, j{r»n(«'fJ ctu i> juiioti'.ii letitriiiuiini the A.W.U. from diioclly or indirectly doinpr any thing tocaute a strike iu the shearing industry. The Court's verdict was au nnanimoai> oik1, and cobib were ^iveu aganiHt tbo ouion.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POLICE OFFICERS PENSIONED OFF Brisbane Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

POLICE OFFICERS PENSIONED OFF Brisbane Friday. Executive approval bas been given to the retirement, on pension, of the followirig P 'ire officers'—Sub-In• npeotor Rfdy I'vth •, who in statioDed nt Rorast. Snl» Inajwctor JnmeB O'Neill, tuition. d«t Lnnsreiu.b, Sub* Ioppeotor .Tnmpp N"i'i 11. Ftnt.iimed »t Biislmue, mid Senrt. Roderick McKpr>7.ii% if Mnm.t Morgan. In ppeciord Bvrne urd O'Veill »ill be re tired (is trorn .Imiuavy 1st, 1923, Id spectcr McNeill from .July let, J022, Hud Spipf. McK^i zii' hb from July 2nd mst. It is bulievcd thut several promotions, conpoquent oil thi-ae change*, will be iiixioun''<'d next week.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria FEDERAL POLITICS Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Victoria federal politics Melbourne, Friday. Whether there will be an eariy election depends upon proceedings in the Houep of Representatives, but it is understood that Mr. Hughes has definitely decided that unless the Ministry be defeated there will be no Federal election until Parliament ex pires by effluxion of time, in Febru- j ary, 1923. The elections would, there fore, be held in March or April.

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

If you miss seeing Mr. C. E. Gilbert Our Spec i Representative^ your District GUT OUT THIS FORM AND POST TO-DAY REQUEST FORM To Charles Gilbert Limited. PlcaBe poBt me your new Winter Seasons pattern bonkb of genuine tailored euittt (o measure including guaranteed iodigo serges at your revised lower prices Ot £5 5s, £6 6s. £7 7s, £8 8s. Carriage {.aid Together with complete easy self-measurement outfit without any obligation on my part to order. Name... Address., Yuu will receive by return mail a took of suitings that will he a revelation in tailoring rallies backed by our thirty yeare practlc exverieni-i hb Tailoring Specialists who guarantee SAT ISFACTION i.r MONEY BACI£. weoothc rATNen-awsoN s

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THE TIMBER INDUSTRY. PROTECTIVE TARIFF SOUGHT. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

THE TDEBEB INDUSTRY. ( PROTECTIVE TARIFF SOUGHlT. I Sydney, Friday. A deputation yesterday informed Mr. Oakley, Chairman ot the Traffic Board, that Inadequate tariff protec tion has placed the timber industry in Australia in a disastrous position and bad caused a large number of mills to closo down. It w&b stated that in one district alone 16 out of 26 mills liave closed, entailing a loss in wages of £248,000 annually. It was decided that the members of the deputation should confer, then submit to the Tariff Board a definite statement as to the relief they need ed. ■ : H* -*

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wales. INDUSTRIAL MATTERS Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

57 aw Souti; W;at8. —^juu— INDUSTRIAL MATTERS Sydney, Friday. The Full Industrial Court In thein judgment yesterday concerning the powers Of the Board ot Trade to In quire into and find the cost of living at intervals of less than twelve months found by a big majority that the recent declaration Of the basic ■wage made by the Board of Trade •was valid.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Football History. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Football History. Ti)0(te "-No* 2«»h The first representative football match playea in the West was be tween Barcaldine and Long^eajch re presentative teams. The Thompson river representatives journeyed to Barcaldine by the Saturday morn ing's goods train on 12th June, 1892. The Artesian Club was represented by nine players, and the Rangers filled the other six places in the local team. Mr. J. Carmody cap tained the locals, and Mr. Gavin the visitors. The Barcaldine rep. colore were yellow and black, aim Long reach dark blue and white. The afternoon was an ideal day for foot ball, and what was then a large crowd assembled at the Lagoon Creek flat, to witness the kick-off of western intertown football. The game was a fast and hard struggle, the finer points of the game then be ing unknown by either teams. Dadlow (Longreach) scored the first try; it was the only try scored in this game, and the visitors were victorious by three to nil. Mr. V. H. Oelbrichs re fereed the game. The visit...

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

PLUMB'S Winter 36in Cotton Cashmere, in shades of Cream, Brown, Navy and Black Price 2s lid yard 36in Cheek Tweeds in ehadee of Black and White, Biue and Black, Fawn and Black 2s lid yd 36iii Check Tweede, assorted shades Price 3s 6tf yd 40in Black and White Check Tweeds Price 3s lid yd 36in Check Tweede, assorted Prico 4s lid yard 40in Dress Tweed, assorted patterns Price 6s 6d yard 36in Wool Gaberdine in shades of Jade, Nigger, Navy end Black Price 6s 6d yard 40in Wool Canton Voile, in shades of Cream and Navy Price 6s lid yard 40in Melton Cloth, in shades of Brown and Grey Price 7s 6d yard 40in'Striped Dress Tweeds, in Nigger and Navy Prico lis 6d yard 40in Check Dress Tweeds Price lis 6dayard 40in All Wool DresB Tweeds, in Fawn, Dark Mastic and Nigger Price lis 6d yard 46in Cream Wool Serge Price 12s 6d yard 46in Navy Wool Serge Price 13s 6d yard 36in Striped Wiaceyettes, in assorted stripes Prices 28 lid And 3s 6d yard C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERSuAND BOOTERS, PARK'S BUIL...

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Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Longreach Items. The usual weekly meeting of the Longreach Football League executive was held on Tuesday evening. Mr. A. Mahoney presided. A letter wsb read from, the C.Q*R.A. League ask ing'this League to affiliate This was favored by members, but the secre tary was instructed, to write for fur ther particulars an<j what representa tion each town would have, as this town has in the Past received scant attention from Rockhampton or Bris bane.1 A letter from the Barcaldine League was received enclosing cheque value £35/11/6, share of nett profits from the recent match there. This leaves a profit of £26/13/ after expenses had been paid. It was de cided to send a team to Blackball, but owing to the weather the final arr , rangements were left with the pre sident and secretary, and Mr. F. Mc Keon. The referees reported as follows:—Junior (Mr. Gallway) Blue won 16 to nil; B grade Blue (Mr. S. Byrne) , beat All Black 3 to nil; A grade Blue (Mr. E. Glssson) won from AI1 Black 12...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach and District. LONG[?]ANCH BEACH OFFI[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Longreacli and District. JLiJSUlittAKOa iiE&OH Ol'FIOn A slight change in the weather can be reported this week. Showery conditions prevailed on Tuesday and last night. Not much rain fell, how ever. There were small farlls, in places, 40 pdints being registered. Last night a, good shower fell, this being preceded by vivid lightning, and a couple of heavy claps, of thun jler, which may b§ considered strange for this time of the year. To-day (Thursday) it is cloudy, but there does not seem any further promise of rain. One thing we can be grate ful for the shower laid the dust. A few falls ai*e recorded at Arrilalah, viz.;Bimerah 29 points, Belfiel^ 60. Meroondah Downs 100, Bandoa Grove 60. • The stock passings ton the week include:—2000 wethers from Speck iiill to Longreach, L. Trout owner, T. W5Tine in charge; 800 wetherB from Wihitehill to trucks, Brumm & Co. owners, Jas. Whelan in charge; 20 horses from Bexley to Longreach, E. O. Blume owner, R. Woulfe in charge; 32...

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

-THH— later Misericorflie Private Hospital Tho Mansion : The Ba&gt EOOKHA.MPTON. Fint>elasa nursing and aooommodation. Any f the local doctors attend. For particulars apply to Matron Sister in charge. F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Commission and Forwarding Agents. Horse 8alea a 8peolalitg. Bple&did paddocks close to town free to any hones sent for bona fide sale. LONCtiuEACH. Agents for lta New Zealand Fire and Marine Insor> aaoe Oampany. " 0. Q. Pastoral Employers Association. fee.I «m„ fee. :VWEJ Medcrafs Ltd., ROCKNMIPTON. Manufacturers of the Famouj ROSE BRAND Biscuits and Confectionery Central Queenslanders! Support Your Own Industries. SAWN TIMBER HYNE 4 SON, BolBOTer-fltroet. felloes. Spokes, and Wheelwrights Material kept in stock Luge Stocks BEST Boagh and dressed, of all descriptions. Orders promptly and carefully attended to W&d . *. ABUBTBObG, "HVHu-pr Rookhamptoo Btmnoh | Ihos. Capstick, Land, Fruit, and General Commiss...

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

Licensed Gate Notice. I hereby give notice that I Intend to apply to Jericho Shire Council for a license to fence across the roaa as follows:— J One gate each on Southern and Northern boundaries of "Tresiiliaa" on Surbiton road. One gate each on Southern ang Western boundaries of "Tresillian" on Hobartvllle road. All gates are in conformity with the Act. 7-8 RICHD. HOSKIN. TAB WONDER WORKER (Patented.) THE KBY TO HEALTH. The world'* greatest die. eoveiy for the alleviation and cure of pile*, hnmorr. hold*, constipation, and complaints oT the lower towel. A simple, sensible, sclentl plianoe. "Works while Bep, and gives you lasts a life-time. 11c you sleep. _ Only 7/6. Bend Postal Mot* to Wtaoer Worker, Box 85f, G.P.O., or 202 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane. - Litera ture FEUDS. Genera! Banking Easiness. Conducted at 61 Branches throughout Australia, New Guinea (2) and at London (2). SO Branches In Queensland. Savings Bank Department. At all Branches and at 3100 Post Office Agencies throu...

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RAT DESTRUCTION TO CONTINUE Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

RATS DESTRUCTION TO COTfTIMTE I Brisbane, Thursday. Mr. McCormack, discussing the suggested reduction of rat gangs by the Metropolitan Joint Health Board and protests made by some locarl authorities regarding the coBt ol rat destruction, said he had instructed the Health Commissioner to inform the Board that it must continue. The Health Department was of opinion that It was much better to destroy rats and their harborages than to have an epidemic ol plague later. If the Board refused to continue the Health Department would have to com pel it to go on.

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Mr. SASTRI IN BRISBANE INDIAN ASPIRATIONS. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Mr. SASTBI IN BRISBANE INDIAN ASPIRATIONS. Brisbane, Friday. In the course of an eloquent ad dress before a very large gathering yesterday, Mr. Sastri (the Indian delegate) saig that India to-day was endeavoring to ascertain the statUB of her nationals,, within the British Empire with a view of determining her future policy as to whether she will ask her children, and her child ren's children, to throw in their lot with a Britainnic Commonwealth or ■seriously consider why they should seek a continued place within the Empire.

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LONDON WOOL SALES GENERAL ALL-ROUND IMPROVEMENT. CROSSBREDS FIRMER, MERINOS REACH MAY LEVELS. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

LONDON WOOL SALES GENERAL ALL-ROUND IMPROVE MENT. CROSSBREDS FIRMER, MERINOS REACH MAY LEVELS. Brisbane, Thursday. The tone of the London wool sales has certainly improved. That may be, in part, consequent upon an im provement in the selection, which will bring in keener Continental buy ing, but Yorkshire operators are com peting more freely, which indicates there has been a revival in making sorts. It will be particularly gratifying to holders of Bawra shares to know that crossbreds are firmer. Merinos are now considered to be up to the May levels. Early in May it was stated in Eng land that some top-makers were sold for four and five, months ahead, and it would be difficult to place an order for a big-weight delivery before August or September, At date an ap preciation in crossbreds is expected. In the piece goods trade there is an Improvement. Reports of the clothing trade are very much more satisfactory. In the Scottish tweeds trade the tone is optimistic. The "Times" trade supp...

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IS AN ELECTION FROBABLE[?] Brisbane, Thursay. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

IS AN ELECTION FEOBABLE I Brisbane, Thursay. Ministers are still endeavoring to discredit the suggestion that Mr. Theodore said to-day that no candi date had any authority from him to make a statement that an election would be held very shortly. He (the Premier) had stated positively that he did not expect an election till towards the end of next year. Of course it was impossible to predict the outcome of the session.

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

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Hospital Benefit Races at Isisford. £157 8s. 7d. Realised. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Hospital Benefit Races at Isisford. £157 8s. 7d. Realised. The Isisford Hospital Picnic Racing Club held their hospital benefit races on Saturday, 10th June. The wea ther was fill that could be desired. The meeting was in every way a huge success, being exceedingly well at tended; the surrounding district be ing very well represented. Owners of horses deserve great thanks for their kindness in lending their horses for this form of racing, aB no doubt it is a great factor in swelling the funds of the Isisford hospital. The programme amounted to £37 • There were 6even races for the day —three for maidens prior to the :oeeLing, two for horses that had not won a prize exceeding £5, one for horses that had not won a prize exceeding £10, and a consolation race for all beaten horses. During the day every thing -.vent off perfectly and without a hitch of any sort, which reflects gneat credit on all the officials, and' also on the racing competitors. 26 horses were sold through the yard, the...

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