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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Pile Sufferers, Read This! Qucen-st., June 22, 1922. I have been suffering from Piles for the last 30 years, and have tried most remedies, but have found nothing to be suc cessful until I tried your Wonder-Worker. I am now pleased to say that I have had the greatest relief from using- it; fn fact, to me, it is worth its weight In gold. Wish ing; you every success •with your Wonder Worker. I remain, yours, etc. Only 7/6 each at Won der-Worker Depot, 202 Elizabeth-st., BRISBANE. Literature Free. Also obtainable from your looal CheniB Typewriters >l he Smith Premier . omplete Keyboard, In terchangeable Carnage. Removable Platen. The Siltnt L. C. Smith Keduces nolsa far 10% Hall bearing trpebars. Hall hearing shirt key.eto. Sacond'haodMacbln* of an aiakMfrM MoatblyiUt pM Owi ww Poriabft Weighs 64 lbs. Oompaot Rlliible Sim? £17 17a AUr-MUAN TTKHMIU IflPPUM 4i*« Oum Intn. BiwoiN' « BABY COUGH MUST NEVEB LINGER. Nothing is more distressing than to see a helpless little infant suffering ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

£ General Consents. I £ KSl?Je.vT|c,i->_sg ft Mr. Davidson, the Queensland Rail way Commissioner, naturally very much objects to the constant refer ences to the deficit on the railways of the State being construed into a reflection of the administration, and had no hesitation in declaring a few days ago that the figures he could supply would prove ,that the railway service of Queensland is more effi cient to-day than ever it has been It compares favorably with the rail ways of the other States, with up wards of ten times the volume of business for each mile of line. Mr. Djalvidson pointed out that the rail ways of both New South Wales and Victoria, with higher rates and fares, had registered deficits of over £600,000 last year, and it could scarcely be expected that Queens land, with probably the smallest business per mile of line In the world, could, with lower charges, do otherwise tHan show a greater deficit. Statistics show that Jboth trains and waggons are now carry ing bett...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IRISH AFFAIRS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

IRISH AFFAIRS. ' London, Thursday. Tii« Republicans offlctally cjlahn to 1» In possession of the entire country side from Kerry to Newtonb&rry, and Xerry to County Mayo, and that they «r« operating all PoBt Offices and col laotlns exd*e and customs duties at • rate of £12,000 weekly. They are In oomplete control in Cork City, where the Republic is an accepted tact, and lite Is normal. Free State officers at Limerick re fas® to fight the Republicans. London, Friday. The establishment of a Free State ' Army Council leads to . the belief that large operations are imminent. The situation Is regarded with e0me apprehension. It is recognised that the task of cleaning up the south is more difficult than Dublin.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

St Andrew's Bosh Brotherhood. Bazaai* and Fete at Aramao. Thursday, Tugust 3rd. Gilts ot all kinds will be most &• ceptable. £600 is a low estimate of the gum re quired ' in anticipation of the revival of the Brotherhood' Tba needs include those of the House. Also payment ot oar, ponies, harness, hare to be re placed, and these on this year's work ing expenses. Address all contributions to the Secretaries, St. Andrew's Hoase, Aramac. Station Managers! Why Bend to Melbourne for yoar atatton*(7? Try the "Champion" office for yo«r nesf lot of memos-, receipt books, ent» topee, or letter paper.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HAGUE CONFERENCE. Hagva, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

THE HAGUE CONFERENCE Hagva, Tlutrrday. I It is efflclally stated that it 1b no Use continuing the conference on the taBlB laid down by M. Lttbinoff to ' (toy.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Intertown Football. To-Morrow's Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Intel-town Football, a JkA* 1 To-Morrow's Excursion. To-morrow (Sunday) the focal representa tive teaiii and a Second Thirteen team will journey to Longreach to play the return matches. The local teams are strongly re presented, and good games should result. The representative match will be the first Solley Cup fixture this season. Loagreach has introduced some new blood into their team and consider their chances of winning excellent. The local selectors have made a few minor alterations in the rep. team after last Sundays game, and hare every confi dence in the teams selected. The looal Seoond Thirteen should win to-morrow. The looal State Sohool team will also make the journey under the auspioes of the Bar caldine League and will meet the Long- i reach State School team for the return game. As on previous occasions the local boys hare a strong team and should do well.gj An excursion train will depart from the Btation to-morrow at 8.80 a.m., and no doubt the public will avail thems...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAWN TENNIS THE WIMBLEDON CONTESTS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

LAWN TENM6 THE WIMBLEDON CONTESTS. London, Thursday. In the final of the mixed doubles I O'Hafa Wood and Lenglen deteatel I Lycett and Ryan, €—4, 6—2. j In tha final for the men's doubles ; Anderson and Lycett beat Patterson and O'Hara Wood, 3—6, 7—®, *—t, ifc—8, 11—9. The men's doublaa final provided the most thrilling t»n ' tils of the whole meeting.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

FOB HEADACHES THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SHELP1B1N. It soothes away the pain magically. Does not affect the heart. Highest Grade Aspirin known. Yoii'11 see the difference for yourself. Daintily pot up by the Sheldon Drue Co. Ltd., small size, 6d.; large size, holding 25 tablet!) price, Is. 6d. Obtainable everywhere. Barcaldine Central Racing Club Registered with the C.Q.B. Association.) Annual Show Cornfed Meeting. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 27th find 28th JULY, 1922. (Weathet Permitting) Added Money . £450 £450 PROGRAMME. FIRSl DAT First Race to start at 1.80 p.m. 1. jaccondol handicap. . £40; second horse to receive £6 from prize; 6 furlongs. Nom- 20/-, accept. 20/-. Second Race to start at 2 p.m. 2. TRIAL. HANDICAP, £20; second horse to receive £5 frotn prize. 5 furlongs. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding £20 at time ot nomination. Nom. 10/-, accept. 10/-. Third Race to start at 2.20 p.m. J. SHOW HANDICAP, £65; second . horse to receive £10 and third horse £6 from prize. 7 t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AMERICAN RAILWAY TROUBLE. New York, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AJttEEICAN BAILY7AY TBOCBLE. New York, Thursday. A further outbreak of violence has occurred among the railway workers, principally in Baltimore and Chicago. One man was killed, and two others shot. Sixty guards and Deputy Mar shall? were beaten and stoned.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram and Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Market and Wool Reports. I By Telegtam and Mail. Messrs. Fenwick & Co., Salesmen, Brisbane repsrt under date 6th July:—Horse and Cow Hair—Keen enquiry. All forward Belling to advantage. Horse tail 2Sd. to 35d. per lb.; mane 12d. to I8d.; matted 18d. Cow hair washed to 18d.; cow hair or dinary 14d. to 16d. Beeswax—Strong demand at from 28d. to 24d. per lb. for best quality. Sheepskins—The market continued strong for rfil best lines of weoily skins, bat shor£ wools and rough crosa-brede' ruled lower. Super fnllwool merino sold from lSd. to 16d. per lb.; balf-woola 9d. to Old.; quarter wools fid. to 6Jd.j short-wools Id. to 4d. per lb. according to length. Tallow—Market unchanged, prime selling to £28 with other grades from Jt26 to £27 10b. according to quality. Marsupial Skins—Large supplies available. All the offerings were readily disposed ot at satistaotory prices. First gray kangaroos sold at 5s. 9d. per lb.; sec onds to 8s. 4d. Bed kangaroos to 4s 9d.; seconds to 2s. 9d. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Storch, Ilfra fcambe) "wish to thtenk Dr. Michod and Or. Brown and Matron Small wood, also the staff of nurses, at (he LotLgreacfc. Private Hospital for their kindness and attention to their little son, Roy, during his serious illness of pneumonia, also the baby with bronchitis.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Rockhamptan Visitors, oaJjL at ATKINSON'S Central Boarding. Hosse. -vr, - Bolsover-street, flotwoan Railway S.atio i and f«it Offisa (Next ticole Kirk), Phone 533. Tariff Moderate Table Kx."il«nt Petersen's Famous Rose Trees arailablt to a fuper«thtdoe eolleetlon of orer 800 named varieties. Drtw four new season's trees from tUe tnJqne selection, fill your garden with wonderful bloeins kbit «U1 fbiddm yottr heart* , We specify « selection of cii-frtf j Varieties »-» ▲sstnllan Beaoty—Rich Crimson Bardon Job (single) —CIoky Crlsnns CeroUse Tcstont—Rose Pink Cloth of Gold—-Snlphnr Yellow Dorothy PerVin»—Delicate Pink E. Veyrat Hennaaoe—Apricot sod Carmine Janet Spront—-Crimson Scarlet La Marque—Creamy White Climbing Mamam Cochet—Pink Marechal Neil—Golden Yellow I Perle dot Jardlns—Canary Yellow Refne Marie Henriette-—Rosy Red Madame de Watt etlllc—Creamy White Crimson Ramblers-Crimson Monsieur Deali^—Velvety Crimson Madame Jules Cratereaur—Deep Yellow Mamam Cochet—White, tinted rink Le...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Merino Wool Consumption. Expassion in Italian Purcharing. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Merino Wool tionsnmption. ExjmuIok la Italian Purekailng. Messrs. Winchoombe, Carson Ltd., report: —Confirmation of the general world abort* age of the better grade merino and cross bred trools. continues to com# to band. Only 281,000 bales of Bawra merino wool were on hand at Jane let. At the begin* niag of 1921 over 800,000 fables of Bawra merino were unsold. ■ The world'* con sumption of merino during the part twelve months has certainly been an eye opener. Inolnding Bawra clearances, well over two miHida bales of Australian merino alone have changed hands In America, not only is a fine wool shortage apparent, but medium to low classes are soaroe. Finer crossbreds are also in short supply. It may bs risky to kntioipate the oonrae of wool prices. Some Unforeseen economic circumstance may ari*e anJ apset all calculations. Bat in view'of the strong statistical position of the choicer sorts of. wool and the continued marked favor in which fine goo da are held, every reason exists to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?] A LETTER BJX. "Observer" Spiritualises. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

XXSSOiXSk O R LETTER BJX, $ "Observer" Spiritualises. To the Editor. sir,—Have you amongst yonr readers a phrenologist or a physiognomist whi> can delineate and explain Che wide difierenoe between two aaiieDces—one on Wednes day, the other on Thursday, both at the Shire Hall, Barcaldine P Wednesday's audience—large, boisterous, vivacious, and chippy; Thursday's audience— small, sari- , ous, nearly glum and silent. Entrance oa Wednesday—expensive; on Thursday—free, iititween the two audiences ther«K was a great gulf, apparently nncroBsable. Ob Wednesday people weut to be amused. They were amuBed. People went to lose soma of the dral, in lite, aod for two boon they lost it. Peopie went to see bigh kioking, and tbey saw it. That sort of ointment is a great curd tor fore eyes—try it. An evening well tspdut, 'brings a day of csntKnt. On I'buHtUy evening a nu was trying to talk 10 u very small andtenoe ubout something he knew absolutely noth ing of. He ban read what aumeoue else had wr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEVER NEGLECT A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

MKVER NEGLECT k COLD, A cold should never be treated lightly, ,4s it is always more or leea serious. Many people make the mittake of neglecting a cold until some serious lung trouble results. If every cold received the attention it should have the danger ef this would ^ avoided. Every cold •an be relieved by the me of Obamberlain's Cough Bemedy- A bottle or two of tbls re medy taken when the cold is first contracted will promptly relieve it, and not only save doctors' bills but much suffering and annoy ance later on. Sold by Hugh Savage and Arthur Parcel) & Sons.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

When Stomach Cries Out in Pain it's h eare sign thitbarfch acids ate attack ing its delicate lining, so making normal, healthy digestion <m impossibility. T« 6top the trouble— neutralise the acid by taking a little Bisurated Magnesia after me als and all trace of pain will disappear within five minutes. It doesn't matter a scrap, how many things you have previously tried, Bieunted Magnesia is the one pre paration that must do you good, (or it doaln with the cauBe of the disorder, Tou can get Biunrated Magnesia (ram any geod chemist and if you take as diteeiei tbsrs will be no doubt that you'll soen be able to enjoy the f»ood things of the table 'witboat fear of paio to follow. For yonr health's sake gat the produot that bears the trade mark word ' BISMAG" on tbe wrapper; whoo your stomach troubles you its Bisu rated Magnesia you want, and tbats word ' BISMAG" ensntes your getting it.— Advt. I'm just in the mood, so I'm quitting (or good I In the city I'm not in the boom; ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

" Most fit for your beet health and recreation." EMU PARK Central Queensland's Delightfully picturesque and Perfect Seaside Health Resort. WINTER CLIMATE INCOMPARABLE. -THE EMU PARK HOTEL. MM Always Geuuiuely{Comfortable and Acceptably Tariffed. 1 Ertsily accessible via Bockhamptoio. -<i^crE Exoellent TVaiu^Semce. Fairly good Motor Road. ■ j H. W. JOHNSON, Hotelier' Phone 8. At Edgar's Treasure House [ f Best Reliable Alarms Only! 9s. each gEvery Clock Guaranteed . Only Small Quantity at tiie Price. Iha Ghaapost Alarm Fcr^SsxYears. Only 9s. each. That Sore Leg It, does not matter how many yean -you hare suffered, nor how many so -called remedies you may have tried with out the slightest effect. If you still have .* bo re leg It 4a perfectly clear you have . Aot heard of Goanna Salve or you would ,'l«ve certainly tried it after knowing; the wonders.of healing It has worked. Hun ..dreds of others, far worse sufferers than you, 'have every reason to-day to thank {Joanna Salv...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Victoria Hospital, Barcaldine. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Victoria Hospital, Barcaldine. The usual monthly mneHng i f Vii-iorin Hospital, Barcaldirie, was held in !' <• i-cr • tary's office on Friday oveuiuic, Julv In, at which there were presont: — Mi »=-> ■. K. J. McCullough (Ooairmhi), B. I'• lc, i. L. E. Flint, T. W, 'McKui, W- Jhiu fc, i<:. Ii. Buxton, W. Mo iride, K. F. Lvod-i, <)>. Cook, Secretary (Mi. C. Lloyd-..'. in-> inn Press rep. An apology for non-nteudHOca wae re ceived from Mr, L. L. Ptareou. The minutes of previous meeting were •wad and confirmed. [ The eoreBpoBdtnce w«b noi vuluminuus tbiB tnoutb. Several letters wan lursual and related to accounts. The Home Secretary's Depart mont tor worded a copy of the Nura=g' new Award, taken from the Gaeette"—Tbe .Secremrv said that with the exception of the Alation there were practically no iijcreaatd. Tbe Matron was dao a eer^icr' inorenH^ (if ilO per annum under the A.ward, and it was de cided to forthwith pav tbe iacrwiEe.—An other provi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES & COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

By Feiiklanoic. A Warwick paper says that some Idea* may be gathered regarding the number of rabbits on the other side of, the netting fence, when it is stated that 27 tons of skins were re cently consigned to Tenterfleld rail Way Btation. It is stated that as an industry the business is an asset to the district, and trappers and poisoners are earning about £10 a week. However, it is just as well thai the fence is where it is, as those who would otherwise have to feed the rabbits are lessees of the country, and are neither trappers nor poisoners. While giving evidence before the Public Works Committee in Mel bourne, Mr. 6. J. Gilmour, an* ex perienced farmer and grazier, said, there were sot sufficient people in Australia to develop the Northern Territory. When the more favored farts of the continent were occupied people would drift into the Terri tory and find some means of de veloping ^at. Mr- Massey Greene explained a tew days ago why it was decided to Mil the Commonwealth woolle...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

if- -kcuOv naeJ. s&tZtfac&OH Thousand* of -miles of free-fromrtrouble tyre service i» built into every one of these dependable covers. For quality, value and economy they stand alogft Watch the tan on tht road and sou Ml then rtafiie hour "Railroad'' tupwtorftr and tervict are appreciated by motenife Brisbane House The Triaatle Tread Grips At Road The Perdriau Triangle Tread provides an ideal non-skid design^ The sturdy triangles effectively prevent either side or forward slip, whilst the unbroken traction surface down the centre of the tread decreases road resistence, thus saving Benzine and prolonging the life of the tyie. PERDRIAU STURDY TVDFO AUSTRALIAN 1 I J\ Jj O This Triangle Tread contains the same lubber compound as our famous Three-ribbed Ttead, ' whilst the walls are strongly reinforced to Stand up to the life there is in the Tread, Obtainable all Garages, PERDRIAU RUBBER CO. LTD. 217 Adelaide Street, Brisbane, and all Stab* \ FOR STICKY LEATHER AND OILSKI...

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