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Rockhampton Jockey Club, Carnival Meeting. Lady Louka's Great Cup Win. J. McNally's Eudear Wins Three-Year-Old Handicap and Open Welter. Cheque Book Wins the Derby. Club Realises Substantial Profit from Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Rockhampton Jockey Club, Carnival Meeting. Lady Louka's Great Cup Win. J. HIcNally's Eudear Wins Three-Yfear-Gld Handicap and Open Welter. Cheque Book Wins the Derby. Clnb Realises Substantial Profit from Meeting The Carnival meeting was resumed on Saturday. It was cloudy andcold in the early part of the day, but sub* sequently became -warm and pleasant. The fact of it being Newmarket and Derby Day attracted a vast crowd of people, the opening of the North Coast railway to Mackay mak ing a big difference. The racing was really good although the fields could have been better. Results of the vari ous events follow:— Second Trial, of £50; 5 furs.— Silver Chip, 9/12, 1; Nolette, 8/3, 2; Boy's Idol, 8/0, 3. Six others. Bet ting, 6,to 4 on Silver Chip, 10 to 1 the other placed; 305 tickets on the wiiner. Won by a head- Time, 1.45. Divs., 15/3, £1/13/3 and £1/6/-. Rockhampton Newmarket, of £600; 6econd £120, thir^ £60 from prize; 6 furs.—Lady Bob, 7/4,Poisetta, 7/11 2; The Whalan, 9/0, 3. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Check in Medium Merinos. A Re-Adjustment in Values. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

The Check in Medium Merinos. A Re-Adjustment in Values. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson & Co. Ltd., Brisbane, report:—The over optimistic have received a check in the wool trade. A slight fluctuation, inseparable from any of the markets for raw material, has occurred. Medium merinos are 7J per cent, lower. Fine free merinos an^ cross breds, and medium grades of the latter class, however, continue to sell at firm figures. Very coarse and burry lines are easier. Two courses appeared open for prices to follow. Either the most attractive wools would increase -in value or medium merinos would decline. The rates ruling for these lines showed too lit tle disparity. Though values were high good to super wools were re latively clidap compared with the figures available for medium grades* As a matter of fact the finer types of crossbreds have recently boa used extensively by manufacturers owing to the dear#$ss of some merino wools. Recent Brisbane sales gave the first indication of a drop ...

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

Nothing So Effectual. There is nothing that will *o effectually re frc-ab and brace up the system, char the hrain, cleanse tin' complexion, ami briehten tlip »yes hr a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Their effect iB to stimulate the hnweto ro perform their work in a natural ami gentle manner, thus cleansing tlw system "f all those t.oison <u< mate rs Mutcw'i' l.ilinu'negn srul fiirlt headache. Sjld l.y Hu^li Swage and A. I'ar nell k Sons Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Dip Gels right at the seat of the trouble. IT deil* Instant death to the Blowfly by ft novel means Barrett's Arsenical Uiulloc Dip, unlike moet other dips, actually oners iui atUavtlou to Flies and issues their death warrant at the rame time. The MnUcn Fat which is icco/porated In the dip and which, together wfth the arsenic end the Lanoline makes a Perfect emulsion —draws the flier- sn<j thee, the death-dealing Arsenic gets to work! Pastoralifite Everywhere Praise its Work. At a recent de...

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Stonehange Picnic Race Club. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Stonehange Picnic Race Club. I —ouo— AnnuaS Meeting. The annual meeting of the Stone henge Picnic Racing Club was held on the 8th amd 9th inst. There were good nominations for all events, and the racing was excellent, but owing to the droughty condition of . the neighborhood the attendance was very meagre. Only two horses started in the first race of the meeting and Vanarl beat Miss Fume, doing the four furlongs in 53secs. Nine lined up for the Spinners Bracelet, Sleepy Dan winning the coveted golden circle in 1.7, Macs luck being second, and Tiroo third. Jolly Royal won the Depot Glen Handicap from three others; time, 63 1/6. Archlight beat Cyenus. and Gaylo in the Bimerah Stakes, cutting out the five furlongs in 1.6 3/6 There were four starters for the last race of the day, Sir Trump win ning after a tussle down the straight with Welcome Knight, Scopalnt being a close third; time 62 2/6. The first race of the second day brought out three starters, Jolly Royal beating Welcome Knigh...

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

II ^TT^ifiWft-n riii'T" ■■ ^ ZLjsp The "Toombul" £470 Ready-to-Erect COMING! Mr. A. J STEELE, representing Brown & Broad Newstead Homes Ltd., Brisbane, will shortly visit this city for the purpose of demonstrating the Practicability and Low Cost of Newstead Ready-to-Erect Homes. Mr. Steele, who is a practical man, and knows the Home Building Business from A to Z, will bring with him plans and specifications of Neu/stead Ready-to-Erect Homes, and will be pleased to meet Home Buyers, quote prices, and advise them regarding the planning and building of their new home Date of arrival will be ad vertised in this paper. Watch for it! This is a fine opportunity for Home Builders to get some good, sound advice on Home Building. WIMSTE jtrfBTnirrrrmwiiiii umim i tt""™ HOMES -HOMES L

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Our Aramac Letter From Our Own Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

r qqi1 Apamac Letter1 From Our Own Onr.-.^ The weather has settled down fa. earnest to winter conditions, and during the week we have had several frosts. All appearances ojC rain hare completely vanished, the local out look being anything but encouraging. Stock movements are practically nil. This season the wool has rolled in pretty freely to the tramway. Corinda station cut out yesterday, and most of the shearers have gone on tp Mount Cornish, which startB the beginning of July. The tramway traffic returns for May are as followsRevenue—Goods, 148 tons, £262/14/1; timber, 28 tons, £34 9/-; wool, 3071 bales, 465 tons, £797 4/6; stock, 2439 sheep, ;1403 cattle, £301/10/; passengers, 1st class, 88, £47/7/10; second class, 235, £89/18/9; miscellaneous, £19/118; total £1652 15/10. (1920, £1189/2/6). Expendi ture—Salaries and wages, £214/4/1;; maintenance, £197/12/; loco, ex penses, £16/19/; Government rail ways, £95/13/; office expenses, £7 16/2; traffic expenses, £8/5/; build ings, repa...

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

jbtootcsas* a A, SUTTON, Dam Maker, Ta-k Sinker, JEto. l£<u ESTIMATES givou Inr Ovdrahot Duma nod By-waehes. KlevdteJ Earth Tanks built fo serve the pncpsoe of gat vanned iron t*u<cs. From 20.UUO to ! 00,000 gtllonH. liepdtr work done. Address i LDXGBBACn. Try the, "Champion" oolomns for yoar advertisement—It will pay yon.) Por letterheads, memos, blllheada, taga. circulars, dodgera, AOs try tha ^COwinploA* (MM. ^uiuiiniiiinuiniiiimiiffliH miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i a "CLEVELAND I Heavy Waterproof Boot 27/6 IN the realm of Boot Value, it would be a feat to excel the "Cleveland." Its regular price registers to as high as 87(6. Purchased by ub at a price very much in out favor—hence the clear cut saving of 8/- on the pair Po St Free An "Embassy" Boot e Made from Dark Brows and a Black Viscolized Calf ss Skin, a leather retain- SSK ing all the natural oil, S= has double weight SEE soles, genuine S5S "n, and is built S= on natural EE foot shape ~ last. All 3j...

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SPORTING NOTES W[?] will appreciate contributions of spor [?] items for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

SPORTING r. , NOTES Wol will appreoiato contributions of Bpor ii iteine for this column. The Manchester Cup, run a few days ago, was won by North Walt Vnmj by Junior-Attic Salt, King* Idler being second, ana Ring True third. Another French Derby has a^BO been added to the long list already Sran, and M Marcel BousBac's Ramus, }jy Rabelius—Only One, was first, followed by Kefalin and Algerin in fhnt order. There were 16 starters, and Ramus won by a short head. G Donogue, a well-known English jockey, had the mount on Kefauo-j The sporting writer of Brisbane "Week" says that the record amount put through the totalisator at a three days' meeting in Brisbane is £56,643/6/ which passed through the machine at Eagle Farm during the Brisbane Cup nf i<il8 The turnover lor the meet ing just ended was £50,357/10/. which is about £6500 less. The biggest turn aver for a single day—£21,410— recorded on Metropolitan day ot the Exhibition meeting ot 1915. Also that Defunct"Syce, with three...

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[?]Send-Off to Mr. J. F. Morris at Longreach. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

^Send-Off to Mr. J. F. Morris, at Longreach. A large an^ enthusiastic number of residents of the town and district met at the Shire Hall on Saturday, Jun« 10th for the purpose of haying fare well to Mr. J. F. Morris, of the Bank of Australasia, who has bee& transferred to Orange, N.S-W. Mr. Morris was generally recognised aB one of the most popular men in the West, and the thoroughly represen tative gathering testified to his popu larity. Notwithstanding the depres sion caused by the fire of a law days previous—a disaster that wiped out a large section ot the business portion of the town, and caused gene ral gloom lot a limited period—the feeling at the send-off was very buoy ant consequent upon the effort to convince the guest that his, departure would he keenly felt, and that he was fully appreciated during his term here. Mr. T. F. Barker, Chairman. o£ the Shire Council, presided, and after the usual loyal toast was honored, he proposed the health of the guest, Mr. Morris ...

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

W. DAftSAHER, Registered Q.T.C and A ,C. Member of Tattorfall%i Club, Brisbane NOW OPERATING Starting prlco all local and south ern events NO LIMIT. F-flW A reus— W. UANAHKR. BRISfttNK. Oar Jobbtng* Department Is replete la every detail, and la under the per sonal supervision of one of the pro prietors. "Chomplon'' Office. Chilly Nights call.for Warm Blankets & Rugs. TO all who want the best Blankets aH(j Rugs the town can offer—sizes, weights, materials, L Mlineas, 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 cold nights . you'd be well advised to secure a few pairs while such low prices pre vail. GIBSON'S Departmental Stores, (J. n. BOLVBRIiUV) General Merchants, LONCRE ACH.

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

NOTIOE, /CARRIERS iin(iothorn travelling through \J Btlbah Downs mu«t not water at the Well Hole or Dam in Twenty Mile Paddock or at either Bores on the Albilbsh R>sd Offenders will be prosecuted and ull stook cespaseing will he impounded. H. 0. BEHAN FOR STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKINS Use— ELLIOTT'S "Neverstick" L—ikrrgloji (Rto'd) OialutMd to cure and immi Aa RitVloi Lttthar and Oflikim procurable. Use H alio for Bulgy and Motor Hoodl. eic. Absolutely wittrproof- Sold in two ©olouri—Natural »nd Mack. Natural is used for tmtinf til coloured father. MEVERBTICK dries in 30 minutes. Sold Price 313 a tin Wholtule Aicflti for Qpeniland: Arthur Scoff & Co..Edward SI..Britbant TOPS COl GOING THROUGH • THE HOUSE" • Any member of your family may come home at any time with • cold that will literally " Ay tbrouch the house " from oof to another. A bottle of ^ IRISH MOSS »For Couahs c-Co/ds • will relieve the sufferer and stop the infection. Bonnlnrtc n's is the standard, test ed, hous...

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

John K. Cnnnsn B tL. H. Peterson tiour; Publio. Notary Public. CAHNAB & PETERSON tfolioitorB and NounioB, LONG MMAC Jl And I.O.A. UuiliiitJgs, Ouoea-tiuout.. BRJ8BANE H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH L U.Q., DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolso/d t-street, ROCKHAP TON ttlld Eagle-st, LCNGBEACH.

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

BEXONA: THE ARISTOCRAT OF SOAPS. Bexoua Skin and Facial Soap is the favourite soap for toilet, nursery aod bath. Best for baby's delicate skin, and, after once using* Bexona Soap, you will never vaot to use any other soap. Price, Is. per tablet. Obtainable everywhere. (INEXPRESSIVE 1 DAIRYMEN s I r«AN BE FOUND IN I Vs HUNDREDS, who I think highly of their | BALTIC Separator, end we E have a heap of letters from 1 EXPRESSIVE dairymen H who have put their high 5 opinion* on paper \ = BALTIC Separators are S highest quality, easy oper j= sted, invincible skimmers ^ « • , £ G*t Particulars I BALTIC | Separator Co. Ltd. | IB ROMA ST. - BRISBANE duiiuuiuiiHiiiiuiunqiiutiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiMiuiiumiUiO Looa Agents— MEAGHAII St LETLAND, ■aroaltflne and Longreao h

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Ilfracombe Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Ilfracombe Shire Council. Tlie monthly meeting of the Ilfra combe Shire Council was held in the Council offices on Thursday, June 1st, 1922. Therd were pre sent:—Crs. T. McMaster (chair man), J. Inglis, A. J. Arnold, D. Hamilton, A. Howatson, and M. Nicholson. Apologies were tendered by Crs. J. Y. Shannon, and J. Laidlaw, and they were granted leave of absence from the meeting. CORRESPONDENCE.— It was decided to write and accept the offer of an additional machine gun for the township, In reply to a circular letter from the Secretary to the Queensland State Trophy Com mittee, Melbourne. Messrs. Meacham & Leyland, Bar caldine, advised forwarding sand and cement to Brixton. Mr. P. J. Price wrote? stating that he had nearly completed the work of cementing tank troughing at Brixton, and asked if Council wished anyone to inspect before leaving.—The Clerk advised that Cr. J. Laidlaw had arranged to In spect and report. The Shire Clerk, Wyangarie Coun cil, Richmond, wrote asking to ...

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

NOTICE* £100 Reward. £100 reward will be paid by the un dersigned to anybody CMor PRIVATE Information, or otherwise of any person, or person* Mtmilat obeep, cattle or horses from CLOVEN HILLS paddocks. P. CtTItBT. Barcaldlne, September 20th, 19J1. THE LX.L. Bakery, OAE-STBEET, BABCALDETK. 'Phone 55. Fresh Bread Delivered Daily. Rnn« Friday. Brown Bread J P, O'OONNELL, BAEBB AND PASTBY COOK. SASCAL&IHE* CHURCH OF EKGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRISBANE Boys received as boarders and day scholars from the age ot seven. The School has an Ideal situation with 80 acres within 2 miles ol th« city; excellent playing fields, swim ming, rowing and tennis courte. Class rooms on open air principle The School House is ot brick; dor mitories unusually cool and alryj sleeplng-ont accommodation; eleo trlc llg^lt Installed; dairy herd of eight oows. Apply for Prospectus to ff. P. F. M0BBI8, BtA-, Headmaster YOUR Kind of & STOMACH or BOWEL? JO you know the difference tc« tweea Stomach Indige...

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

; fecial Notice Column. Do you want anything i Have yoa anything to sell P Have you lost or funud »ome thing t Meeting*, Ac. Advertisements in tbis column at special fates for CASH strictly in advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rateB will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid stole, 48, One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 Every additional eight words ... I/- 1/8 1/0 F. T. McDONALD. Saddler ana Har Mii Maker, Oak-Btrwet, Barcaldine. All repair work undertaken. ^Phone 126 XfOR SALE—Kangaroo pups. £2/10/ 'per pair.—J. M. WHYTE, O&kr etreet, Barcaldine. kureabft honey— Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins, 6/-. 14lb tine, 10/-. Larger quantities if required. C. Lloyd-Jones, Agent DONT FORGET, the Fancy Dress Skating Carnival at the Glideograph Rink on FRIDAY EVENING, June 30th, 1922. LOST.—Bay Gelding, unbroken, 3 years, branded SV (horizontal) 9 near efyoulder, 3 on near cheek. £1 re ward .^-J. M. WHYTE,, Oak-street, Barcaldine. c I FUMny TQWN ...

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Barcaldine AND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Mr. C."Lloyd-Jonas returned from Rock ham pton on Wednesday's mail train, Marconi experiments have revealed the po-eibili'y of sending wireless tnrssage round the world at the rate of 100 words a minute. Mr Bennett ( The Uou*e of Quality—Uts J. Stewart & Co, Barcaldiue) advisee us that his great 20 p-r cent discount sale will commenae on Monday, June 26th Townspeople are reminded tbnt a grand fancy dress skating carnival wi'l be held at the Glideograph Rink nest Friday evening, June 30th. Mrs. W. T. McKie, President of Ladies' Memoml Committee, acknowledges with thanks the receipt of £10 7s 6d from the Betnmed Soldiers' Leairue, proceeds of the Anzac Day coileq^ione The annual race meeting of the Aramac Jockey Club will, weather permitting, be held on Tufwd+v anil Wednesday next, 27th and 28.Ii, ana although the entries are not quite up to expectations thev are suffi cietuly ampin 10 unaurea pleasant meeting. The Bishop of Ipawicli (England) has 02 motor oars at his disposal...

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

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, Has MOTOR OARS FOR HIKE. Two 6-Cyliuder Bucks at your disposal. Phone 78. o Agent for Howard's "Trionph" Motor O^clc, " Bover" Cycle *ud 6urriue Ufaited Statea Motor Tyree, Btc 4S"Baroaldine Agent for— Tiie celebrated ttUICK CARS. MOTOR C4R_ 5?rre FOB Prompt Attention Ring up 'Phone 101. DAT OB NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," lmth Barcaldine. " KENILWO&TH," Private Hospital, Maple Mod Aoaoia-btbbbtb, BARCALDINE. —Outside Cases Attended.— For particulars aud terras apply to— Phone 81 RUBY GREEN, A.T.NA The People's Gash Store ASH.STP.EEr (opposite Uli'leograph), BARCA^BXNE. For your order (or ;«KOCH)RIB8 or PUOUUCE .EingjPHONE Q3» B. SC. OUINN, Proprietor. ^U8trallan J^utual provident SOCIETY, A. & PEARSON, District Hepresentative. Address—c/o W. L. Walker,; BARCALDINE. HARRY BURGESST PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALDINE. Full range of materials in stock to select tram. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING and PRE88INQ. All ga...

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The Glideograph. Next Thursday's Great Attracti[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

The Glideograph. Next Thiirsiiy's Great Attrutij At the Glideograph next Thursday, June 29th, -will be shown one of Charles Ray's latest productions, ■"Two Minutes to Go"—a picture thafe should appeal to football Cans. In, thiB picture Ray is said to even excel his performance as a fighter in hisj "Scrap Iron" production, shown here, a while ago. A brief synopsis of "Two Minutes to Go" is as follows:—When I Baker University lost its third game of football that season, the wonder Hint chet Burnett was not in the team changed to active resentment. Chet haa led them through victorious seasons of football, and only his adoring room mate, Fatty, knew why he was out ot the game for his senior year. Chefs father and met with business reverses and the boy had to work his way to stay at the university. Jobs were scarce, how ever. The best Chet could find waB running a milk run in the early morning hours. And the worst of it was that he was afraid to.own what he was doing for fear of embarras...

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

The "Champion" now comprlsta twenty paces folio, anfi to ntwar from front to bach corn. Benfl along your name and beoome one of ottr nappy ■ubscHbot*. — "Champion" Office. Watch this Space Next Issue. New Goods Arrivir. Daly. E. & J. BENNETT, (Late James Stewart & Co) Drapery and Boot Emporium, — . B A.RCAL.DINE. —

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