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NEW SOUTH WALES SHEARING. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

NEW SOUTH WALES SHEARING. Sydney, Friday. It is now stated that forty-five shear ing sheds have begun work under the terms of Justice Powers' Federal Award. Several other sheds are ex pected to commence work under the award terms.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales A DARING HOLD-UP. POLICE MAKE SMART CAPTURE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

New South VTai<s —oOo— A DARING HOLD-UP. POLICE MAKE SMART CAPTURE. Sydney. Thursday. • A daring hold-up is reported from Ardlethan. Inspector Skinner and Pay master Leifferman were proceeding to Minrol -wheat silos yesterday After noon with £700 in a car when they were held up a mile and a-half from Mirrol by two men armed with a shot gun. Skinner was shot in the head. ' Leiflfcrman replied with a revolver, and the wen made off. Skinner waa sent by train to Temora hospital, where his condition is reported to be hope ful. The Ardlethan police made, a speedy capture, the two men being sodn placed in the lock-up.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE. APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE. appointment of director. Brisbane, Friday. At a meeting: of the Council of •Ycrlculture, formed under the Go vernment's scheme, Mr- !*• Mi®®-] -i-Pgflr of West Australia, was ap pointed director of the Primary Pro flucete' Association of Queensland at a salary of £1600. Mr* McGregor is 36 years of age and has had a wide experfenpe in matters appertaining to the position to which he has been ap pointed.

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ABOLITION OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

abolition of capital punish ment. Brisbane, Friday. MV Mutlan moved the seeona rending of a Bill to abolish. Punish ment, substituting imprisonment for lifp without mitigation. Mr. Vowles claimed that the tend oncv of the Government was to make things lighter for the criminal classes. No good reason had been advanced for any alteration in existing law. The Becond reading was carried by 33 to 30.*

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THE MAIN ROADS BOARD. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

the main roads board. Brisbane, Thursday. A staff of- about 400 Is now em nlomd by the Main, Roads Board on its outside operations throughout the State This total is irrespective ot men employed by local authorities on maiHtainance operations lor the Board Motor vehicle registration re gulations enforced from JWly 1st last vear so far have returned the Board a revenue of £4918. The police traffic branch controls the ,icen®!"B motor vehicles and drivers. To the number licenced is 3566 STATE PARLIAMENT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

'pringrime may beioo lataPainiNow! applied NOW will keep your home sound and weatherproof during the winter rains. By next Summer it wiil have become, as much a part of the building as the walls and roof are. It will withstand the action of the hot sun and keep your property up to< its original value. Obtainable from: llMibam fETB Leyland Qnr aP-U>-dati Jobbing Plant i»» at yoax AlapoMii. proofs oi joba »iM«f n dfcrti'CO—"O..au.F':0: " C'tlV..' Economical Transportation. JUDGED either from tlie standpoint el initial cost, or of fcost of operation, the Chevrolet is an economical car to own. Its petroi mileage is unusually high, due to the efficiency of its four-cylinder Valve-in-head engine.. Tyre wear "is se duced to the minimum by the balanced lightness of the Chevrolet chassis. * yet any Chevrolet owner will fceU you ficed to attain ttiis efienomfr I Howard Motor Co. Limited , BRISBANE You MUST Paint Unless you want decay to eat into the timbers of your home Unless y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

LONG REACH. JOCKEY CLUB. Begistered with the C.Q.K. Association.) SPRINGMEETING For CornM and Grsssfed Norses. Friday and Saturday, 15th and 16th September, 1922. (Weather Permitting) £250 - Added Money . £250 froqramme. FIRST DAY. First Race to start at 2 p.m. CLEEVE HANDICAP, Cornfed, of £20; second horse £3, third horse £2 from stake. 6 furlongs. Nomination 10/, acceptance 10/-. Second Race to start at 2.30 p.m. TALLEYRAND HANDICAP, Grass fed, of £16; second hone £3r third horse . £2 trim stake. 6. furlongs. For fioroes that have not won a prize exceeding £20 at time'of nom ination. Nomination 7/6, acceptance 7/9. Third Race to start at 3 p.m. LEANDER HANDICAP, Cornfed, of £20, second horse £3, 'third horse £2 from stake. 6 furlongs. For horses that have not won a (prize exceeding £10 at time of nomination. Nomina tion 10/-, acceptance 10/-. • Fourth Race to start at S.30 p.m. ROSEDALE HANDICAP, Cornfed, of ISO; second horse £8, third horse £2 from stake. 7 furlongs. Nomina tions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

O. M. NICOLSON, Auctioneer Stock, Station and Property Salesmen AKAMAC. Phone44 . , P.O.Box Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries Oar available for inspection purposes. Land Matters a Speciality. Land Court* Attended. Applications Lodiccd. Agent for Barrett's Arsenical Lanoline Sbeep Dip and Fly Destruotor ■ - Buzacotts' Ltd., Brisbane Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding.Agents, JERICHO. Engineers and Contractors, Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights,. &c. Onr Oarage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly up-to ate, olientB can rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 12 ; Night, 21. Pa. .Box 12. I The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY YEARS has provided the opportunity for Central Queensland Boys To «nter the aristocracy of Intellect, to seenre pre-eminence in Sport, and to attain a high level of Character. finest Laboratories for the practical teaching of all branches of Scieo e and ...

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THE PUBLIC SERVICE. THE WAGES CUT. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

THE PUBLIC SERVICE. the wages cut. Brisbane, Thursday. One question which is now exer cising the minds of many public servants 1b that of hours. Several month* ago the working week was Increased from 868 hours to 391. In vjew of the wages cut some officers are hopeful that the Government will order a reversion to the lesser wont ing hours, but there appears to he little prospect of this. The Premier, when questioned, would mlakc no statement, though his demeanour conveyed the impression that any reversion was very imnlikely. The Premier would (not vouchsafe atay Information when asked if the Government would approach the Court for a reduction of salaries of teachers and police. It was ascertained, howeve", tliatj the automatic increases will bo said I this year on salaries up to £300 per j annum, but nD automatic increases | on salaries over that. ( Brisbane, Friday, j A manifesto has been Issued by the. anti-reduction committee to all work- j ers,'political organisations, and union...

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STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, July, 21st 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

■STOEK i Station Obahpiok Oricb. Friday, July! 21st 1922. There is very little cbango to report in the weather for tbe put week. On fiupday, Mon day, and Tuesday tbe wind changed to the south, with the result of cold snaps, tbe mas. temperature being 70degs. on Sunday and 67 degs. on the two successive days. Then the wind veered to 8.E. and N.E., and conditions since, have been genial with some cloud. From Wednesday to Thursday 0 a,m the bar. fell to '29.1, which can be taken an favorable for rain, and tbe difference between wet and dry bulb was only 2.3degs, With tbe excep tion of Saturday and Sunday there was some cloud all Week, Saturday marking 4 {causing intending excursionists next morning to look aloft very askance), .andto-day (Thursday) 2. Tbe warmth has increased with the cloud, and yesterday's max. temperature was 74.£degs. and the min. last night' 41.9dega The wind is N.E. so there are prospects for some rain. Tbe average max for tho week was 70degs. and tho min 44.4degs...

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STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Te[?]gram BEEF AND MUTTON. INCREASE IN FIXED PRICES SOUGHT. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE ( • Queensland. By Tel gram BEEF AND MUTTON. INCREASE IN FIXED PRICES SOUGHT. Brisbane, Thursday. The Master Butchers to-day asked Mr. Ferry that the fixed (prices of beef and mutton should be sub stantially increased or the prices de- i Controlled. It was pointed out that at the' sales yesterday bullocks brought as mu(ch as £10 per head and ahecp 6d. per lb. On fi.ese prices they contended that it was impossible to carry on with the pre sent vllxed prices. Mr. Perry pro mised to Inquire into the matter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

P. & A. Society's Show. NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS ^^RRANGEMENTS have been1 mode to liave exhibits taken over to the Show Grounds on application to the Secretary. AH non-perishable exhibits must be delivered at the pavilion on MON DAY afternoon. Perishables will be receded up to 10 a.m. on TUESDAY morning. Exhibits received after this time will be too late for Judging. Pavilion officials are desired to toe in attendance as early as possible on Monday afternoon. C. LLOYD-JONES, Secretary WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS. ROCKHAA/IPTON. FORDE, DOWLSNG & @9., Denham-street. ROCKHAiPTQ^ Have For Sale: 320 acre farm, freehold, of splen did rich scrub soil, situated 20 miles from Rockhampton and two miles from railway and school, fenced and subdivided into several padocks, dwelling, orchard of 40 to 5Li fruit trees including oranges, mandarins, lemons, &c., fenced with netting, 90 acres cleared, 60 of which have been planted with Rhodes grass. This farm is perma...

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IRISH AFFAIRS. A BID FOR PEACE. FREESTATERS GAINING UPPER HAND. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

IRI8H AFFAIRS. A BID FOR PEACE. TOEE SltA-TERS GAINING UPPER HAND. London, Thursday. A statement published in Dublin that representatives of the Irregu lars In Cork have gone to the Free state hea&xuarters for the -purpose of discussing (peace has produced a hopeful feeling. Seventeen labor members of the Efeil EHreann also are meeting on Thursday to discuss the peace move, but the frreestate does not recognise this effort. Meanwhile the opposing forces at Xiimerick are moBt active. '* The" Freestaters are gaining the upper hand and have caiptimred the refbeTb chief strongholds and the climax is approaching. The Irregulars are preparing ela borate defensive (preparations 1 at Cork. Hotel visitors have been turn ed out and their . luggage com mandeered for barricades. The Irish Government,. In a state ment on the general situation, sayB the safety and future welfare of the nation .depend 'upon the power of the Irregulars being broken. Peace built upon >a compromise with fo...

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THE ESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY JULY 22, 1922 Wealth in Cotton. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

# ISMNOWMHON Vita sine Uteris mors est. BARCALDiNE SATURDAY JULY 2^1922 Wealth in Cotton. A vjsion of almot-l illicuit-oble wealth in coUuii-gmiwuiu in Aobtralinis being held out in Auht.niliiin circlet, uud the ■Governor-Grin ml hitunolt no leBtt baa given enthusiastic speeches in support of i-mriintf 1 lie new mriuMiy. There if in) need to ouce more emphasise the several sources of ulmOBt illimitable wealth that, tire lyiug untouched «t. Australia's doorway Great Britain st.eods £200,000,1)00 a year on the importation of raw cotton. Practic uljy none of that hat* Ixen spent 111 Australia, because Australia, hitherto, bas not produced raw cotton. But there iti no valid reasuu why a very lurge proportion of that £200,000,000 xtiould not be Bpe.it in Australia in the fatute. AuBtralia also imports some thing like £10,000,000 worth of manufactured cottou goods annually. There is no earthly reat-on why wc hhould uot be able to manufacture here all our owq requirements in cot ton goods....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

_ Jft Business Proposition , IT ia m your interests t» support an Institution established (or ' benefit of the peopleof Queensland ; thoefore, consult Ine Public Curator; whose Office exists (or your benefit, in eff matters relating to toe making of Wills (free of charge). Administration of Estataa, 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. Branch Officm* at ROCKHAMPTON F. W. MOLE* and TOWNSVILLC, andAfneUf Public Curator. at all Court Horn'— In QatmntlaniL . ,, BRISBANE. Sn^ep, C&tfcle, |i| § Jj I I 4 Horse ^arid ; g Property Salesmen m — Head Office. '■"•«** *" m TOOWOOMBA. - Brandies at: . JHUby, Pittsworth, Oakeyand Charleyille M like Good Stock Wiui,sp«d reiuha to Awptmwrtt' It (Mnuet returns. Judi aiaaaly catalogued, skilfally di (playact and accurately valued, your WMt yrill cb'ngl bands at blgbaat pmikk ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

Barcaldine. B. Anderson, Proprietor, irimw io ***"*' ro. Box see, This Hotel la one of the MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COMFORTABLE HOTELS IN QUEENSLAND. It U replete wfth Every Ooarenienos "onduoive to EaSe and Comfort..., Under Complete New Management. FIRST-CLASS ATTENTION, fiest Brands of Vinos and Spirits retailed Patrons nay have theft Oar* Garaged and Hones stabled or tent to flrpt-olass paddocks: Q.C.T. Ana. House. A Home imqr From Eom Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. a. HATBB. Proprietor Vlrst-Gl&sa Accommodation. Ural-Class Cuisine, and up-to date attention. Bugs? meets all trains- *Pkon« W W.D.COLMAN Oak-ot, BARCftLDISE. * Wholesale and Betail BUTCHER. ONLY the Frimest of Beef and Udtton sold! at prioea to salt everybody. Having installed an Up-to-date Befngerat ng Plant and Cold Ntorage Booms, can ' a wire satisfaction. Oonsnmers waited oz daily. Prompt attention to Oonntiy Ordsts. OOBNEDBEEF a Speciality. Qnality guaranteed. BARCALDINE BUTCHERY 1ICE WORKS Corner of Willow and Afih...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

S&XiZftu&CrH , B T of Jree-froo^-trouble tyre service isbuilt,wte> e«ry one of the»e dependable covers For' quality, value anct economy they stand, aloofe | _ Watehi fhe. car*..on the road and you will ihenrtaliu how y ! "Railroad "superiority and service are appreciated by moloritti '<f\ ' DONLOP RUBBER CO. of Awl. Ltd. Jfcxg IU. BTATCa AND MA "" Brisbane House : 268-74 A.ls ai s treet rK N6n-Skid Tyre 5 with1; an Unbroken1 . Traction Surface. |< t Tj^e Pgrdriau Triangle Tread, I differs from other non-skid tyres i in: tha^l the triangles are placed ft eqch siqe of the tread, ccjmingy into operation automatically: when ypur tyres strike hea$y> roads. $.11 the time, however, youw are running on the smoothtrac-; tion surface down the centre of the Tr#L PERDR |teGli TYRES I f'i i | The wew-resisting black tread istj | identic^ in its composition! with|~ the Peroriau Three Ribbed ijread. Essentially a service Tread. Obtainable all Garages. , ...

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NOTES COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

By FbKKLANOI*. CJiarleviUe has been enjoying (?); a. visit from a bush worker whose idea having a gbod time when he went id town ww to paint it red, break windows, and offering to fight every body, and needless to say the resi dents did -not agree that such pranks agreed with their -ideas ol what con stituted a' good time.' TSils visitor. Is a^id to, have .practically taken pos session of' one of the hotels, but the bad to.i pay,, for all the .^refreshments b£ eonsuUoed. t Tfce sergeant, told the if the taan wanted to 'fight every body, but [apparently Jibbed when soine kfdy expressed willingness to ta&e khg on as he ' gave another man a psund to. tftkq it pn. instead. of hlm 8 ill. in reply to aremark by the jp^M- Ifcat the'defendant; fmust ;1>e fOnd of fighting, the sergt. said he np»—hiid" s mania' for it, yet ,he c<}uia not fight at all. The man also bfoke a windtiw valued1 at IB/-. He imls let off with, ^. ,flne Of tut' It te sot said n*hether--the 'defend...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Toilet Economy. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

Toilet Economy. By Mimosa. My advice to smart women, who der mand the very best results. Is to let most toilet preparations alone. When facial applications are necessary, get only the pure ingredients just as they come to the chemist himself'. I will tell you in this column, from timb to time, just what to get and just how to use it. Do not be persuaded into buying some cheap toilet prepara tion instead- ..Any chemist can sup ply yoji .-with genuine original con centrated ingredients neat, both direct and by poBt. I can point out to you, however, useful hints which involve no expense at all. To Acquire Plumpness—The very test thing I can recommend is to ac quire the "milk habit." Drink at ilekst a quart of creamy milk every day, and you will soon fill out those senary lines. thfr jpair—Your hair needs the 'right kind of. shampoo to bring liack that softness land lustre. Get a package of stallax trpm your Chemist and dissolve a teaspoonful only in a cup of hot water. ¥his is plenty f...

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CABINET CRISIS IN ITALY. Rome, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 July 1922

CABINET CRI8IS IN ITALY, Rome, Thursday. FollowltiK a no-confidence vote. Milch w&* carried against the Oo. •rarnment by 888 to 108, the Prime Sinister interviewed the Kin? and announced the Cabinet's resignation. Violent scenes occurred between the SfescUts and Socialists, leading to •trikea throughout the country. The Stafectat* burned down the Labor ex change "at Novara and occupied their fSral's headquarters.

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