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

ATTRACTIVENESS IS the most important element * la a woman's lite. It is ike desire at every woman lo look her best, lor success In social or business atlalrs is determined largely by oersonalappearance (feven<Bur!ei$)i FACE CREAM has a distinctive therapeutic «|ualit) which gently tones >p Uie sldn and brings health to the tissues. Its daily use •vlll pro tect and Improve your complex ion. Get a jar to-day ■ and use it •:l?hl and morning. There's so thing "lust as good " SOLD EVERYWHERE. MwCn«co4iricfgli Soap, flair Rude, Face PQWdtT. Toothpaste. Shampoo Ac. Ma Cravea-Barleigb, Sydney.

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

Or\hjtf\eQe$t iS^ooderfoug\ forj/ou, and tfy£e?tfr the NEW IDEA" SELF FASTENING NO TIES OB CLIPS BBQUIBED 60 FEB CENT CHEAPBB AND IN I'EB CENT BETTEB THAN ANT OTBEft DBOPPEB ON XHI » KAMET ALL HADE OF SPECIALLY ? CHPOBTEB SPBINO STEEL DBOPPEB W1BI» WHICH WB OQABAMTEB AND BTRONQLY RECOMMBNU Sk Oange for Sbeep and Division Fencing. Gauge Length Spaoimrn Approximate Weights 6 2 feet 5 6 6 8 6000 pet ton 6 2 feet 6.6 8 812 6000 net ton Six Gauge Wire is approximately 3/1 Sin. in UiiokneM Speoial heavy 4>gauge for Cattle and Boundary ■Feaoaa. 4 2 fet>t 12 12 for Cattle 4000 per ton 4 2 feet ■ 6.5.6.8 4000 per ton 4 2 feut fi.fi.6.812 3000. per ton Font Qaogo Wire ie approximately Jin. in thiok tm WrBBMEDUTB LBNSTHS INTERMEDIATE PBI6QM STATE 8PAC1NGS AND OAVIE OF WIBE4N VBNCB OBOPFXBS CAN BE BADE FOB A.T SFACINGS AND FOB All GATOB OP WIBI, BA 1 OB PLAIN. THE NEW IDEA FENGiNfi DROPPER CO. ITD. fATBKRIS AND MANUFAOTCHEBS. < i WORKS— Worth Rockhampton ><Mrw «B ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Bulky Wool Clearances. Decrease in World's Sheep Flocks. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Bulky Wool Clearances. Decrease in World's Sheep Flocks. Wincbcombe, Carson, Ltd , under data 2nd March, 1022, report:—The heavy clearances of wool.effected at all recent auctions, offer decided evidence of the need for raw mater ial at the world's mills. An average clearance of fully 90 per cent, of tl e offerings ia being made under the hammer. This volume of Bales is highly satisfactory. Before the «ar, clearances rarely roBe above this percentage and were frequently below it And in those days, those concerned could be content with prioes much under the ratea 'now obtain able for merinos and the more attractive crossbrede.. The cost iof producing wool then fell much 4hort of present production expenses and freights to market were much cheaper. In the early months of this season, some doubt may have existed as to whether the mills could continue to absorb wool in large quantities. But einee last July, saleB at the world'a uuctiom> have continually ex panded and turnover still s...

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

A - for some months it's surprising how you forget.all about tyre troubles. The immunity of "Railroads ' from cuts and bursts is as noticeable as their remarkable appearance, even after many thousands of miles of driving. These popular Australian made to their running k have won tens of thousands of permanent users owing wonderful freedom from trouble—long mileage—and low cost. Once you fit "Railroads" you will always use them—for their quality, .value, and service will be quickly appreciated. All Garages can supply. JSrisbiire ii^nse : ^*>8-74 Adelaide Street.

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

The Late Dr. Kid&ton. A. correspondent, writing over the name "Albion," draws attention to the state of. the late Dr. Kidston's grave In the Rockhampton cemetery (says the Toowoomba "Chronicle.") "There lies in that cemetery," he writes, "the remains of a great man—one who laid ths foundations of the Labor Party one whose name was in nearly every man's month, one who had done very much for the uplifting of manhood aafl womanhood, and one who had passed laws for the betterment of Queensland . There Is a tombstone upon which 1b engraved tlie names of his daughter, and hiB wife and comrade. The reBt U blank. Spear grass is growing uponi the grave and through the beautiftil wreaths placed there . 'When be was laid to rest the town turned out S very large concourse of people, great and small, Ministers, aldermen, and statesmen, and representatives of the Queensland Government fpllowed ths remains to the cemetery. Now to-8ay no one knows where the great ©r. Kldston Is hurled. How ...

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

Toilet Economy By Mimosa. jwy advice to smart women, who de mand the very best results, Is to let most toilet preparations alone. When facial applications are necessary, get only the pure ingredients just as they come to the chemist himself. I will tell you in this column, from time to time. Just what to get and just how to use it. Do not be persuaded Into buying (some cheap toilet prepara tion instead. Any chemist can sup ply you with genuine original con centrated ingredients neat, both I direct and by post. I can point out to. you, however, useful hints which | involve no expense at all. To Acquire Plumpness—The very best thing I can recommend is to ac quire the "milk habit." Drink at least a quart of creamy milk every day, and you will soon fill out those scraggy lines. Care of tho Hnlr—Your hair needs the right kind of shampoo to bring back that softness and lustre. Get a package of stallax from your chemist and dissolve a teaspoonful only in a cup of hot water. This is plenty ...

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

* < fc-. l,1 * Tk AUSTRALIAN ESTATES * I MORTGAGE CO. L« BRISBANE l$ Wool Brokers p Stock & Station Agent* I Produce Salesmen Fr „ fti ; PROMPT & EXPERT ATTENTION I <j> ^ v. THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. 'ANTHONY HORDERNS' ' Invite You to Write for the Fashion Book It will come*to you as ah authoritative guide to the season's smartest styles—and the most inviting economies. From its pages you can order your entire Autumn and Winter outfit with the fullest confidence of satisfaction 'and the assurance of saving money. The variety for choice is wide—the qual ity of every garment—Anthony Hordems*— which means absolute reliability. The Book will Be Posted Free to Any Address, and Anthony Horderns' pay carriage on Drapery and Fashion gdods to any address in N.S.V^. Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Brickfield Hill, Sydney Tel. City 9440. '

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

GENERAL Gathering) 83? "> A message from cimrleville states that wild dogs and foxes are playing liavoc amongst flocks, de stroying a large number of valuable sheep and lambs. A precedent has been established by the decision of the tax experts o£ New* York State, holding that the League of Nations' funds aio not taxable, the organisation having all the tax immunities of a foreign Go vernment. 'According to. an announcement by the New South Wales Railway Com missioner all women will bo able to obtain periodical railway tickets at two-thirds of the original cost, from March 1st. Praviously only those earning less than £2 a week were eligible for reduced rates. How about Queensland following this good example ?, * The Sydney Unemployed have de cided to run ' two independent Labor candidates to contest the Syd ney electorate tit the forthcoming State elections. This action has been taken as a protest, against the State Government's failure . to cope with the unemployed problem. This ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rockhampton Supreme Court. Criminal Sittings. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

[ Rockhampton Supreme Court. Criminal Sittings. At the Criminal Sittlnge of the Supreme ■ Court at Huukbamptou IaBt week before Judge Lukin, James O'Leary, charged with unlawfully wounding his wife,. Annie O'Leary, pleaded guilty under provocation, but when lie was conxultod by Mr. W. L. Salkeld, Public Defender, be pleaded guilty to the charge without any reservation. Mr. Kingeburj, Crown Prosecutor, said that tbe prisoner had not been in any in dicable trouble before. Police reports showed that when he kept away from drink be was a hard-ivorking roan, but when he took drink be was a dangerously quarrel eoine wan. Mr. .Salkeld said that tbe pri soner was fifty-one years of age and a native of Ireland. For so:ne years be served in tbe Uunsler iiegimcnt in. India and also served in tbe Uonr War as well as in the late war for two years, and all bis discbarges were good. The prisoner had loBt all his discharges in the Innisfnil cyclone. The prisoner, iu reply to tiia Honour, eaid that ...

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

The Lonnraaoh-Winton Railway. The Premier was waited upon yesterday (says the Longrettch " News ut 26th Feb ruary) by a deputation, which aeked that. operations on the Longreacb-Winton rail* way line should tw recommended. The deputation consisted of Messrs. 6. Pollook, Hartley, Payne, Foley, and Scoptord, M's.L K. tor the Gregory, Fitzroy. Mitchell,. Leichhardt, and Mount Morgan electorates. ' The deputation sfcateu that the work had been started by the present Government,, and £38,000 had been spent on it, and within the next few yettrB there would be big areas of sneep country tailing due to the Crown on both sides of the line, and if' the railway was constructed, land iould be cut up into smaller holdings, of say eight thousand acres to ten tbousand acres, I the line had -been constructed at the time of the last drought, over ten million sheep wonld *have been saved to 'Queensland. The Premier, in reply, said work was de» , lay«"d op account ot stringency of funds. %'here were m...

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

THE PRICE WE PAT. The cattle ticfi costs .Queensland £400,000 per annum! Since its in troduction the cattle tick has cost Queensland nearly £8,000,000—a sum lug enough to construct a.thousand miles of new railway, complete five IiijfTG Irrigation works, making the entire live stock of Queensland prac tically proof against drought starva tion, and leave about . two million pounds vith which to tackle the prickly pear problem! We've got to solve the tick problem, anyhow, and i, every individual cattlp owner can do his bit. Folutic is the great anti-tick dip for cattle. It is specially prepared to kill ticks and it does its work well. Solutic is sold in powder form and is soluble in cold water. ' It is sold in cases containing two tins, and each tin makes 1000 gallons. The price per case is £5 12s 6d, from Surgical Supplies L,td., Brisbane. < \ Try us for job Printing.

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 State Government Insurance Office • transacts Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance ob the moit fauroyiable term*. FIVE YEARS' RESULTS ^ppMakai^ Amounts Insured— BwlliirJi.MJteatf1 1,500,000 m» • • - • • £3,500,000 Hud Office—*Paiimry Home, Eagle Street, Brisbane. InadiM at—Warwick, I pa wick, Twrntdk Pimm, R—lcWnpton, Bndakog, Msqrbeeeedh, Mam Mtqpa, tmnili, Cairos. Agtimtim <■ il mm thiMgtout the State. ^ hkaA.Wmkmn, N. Roberts, Barcaldine.v ftoCMOd& CUiafoaUdb 3zea4jfat The onfy pcvuctyjbodt w&uk cr J"n> ^LpMcuaaMe Aom SUuxMXy j^oqcU *

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

&RA.HAM'S TJERMAf, TOTfOV etrantrtheiiB the comp'cxion ngninst the ravages of tlm nimmer snn—is eootbine: and softenine :n its effect. Price Is. fid.—F P O'Reilly (snocessor to T A Grab am.) TRESPASS NOTICE. ANY person found trespassing on or removing stock from Caledonia or Tanored holding without permission of the undersigned prosecution will follow without respect to persons. BRIAN J. KELLY, Smtha ' Manager. The Southport School ; SOUTHPOCT • j OUHhNSi.ANO Cburcli of FiiCle.-d ; Grimmer Schovl , for Boyi • ll.U HmIct: Cft&M Htrtc* H.Dirta B.A.. Caaiik. I BslMlnn «nd Onwli M iMnlill m ! I the ban h a of thaboeaUtulHmuUiCrMk. ( J lb* Scheol kM • aptaadM Sport# • * 6»m>d. • 1 The building* m Mimftt m ttu • * "Bonn tij'ttMB." « J £nlvrr«lt,v, Commxrclal, CUmIm i i wad rn>|tHrBtftr( Fornu, 1 J Bpfi'lnl l imn Icr buys * w I J th« laiwl." 1 J , A »<*i>arnt* Junior H«a«c t*t • J tttfRK Uh *|m *t I nod 13. ^ UUutratrd Froipeela* oa Applk»Uor.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAPOLEON UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

NAPOLEON UP-TO-DATE. " Of all the seven senses, give me common sense," said Napoleon, or as a well-known cattle man remarked the ot^er day: "Of all the cattle dips on the market, give me " Kiltie." " Kiltie" dip and common sense are very close ly related. Of all the samples sent to the Department of Agriculture and Stock for analysis, " Kiltie" scores the greatest percentage of "Correct Strength." It is easily the most Reli able and economical, and does not scald. A case of 65 bars costs .£7 lis 3d, or 2s 9d. per bar. When sold in less than case lots, 3s 6d. per bar. Bach bar makes 51 gallons. Being sold in .this compact form, there is no .dan ger of loss through leaky drains, and freight is reduced' to a minimum. Surgical Supplies Ltd., Brisbane, are tlie agent^ for this excellent dip.

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

If you want a Good Bii^v. Sulky, Spring* Cait, or Dray JO TO J. AUNTS, babcalpihe. General Blacksmith and Wheelwriarht, WHERE GOOD WORK IS DONE Phone 20 In Purchasing the Popular Jfjarner^s 7£ust'Proof(?crseis You are well Protected Evory Pair—regardless of price—ie GUARANTEED not to RUST, BREAK or TEAR. Et n Comfort in more ways than one. Your draper stocks them. J. EDGAR, S*JK ROCKHAMPTON. Other Lines in Stock are all kinds of Travelling Requisites, Bags and Suit; Cases. PBOMPTLY EXECBTSlh WIENEKE, SCHNEIDER & CO., QUEENSLAND'S LEADING SAD9LEBS, WISH to notify the pnblic , that tbey are now pre pared to supply all classes of Saddles and 1 Harness at reasonable prices. Makers of the Famoun Wleneke & Schneider SADDLES. Height and veeigbt when ordering anri we guarantee eatihfuclion. - Write for qnotations. Only one address: 31 Mary-street. BRISBANE LJrice £12 12s. Mounted. PUMPIN > OUTFITS FOR EVcRY WEI OR BOitE We have many different kinds of pumps for this use—a...

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

Barcaldine St. George Society. | A meeting of members of Royal Society of St. George waB held at Messrs. Moacham & Leyland's on Monday evening, the President, Mr. H. R. Cbivers, being in the chair. After confirmation of minutes of previous meeting three new members were accepted. Two subB. lists were tabled, 1>;. it was feared little could be placed on them, as all members present were interested in other listB. Mr. Seabrook, secretary to the Grand Council, Brisbane, forwarded English newspaper accounts of the dinner aud presentation made Colonel Howard 'Ruff, the founder and sec retary of the Society 27 years ego. Tlie dinner was attended by many of the notables of Britain, and the elaborate address bore the "signatures of the Prince of Wales as patron, end some 20 heads of the army, navy and nobility. An accompanying I Bcroll held the signatures of many others, including the Presidents of 200 branches ■ throughout the Em pire, including Bfircaldinc. The ad dress was acc...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NO SLEEP AT NIGHT THROUGH INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

NO SLEEP AT NIGHT THROUGH INDIGESTION, Probably nothimr hsB a more ndveree effeot on tbe health than loss of sleep caused by stomach disturbftrofl, and nothing is mora' sure of putting this ripi t tl>nn Bisurated Magnesia. A. one-limo autf-rtx writes;: " Butora I started taking Bi-unted Mag nesia Tablets 1 always strfurud from in digestion and could not sleep at night, bnt since taking ihein I feei they huve done me the world of good, end my wife, who is al ways taking them, says the same " Bisu> rated Magnesia (or ' Biemag' as it* often, called) instantly neutralises the harmful acid that oauses all tbe trouble and it quickly rids the Btomacti of its handicap. It is ob tainable at any chemist'« in'both powder and tablet formB, and for tbe protection of the pnblio the genuine article Always bears thn word • Bisinag' boldly displayed on. the wrapper.—Advt.

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

K. H. CLARKE, 1 Town Carter, 3^ ro aXjIXEZBtih Meets all trttiue. Pnfwengere' Luggage a 8pmia!ity. Phone 58. "jfiMBEK " BORJLLLA SAWMILLING COMPANY (late Oarlsaon Brothers), BOBILLA SIDING. Q.O.&. (Solicit inquiries for HARDV7J00D, Vough or nicely dressed; also FIRST-CLASS BALUSXEftS, chiefly SPOTTED GUM—so splendid to work Timber for Hurdles, &c. No Order too Small xor Attention. NOTICE. W.G.THOMPSON, DAM MAKER and TANK SDTKEB £ Etc. Etc. Estimates given for overshot Dams and By-washes Elevated Earth Tanks built to serve the purpose of galvanised Iron tanks. From 20,000 to 100,OOo gal lons Repair work done Address: OAK-STREET, Phone 145. BABCALDDTE. ROSSBJERG'S Cordial Factory and Ice and Cold Storage Works, UAliAH-STR^ET, LONCREACH. Host Up-to-date Plant Oo. side Eoc&hamptcn. Delivery only to RegularjCnstotoere DRY GINGERAL>E aSoecinHty LONGREACH Horse Sale. F. CO'SRY & CO. will hold a Big Horse Sale AT Longreach. commencing on Mon 40ay, 8rd Apri...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REXONA HEALS ALL SKIN ERUPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

BEXONA HEALS ALL SKIN ERUPTIONS. II you sudor from Piles, Eczema. Bad Leglr Varicose Utcors, Ringworm, Hivos, Sores on the Bead, Falling Half, Dandruff) Burm, or | any Eruption or irritation of the Skin, Rexonv will bring yon prompt relief.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. HUGHES AND IMMIGRATION. ALLEGED STATE APATHY. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 11 March 1922

Mr- HUGHES AND IMMIGBATION. ALLEGED STATE, APATHY. Melbourne, Friday. Mr. iiughee, iu a statement ou im migration yesterday, blamed all the States, except West Australia, for slow progreBB it> bringing immigrant to Auetralia. The Status held the keys of the gateB %ad until they opened them wide no effort of the Common wealth would avail Only ouc State —WeBi Australia—was in earnest, and until the other States changed their attitude the Common wealth proposed to do nothing except to concentrate on West Australia. Brisbane, Friday. Replying to Mr. Hughes regarding immigration, Sir- Theodore said the Prime Minister's statement Was most misleading as he only took into ac count Government-assisted Immi grants- Queensland absorbed In the first nine months of last year mora immigrants than all the other States put together, the number being 9107. Western Australia, which Mr. Hughes thought was doing so well, absorbed only 419 and Victoria four- Borne of the southern Statefl were paying ...

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