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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

A DENTAL LUXUBT. PLAZA TOOTH PASTE. Restores the Natural Beauty to the Teetb. Good teeth deserves good care. B&dieeth demand careful attention. Only the best Dentriflce is " Good enough." Plaza Tooth Paste gives the best results, Preserves the teeth and makes tbem white. The gums beoome healthily pink. There is no excuse for decay When the Teeth are Plwa cleansed. A clean mouth means better digeeUon. Better digestion means better health. Plaza is daintily perfumed. And of the best Ingredients, sci«ntificaUy ooenbined, So that there is no better Tooth Paste tnade Than the Plaaa de Luxe Preparation. Plaza Tooth Paste. Price, Is. 8d. Utge tube. Obtainable everywhere. GRAHAM'S BARSAPAE1LLA and POTASS is a great Blood Medi cine. It Prevents and Cores Boils, Blotches, Ac. A few doses will mak» on feel like a new being and gives yon a clear complexion. Prioo,8/6

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Shire Councll. Pablic Notice. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Barcaldlne Shire Council. Pabllc Wotice. IT Is, by order of the Barcaldlne Shire CouncllJ hereby declared that there Is an inadequate quantity of water for the full supply of con sumers^ for otfae,. than domestic pur poses. It Is therefore necessary to limit the consumption of such water. On and after this date the use of water for gardening purposes is per mitted between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. and between the hours ot 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Clause 14 and 15 of By-Law 20 pro vides that any person creating a breach of these By-Laws will be liable to a penalty of £5 and may have the supply of water cut off from the P1*" mlses. The Engineer is authorised to take the necessary action for the en forcement of these By-Laws. By Order, C. H. FTSH, Shire Clerk Shire Chambers, I 14th Novemberj 1921.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board. Additional Equipment to be Obtained. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board. Additional Equipment to be Obtained. !4. apeCial meeting of Barcaldine Fire Brigade Board was held at the Shire Hall on Friday, February 10th, at Which there were present:—Messrs R. A. Parnell (chairman), A. A. Dyer. R. Park, J. Meacham, T. J• O'Connell, the Secretary (Mr. W. Lennon) and Press rep Messrs- H. Williams and E. S- Vale were present by invitation. The principal business was to select a Deputy Chief in place of Mr (Williams, who had accepted the posi tion of Chief. Mr. Vale had Written the fioard at some length explaining that he thought he could be of more service to the Brigade as turncock, but he was in the brands of the Board- The letter written by Mr. Vale tor a previous meeting was again read- It appears there are some eleven valves to manipulate in case of a big fire in the business portion of the town,'and it appears Mr. Vale, who has had six or eight years' ex perience. knows every valve, and as he said in big letter a fire doesn't ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mosquito Extermination. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Mosquito Extermination, Says the Soma " Star" of fast Safari ay:— The Roma Town Council has decided to iu oraase the health rate by a penny in the £1 for the purpose of raiding funds to curry out mosquito, extermination It is anti cipated the' rate will bring in £100 a year, and with this earn the Council intends to start at the root of the evil—the breeding grouiids— by cleaning ont drains and filling np stagnant waterboles. Mosquitoes bare certainly been a most annoying pest tbis summer, and the Conncil will have the general bupport of residents in their cam paign. No one is eo optitnietio as to hope that the town will be rid of the pest by the expenditure of £400, but some of the breed* ing places can be destroyed for that sum, the nuisance thereby minimised, and gradu ally the mosquito irritation may be reduoed to a minimum. The council is unfortunate in having to undertake the work after its initiation by a sinoe defunct body, which caused householders a largely unnecessary exp...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

•» iA me , <£J;A<cu& ttii&tl all trtfu/R Jft&cuvt fjj&tjfai cuvcC {iriuU Aooe £cvc V- &* yoAift Hfoeutd Cbtot/teuh, ire Sneep, Cattle, Horse and Property {Salesmen . & CO. Bead Office: „ „ TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charlevil© II7AAI may altar in qnallty and value aa a result of chatir «Mf I II II . in* aeasona and demand. But th* grower who Axm , this name In hl« bmsAWE*" WkidiMBB^ Canon Ltd. Ml that the attention It la «H|r m swuegr grwi(w« constantly nwv —Mttiia.1i Hem good asr Mtis at top wurint rata* Ltd* Brobane. ^1— I hoNp.1018 ROBERTSON & CALLAGHAN, East-street, ROCKHAMPTON. otai Better Grade Footwear. For all tbo Latest Lines in Sno Buck. Patent, Suede in Tie, Oxford and Court. We would ask you to write us stating your requirements and we will do the. rest, * SPECIAL LINE —Re-covering your evening shone with any material ygu fuuey. Boot Repairing* and Making. Send along y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Under Vioe-] Patronage. TECjE3 gBTEL SHMtSmnt Barcaldine. B. Anderson, Proprietor. nooe.10. P.O. Box 28 This Hotel la one of the ■OST UP-TO-DATE AND COMFORTABLE HOTELS IN QUEEN8LARD. ft to replete with Every Convenience , ooodnnvo to Bum sua Comfort•••• Under Complete New Management. FIBST-CLASS ATTENTION. Brands of Wines and Spirits retailed. patrons may have their Oars Garaged aad Horses ftabbd or sent to first-class paddocks. Q.C.T. Asia. House. W.D.COLMAN Oak-it, BARCALDINE Wholesale tad Retail BUTCHER. /\|ILT the Primeet of Beef and Mutton V/ sold, at prioea to suit avetybody. Saving installed an Up-to-date Bafngerat ig flaat and Gold Storage Booms, can aanneatisfaotion. ' # Consigners waited 01 daily. Prompt attention to Poultry Orders. CORNED BEEF a Speciality. Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE BUTCHERY JiCE WORKS 'Joiner of Willow and Ash-street Oavii SlftMw><> FBOFBTOOB F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS. Slock, Station, Commission and Forwarding Agents. Hone S...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we are now able to rednoe this line to post per free ^ M /IS pair Remember too our Special 214 JV This is the same good wearing. Specially cut EM. PER, OR, 28s Strapped Riding Trainer as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGKEACH

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

| General Comeots. J & —..-...~s3 It was announced that the Board ,of Trade would be sitting in Sydney to reconsider the basic wage declara tion made last October, and this caused much perturbation In Caucus circles. It also gave Premier Dooley a fine opportunity to do a bit of pro paganda work (in view- of tne threat ened general election) by talking to the gallery, from which locality the majority of the votes would comci Last October the basic wage for adult maids was reduced from £4/6/- to £4/2/- per' week, and now dame rumor got busy and put it about that the Board Intended to bring the wage down to £3/15/-- No self-respecting Caucus could gtand this sort of thing, hence the Quantity of hair that was being torn /and the large amount , of fire and brimstone breathed. Mem bers of the Ministry declared them-: selves opposed to a reduction in the basic wage (more vote-catching, be cause they must know that such is necessary if,Australia 1b to be saved from going on the rock...

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Barcaldine Swimming Carnival. Monday, February 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Barcaldine Swimming Carnival, | Monday, February 20th. A meeting of local swimming en thusiasts was held at Devery*s Hotel on Wednesday evening last, some fourteen gentlemen being present Mr. J. J. Lynch occupied the chain Mr. P. O'Brien, who was appointed secretary of the proposed Swimming Carnival, explained the objects of the meeting and stated that he Lad wired the Rockhampton Association in re gard to whether the visiting Rock hampton swimmers could1 stay at Barcaldine on Monday next. 20th February, should a carnival be ar ranged- The Association had replied the team would only be too pleased to make the stay. He, with Mr. R. M. Quinn, and Mr- R. Oilmore, had interviewed the manager of the visit ing team, Mr. B. Pearson, at the railway station prior to the tourists* departure for Longreach. Mr. Pearson said that the team would like to viBit Barcaldine on their homeward Jour ney and compete in a carnival on Monday evening, 20th February, should this be arranged. The team would o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hempenstail Bros, at Work in the West. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Hempenstail Bros, at Work in the West, It took a record flood lost week to stop Hempenstall Bros. Ltd. from carry ing out their auction programme at Longreach, but judging by the re port of the selling operations they made up for lost time when they were able to get going. On the Tues day night's mail train Mr. Edward Hempenstall left Rockhampton. After seesawing up and down the line for five days he landed in Barcaldine on the following Sunday. On Monday he had completed the sale and de livery of the Exchange Hotel at Barcaldline to Mr- P. Cullinan, a well-known business man who was formerly in business at Clermoci. Veppoon and Rockhampton. On Wednesday he went to Longreach to look into matters connected with the postponed sale of Mr. P. Considine's big freehold, the Longreach Hotel, and on Thursday Mr. Hempenstall was able to announce the successful private sale of the whole valuable property to Mr. J. A. Catip, our well-known townsman. Mr. Catip has had previous experience in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

&3.*±: 42/ "RANGER RIDING TROUSERS reduced from . 17/6 pair Your knowledge of value will tell you that this Is exceptional. Now is your chance to economise. Many •xperien'ced Stockmen buy RANGER Trousers because of the . dirt-proof colours. They like the Stockman cut of the RANGER—the wear of it*—the value of it. Olive and Khaki shades, soft suede finish, and cross pockets^ All Sices. ORDER YOURS TO-DAY I GUARANTEED WEAR IN EVERY* PAIR PIKE BROTHERS BRISBANE LIMITED

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THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARCALDINE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. [?]22 The Industrial Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est. BAKC^ 117-22 The Industrial Conference i | The reception that Mr. Hughes' pro posal for an industrial conference has received from the Queensland Labor Organisations |s very dis couraging. They merely followed the southern example- The chief execu tives of the Trades Hall Councils in Australia, have recommended that the Prime Minister's Invitation ' be ignored. But we should not be dis heartened, for it is possible Labor may have turned down the invitation, not because it is undeBiroua of help ing towards a solution of the' indus trial problem .but because it may not believe in the efficacy of the method. Labor cannot be indifferent to the danger of the present situa tion- Its leaders must be credited •With sufficient intelligence to realise that, if the industries cannot be car ried out in Australia because the costs of production are too high to make the products' saleable, the workers must suffer by less employ ment- Unemployment is rlfei in the ranks o...

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The Swimming Carnival [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Swimming Carnival { The programme tissued tor the i swimming carnival to be held at the baths on Monday next Is a very at tractive one- The chlet event is the Central-Western Queensland Cham pionship, 66 yards, tor a medal pre sented by Mr. J- J. Lynch. This event will be interesting and will test our local swimmers against Rockhampton's best. Fop the en couragement of the younger genera tion Mrs. O Devery, snr., has kindly donated a medal for the School Boys' Championship, 33 yards The other senior events are—100 yards and 33 yards handicap. A ladies 33 yardB handicap is also included in the programme. The Relay Race, Batcal dine v- Rockhampton, is sure to prove an interesting event Barcal dine will, in all probability, have a strong team and the Rocky boys will probably have a tough nut to crack. The Rockhampton boys have express ed aj wish to see Johnny Cooper in action, and he will probably be com peting in the carnival. Most of the local gwlmmere are also competing against ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

LONGREACH Horse Sale. F. CORY & CO. will bold a Big Horse Sale AT Iiongreacb, commencing on Mon day, 3rd April, 1922, when they will offer a Good Selection from all the principal stations. Owners are requested to book early. ! • F. GOBY7 & CO., LONGBEACH* Notice to Creditors as1* *T.T. creditors of Mrs. Madge Willdn Bon. at the Marathon Hotel, Arauiac, are requested to send ^ their accounts to the undersigned ROBERT V. LYONS, , Solicitor, Barcaldlna Tv na for M Printing, PREVENT DECAY. PAINT TO - 3AY BUT USE ZE'NIlTlH "THE PINNACLE OF PAINT QUALITY" WITHSTANDS SUN, WIND AND RAIN. Made in Australia. WITHSTANDS SUN, WIND AND RAIN. Hade in Australia. WALTER REID &,CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS,.ROCKHAM PTON.

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Alleged Abduction Vespermann Committed for Sentence. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Alleged Abduction Vespermann Committed for Sentence. Leslie Hardgraves Vespermann, on remand, appeared before Mr. C. B. Burcitfll, C.P.S., at the Blapkall Police Court on Wednesday last, charged -with stealing a blanket and piece of sheeting, valued at £1, the property of Benjamin Adams. Alter] evidence had been taken, defendant pleaded guilty and was committed for sentence to Rockhampton Sup reme Court on February 28th. Ves permann was further charged with stealing a blanket valued at £1/15/-, the property of William J- Coombes. licensee of the Union Hotel. Defend ane again pleaded gujlty afid was committed for sentence to the RocK hamptpn Supreme Court on February 28th. Vespermann was then charged on remand, with the abduction of Evelyn Margaret Elliott, aged 18* daughter ot Joel Elliott, of Black all. The evidence ■was * taken fa' camera, "and a very disappointed crowd filed out of Court," added the "Independent-" In her evident# Evelyn—the girl in the case—said her father had fo...

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LOCAL and GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

LOCAL and GENERAL. The cash, price of the 21b. loaf has been lowered at Kughenden to- 6Jd-, and at leistord to . 7 Id These prices represent reductions of Id. and ljd. < , ■ -O— The Borilla Sawmilling Company (Borilla, Q.C.R.) draw attention in this issue to their supplies of hard weod (rough and dressed) and also first class balusters. No order is too small for attention The body of the last of the miners who were entombed a while back at ,Mt. Mulligan has been recovered. This was the body of the 76th vic tim, and it was identified as that o£ George Turriff, of Woothaggi, Vic toria. It will be noticed from advertise ment in this issue that the date fori closing membership roll of the Prim ary Producers' Union (Longreach), and for receiving of nominations in connection with the Mitchell District Plebiscite has been extended to Mon day. 6th March. This action hag been necessitated owing to the impassable state of the roads. "WJe regret to announce the death of Mr- Francis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

A Home Afray From Home Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. H. G. HATES, Proprietor First-CWss Accommodation. Pirat-CJase CulsJne, and up-to date attention. Buggy meets all iralris. 'Phone 89

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Post us 10/- and we will tend you a bundle of 6 beautiful Towels made up as follows: 2 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 18 x 36, @ V 2 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 20 x 42, , @ 1/7 X Heavy Quality White or Blown Turkish Towel, 19 x 40, @ 1/11 1 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towel,- 24 x. 48, @ 2/11 (This parcel 1b usually sold at 13/BJ.) This offer, as you will quickly realise, Is an exceptional one. We were lucky, very lucky, 1n getting hold of a big Indent at "bottom-of-the-market - price," and we decided to use the lucky deal to ^advertise our famous low prices—for It Is ever our practice to sell below the opposition. We know ynu will appreciate our keen offer— 6 towels for only 10A-, and we guarantee that you will like the towels. We go further, for If you do' not like your parcel on arrival, send It back to us. We will pay return freight and give you a full refund. That is how confident we are that you will be pleased. 'We have a big lot of these towels, but a lot of pe...

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The Bit. Morgan Closure. Hen Accept New Proposals. Satisfactory Settelment Arrived At. Work to be Besomed in Three Weeks. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Bit. Morgan Closure. Hen Accept New Proposals. Satisfactory Settelment Arrived At. Work to be Besomed In Three Weeks. Our late Friday evening's telegrams the last issue stated that there would be a mass meeting of unionists in Mount Morgan on Saturday morn ing to discusB certain new proposals put forward by the Premier. It was also stated that those "in the know" anticipated that the mine was as good as re-opened. A telegram to band on Monday morning from our Rockhampton correspondent ad vised us "that the Olympia Theatre was crowded on Thursday morning by members of the A.W.U. who as sembled to hear the new wages scheme in connection with the re opening of the mine placed before them by Mr- J. Stopford,' M.L.A., and afterwards to ballot on the pro posals. The vote was duly taken and the count in the afternoon revealed a majority in each case In Iavo,r °r accepting the new log. A meeting of union delegates was held subse quently. and the following official statement was drawn up...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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The Flood in the Thompson River. A Great Expanse of Water. An Interesting Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

[The Flood in the Thompson River. A Great Expanse of Water. An Interesting Tour. In order to get a correct idea of the flood waters in the Thompson River a8 near as possible a visit was made by motor boat on Sunday last by a representative of this paper to seve ral points of interest, says the Lone reach "NewB" of Saturday last- Mr. T. Woulfe conveyed the party in his motor boat, the Peace Dove, those on board being Mr. T. Wtoulfe and his son Roy (engineer) Messrs- 3. Gleo-i son, A. C. Solway, D. Dent (press photographer) and the scribe- A move was made punctually at 9.15 a.m- from the Eagle-street, landing, and we were soon making our way up Gin Creek, which was one vast expanse otf water. Proceeding on wards. Mr- Woulfe pointed out the various points, which, to our unac customed eyes, were not discernible, such as the crossings, telephone lines to here, there and everywhere, most of them under water. He drew particular attention to his own line, which had been erected by his sons ...

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