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Church of England School and Hostels at [?]a[?]dine. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Church of England School, ana Hostels at ua«' cujdine. j -A- I —guw-^ It will be seen from the advertise ment in tbis issue that St. Peter's School, Barcaldine, is to be opened on July 25th The building, which is now nearing completion, is a worthy addition to the town, which has the reputation of being one of the prettiest in Queensland. Barcaldine is an ideal spot for a school. It possesses a good .water supply, has excellent electric lighting facilities, and is noted for its healthy climate. The fact that an op portunity is now given for parents to eend their boys and girls, from five years of age, to e first-class board ing school where they will be pro perly looked after should appeal in view of the difficulty in securing a good education at the most impres sionable time of a child's life. To ensure this the teaching staff will reside In the hostels, and matrons will be in charge of the household arrangements of each. The Diocese authorities are prepared to extend the fouilding...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alpha Notes. From A Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Alpha Notes. —ouo— From A. Ojrreppondent. our township still retains willing workers for the local ho^ptal, and last weekend the untiring efforts of these people was realised. The Alpha Turf Club organised a race meeting on Friday in the usual com plete style and the arrangements were excellent, but I regret to eay the special train arranged to the course was not patronised as it should have been- This was excellent fore sight on the Committee's part as vehicular traffic is scanty, r.nd it leaves no excuse -avd'ng conveyance to and from the course. The club deserves every thanks tor the benefit to the hospital. Mrs. W. Hone and her willing assistants turned over all the profits of catering to the funds, which realised £7-odd. These ladles are to be congratulated for the work done, especially Mrs. Hone, whose services 'o the local hospital'are well known. It was pleasing to see the hospital wj»ll represented at the course, by Messrs. Page. Daniels, Flndlay, Pres land and Anderson. Th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Returned Soldiers' League Memorial Form of Clock Favored. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

tReturned Soldiers' League Memorial Form of Clock Favored. A general meeting of mombers of the Barcaldine eub-bmucb of tha Eeturned Soldiers and Sailor* Imperial League was held at the Hotel Shakespeare on Monday evening last. The President (Mr. J. Far rell) occupied the chair- — The minutea ot preriousjjmeetingtwere read and confirmed. *i«Brc» Mr. Farrell B»id that the only cosiness arising ont of the minutes had been dealt with. The Apzsc Memorial service had been held and was, from his point of view, successful. The committee did all in their power to cut ont sectarianism and were successful. The object of this meeting wae to consider a letter received from the Memorial Committee for the names of two delegates to attend the memorial commit* t.ie meeting to be held on the 27th Jane. They understood that Mr. A. EL Pearson and Mr. J, Farrell were appointed delegates and they woula like this confirmed. . Mr, Peurson' said that he woul^T not te able to attend the meeting en that date....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Central Racing Club. Annual Show Cornfed Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Barcaldine Central Rasing Club. Annual Show Cornfed Meeting. The attention ot horseowneis and others interested is particularly directed to the programme published . in this issue ot the B.C.R.C. Show meeting, to held on July 27tli und 28th. The n<i J«.i umn^y £450, and Dominations close for si) brents at 4 p.m. i ll Monday, July 17th, Weights tor first duyV racing will be declaied uj Thursday, July 20th. In previous publications of tbie pro gramme we regret a rnthor important typographical error has occurred in i 'i conditions regarding th» Svcoid Trial Handicap (on the ti'cona (lay) It was etnted incorw y thi.i this rtt.:» was " For nil hows tli it iiw .'o not won a ptii- »xceed ing XoO ut t:m - »t ooanuntion." It should liuv<< iKcn "K.x' ull horsei thut bave not won u prist - icueeding tLZ0 ut time ot Domination " Tho trior t'us now b»bn corrected, and wo ttUBt horsenwners in terested in tbis particular race have suffered no inconvenience by the i...

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

j Destruction of Winton Hospital. News reaohed aa too late for last issue that the beautiful Win ton hospital, which cost je6000 a couple of years tigo, was totally destroyed by fire on Friduy afternoon; Details to hand later stated tbat at about 2.30 on Friday afternoon an alarm was given that the Wiuton Hospital was on fire. Before the Fire Brigade arrived on tbe eo.ena effort* were made With backets and iv small hose to oombat the flames. The tire made its way above the ceiling and quickly spread throughout tbe main build* ing. The watcrmains only reaoh to the edge of tbe hospital reserve at .the top of Oondooroo-street, abont 300 yards (torn the building. After delay, sufficient lengths of hose were coupled to reach the fire, but all hopes to save the bnildioe were (utile, al though a good pressure was obtained and tbe Brigade worked strenuously. Atten tion was given to confining the fire and saving the nurses' quartets and isolating tbe hospital. ThiB was Buooessfully done afte...

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

The Passing of a Pioneer, We have been favored with a few further particulars regarding the death at Barcal' dine of Mrs. Phillip Boot, at the age of 81 yeare. Airs. Bant was born in Warwick shire County, England, and was between three and four years of age when she came ont to Australia with her parents, landing iu Sydney. She lived in different towns in New South Wales with her parents, who finally eettlnd down to farming life, work* ing a selection known as Greenhills Farm, from which place she married Phillip Bunt who was employed by her father, William, Wilson, on the 19lh March, 1861. Leaving the parental root Mr. and Mrs. Bunt went to Queensland, landing in Bockbampton in 1862 and went on to a station in the Dawson Valley, where they remained for eight years. In the great Dawson flood of 1875 the whole country was submerged, and the limits lust alt their possessions. Station life was relinquished, and the. Bunts joined the noble army of carriers, following the railway along r...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Newstead Ready to Erect Homes. Representative to Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 24 June 1922

Newstead Ready to Erect Homes. Representative to Visit. Messrs. Brown & Broad, Newatead Homes Ltd., Brisbane, advise that Mr. A. J. Steele, a practical man with extensive home building experience, will shortly visit Bar caldine. Mr. Steele will carry with him a large namber of plans and specifications of Newetead Ready-to-Erect Homes- The Neweteud Kaady-to-Ereat plan of home* bnilding- is entirely '(-modern idea which aimB to eliminate waste and cat down home-building coBts. Under this system the borne is brought on to the building site ready to erect. The frame is all cut, morticed and fitted, juat rouiy to put up— doors are ready to swing windows ready to hang. This part of the work is done in the mills by modern time-saving machinery, saving days of labor with a hand saw, jaok. plane, brace and bit, mallet and chisel. A New stead home, as a matter of fact, reaches the building site in snch an advanced stage of preparation that practically any handy man with the inclinatio...

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

thanks MI P. Bint and family r^J"? their sincere thanks 40 aL syJ&. friends for their messages of fcathy and .floral trtbute^ ^ tbelT bereavement by the Emma Bunt, attention during her Illness IN MEMORIAM.   Hite.—In loving memory ot our   Inserted by his loving son Charles and daughter-in-law and grand- daughter. IN MEMORIAM Bignell—In loving memory of Henry Bignell who departed this life at Leinster Private Hospital, Rock- hampton, June 18th, 1914. Oh for a touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is stilled Inserted by his loving wife M. Bignell.   IN MEMORIAM. Holland-my brother Charles, killed at Ulcanbar on June 25th, 1921, aged 19 years and six months. Inserted by brother Jack. IN MEMORIAM. Holland—In loving memory of our brother Charlie, killed at Ulcanbar on June 25th, 1921, aged 19 years and six months. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender fond and true. As years roll by dear Charlie We will always th...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

■»yw> uf ratigr MJW• [OCaOCCOMPARISON FAVORS OVERELLS.aOBO SALE COMMENCES 5th JULY A genuine Half Yearly Sacrifice. A Sale that may mean more to the shoppers of Brisbane than any othei Sale in Queensland. Every article in our store from a Packet of Pins even to a Suite of Furniture has been sensationally reduced in price and offered instead at a special SALE PRICE I; in many cases, however, we are sacrificing ©very penny of our profit even to a loss. SALE FINISHES 29th JULY Furthermore, we have just finished stocktaking, and as a result we have discovered many odd lines broken sizes, &c., these too, we have decided to "clear out" regardlesB of all cost. Out they must go ' Now all is left to you; and it won' take you many minutes to decide that OverellB* in«yn<Tm are «,e hftBt bargains in Brisbane. Here are a few of the many hundreds of bargains that are offering in every We advise ordering early. It will pay you. FLANNELETTE BARGAINS LADIES COTTON BLOOMERS In m...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

The AUSTRALIAN ESTATES t MORTGAGE CO. t« BRISBANE Wool Brokers Stock & Station Agent* Produce Salesmen jj PROMPT & EXPERT ATTENTION BOTH WAYS Beecham's Pills put you right and keep you right. As a means of relief from Attacks of indigestion and constipation and as a preventive against such attacks, they are equally valuable and reliable. If you are out-of-sorts as a result of stomach trouble or biliousness you will be speedily restored to health if you take a few doses of this famous medicine. And even when you are well, you can derive benefit from it An occasional dose.will keep your system free from impurities and strengthen your powers Of rcafetance to disease. In any case, you will be wise to keep ....... a box of Beecham's Pills always on hand. Beecham's Pills "Worth a Guinea a Box.*' ft ** £371 i —Handling the log frota the Um# K lew* the forest tllf ft reaches your ground of a Newetead Ready to Knot Home—! —Maine It paeaiMe for as tat quote you «priee'iwt Hrff...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW ARE YOU FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

HOW ABE YOU FEELING. Does your bead ache ? Are you constipated and fori dull, or depressed after eating ? You are suffering from indigestion, and arn paving the wav for more serious illness. Chamber lain's Tablets are just what you need. They will assist the digestion, regulate the bowels andfcive you new strength and vigour. Sold by Hugh Savage and Arthur Parnell & Hons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Barcaldine School of Arts. The usual monthly meeting of Baroaldine School of Art* was held jq the Beading Room on Wednesday evening, June 28tli, at which there wete presentMesara. R. H.Clarke (Preaident, in the chair). B. J. McOullough, P. Bourfce, P, C. Hobler, S. I Hoy, T. W. McKie, E. Park, J. Farrell, Ear. W. B. Hayes, and the Secretary (Mies | Caris James ) The minutes of previous meeting we re read and confirmed. The outward correspondence included n letter of thanks to Mra. E. O. Gilbert for books for library. 'I he uaual monthly list of pauiphlete ard books for sale was handed to the Book Committee. There were received notices in reference tc extra fire insurance premium and Workers' Compensation. The following accounts were passed for payment:—K. Park, periodicals and books, for quarter, £13 7s. 7d.; Messrs. Meacbam & Leylaud, repairs, JE1 18s 3d.; A. Parnell & Sons, material for new lights, 16b. Id.; Secretary's salary, quarter, £5; total, £21 le. lid. The ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IRISH TURMOIL PERIOUS FIGHTING IN DUBLIN. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

THE IRISH TURMOIL PERIOUS FIGHTING IN DUBLIN. London, Wednesday. Mr. Collins has issued an ultima tum to O'Connor giving him an hour to surrender O'Connell, whd wag Kid napped as a hostage, (The Provisional Government's mani festo declares that on Saturday last Dublin firms received demands in the name of the leader ot the irregular forces to pay certain moneys by Tues day. Forty-eight hours later the Go vernment received news of a raid by the same forces on a motor garage. They arrested the culprits aul then fcame the kidnaping of O'Connell. The manifesto concludes: "Nono but Irish forces, with the co-operation of citizens, are engaged in putting down the disorderly elements who are attempting to tyrannise the peo ple and defy their will." The attack by Provisional Govern ment troops on I.R.A. forces holding the Law Courts in Dublin opened at four In the morning. The firing awaken ed the populace, thousands risking the chance ot being struck by flying bullets having' to occupy vant...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Football Fixtures. Brigade Juniors Win. Wallaby Seniors Victorious. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Football Fixtures. -ow Brigade Juniors Win. Wallaby Seniors Victorious. A good crowd assembled at the Show grounds on Sunday last to witness the usual weekly Rugby League Cup fix tures. The juniors played the open ing ^game, the play being of a hard land rough nature. The scores at half time were even—three each. At full Hme the Brigade were victorious by bine to three- During the second half one Wallaby and one Brigade player jwere ordered off for alleged fighting. For the winners J. Holland and V. Mather scored and ,-D. O'^ullivan bcored for the losers. Mr. E. Vale handled the game to satisfaction. The seniors then took the field. J. Ivers captained tHe Brigade, and J. McQuaid the Wallabies. The first half was responsible for some fast and excellent play, and some nice passing rallies were opened. The Wallabies were more finished in this respect. At half-time the Wallabies led by 6 to 3. The second half was fast, and the tackling hard, the de fence of both teams being solid. The W...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. Berlin, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram Berlin, Thursday. Herr Rathenau's murderers been arrested.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football History. —No. 3— [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Football History. —oo»— —No. 3— During the 1892 season the ixttie hamlet of Ilfracombe entered the fray for intertown matches and on Satur day, July 23rd, a Lorigreach Second 16 Journeyed to Ilfracombe to play an Ilfracombe team. The Ilfracombe en tertainment committee had their work cut out in trying to give the visitors some enjoyment in such a lively city. However, they bundled them into all sorts of vehicles, excepting motor <jars, and landed them out at some station close at hand to witness the shearing then being proceeded with. We can imagine the remarks that would be passed should a Longreach team these days bo taken to McLaugh lin's scour to witness shearing operations. However, Ilfracombe did their best to .entertain their visitors under the circumstances. The game Was played during the same after noon ana Ilfracombe in their first in tertown match scored a victory by five to three. The game was of a hard nature. Hoare captained Ilfracombe. whose first rep. colo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine AND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

mm mm mm mm mm mm www.w HEAR the Lecture—"Millions Now living Will Never Die." Weather condition* have been against open-air pictures Ibis week, but on Satur day last there was a fair attendance at.the Glidcograph, the aerial being a great attrac tion, while tho star, •' Gfetes of Bra^s," fea turing Frank Keenan, was ata enthralling Story of a crook who fell. The Pathe , Gazettes and Reviews are great features J»r. Stibbards provides first-class picture, and does not rely upon extraneous aatiflt •nee for hie houses. The features for the week, commencing to-night, will be foutid elsewhere. , The Publio Curator, whose advertisement appears in this paper, makts up wills free M charge, when a tcxtator or testatrix desires to appoint him trustee «nd executor. It is noteworthy that be has special power* under this Act, which enable him to provide for the maintenance, education, and general op-bringing of infant benefioiaries ; legal advice and assiBtanoe 'are al*o given flee,' acd all mat...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

NEVER NEGLECT A COLD. v& cold should novpr bo treated lightly, ae it is always mor» or lew Eerioug. Many people" make the mistakf ol neglecting a cold until snmi! serious lu»<r trouble result^. If every cold received the ?.tu>ntion it should have rlie danger of this would be avoided. Every c >'d can he relieved by the use of Chamberlain's Couch Rfrwdy- A bottle or two of this re rr.erfy tftken wIkh cold is first contracted will promptly. relieve it, and not only sive doctors' hills but much suffering and atmoT ancp later on. Sold by Hugh Savage and Arthur Parnell & Sons. ' £4000 Purchase of T.A.T. (Australian Tailoring Go's) Insolvent Tailoring Stock. We have bought the whole of the whole of the woollen and tailoring stocks in the above estate at a very big discount for cash. This include^ the best all wool Australian and British Tweeds, Worsteds, and guaran-* teed Indigo Serges. The stock is a splendid one both in quality and selection, all goods; b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

JSL iu. BARCAcD! H;» !'4JV . 'S, jf t -i irt \j A v < fou uuiaa. Two 6-OyliQik'r Butcks ^ tit your dinpodui. Pbouu 78. —o— A«ont for Hownrd's "Tricuph" Mot< C>uli', " Rovor" Cynic! iiid fiiiio States Motor Tyre*, Ktc | ;g£ Barottldme Ag -nt tor— The oelebraied uUICK J A Kb FOR HIRE FOB Prompt Attention Bine up 'Phono .101. DAY OR NUiMT. CHARLEY M.A i HEWS, 1'roprietor, " Killuriifly Villa," tra tli Barcaldiae. " KEWiLWOtf/nV' Private Hospital, MAPUt Hiirt Acacia• amuiiTs, BaRGaLD.I\>£. —Outside Cases Attended,— For particular* una torm* apply to— Phone 61 RUBY GRKKN, A.T.NA The People's Gash 6tore I ASH-aTKiiEr (oppocito lilliuogriiph), For;jour order for .(■Itoouttie^ or PK«k|>(j«jl£ :EingiPHONB 33. £>. AC. 0UZN2T, Proprietor. J^ustralian ||utual provident SOCIETY. A. H. PEARSON, District Representative. Address—e/o W. L. Walker,J BAROALDINE. HABHV BUBGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALOINE,. Full range of materials In stock to select from. Your own mat...

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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 26th June, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Brisbane, 26tli June, 1922 Tlie price of gas has been reduced by -ki. per luuu feui, uuo geuurali^ commodities are becoming cheaper. There is a substantial fall in beef, and the State buicliers' shops are selling at us low a price as their competitors. There are no more of these shops for sale, nobody will buy them. It is cheaper to start in op , position. Influenza is again rampant, and, at the moment of writing, the Mayors of Brisbane and South Brisbane are both laid up in bed. Other great Bris uaneites are laid up. The weather has been variable, but so far little rain; has fallen, and any cold snap h.; ' been noted for its brevity. The committee, raising funds to perpetuate the memory of the late '• -I- K.\ii'i. the . v.; ■ ■ -n 1 i•■■■, s , again in evidence, owing to the ap proach of the anniversary of his sad en<l:—1st August. No very large sub sabsoriptio!!* have hem to date; £,riQ from Licensed Yi"tu:illc>is' Association tops the list, it is re ported thnt M'S....

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