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Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Longreach Items. —oOn— The usual weekly meeting of the { Rugby League Executive was held on j Tuesday evening, Mr. A. Maliouej presided. It was resolved that the return match with Barealdine bs played on the 16th July, ana that with Blackall on the 30th July J (weather /permitting). The referee for the A Grade match (G. Glasson) i on the 25th inst. reported Blues de tested All Blacks 13 points to 3. He noticed a marked improvement in the play. S- Byrne (B Grade re fer ee) reported All Blacks won 6 to 3 ; and H. Gallway (juniors) said All Blacks won 3 to nil. Accounts amounting to £31/11/11 were passed for payment. Gate takings for the 26th inst. totalled £11/6/9. The officials for the next date were appointed and the meeting term inated. At the Police Court, before Messrs M. D. Grealy and B. Bertho, JJ.P., John Francis McGuire, David Foley and Norman Penbroke, charged with drunkenness, forfeited their bBil money. Kenneth Brophy, on a similar charge, was fined 6/- or 24 hours in the ...

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

S WjSDMBu ££LL$ I ^'frsfrfrfr:^ <& >%<%<>%<>*>%<•%<& Dickson—Doran. A very pleasant wedding took place at The Lake, near- Arsmac, on May 17th, between Minnie Maria Luna Doran, second daughter of Mrs. Doran, of Swanlea. and Bernard Charles Dickson, only eon of Mr. and Mra. B. Dickson, of The Lake, The ceremony was performed at The Lake by the Bov. J. W. ji. Mackenzie. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. John Doran. The bride looked pretty in a gown of white satin, prettily beaded, and an over-dress of silk lace, the train ybeing very prettily ehured, and u small 6pray of roses. The dress waB made by the bride's mother. The-. bride wore a wreath of orange .bloasome nd veil of silk tulle. She also carried ja beau tiful bouquet of roses and asparagus fern. The bridesmaids were Miss Lottie Doran (pieter of the bride) who wore a pretty frock of aprioot crepe-de-chene, and Miss Gladys Fur...

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

Victoria Hospital t T~ W. DANAHZR. Registered Q.T.C. and A... Bfember of TatteWll's Club, Brisbane NOW OPJiilATIKO Starting prlco all local and Bqath orn events NO LIMIT. ijflici' i C A<\ nfw.— W DAKAin-R, lili^SKANK. For Sale. Prince lEraxes. Bay Hnrse, aped 10 yearn. SIRE—By Emixcr Ernxes by Little Hoinie out of Tilt; Nun. T!;e Nuu by Kclpif. DAH- • Pi itice Ernxes liis dntu Lil liau by Goldhb;)rougli from Moroqus fay Mov»horpc (imp) ftom Montana by Yutcudou. Particular apply— P. COMISKEY, 7 0 Wiiherniield, Q.C.R. Typewriters ' I'hi- smith Premier .•.mplcle Ktybourd, In icrchaniteable Carrlaiic Kcmevahle Platen. The Silent L. 0. Smith Keduce» none h <0% U*U bearing tfptbiri, Ball bearing shift kev. cte. S*COIlU<tliiflijMaclttitr« of allaiakeclrnm 4q/. Monthly list pout (r>* Corona Portable We 1R h s 64 IHp Compact Ile'sible Sim.) £1 «ur -RAUIAN TYPEWRITER SpPPtif? Cr. ®I>M Outin Stuekt. Bui*"""" Diamond Engagement Rings , »UY DIAMOND Rimbaud ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Jack and the Beanstalk" Pantomime Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

^ Jack and the Beanstalk" Pantomime Gonpany. The play-going public of Batcaldino will be pleased to hear that.thi> O'Don nell and Ray Pantomime Company thnt caused bo much excitement in Rockbampton during the Curpival season is to pay a vitiit to the Shire rial I on Woduesday uijiht next, when they will produce their evergreon "Jack and the Beanstalk." Tho Company will stugo it for mu» nieli., as they will he sbcwiug at Aramac on Tunrsday and Friday and will retnni to Barcaldine on Saturday nud present their wonder Bhow of 1922—" A night in Pekin." Any patrons who hbw 'hese productions ut Tliti Strand ia Rockhftinpton will see theai staged in the same way in Barcaldine. All the Rnmo artiste will appear. TlieO'Don nell and Ray Company is not new to Barcaldino, for they paid a visit here last year and staged " Mothir Goose.' The box plan i'b open at Park's, whero seats may be booked without extra eharge. Price.. nre-«—5p„ '^h , 2s., pins tax. On Tuesday, July 4tb, "•Tacit ind the B...

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

-THE MYSTERY CAI Wonderful springing. Lo^-ast possible up-&eep. ^'co£xittieai ia petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Holds the road a* ^e!I or better than a big car. Good if sand, mtd, and on the hills Unili to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED, You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride! >» it* WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service *OMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODY INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT Our? WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Sentra! West Quannsland

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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REXONA GIVES SKIN HEALTH AND COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

BEXONA GIVES SKIN BEALTH AND COMFORT. Wo all want our children to be healthy, happy, and attractive. This is only natural, but do we always realise how much the stria and hair affect the cerieral health P Come, mothers, and own up that ynu often forget this, and wonder why your child has a Bickly, pimply skin, perhaps eren lias terrible eczema, or ringworm on the face or head, or anv of thn many shin diseases children aro so liable to ?et. especially wlieft going to school. Hut this in all unnecessary r all that is needed to keen :hildren'e skin and hair soft and lovely and in perfect condition is to apply Kexona, that ana leptic, Bapid Oealinc; Ointment, at tho first ign of irritation, then batko with warm water ind Rezona, the pure Medicated Soap, Repeat ;his treatment a few times and you will be de ishted with tbo result. Obtainable every where.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Returned Soliders and Preference. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

One' of the questions that will oome before tbe people at the approaching Federal election *ill be Australia's attitude towards the returned soldiers. The Hughes Government has deolared unhesitatingly for a continuance of preference; tbe Socialistic Part), through its leader, announces that it is liot in favor of preference as carried oat by tbe 'National Government,. Since the return of the soldiers nearly £113,000,000 has been spent on their repatriation. Arising oat of tbe war the indebtedness of the country is about £60 per heBd of population, but, as the Prime Minister stated in the course of a speeoh in South Australia: " What is that compared with what every person would have been pre pared to pay to be freed—as we have been—from the horrors that were saffored by European countries?" The National Government realises that its obligations to the returned men are sacred and mast bo met, and large earns are still being spent to meet these claims. Tbe HugheB Go fonnd under > I ...

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

For Ghronio Chert Complatnta. Woods' Great Peppermint Core.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Longreach and District. LONGER[?] [?] OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

LoROfeach and District, uo»aiut'..-iaH 1>ha(jh nmob A very acceptable change in the weather occurred last night, when steady rain set in, and at time of writing (Thursday morning) looks very like continuing. Conditions pre vious to the fall were muggy and un seasonable for the time of the year I cannot at present say how far the rain extended or give the records ot the falls. These will be known later. The principle stock movements since the beginning of the month have consisted of cattle, some of the stock routes in the direction of Muttaburra having been opened, the tick pest having abated. The movements fol-j low.—350 bullocks from Strathdarr' to Gladstone; 200 bullocks and cows from Belmore to Brisbane, P. Rodgers owner; 3600 wethers from Tocal to Brisbane, H. Greenwood owner; 400 rams from Longrsach to Corona, A. A- Co. owners, C. Pope In charge; 100 rams from Longreach to Cross more, Murray Estate owners, G. Stewart in charge; 1600 wethers from Strathmore to NeWmarket, In g...

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

MOTlCiu. £100 Reward. £100 reward will be paid by the aa Iflarslgned to anybody IW PRIVATE information, or otnertMB Of any person, or person* atMUBt sheep, cattle or horses from CIAJVMiSi tttt.t.s paddocks. P. CUBBT. Barcaldlae, September 20tb, 1921. H SYMONDS, Bo* 19 Phone 18 Opposite Railway Goods 5hed, BASGALDINE. MEN'S MERGER, Tobacconist, Fancy Goods Dealer, &c. AORTMENTS of Bfoteon, Borsalino and AustmlUn HATS, and A line, of MEN'S CLOTHING. OOT3, &c, at Beasonablo Prices Agent for Golden Casket Silent L 0. Smith Typewriters ehi-oriua Corona Portable Typewriter — HOBART EVERY WEEK — Latest information on Sporting EventB Larpe assortment of L & Go's and B<irlini{'a ipsa It is a well-known fact to all those who live in the Australian Bush, that the much sought after oil from the Iguana is t|ie most penetrating oil known, and is freely used in cases of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Paralysis-, Skin Diseases, &c. A pat ented process of f...

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

W. DANAHER, Hegifitured A. J.C. nod Q.T.C. Member ot Tatterall'a Olnb, Brisbane NOW OPKRA.TING Donbles.— Epsom and Metropolitan H'caps. Caulfield and Melbourne CnpB. •* Also Quadruple— ABOVE FOUS EVENTS 10,000 to 2. Clients are particularly reQuested when sending tor quadruple to ask Cor pecond choice. Lowest Commis sion £1. CEABT BEST ON APPLICATION. Sufficient Address— W. DANAHEB, BRIBBAHB. international Bible Students' Association. Under the auspices ot the aborft Society a 6 BE AT XECTUBE VU1 be given fn the Shire Hall on THUBSDAY, 6th JVLT Subject: " Millions Now Living Will Nwir Dli." Weaker; Mr. R. A- KJMtamanth, ot Melbourne. I * <■ 19tb )«Min kM twn gtrmt K B.A, iMtim Is CbUfP-tbr*» flUtavat UagaaeiB. fA<JTit Oil TMMJU MM hats run 10 cousonoi John K Caddsq HL.1L Peterson >otur Public. Notary Public. feteb30$ tJolio'.u)!-. ctod ivotBrj&u, L OJS ii ki JbA VJi - Vnd I.O.A., fUulchuge, Queen^tnet. i)KldBA!Nl£ s. s. church, mm & church L ...

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STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday [?] 30th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Ghiupion Office. Friday ' ne 30th. "Mrs. Partington would ear the weather was an "enema". Although olouds come and go in a most tantalising manner, tbe good down pour we are boping for still stands aloof, but we are still believing' that Jjtty may turn dp trumps. Last June we had $.32in., and the greater portion of this fell towards tbe closo of the month. Monday was quite asumraer'a day, or at least Iiko March; the faax. was 82 d«gs., while the min. averaged about 6fytegs. all week., Following a olondy day (point 8). it1 banked up more Tjeavlly at night, and-'at 2'30 ,«.m. we bad a sharp storm from tbe S.EnV 'which continued 20 minutes. Thp sun rose in * bank of ruby-red cloud, whiebwas protnis 1ng for more rain. Tbe official register at S a.m. Tuesday was 36 points, but Several local eauges raado up to 45 points. Light .rain fell round us but only sufficient to lay the j dust. The official rainfall for Jpoe was thus I 63 points, this falling on three days, and mak iog 14.9Bin. for...

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

0. M NICOLSON, Auctioneer, ' Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 P.O. Box 27 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inauirieb. Gar available for inspection purposos. XiRnd Matters u,Speciality. Land Courts Attended. Application** Lodged. Agent for Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Sheep Dip and Fly Dcstrnotor Buzacotts'. Ltd., Brisbane Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &c. Oar Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroaghly ap-to ute, clients can rely on an Efficient and Expert Service - Telephone: Day, 12-; Night, 21. PA. .Box 12 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTT YEARS has provided tbo opportunity for Central Queensland Boys , To enter the aristocracy of lntelleot, to secure pre-eminence in Sport, and to attain a high level of Character. < Finest Laboratories for the practical teaohing of all branohes...

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THE ESTERN CHAMPION Vita[?] literis mors est. BARCALDINE, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922. Reduced Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

■ss H £v mnOiAMPiQN Vit&atne Uteris mors est. BABCALDBti^^ Bedncad. Taxation. y ■ OQD' *r CaptainBruce, Federal Treasurer—a big man with a big fatare—is alleged to be considering the redoetiox} of taxa tion, and- tho Federal Cabinet'is be* lieved to be ready, to'take it in band for Immediate consideration, the ques-: tion o£ the &ngar Agreement and the amendment of the Federal Oonstitu? tion,. These are very important sbb. jecte indeed. The fato of the Sugar . Agreement, and, with it, the fate of our-sngar industry, has an importance, all its own, to us here in Queensland^: andij of oourae, we thall all be more or less affected by any alteration of the Commonwealth Constitution,. Many persons in the other five Australian States do not care a half-peony worth abont the sugar industry; thousands i of electors do not care a two-penny stamp whether the Constitution is amended or not; but all the taxpayers of Australia are mightily concerned in the question of taxation. C...

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

For Influenza Colds, take Woods' Great Peppermint Can, TALII Championship of Australia. d SYDNEY ROYAL SHOW 1922 A YEAR'S SUCCESSES, 1921-22. SIDNEY, WINE SHOW, 1922— ^ implonship of Australia for Port, .-at Prist. «.> Port. <st prize tor Export Burgundg. *'irat Prize for Hock. First Prize for Pull Bodied Dry Red. (18 Entries—17 Prizes). In all: 'Championship, 4 Firsts, % 8 Seconds, 5 Thirds. MELBOURNE WINE SHOW, 1®22— First for Bed Wine, Pall Bodied. First for Red Wine, Sweet (Port). First for White Wine, Sweet. First for Red Wine, Port Type. First for Red Wine, Sweet (Port). (In all: 5 Firsts, 3 Seconds, and 1 Third). i'; .u. ADELAIDE WINE SHOWj 1922— First for Full Bodied Dry Wine. First for Full Bodied Fruity (Port). First for Sherry. First for Port (Light Colored). First for Port (Dark). (In all: 5 Firsts, 7 Seconds, and 1 Third). WALTER REID & CO LTD. AGENTS. ROCKHAAIIPTON. tUioiali—Jauuary. 4.0* in.,. tv'-ru-iiy. 8 .>9 in.; March. 1.02 in. April ml. M...

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Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club. Fourth Annual Meeting. Good Nominations—Good Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club. Fourth Annual Meeting. Good Nominations—Good Racing. The fourth annual meeting of the Mutta burra Amitotic Turf Club commenced with rathfer cool weather on the 16th inst., but it brightened up considerably by the second day. The attendance was good both days. There were good fields, and eome very exciting and close finishes, which spoke well for the handicapping carried out by Sir. Alex. Cameron. The moBt successful rider for the meet ingwae Mr. L. Vere Sea to a, of " Crusoe". There were 83 horses and 273 nominations received for the meeting. The results were as follows: — Maiden Plate.—Bed Cloak 1, Allinad 2. PrinoeHobo3. 13 others. Time, 1.7.2-5. Diva., 18s 9d, 7s. First Hack Raoe.—1st Division.—Glen bar 1. Noondoo 2, Billia 3. Six others. Time, 62. 3-5. Divs., 14s 6d, 5s 9d. 2nd Division.—Pearl 1, Spec 2, Saracen 8. Four others., Time,. 62.1-6. Diva., Ils6d, lis Muttaburra Bracelet.—Lady Monitress 1, Nodding 2, Viscidity 3, Six others. Time, 1.37 1-5...

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

CTOTXG3E5. S. A, StJTTON, Sam Maker, Task Sinker, Kto. Eto. X E8TIMA.TE8 riven lor Overshot Damn titid By.wafheH. Elevated Kurth Tanhw bnilt <o nerve the purpose of frilvaniiwi iron' tou<.« From iO.OOO to ! 00 000 galloon Repair worii dotiu. Addnna: I LO^;«BKA€5! Dependability From the first to the last dip of the brush, Roger's* paint gives complete satisfaction. This excellent ready: mixed paint is made from the purest White Lead, Zinc Oxide and Linseed Oil. diaaata Machine Made Paint * has a smoothness and elasticity not found in hand-mixed paints, be cause it is more finely crushed by heavy mach ines. , When dry, Rogers' paint leaves a solid-wear ing, climate-proof surface that defies deterioration. Obtainable from t Meacham & Leyland THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. CBEnSOXt M—o* ©« ara built to 0lv« every day mtvIm at tow aqpenaa. More than 800,000 CHEV ROLET awnara la all pir(> if the world teatlfy that tfik aar aiiila Mm <!■»&...

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

e—■isgaggs Special Notice Golumn. Do you want ttijytliiQK P Have you anything iu nell F Hiwe yon lout or fuund Homathiug i Mi-' tiiiK". Vc, Advertisements in this ooluuin at special ntee for CASH strictly in advance. It' booked ordinary _casuAl advertising nilo will be charged. Maximum number «i words under prepaid scale, <18. Ono Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 ■vary additional eight . words... 1/- 1/3 1/6 F, t. Mcdonald. saooier &na Hor fcees Maker, Oak-str«et. Barcaldine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 121 HAND-MAKE fruit and flowers; hat and belt sprays. Apply—Miss PLUMB, Fir-street, Barcaldine. 9-2 MEETING Of Mcmim cf Caledonian Association I'HIU (SATURDAY) EVENINti, at Hotel 8hnke?peare, ut tt p.m —8. HOT, Hon. See ARAMujJNX FiUiUlitii — VVKLi ivE8D.i.Y Nf.xr, uih July, Ivuetit Uttrea diur Kite Brigade MUURAUIT 11QN£¥-— Guaranteed Pure- 7lb. tin*, 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-* Larger quantities U required- C- Lloyd-Jones, Agent GOVERNESS, exp...

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Aramac Jockey Club. Successful Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Aramac Jockey Club. Successful Annual Meeting. f ^ Considering everything, there was at very fair attendance at the racecourse last Tuesday ana Wednesday. The fields -were not quite up to usual standard, but some of the racing was very good. Some of the finishes wera very close. £400 passed through the tote. Messrs. Riley and McPhail acted is judges, and Mr-R. Curtis, as starter, got his fields away well. The results were:— Maiden Plate, Efurs.—Westlakei (10/0) 1, Golden Runner (10/0) 2, Master Piper (10/0) 3. Eight starters. Time, 1.5 4/5. Divs., £1/3/6 and 7/6 Won easily. Scotstoun Handicap, 6 furlongs.—« Brookwood (11/7) 1, Boxon (10/12) 2. Only the two started. 1.6 1/6. Div., 7/. Powella H'cap, 4furs.—Ten Drops (10/10) 1, Bardoura (10/10) 2, War1 (10/0) 3. Six starters. 62 4/6- Divs , 11/9 and 2/9. First Bangle, 6fursi.—Peter S (10/4) 1, Miss Aurate (10/0) 2, Sir Capstin (10/7) 3. Six starters. 1.20 DIvs., 14/6 and £1/12/6. Won easily. Wilton Handicap, 6furs.—Barber (11/0) 1, Ru...

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

Bay Dependable, DUea*e-Free Trees Irak the PETERSEN Nurseries, tad GROW GOOD FRUIT Petersen's Fruit Tree* are well rooted* were frown clean end free from die* esse. They ere Creek that give yon deSnlte "Vortb While*' 'Remit* In heavy crop* of lu*ciou* (rvltf, We are booking orders for the following vari* etiea, which are available for planting: Citrus Mandarine, Oranges, Crape Frail* Lemon*, 2/6 each, 30/* n dosen* £12 per 100. Stone Fruit Pesche*, Plum*, Figs, Apples* Apricot*, Nectarine*, Pear*. Lo< quats, Vangoefl. 2/- each, 20/- dosen*., Persifntnons, 2/6 each, 24/- dosen* Cuitard Apple*, 3/6 each* Grape Vines A large variety of Rooted Plante avail* able at- 1/- each, or 10/* a doten. Country Order* are eperially selected and carefully packed. Carriage extra. Order now for new aeason planting* Write for catalogue H. A. Petersen Limited Seedsmen and Nurseryman* 857*9 George Street, Brisbane The Week-end Run! A 100 tnlia run in an up-to-date 6tde-car outfit is nothing t...

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