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

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We have pleasure in advising that we have -reopened If PARK'S If BUILDINGS with a nice range of Ladies' and Maids' Trimmed Millinery Ladies' and Children's Footwear Underwear and Hosiery Dress and Manchester Goods Gelits' and Boys' Clothing-Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Boots, etc. Entirely New Stocks are Arriving Daily. C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERS AND BOOTERS, BARCALDINE. The AUSTRALIAN ESTATES t HMfffiME CO. LW BRISBANE Wool Brokers Stock & Station Agents Produce Salesmen PROMPT A EXPERT ATTENTION JEWFLLi-r vInNjme *w RELIABLE FIRM in the JEWELLI^-V TPA.DE belo.e the Public. You heve only to try <riem u> '*.iise the evidence of ihelr quality. nfWS-.flfmrjr ?n oppu'1, 10 sub'iiu po-uive evident.e to. back avery one of oor Rffirrnaiivcs £. »mUSTRATED CATALOGUER SENT t^REE;. ' W afcct. Gold Clui •t Diimondt ul Mitt, CTJ1I dtf—Suwari Dawsttt. tU<. Gold ud Flu Dliatri Ma#. Ca*"*d Sattteci M/H Xlo. Owi'i il4i <Md Sifn'l ...

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

WANTED CONTRACTOR to cut 200 tons trash hay. Find own horses and dray. Apply,—{Manager,' CORBHNA. 3-4 NOTICE. CARRIERS andothers travelling through Bilbfth Down* moat not water ntth* Well Hole or Dam In Twenty M»« Paddoak or at either Bores on the Albilbah Road. Offenders will be prosaouted and all stook teBpasaing v ill he Impounded. H.Q. BEHAN The "Stockman" THIS is not only the best Riding Boot on the market, but the best value, too. It's a Solid Tweed Seamless Emperor, light in weight, but exceedingly strong. Note the patent strip on elastic. This is a special feature, and en sures a. double life for the elastic where it wears out so quickly in the ordinary riding, boot. Has standard screwed ioles. PRICE 18/11 FREE Mall your Order for • Pair to-day—stating sis* Finney, Isles & Co. Ltd. Queen Street, Brisbane A TRUE HAIR GROWER (jfaventBurieigh POMADE DREPABED from my orig-' * Inal formula, fl Is uneq ualled lor purliai baldness, Dandrutt, Falling Hair, and all hair and s...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Westwood Sanatorium Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Westwood Sanatorium' Notes. By a Patient. The name and Ifame p£ Wlestwood Sanatorium are winning through, as I I we all knew must be the case, and our roll has been steadily on the in crease. A good deal of ignorance prevails with regard to the treat ment of consumption, and without doubt, many lives are lost that could easily have been saved. For some reason or other people dislike the idea of entering a sanatorium, and consequently a great number of pati ents allow the disease to get too much ol a hold before they come. Tliey reach the sanatorium dying men, and then expect miracles. This is not fair either to themselves or to the institution. Those us who) know can Bt&te that consumption can be cured provided the case reaches, here before things have gone too tar. Westwood has already achieved mar-1 vellous results, and many patients I have been discharged cured. We are a very cheery little com munity- Kind friends outside have generously donated many trophies for our card...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AN O. HENRY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

r AN 0. HENRY STORY.'" O. Henry tells a pi-tv of a "pale fade" pionuar back in"the roaring forties of early American history, buying the good will of a whole tribe of savage Redskins by the gift of a scalping knife to the chief. We make bald to 'aay that one of Surgical Sup plies -Ltd. (Brisbane) scalping knives, with leather sheath and steel would buy the good will of any Queensland bushman. There's a lovely bit of workmanship In this, scalper's set. The work is finished, and the outfit ie complete. Surgical Supplies Ltd. re tell tfee set for 11/6 pest fret, or the knife and sheath alone for 7/6 post tree. No bushman Is fully equipped without one of Hum fcanisesie scaly tag Mtats. t a

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROMANCE OF A BUTCHER'S KNIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

ROMANCE OF A BUTCHER'S ..... KNIFE. ... - Pot he who has eyes to see, era to hear and a soul to understand, the e 1b romance in anything—even a !> >t cher's kniip'. Would you believe t.iat an ordinary butcher's knife gives em ployment to eighteen " men? W"U. that's a fact! From the time the me* *1 is mined, railed, smelted, workn.I. turned, rivetted, sharpened, engrave J, nickled, packed, advertised, sold mid used, it passes through the hands of no fewer than eighteen different trades and professions. Such a b .to cher's shop knife is made for Surgic il Supplies Ltd., Brisbane, with 6, 7, 8, and 9 inch blade lengths and sold at 4/6, 6/-, 6/-, and 7/6 respectively. They also retail a handsome butcher s sticking knife, made in 6, 7, and 8 inch blade lengths, for 4/6, 6/-, and 7/6 respectively. A well-made but cher's stoel, 10 iuoi b'.ade, ;.' -t 12/6, or 7/6 with born handle.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. The Australian Estates Co., Brisbane wired as on Wednesday as follows:—" The wool sales have opened, (Just merinoa were 15 per cent, lower than February averages, fleece 10 per cent, to 15 per cent.; best brokens 5 per cent.; inferior 6 per cent to 10 per cent. Choicest feconreds w6te at par, also for best scoured strains aBd pieoes. There was brisk bidding at lower levels. We sold—Bibel 23Jd , Homebush 28 |d., Listovel 23Jd. The N.Z.L & M A. Co , Ltd., Brisbane, wired ua on Wednesday as follows:—At the wool eales yesterday we eold Garfield 20d.; Mafeking 19jd.; Paradise 20}d.; Prai rie Downs 20d., Navarre 18Jd.; Avington 21 Jd ; Bonnie Boon 20d.; Avonleigh 18td.; Avondale 20jd ; Moonbria 17Jd The sales opened to good competition. There was a poor selection. Good to saper fleeceB were fifteen per cent., medinin and inferior ten to fifteen, good skirtingB five, and others five to ten per csnt. loTcer. Lambs wool and {scoured were on par w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kingston's Emporium, ARAMAC. Aramac, 31st March, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Kingston's Emporium, ARAMAC. ■ Aramac, 31st Martiv 1923 THE Managing Director, C. Kingston 1b retiring from the firm. and it Is essential that all acconnta be paid at once bo that th^ bopka he posted up and the new management have a clear start. Thanking yon to send along yojig Indebtedness. We remain, Tours Faithfully, C- J. KDreSTOHMB. Aramac, 31st March, 1922 CJ. J. KINGSTON takes this oppor tunity of thanking bis innumerable Mends and patrons for the kindly mpport and friendship accorded bixri luring the thirty-nine years he has resided and done business at' Aramaic. Vt the same time he would ask them a extend the same goodwill to the lew management of the firm of Q. CINGSTON litil. til—

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Barcaldine Land Court The Land Court held a sittings at Earealdine on Monday last before Mr. H. F. Hardacre. Mr. Young, Land Court Advocate, represented the Crown, instructed by Mr- Assess ing Comitxissloner Fraser1. There were six selections up tor reassess ment of rent for the third period of the term, leased by Mrs. Annie Molineaux, of Aramac, and known as "Lilydale." These cases were ad journed at tbe last two Land Courts held here as the lesseq and her hus band were absent in England. Reu ben Molineauz gave evidence. Mr. R. F. Lyons represented the lessee. The following gives all the details:— No. of G-S., 115; Portion, 20v; Present rent and lessees estimate, lid-; Assessing CfaamlsBlonei'B esti mate, 4d; Decision 3|d. 116, 19v, lid., 4d-, 3id. 117, 18V, lid., 4d., 3Jd. 181, 13V, lid, 2|d., 21d. 201, I2v, lid., 2Jd., 23d. 202, 14V, lid., 2|d., 2id. This was the only business. The Court went to Longreach by Monday night's goods train.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. Shire Council Rating. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

ff OUR LETTER B9X. | Shire Council Bating. To the Editor. etir,—Be that portion of tbe Sbire Council's report in your last issue where I applied for cancellation of shop rates, and it wag shown that where a shop and dwelling are oom bined bo shop rate was charged. What about the fallowing notice I reoeived dated 10th January, 1919?:—" I am directed to inform yon that the shop under your dwell ing is oharged at the minimum rite of 30s. per annum. Signed C. H. Fysh." This was in .reply to a letter I wrote to tbe Council inquiring abont tbe extra rates charged. I have paid that rate for foor years, as my rate papers will show.—Tours truly B. C. McMahon. Barcaldinfe, March 15th ,^1922, Our up-to-date Jobbing Plant Is at your disposal. Proofs of Jobs sub mitted if desired—"ChamplQU". Offlop

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Workers Accommodation Act." Breach of the Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

"Workers Accommodation Act." Breach of the Regulations. At the Barcaldine Summons Ooorfc on Tuesday, March 14tb, John La racy. Inspec tor nnder " The Workers- Accommodation Act," proceeded against John Allan Byrie Campbell, Mayfair. nnder ue«tion 11, for a < breach of the Act in not providing suffi cient and proper accommodation as- re quired by the Act. Mr. MoCnlloagh appeared on his behalf and pleaded guilty. Mr. John Laracy, who prosecuted, stated be called at Mayfield in May 1919, and gave defendant notice to erect accommodation which was necessary, giving him to August, 1919. Campbell applied for exemption for the shearing, which wae gmntod. In Jtily, 1920, defendant again gob exemption for the shearing. On the 3rd March, 1981, a notice was delivered by him to defendant. On the 28th September, 1921, Mr. Laracy called again and at that time a small shear ing was is progress. Only two men were 'employed, and they were accommodated at the homestead. He served another no...

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

Sensational ■ . Bargains in Manchester Goods AT OVERELLS' AT OVERELLS9 Heralding tbe arrival of a Big Shipment of Manchester Goods, bonght direct from Hie Mills of Manchester. at the same time offering a Shipment of Bargains. This shipment was bought by oar London bayer just at the time when a study of MarketB and of Values was so valuable an asset to any firm. * As a result we scored and scored well. Oar bnyer secured a fine parcel of goods at prices fally 15 to 20 per cent. UNDER TO-DAY S VALUES That's saying a lot, bat it's a fact all the same. These Goods have just come to hand by the steamer ORMONDE. Now displayed in onr Manchester Dept. ready for tbe hundreds of thrifty- shoppers who will quickly take advantage of our BARGAIN PRICES. Country Customers, post your orders To-day. Here are a few of the lines:— Plain White Sheeting, heavy weight, rht.iliug"Value :it tbe Price— Width 54in. 70in 80iu » Special Price Is lid 2s6d 2s lid yd Wonderful Value in Calicoes, Bought at Big Con...

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

Longreach Items. A s&d death occurred on Wednes day, Mrs. Norman Moffat, wife of Mr. N. Moffat, of Camoola Park, passing away. The late Mrs. Mof fat had been ill for about a fortnight She was only 31 years of age- The greatest sympathy is felt for the be reaved husband The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Ambulance Brigade wag held on Wednesday evening. There were present:—Mr. R. Curtis (chairman), Dr. F. A. H. Mlchod, and Messrs. G. Meacham, H. J. Solley, J. H. Boldeman, T. F. Bar ker, and A- C. Solway (secretary). Mr. A. G. Grealey wrote applying for a position as honorary bearer— Accepted. Mrs. Wilson, Ilfracombe, wrote that she was getting up a sale of work to be held at Ilfracombe In aid of the Brigade—Received with thanks^. The Treasurer's statement was tabled as follows:—Receipts totalled £420/19/4, including £407 19/10 at fixed deposit, leaving a cre dit balance of £1036/2/1. The expen diture totalled 4851/3/2. including £760 paid on new building, £47 wa...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Support your local paper—'The Champion." Annual antra., 38/6 (in advance); 6/- Quarterly; u/6 half yea*,, ■ •"* r« 'np'^1''

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The Dairy Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

The Dairy Act. Many enquiries aro being received, ftnya the "Courier," concerning the JDairy Produce Act, and a brief ex planation of the principal provisions of the measure and the regulations will be of interest to dairymen generally. The Act .which was passed in 1920, and the regulations lor the control of dairy produce, ,which were gazetted on April 16th, 1921, are now in operation, and the inspectors appointed under the 1904 and 1911 Acts are engaged in mak ing inspections of dairies with a view to ascertaining whether the regulations- are being complied with> The Chief Dairy Inspector (Mr. Graham) points out that the Dairy Produce Act of 1920 is similar to Che Previous Act, and embodies many of the former provisions, to gether with additional clauses, which, he said, experience had proved to be necessary. Under the Act all persons who are engaged in the produclious of dairy Cood-stuffe are required to register their premises, while those who are more identically concerned i...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
My Lady's Toilet. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

My Lady's Toilet. In the elegant days of the 18th Cen tury, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. This was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complex ions and graceful figures, and the following simple recipes, some old fashioned, some modern, may not come amiss to ye lady of the 20th Cen tura. TIig Eternal Feminine, Most women will suffer anything in order to improve their looks. In order to keep her complexion in its pris tine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to a most Painful "skinning" process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving the new skin under neath exposed-. Crude as the method was, the theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new skin Just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modern ap plication of this principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This is applied Just like ordinary cold cream, but on account of the oxygen it contai...

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

R.H. CLARKE, Town Carter, B A IRO^LIXElsrir Meet* all trains. Pauengen' » Luggage a 8peolallty. I Phone 68. O'BRIEN & CO. (O'Brien k S"lihgaie.^ Builders and wontraotora, 8ARCALDINL ESTIMATES oivRD for *U Irtiidx ci Bondings and (Bepaira. I*aiming add rinmblnt alio exeoQuad. , NOTICE. £100 Reward. C100 reward trill be paid by the on ImrigaiA to anybody giving PRIVATE intonnatlou, or otherwise of any person, or persons stealing oheep, cattle or hones from CLOTBB fTTr,T.g paddocks. P. CURRY.. Barcaldlne, September 20th, 1921, AbQ Barrington & W. Danaher Members of Tattersall's Brisbane end Sydney. 'Phone',696. Registered Q.T.O. ■Jut reputation stands alone for Largest Amounts, Liberal Prioes, Prompt Settling?/ Fairness and Privacy. Starting Prioes all events, " No Iomit.' No reply no business. Soffioient Address — BABRINGTON, DAN AH KB, BRISBANE. . — Send for Charts, — Telephone No. 67. Mr. J. B. LOCK, Optometrist, will visit Aramac, March 17th to 19th, Royal Hotel. Lo...

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Victoria By Telegram ALMA TIRTSCHE MURDER. THE ROSS APPEAL. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

VicttHa By TVlaeram AIWA TIRTSCHE HDBDEBi THE ROSS APPEAL. Melbourne, Friday The application made by Colin. Ross for leave to appeal against hie conviction and the sentence of death passed tip on him for the murder of Alma Tlrtsche was continued yester day. 1 .Affidavits relating to new evidence were 4 feature of the hearing. It was stated a man would testify that lie heard piercing and heart rending screams in the neighbor hood towards Exhibition-street,, and that, a woman would give evidence [that she saw a man almost dragging Alma Tirtsche through Little Collins street towards Swanson-street. - Other witnesses would give evi dence that, no girl corresponding to the description of Alma Tirtsche had been in Ross' wine cafe on the afternoon of the day of the murder. The hearing was adjourned.

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

HIS Wide Brim Folt is ideal for tho miu whose work kcvps him cuiilitiufllly out of doors. The Briai, wlj/fjh is oi inches wide, Lenig Urn will not flop wheu lidici^, but can bu worn m phoven.or tinned down all round. Illustration eliovce tbu BADEN POWEL crowu with grease proof leather—you can liavo ordinary Lounge Shape if preferred. . COLORS—Grey and Fawn. Grey with Black Band. Fawti with Self or Black Bacd All SlZUn. Write to Iji'bk Z Townsville BRESBAPIE. Toowooiuba

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Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton,- Friday, 9 a.m. On the two previous occasions when the Rockhampton Agricultural Society but a Central Exhibit: to Syd ney, the outstanding feature was the wool display, which won the highest praise all round. On this occasion, unless sheepmen rally up, the ex hibit is likely to be very poor. Re peated applications have met with little response. For the sake cf Central Queensland it Js toped the pastoralists will send somo fleeces down before the 27th Inst, as the first truckload of exhibits is due1 to leave on th© 28th At present Rockhampton is quiet. On Wednesday there was a clean sheet in the Police Court, and yes terday there was only one cape. The * Central Queensland Rugby League has decided to give the ward system another 'trial ttile year with senior teams, while for juniors and minors the Club system obtains. It was decided to engage a coach, and the secretary, who is visiting Sydney, was empowered to make ar rangements in c...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON [?]IT [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

|>N AIT ie first time is the history of n sections lot the community Tuesday afternoon in one [of sympathy. i i=oOos£ B were officially represented T Hibernians, -Caledoniatie, i Oddfellows, all assembled to Ipect for a departed townsman fee with the relatives. 1 —oOo—> * knifed ub of tta Scnpiurw |dU| bow good |Ld joyful a pethren, to dwell together in «—oOo—! liifcy between Friendly Societ [shown on Bt. Patrick's Day, led Societies" assist the Hiber bg a good day. Pis nouAof that sectarian strife eolainfnlly evident in is perhaps due to the absence i aa factors to Stir op strife. tpayer dida't like our footnote i from Bojneer Walker's re preach. "It was a common small' coAtry town lighting tve the p At nnder-size at tha uh was oilfor Baroaldine.— bell to be Baa after the event. Ipated a invhioh would send Ktetial npBo per cent, when farose foi^keasing the plant. frger pkHwd been put in in lance it have been paid trust C^Hman Beg. Parnell ratepaye be in the pes. [realise pr 1...

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