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

t LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. Jf rou wet" pWe to HP/? jusf right all the time time would ho little nwrt for medicine. But somis little *Mne i« onnstunHy coming ftlnne to tint us out of balance-exposure, rlmnep of <*'t or drintointr wnt.r>r, irregular moils aro little thinpR that. wtH at times upset thp bpst of us. Nothing p»rticu'»r tho matter, but wo don't f«>t ffoort. At pnch times the wise amone tin will Mre a few doses of Ohatn* horlaln's Tablet* with certain knnwledgrp that the* will put us right, rlffht nway, - Soldbf flush 9tv»ec and A. Parnoll A BOOB, " Try qb for job Prtattag.

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

Longr each anl XiOBTOBBACH Bl The intense heat vailed for the pastf along a etorm ion which left 83 points it locally. Scatter elsewhere, averaging Arrilalah had two same locality- TVjes points, Rosabel 125 To-day (Thursday) delightfully oool change in every w

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

-THE 'liter Misericorflle PrivateHospita The MuiBioa : Tie Baaige ' BOOKHAttPTQS. " JFhft'dam naimg and aooommodation. Any the looai doctors attend. Iter pertlonUn apply to Matron Sister in -ohaqre. F. CORY <& CO. AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station; Commission anc). Forwarding Agents. Hone Bales a Speciality. Splendid paddocks close to town tase to any tern cent for htm fit* Bale. LOHeilRACII. Agent* for The New Zealand Fire and Marine Irror «aoe Ownpany. O. Q. Pastoral Employee AhooibHoh fee,, etc., *a, Medcrafs Ltd., rocuumpton. ' ' Mwrahctnrera of the Famous ROSE BRAND JBiscuite and Confectionery Central Queenslauders I Support Tour Own Industries. SAW:j TIMBEB hyji^son. Felloes, Spokes, and. Wheelwright*, Material kept instook LwgeStoetaBKST ~ ««* dressed, ot all dBBoriptloo*, Order* promptly an&oacefnUy attended to JPM. F. ARMBTBONQ, M»iiifii linllnm>? Bun ~ Thos. Capstick, Land, Fruit, and General Oenlson .street, Rockhampton. fnbM 1086. P.O. Boat *70 &a...

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

JohoCumw NoUiy Pnblio. ANITAN&P Solicitors LONGK And I.O.A. Buildings, Queen-street- BRI8B

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

Australia. Pertb» Friday, i A Chinese named Ah Sam, aged 40, disembowelled himself with tbe blade of a safety razor in Perth lock-up this morning and died in a few minutes. He had been arrested for vagrancy.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

itfew South Wales OUQ- I Svdnev, Friday. | Ar they were filliug their billy-cans I at a ballast tank near Locksley station J yesterday Lance fivane, 35, laborer, . and William Fog-arty, 52, ganger, were run down by a newspaper train. Both tnen were killed. Mr. H. Mnckny, at the Economic Conference yesterday, definitely fore casted the closing of the Newc i*He steel works when present orders were completed until timecoaib urr teduccii | sufficiently to enable the Company to seuare further orders. The whole of! the coke ovens have already closed,. two oat of three blast furnaces bare been closed for some time, and the third blast furnace will close in the course of a week or two. Sydney, Friday. At the wool BftleB yesterday tho mnrkpt ruled firm at late rateB for all good wools, for which tbe American and Japanese see tiooB competed freely, the bet-Best demand running on fine comebacks, and merino skirtings cntioued to Oe very firm. For mediums and fleece wools the market was irregula...

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

Department of Public Lands, Brisbane, 21st February, 1922 ^TTENTION is directed to notice of intention to close permanently part of a road in the Parish and town of Alpha as published in the Government Gazette of the 18th Feb ruary, 1922. J. HARRY COYNE. WANTED. J[\ARMER capable taking charge camp of twelve men to cut and stack 500 tons or more bush hay. Wages or contract, or combination of both. Apply MANAGER, Stratbdarr, Longreach. WOTBCE. A MEETING of the Shamrock Foot ball Club will be held at De very'g Hotel on TUESDAY next, 7th inst. A good attendance requested. F. O'BRIEN, Hon. Sec. Barcaldine Rugby League. 'J'HE Annual meeting of all mem bers and intending members of the above League will be held at Devery's Hotel on WEDNESDAY evening next, 8th March, at 8 p.m. Business important. Large attend ance requested. J. McALISTER, Hon. Sec. cavvkgmt. 'JHE public are cautioned from trespassing in the Settlement paddocks and Lagoon Creek paddocks Trespassers will be prosecuted without...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The s.s. Taiyuan in Trouble. STRIKER NARES ROCK MUCH DAMAGE DONE. By Telegram. Townsville, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

The s.s. Taiyuan in Trouble. STB1KE8 NAEES BOCK MUCH DAMAGE DONE. By Telegram. Townsville, Thursday. | The s.s. Taiyuan, which struck Nares Rock, near Bowen, advises by radio that she Is quite safe and is anchoring In five fathoms of water off Stone Island till daylight for a surrey of the damage sustained. The vessel is reported to have six feet of water in the forepeak, but the holds are all right. Brisbane, Friday, 8 a.m. The battered and leaking steamer Taiyuan, en route from Hongkong to Sydney, arrived at Bowen yes terday. The weather was very rough on Wednesday night and fcnost of the passengers retired to bed early. At about 11 o'clock they were awakened by a terrific crash and It was at once realised that the vessel had struck a reef or rock. An examination disclosed that the vessel had been badly damaged and was making water at the rate of two feet an hour. The (lifeboats were quickly got ready for instant- launching should necessity arise. S.O.S. signals were answered by t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Another Coogee Tragedy Man Attacked by Shark. A Plucky Rescne. By Telegram. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Another Coogee Tragedy Han Attacked by Shark. -ooo A Plucky Bescne. By Telegram. Sydney, Friday. When 8ur6og at Coogee yesterday Jack Ganuon, 23, was attacked by a shark, about 15 yards from the ^teach, and waB frightfully injured. Seeing the straggle* in the water Jack Brown, a member of the Coogee Snrf Clnb, dashed into the nurf and reached Gannon jnst as he collapsed. 'Gannon WBR brouiiht to the bench by Brown in a terrible plight, being foar fnlly mauled about the body. He was conveyed to a hospital in a criti cal condition. He is not expected to recover.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Southern Sporting. Latest Information. FINAL ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS By Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Southern Sporting. Latest Information. FINAL ACCEPTANCES AND TIPS By Telegram. Melbourne, Friday, 10 a.m. The following are final acceptances for chief southern events: St. Ledger Stakes, 13 miles. Harvest King and Heir Apparent, 8-10; Furious, 8-7. .Essendon Stakes, 1J miles:-Eu rythmic, Wildun, Eusibius, 9-2; Da vid, Speciality and Salitros, 9-0; Tangalooma and The Rover, 8-13; Accrington, Amazonia, and Queen Comedy, 8-1^; Stare, 8-4; Sister Ol ive, 8-2. SYDNEY TIPS. " Pilot" (" Referee")-St. LED GER STAKES-Harvest King. ES .SENDON STAKES.- Tangalooma^ David, Sister Olive. NEWMARKET HANDICAP-Wish Wynne, Carilla, Eurythmic or Rostrum third. AUS TRALIAN CUP-The Rover, Har vest King, Tangalooma. By ^'Cardigan" ("Referee") ST. LEDGER STAKES-Harvest King or Furious. ESSENDON STAKES. "David or SiBter Ojive. NEWMAR KET HANDICAP.-Eurythmic, Lis navane, Wish Wynne or Rostrum third. AUSTRALIAN CUP.- Har vest King, Sister Olive, Amazonia. "Referee," Melbourne.-Melbourne correspondents tip- S...

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

Abo B&rrington & W. Danaher Mtxnbere of TattertalLV IMebane and - Sydney. 'Pboin- C96. . Registered Q.T.C. , Onr raputatinn Ptondu alnnp, for Largest loioiutt, I/ibeial Prioee, Prompt Settlings CairncM and Privacy. Starting Prioup all ev/*itp, " No Limit.' No ruply no businpfu'. Bnfflnent Address - P.ARRINGTON,. DANAHER, BRISBANE. - Stud fur Churtrt, Telephone No ?67 CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRISBANE. Boys receive*) as boarders and dar echolars from the age of seven. The School has an Ideal situation with 80 acres within 2 miles of U* city; excellent playing fields, swim' mlng, rowing and tennis coarts. Class rooms on open air principle The Sehool House is of brick; dor mitories unusually cool and alryi sleeping-out accommodation; eleo trie light Installed; dairy herd of eija^ft cows. Aj>ply ft>r Prospectus to \\. P. F. MORBIS, M-A-, Headmaster R OSSMER G' S Cordial Factory and Ice and :?old Storage Wofks, <4 ALAH .STREET, LONCREACH. Most Hp...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. fhe "Evening Standard" confirms the report that a crisis has arisen Concerning the coalition. It further states that Mr. Lloyd-George's let ter to the Rt. Hon. A. Chamberlain plainly indicates that he will not fetfnnit to Sir George Younger being spokesman for the Conservative Party, but expresses his willingness jto collaborate with Mr Chamberlain' and Mr Balfour as long as they are the Party's spokesmen. .Jhe "Daily Chronicle" says that' following Mr. Lloyd-George'g ulti matum threatening to resign Mr. Chamberlain and Mr. Balfour visi ted Mr. Lloyd-George offering the -{Conservatives' continued support. | Capetown, Wednesday, la the Assembly Dr. Malan (Na tionalist) moved an adjournment to fclBcnss /the Boksburg affray. He flemanded an Immediate inquiry. (Jn the fracas at Boksburg the fetrikerB' commandoes were badly touted by the police, who charged fend put them to flight. No shots tr»re Bred-) The Premier, replying, deprecated |he...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Value of Forestry. Timber for Houses. Railed 1000 Miles To Central-West. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Value of Forestry. Timber for Houses. Balled 1000 Miles To Central-West., "The houses in Longreach and the great beyond are bei'ig builr. of tim ber from tlie Mary Valley forests, in the Gympie district, ana so grave is ®tiie shortage of forests in the Cen tral West of this enormous State that building timber at the present time is being railed thereto from still other centres over a thousand jniles away." The Minister for Lands (Mr- J. H. Coyne), in making this announce ment, was not emphasising as he might have done that the people of jLongreach and other places are en titled to demand of the Gympie folk that they should preserve for the whole State the valuable State asset wliich it is their privilege as a dis trict to own, but he was introduc ing the subject of the urgent neceE eity o'f extending to tlie .Rockhamp ton to Longreacb regions produc tion activities of the Queensland Forest Service ol which he is the controlling Minister. "I have just received the report of the Direc...

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 , BBREAyEMENT NOTICE. .. Mrs. J. M. Hinz, H. C. Krinke, tM relations wish to convey their sincere thanks to the Doctors, Mat ron, and Nurses of the Victoria Hos pital for their kind and unremitting attention to their beloved mother. Also numerous friends for their kindly attention, expressions of sym pathy, and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement.

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

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If you were able to live just right all the time there would bf little need for medicine. But some little thing is constantly coming along to put us out of balance-exposure, change of diet or drinking. water, irregular meals are little things that will at times upset tbe best of us. Nothing particular the matter, but we don't feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put UB right, right away. Sold by Hugh Savago and K Parncll & Sons. R. PARK, Bookseller, Stationer, Newsagent, Tobacconist, BARCALDINE. Pugh's Almanac, 1922, 4/- posted. School Books and all School Re quisites. Latest Music, Songs, Pieces, and Al bums v All the leading Newspapers and Magazines. Posted any , period. Payable in advance. R. PARK, Oak-street - BARCALDINE. QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated under the Companies Act, 1868. < S=P5» Authorised Capital ... £2,000,000 0 4 Subscrib...

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

D. D. DAWSON & CO. Colossal Unreserved Sale of TIMBER at ROCKHAMPTON. UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE WAR SERVICE HOMES SUBSIDIARY DISPOSALS BOARD, The Auctioneers will Bell as above at Rockhampton at 10 a-m- on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, March 14th and 15th, 140,000 Superficial feet, in lots to suit buyers, composed of 46,900 rough Hardwood, 12.100 Dressed Hardwood, 37,900 Dressed Pine, 22-200 Rough Pine, 16,500 Weatherboards, 6100 Second Class Dressed Pine (T. and G.) 193 Arris Rails, 80 Dressed Verandah Posts, and Hand Posts, and Cap Rails, practically all first-class timber. Also HUGE STOCK OP JOINERY consisting of 90 pairs of French Lights, 81 Internal Doors, 138 Casements 162 Fanlights, 76 Stove Recess Sashes, 8 Door Frames, 43 Front Door Fan lights. Also a quantity of PAINTS and HARDWARE MERCHANDISE. D. D.DAWSON & CO., (D. D. DAWSON) (J. M BOVO) Auctioneers, ROCKHAMPTON

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

Anzac Commemoration. 1922 Celebration. The first meeting of the Anzac Day. Commemoration Committee to Con sider the celebration for tlie year 1922 was held in the Chief Secretary's office on Wednesday evening, Febru ary 8tli. There was a good attend ance of members, including the Mini ster for Lands (Mr. J. H. Coyno) in the chair, Archbishop Sharp, General Brucbe, representatives from the Royal Society of St- George, the Employers' Federation, the Father's Association. Brisbane City Council, South Brisbane City Council, Return ed Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League, the Caledonian Society, Chamber of Commerce, and th© Hon orary Secretaries (Canon D. J. Gar land and Capt. E. R. B. Pike). Mr. Coyne, in briefly welcoming new members of the committee, ex pressed his pleasure at the presence of Archbishop Sharp. He referred to the great assistance which had been rendered by Archbishop Donald son, mentioning that the celebration had originated in Queensland, which had set the example to...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. Brisbane, Thursday. (The annual dinner or the St. ua Biffs Society laBt night was followed for 8 tragic happening In the death M the President, Mr. H. G. Thomas the ?well-known Brisbane architect Mr. Thomas presided at the dinner, feat was far' from well. Later ill ness developed and he passed away Poring the night. Brisbane, Thursday. Kg a sequel to the refusal of the foremen's and Packer's Union to ffliwH: to its membership a youth Ksed Maroney, applications «tt made by Maroney thiB morning for a deletion of that part of the prefer ence clause giving preference to Ju niors who are members of the Uni on. Hig Honor amended the Award as asked. Brisbane, Friday. 1 The Queensland revenue returns,! issued last night, showed an excess! of expenditure over revenue for the1 past eight months amounting to] £925,929, as compared_ with £836,2821 for the same period last year. Brisbane, Friday. _ A. well-known figure in Queensland poli tical life passed stray 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

?»"m» mm.um'mmmmmmm mmmmu ?»' The Soathport School ! SOUTHPORT t QUEENSLAND Church ol Enjluid Grammar School (or Boyt Bnl HMtfi Cuts Hsracc H. Dibm ?.L.Cutkb. Balldlncs ud Onuft an tbebasks ot thtfcewrtUalHW"****** The Behoat hM . apleaiM Mrtl Omul. . The Mlfflip mrm ???»?< M IM " Home Brataa." . . , Cnlveratty. Comtnewilal, QMM ?ad JPrepomtotr Forms* (?lierlnl Form for bon gata* *«U U» land." . A A aapnrr.tr Julor Ilonaa tar batweru the acea ot ? Mod U. Ulutrated Protpacfeu aa THE LURKING FOE. Disease germs lurk in dust, atid enter the body through tbe pores. Bath duly with Kexona Soap, a medioated toilet soap that pre* serves tbe complexion. Price Xs. per tablet Obtainable everywhere.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Metropolitan Notes Brisbane. 27th February, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

;>OOOOOOOPO<XX : Metropolitan Notes x WW Brisbane. 27tli February, 1922. We have not had two consecutive (days o£ dry weather tor a couplei of months. Rain showers eyieep alon* every hour or BO," and the ram heavy, very heavy.)indeed, nical. Last Saturday and Sunday gave 2.66 inches of rain for Bris bane. Queen-street properties ar* n° longer gilt-edged securities. What With Federal Land Tax, State ^and Tax, City Bates and Health ana Water Rates, the owners are hard put to it. King's Pictures and the Union Pictures have run In conjunc tion, but now the shareholderB do not operate in the same hack yard. The Pavilion Picture Theatre, -which Was started by King's Pictures share holders, was sold last week foj- £14, S06 and within 24 hours a contract tor removing the seats, and convert ing the ground floor' into an auction room, and the top floor into suites oi of&ces, was let, and within anotUei 12 hour8 the work of demolition hatf begun r Before the war the place...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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