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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. H.R-H. the Prince of Wales, aiier feight months' travelling, landed from the Renown at Devonport on "Wednes day and travelled by train to Pad fiington, -where he was affectionately greeted by the King and Queen and. other member* of the Royal Family. 'After an official reception, the Prince drove in an open landau to Bucking ham Palace, through beflagged and crowded streets, to the accompani ment of continuous cheering. All of ^Ir. Collin' votes, nurnherwg 16,000, had been tampered with so seriously that the Cork election wna invalidated. Id the singles of the Davis Oop tie between Australasia and Belgium to day Patterson (Australia) beat Was her (Belgium) 6—8, 6—4. 6—5, and Anderson (Australia) beat Watson (Belgium) 6—2,'6—1, 6—2. New York, Thursday. The United Press' Shanghai corres pondent states that Kianfu reports ata^te tbnt foreign women missionaries were roped with Chinese nod driven to the mountains by mutinous troops, who were...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram FULL FROM A TRAIN Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. Hy'lVi <riatn FULL FEOM A TRAIN Brisbane, Thursday. When the mall train from Rock hampton to Brisbane was running on the Tiaro-Gundiah section last night a passenger, whose namet la given as Coolee, a resident of Kowbe, via Childers, fell from a carriage. He was taken to Gympie hospital in an unconscious condition. Reports state the man's condition is serious.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sir Henry Wilson Murdered Irish Assassins Arrested. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Sir Henry Wilson Murdered Irish Assassins Arrested. By Cablegram. London, Thursday. Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, frho in March last was appointed civil head of the northern police at Belfast, was shot in Eaton Square to day and died shortly afterwards. Two arrests were made. London, Thursday, Later. In connection with the murder of Field-Marshal Sir Harry Wilson, the assassins are said to be James O' Brien and James Connelley, both 24i years of age. The latter is believed to be associated with I.R.A. In the afternoon Sir Henry Wilson unveiled a memorial aft Liverpool street station in memory of 1220 em ployees of the Great Western Railway who fell in the war. His last words were the reciting of six lines of Kip ling's recessional. As he llnisbed the lines many women, who were sobbing gently, burst into teare. He then left on his Journey homeward, which ter minated so tragically. An eye-witness, describing the mur der, said the two assassins were lying it wait for Sir Henry Wilson...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Come Back to Charters Towers. The Goldfield Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Gome Back to Charters Towers. The Gold!ield Jubilee. Yob hear it, you reed it, and you see it everywhere, and always when and where you bear it, it is spoken in tones of enthu siasm. It i« quite clear that apart alto gether from the past, the Jubilee Week of Charters Towers is to be a whirl,' 4 tound, a never ceasing succession of joyous intei eetingand entertaining events, fetes, shows, races, pictures, dances, playB, shoots and other entertainments such as will oater for the tastes of all our visitors and other friends. Apart from the fact that Chatters Towers-in July presents a charming picture of cosy comfort when viewed from the lofty Towers Hill <^nd other surrounding _ hign places, apart from the fact that the olimuto with itB sunny and height but fresh and cool days is the most perfeot in the North, apart from its past and that tbo'premer racing olub of North Queensland is holding its tiino hallowed and brilliant annua racing fixture,aDd the splendidly patronised ...

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

ForSale. Prince Eraxes. Bay Horse, aged 10 years. SIRE—By Erases, Erases by Little Rornie out of The Nun. The Nun by Kelpie. V DAN —Prince Erases his||dam Lil lian by Goldeborongh from Moroqua by Mortborpe (imp) from Montana by Yatondon. Particulars apply— P. COMISKEY, 7-0 (Witherafield, Q.C.R. QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1863. Authorised Capital ... £2,000,000 0 o Subsoribsd Capital ... 600,000 0 0 Capital Paid Up ... 739,740 0 0 Reserve 325,000 0 O Interminable InscribedlDe posit Stook 3,091,669 0 0 I DIRECrOBS: James Milno, Esq. (Chairman). Hon. G. W. Gray, Jae. Love, W. H. Hart, Esq, L. C. Lays,Esq. GENERAL MANAGES M. G. HAYMEN. gg eiboume, Sydn roughon ueensland. Ag U( ho ill "Weil.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cotton Growing in the Sixties. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Cotton Growing in the Sixties. 'The holding of an exhibition o£ Australian .grown cotton at Mesn-s. Farmer & Co's Sydney, elicited from Mr. W. 0. Kpllr, of Bur wood, au interesting reference to the •early (lays of cotton growing in Queensland. Writing to tbe Sydney " Daily Telegraph," lie stated "■—'■ As a result of tbe perusal of Dr Lang's ' Queensland.' my brother, Edward Kelt migrated to Brisbane with 16 others, under tbe auspices of the Cotton Supply Association of Manchester, in 1862 -I followed with my mother and brother .later. Dr. Lang's book was published io 1801, and became in 1802 thu most popular - volume in Manchester, in whi.h city I was then an employee in tbe old tiim of I. & N. Phillips, In consequence of the American' ■ civil war Lanceuehite experienced a cotton famine. Inferior cotton came from India and elsewhere. So injurious was it to the operatives that at "prayer meetings tbe intervention of tbe heavenly powers was sought. One of the devout wa...

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

For Cbronio' Cheat Complaints Woods' Great Peppermint Core. ILFRACOMBE SHIRE COUNCIL; STATEMENT of RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE December, 1921. for year ended 31st RECEIPTS. January 1st, 1921. To Bal. at Bank N.S. Wales 479 12 December 31st Cemetery 10 19 0 Theatre Licenses 2 0 0 Dog Registra'n Fees 5 0 0 Goat .. .. 15 16 € Int Sanitary Rotes 4 0 .. General Rates 1 17 10 .. W*ar Loan Bond 26 0 0 Carriers Licenses 38 0 0 Water Supply 170 0 0 Incidentals1 8 12 11 General Rates 1270 13 9 Condensed Water 2 10 Agistment Fees 112 IB 0 . Sanitary Rates 143 19 8 Sale of Rolls 3 0 1807 2 8 £8289 15 4 13 B 10 10 42 0 EXPENDITURE 1921. December 31st By 12-Mile Dam Auditor's Fees Barcaldine Road Law Costs Rodney Roa^ Isisford Road Cemetery Fire Insurance Council Offices 7 10 Horsefeed n 2 Longreach Hospital 26 Goat Registration, rent of yds 1 1 4 87 6 Ilfracombe Township Burr Cutting Tara Resumption Advertising and Printing Brixton Bore Sanitary Expenses Well shot Resumption Works and Repairs Offic...

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

Increase in Rating. ■'A t the last monthly meeting of Longreaoh Shire Council a discussion arose on the big | jump up in ratings, due to the Bank pressure. Cr. Bunks said he wished to enter an emphatic protest against the in crease in rates passed at the last meeting. • It appeared to him that 150 per cent, in crease in one pop was absurd. It was bad - enongh lo put up with the general rates but when $d. burr rate had bean struck it was over the odds. He considered they bad bo right to earmark money tor this or -any purpose. If they struck a rate of this ■ description, then the ratepayers should be - entitled to somo return. He would like to move that if the rates were paid witbin SO days a rebate of 6 per cent, be granted. Before the rates were increased he waB paying in round figures about JB24, per -annum aud now ho was askud to pay £90 18s. lid. Cr. Whitty said he would second a ' portion of the motion re the rebate for qniok payment. He contended that the rateB had pot increase...

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

The Longreach Fire. ' At the usual monthly meeting of Longrea Shire Contrail, tbe Chairman read telegram ' from the following Shire Councils, business people and others, expressing the greatest sympathy with the sufferers in tbe late fire: Messrs. Hempenstall. Bros. Bockhampton; Ilfracombs tjhire Council, Blacks!I Town Council. Campbell, James & James, Barcal> dine ; Debham Bros. .Bockhampton j Bar* caldino Shire Council; Ur. J. P. Peterson, Brisbane: Mr. John Payne, M.L.a..; Mr. John Martin, Bockhampton; Mr. F. Mills, Bnrwood,. Sydney ; Mr. ii. Wtdtrwoud. Hureleiri; 'Air K. Mnidieton, Cowuiecei*l Bank, Brisbanu; Mr. Ben Kreeujttu, Bris bane; Hun A. 11. L'urnuU, M. L G; Bev. Father Mcli&ugkliu, Syiiuuy ; uu<i Messrs. McLaughlin & Co , Bockbunpton. The Chairman, in moving that these ' messages be ackuowledged, said tbe posi tion wus one that, had to be faced. They would have to do something when the- sec tion was being re-built. To pnt the build ...

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

Motor and Cycle Notes. The fourth, attempt by Boyd Bdldns, the well-known New South wlales motorist to reduce the Brisbane Sydney car record failed. Edkins made fast time to Tamworth (377. miles from Brisbane), but subae qeuntly met with a mishap, partially disabling his Vauxhsll. Despite the bad luck that has followed Edkins in his attempts he is still of the opinion* that F- Eager's record of 19 hours 38Jmins. for this 643 miles intern state journey can be reduced to the region of about 171 hours. "No definite announcement in refer ence to the revival of the great War rnamboOl-Melbourne Road Race can yet be made," states the Dunlop Rub ber Company. WhilBt the difficulty as regards finding a suitable finishing spot where the riders will not be in terfered with by spectators watching the finish, has been overcome by the Company, the trtmble between the League of Vic. Wheelmen and the Victorian Inter-Club Cycling As sociation has not yet been overcome.: The suggestions put forth at t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Station Mutagen! Wfcy sand to Melbourne tor your stationery? Try the "Champion" office for your nnl lot of memo*', receipt books, eat* lopea, or tetter Paper. Support your local chemists and Storekecfjpers and buy Clements Tonic from them —they sell it! GbmonCt Tbnfe doMrdOmt* insomnia, vomit nmroe*, impaired vitality, mnd idmitar Hood and1 nttito '> cdlmtnte. Try it.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football Cup Fixtures. Brigade Seniors and Wallaby Juniors Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Football Cup Fixtures. Brigade Seniors and Wallaby Juniors Victorious. A. {air number of people attended the Sbow Grounds on $un<1ay las:, Juno 18th, to wit. neBS the waukly Cap fixtures. The Juniors j a* usual, played the opening game and this resalted in a win for the Wallabye b.v three to nil after a bard garoa Early in the first half Low fcoreri for the Wallaby8 and n further ttieB were registered. The seniors then took the field. Mo Quaid captained the Wallabya and J. tv,ere the Ttrigade. At balf time the Brigade led by nine to five. The play was close but not noted for anything brilliant. In the second balf tbn Brigade maintained their lead, and eventually woo by fourteen to eight. ■ For the winners Ivers (two) and h< we and Bod gets (oneeaoh) wi re the eoorerB A.l!ard c.inverted one fr jm a difficult angle. For the lu.;prss Ellem (one) and Cliffe (one) were the bcorera; Kllem converted one. The Mrigade team did not have the services of their.skipper; the...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

6 F. P. O'REILLY, Pharmaceutical Chemist and NYAL AGENT Proprietor of Graham's well koown 1 Family Remedies— ' Grulutm'a White PIII8 & Tar (Cough remedy) „ (Granules (the Little Liver Pill) Healing Ointment „ Dermal Lotion (for roughness or - redness of the ekin dae to winter chaps) Fall stocks of NYAL'S PEEPABATIONS, including FICSEN (the Lolly Laxative), BABY COUGH SYRUP GLYCERINE and LINSEED Compound, HUSKEYS. Large a&Bortment of High-class Toilet Requisites, inclnding Face Creams, Face Powders, Talcums, Brash ware andPerfumery. For Winter Comfort try one of oar HOT WATER BOTTLES KODAK CAMERAS and SUPPLIES. Country clients can rely on promptness and despatch {of any orders entrusted to as. THE BARCALDINE PHARMACY <( PROCRASTINATION is the thief of time," states i one authority, and to Car Owners procrastination is the thief of money. 'Bring your Hadiator in before the damage grows bigger and repair costs mount higher—acting NO W viU save both time and m...

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By Telegram Rockhampton, Wednesday, 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

By Telegram Rockhampton, Wednesday, 6-30 p.m. The fourth day of Rockhampton Jockey Club Carnival Meeting -was as successful as the preceding ones. It fined up although the afternoon was soiqewhat dull and rain hung over head like the sword of Democles. There was again a-very large attend ance. The track was very heavy owing to rain on the previous day. £3922 went through the tote. The Club expects to make a substantial profit. The following are results:— Fourth Trial, of £50, 5furs—Lady Laconia 1, Landlock 2, Dan Brown 3. Nine others. Betting, 5 to 2 Albino, 20 to 1 Lady Laconia. Wton by three quarters of a length, a head separat ing secon,} and third Time, 1.9 3/6. Divs., £1/12/ and 11/6. Three-Year-Old Handicap, of £.100; . 1 mile 80 yards.—Eude»r Bonnie Welkin 2, Kerat 3. No others. Bet ting, 6 to 4 Bonnie Welkin, 5 to 2 Eudesr. Won by two lengths, three lengths separating second and third. Time, 1.633. Div., £1/9/9. Flourtb. Novice, of £100, 6furs.— ; Niree 1, Lady Louka 2, Taxg...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rockhampton Show Magnificent Display of Cattle. Blood Stock and Ponies Excellent. Interesting Sporting Events. Attractive District, Agricultural and Fruit Displays. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Rockhampton Show Magnificent Display of Cattle. —0O0— Blood Stock and Pcnies Excellent. Interesting Sporting Events. Attractive District, Agricultural and Fruit Displays. By Telegram. Rockhamoton. Friday. 9 a.m. Yesterday morning broke toe and clear and " Messrs. HarrylvT ®?;h Barney Shaw, and Jimmy. Nuttall did a song and dance round Show Grounds. They reckoned the luck of the Agricultural Society was right in. In the afternoon it turned I very threatening and the prospect ofl heavy downpour was imminent. ! but it passed. A few drops of rain i fell last night, and then it cleare . I There was a good attendance at I the Show. Undoubtedly, a is the fat cattle sectiQn. which the best ever seen on the Show Grounds. There is a magniflcent lot of fat cattle, including some from Messrs. Campbell, Macdoiwrtd & Sons, of Tuaburra. Competition .was extremely keen. One Tuaburra pen secured a thia prize for bullockr suitable for the butchers block Henry - Beat & Sons, ot The Mea...

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

Sale of High-Class Furni ture and Effects. At Longreacb. > i 1 Saturday, 1st July, 1922. F. CORY & CO., have received In structions from Mrs. A. Nicholson, of "M^rstham," Kingfisher-street Longreach, to sell bv auction tt the SUPPER ROOMS, SHIRK HALL, on SATURDAY, 1st ju'y next, commenc ing at 2.30 p.m , the whols u£ her splendid household furnitu/n, cook'ug utensils and effects.. The house is completely furnished thro irhout with vejy beautiful high-class furniture. There are many articles -which would attract the attention of buyers any where—such as magnificent Queen Anne Dining Room Suite, White En amelled Bedroom Suite, Wardrobe, &c., interlined throughout, very old and rare Crystal Glassware, Globe, Wernicke Book Case (sliding glass fronts), Electric Iron and Toaster, and many other articles of great worth. This is an opportunity not to be missed, and which may never oc cur again to secure furniture of dis tinction. The auctioneers will be glad t0 R*ve fulle...

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

Longreach Shire Council. Works Overseer. APPLICATIONS are invited for posi tion of Works Overseer. Applicants must possess a certificate of com petency recognised by the Main Roads Board. State salary required, age, 'whether married or Bingle, and when can as sume duties. Applications ■with copy of nrefer ences to be lodged at the Shire Office, Longreach, not Jater than 12 noon, July 8th, 1922.' Endorse envelop* "Works Overseer." T. F. BARKER, Chairman. Roskhampton Visitors, CALL AT ATKINSON'S Central Boarding House, Bolsover-street. Bet Rii ytio i mid Poit Offish (Nest Pools Kirk). Phone 633. Tariff Moderata .Table Bscllent. Alio the Famous Craven Burleigh Hair D«(i Ic enr, 3/6 Shampoo Powder, (perdoz.), 2/6 . Sldn and Scrip iT Pica Crein, 2/6 FlCb Powdet. 2/6,4/6 11 a ■ h o, • 3/6 etc. Haii Health The combat twe ot Joha Cr«»— Durielth'a Trae Hair Grower (Pomsfle) if wir Hair is Dry or Hair Tonic (Liquid) if the Hair la naturallyOfly will prove Ike most effectual way of mluveoatiaK...

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

Impounding Notice IMPOUNDED at Isieford on June 9th from Wellshot one black. draught gelding, aged, star, white on near hind foot, collar and saddle marked, indistinct brand' near shoulder like C2G (script), Indistinct brand off neck like K4B (horizontal). If not released before 6th July will be sold to defray expenses. P. W. EVERDMLL, Poundfcecper. Our Jobbing Department Is replete la ererjr detail, and la under the per* j ■onal supervision of one of the pro ferietora. "Champion'' O&ee.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Pou[?]eer Gone. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Another Ponfieer Gone. It is with deep regret we bare this week to announce, the death of ana other old Central Queensland resi dent, Mrs. Kiahl, relict of Mr. John Julius KaM, having passed away somewhat suddenly at Blackall s little after midnight on Friday morn ing, 16th June in her 82nd year. Mrs. Kahl had been enjoying the best of health, and up to the last had been performing her usaxl charitable work and errands ol mercy, as the "Independent" puts it. On the Thursday evening Mrs. Kahl appeared to enjoy her usual good health and was employed In hei favorite occupation of knitting, fol lowed by a read. She retired at 9.30, and at about midnight was attacked by a violent fit of coughing, which was so persistent that Dr. Malcolm was sent for. Mrs. Kahl collapsed and died <*f heart failure shortly after the doctor's arrival v Mrs. Kfrhl (nee Brown) was a native of Ireland, and came to Aus tralia when a child- She was mar ried by the well-known late Rev. Robert Hartley a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 lor a license to fence across the road as follows:— One gate each on Southern and Northern boundaries ot "Treflillian" on Surbiton road. One gate each on Southern and Western boundaries of "Tresilllan" on Hobartville road. All gates are in conformity with the Act. 7-8 RICHD. HOSKIN. Try ui tor Job Prfntin*.

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