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BOCKHAMPTON POLICE COURT. TWO FEMALE PLAINTIFFS. Rockhompton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

BOCKHAMPTON POLICE COUfcT. TWO FEMALE PLAINTIFFS. Rockhompton, Friday. The unusual spectacle of two ladies figuring as plaintiffs in the Magis trate's Court was seen yesterday'. In the first case Anna Minnie Blunke claimed £32/4/6 from the City Coun cil for damages caused by turning her ■water off and damages to pipe. It was alleged that plaintiff's stopcock was leaking on February 6th, that it was sttll leaking on February 23rd. the roadway being a bog, that slie re fused the notice from the Counc'l on February 24th, and on February 25th her , water was cut off. Anna vigor ously asserted her stopc^sk did not leak, that there was no bpi? and that her water was cut off through sheer spite. One Council witness was amusing. He went up to serve the notice on Anna who demanded his name. "I told her," said witness, "I am not paid to answer questions, and i would not." Eventually the Police Magistrate reserved bis decision In the other case Eliza Smith claim ed 17/ from Arthur Ewlng, being...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FEDERAL MATTERS MR. CHARLTON ATTACKS GOVERNMENT. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

FEDERAL MATTERS MR. CHARLTON ATTACKS GO VERNMENT. Melbourne, Friday. In the House of Representatives • yesterday, on the Introduction of a motion tor supply, Mr. Charlton at tacked the Government end moved that the Houste be condemned for Its callous administration, which had caused dislocation of industry, bad intensified unemployment, paid had created -widespread misery and dis tress. Mr* Rodgers denied there had been any- neglect of duty or laxity of administration. (A. LP. CONFERENCE ' Melbourne, Friday. After a debate lasting several dalys the A.JLi.P. Conference carried a motion in favor of the socialisation of Industries, also for the abolition of Industrial Arbitration Courts and the substitution of & system of Indus trial Councils consisting of an equal number of representatives . of em ployees and employers, and an im partial Chairman.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria VICTORIAN RACING THE GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Victoria VICTOBIAJf BACHfG I THE GRAND NATIONAL HURDLES The final acceptances for the Grand National Hurdles Race are—Fiscom, Bright Plume, Jolly Phast, Beltine, Colonel Knut, Poisel, Pistolier, Radha, Stalwart, Dead Centre, Well Off, Dun tulm, Gold Snow, Cunning Fox, and Berrinbe. 1

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BIG HAUL. SMART WORK BY DETECTTVES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

A BIG HAUL SMART WORK BY DETECTTVES. Sydney, Friday. Detectives yesterday conducted one of the biggest raids for yeras in Surry Hills, recovering about £2000 worth of goods. A bouse In Commonwealth street was surrounded and at a given word the detectives entered and ar rested two women. Valuable silk, tweeds, serges, women's hats, and other merchandise were found stored, everywhere in the place.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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DAIRYING MATTERS Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

DAIRYING MATTERS Rockhamptoa, Friday. Shareholders in the Cen-.ral | 'Queensland Dairy Co. met at Comet' yesterday, and considered a lengthy report from the directors. This te viewed the activities of the Company since its inception. It mentioned a loan of £5000 secured from the Go-i "Vernment, and referred to a confer- I «nce between its representatives end; those of the Rockhamptpn Co-Op- i erative Dairy Company with the Cen tral Queensland Company's repre- : 8entatives urging that the latter he made a purely, co-operative concern. The conference was a failure. It also mentioned a conference with Mount Larcom Company's represen tatives 'which will probably lead to an amalgamation of the two con cerns. So far a site has not been secured, there being a difficulty In getting the place the directors had In view. The report was adopted, and it was decided to again approach Mr. McCormack (Home Secretary) with the view 6f getting a site where the Reception House now stands. Seven directo...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Fridjay, 4 p.m. The Railway Department carried 8266 reople to Uie Show Grounds on the last two days of the Show, i'i revenue received being £73.' After backing and filling for the l&st three weeks Jupiter Pluvius had H bit of a run yesterday and last Bight. The r&infalli to 9 o'clock lost Hlght was 65 points. Reports indi cated that rain was falling in a num ber of places. It set in at Mack ay test night, which is not too good lor the carnival there. i A soccer team left here last night 1)0 play Mackay to-day anj a League team goes on Saturday night to play <m Sunday. As usual there was a growl at the personnel of the team Nationalist speakers 4rew a poor house in Mount Morgan last night, but got a good hearing. They sep brated here 011 their return and-went to Yeppoon and Emu Park. Colonel Fry is the best speaker of the tii^ea, iand is evidently a coming man. The weather continues gloomy and threatening, but so far no...

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

USE Little's Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. M It lHt| $mMl SmfrM* Mi Vermin ami thmir mem*. l*m <W HW im m B+aatifml CmiAVm. nntruu nuiotMu men ,MUfUI>M.MORT 1 G0.tTa,thOmnr. Mmnuif A CO.lTtun^M. N.00NKK, Oar Jobbing Department Is replete In every detail, end Is under the Per sonal supervision of one of the gore prietors. "Champion" Office. 1 a. "CLEVELAND I Heavy Waterproof Boot 27/6 &fe IN the realm of Boot Value, it would b*a feat to excel the "CI.BVBLAND." Its regular price registers to as high as 87/6. Purchased by us at a price very much in our favor—hence the clear cut saving of 8/- on the pair WRITE TO DBSK An "Embassy" Boot s Made from Dark Brown end ss Black ViBcolized Calf g— Skin, a leather retain- ~ ing all the natural oil, .as has double weight soles, genuine Si ,and is built SS on natural EE foot shape JS la st. AH SB sizes from £EE G to 11. == I PIKE BROTHERS I LIMITED BRISBANE TOWNSVILLE =1 C Ss ityuiuuiniuniiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiii

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COLD TEMPERATURES IN SOUTH Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

COLD TEMPERATURES IN SOUTH Mettxmrne. Friday. Bitterly cold weather prevails In various parts of Victoria and South Australia. Heavy talis of enow at* reported from many country towns.-;

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Wool Position Sound Continental Strength. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

, I I I Wool Position Sonnd Continental Strength. Meters. Winchcombe, Oarson Ltd., Bcii« bane, write nn'der date June 19thAny. hesitation which buyers may have felt in making wool purchases pending the- open ing ot London bhIob should be allayed by (he news to hand Th»dacline of 6 per cent in merino values and 5 per cent, in xbrtjda. placed the Home nutrkes on a parity with recent London figures. It it interesting, but an evident fact, to, note the effect of a few jreeks extreme talnes in the wool trade. Six weeks ago the present range of valneB for medium to good merinos wire considered satisfactory. A year ago, even the greatest optimist would not have found conrBge necessary to forecast theita. But so great is the fillip given to ideaB by specially buoyant condi tions, that even the most easily gratified person interested is not without some re gret at the decline. v The moBtf satisfactory a Ivice regarding London, ia the brisk competition reported on -Oontiaental account. Eventu...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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BRISBANE WOOL SALES Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

BRISBANE WOOL SALES Brisbane, Friday. The Queensland Primary Producers Agency offered a catalogue pf 8460 bales of wool on the 29th June. They found the market for the' bulk of wools firm at the rates ruling at the eale held a month previously. Super ■wools, however, showed a decline of fully 10 per cent. Their t»p price was 24Jd. for Mr. Robert Steven- J son's clip from Isisford; Orakiavo, from Capella, sold at 232d.; Shirley from Torrens Creek, 213d.;! Acacia Downs, Ararmac; Forest Park, Black all; Prairie, Capella; and Mount Wilkin, Clermont, 21Jd.; Gladesville, from Nonda, 21Jd.; Wyalla, Spring sore, 21d.; Leander, Longreach, 20ijd.; Pengarrit, Springsure; Wilford, Bogantungan, and Colaadi ' Park, Charleville, 20jd.: Tiree, TorrenB Creek, and Nunduberume, Starthorpe, 20Jd.; Hamilmore Park, 20d.; Wil loughby, 213d-; Hamlet Downs, 19gd.

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Barcaldine Soldiers Memorial. Enthusiastic Meeting of Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Barcaldine Soldiers Memorial. —ouo— Enthusiastic Meeting of Delegates. The meeting of delegates chosen by I public bodies to consider the form the proposed Soldiers' Memorial aff Barcaldine should take and submit three or four forms of memorial to a subsequent meeting for approval -was held in the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening, June 27tli, at which the Chairman of the Shire (Cr. R. a. Parnell) presided, Mr- C. H- Fysjk Shire Clerk, being secretary to the committee. The delegates present were; Ladies Committee, Mesdames T W. McKie and W. D- Colman: Shire Council, Crs. Tom Hannay, A. A Dyer; Returned Soldiers League, Messrs. J. Farrell, R. Whyte; Royal Society St. George, President H. R Chivers; Oddfellows, Messrs. C- J. James, V. C. Peel; Foresters Messrs. C. Lloyd-Jones, A. Scott; Hibernians, Messrs. W- McBrfde, H. Symonds; Caledonian Association Mr. S. Hoy; Masonic bodies—Messrs. R. J. McCullough, J. Meacham Mr. F. W. Allen, monumental mason, Rockhampton, was present by special inv...

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THE LANDS DEPARTMENT. MORE "DEFLATION"! Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

THE LANDS DEPARTMENT. MORE "DEFLATION"! Brisbane, Friday. Quite an unpleasant sensation was created at the head office of the Lands Department yesterday when it was learned that the Executive Council had given approval to a num ber of the CommisBioner'8 recom mendations, which Include a compre hensive scheme of re-organisation and embrace reductions in salaries, largely in respect to heads of branches. It is also believed that a number of temporary hands will be dispensed with. I Brisbane, Friday, 5 p.m. In Accordance with the decision of the Cabinet that, officers when over 65 years of ago shall be retired from j the Public Service it hns now been directed that Mr. A. S. Kennedy, Under-Secretary Education, shall re tire as from December 31st. Mr. ; Kennedy attains 65 on November 30fch next. *He entered the teaching I service in 1870. Details of the re-organisation and retrenchment scheme nffecting the bead office of the Lands Department were made available to day. The nnmber of sep...

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

If Not. Why Not! ARE YOU A REGULAR READER OF SHtt dffwmpian, (20 pages folio, with cover) BARCALDINE, Q.C.R. Are You Keeping Abreast of the Times? ''The Western Champion," the Cantral.Wesfs weekly paper, will keep you informed of the world's happenings. It gives yon ALL the news while It Is new! The cable services published regularly in " The Western Champion" pat you in touch with all the important happenings. The pastoral, and livestock reports keep yoa in touch with the local markets. Special Rockhampton telegram service. No matter what the " Man of Affairs" waots to know, he finds intelligent information in." The Western Champion." And Local and District news; all these things so vitally important to all are found in the columns of the " Champion." The " Champion" is an unexcelled and influen tial advertising medium. EVtfRY SATURDAY 6 A.M. Your Newsagent can supply yon, or obtain direct from the Office, Box 37, Ash-street, Barcaldine. Support Your Localanj )iitr!ci ?i per. CAMPB...

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Barcaldine Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

Barcaldine Presbyterian Church. ■■ oQo The Presbyterian Sunday School annual presentation of prizes was] held on Tuesday e.vening, last, June 27th, Mr. R. Hj Clarke in the chair. Apologies were received from Messrs. R. J. McCullough and J. Farrell. After singing ana prayer, the Chairman made a few remarks In which he expressed his pleasure in doing any little thing for the Sunday School, for he felt that thej work was the most important in thei Church. He then called upon the Pastor, Rev, W. B- Hayes, who stated that he was glad to be able to report good progress in the school financially and in attend ance. When be took charge nearly, twelve months ago for some con siderable time the number of child ren that attended were six and he hod great pleasure in stating that now they had a roll of 53 scholars, and the promise of more to come. He was sorry that owing to the lack of teachers he had practically to make the school a childrens church. He did feel that there was a lack of sympat...

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Fire in Brisbane. £25,000 Damage. LARGE SAWMELLING WORKS DESTROYED Brisbane, Friday, 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

I Fire in Brisbane. i » £25,000 Damage. I4RGE SAWMELLING W0BK8 DESTBOTED Brisbane, Friday, 5 p.m. In drizzling rain between 12 p.Bl and 1 a.m. this morning a fire broke out iu the wheelwright and saw milling works of Charles Morris & Son at Rosalie, and by daybreak the greater part of the machinery and large stock of timber were destroyed. The value is about £25,000. It is be lieved the insurance amounts to only about £20,000. An employee looked over the works at 11.30 am., when everything ap peared all right, but an hour later( Mr. and Mrs. ^Morris, senior,' who live adjacent to the works, were awakened by a stranger who informed them of the fire and urged on them the necessity of leaving their house, which stood in dangerous pro ximity to the outbreak. Three brigades were promptly on the scene, but the fire had a good hold and the fight proved a> strenuous one. In little over an hour the con flagration was in hand, but the greater part of the works had been destroyed. A...

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The Glideograph. "Star" Attractions. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 July 1922

ine iviiaeograpn. "Star" Attractions. To-Nlght (Saturday, July 1st).—Charles Bay will appear in the great college foot* ball t-tory " Two Minutes to Go!" This is one of Ray'e finest piaturea. We published a syoopsii 111 last iaene. There is a fine supporting programme. Tuesday, July 4th.—" The Silver Car," which will be the attraction At the Glideo iiraph on Tnesday in a meln.drama with an international atiuosphure carrying several surprising twists amid much rapid action* It is a visualisation of Wyndham Martyn'e novel." The Secret of the Silver Car," and offers Earle Williama a splendid role in which he can display his versatility. Fart of the action of " The Silver Oar," takes place in Croatia, a former so-called King* dom of Europe, dependent upon Hungary and once part of the Austrian Empire. It is nestled in the Alps and noted (or its scenic beauty. It consisted originally of Slavonia, the Croatian Littoral and . the town and territory of Fiume on the Adria- , tie. The story of...

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

WITHERSFIELD * MILL vWVWWWWVWW Ouirat Uui.nai classes of rough and' dressed hard wood supplied at lovreM rates. Address all correspondence Manager, WIT HE RSFEELD SAW MILLING CXI BEST FOR CHILDREN AND GROWN FOLK, TOO. Urn. Women and Children all over the coun try ubp and know the worth of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Areyouoneoftbem? If not, don't delay, but buy a bottle at once, and b« ready to pouttce on to the first cold that mak <■ its appearance. Don't forget Dr. Sbeldon'* New Discovery ie the ever-ready friend tb't ebould be in every household to protect you from all coughs and colds. Obtainable eveij - where. WARTS SALE I5 per cent. Discount SALE is now Proceeding, Do not hesitate to take advantage of tills Splendid Saving Opportunity. Ladles' Wool and Cotton Golfers, with V neck, striped collar and cuffs, at. belt at waist, in ••ii.-des of inarone with putty stripes, and sana with green stripes. Women's size only. PRICE, 27/6, less 16 per 'cent, 23/6 Ladies' All W...

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

—THE— later Misericordie Private Hospital Ths Mansion : The Range bo6kh*mptoh. First-class nursing and aooommodation. Any f the looal dootors attend. For particulars apply to Matron Sister in charge. F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Commission and Forwarding Agents. Horse 8ales a Speciality. Splendid paddocks closo to town free to any ■feoneB sent for bom fde sale. LONGBBACH. Agents for— the New Zealand Fire and Marine lo»ur. aaoe Ownpany. 0. Q, Pwtor&l Employers Awooiation. fcc,, «c., Sec. WIHBIT ■ Medcrafs Ltd., ROCKHAMPTON. Matmfactnrert' of the Famous ROSE BRAND Biscuits and Confectionery Central Queenslanders! Support Your Own Industries.. SAWU TIMBER HYNE & SON, BolBover-atreet. relloes. Spokes, and Wheelwright* Material kept in stock Luge Stooks BEST Haiyl)0F0iigli Fine and H&rdwooa, fioaffh and dressed, of all descriptions. Orders promptly and carefully attended to A M. > ARMSTRONG, M utiauer Rrokhampton Branoh Thos. Capstick, lan...

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

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

BENNETT'S fbfh PERCENT. AA /II Discount Sale /II tw NOW ON. LU SPECIALS from our Manchester Department. Tapestry Table Covers: Ubii.iI > :'ice Sab' 53s 6d 43s 52s 42s 46s 61 38s 6d 27s 6d 22s 61 25s 6d 20s P. S. F. Quilts : Three-quarter Bed suai i rice Sale i tire 45s 32s 6.1 40s '25s 32s 6<1 , 21s Doable Bed 57s 45s 42s 34s White Damask: ''sua! Price Sale Price ' 58:n 6< lid 3s 9<1 . 56in 7s 3-1 4s 3d Cream 58in 7s 3d 4s 3d 56in 6s lid 3s 9d Discount will not be allowed on Goods affected fey the Prices Commissioner. E. & J. BENNETT, (Late James Stewart & c.o) Drapery and Boot Emporium, — BA.RCAUDINE — rr vr tv «r

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