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THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita state literis mors est. BARCALDINE SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1922. Begin Now. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Vita state Uteris more est. 8ARCALDIWEi SATUROAV, MARCH 4.7922 Begin Now. L We are constantly hearing wails about our empty spaces aim tor the need of filling these spaces with white peo ple. The advocates Sc immigration have become clamorous since "they have realised that new citizens are needed to share our debts. They have talked much, but aro doing little or nothing. The British Go vernment has been assured again and again of Australia's desire and need for new population, and, -it seems likely, the Imperial Cabinet will take us at our word. Ministers thereof are speaking of passing mea sures through the House of Com mons to "co-operate in Empire set tlement and migration." The popula tions of war-stricken lands are tem porarily unstable. An English writer on TlusBian affaire, who re cently made a tour of the capitals of Europe, found in some of the con tinental countries, a yearning desire, on the part of great sections of the people, to get away from the fierce struggle for ex...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8TOVE8 ALBION DOVER No. 6 £6/2/6. No. 7 £6/12/6. No. 8 £7/2/6. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-, No. £8, No. 9 £9/6/ BOILER STANDS lOgal. 80/-. 12gal. 88/6. 14gal. 87/6. All other stoveB. ranges, camp ovens, galvanised Iron, nails. locks, &c Large Quantities dressed and rough pise and hardwood always la atMk at lowest prices. AGENT for the Emerald District ( hlch Includes Comet to Jetlcbo). Clermont &ncl Sprlngsure for the NON-PUNCTURABLE Motor Tutx«. a boom to motor car o truer*. hrow your pump away. No pumpl**. no tube trouble, Will run 100,0 0 miles. Send for price list T XX- SPENCER, Timber Merchant, E ERA.LD YOU CANNOT DO BETTER When Belling l'at and store stock tlian to get in tonob with us. We are in close contaot with all markets and can dispose of your fat stock to the ^ighest advantage. What about a trial consignment ? MOREHEADS LIMITED Stock Salesmen, BRISBANE. QUEENSLAND'S Chief Problem As affecting the Mian on ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Greatly Disillusioned. Mr. Hunter's Impression of Federal Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Greatly Disillusioned. Nr. Hunter's Impression of Federal Parliament When asked his impression after liis experiences of the first sessi<in, Mr. J. A. J. Hunter, saiS that in common with most new men, he was greatly disillusioned. He had al ways been against strict jm-'y go rernment before entering the House and now he was still mor.s against it. The Country Party was the only one in which true freedom of action was allowed the private member. He further said that members from far States as Queensland and Wes tern Australia were at a great dis advantage compared particularly with the Victorian members. These lat ter had their homes and business metaphorically on the steps of the House and neither suffered neglect, rn fact, it had been noticed on oc casions that a member would lea/e his business, come to the House, catch the eye of the Spsiker, make a speech, and get back to business again. With a Queenslander, it was good-byo to business and home. He considered it the dut...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES We will appreciate contributions of sporting items for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

SPORTING r.-,. NOTES We will appreoiate contributions of sporting items fot this column. The Victoria Amateur Tur£ Club races were held at Caulfield on Sat urday last, 26th February. The at tendance was good and 'the weather dull. The following were the re sults:- St.' Clair Trial-Burrama ronga 1, Thadalee 2, and Polio 3. Alma Stakes-(Rosina 1. Caserta 2,1 Sir Andrew 3. Woodclift Handicap--! Mufti 1, Earl of Seafield 2, Accrlng ton 3. Caulfield Futurity Stakes Eurythmlc (10-7) 1, "Wish Wynne ($-4) 2, and Battleplane (8-12) 3. Starting prices of placed horseB Burythmic evens, Wish Wynne 7 to 1. Battleplane 25 to 1. Good race Won by neck. Time, lmin. 28secs. Stanley Steeplechase :- Glenard 1st, Montrose 2nd, and Compromise 3rd. Hawksburn Handicap:-Rost rum 1st, DuhwII 2nd, and Blue Cross 3rd Races were held at Albion Park (Brisbane)' on Saturday last, 25th February. The attendance was large and the weather fine. The re sults were:- Fourth Division: Captain Vesco 1st, Saccharine 2nd, a...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday. March 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

J|y»TATItm [ CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday. March 3rd. The month of Much opened beautiEally i fine, and judging from tne thermometrfcal readings we are in for a spell of fine! -weather (it is to be hoped bo, to enable pastoralists to have good and uninterrupted Aearinga. For the three days so far as the month has ((one the average max. tem perature was only 86.7 dega. with' a min. of 88.4 dega. The rain registered at 9 a.m. on the 1st was 102 points; the wind on the 1st and 2nd was from the South, and yes terday N.B. llr. C. H. Pysh, 8hire Clerk, favors us with the following movements of stock 4)900 wethers, Darttaouth to Jimbonr, Q if. Bank owner, 0. Cameron in charge 1000 sheep, Margot to the sconr, 3600 ?heap, Coreena to soonr, thence to New etead, Keogh ft Bowe owners. - 800 horses, Julia Greek to Charleville, Gannon owner. {TheBO were inspected and passed by JUr. Stock Inspector Hawthorne). 3500 wethers, GaroheB to Charleville, King own «r, Darohe in charge. The Bailway Department re...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

1HHE)¥C HI All I SI fFor Better Quality) Manchester Values that must prove Interesting to Thoughtful Housekeepers. OUR MANCHESTER SECTION caters for the needs of every woman whatever her tastes may be. It supplies the wants, of every Household of whatever class, and is constantly prov ing its helpfulness to the Bride to be in the selectiou of her outfit. Yon may go as far South as yon like, yon cannot better the value STEWART'S offer. CASEMENT CLOTH Widtji Casement Cloth, 2e Cd, 4s 6d, 4s lid yard FLORAL SATEEN Width Floral Sateens, 2s 6d, 2s 9d yard MADRAS MUSLIN Width Tasseled Madras Mus lins, 5s 6d, 6s 6d yard DAMASK Unbleached Damask 60ioch, 5s 9d yard 64 " 5s 6d " 64 " 6s 6d " White Damask 58ineh, 4s 9d yard 58 ,. 5s lid yard 67 " 7b 3d " . 70 " 6b lid " SHIRTING 27inch Harvard Shirting, a real bard-wearing Cloth, launders - well, Is lid, 2b 3d, 2e 6d, 'is 9d yard ART MUSLIN Width Art Muslin, splendid valnc, is 3d, Is 6d yard' WHITE TOWELS White Turk Towels 38x20, 2s 3d each 40...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

P.O. Box 47. Phone 104. T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to R1GBY 9t COMPANY! Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesman BARQ4LDIN E. Motor Oar Available for Inspection. Purposes. Prompt and Personal Attention to All Bnquiues. LAND COURTS ATTEDNES -Offto®-Beeoh-streev, adjoining Hotel Shakespeare , H, MATTHEWS, Late ASHBURN &CO. t Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, AHAMAC. "Phone 44 and 62 : Prompt and Personal Attention to all inqniriee. Car available for inspection purposes. Land Matters a Speciality. Land Courts Attended. Applications Lodged. Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &o. Our Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly np-to -date, clients oan rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. P.l .Box 12 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School '(Founded 1879.) For over FORTY TEARS has provided the oppor...

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LOCAL and GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

( LOCAL and GENERAL Irtvera of dancing are reminded not to forget ibe Soldiers' Memorial Fund Danes in the Sbire Hull to-night. A cable from London, announces the death of Viscount Harcourt, triio was Secretary of State for the Col onies from 1910 to 1915. From 1904 to 1907 he represented the RosBea dale division of Lancashire in the House of Commons. He was for ? number of years First Commissioner of Works. As the result of an argument at the meeting of the Longreach Shire Council on Thursday between Coun cillor Petersen and the Clerk (MT. S. C. 0. Jessop), Mr. Petersen called at the Shire Council office Ton Friday. An argument took place in courM of which Mr. W. Petersen called tne Clerk a liar. The Cleric immediately uppercut Mr. Petersen on the jaw. narrowly missing B knockout. The Chairman, Mr. T. F- Barker, stepped between the hellf irorents and stopped further hostili ties. Tonr snrpnrt to " ST\TR" .Iotjib mam tr>oro emplnvmoTit f.i- Queenglntiderp and prosperity to nnr pr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

THE LURKING FOE. Diseases germB lurk in dust, and enter tho body through the pores. Bath daily with Rexona Soap, a medicated toilet soap that pre B6PV6B tho complexion. Pricfi 1B. per tablet Obtainable everywhere. Highland Nectar IS STILL THE Premier Scotch Whisky. GUARANTEED 12 YEARS OLD. v « * % Procurable at all Hotels Procurable at all Hotels i WALTER REID& CO LTD. SOLE MEHS, ROCKHAA)PTON.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

L B. fttoson otery Pnblio. RSON id Notaries, ; ?ACH. I[ SCH OFFIOB, i^hjch bas pre frtnlght brought 4 Monday night, of rain behind falls occurred boat 80 points, hes fend Is. the eld bad i 138 d Tocal 120. weather is an agreeable I Items. Mrs. Mary Ire, residing at with a painful he was having flat, when 3he iiring her left ulance bearers rendered first offerer into the meeting of |reach hospital ening fn the A. Mahoney lb a fair st ^ Teport and and ills red that' the smparatively aber of patt iospltal have Receipts |to £5210/8/9. for the last [tditure £5670 Bt year, and the year's falllng-off I amount re lents. The bd £766/18/8, In last year: lad been re Vnd to main endowment raised be lie fonds at The new ive shortly nmltted to (terefor. The wag adopt |rs was then lted as fnl J. Mc ev. Father J. Solley Rawlins; "Wilson; |Browne, H. Clark, A. "W. Rlch Brunner, J. Mago |vt. rep.), its for his a minute s showing bommittee of jring wresi ps was car B. C. if thanks to This was (w and' ...

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Gilbert and Sullivan's Quarrel. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Gilbert and Sullivan's Quarrel. In an instalment ot extractg In the London "Graphic" from the memor ies ot Mr. Henry Lytton, the Savo yard, whiah are shortly to be pub lished in book form, there is a re ference to the famous Savoy eepara tion. It all arose over a carpet This carpet, Mr. Oarte, who wks responsible for the furnishing, had bought for £140, as a means of add ing to the comfort ot the patrons ot the Savoy. Seeing the item in the accounts, Mr. Gilbert objected to it as sheer waste of money, arguing that-it would not bring an extra sixpence into] the exchequer. The dispute was a mere "breeze" to be gin with, but Gilbert and Carte each had a will of^hls own, and soon the "breeze" had'developed into a gale. And that miserable carpet led at last to a break-up ot a friendship. Sulli van did his beBt to put an end to the quarrel, but in the> finish he had to adhere to one side >or 'the other, and be linked himself with Mr. Carte; . - ^Phis . then, . "van . the sole cauee ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Sander & Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. Can be obtained at all chemists and stores. There is no reason for putting up with in ferior brands, because yon can obtain1 "SAKDEBB," whioh is not only recognized* by the highest medical authorities, out ie Droved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, the tost SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured for Medical no, under. the constant supervision of a medical man. SANDER'S EXTRACT is unequalled for oolds. influenza, broncbitiB, diarrhoea, fiatu lenoe, infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcere, piles itching chilblains. Mr. 3. Hopkins, Auokland, writeB'" I have used SANDER'S^ EXTRACT for the last 42 years with the very best result. Once a snbstitnte ?riven me. a larger bottle at eame price usolt^No good. Only SANDER'S EX TRACTS enters my house." NOTICE. W. G. THOMPSON, DAM MAKER aild TANK SENILES Etc. Etc. ESTIMATES given for Overshot Dams and By-washes. E^pvated fearth Tanks built to serve the purpose of galvanised...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Central District Sheep Losses. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Central District Sheep Losses. 1 A week ago we published a paragraph re ferring to the losses of sheep in Central fio'eensland owing to the recent flood, s»j<j Ibe " Morning Bulletin" of Saturday last. It Is estimated at 200,000, though it was admitted that this was a conservative eeti* mate. In conversation with a representa. tive of this paper a well-known weBtera putoralist, who himself suffered owing to the creeks and rivers coming down so .quiokiy, yesterday stated, that in the area between Longreach and Winton alone it is estimated that at least 200,000 sheep perished. As he eaild, the exact figures will never lie known until every owner ttndtere and counts hie flooks. and this will ' not be for some time. He considers that at least 400,000 sheep perished and that, if ever the figures are known, they will pro bably .reach 500,000. As be remarked, " when owner after owner telle you that he has lost 6000,7000, 8000, 10,000 and up to; 14,000, it does aot take long to r...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

I.X.L. Bakery, OAK-STBEET, BAJBCAIDHTE. Fresh Bread Etelireredf Daily. Bnim Friday. Brown Bread J P. O'CONNEU, BAKED AND BASTBY COOK, BAHC&UHH& Try us for Job Printing. O'BRIEN & CO., (O'Brien &Ao*ithg&te.) Builders and uontraotora, BARCALQINE. ESTIMATES given for ail ki&d< at Baildin^H and Repairs. I'ninttuK a<i«i t'lumblna also execubrtd. NOTICE. £100 Reward. <100 reward will be paid by the UIH derslgned to anybody giving PRIVATE Information, or otherwlM of any person, or pprsona stealing oheep. cattle or horaea from CLOVHR HILLS paddocks. P. CUBBY. Barcaldlne, September 20th, 1921. If you want a Gpod Buggy, 8ulJky, Spring* Oait, or Dray J. MUTTS, Mnwunt. General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, WHERE GOOD WORK IS DONE Phone 29 In Purchasing the Popular You are well Protected Every Pair-regardlefiB of price-is GUARANTEED not to ltUST, BREAK or TEAR. ' & Comfort in more ways than one, , Your draper ...

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Grow Fine Wools. An Australian Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Grow Fine Wools An Australian Opportunity. Messrs. Winchcombe, Oarson Ltd., Bris bane, report under date Feb. 23rd: Present conditions should convince Aus tralian eheepowners of the advisability of prodnoiDg fine wools.to the utmost limit of the country's capacity-fine merino if possible, bnt if situation and climate favor croasbrede, the fleece grown should be of as fine staple as circumstances permit. Last year, consumption of merino wool exceeded production by practically balf a million bales. Theoretically, therefore, when stocks of merino wools are absolutely exhausted, prices for merinos should reach boom levels. But in practice so such extreme development is likely to occur. Wool is bought for its ultimate sale to the general public as manufactured apparel. The world's population may prefer fine clothes, but nn economic limit exists beyond, which they cannot purchase choice goods freely. It prices exceed this Uiv.it, trade stagnates and eventually rebounds on the demand for r...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chinese as Meat Eaters. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Chinese as Meat Eaters. A curious commentary on tbe asBeveration' of the Australian. Trade Commissioner in China, that the Chinese are a race of meat eaters, is furnished by his own admission that in 1920 the importation of preserved meats into China, amounted only to about £116,000. The population of China, exclu sive of Tibet and Mongolia, iB in round figures 825,000,000, and as authorities agree that the Chinese are gardeners rather than farmers-growing wheat, barley, maize, rice, sugar, peas and beans-the Commis sioner's statement may be taken to mean that the Chinese are would-be meat euteiy, unable to afford a large consumption. Australian shippers will be interested to read that it " is a very common practice for persons to send presents of tinned food to friends on festive occasions, such as marriages, while travellers find it more useful and convenient to include cans of provisions with them when journeying to China." One conclusion of Mr. Little's re port would bu that uc ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Beefeaters at Luncheon. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Beefeaters at Luncheon. Tbe following calilo appeared in the Sydney " Sua ' : London, Thursday. London is laughing at tbe expense of tbe meat uij,Lits whom Sir JoB-^pb Cook ent(er t-.iiaeo yr^erday t>t lunoh at tbe Australia House. The Commissioner bad tbrw tiba of beef-Australia Scotch and Argentine on the t.ilile, wbicti Colonel Hoijben had privately marked. Tfa-t experts, who did but iuow i ae country rf origin, were asked to taste and place i he cats of bent' in ordet of merit, with the following reso!< s:-Four voted for tbe Scotch heef flret. the Aus tralian second, and tbe Argentine, third; and three voted for the Scotch beef first, tbe Argentina second. And the Australian thisd. The significance lies in tbe fact that the Argentine meat wan two monthB old, while the Anstralian was two or three years old, yet preference was given to the Anstralian meat, despite the suggestion made in Rome quarters that the long storage had resulted & great deterioration. T...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

INSTANTLY STOPS DIGESTIVE PAIN. Over ninety per cent, of those who suffer from indigestion are really suffering from aridity, and their pain results from the eCeots of the harmful stomach acid. To check thie there is nothing so effective as Bianrated Magnesia (or 'Bismag' as itB often called) which preparation positively givea instant relief, yet is qnite harmless. Dootora prescribe Bisurated Magnesia for atomaoh tronbles, hospitals use it and hun dreds of thousands who have tried it unite in praising it. This old-faahioaed produot is obtainable from all chemists in both powder and tablet formB at small cost, and it iinrgedthat, for their own protection, purchasers should look on the wrapper for the name ' Bismag' when buying. & SPRAINED ANKLE, STIFF NECK. LAME SHOULDEB. These are three common ailments for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is especially valu able. If promptly applied it will save you time, money, and suffering when troubled with any our of Uieso nilmeuta, Sold b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Jt is $ood Jt is a sure and ^ ^ quick remedy for p>/ manytfyings. iBowel disorders, Stomaed troubles, ailments of tie Scidneys and SBladder Wolfe's Schnapi Jt 6elpi in eases of Rheumatism. Jt dears t6c blood tdrougd t$e Kidneys. fDon't accept any substitute, you must get tfe genuine. yx | - . i There's Money in it! [ Golden Casket ? ART UNIONS i -ir eojay nr#rid-wlde rapport, .f Wtat in you doing in the nuttot 1 V 100,000 100,000 £ Add (L postage tf you P are madloff direct. ? .IS PRIZES 811 raiZBS 5 £5000 to £5 (Suttfoot to 14% Fe&wal Tax.) .3000 Additional Prin Money j And 1*6 More (Mm mw be In* m distributed in every Art Onion. ^ ? An Art Union Every Tuio Instil* / ? i at «/l IfcriMli Kooal imtb ? ibmw «t»r ftupi. ? J0e.:S. JACUSCN Agent B 4 It t, A I DINE. | mooBBM TO njBue Ke*nanUB P> ARCHER LUCA4 Manager. ? ? Szton House, Qnoca Qt, BrtUbmo. ? (?'?WB'B-a.aa'a.aw* ? ? LINOLEUMS are CHEAPER No need to wait any longer These are the LowesfPrices for GOOD Linoleums tha...

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Longreach[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Longreacl I An old lady na O'Brien, aged 64 West Longreach, m accident yesterday, an argument ?with ?ripped and fell, frt knee cap. The AH went out In the Sa} aH and brought thej general hospital. The thirtieth anil governors of the Lo was held on Tuesd Shire board-room, presided, and there i tendance. The mm balance pheet ?was cussed. The former hospital had had i Heht year-both the) ents and the time : been less than the 8 for the year amoun | were lower tha fw» years. The, e* 11.7/9, exceeds that o! £360/9/- more t ..ereipts. The nrin ?n -eceipts ?*ras in ,? ceived from ~ entert °n<?owable income to being £578/13/10 less of the total £571/14* ceived since 30th Jot fain the present rat* ^586 would require t : forp 30th June next, "'.edit totalled £3141 T-ray plant would and the hospital uraj an expenditure of £6( report and balance s' . The election of i nroceeded with and | Jows;-President, Mr Keon; Vice-President McLaughlin and MtO Treasurer, Mr. C. | Committee, Rev. ...

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