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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

The "Champion" now oomprisM .twenty pases folio, and Is newer from front to bade oovar. Banfl alas* [your name ftnd become one of on lnaPT>T enbecrlbere- — "Chewplan" Office. Lost. YICKEL souvenir button brorch X* with ci'oat tiugraved (car over crown). Trensarad koapsako. Ho ward. \pply-Mrd. (Dr.) J. Cojk, Baroaldinc. Barcaldine School of NOTICE THE annual meeting of Barcftldin« School of Arts will be held In the Reading Room on Thursday next, July 18th, at 8 p.m. All welcome. CABIS. JAMES, Secretary. S;. Peter's Church of England babcalduvb. THURSDAY. JULY 27th. CONYEBSAZIONB OOKTEB8AZIOJTB In the Olrls' Hostel at 10.80 a,n. ■! which the Lord/Bishop of the Dio cese, Dr.' P. Crick, will offldally open the Hostels and School. THURSDAY. JULY 27th, CHURCH BALL CHUBOH BALL in shire Hall, at 8 p.m. OCTOBER 5th and fth— ANNUAL CHUBOH ANNUAL CHUBCH la Grounds of S. Peter** Church By-Laws. It is proposed to pa8» the follow* ing By-Law and amendment:-* 'The amount by way of discount-"! o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Recent Publications. Procurable at Mr. R. Park's Newsagency, Barcaldine. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

ttecent Publications. —oOo— Procurable at Nr. R. Park's Newsageacy, Bucaldiae. THE CAPTAIN •— A special article "To Improve your Cricket," by J- W- H. T. Dougals, ap pears in the "Captain" for June, the^ well-known jnagazlne for boys and "old boys." This number is of spec ial interest to cyclists. THE PREMIER— "The Premier Magazine" for may has a remarkable story, "Men of Af fairs," by Roland Pertwee. A new, out of the ordinary, novel of youth, lovty and perilous adventure. It la a yarn you will read an^ talk about. There {pre other very fascinating stories in that number. THE RED MAGAZINE— "The Harmsworth Red Magazine" for May is to hand- The sixth in stalment of "Charles Rex", an illu strated serial by Ethel M. Dell, ap pears in it, jbJso "The Acid Test," a long complete story by E. Norman Terry, and other interesting matter. THE STRAND MAGAZINE.— This publication is always a wel come addition to the magazine read ers' list. The number just to hand keeps up the high standards of t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Intertown Football. To-morrow's Matches [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Intertown Football. oOo— To.niorrow's Matches At t-he Show Grounds to-morrow (Sunday) Barcaldine and Blackall will clash In three games tor lnter town honors. The first excursion train ever run between Barcaldine and Blackall will arrive at Barcaldine at about 12.30 p.m., and no doubt a large crowd will Journey from the Barcoo city to see their reps. In action against a strong local team. This must surely constitute a record for the West when three teams can journey about 124 miles and play three matches an<j return the same even ing. The first game will commence at 1.30 p.m. when the Barcaldine and Blackall State Schools will meet for their first lntertown game- The local boys are In good trim and are handl ing the leather nicely, and look good for the opening game. The juniors take the field at 1.30. The local team has not played to gether this season. However, the team on paper IookB well, and should give a good account of themselves. The Blackall juniors have already ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

WELDON'S BAZAAR OF CHILDRENS FASHIONS. The new number of "Weldon'a Ba zaar of Children's Fashions Is a splendid Issue/ with gratis cut-out patterns enclosed for making e girl's cretonne dress, sports coat, and a dress an«] coat, also a boy's blazer, all for 12 to 14 years, and e Magyar dress and petticoat for a small girl, tour to six years. Full details with simple diagrams, are given for mak ing these styles, and the number also includes directions for a child's cro chet dress size three to four years, summer frocks for girls of all ages, dresses of cretonne ang embroidery, holiday and seaside BtyleB, the big girl and her frocks, boys' sports suits, pyjamas and shirts, pretty hats for sunny days, bathing suits and beach cloaks, a baby's short coating outfit, cooker for the children's table, sets for the small folk, children's playtime page with competition, simple slip on coats, underclothing and night wear, becoming coats and skirts, a smart blazer, &c. Just the very book...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Rugby League Return Visit to Longreach, Sunday, 16th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Barcaldlne Rugby League ' —oOo— Return Visit to Longreach, Sutiiy, 16th July. The usual weekly meeting ot the Bar oaldine Rugby' League was hel^ Bt Derery's Hotel on Thursday evening last. There were present:—Messrs. R. Park (chairman), J. O'Connell, J. HcQuaid, B. Vale, J. Kuder, W. Mal lory, J. Farrell, C. Lloyd-Jones a. Hoy and secretary. The minutes ot the previous meet ing were rea^ and confirmed. A good deal of correspondence was then dealt with. A telegram was received from the Bledstone Rugby League Btating they ' were sending a representative team «n a westers tour starting on the 21st July, and would like to play at Bar caldlne on Tuesday, 25th July- A letter was following.—It was re •olved to advise the Gladstone League that Tuesday, 25th July, was Show 4ay, and they could not entertain any proposals tor a match on that day, though they would discuss the mat ter further when the letter came to hand. A letter was then read from the Longreach League stating that for several...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Soldiers' Memorial Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

woldiers' Memorial Fond. AMOUNT of efforts of Ladies Committee 676 16 1 Voluntary donations— One of £50, one of £25 76 0 (► Pour of £10/10/, one of £10 52 0 0 Six of £6/5/, three of £6 46 10 Other amounts 12 4 t. £762 10 & Promises 10 10 0 £778 0 8 Anticipations 27 0 0 I Expecting total to reach £800 o O It is proposed to make the memories up to thp value of the funds, hoping to reach the target of £1000 a* a final effort. In addition to the amounts pre viously acknowledged I have to ack nowledge the receipt of £10 from W. D. Colman. «. H. FT8H, Sec. and Tfeawer.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

NOW IN FULL SWING. Another List of our Famous SALE BARGAINS. Country Customers: Do not delay your orders; past tfiem by return mail. These Bargains are sure to be " snapped up" very quickly. WE PAY CARRIAGE Sensational offer 35/6 White Long cloth. Pure finish, shrunk, a real Usual price 12/6 doe. SpJe Price 8/0 doz. Plain White Sheeting. Good solid make. Width Slin. 70in. 80in Usual Price 1/lli 2/11 3/€yd SALE 'PRICE. • 1/ei 9/2 2/6yd 80in.' Unbleached Twill Sheeting. Heavy close make, wonderful value. Usual Price 3/6. SALE PRICE 2/6. Plain unbleached Sheeting, Good hqavy make. Width -64in. 72ln. 80in. Usual Price 2/3 2/11 3/9yd SALE PRICE 1/6 1/lli 2/8yd 3/11 72In. Government Tent Drill tor 2/6 yard. Absolutely the best value seen tor years, a real good solid cloth. Usual Price 3/11. SALE PBICE 2/6 yard Big Towel Bargain, 200 dozen Col oured Turkish Towels, size 23 x 45in., good, solid, absorbent make. Usual Price 2/6. SALE PBICE 1/lli 2/11 double width ticking for 2/ yi&rd...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

St Peter's School, BARCALDINE. AlJay and Boarding School for Boys and Girls. Established by the Council of the Diocese of Rockh temp ton. Visitor: The Bishop of Rockhampton FIRST TERM COMMENCES JULY 25th Pupils will be prepared for the Stats Scholarship Examinations, Headmaster: The Rev B. ROBINSON L.TH., B.A- (St. Chad's Ball, Durham, Exhibitioner of Durban University). Prospectus and all information oaa be obtained from the DIOCESAN SECRETARY, Box 16, RookhamptM, or any of the PAROCHIAL CLERGY. HOW ABE YOU FEELING. Doe* your head ache t Are you constipnted mod foe) dull or depressed after eating f You •re suffering from Indigestion, and are paving the way for more serious illness. Chamber- 9 Iain's Tablets are Just wbat you need. They will assist the digestion, regulate the bowel* and Rive you new strength and vigour. Bold by Hugh Bavage and Arthur Pametl ft Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE, SATURDAY JULY 8, 1322 Government Oppression. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est. BABCALDINE, SATUBDAV JULY 8. 1322 Government Oppression. —0O0— Mr. Theodore, in officially replying to the Graziers' Association of Cen tral Queensland, has revealed him self as the slave.of the Caucus, a.i'.l shows an utter lack of statesman ship. Surely hiB attitude will con vince that half dozen fools in the Country Parliamentary Party, who are prepared to accept him as leader, along with Mr. McCormack, that Mr Theodore has no pretentions to Su-.t': craft, and is wholly unfitted to follow the late T. J.. Ryan. When Mr. Theodore wa£- in Rockhampton, a month or so ago, a deputation of pastoralists waited on. him, explain ing how they stood on the verge of financial disaster, and begging-of him. to grant an extension of time in which to pay the annual rentals. So little did he appreciate the due order of things that he attempted' to bully the member8 of the deputation, and' had to be brought to his senseB by being told it was not tbe occasion for the last ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

The Yorkshire "Observer" felt in spired the other day to print a lead ing article referring to the alleged Australian fear of Japan, and gave its own point of view on the matter sb follows, which may interest some, amuse others, and a1 lay the fearB of those who profess to have them:— "We hoped that the Washington Con ference had allayed the Australian tendency to Japanophobia (a pleasant change from Japanitis), but people who once had given way to an at tack of nerves are apt to see {right fulness in shadows. The promulga tion of the new naval programme in Tokio had a reprecussion in alarmist articles in the Sydney Press. It must be admitted that a Japanese seacraft budget amounting to 65 million does little to substantiate the hopes of naval economy- There also is force in the Australian comment " that the bulk of the programme con sists of cruisers and submarines. ' Admitting this, by what obsession of the Mongolian policy does the Syd ney Press persuade itself that the good unde...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

INFLAMMATORY BBEUMAT1SM. Anyone who has wet experienced the ex cruciation and almost, unbearable pains inci dent to - lrfb initiatory Rheumatism will be pleased to know that prompt relief may be had by rappljriug Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first applicationjgivcR rrliefr or ytm can have your iimney back. S -Id by Qughvjftvage and Arthur ParoelUfc Hons Little's Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. *u* *! UMat •»*«« Umflmrt rt» dm v 'Wf •»*». Omm A ' '*• Weof in | Bmamtifmt CtMDMn. rcarvaa rAMrioraau ntok MUM,MO«rtCe.tm.l WHB.PKILFICO.in.ix H. OONOR, ■ Smt Bitot**. 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 « few doses of this famous medicine. And even when you are well, you can derive benefit from it A...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

justness Proposition 'or interests to support «n Institution established for .efit of |the people of Qyetensland ; therefore, consult , jblic Curator, whose Office exists for your benefit, in - j relating to the mkkmg of Wills (free of charge), ration of Estates, taking over Existing Trust Estates, on ^businesses as-Attorney, lending money on First >e of Real Estate, giving legal advice free, registering ;rs. preparation of Agreements, &c. Office* at ROCKHAMFTON TOWNSVILLE, andAfnciu .U Court Hon—* in Qammntland. F. W. MOLE, "> v Public Curator, f BRISBANE. Sneep~ - Cattle, o 'Property «.,c p. — 'Head OfficeV.* ,» •• , s ■ „ TOOWOOMB/fe Brandies at: , ^ Dalby, Pitts worth, Oakey and <&arl«ville Gate to TOP WOOL VAIBES JPix di« ad*ic« ob tike above fade in your memory. Ton will find It pay* to make those six words jponr gnUk-iAipi. forwarding ..yqnr clip- to nuoicet." Winchcombe-Caraon r»> suits are consistent on highest possible tndi. Addr*M Lette...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

aPaflw Vioe-aeCTl Patronage «-n ui m pa suras Barcaldine. B. AndarSOD, proprietor, ftaneio. M.B01M ' ThU Hotel fa one of the MOBT UP-TO-DATE MD COMFORTABLE NOTBt II QDEERBLMID. Uii replete with Every Oonvenlenoe oondanvB to Base ana Comfort.;.. Under Complete New Management. FIRST-CLASS ATTENTION. Beat Brands of Winee and Spirits retailed Rttrons may have their Gar* Oaragad and H«ne« etabled or lent to flrpt-olaaa paddooka. Q.C.T. Awn. Hoom. A Heme Away Fran Hare Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. B> O. HATBS, Proprietor Ilnt-Olaa* AfleoBunoOntbm. First-Clau CabdMt and Mi attcntioc. Boar merta «H Intaii' VktBt M W.D.COLMAN Olk-M, BAR6U.DIHE Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER. awf.T the Frimett of Baaf and Mutton •old, at pdoee to writ anatybody. jllfiMf m lTn.tnAfa BefnjWt og Plant and Oold Storage Booom, aan am re ntfahnto. Oounmera waited ot daily. Prompt attention to Oouotry Order*. OOBNSD BBEF a Speciality. Quality gnannteed. BARCALDINE NTCHERYCICE WORKS Corner of Willow and Aah-rtra* David It...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Special Notice. Wefhavegpieasure in advising old wearers of our Special Biding Trousers That we are now able to reduce thie line to POST 0*7 PER FREE ^ M / (S PAIR Remember too our 8;>eci;jl 7 A y Tfois isthe same good wearing. Specially cu MMPEROR% 2&S Odt Strapped Riding Trouser as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Special ists, LONGKEACH The Glfdeograph. Programmes for To-Night Tuesday and Thursday. TONIGHT (Saturday)— Wiallim Desmond in 11 Broadway Cowboy. I 6000 feet A Pathe Feature. A RolUcki-B Iti nWance crammed -with Hilarity audi Electrified with action. Happy origi nal Comedy, Flashes of exploitation. Also PATHE REVIEW, 1000ft. (in teresting), PATHE GAZETTE (Topi cal)), EDGAR'S HAMLET, 2000ft. (Comedy) and Episode 8 ot THE SILENT AVENGER, the thrilling serial. TUESDAY (JULY lift)— j The Screens Greatest Emotional Actress in the most Lavish, Moat Sensational, and Most Spectacular of Photo Dramas. FLORENCE BEED in a W. K. Ziegfield...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
An Old Ihdustry Revived. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

An Old Ihdustiv revived. 1 •—OOo— Years ago, as tar back as the 'GG's, it was demonstrate^ that couoa would grow prolifically in Southern Queens land, and many of the farmers iu the Logan and Moreton Districts went in for growing the plant The Govern ment of the day assisted the growers by paying a handsome bonus on the product, and further assisted materi ally the promoters of the Ipswicn Cotton Company, and a manuf.v:o.-v for the making of calico, both blsich ed affld unbleached, was established on the Bremer at ipsK-'-'i. not far from the factory of the Ipswicb .Woollen Co. A liberal bonus yraa given for the first five thousand yards of calico manufactured. The Com pany was a failure from the start, but It strngigled on until the stipu lated quantity of cloth was produced, bo &b to secure the bonus, when the Company quietly gave up the ghost The cost of production was too great, and with all the protection afforded by the Government, the imported article could be sol,] at...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything P Have yon any thiug to Bell ? Have you lout or found something P Meetings, tto. ! Advertisements in this column at special sates for CASH strictly In advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Thtee Insert. Itaserts. 10 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 ■vert additional eight words... If- 1/8 1/6 F, T. MoOONAUD, Saddler u| IUr ■cm Maker, Oak-atrMt. BmmMIm. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 12C HAND-MA.DB fruit and flowers) bat and belt sprays. Apply—Miss PLUMB, Fir-street, Barcaldine. 9*2 imnRA«rr HONEY— Guaranteed Fare. 71b. tins^ 6/-« ltlb tins, 10/-. iArcer quantities If required. C. Lloyd-Jones, Agent SI CllKinil TOWN OABTKB *o. • "■BnUH Buroaldine Furniture seqaored carefully. Moderate Prices. Give bin a trial, fhone 120 will find him. BEST Assortment of ROSES always available. Wreaths, bouquets to •rder. MISS GUNN, OheBtuut-st., fforth Side, Barcaldiue. SL W. P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

katflst from Eockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday. The weather, which was extremely cold in the early part of the week, has turned very threatening. Friday, 9 am In • the Carnival period the trams conveyed 90,058 passengers, an in crease of 4073 over last year. The revenue, however, decreased by £190, d^e to the halfpenny reduced In the Friday,* 6 p.m. This morning a note was found at tached to a seat on the river bank intimating that the writer's body would be found in the river. The police went down with grappling irons and were about to drag when the writer was observed coming along the bank. It appears he was very depTes&ed owing to slckneta and domestic troubles, but evidently thought better of his intention. Friday, 6 p.m. Enquiries are being made relajtlve to establishing a cotton gin in Glad stone, but ,lt is Impossible to state whether this will be done as it Is un known what acreage will be put un der cotton. It Is fairly certain the capacity of the loca...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

FOE SALE VOLUMES 2 to 10 of the Australian Stud Book, all In good condition-— Address, "A", "Western Champion" Office, Barcaldine. St Andrew's Bush Brotherhood. Bazaar sad Fete at Aramac. Thursday, August 3rd. Gifts of all kinds will be most ac ceptable. £500 is a low estimate of the a,um re quired in anticipation of the revival of the Brotherhood. The needs, include those of the House. Also payment of car, ponies, harness, have to be re placed, and these on this year's 'work ing expenses. Address all contributions to the, Secretaries, St. Andrew's House* Aramac. TRANSMISSION BY DEATH. Real Property Acts of 1861 and 1877. J^OTICE is hereby given that appli cation has been made for th* Re gistration of Transmission ot Title to the Land hereinafter mentioned. Particulars of such application are given below, and any person desir ing to oppose must do bo by lodging a Caveat on or before the day speci fied at the office of the Registrar of Titles, in Rockhainpton. Name of deceased propri...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

TJOHN VICTOR ItERGNBR of ^ mian nationality, born »t JEttftf<-rhi»rg Rohemi'i (^eeiih** felovi t«in) unfl 'e-iidf-nt fift en >ear« in Auelrilii, nowipeidine at Alpbn, Q.O.R., intond to apply to th» Home ana Tertitrriea D*f t. Mi'bourne, far Tin turftlisation. Shows Grounds, BwoaJdlne INTEBTOWlf FOOTSALI% SUNDAY, JULY 9th Barcakime v Blackall. Bardpildine v. Blackall State Bchool 1.30 p.m. Barcaldine Juniors v. Blackall Juniors 2.30 p.m. Barcal dine Reps. v. Blackall Reps, at 3.45 p.m. Admission: Gents. 2/-, Ladies l Bchool children 6d., excluding grand - stand. An excellent ct&y*B enjoyment as sured. i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL STOREKEEPING BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

GENERAL STORE KEEPING BUSINESS One or tne most up-io-aaie ami "go ahead" businesses in the city, £1500 worth stock, every article guaranteed saleable. Turnover £10001 per month, which can be doubled. Please note that this business 1b com plete in every detail, and the price •includes large 8-roomed house and furniture, 2 carts, horses, and every thing necessary to run a first-class concern. Terms can be arranged. Price, £5000, including stock valued at £1500.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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