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

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT X We have pleasure in advising that we have -reopenst! in PARK'S BUILDINGS with a nice range of Ladie^' and Maids' Trimmed Millinery Ladies' and Children's Footwear Underwear and Hosiery Dress and Manchester Goods Gents' and Boys' Clothing-Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Boots, etc. Entirely New Stocks are Arriving Daily. C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERS AND BOOTERS, BARCALDINE.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Melbourne Tragedy Colin Ross Sentenced to Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

The Melbonrne Tragedy Colin Ross Sentenced to Death. Alter an all-night deliberation the jury on Saturday found Colin Camp bell Rose 'guilty of having murdered Alma Tirtschke on New Year's Eve Ross, who was sentenced to death, protested his innocence, and stated lie would appeal against the verdict. He was given a hostile reception by a large crowd oh leaving the court. The jury in the Gun Alley murder trial, after having been locked up all night, on being brought into Court on Saturday morning, asked for an other hour's deliberation. Thig was conceded to them. They returned at 11.30 o'clock with a verdict of "guilty." The prisoner, Colin Camp bell Ross, to whom the verdict came as a great shock, when asked if he had anything to say why sentence of death should not be passed upon him. replied: "Yes, I still maintain that I am an innocent man. Tf I am hung. I will be hung an innocent man. Mr Iife lias been sworn away by desperate . people." Mr. Justice Schutt then passed sentence of ...

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

London's Beauty Writers Selection from Noied Bbauty Ex perts Writing for tlic English Press. Simple and Effective Methods. By Olga Amsdoil, London, England. To £111 Roots of Superfluous Hair Women annoyed ?with disfiguring growths ot superfluous hair wish to know not merely how to tempor arily remove the hair but how to kill the hair-roots permanently. For this purpose pure powered Pheminol may be applied directly to the objec tionable hair growth. The recom mended treatment is designed not only to instantly remove the hair, but to eventually kill the roots, so that the growth will not return. Bemoving Her Skin. The quickest and surest way to make a good complexion' out of a bad 'one, is to actually remove the thin veil of faded or discolored outor skin from tho face. This can be done easily, safely and privately by any woman. The process is one of gentle absorption. Get somo pure Mercolized TV; - from your chemist and apply it at night like cold cream, washing it off in the morning...

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

A BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH. If; is anvthine hut plpasant. to awake with a bad taot* in thP mouth. This always arws from r disordwd stomach, and may be cor rected by taking a duo of Chamberlain « Tab lets immpdintolv after supper. Thrv clpanne and inrieorato the stomach, improve the meM f;ion, and e?rpnnp a relish for his.fojn. Th ar<> Ms? to tftk© plo»R*nt *n So'" by Hugh Saraefi and A. Parnell & Sons. Try tib tor Job Printing. ! j,Tv,- ^'Jjp Batteries of all Makes Inspected and Recharged LET us regularly test your Batteries and keep them in order, so that your Car tyiH always run smoothly. It is an important service ren dered by this (forage yet the coS is very small. DY6R & WHYTE Mechanics } ASH STREET, BARCALDINE Phone 131 A Long Parcel for a Short Purse. As AATTl Df\ u out to win witn sftuiAus, usual YYrllYLJ in Quality and Big Inducements. He is so far ahead of all others that there are times when WARD feels lonely, fie is wide awake to your interest...

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

1 THE Ab, MIAN ESTATES t HORlJlBE CO. L* BRISBANE Wool Brokers Stock 8c Station Agents Produce Salesmen Handy Saw Benches for Station Work * Will cot all your firewood,?do any sawing required from roughing to gauge sawing. WB CAN SUBMIT QUOTATIONS FOR ANY MACHINE YOU HB QUIRE, FOR ANY CLA88 OF WORK YOU CAN NAME. BLACK. SMITHS EQUIPMENT, WOOD.VfeRKING MACHINERY OP EVERY LBBCRIPTION. PLUMBING AN I TIN8MITHINQ MACHINE*. MOTOR QARAQE EQUIPMENT, MALL 8TATI0N REFRIQBBA1 '** OUTFITS. MOTOR ACCESSARIES, Ao. tl v Shall be Pleased to Hear Froa Yog. Drop a line to 120-130 Edward-St., 3rlsbane. THE ' NEW IDEA" Fencing Dropper SELF FASTENING 50 HIS OB CUPS SBQUDBD 50 FEB CENT CHEAPEB AND 1M FEB CBNW BETTEB IBiR HI OTSEB DBOFFEB OH OB ALL BADE OF SFBOAU.Y CKFOBXED SFBOTG 8TDBL DBOFFEB' WHS. WHICH WB GUARANTBB AMD STRONGLY RBCOMMWD. Six. Gaage for Stie p and Division Fencing. Gauge Length Bpaoinin Approximate Wdfbt. t> a ft et 5 6 6.8 6000 per torn C 2 feet 6 5 6.812- 600(1 person . Sic Gauge W...

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

Sm th$s$ IkUtUt © Awry it ItoMl Digmtoi MmI. WHO K BOSS? OSBwaeasiSi Can yon eatand enjoy a hearty meal or must you consult your atcimach first? By taking a Nhx ite Tablet after every a meal yon will be able to to yoar stomach. No need to diet; you can ©cat, enjoy, digest. and assimilate a teal meal if you take Noxfte. By rMtinjg nl tools* your dlfeathr* organ*, MMrant tag the Mcratiow nm m ecMwry, Nmitt MM ud wBl buiikjMrhdlgiiilMk Soon! Tru ? it Ptl~ ah puBMO* Jfowt ? * * There'« Health in Every Atom.'' # The State Government Insurance Office ^ transacts Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance ob the mod favourable termti FIVE YEARS' RESULTS Appradmta Amounts Insured &»?<?»«»?« 1,500,000 m- £3,500,000 Hmi OffiuP-*Pmthvg Hmme, Eagle Street, Brisbane. ?mAm afc-Wuwkk, Ijrwkk, Twwmfa*, Ronw, Kockbamptcm, WaiAaqu Mnjilwidl, Mm Mw^n, Tumnib. Calm*. Ajfriii fa j mm tlif ?ah«atd» St«U. JdmA. tVabon, C-mtoimut.

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

Muttaburra Hospital Races Friday, 17th Natch, 1922. THE committee of the Muttaburra Amcteur Turf Club have much plea sure in issuing the following pro gramme, and trusts that those who have suitable horses will send them along to be sold on the day o£ the races. The meeting is under the auspices of the Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club. The committee will take delivery* of horses after the last race and arrange for every care to be taken. - r £24 PROGRAMME £24 For horses that have been grassfed for at least two (2) months prior to this meeting. 1st Race to start at 1 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE), of £3; second horse I 10/- from prize- 6 furs. 2nd Race to start at 1.46 p.m. BROOKtWOOD HANDICAP, of £3? second horBe 10/- from the prUe. 4furs.. 3rd Race to start at 2.30 p.m. MEMBERS' HANDICAP, for trophy valued £6. 6 furs Fourth Race to start at 3.16 p.m. HOSPITAL HANDICAP, of £5; sec ond horse 10/- from prize. 6furs. Fifth Race, to start at 4.15 p.m. KENSINGTON HANDICAP, of £5; j second horse 10/- fr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Primary Producers of Queensland. The Desperate Plight of Central Europe and Russia. (By a Relief Worker who has just returned to Brisbane.) [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

To the Primary Producers of Queensland. The Desperate Plight of Central Europe and Russia. (By a Relief "Worker who lias just returned to Brisbane.) The result o£ tlie war tnrougnout stricken Europe is a depreciated cur rency, a generation of stunted, mal formed children, and countries of starving people. Because of under nourishment and over-crowded con ditions, tuberculosis finds an easy prey, and the death rate far exceeds the birth rate. Tii Polaud, millions of homeless people, who sought refuge in adjac ent countries, are returning to their devastated land and, 60 per cent, of whom are peasants without cattle or horses. They live in dug-outs until new homes are built. The majority possess only the clothes upon their backs. There is a universal lack of soap, and food consists mainly of grass, potatoes, and acorns. The Friends' Relief Mission (Quakers), which is doing voluntary reconstruc tion work throughout these countries, has sent an urgent appeal to Aus tralia for wool so th...

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

BE ran. When you art for a bottle of Chnm'>T!«fn'« Holic Mid DltKrhnn* rtn rot ntln»r Hip rtnulnr tn ««M twu n «nh«Htirt». Ro firm in ronr rnrvinMnrt fVinr#* ?? hnt,i:np «o pnnrt rhf« mnrticlro li«n HRT TPATRRT in ".» n»*»f IPWPTC find dunpormi" 'Wi nf rrimm, rn'Ir, Mir i?inrrhn*a. and upvpt b*Pn frnown fn Ml. Solrt "by TTueh Ravapp and A. Purnell & ?tOBB.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Recent Publications. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Recent Publications. "My Magaiine" for January Is right up to the standard of this popular publication- Edited by Arthur Mee, the widely-known writer, the issue under notice contains the u$ial budget of educational letterpress and illustration. The photogravure section comprises a beautiful series of presentments of the Light of tlx* WJorld, depicting incidents in the life ol Jesus Christ by the worWte best artists. This monthly journal is one that deserves a place Ik' every home, particularly where there are young folk. Our copy Is from Mr. R. Park, Newsagent. We are in receipt of the "Yellow Magazine" for January 27th, the " Red Magazine" for January ZOdb^ and the "Premier" for January 24th. The first-mentioned two magazine* are published alternately at fork nightly intervals, and comprise the' cheapest budgets of fiction in , the world. In the copies to hand the leading English writers contribute absorbing stories which will grip the interest and imagination e£ readers. The "Prem...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX, Barcaldine Water Supply. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

ff OUR LETTER B8X. J Batcaldine Wqter Supply. To the*Editor. Sir,-In reference to a letter In last "Champion" re the Barcaldine water, supply and about putting down a bore.: I for another think it a wise plan. People are heavily taxed, yet are not supposed to have a garden. What Is a home without a garden? Like £ picture. without a frame. Only for the good seasons the last few years, half the gardens in Barcaldine would be dead, and now they are wanting to raise enough money from the ratepayers to try and kill the mo&aul toes. The next thing I expect will be to exterminate the flies. Truly our Councillors are never satisfied. Give them the moon, and they cry for the sun. Perhaps then they will want another logn to pay someone to try. and gather in the stars. Barcaldine will soon be no place for the work;* ing-man with a family to support.' He will have to move to say Blackall where the water runs away through the town In a large stream, and taxes, are not so heavy-where yon ...

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Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 4 March 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. A special meeting ot the Harbor Board was held yeBterday afternoon to consider on offer made by the Treasurer in response to the Board's request for a surrey by a surveyo attached to the Harbor and Rivers Department of the middle and south channels of the Fitzroy River. The letter received from the Under Secretary of the Treasury stated that a surveyor would be available provided the Board provided all necessary accommodation to carry out the work, such as a floating j camp, with boat attached, and means of supply. Rough accommodAtlon built in a punt or stone barge, with motor boat attached, would suffice.> It Is estimated the survey would take' four months, and the cost* approxi mately £900. After dtBeussion, It was decided to accept the offer. The channels to be surveyed run east of Rocky Point, and the surveyor will be able to avail himself of the local knowledge of the Board's Engineer The Council has received a com municat...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

—THE— Mater MisericordiG Private Hospital The Llancion : Tha Btngo BOOKH A.MPTON ■ First-class nursing aDd accommodation. Any the local doctors attend, 2Tof partioularg apply to Matron Sister in ■charge. F. CORY & CO AUCTIONEERS, Stock, Station, Commission and Forwarding AgentB. Worse Sales a Speciality. Splendid paddocks close to town free to any torseb gent for bona fide sale- , LONGBEACn. Agents for— fhe New Zealand Fire and Marino Irsur «a«e Company. 0. Q. Pastoral Employers A iiooiaHon 4cc., sc., *c. Medcrafs Ltd., MCKHMWPTON. M anuf acturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND Biscuits and Confectionery Central Queenslanders! Support Your Own ludustries. SAWIJ TIMBEB HYNE A. SON. BclBOver-Btareet relloeB. Spokes. and Wheelwright* Material kept in stock Iitrge Btocta-BKST oogb and dressed, of all deeoriptipn* 'Orders promptly and carefully attended to WM. I. AEMSTEOW&, Mattfo Jicillfniio Brsn Thos. CapstSck, Land, Fruit? and General Commission Agent* Denleon-street, Rockha...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

WOLFFS I SCHNAPPS If you are lan guid and weary, you need a light Stimulant such as Wolfe's Schnapps which has a sure yet gentle action on the Kidneys and Bladder. {{It is as good for women as for men. Obtainable In LARGE AND SMALL SIZE BOTTLES There's Money in it! J TB> Golden CasketI ART UNIONS ■ put enjoy wtrld-wlde rapport. ^ !Wb*t are yon doiuc In tlie mutter T ■ 100,000 100,000 S Add 40. postaee If you a ore mailing direct ■ C 813 PRIZES 813 PRIZES " « £5000 to £5 : (SuWeot to 14% Federal Tax.) • ■3000 Additional Prin Money a And 140 More Prlres now belac m distributed In every Art Union. ^ An Art Union Every Two Wioeh* / ■ Tteketa at «/t Utrourh Local Areata, m tadanN «f all ehaqrea. I JOE S. JACKSON i Agent | BAliUI OI NE. X nuKnoB to public hobruui [ ARCHER LUCAS, Manager. ■ JBxton Houie, Queen St.. Bf9M>ano. H «!■:■ ■ ■ ■ » ■ m m in ■>■■■« Boy Yoar Furniture and farnishinga DIRECT from quality manufacturer! j they cost no more that way than buying the other sort t...

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NOTES & COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

tiv FiiKBL4.NCt:. Dame Melba has been writing to the Sydney newspapers complaining about the number of free passengers that bothered her while she Vras travelling on a train from Melbourne to Moss Vale, and in the sleeping compartments, too! But as the (passengers complained of were fleas of a "particularly ferocious breed," the complaints would seem to be Justified. As Dame Melba is a per sonage, the N.S.Wl. Commissioners, who provide the sleeping compart ments in the Sydney expresses, issued a statement expressing regret for the bad behaviour of the fleas but efforts were being constantly made to eliminate the presence of ■uch undesirable companions on a jraflway Journey, and after this greater efforts than ever wjll be made- Probably if it wa8 an ordinary passenger Who had complained he or /would have been advised (If any notice at all was taken of his or her complaint), to catch each flaa between the linger and thumb (the passenger's, not the fleas) and wring' itg crimson neck. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

WANTED^ CONTRACTOR to cut 200 tons bush hay. Find own horses and dray. Apply,—Manager, CORBENA. 3-i NOTICE. ~ #™1ARRtBB8 andother* travelling through I / Bilbfth Down' tntufc cot water atthn Well Hole or Dam in Twenty Mile Paddock or at either' Bone on the Atbilbah Road. Offenders will be profvoutfd and all atomic , TegpftwiDg will he impounded. 1 h. g: behan

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Alleged Dummying An Interesting Appeal. Commissioner's Decision Up-Held. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Alleged Dummying An Interesting Appeal. ^ Commissioner's Decision Dp-Held. Consequent upon the activities of the Crown in ferreting out supposed eases of land dummying, which cul minated in the forfeiture of Mr. ftideout's block a little time back, intense interest was taken in an appeal case heard before Mr. Hard acre in the Land Court at Blackall on Monday. Mr. Peter Marron appealed against the decision of the Land .Commissioner, Mr. M'Kenzle, at Barcaldlne, whereby it was decided that he was in respect of gracing [homestead No. 719, containing about [12,000 acreB, truBtee, agent, or ser vant for T. A- Stirton, the owner of Minnie Downs and other Queensland pastoral properties. Mr. Stirton Is well-known in racing circles as the owner of Cetigne. Mr. Young appeared for the Crown and Mr. R. J. McCullough, Barcal dine, for the appellant. The selection in question is a por tion of Mexico resumption, south of Jericho, in what is known as desert country. It was taken up about seven year...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

FORS ALE. Standard Oil Engine 10 b p., also one saw bench, two saws. The engine is in perfect running order. Price £100 Apply, tt HEUMILLER & GORDON NOTICE HEUMILLER & GORDON wish to notify the public that they will , take no more orders for "wood after 11th March. ■ Barcaldine Shire Council. TENDERS. RENDERS are invited from persons capable and willing to clean out the bore at the swimming baths. Tenders are to be in the hands of the Clerk on or before 4 p.m. 54th March, 192&. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, Fuller information will be sypplfedi by ! 3-4 « C. H: FYSH, Shire Clerk, Try ua for job Printing:. fr fy t? ^rtrfr fr^r^ ■ Handy Saw.Benches for Station Work < ' Will cut all your firewood,"do any sawing , required from roughing to gauge sawing. > QUIRE. FOR ANY CLA8S OF WORK YOU CAN NAME. BLACK. I 6MITH8 EQUIPMENT, WOOD.WORKING MACHINERY OP EVERY . LS8CRIPTION. PLUMBING ANt TIN8MITHING MACHINES MOTOR OARAGE EQUIPMENT, MA...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach Shire Council. A Nine Hours Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Longreach Shire Council. A Nine Boors Meeting. Cr. T. F- Barker presided at the usual monthly meeting of Longreach. Shire Council, and lour other Coun cillors were present. A couple of. ratepayers sat throughout the pro ceedings, which lasted from 10 a.m. to ? p-m. with a two hours' spell. / A considerable time was taken up In. discussing the- Gouncii's position In relation to the fianaces and straightening tip the hooks, which bad been allowed to fall into ar rears. The new clerk (Mi;. Jessop) e&id it was impossible he could keep up the Present work and do the back vork. The Chairman said that Mr. JC. Hurst was prepared to undertake the duty.—Cr.- Petersen strongly objected; the fact was the present clerk was incompetent aB a book keeper. (The Chairman: "That's a rash statement, to make.")- There were already two men in the office, and now it was proposed to spend another £50,. After Cr- Petersen had finished a motion was carried that Mr. C. Hurst ,be appointed to straighte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we are now able to reduce this line to POST /£± PER FREE PAIR Remember too our special TAN This is the same good wearing. Specially cut EMPEROR, 2Ss 6(i, Strapped Riding Trouser as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, " The Specialists, LONG BEACH

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