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

Ts/sfssss/yssssssssssssss/sssssssssss/yssssssysss/yy/yys/ss/yy's'rssss'sss' ' 'The Grip on LIFEBUOY SOAP The grip on health is strength ened by the destruction of disease germs- The value of Lifebuoy Soap is proved by ■dentists, doctors and nurses Lifebuoy Soap should be used for the cleansing of the whole house, particularly is it valuable in the weekly wash* KILLS GERMS INTBE^WASff TUB. _.;T'VJ&W*fi _ *" Vr.'f * • *r~f t *,p"' _ B - - u p #111 ^lih J^fHEN Us a case of getting "down and • tider," cleaning the silencer, Mid other dirty and disagreeable - jobs— save yourself this worry, exertion and discomfort. ^ttn^pomr Car im here—savtmg ym time andpossibly prevent the spoiling ofa good suit. Our rhergm fmraU overhauling and repair woik are must moderate. <DY€R & WHYTE Mechanics ASH STREET, B ARC AL DINE Phone 131 W. DANAHER. Registered A. ..T O. and Q.T.O. Member of Tatteraall'n Olnb, Brisbane Doubles.— v Epsom and Metropolitan H*caps. Caulfield and Melb...

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

A Business Proposition — IT iriti your interests to support an Institution established for the benefit of the people of Queensland ; therefore, consult The Public Curator, whose Office exists for your benefit, in all matters relating to the makittg of Wills (free of sha^e), Administration of Estates, taking over Existing Trust Estates, carrying on businesses as Attorney, lending money on First Mortgage of Real Estate, giving legal advice free, registering Transfers, preparation of Agreements, &c. P. W. MOLE, Public Curator, BRISBANE. Branch OFftcu at ROCKHAMpTOh and TOWNSVILLE, and Agmettm. of at! Court Ho n«t* In Qanffantf. ill. ry?1 Wtr *c */* f r Sneep, Cattle, Property Salesmen * .*v 'ij k vry flood Office * ^ TOOWOOMBA. Bumchos at: Dalby, Pittttfftrth.Oakey and Charleville Sin He Open Gate to TOP WOOL VALUES Fix the advice on At above bala in yout nemoy. Top vSr will find It pays to make those aix words yoar guide when forwarding your clip to nnricet. Wlnchcombe-Carson ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

flCrndw Vice-Begti Peteonage. THB PEL SHAKESPEARl Barcaldine. B. Anderson, Proprietor, none 10. p0' ®°*28 ThU Hotel is one of the «MMT UP-to-date MD COMFORTABLE hotels in qneensland. It to replete with Every Convenience conducive to Base ana Comfort..,. Under Complete New Management. FIRST-CLASS ATTENTION. Best Brands of Win* and Spirits retailed Patrons may have their Oar* Garaged and Howes "stabled or gent to flret'olasspaadooBe. q.C.T. Assn. House. A Home kmj From Hos» Marathon Hotel aramac. r. a HAYSB, Proprirtor Vlnt-OlasB Acoottunototlon. rfnt-Claes Colrine, vp-to iita attention. Baser —torn. . M W.D.COLMAN Olk-*t„ BARCALDIHE. Wholesale and Retail butcher. Offff.V the Primeat of Beef and Mutton eold, at prloes to suit everybody. Having installed an TJp-tordateBofngetat ng Plait and Gold Storage Booms, oan •ware satisfaction; Consumers waited o* daily. prompt attention to Country Orders. OOBNED BEEF a Bpeoiality. Quality guaranteed. barcaldine BBTCHERI&ICE WORKS Oorner ...

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

PLUMB'S 36in Cotton Cashmere, in shades of Cream, Brown, Nary and'Black t Price 2s Ud yard 96in Cheok' Tweeds in abadea of Black and White, Bine and Black, Fawn and Black 2s lid yd Sfiin Check Tweeds, assorted Shades Price 3S 6fl yd 40in Black and White Check Tweeds - Price 3s lid yd 36in Check Tweeds, assorted Prioo 4* lid yard 40in Dress Tweed, assorted patterns Price 6S 6d yard 36in Wool Gaberdine in shadeii of Jade, Nigger, Navy end Black Price 6s 6d yard 40in Wool Canton Voile, in shades of Cream and Navy Price 6s lid yard 40in Melton Cloth, in shades of Brown and Grey , Price 7* 6d yard 40in Striped Drefes Tweeds, in Nigger and Navy 'Prioe IIS 6d yard 40in Check Dress Tweeds Price Us 6d yard 40in All Wool Dress Tweeds, in Fawn, Dark Mastic and Nigger Price 11* 6d yard 46in Cream Wool Serge Price 12 s 6d yard 4Bin Navy Wool Serge > Prioe 13s 63 yard in Striped Winoeyettes, in assorted stripes Prides 28 lid and 3s 6d yard C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERSuAND BOOTERS, PARK'S...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

The annual stud aheep fair in Syd ney opened with a catalogue com prising 1066 merino rams and ewes. The demand for sheep of good breed ing and quality was well sustained at prices in advance of last year's average. Rama sold to S75 guineas, and the 8&les by auction totalled £10,064. Bayers from all the States and New Zealand oper ated. j |j Where are your fish yarns andj snake stories after the following: Among the growing herd °* town cows is one (says the Inverell "TlmeB") that apparently is gifted in a remark able manner. The other night this] jaa/ticular animal came along to garden gate securely fastened with a strap. It lilted the strap, walked Jii to the garden and devoured every thing edible (which means everything to a oow), and then departed, after replacing the strap nicely about the gate. Twenty-one marriages ..were dis* . sblved in less than two hours by Mr. Justice Gordon in the Divorce Court, Sydney, on a recent Monday. A re ' cord list of divorce suits is wai...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. LONGREANOR BRACH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

LOHOBSIXOB Bbub Offiob. (There is nothing 'wrong with the jreather during the past week, ex . jcept that it keeps very dry. Tiie.-e idoos not seem any prospect what ever of rain coming to relieve the situation. The stock movements for week ending the 10th July are as follows: —330 rams from Longreach tracks to Evesham, C. J. Carter in charge; 200 bullocks from Belmore to trucks, F. Rogers owner, R. Carroll iu charge; 1000 wethers from Rosa bel to the| trucks, Brumm & Co. owners, R. Barron in charge; 14 cattle from Blibank to Uacsland, Savage Bros, owners, E. Hopper in charge ; 100 rams from Longreach trucks to Maneroo, AJtf. & Q. Co. owners, Q. Cross in charge; 67 horses from Isisford to Longreach, D. Cameron owner in charge; 1600 wethers from Strathmore to Long reach, Denham Bros- owners, W. Jacobs in charge ; 176 bullocks from Strathdarr to Longreach trucks, Melbourne Trust owners, 6. Brodie in charge.

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

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 JO IY0U ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service] COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYB0DY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland. Mil K. Caiman B L. H. Peterson1 Notary Public. - Notary Pnblio. CAKNAN & PETERSON Solicitor* and Notaries, LONGREA CH. And I.O.A.. Buildings, Queen-street BRISBANE E. 8. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH L D.Q., DENTAL SURGEONS,| v Bolsoverstreet, ROQKHAMP TO and Eagle-st, L0NGREACH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bits From the Barcoo. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Bits From the Barcoo. The Blackall Public Library has been successfully started with Mr. J. J- Orr as librarian. The commit tee will take turns In looking after the reading room. The room will be open mornings and afternoons on week days, and if possible, a couple of hours on Sunday. Messrs. Kahl & Dickson, butchers, Blackall, were fined £2 with 3/6 costs for feeding pigs with uncooked offal. At Blackall Police Court on Thurs day before Mr. C. Innes, C-P.S., Patrick Francis Sullivan was charged with breaking into the shop of Wini fred Grace SwanwUSk, on the night of 3rd July, and stealing a sum of money, valued at about 5/4i Defendant was remanded, but was again brought up on Friday, when the charge was re duced to stealing. The defendant | pleaded guilty, and was liberated un-j der the provisions of the Code. ! After being in existence for about a half century the Blackall gaol has been closed in pursuance of the "de flating" policy of the Government. In the old days the ga...

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

The IMafches.— SCHOOL BOYS.— Barcaldine—Full-back, H. Peel; 3, B. Rodgers, W. McLaughlin, F. Bar ney, R. Charles worth; g, J. McLough lin; ,4, C. Mallory (captain); for wards, D. Thompson, L. Tooth J. Lambkin, G. Bunt, D- Colman. Blackall—Full-back, B. Powell; J, T. Geeson, A. Bowes, A. Marks, G. Barrett (captain); g, D. Shaw; 5, S. Pegler;.. forwards, T. Coplabn, L Casey, P. Wheeler, G. Pont, A. Fry W. Gay. Mallory led the local team nn to the field, and Barrett the visitor;;, amidst applaube. Barrett won the toss and played, from the hospital end. From the kick-off play remained in* neutral territory for some time, where Black all was awarded a free for off-side play. W. McLaughlin returned the kick. Following further play in mid field Mallory secured and cut in and then,sent to McLaughlin to Barney, who put in a good run, he being forced out in Blackall territory. The local lads now kept play in the visi tors' territory. Barrett relieved with a good kick. The visiting forwards we...

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

USE Little's Sheep Dips FLUID & POWDER. fe| ftrvaftwl tM 0hH hi \ Kmim mD Wrmift mnJ thmir ##f«. Lmm tkm MW cit • &*autitml rCXTUB fAHriCITlAM fkOH t coato.,** W**S,fHlfcP*CO a»-T H OOHPffi 0»*o Stmt. dn*hM». Station Managers! Why eeat _to Melbourne for yoar stationer/I: ttf, tbe "Champion" office (or your MKf lot of memos-, recatpt books, out lopes, o> letter paper. -STURMFELS LIMITED ORIKK STREET, BRISBANE WOOL BROKERS, 8TOOK A STATION AQE1MTS MARSUPIAL8 SHEEPSKINS TALLOW HIDES CoosiBn job Wool to BaHmbe. (Mm to Bona Street, and Stock to Newmarket LIBERAL . ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS DSKBCTOBS: *.T. STIRLING, Chairman, » pittsworth. W. £ MAOVEAN, «!• O. 'MOORE, E. 4. 8HAW, "AtOtaax," Wiaadn. "The tab" Marbango. "'Coemfai8leh."Bldsrold* H. a. WINTEN, "BoeaHrPtalni." OakcF* J* A. ARMSTRONG, Salfamnn. GEO* STORY, Manager. The Great Pour. KILTIC DIP Is now available in all formB, viz.:— LIQUID—Strength, l in 160, at 42/6 per drum; makes 800 gallons. BAR (80AP) FO...

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On the Ball. Barcaldine v. Blackall Barca Idne W a Treble. Some Close Games. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

On the Ball. Barcaldine v. Blackall Barca Id ^ jy a Treble. Some Close Games. at interest had prevailed for jjfime time past in the projected in tertown football games against Blackail, •which town this year was reported to be the goods. The first excursion train in the history of the two towns was run from Blackail tor the occasion, and was a great Success. The sporting public of the little township of Alpha were also ■anxious to witness the games, and s special train was run to Jericho, where it connected with the Black all excursion and ran as one divi sion to Barcaldine. The local Rail ,way Department advises us that the following tickets were sold—Black all—Adults 230, Children 60, Black all scour 6 ; Alpha 110, Jericho 43, Alice 2, making the total of tickets 'collected 440. There was also a large number of children under the age limit on bof *d. The Department also advises that the excursionists were by lar the most orderly who have travelled yet. No damage was done to any of...

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

/ you want a Good Bnirgy. Sulky, Spring Cart, or Dray )TO J. MJLITTS, BARCALD1NF, General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, WHERE GOOD WORK IS DONE hone 29 In Purchasing theiPopular 7£ust-Prt)ofCcrseis You are well Protected Every Pair—regardless of price—is GUARANTEED not, to RUST, BREAK or TEAR. & Comfort in more ways than one. Your draper stocks them. ■■i>auJ,aa.vrnrgi!<-gabt,l queensUnbs Chief Problem a! affecting the Man on the Land Is bow to secure a Plentiful and Dependable WATER SUPPLY Do not be lulled Into a False Security by Nature's recent bountiful gifts of copious downfalls. IiE PREPARED!. Other dry seasons will come! Take advantage of the breathing sP&ce now afforded you to FORTIFY against future possible disasters in the shape of losses of stcck and failure of crops by Installing—Now, one of our Reliable Plants, which will be your future insurance •gainst loss. We are Pionecra in the Water Supply Department, and are a long way in the lead of ou...

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Barcaldine Shire Council. £5000 Wanted for a Drain. An Intended Boon for the Sou'Easters. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Barcaldine Shire Council. ; £5000 Wanted for a Drain. An Intended Boon (or tbe Sou' Easters. < The usual monthly meeting of Bar caldine Shire Council was held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday, July 12th, 1922, the sitting lasting all day. There were present:—Crs. R. A. Parnell (chairman), A. A. Dyer, W- McBride, T. Hannay, the Clerk ((Mr. C- H. Fysh)j and Press rep. Crs. W. Ballinger and W. Price were excufeed from attendance, the former on account of influenza. CORRESPONDENCE.— Mr. E. Coleman and Mrs. J. Mathews were advised in reference to stock fees that the provisions of the by-law must be observed; no re bate could be allowed. Mr. L. Pearson was advised that in reference to Drover Skinner crbss ihg the reserve without giving notice, , the matter had been placed in the solicitor's hands before the apology .was received, and Mr. R. J- McCul lough's tee of 10/6 must be paid. Mr. M. Adams, Sherwood, was ad vised that his claim of £2 for burn ing two head of stock two...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT DENOUNCED. BOCKHAMPTON PUBLIC SERVICE UNIONISTS. THE PROPOSED WAGES REDUCTION. Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

THE GOVERNMENT DENOUNCED. BOCKHAMPTON public SBR7ICE unionists. the proposed wages reduc tion.. Bockbampton, Friday. Dissatisfactiou among Public Ser vice employees at the proposed wage cat culminated in a mass meeting of unionists being held in the TradeB Hall last night, when the Government was vigorously denonnoed. The meeting unanimously passed the following resolntion : " That this meeting of all branches of the Public Service in Bockb&mpton is bitterly -disappointed at the Government's action in forcing them to the Arbitra tion Court to reduce wages and salar ies, particularly towards employees on a minimum wage, and it requests tbe Government, before finally pressing for a reduction of its own servants, to again reconsider the question with a view to its withdrawing, or, at least, to stop any reduction of its employees on tbe minimum wage, as it iB unwar ranted and unjustifiable and against be best ideals of the Labor movement and in tbe event of the foregoing not bei...

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

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything f Save you anything to sell P Have you lost or fouud something P Meutrngti, &c. Advertisements in this column at special ntoB for CASH strictly in advance. It booked ordinary oasual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4 ■very additional eight wprds... 1/- 1/3 1/0 F. T. MoDONALD. Saddler ana Har aeu Maker, Oak-street, Barcaldine. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone lit G- SEAL, station oven bunder. Ad dress: Post Office, Longreach. HAND-MADE fruit aoid flowers; hat and belt sprays. Apply—Miss PLUMB, Mr-street, Barcaldine. 9-2 ■WANTED position governess to small children by young lady well educated. Apply, "N.K." this office. MJEEABIT HOOT5I.— Guaranteed Para. 71b. tins, 6/-> 141b lias, 10/-. lAtgar quantities required. C. Llayd-JoneB, Agent 0 I CfellflKI TOWJf OABTJiE Ao. w» unnun Barcaldine Furniture cemoved eareiully. Moderate Pri...

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

TRESPASS NOTICE L-l i ALL persons found trespassing or cutting fences on Knocknanny and Clover Hills will be prosecuted. J. LYNCH, Manager. Isisford Shire Council. RANTED for the above a ganger to take charge of road camp. Award wages, permanent work for good man. Applicants to state when they are prepared to start work. A. SCOTT, Clerk. Isisford, July 14th. Lawrence I Goodrich, Bolsover-sf, ROCKHftMPTON. Agents for— Douglas Motor Cycles Henderson four cylinder electrical equipped motor cycle. Chandler and Cleveland six cylinder motor cars. Write for catalogues and prices, cash or easy terms. A. P. Greenfield & Co. Ltd, OPTOMETRISTS, Established over thirty-five years, I 189-191 George-Street, Brisbane WILL PBOFESSIONALLY VISIT BABCALDEVE WEDNESDAY 2nd, until 1 p.m. THURSDAY 3rd August, send may be consulted at their private rooms In Shakespeare Hotel. The largest and most up-to-date lens-grinding and spectacle-making workshop in the State. For Chronic Che»t Complaints Woods...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Try the "Champion" ooluonp, for yotir'AdT«rtlMm«it-<4e- wi)t pay JOB. Fin letterheads, Idmdoi, ■ ada, ta&i, ctrfcnlars; dodge ra, fie-. ry tha "ChitinpW»t";01Be«i.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 6th July, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Metropolitan Notes x — xxxx (XX Brisbane, 6th July, 1922. There is a National plebiscite in process for tlie selection of a candi date to run for the Brisbane State Beat. Brisbane Mayor Diddams was forbidden by his doctor to nominate on the ground of ill-health, so only two came forward, Colonel Nolobs and Solicitor Crawford. Nobbs -won his promotion on the SeJ^ of battle dur ing the war in Prance, and 1b an estimable business man, a partner in the land and estate business of Ulock sidge, Ferguson & Co., but he is new to public speaking, and will make a • good man—in time- Crawford is not a very amiably disposed man as he suffers from nerves, and carries into these affairs his best (or worst) police court demeanouir. But all the same he is expected to win the plebiscite. Latest news, the returning officer re fuses to couht the ballot papers. Then, In j^he real {gallop for the stakes, Kirwan should ab6ut win, un less the fight becomes a sectarian . issue and nothing else. We ...

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

FEANK E. HALL BAROALDINE, MOTOR OARS rnms. Two 6-Cylinder Bricks at your disposal. Phone 78. o .•.marE^ Agent for Howard's "TricJiph" Motor Oyole, " Bover" Oyole and Sw'ries United States Motor Tyres, Eto. Its* Baroaldine Agent for— The Celebrated BUICK CAES. MOTOR CAR 5?rre FOB Prompt Attention King up 'Phone I 101. DAY OK NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor,' " Killatney Villa," Initb Barcaldine. " KENILWOETH," Private Hospital, . Maple and Aoaoza-streets BAROALDINE. —Outside Comb Attenfled. For particulars and terras apply to— Phone 81. RTJBF GREEN, A.T.NA ' The People's Cash Store I A8H.8TP.EEr (opposite OU'leograph), BAftGAjbDlSrs. | For^your order for | OBOGBB1EH or PBOOVCfi Ring PHONE 83. 1 B. 2C. 0TJI2T1T, Proprietor. j^ustralian JJutuai provident wiifiMOOIETY. I A. H. PEARSON^ District Representative. (Address—c/o W.|L. Walker,; BAROALDINE. HAfiHY BUfiGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR. BARCALDINE. Full range ef materials In stock to I select Irem. Tour own materials made up. CLEANING a...

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

MODERN MACHINERY is the Titan which lowers costs in mating B. & B. Newstead Homes Ready-to-Erect, The above pictures portion of the giant New-stead power plant. Note the height of man against the great 12 feet diameter fly wheel. Steam is supplied by a Babcock boiler—die best in the world. Modern methods make Newstead Homes cost less. WRITE FOR PLANS AND PRICKS. Thb Fine jf Home ' ' £431 READY TO ERECT The j Maranoa £431 READY TO ERECT Newstead Homes are sold for Cash oc on the Extended Payment Plan. Series 1

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