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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

FORJ>ALE. JpRUIT and Mixed Farm, 3 miles from Yeppoon. Magnificently situated overlooking bay and islands. 76 acres with substantial dwelling, barn, Ac All implements including engine, chaff-cutter, corn-sheller, plows, har rows, cart, dray, harness, 4 horses, I milch cows and sundry tools. Netted cultivation, Bananas, Pines, Citrus Trees, Papaws, Passions. Cot ton (ready to pick), Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, &c A gelng1 concern bringing- fn a steady return- * . Full particulars on application. H. BULL, Yeppoon Mr. J. B. LOCK, Optonietrist, will visit Blackall, Feb- 25th to March 4th. TatterBall's Hotel. Jericho, March 6th and 7th Queen's Hotel. Barcaldine, March 9th to 16th, Hotel Shakespeare. Aramac, March 17th to 19th, Royal Hotel. Longreach, March 21st to 29th, Im perial Hotel. FOB RAINY DAYS. Rheumatism, stiff nock, or tbe pains that follow wetting or oxpoiure, cull far Dr. Shel don's Magnetic Linimpnt It relipvps pain a . if by tnaeic. Try for yourself and prove its v...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Jericho Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Jericho Shire, Council. A genet's! meeting of the Jericho Shire Council was held on Wednesday, 16th February, at -ybioh there were present Councillors E. J. Preeland (Chairman), L. 8 Cooper, J. Finley. W. Daniels, J. Hut ton. J. Bloxsom, F. Langeton, W. Mclver, C. Knickbl, W. Grambauer. The minuteB were taken rb readi A-letter was received from Mr. B. Hart ley, re reduction of present Local Autho rities award.-It was resolved that a letter be forwarded him that the Jericho Shire Council we're in favor of an application for a reduction being made. It woe decided that a letter be Bent to the Acting-Sergeant of Police, Jericho, pointing oat that a prickly pear bush, about four feet high and bearing fruit, was grow ing in the police paddock. It was resolved that all legal proceed* ingB of the Conncil be taken through the Council's solicitor. It was decided that a letter be vent to the Bailway Department asking them to put a flame pipe through the red bank built on the river Jordan, ae t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Meteorological Data February—March, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Meteorological Data February-March, 1922. In carefully compiling the official data at our disposal it is found that February Just closed haB been a most interesting month, as the four weeks are really distinctive in their charac ter. 'To take the first week, the average temperature -was 83.6degs. max. and 70.0degs. mln. Several dayB as a result of the heavy rain of 8.38in. which fell during the first three, days of the week-6.60 in. re corded at 9 a.m. on the 1st, but Which fell on 31st Jan., 1.68in. on the-2nd and 20. points on the 3rd. Towards the end of the. week the ttipt. reached 90.4degs., but only once did the min. reach 76.4degs. There were fine cloudy days, four of Which were three tens (entirely covered) and one nine. This was an. unusual condition, even for Feb ruary, and of course was attribut able- to the monsoonal depression. The wind was S.E. and E- Then In the second week -although it was cloudy on four days, certainly light, flie wind kept in a southerly quarter unt...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

typewriters ' / /«.? finuth Premier 'iimrlete Keyboard. Ir oicliyiqeable Carrinc Ni-rnovjhle Platen. 7 /ii' silent L. C. Smith Keduees noiM by 80% lull hearing tjrpcbara, H i I iicarinflshfftkev.eto. > ? . S*cond'bandMachlnea a.wtKwai Corona Portable Weigh* 6t Um, Comp&ot Releaole Ffm £17 IT Ca«yjVitfc Orrt AUSTRALIAN nw-m . a»» oujwm (nun. mtu***"* * Aatoserew Dr!ipp9rs nre mode nf sto'nt mild steel two and three-quarter indies wide doubled twice to a twin V shape. Practically uobendrtble and indestructible. Aatoserew Droppers have no ties, dips, or wedges. No stock can shift them. Easily put on by hand. KutOSCrew Droppers are supplied to suit any ffenee. Tell us the number o£ wires, their guages, spacingB desired. We do the vest. Prices-The standard five wire dropper-spaced 5,5,6,8 indies is 40s. a hundred. Other lengths a. proportionate prices irrespective of nnmber of wiceBt "There's economy in baying tbe best.'1 steel Posts-Five feet long pointed to dnvo jnt® the gro...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

THE MYSTERY CAR, Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT Tn vmi ... PARTS STOCKED. We give service .OMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODY INSPECTION NOW ON vPew AT OUR WORK* LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

GENERAL Gatherihgj It is a very serious offence to seli /? ,jute eat privately while the present Official arrangements are in force. ?Henry Janetski, a grain mjerchantj [Melbourne, was fined £200 for selling [Wheat to a person other than the Minister, or an agent appointed toy Urn. A stay of proceedings was igranted. > r Maryborough is making a big fiplash in an endeavor to be up to date. The city council has advised that the Treasurer has approved iof a further loan of £16,000 in con nection with the electric light Scheme. This makes a total of £40, ©00 received for this purpose to Sate. I It Is reported that the value of tattle slaughtered in England up to ' last week-end in order to' prevent the spread of foot and mouth disease Is £430,000- If the value is anything like what is prevailing in Australia at {present the number of head must be (considerable. 14 butcher's assistant, who gave Ievi3ence in a case at TOfandsworth ?(England) County Court; said that his iiame was German...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

FOB THAT BUN-BOWN FEELING. Tabe'Dr. Sheldon's Pills-They Cite ' Quick Belief. Many men and women suffer habitually from Sciatica, Rheumatism, Backache, Lumbago, or Nervous Depression Troubles that they ascribe to being " run down." These symptoms are really the result of impurities in the system, ' due to the kidneys not 'performing their proper 'functions. What you want to set you right, and make life a pleasure again, is Dr. Sheldon's Fills, to cleanse the blood, regulate the kidneys^ and tone up the nerves. Good health is natural to the human body, and with the help of tbis valuable remedy you can recover it, al> though you may bave suffered for years. So don't suffer. Remember Dr. Sheldon's PiHa are the real medicine for Sciatica, BfcckMhe, Sidney and Bladder Troubles. Try then for yourjielf. Obtainable everywhere.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

QUIBELL'S SNEER DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND) Q P QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP U | 80s. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS | j§ QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP B . 9s. per gallon in S gallon drams. t mm b COUP ANY, LTD., «Mf» t o SOLE AGENTS S Towels Post us 10/- and we will send you a bundle of 6 beautiful Towels made up as follows: 2 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 18 z 36, <S> */-. 2 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 20 x 42, @ .1/7 1 Heavy Quality White or Brown Turkish Towel, 19 x 40, @ 1/11 1 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towel, 24 x 48, @ 2/11 (This parcel 'is usually sold at 18/5i.) This offer, as you will quickly realise, Is an exceptional one. We were lucky, very Iucl«', In getting hold of a big Indent at "bottom-of-the-market - price," and we decided to use the lucky deal to advertise our famous low prices-for It is ever our practice to sell below the opposition. We know you will appreciate our keen offer 6 towels for only 10/-, and we guarantee that you will like the to...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

The Unemployed. Thelatest official figures regardingthe expenditure on Government relief bIiow that £95,872 was expended for the bis months ended December 81st last. That ie a keen disgrace j|io Queensland, and striking proot of the utter inability of the Caucus to govern wisely and well. Constant howling against the Go-called " capitalist," re pudiation of State contracts, the heavi est taxation in any State in Jhe Com monwealth, and the setting of em ployee against'employer have resulted in stagnation of industry with its in evitable result-widespread unemploy ment. Realising that the position is desporat^the Government, instead of endeavoring to restore the confidence of the private investor and thuB bring about an expansion of industry, is again' rushing to the money lender, and adding to tbe already burdensome interest bill. Ultimately this borrow ing will lead also to extra taxation, for the main portion of it is either in vested in railways that do not earn sufficient to pay ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

J. EDGAR, s«!» ROCKHAMPTON. Ofcher Lines in Stock are all kinds of Travelling Requisites, Sags and Suit Cases. BBP&iHS PROMPTLY EXECUTED* 9T1 HE home shoutd be free from petty irritations. / Not the least of them is an inaccurate Clock. It means loss of temper as well as loss of time. We have many clocks that will end this annoyance he i Caus'e theg can be counted on for unfailing reliability fa timekeeping. Our stock includes well made Marble Clocks, Imitation Marble, Modern Designs in Wood, flew French cfock$at\i ever#-other stole down to the most modestly priced Kitchen Clock. tH Happy to have yott took ooet the at sortmenf at any time. \ Edga{r*s Treasure House .63 Wi Opp. G.V.O. ROCKHAMPTON Phone 86 I.-.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

TBESPASS NOTICE. ANT person found trespassing on or removing stock from Caledonia or Tancred holding ?without permission of the undersigned prosecution wi'l follow without respect to persons. ' BRIAN J. KELLY, Snrfb* Manager-. Try n« for Job Prlntin*. 1 ST. CLAIR BOARDING SCHOOL FOB 61BLS Jnmes-strcet, New Farm, BRISBANE Preparatory School tor Boys ALL Branches of Education. Every care and attention given. Fees very moderate. 1-2 Roberts' REFRESHMENT ROOMS, AHAMAC. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. [ Fngllsh, French and Colonial Sweets | always nrrivlnp. | l-n-hh 1-Yniia In Season arriving 1 t\-. ry Tli>ii'b'I iv and Snturdny. [ !'!vme room for ladies. Afternoon t»o> j/iirtiew entered for. L'«ht refreshments n\ nil hours. .Country Orders for fruit. Aic., will ^receive .our pertsonul attention at all i.aiNi. | A Tririi order SoIICIUmI. * tun* "I'tione 69. KiUmttci gtven for all olaaaea of catering, "BALTTC^ MAKIN6 THE PROFIT-WINNER Thla la kow fteittetl prolQk wiuit| galdea ara elcetri eal...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

A POPULAR INSTITUTION Jim ".HE OFFICE el ibe PUBLIC CURATOR of QsjeentWd it aw betted in New State Innmnee fVauiet. Comer of George and Elizabeth Streets, Bnibftne. Thii office eritta for the people ol QjjeeaiLnd, and ike PaHlcCmtec willeetet EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDKH WILL* I TRUSTEE UNQBK MMRUU SSTTLBNENTS AND OTHBR WUTOl ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATES OP PERSONS DYINS INTESTATES ATTORNEY OK AGENT IN THB HANAOKMKNT OP MOPEMXV PO» AND WILL , MAKE WILLS PHEEI *. UND MONET ON PIMT MORTUWKt . HIV* LEGAL ADVICE I 4. ATTEND TO ALL HEAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Branch Officn at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTONi and Afntm at mry CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in thm Stat*. UrCTITTTT? Sneep, Cattle, |W| Y H I r Horse and o -dbTv ^Property Salesmea & CO. - fitauf Offlod: TOOWOOM8A. -Branches at: Dalby, Pittflworth, Oakey and Charlevi's. Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prices a wool sale. Numbers tell. It is consistent flin mines Cor all classes of wool which give sure eviaence of skill I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

i Sada- Vioe-Reg»l Patrons^, Barcaldine. JL Auderfion, Proprietor. ? flkWU lC. ; F.9. Box X8 This Hotel is one of tha^ MOST UP-TO-DATE A*6c0MFORT«bue HOTELS III QUEENSLAND. It is replifco WithEveiT Oonvenienue oondnonw to EMeapaOoncfort,,,, Under Complete Ifow Management. PIRST^LA.SBA.TTEPftlQN. £e*t Brandt of ^liiuB and~6pirite retailed. Patrons may faavo their Dw-' Qaruppil «n3 florees stalled or«en,t jifilVt-oliUBfcttddocki*.' Q.C.T. A»»Q. House. A Home Avar From Hone Marathon Hotel ARAMAC._ R. G. HAYES, proprietor Hirst-Class Accommodation. Plnt-Claes Cuisine, " and uft-to-" date attention. Boggy meets " all trains. >? 'PboAe W VV.D.COLMAN Oak-*t., BARCALDINE BUTCHER. . vNLY the Primeetof Beef and Mutton \ ' boU, at prices tofcnit everybody. Having installed an UprtS-date Befrigerat ag Plant and Gold Storage Booms, can «»nre satisfaction. ' . Oonsomers waited ot daily. Prompt attention to CJonttry Orders. OOBiNED BEEF a Speoiality.' ^ Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE BUTCHERY 4...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Biding Trousers That we arc now able to reduce this line to posl\ O-? /££ PER FREE m / 13 PAIR Remember too oar Special TAN T&is is the same good wearing. Specially cut MMPJEROR, 28s 0d9 Strapped Riding Trouseras formerly. post free. ' GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists. LONGREACH A BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTB. It is anrfhins but pleasant, to awako wlt'i a 1 ad tfteti> in the mouth.. This always arises from a disordered stomach, and may be C'>r* rfrtcl by takiue a done of Chamberlain s Tab lets immediately after supper. Thfy cleanse and inciijoi-ate the stomach, improve U>e diges tion, and giv one a relipli for h<s f<v>d. The? are ^asy to take anil pleasant in effect. Sold 1 by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell & Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

General Coraraents. The leading advocates of economy In the House of Reps. fire to be ' md in the, ranks of the Country Patty and they have so persistently adhered to this and so constantly urged it as to rather annoy Mr. Hughes, as ?s shown what the^ ^ ster said at Hobart, when he endea vored to remove some of the winu out of the Party's sails. Referring to this the Jpswioh "Times" says that time jai&r time the Prime Mtat ste'r has been urged to grapple wita the financial situation of the Com monwealth. Such a policy obliged Mr. Hughes, at times, to admit the . necessity to check expenditure and promise amendment. The huge losses on the shipbuilding contract, ^ and the extravagant expenditure m connection with War Service Homes, are stubborn facts. Then*' there is the waste of* money in building the city of Canberra, on the Monaro plains. When the . Federal Govern ment "was recently, reconstructed the Inclusion of Captain Brute in the new Government,-. ,as Treasurer, was ha...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RESERVES and STOCK ROUTES— [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

RESERVES nnd STOCK ROUTES The Council has been urged many times to more thoroughly conserve the grass Opon stock routes and re serves, and, knowing that carriers and drovers dependent upon those areas for their living, it is now nec essary to take more definite steps than hitherto with respect to safe guarding the interests of those whoBe< duties or callings force them travel with stock or teams. 'When tlxe Land Court, or in other cases, the Lands Department, allows a les see to enclose a road within his hold ing, it is primarily so that the, land owner may not be put to the great expense of fencing. In any case, the Shire Council's opinion 'is sougtft by the Crown, and, on the assumption: that the lessee will not abuse then privilege he seeks, "the Council ot ters no objection to such enclosure*: The Land Court (or Department) in' good faith, grants the license to en close. This should work out wellj but unfortunately it does not always do so. Some lessees have a fence o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Shire Council. Two Important Circulars. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Lojigreach Shire touncil. * Two Important Circulars. The following are the texts of two circulars recently issued from the Shire ^Office, Longre&cb, axn& both, dealing with important subjects no doubt they will be read with, interest by a large number of people on the land:-? BATH.UEST BU£& MJ5KA.CE It i8 desired to urge upon yoa the pressing necessity for an active and continuous campaign against die bathurst burr menace. You are ap pealed' to in this matter as a' person very much interested. If the burr grips this district ad it has done others, the loss to u6 all will be im possible to calculate. The tide of birr ifc moving westward, not slowly, but rapidly, and it pannot be kept back by anything except hard and very thorough work. Nothing bui wArk, very strenuous at that, accom panied by very great expense will keep it under control- The Council knows you have plenty of other things to think about. So' has the Council, but this matter must be tackled whol...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES & COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

JBT FEBKULNOH. Tn connection with the A.W.U. claims, to be dealt with, by the Federal Arbitration Court in Sydney about the end' of March, the gr&-l~ ers are asking that seeing that tfce nreeent rural basic wage of ' and keep is held to be responsible for a great deal of unemployment In the primary industries, what is likely to happen with a station hands award of £4/10/- a week and keep ? Such a rate, amounting to nearly 100 per cent, increase on the present rate, would throw most of the station hands out of work, and reduce work on all pastoral proper ties to a tin-tack minimum- Yet there are people who argue that the Btatioiis could pay the higher rate and still have a handsome profit that it is all part of a campaign to bring wages down. We venture to say that those who argue in this strain are simply proclaiming the fact that they know nothing at all about it-that they are talking through their hats In order to cause trouble, and with a certain object in view. * When we...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

TTATI05AX CASING. OUR principals advise a further tall In prices, and we solicit your en quiries. Stocks at Barcaldlne for Im mediate delivery. j 0-2 MBACHAM & LBYLAND

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

tteow^DRIVER^SP - .*"* t A is for many reasons a consistent user ol " _ "Railroads." The fine all-reund quality of DUNKOP TYRES ,, and their ablHty to stand up to many thousands r. of miles of hard service without giving a momeats- trouble, appeal to him. He appre ciates their value, their dependability and low running cost From experience he knows that no other tyre equals the "Railroad" for satisfactory service and economy. Every motorist can ensure this service-by using "Dunlops." It pays to use them ! iDunlop Rubber Co.! E AM States and N.Z. { iirisbaLe House : 2(58-74-' Adelaide Street,. THE GEISHA TEAROOMS OAK-STREET BARCALDI N;E. REFRESHMENTS AT ALL HOURS TEA, COFFEE, COCOA, TOAST, SANDWICHES, DAI NTT, CAKES, Ac. SOFT DRINKS, CONFECTIONERY FRUIT. >' J Theatre and Picture ties Catered For Civility and Attention. A call will be appreciated. 'Phone 4|< Mrs. F.LAMQNT, Proprietress. .CAN PEACE LAST? This is a question which is agitat ing many people In many countries...

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