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The Long Arm of the Law A Missing yacht. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday, 4. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

The Long Arm of the Law r-OOO-r * A Mlftmlnn Yanhl. By Telegram. Rookhampton. Thtusdmr. 4. nm. On tbe night of May 3rd last a yacht' oamed the Baata anchored at Neloon'B wharf, Auckland, disappeared, and on the same night Jackson's store at Mercury Bay was burg'ed, the thieves making a great haul. Evi dently both steals were perpetrated by the same calprits. A yacht answer ing tho description of the Baata was seen by a steamer which was making for Auckland, bnt after that the yacht disaf peared into oblivion. On Sun day a fine-looking yacht anchored off , Yeppoon, and soon a. whisper went roand that it was the missing yacht Baata. The crew, comprising three men, was Br tea ted, and this morning Alfred Westlake, alias William Thompson, alias William Curtis, who appeared to be tbe leader of tbe party, Thomas Smith, and George Millie, alias Leslie Bourke, were changed with stealing tho yacht Baata, a two-masted auxili ary yacht, with fittings, al»o one din ghy, tbe whole valued at £616...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rockhampton Police Court By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Rockhampton Police Court —oOo— By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday, 4 p.m. In the PoIIoq Court this morning, James Clifford, who bad' been re manded a couple of times on a charge of stealing 4/6fc the property of Samuel Deacon, was sentenced to two months Imprisonment. James bad bad luck, as that keen sleuth detective, Sergeant Mnrths, 8aw him with his hand in Deacon's pocket. Deacon had only a very hazy idea of what had occurred. Rockhamptoa, Friday. In the Industrial Court yesterday the Poltoe Magistrate gave his re served decision In the case In which the Industrial Inspector, J. Noonan, proceeded against William Seth Baker, a master baker, for a breach of the bakers and pastry cooks award In doing baker's work other than dough-making. The defence set up that the clause in the award was ultra vires, that the information disclosed no offence, and that there was nothing In the evidence to support a conviction. The Police Magistrate held that an offence had been disclosed and fined B...

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

Barcaldine Show. ENTRIES FOB ILL EVERTS CLOSE "WITH SECRETARY 8 pjn. TO-DAT

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORDE, DOWLING & CO., Denham-Street, ROCKHAMPTON, Have For Sale: [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

F0RDE, DOWLING & CO., Etenham-Street, t ROC fit HAMPTON, Have For Sale: 100 ACRES FARM, Freehold, splen didly situated, and only 4 miles from railway, 20 miles from Rockhampton, above flood, good rich soil and every acre available. Securely fenced and subdivided into 8 paddocks, 6-roomed dwelling, large barn, yards, bails, &c., 30 head good dairy cattle, per? maqently watered by creek, which runB through property, about 40 acres cultivation, including 6 acres lucerne, C acres cotton, further 20 acres ploughed ready for planting cotton, i:s acres Rhodes grass, 4 working hordes and harness, dray, cart, and buggy, 1 h.p. engine, pump, piping, chaffcutter, cornsheller, disc plough, scuffler, cultivator, mpwing machine, Mrrow, horse rake, separator, and all dairy utensils. This farm offers a rare opportunity to anyone requir ing a property in first-class order, complete in every detail. The boII is the best and there is ample water for irrigation purposes, (Call or -write...

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Victoria GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Victoria | GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE i ACCEPTANCES. Melbourne. Friday. The (Grland National Steeplechase acceptances are:—Mountain God, Monrose, Haoma, Wooloo, Berribee, Doiran, Glenard, Nickajack, Manor way, Eesembler, King, High Agar.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday. July 7 th, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Champion Office. Friday. July 7 th, 1922. uly opened fine and clear. Tbe evenings ■after sundown became quite cold, and in the early mornings tbe ground id exposed situa tions was plentifully sprinkled with hoar frost, but not sufficient, so far »b we have heard, to injure vegetation. All plant life !b now showing the effects of winter, but it will not be long—indeed the time will pass with great rapidity, era spring will cause all foliage to burst forth in all its beauty. The days, although warm enough in the sun, worn very • cbilly up to yesterday, being at low as &5degs. on Saturday and a min. of SBdegs. Tbe max. kept in tbe 60's until yesterday, when, with a change to the N.E. 73dess, was marked, and tbe min. rose correspondingly, jumping from 37.8degs. to 51degs. and last night SSdegs, Early this (Thursday) morning the sky was cowplraely overcast, and there was a dead calm for some hours. In keeping with the -change the barometer dropped four points. At 10 a.m. tbe sky ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. CHARLTON AGAIN! ANOTHER NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION Melbourne, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Mr. CHABLTON AGAIN! ANOTHER NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION Melbourne, Friday Mr. Charlton's no-confidence mo tion in the House of Representativec, the second one within seven days, was defeated yesterday by 36 to 17. Mr. Charlton had attacked the Govern ment for refusing to Increase the old age and invalid pensions. Only Laborites voted for the motion. During the debate Mr. Catts made a vicious attack on A.W TJ. bosses and other Labor leaders.

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

WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS. ROCKHAA/IPTON.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VENDETTA AGAINST CONVENT. ATTEMPT AT INCENDIARISM. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

vendetta against content. ATTEMPT AT INCENDIARISM. Melbourne, Friday. For montus past the Brigadine Con vent in South Melbourne has teen subjected to (annoyances in the shape of stone-throwing and window-break ing. The attacks culminated yesterday in an attempt to burn the Convent down, an injSammable mixture being thrown at the weatherboard school house, but though the curtains were destroyed the fire for some strange reason did not spread. A poster was nailed to a gate of the convent threat ening to destroy, the building on ac count of alleged sympathy with the Sinn Fein. x

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Are You Interested in Cotton-Growing? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Are "You Interested in Cotton-Growing ? We can supply you with proved s;crub land in blocks of 10 ACRES OR MORE. Full particulars on Application. 400 acre farm only, only 20 miles from Rockhampton, splendid rich scrub soil, close to railway, every acre above flood. Nice compact houBe on high blocks, front, verandah, dip, yards, bails, &c. Watered permanently by creek, which runs through pro perty, 130 acres well established Rhodes grass, about 50 head splendid cattle, 20 acres scrub Just felled, and ground now ready for cotton. ThiB property is securely fenced and sub divided into three paddocks. We can offer this place on exceptionally easy terms. £600 deposit, balance over 6 years. Do not misB this opportunity. Price, £2000. 30-ACRE FARM, freehold, only 8 miles from Post Office, above flood, securely fenced. Compact 6-roomed house on high blocks, front verandah, permanently watered by creek and well, windmill and supply tank, cow* bails, yards, sbed, &c., nic,e ass...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 27th June, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

yVVWVwv>,-wV*^V\A.VWV\W»fVWVW Brisbane, 27tli June, 1922. Last week was a comparatively quiet one along the wharves, but the next furtnight holds out promises of remunerative employment, for the big army of men who earn their living along the waterfront. The Brisbane wool sales commence on Wednesday (28th June) and will be continued on Thursday and Friday. They will be resumed on the following Monday (July 3rd) and finish up on July 6th It is estimated that 71,000 bales will be catalogued. A number of dfeep sea! steamers are coming up to Brisbane J specially to cater for these wool sales. The Imperial League of R. Sailers and Soldiers is to be complimented on securing the services of Mr. Ii-. T. Roper, as the managing editor of their paper, the "Crusader." Mr. Roper Is a returned soldier journalist, whose wide experience in the Southern States has particularly fitted him. for his present position. The "Crusader" has often been criticised for lacking "punch" on 6ome of the questio...

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

F. P. O'REILLY, -Pharmaceutical Chf ist and NTAL A G ENT . . : : ft ... I. f, jjft 'S~" Proprietor of Graham's well kuown Family Remedies— Graiinin'H Whlte Pine ATar (Cough remedy) if*' Granules (the Little Liver Pill) : " Healing Ointment Dermal Lotion (for roughness or " redness of the skin due to winter chaps) Full stocks of XTYAL'S PREPARATIONS, inclnding fFICSEN (the Lolly Laxative), BABY COUCH;SYRUP Compound, i HU SKCYS.** , *' ' v'- , Large assortment of High-classCvarr« .......^Toilet Requisites, including Face Creams, FacejPowders, Talcums, Brushware and'Perfumery. !?; For'Winter Comfort try oue of our HOT|WATER|BOTTLES "" ; KODAK CAMERAS and SUPPLIES.!; "Country clients can rely on promptness and despatch of any orde THE BARCALDINE PHARMACY t Vhsmb* Autoscrew Droppers are made of stoat mild steel ctwo and three-qaarter inches wide doubled twice to a (win V" shape. JPracticlly nnbendable and imicstructible. Autoscrew DroppafS have no ties, clipB, or wedges. No stock can shi...

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

C. M NICOLSON, Anetioeer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen A RAM AC. Phone 44 P.O. Box 27 Prompt and Personal Attention to nil iuouiricb. Gar available for inspection purposes. Lund Matters a Spednlity. Land Oourts Attended. Appllculions LodK«<t. Agent for Barrett's Arsenical Lavoline Sheep Dip and Fly Destructor 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 thoroughly up.to ate, clients can rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. P.(. .Box 12 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY TEARS has provided tho opportunity for Central Queensland Boys To enter the aristocracy of Intellect, to secure pre eminence in Sport, and to attain a high level of Character. ———————y Finest Laboratories for the practical teaching of all brandies o...

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

'I':' True economy lies in high quality. Realizing this im portant point, P e r d r i a u Tyres are made bigger in the bag, stronger in the wall, thicker in the tread, and in every way more substantial than other tyres of same rim measurement. Compare the weights. I ALWAYS A8K FOR "Trufood" Powdered Milk (Skim Milk iu Powder Form) Tastes Like Fresh and MIXES RE API L.Y. WEBSTER & CO. LTD - - ROCK HAMPTON SOS.fi AOfiVTS mi NO CHAMCES BE PBEPAEED FOB THE ABBIVAL OF THE BLOWFLY PUT BI HOLD INO A STOCK OF "KKOBLO," THE PBOVED AHlfDOTE. MOREHEADS - IMJTEL Stock Salesmen, BRISBANE. Diamond Engagement Rings B' >UY DIAMOND Rinire and Jewellery DIRECT FROM THE' > MAKRRS ; tret the fall ohoiae of h manufacturer's bui« etook and save tbe exoreaive charges imposed by the middleman sz&BEOirs EiTOAOSBiEirT nxwGS Unequalled Value 5-stone Diamond, BaU-itoops, £3 15s to £75 3-stoie Diamond, £410s to £105 Single Stones from £1 apwards We will repocoluM at any time all Diamonds b...

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

4-THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres, Splendid steering. Solds 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 ridel in it. WE WANT TO BEMtNSTRATE IT T8 YOU. AU PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODYS INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK8. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents far tantral West Queantland.

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Ilfracombe Shire Council APPLICATION NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

Ilfracombe Shire Council APPLICATION NOTICES. APPLICATIONS are invited from - competent persons willing to under take the dnties of clerk to the Ilfra combe Shire Council. Applications to be endorsed "clerk-" Full particulars available upon ap plication to the Chairman not later' than 4 p.m. Slst July. ] Applications are invited from per sons willing to undertake the,duties of Sanitary Contractor for the town of Ilfracombe. Full particulars on application to the Chairman. Applications to be en dorsed "Sanitary Contractor." L. B- MUNRO, Actg. Shire Clerk.

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

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

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BOARD AND LODGING REDUCED. Brisbane, Friday, 4.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

BOARD AND LODGING BEDUCED. Brisbane, Friday, 4.60 p.m. Mr. F^rry. Prices CommiqBloner, has anno-.inced* that the charge lor hoard and lodging st hotels at Ilfra combe has been reduced to 35/, a de crease of 7/-.

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Bits from Blackall. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 July 1922

biia from biackaii —oOo— The fourth, round of the CUP fixtures j at Blackall evoked much interest, although the attendance was be.'cw the average. At half-time the Blues had increased to 31, while the Rads (Hovers) had but three. The seniors then took the field. It was a rough and-turable contest, in which scienti fic football was almost unknown. The game led off very fast for the first five minutes when the players became less ardent- At half-time the Reds were eight and the Blues five, and at full time the Reds (Rovers) had increased to eleven; the Blues did j not increase their scores. Like as aft Barcaldine if a team wins the Juniors [ the seniors of the same Club in variably play second fiddle. The football match at Augathella between Tarmbo and the local Cl«b having ended in a draw the return match waB looked forward to with taterets. The game was played at Tambo. At half-time the scores were: Augathella five, Tambo nil. , The visitors increased their score to 16, -while Tambo...

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