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Barcaldine AND General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

At a meeting of Clermont Dingo Board the financial statement showed a credit of £SQO after the payment of all accounts. Horsepwners are reminded that aomina tioBB of the B.C.B.C. Show Cornfed meet ing close with the Seoretary (Mr. W. Mc Bride) at 4 p.m. on Monday, Jane 17tb. In reply to a letter and sample of oetton from a Clermont resident, Mr. David Jones, the Government Cotton Expert, advocated planting the Upland variety, which he thought could be eacoessfully and profit Ably grown in the district. Lieut. McGoinness arrived per 'plane from Glenample on Thursday morning and ,encoesefally landed on the aviation ground near the racecourse without the aid of any ■moke. He left in the afternoon for Hamilton Downs and expects to retnrn to Barcaldine during the next fortnight. "Uncle" Johnny Shell, who haB just died at Kentucky, waB probably the oldest man in the world, Bays a Vancouver mes sage'. His record shows that he was born in 1788, having lived for 100 years on the same farm. H...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, July. 14th 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

CgiMWM.Onna. ' Friday. July. Uth 1922, ^Judging from the telegram is our exchanges there appear to bo exceptionally cold weather 'far July throughout the State. We learn that aa<far north as Innsifaii the cold baa been the - aaoat- eevere experienced for many years; , aamo of the oldest residents assert it was the »widest yet experienced fa the annals of the 'town. We iieve often beard the saying " As '«Maeafrog," and that tersely described the »igs of Oentnl-ITesteraers in the early of the week before we had b boo me inured ,to these spasmodic and disagreeable cold , mum. Sunday was a told blaak day with ! tittle warmth from a sun sklotng in a cloudless > eky. Tbe.aouttaem wind bite* through one -'and penetrates the warmtst clothing. Sunday ,, night was frosty, and the hardiest to crack 1. hong hardy had to confess it was a bit over Utt odds. The official reading at B a tn. was JJ,.7degs,, and this in a louvred box; outside . in the open the glass jras in the SO's. In...

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

C. M NICOLSON, Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen ARAMAC. flPhoneU • . P.O. Box Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries Oar available for inspection purposes. Stand Hatters a Speciality, laiud Courts Attended. Applications Lodfed. Mgni for Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Sheep Dip and Fly Destrnotor , Buzacotts' Ltd., Brisbane ' Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, J ERICHO. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &o. . . Our Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly np-to ate, clients can rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 18; Night, 21. P.C .Box 12. The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School N ' (Fonnded 1879.) For over FORTY YEARS 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. Finest Laboratories for the practical teaching of all branohes of Scion...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE [?]ESTERN CHAMPION Vita stae literis mors est BARCALDINE, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1922 Deflation. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

mnChampion VUa stae Uteris mors est BABCMJHNE, SATURDAY, JULY 15,1922 Deflation. The Queensland Government is now face to face with the Frankenstein it created. Tp placate supporters and to gain new ones the public ser vice has been inflated beyond all rea son, by the Labor Government, from the first moment it reached office. The drop in our revenue is so great, and the outlook so ominous, that the Government must economise, sack, de flate or reduce in order to carry on. The deflation will reach, first and foremost, those persons in the service who entertain the least idea that a change of government would be bene ficial to the State, and, from the highest to the lowest, the official, who has become obnoxious to any support er of Labor, can prepare for his conge, and say his prayers if he does not receive it. The FederaS Government has swollen its service quite as un reasonably, and with no more Justice than the State Government, and it will not be long before ft will be equally emb...

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

Sfciie Ball, Barcaldiie. mohiu* jbrlt nut Grand Cretonne Ball - Ib ad At BJ, CbtMk Prices tor Bart 0Mtonoe set and Best Onml SmOj. 9-2 PH«*: fltaflft 8/> Double 6/ St. .Fetor's Church of England . , BJMISKII* TOJEtSftfcY, mFm*. Mirnuinii MVfsM&nora In tfca «MT ■Mtaltf ».«• a.n. at -wkM. KotC BUw» •< Mm Dl» com. BK» P. SM^ WiM •Betalir «n «a**» Ml MM. nmuMf, iwt am. «mvs bah. <i»m uiii it Mm Ml, al I p.at 0,rSILrcSraS XiXiAB jjnmu. nsMi rueaar to fcl—*i aC S. Bafcrt Ofcarah Soldiers' Memorial Fand. AMOUNT of otto?* «t badlea Oommltta* (7S US l Tolaatary donatio—' Ona of £5t, on* ot CM 76 0 0 Foar of GO/10/. »m<IUI2 0 0 UK ot 86/6/, tbrn «K « 10 0 Otfc«r anwanta 12 4 7 »S2 10 8 PrMHtasB 1* 10 0 9778 0 8 AathflpMoM 27 • 0 Bcpeattae total to NMh 9110 0 .0 rt Is propose* to mak9 tka memorial ap to the value oC the hoping to react 0»« target ot SIM* M a final .effort. In addKkm to tha amaaata pre Tiowalf aoknonrtedeaA I hBT« to ack powlefee tfca...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] SHELDON'S PILLS WILL HELP YOU [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

SHELDON'S PILLS WILL HELP TOO - If you suffer witb Pains in ^oar Back or Sides, or have any signs of Kidney Trouble or Rheumatism, such as puffy swellings under tfae eyea or in the feet or ankles; if you ate Kervous, Tired, and Run Down, or bothered with Urinary Disorders, Dr. Sheldon's Pills for Backache and Kidney Trouble are the Remedy wfaieb will quickly relieve you of your misery. Ton can secure an original bottle of Dr. 8hel 4on'a Pills for Backache aud Kidney Troubles from all chemists or storekeepers. Obtainable ereiywbere.

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

For Inflnenca Colds, take ~ Woods' Great peppermint Cure.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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O[?]R LETTER BOX. Aramac Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

■Cfl O R LETTER BOX, rahric«=^ ® jVifM' Aram ac Hospital.) Sir,—Please allow me apace through the medium of your valuable journal to eay a few words in appreciation of tfae staff of the Aramao Hospital daring my stay as a patient there. I most say the Hospital Committee is well served with a woman like Matron Alton, who has euoh a wide range of experience of hospital life, jiad is a careful and thrifty manager, to manage their Institution. Narae Netter field and Nurse Dawson I mnch admire owing to their kind and pleasant compas sion—a gift that all business women and hospital nnrses may well be prond of, and T feel sore that their wonderful talents will lead them to a happy and a prosper ous future. While I lay in my ward, made comfortable by those kind people, my mind went baok to the good old days of '74 when I lay shivering and shaking, like a dog in a wet sack with fever and ague, alongside of a log fire on Aramao Creek. The only medicine in thoBe days was quinine and salts, whi...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A LICENSING MATTER. By Telegram, Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

A LICENSING MATTEfi. By Telegram, Rockbampton, Friday, 9 a.m. A somewhat peculiar case came before the Mt. Morgan Licensing Court when John William Oates, as attorney (or Mrs. May Maykin, applied for a trans fer of the license of the. Monntain View Hotel at Tipperary Point from Mrs. Maykin to John William Oasey. The «pplioant stated he owned the farm ture and effects of (he Monntain View Hotel. He sold the lease, license, far nitnre and effects to Maykin for £1200 in October, 1920. He sold the stock ior £270. He received £600 cash, the balance to be paid by promissory nvtoB. The stock was paid for, bat a P.N. for £162 2b. 5d.f due on May 27th lest, was dishonored, also one for £147. Mrs. Maykin informed him she de clined to pay any more, as she bad paid enough. In response to a request from Mrs. Maykin he went from Glad* stone to Mt. Morgan, and the first in troduction be got was a lemonade bottle, which Mre. Maykin threw at him. Evontnally he took possession. The only stock left wa...

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

ROCKHAMPTOtf POLICE COUBT. { Rockhampton, Friday. A tremendous amount ot petty thieving and pilfering is going on In JJockhainpton. In the Police Court . yesterday David Charles Maloney charged with stealing a cushion, Valued at 10/-, from the Ulster Arms - Hotel, the property of Laura Boose. ~ Defendant was fined £2 or 14 days. • It. was stated a decanter ot whisky • end several glasses were a/Iso miss ing. . Friday, 4 p.m. In the Police Oourt to-day Vera - Russell, alias Greenhall, alias Anzac Nell, was charged with destroying a mosquito net valued at £1, the pro perty of Barbara Oarnell. Senior Sergt. Benzies stated tbe defendant had been in gaol seven days. The did not know what to do with the girl. They had communicated with her friends. She was fined 5b. and ordered to make restitution of £1, in default seven daya. ! For a breachi of tbe traffio by-laws ex-Mayor Benshaw was fined 8b. 6d. He had bad luck. He was riding a bike and went round a tram on the wrong eido to avoid the...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Latest from Bockhampton, By Telegram. Rockbampton, Friday, 4 p.m. At a special meeting of the f ire ^ Brigade Board thiB afternoon the -.plans and specifications of the pro posed new fire station were adopted . with some modifications. The Secre tary wbb instructed to communicate with the Central members with a view "t>f Mr. Theodore giving a reply to the request from the Board for an ex - tended loan to erect a new station. Extensive improvements are being - «ffeoted to the Protestant Hall. These • are costing £1000. The weather is extremely caprici ous. In the early part of the week it ■ was fine and very cold; yesterday was warm and cloudy, the conditions being like rain. Warwick Armstrong, the Austral ian cricket cap tain, is due to arrive at Mackay to-morrow. He will be tendered a Civic reception.

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

A POOLING BILL Brisbane. Friday. Mr. Gillies announced that conse quent upon a resolution passed at lasr meeting of the Agricultural Council he is now having drafted a General Pooling Bill, givAg the Governor-in Councll power to create a pool for any branch of agricultural industry should the producers concerned re-i quest that such action should be taken. i * i

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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T. J. RYAN MEMORIAL. STATUE TO BE ERECTED IN BRISBANE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

T. J. RYAN MEMORIAL. STATUE TO BE ERECTED IN BRISBANE. Brisbane, Friday. The Ryan National Tribute Com-! mittee has decided to erect in Bris bane a public statue of tbe late Pre-! mier. Negotiations have been entered into with the distinguished Australian sculptor, Sir Bertram Mackennal, to execute the statue in bronze. The Government has approved of the static being erected in Queen's Garden next to the Treasury Building.

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THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER Mr. CUMMINGS REINSTATED UNCONDITIONALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

THE GOVERNMENT PRDTTEB Mr. CUMMINGS REINSTATED UN CONDITIONALLY. Our metropolitan correspondent tele graphed us on Friday afternoon as follows:—"Owing to the intervention of Mr. Charles Taylor, leader of the Nationalists, the recently-deflated Government Printer, Mr. Cummlnga, has been reinstated unconditionally by the Premier." Brisbane, Friday 4 p.m. Mr. Cumming, who has been re instated as Government Printer, re sumes on Monday. The Premier said that Mr. Cumming had written to him expressing his regret over the cir cumstances which led to the termina tion of the episode, and the Govern ment decided to re-appoint him.

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

FOE SHE. KELPIE PUPPIES. Good pedigree* Apply,, Dr. HOWLEY, ARAMAC 1-S ~~ FOB QUICK SALE. FOUR-ROOMED DWELLING with' verandah in tront. All iron waltal land slightly over quarter acre. Boild ing in good order. Water laid on* Situation, lower end of ABh-streate Price £170. C. LLOYD-JONES, Agents; b tbe Supreme Court of Queensland, RockhamptoD. In the WILL of S0LINA CLBWB late of Creek Farm near Alpha M the State of Queensland, Widow* deceased. JJOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that after the expiration of fourteen! days from the date of the publica tion hereof, application will be matti to this Honorable Court that Probate of the Will of the abovenamed Selina Clews deceased may be granted to James Meacham of Barcaldine in the State of Queensland, merchant, the Sole Executor named in the said WiM. Any person interested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a caveat in the Registry at Rockhampton at any time before the grant is made. Dated the eleventh day of...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Australia. ESCAPE OF DANGEROUS CRIMINALS. A MYSTERIOUS GETAWAY. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

' South Australia. ESCAPE OF DANGEROUS CRIM INALS. A mysterious getaway. Adelaidfe, Friday. Three well-known criminals—B» nest Alexander Ryan, Edward Watts* and Wm. Shaw—escaped in mysteri ous circumstances from Yatala stock ade last night, and nothing further has been heard of them- All the mei£ were serving long terms and are re> garded by the police as dangerous criminals.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wa[?]. NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT CABINET CRISIS PREDICTED Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

Nro South. Walt®. —oOo—— STEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT ..CABINET CRISIS PREDICTED Sydney, Friday. well-informed political circles are predicting a Cabinet crisis arising out of the failure of the Acting-Mini ster for Agriculture, Mr. Chaffey, to make available the report of Mr_. Mc Donald, Chief Inspector of the Dept. of Agriculture, on . the suitability of portion of the Murray River lands for wheat-growing. The matter will pro bably be brought before Parliament? j when the House re-asBembles next week. It is believed that Mr. Mc Donald's report will absolutely kill the Murray lands scheme generally. It is possible that if the Ministry M forced to drop the Murray land schema Mr. Carruithers, Vice-President of tlui Executive Council, will resign. H* has a number of followers, and his resignation would precipjiiate a ser ious Ministerial crisis.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CIRCUIT COURT AT WINTON. By Telegram. Winton, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

CIRCUIT COURT AT WINTON. By Telegram. Winton. Thuredav. The Sittings of the Circuit Court ter minated at one o'clock to-day, Justice Blair presiding. Benjamin Francis Bell pleaded guilty to breaking and entering the premises of the Winfcon Stores Ltd., 'with intent to commit a crime. He was sentenced to twelve months with hard labor, bnt the sentence was re dnoed under the provisions of the Code upon accused entering into a recogni zance to be of good behaviour in his own surety of £50. Arthur Gannon was charged with stealing 57 cattle, the property of Boy O'Sullivan. Prisoner was defended by Mr. J. Quinn (instructed by Mr. H. T. Weedon). The Crown wbb represented by Mr. B. A. Boss. After lengthy evidence had been taken the jary after a few minutes' retirement, re turned a verdict of not guilty. The Court officials return by to morrow's train.

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

Longreach Items. Advice has been received here that the Governor-General of the Com monwealth, aeecnrfpaniea by Lady Horster, will arrive In Longreach on Saturday, August isth. They will fee the gu|ests ot Mr. and Mrs. R. IB. Edkins at Bimbah during their day. On Monday, a civic welcome is suggested, at whidh His Exctfl lency desires to meet as many of the citizens as) possible ana all re turned soldiers. On the 22nd August His. Excellency will leave by car foj. Barcaldlne, Mr.' R. O. V. Horton has been appointed works overseer for the Shire Council in place of M'. R. Cdtauan. Mr. Horton has been em - ployed in Sydney, Brisbane, Rock fcamplOn, an^ has very good cre dentials ■ He was also engaged wltb Mr. Baird, the well-known surveyor f«r four years. Mr. Horton will ooter ujpon his duties shortly. Next week the town will be in the throes of the annual amateur celebra tion. There will be polo matches, two days' races, and an extra day In aid. of the hospital; dances and jolli ficatio...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INFLUX OF ITALIANS FOR N.Q Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 July 1922

INFLUX OF ITALIANS FOB N.<i Brisbane, Friday. "While the steamer Qrvletto yester day brought only eleven British im-j migrants for Queensland she had a farther batch of 113 Italian settlers, for Northern Queensland caneflelds. ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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