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

OVERLAND THE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. Lowest possible up-keep* Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it. WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT m win .. . PARTS STOCKED. We give service 0U' AU COMPLETE DI8MANTLED CHASSIS OPENED OP FOR EVERYB0DV8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR W0RK8. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West JohnCannan B L. B. Peterson Notary Publio. Notary Public. CANN AM &PETEESOX Bolinitora and Notaries, LONGKEACJi. And I.O.A.. Buildings. ' Oueaa-Btreet. BB.1SB AN £ H. S. OHDEGH, OHUROE 4 CEDECH, L'B.Q, * . DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolsomwtfot. ROIKHAMPTON and , Eagle-st, L0NGBE&CH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Trespass! Interesting Case at Isisford. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Trespass! Interesting Case at Isisford. A cue of much local interest was heard before Mr. B. Curtis, P.M., of Langreaoh, at Isisford on 2nd instant, when Dunces Angnb Cameroon summoned Alexander Zobn, Licensee of the Olab Hotel, leiaford, tor trespassing on Igis Downs on 16th January last. Complainant appeared in person, and Mr. J, S. Salmond, aolioitor, appeared for the defendant, When the case was called, Mr. Cameron asked leave to withdraw owing to an error in pro endure on the part of his legal advisor. It appeared, be said, that a certain neoessary notice under the Act bad not been given, so under the circumstanoes he oould not go on. Mr. Salmond said he had not intended to take advantage of the section in question. In faot he placed little reliance upon it. He had a good defence on the merits ot the case. The faots were, that on the date mentioned defendant, and a party of friends drove out to the Chinaman's garden on Isis Downs to get some vegetables. It had been the cnatom f...

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

NOTICE. I, MART CAMPBELL, of Jaccondol, hereby give notice of my intention, to apply to the' Barcaldine Shir# Council for permission to enclose the road running along the 'Western Boundary of portion 173v, and be tween that portion and Portion. 92, and to erect licensed gatee on the said road in accordance with the By laws, one at the Northern end of the said, road and the other at the South east corner of the said Portion 17Bv. Dated the eighth day of March, 1922 MART CAMPBELL, By her Solicitor, 3-4 R. 3: McCULLOtTOH, Barcaldine TRANSMISSION BY DEATH. Seal Property Acts of 1861 and 1877. JTOTICE Is hereby given, that ap plication has been made for the Registration of Transmission of Title to the Lands hereinafter men tioned. Particulars of such applica tion are given below, and any per son deBiring to oppose must do Btf by lodging a Caveat on or before day specified, at the office of the Re gistrar of Titles in Rockhampton. Name of deceased proprietor—Ja lien Plormel, late of Bftrc...

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

'Land {Ballot. In BLACKALL, ON APRIL 18th Next"« beaatifol blook1 - of 11,517 acreB /will be opened foe eeleotion. (This is the piok of the Barcoo, and anyone desirous of going on the land shonld not miss this chance. Bental 4d'per aore. Lease 28 yean. Deposit required, £206 12a. PqII particulars and application]! forms. from DALGETY & COMPANY. Agents, BLACKALL. Telephones—Office 79, Residence 114 1.4. LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If you were able to live just right ail the time there would be little need for medicine, But some little thing Is constantly oomiag along to put us out of balance—exposure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals are little things that will at times upset the best of ub. Nothing particularthe matter, but we don't feel good. At such times the wise among us ftili take a few doses of Chatty berisin's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us rigt't, right-. »w»y, Sold by Hugh Savage and a l'arnrll & Sons It Pays to buy 1TJJ Manc...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine literis mors est. BARGALOINE, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1922. Co-Operation Coming! [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors est BABCALOIHE. SATU8DAY. MARCH ItT 1922 Co Operatfon Coming! On 1st MmbIi the leader and & sub'* committee of the Country Party and of the Nationalists met and exchang ed cartels. They were fire aside, and contrary to: all expectation, a very good understanding was quickly ar rived at. Messrs Vowles and Godfrey Morgan have Invariably strongly op posed acceptance of the olive branch held out by the Nationalists, but Messrs. Swayne (Mlrani) and Mr. Greene (Townsville) were always anxious for co-operation, and the re maining Country Party delegates pro-1 bably sided with them. The mem bers ot the National sub-committee are sick and tired of estrangement,] and even Mr- Barnes gladly wel comed the conciliatory epirit evinced by the majority of the Country Party delegates. When the delegation got] down to tin tacks an agreement was arrived at In which the Country Party will contest 89 seats, the Nationalists 28. An amicable.deadlock has arisen about the rema...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Isisford Tick Menace. Serious Breach of Regulations Defendant Mulct in Fine and Expenses Amounting to £90 14s. 8d. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

The Isisford Tick Menace. Serious Breach of Regulations Defendant Mulct In Fine and Ex penses Amounting to £90 14s. 8d. {Am important -case was heard at Isisford on Thursday, March 2nd, before Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., when H. (D. Hawthorne, Stock Inspector, pro ceeded against Arthur Boyd, a drover, tor failing to report the existence of ticks in his cattle on 14th July last. 1 Mr. R. F. Lyons, solicitor, Barcaldlne, appeared on behalf of the complainant, and Mr- J. S. Sal mond, solicitor, Blackall, for defend ant and pleaded guilty. Mr. Lyons recapitulated the facts as follows. The Department of Agriculture and Stock through Mr. Inspector Haw thorne was taking action under sec tion 23 of the Diseases in Stock Act of 1916 against the defendant who at all material times was the owner ■within the meaning of the Act of 1500 Millungra cows and calves travelling from the Gait via Isisford. On 12th July last from received acting-Sergeant Carter r ported the presenceofticketo the Complainant—Mr...

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

Highland Nectar IS STILL THE Premier Scotch Whisky. GUARANTEED 12 YEARS OLD. Procurable at all Hotels ' . Procurable at all Hotels WALTER REID & CO LTD. SOLE AGENTS* ROCKHAMPTON.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Aramac Letter From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Oafflfamac LetSe? From Our Owe Correspondent. Tbe weather still keeps unpleasantly warm, with oocasional light thunder showers. The annual general meeting of governors to the Hospital waB held on 22nd February, ihcie being a fair number present. Mr. K. G. Miller was in the chair. Thu annual reports of the. various officers and the etatementot receipta and expenditure were received and adopted. The position dis closed was a very satisfactory one indeed, the available fundB being approximately £1000 in excess of last year. Thin was mainly brought about by tbe assistance of the Aramao Jockey Club, and tbe Golden Casket Art Union. The following officers were elected for the ensuing yearPre sident, Mr. E. W. Bowyer; Vice-President, Mr. F. Lawrence; Treasurer,'Mr. E. S. C. Barnett; Committeemen, Messrs. J. M. Gray-Buchanan, R. Cahill, A. Cameron, B B. Duke, S. H. Fraser, J. J. Look hart, E. G Miller, W. Hal), L. N. K. Monro, A. Smnrt. J. McAnliffe and R. A, Btobo. At a meeting of tha Arat...

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

Recent Publications. Hannsworttifa Children's Dress..— The February number of this popular publication 1b to hand, and Is replete with information and suggestions dear to the feminine heart. There Is a wealth of variety of design In youth ful modes, coay wraps, and young peo ple's wear generally. Free paper Patterns are enclosed from which can be cut the designs illustrated on front cover. Obey comprise a girl's party frock, boy's rompers, and a cosy wrap. Instructions are also given for knit ting a comfortable and attractive girl'B cot. Harmsworth's Home Fashions •— The February number of this ladies' Journal .is a day apd evening dress number. They compriBe simple and becoming deslgn8 that suggest suit able wear for working hours and frocks for the dance. The uneven hem on the latter present a charming compro mise between the short skirt and its predicted successor; the long one. The photofcravuie Supplement indi cates that the revival of the all white frock, and a novel overall a...

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

f A POPULAR INSTITUTION 1 THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR ol Queensland is now located in New Statt Insurance Premises, Corner ot George and Elizabeth Streets. Brisbane. This office exist! for the people of Queensland, and the Public Curator will aci as— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE under wills t TRUSTEE under Marriage Settlements and other trusts; ADMINISTRATOR OF Estates of persons dying Intestate: ATTORNEY OR AGENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PROPERTY FOR Absentees f AND WILL 1. make wills FREE: 3. lend MONEY ON FIRST MORTGAGE : 2. give legal ADVICE I 4. ATTEND TO ALL real property transfers. Branch Officii al TOWNSVtl.LE and ROCKHA MPTON; and Agenti at every CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in the Stat*. Sneep, Cattle, Horse and 0 Property Hales men & OU. — Head Office: TOOWOGMBA. Branch 6b at: Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Cbarleville Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prices a wool sale. Numbers tell. It la consistent lull values for all classes of wool which give sure evidenc...

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

?Undev Vice-Ree^l Patronage. THB PEL SHAKESPEARE Barcaldine. S. Anderson, Proprietor. mkhw;io. p.o. Box as This Hotel is one of the (MOST UP-TO-DATE AND COMFORTABLE HOTELS III QUEENSLAND, It is replete with Every Convenience oonduoive to Ease ana Comfort:,,., (Jnder Complete New Management. FIRST-OLASS ATTENTION. Seat Brands of Wines and Spirits retailed. Patrons may have their Car* Garaged and Bones stabled or sent to firpt-olasa paddock*. Q.C.T. Assn. House. A Home Away From Home Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. B- G. BATES, Proprietor PJrst-ClaBs Accommodation. First-Class Cuisine, and up-to dftte attention Buggy meets all trains. 'Phone 38 W.D.COLMAN Oak-st., BARCALDINE. Wholesale and Retail BXJTOHER. ONLY the Primest of Beef and Mntton sold, at prices to suit everybody. Haling installed an Up»to>date Befngerat ag Plant and Gold Storage Booms, nan wore satisfaction. Consumers waited 01 daily. Prompt attention to done try Orders. CORNED BEEF a Speciality, Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE ...

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THE LURKING FOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

THE LUBKING FOE. nisoasp gerntn lurk in dust, and enter thp body through the por<-s. Bath daily will) Rexona Soap, a medicated toilet poap that prf serve* the complexion. Price 1b. per tablet Obtainable everywhere.

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

General Cornells. •%if"lur"'iir"iir' >' ,'H>," ,'"^w ,ur ' * The Premier of Westralia (Sir James Mitchell), who is on his way to England, where he Intends to com bine business .(especially business) with pleasure, had a good . send off from Parliament House in Perth.. Alter Mr. Colebatch, trUo takes up the position of Premier in the mean time, had said that any proposition ■jyhich sir James Mitchell would iH&ke lor the settlement of the north west would be supported in London, not only by millions of pounds, but by tens of millions, the Premier said that he was going to assist the move ment for the settlement of the great empty spaces of the State. The Federal Government had agreed to assist in developing the south-west, and six million pounds would come in during the next three yean? de velopment purposes. He added that there were great possibilities in the North-west tor viticulture, horticul ture, and dairying industries, which could absorb, each of them, as many pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, March 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

r STOCK Station Chahpion Officb. Friday, Matoh 10th. Tbe week bM been a delightful one, with a! tinge of autumn about it. Only on one day I (Sunday) was there a Blight ana of cloud (point3), and It nay betaken aa a prod of a dry spell that there has been ten to thirteen points between wet and dry bulb all week. Ibe max. and min. temperatures were very even, the highest max. being 89.6 degs. and the lowest max. 87.0 degs., the average being MJSdegs. The highest min. was 68,0 degs. and the lowest 63.2 degs. The average being -06.1 degs. More enjoyable weather could not pooibly be wished for.' The wind was all week light from the N.E. On Saturday there was some dew. The Bail way Department report the follow log outward business for the week:—Wop)— 125 Mulga Downs (to Bockbampton), 63 Auteuit, 47Pendine( 46Bibel, 86 Newbaven, IB Que, 1 Blackman (all for Brisbane), total, 327 balea. Sheep—2160 to Tartborab, Martin owner; 60E to Newmarket, acct. Denham Brothers. Mr. 0. H. Fyab, Shin Clerk...

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

P.O. Box 47. Phone 104. T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to RICBY & COMPANY, Auctioneer, Stock, Station cmd Property Salesman BARCALDIN E. Motor Oar Available for Inspeotion. Purposes Prompt and Personal Attention to All Enquiries. LANS COURTS ATTEDNED QtBet—Beech-street, ad joining Hotel Shakespeare. H. MATTHEWS, Late ASHBU&N & 00. Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. fhtBB 44 and 62 * Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries. Gar 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, die. Our Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly np-to "date, clients can rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. P.(..Boxl2 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FOETY YEARS has provided the opp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If you ww able to lire just riaht all the time there -would bp little need for medicine. But somn little thing in ronst.nntly comiag along to put us out of balance—exposure* chance of dipt or drinklnc wrW. irregular meals are little things that will at times upset the best of us. Nothinp particular the matter, but we don't feel good. At such times the wine among us will take « few dosfts of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us right, ripht away. Sold by Hugh Savago and A.. Parnell & Bona.

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Tribute to Late Bro. J. Page [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

I Tribute to Late aro. J. Page At the usual monthly meeting of Loyal Barcaldlne Lodge, M..U., I-O.O.F., at which there was a large attendance of members, a brass tablet to the memory of late Hon. James Page, M-H.R., and a Past Grand Master of the Order, was dedicated and unveiled • ■ The ceremony was performed by Bro. C. J. James, P.G., the founder ot the lodge, who gave the deceased brother's career from the time ha was initiated on 36th June, 1888, to the termination of Mb long and use ful life on 3rd June,' 1921. He (Bro. James) had had the pleasure of initiating the deceased brbther, and encouraged him in his am bitions. Bro. Page wdfe nominated for District office, and the speaker went with late Bro. J. Lloyd-Jonee as delegates t0 th® annual District meeting at Mt. Morgan, where Bro. Page was elected Deputy Provincial Grand Master, and the two Barcal dine delegates had the honor of in stalling him into his Chair. On the following year he (Bro. James) went to Gladstone, and had ...

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

THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. flUMiynff Mtr Cm an fcolH to glv* wry day MrviM at tow animal Hon than 300,000 CHEV rolet mrm fa A part* af tin world taatlfy that 4Sta «ar mrnm Mm tmamt far Ww-fyrloMi, dapandable tran^OTtitlM. i •fcailrta rilllHii —I law—1 «>wptoaa» win! m. CHBVnOUrr «a «• mm wfc* «Maa paww and HOWARD MOTOR CO.. Limited, Toowoomba. Brisbane. RocVbaospUHi. . , i District Agent, V. 12. HALT* Bar cald'n*. Aim Baifington & W. Danaher Member* nf Tnf'-r all'f H ifbano and ' " Sydney. 'Phone COS. Rpgih<»'>pi1 Q T.O ")nr rnpntstinD t-t»r>A« nlouo lor Largest Amounts. Jjibflral Prioox, Prompt Settlings, Palrnfes and I'rivauy. Starticjj; Prices all evoiitp, " No Limit.* No reply no hwii'.e'H. HnOioient Address — HARRINGTON, OANAHER, BRISBANE. — Send for Clmit*. Telephone No 67. CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRISBANE: Boys receive^ as boarders and day scholars from the age of Beven. The School has an Ideal situation with ,30 acres within 2 mil...

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Victoria Hospital, Barcaldine A Generous Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Victoria Hospital, Barcaldine A Generous Appreciation.. .The first usual monthly meeting of new Victoria Hospital committee was held at the Shire Hall on Friday, evening, March 3rd, at which there yrere present:—{Messrs- R. Park '(Vice-President in the chair), W. T. jicKie, W. McBride, R. J. McCul lough, R. F. Lyons, C. B. Buxton, J. L- E. Flint, T. J. O'Connell, Dr. J. Oook, the secretary (Mr. C. Lloyd-Jones) and Press, rep. Aw apology for non-attendance urasiaccepted from Mr. W. James. The minuteB of previous committee meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE— A letter w&b read from Mr. C- Fey, Auteuil, expressing his appreciation aI the care and attention bestowed on him during his brief stay in the in gtitution.—He enclosed medical fees 1 and a do*ation of £60. (Mr. Foy also sent along a couch for the nurses' quarters and a mattress ana stretcher for a verandah of the main ;ward.) A private letter from Mr Foy, from Sydney, stated his health Md much Improved.—The C...

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

Towels Post us 10/- and we will send you a bundle qf 6 beautiful Towels made up as follows: v £ Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 18 x 86, & 2 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 20 ,x 42, I @ 1/7 1 Heavy Quality White or Brown Turkish Towel, 19 x 40, <8> 1/11 1 Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towel, 24 x 48, @ 2/11 (This parcel is usually bow at 18/Bj.) j This offer, as you will quickly realise, Is an exceptional one. We were lucky, very lucky, In getting- hold of a his 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 you will appreciate our keen otter— 6 towels tor only 10/-, 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...

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