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Recent Cairns Tragedy. The Russian Morga on Trial. By Telegram. Cairns, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Becent Cairns Tragedy, The Russian Morga on Trial. By Telegram. Cairns. Thursday Arising out of the recent Cairns wharf sensation, wherein two. Rus sians were involved, Stephen Mo-fa was to-day charged with the wilful murder of Zaharey Beznosuk. Morga took his place in the dock with a bandage covering the missing eye and with an appearance that the sight of the remaining eye was only partly restored' Accused spoke in a clear voice and used fairly good Eng lish. Constable Carseldine deposed that both men were taken to the same dressing room at Cairns hospital, where accused kept saying, "Give me poison; it is terrible." Beznosuk, who was conscious, said he and Morga were bad friends because he (Beznosuk) told the police on Morga. Later, Morga told witness he saw Beznosuk at the wharf and said to him> "Why did you tell the police that 1 had broken your case up?" Morga said Beznosuk then rushed him and he shot him- Asked it that were all he shot Beznosuk for, ac cused replied, "He t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCK STATION & COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, February 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Station Champion Office. Friday, February 17th. -fiince the rain we have enjoyed most .beautiful weather for,mid-February. The mar. tern , perature has not exceeded 93degs., with a anin. of 74.2degs., the average for the week be ing Ol.Edegs. and 60.3d egs respectively. In lowing through past years' records, extend ing over 40 years, we find no conditions «xMt]y similar to the present The wet and dry bulb reading shows considerable humidity, and the barometer shows we are in for more sain, unless the monsoonal influence, like it does at times, goes off at a tangent, and leaves «»i u in 1016, high and dry, the result being a record drought. Present conditions are indi cative of a splendid season; there is not the burniog heat generally erperienoed at this time of year, and with the moist condition (travailing of course grass has got such a way on that itls becoming rank. Stock of all desorip Hon are, of course,jn tip-top r*»tditioB; all that Is wanted to cheer the b6f»rt ir_the growe...

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Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Market and Wool Reports. By Telegram Brisbane, Thursday. The N,Z.l, & M.A. Co. Brisbane, re ports :—6600 cheep were penned at Enog gem to-day. The inality was good. Best mutton realised from 3d. to 3id. por lb. 1100 lambs were oenned. Prices w»re easier. 1530 cattle were yarded. The quality was fair. Best bullock beet sold from 16s. to IBs per lOOlbs.; cow beef, 14g. to 16s. per lOOlbB. $ There is no hope of the number of ' unemployed in thiB district being noticeably reduced as they are being constantly reinforced by every train says the Winton paper. Although there is likelihood of a certain amount of work starting shortly, there are qnite sufficient men on the ground to supply the demand, and in all fairness those who have been hero the longest should be entitled to any preference. Winton being the end of the line i naturally is badly situated in reBpeot > to free railway passes. It is no use returning men whence they came, and they cannot be sent further along as ther...

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

P.O. Box 47. Phone 104. T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to RIGBY & COMPANY, Auctioneer, Stock> Station and Property Salesman BAROALDINE. Motor Oar Available for Inspection. Purposes. Prompt and Personal Attention to All Enquiries KAVB COURTS ATTSDSTBH Offioe»Beeoh-Btreet, adjoining Hotel Shakespeare. H. MATTHEWS, Late ASHBURN & 00. ■ Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 and 62 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inquiries. Oar available for inspection purposes. Land Matter* a Speciality. Land Courts Attended. Applications Lodged. Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. Jfogineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, <fco. Our Garage and/Motor Acoeesory Department, being thoroughly up-t late, clients oan rely on an Efficient and Expert Service Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. P.t ,Box 12 The RockhamptonBoys' Grammar School , (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY YEARS has provided...

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OUR LETTER BOX. Barcaldine Water Supply. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

I 3ti« LETTER BOX. 5 *vyvvwv\vvv\%\\vvv\vvv\\vvvv Barcaldine Water Supply. To the Editor. Sir.—Regarding the discussion on the water supply at last Council meet ing. By the engineer's report roughly six million gallons of water was pumped during January. This works I o'ut at over 200,000 gallons P»r day, or more than 16.000 gallons per hour, allowing tlie pumps to work twelve hours per day. If these figures are correct the question is: 'W>lo is us ing the water? I do not hold with the Chairman in blaming the gardens for the misuse of water. Anyone who has had the pleasure of trying to keep a garden going on our usual supply, soon realises that the gar dens are not to blame, for the simple reason that the water is not there when required. I note that it has ; been decided to instal meters In two of the gardens to see what water is .used- In common fairness to who ever haB them installed anfl the rest •f the gardens- I think that after they have finished testing the gardens a test ...

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

THE WORLD'S STAN1ARD ECONOMY CAR. llwmtnrT Mor Cm an koIK to give ewy day aarvtoa at tow «npwnaa Mor* Chan 800,000 CHEV ROLET —rnara la all pun of.tb* world twtlfy that tfite car auk tfc* itmami for Uw»H—d, d«»mdable and • •• HOWARD MOTOR CO.. Limited. Joowoomba. Brisbane, RocMMmpton. \ JBI District A*eat. F. B. HALT* Bfcroaiatl. !T <? mvv "SUM mvww A FlmfuUg Di»ttoi Mtmd. ® WHO K BOSS? Yew Mr Tot Sto—chT — . Can yon eat and enjoy a Hearty meal or must you csnaiut yoor stomach first? By taking a Nux tte Tablet after every _ mealyoti wfllbeableto A Aetata to row stomach. No needtodiet: yeucan ©eat enjoy, digest, and aartmllstr a real meal tf you take Nttxlte. By natlni *a4 teniae your A JHwtfw frgkat, —Mfamwit IB iag St iifUlMi wfttn m mwry. Niodta mm Mid will b*ntahy««rla4ltftatloa. Soont PrinS/- p«r Btttb. Wowl « "Thm'i Health 4» Airy Atom." f

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

NOTICE. £100 Reward. UN reward will be paid by the un 4antened to anybody giving PRIVATE Information, or othervfte «C any person, or person* stealing •aheep, cattle or horses from CliOVpB •"TT-T-g paddocks. I P. CUBRT. September 20th, 1821. Aba Barrington & W. Danaher Kembers oi Tatteraall'fl Brisbane and Sydney. 'PhoneJ69&. Registered Q.T.O. thir reputation a tends alone for Largoet Amounts, Liberal Prices, Prompt Bottling*, fUrnesa and Privacy. Starting Prices all events, " No .Limit.' No reply no business. Sufficient Address — BARRINGTON, DANAHER, BRISBANE. — Send for Charts. — CHURCH Of ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRISBANE. Boys receive^ as boarders and day Wwton from the age of seven. Tiie School has an ideal situation SO acrea within £ miles of the «M>; excellent playing fields, swim-1 'WtSg, sowing and tenuis courts. rooms on open air principle School Hoaaa Is of brick; dor ies unusually cool and «tty) -out accommodation; eleo lnstatted; dairy herd of k •Sljprf...

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

A DENTAL LUXURY. PLAZA TOOTH PASTE. ReBtores**he Natural Beauty to the Teeth. Good teetb deserves good care. Bad teetb demand careful attention. Only the best Dentrifice is " Good enough." Pl$za Tooth Paste gives the best results. Preserves the teeth and makes them white. The gums become healthily pink. There is no excuse for decay When the Teetb are Plaza cleansed. A clean mouth means better digestion. Better digestion means better health. Plaza is daintijy perfumed. And of tbe best ingredients, scientifically combined, So that there is no belter Tooth Paste made Than the Plaza de Luxe Prepaiation. Plaza Tooth Paste. Price, lff.'6d. large tube. Obtainable everywhere; J Good Spirits 11 It is very difficult to keep . | bright and cheerful when , troubled with indigestion or ' constipation. Even when ' these disorders have not. 11 reached the point of causing I1 great suffering or discom 11 fort, theytundoubtedly have 11 a debilitating effect and 11 gradually sap the vital 11 forces. ...

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

£6ander & Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. Can bo obtainnd at oil c.hnmists and ptnrca. There is no icasuu for putting up with in ferior brands, because you can obtain "SANDERS," which is not only roaopnizod by the highest niHion,1 authorities, but i.j proved by the Supremo Court. Melbourne. tlio best. SANDFli'S KXTHACT i* Fpocinlly manufactured for ns">. imiJer the constant super^'Hon of a medical man. SANDKR'S EXTRACT 1s unequalled for colds, influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatu lence, mfoctiu'iB disespo--, locally for wounds, burns, ulcere. pi!»e i'e'iiug uhilbhiiiis. Mr. J. Jfopliinn, Anrrjcliunl, writer :—" I !iavo,nsoil SANDER'S EXTRACT for the last 42 y-»rs with thi very bns'. tofuH Onee a substitute given me, a larger Iv.ttV at same price result—No good. Ouly SANDER'S KX TEACTS ontere my house." FPU GALE:. "Vfl'jW WoLicrn Auioiall GRi'^DKR hU.l xA able ffr- mabinp- b<v« <3r«in» lev' l!"isr roa^s, < r making firu breu,ka. i...

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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 15th February, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Metropolitan Notes m»*- — ■*■■* *■ *■ Brisbane, 15th February, 1922. Nothing is talked of politically ex cept the Paddington election/ Mr. Rihelly has been flred into the [Agency-General, and bitter he is In deed over it all; in fact, lie tells his friends to condole with him, not to Icongratulate him. He says he may 1)6 out of Queensland lor six months, or even twelve months, but he swears lie will be back here inside eighteen months- The Government is using all its influence to have Hon. Alf 'Jones, Minister tor Lands, selected Jjy the Paddington W.P.O. to con test the election as the Labor can didate. Mr. Filielly is putting all liis strength behind an old friend, Mr*. t&Iderman Maurice Barry, hotel keeper. The WlP.O. is being torn Into shreds in the struggle between these two. though there are fourteen • (candidates for the Labor plebiscite; may be with irfore to follow. If Jones lie the tiabor candidate the Opposi tion should about win, but if Barry ( fwins the plebisci...

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BE FAIR TO YOUR STOMACH [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

BE FAIB TO VOUB STOMACH and it will prove to be your best friend. Safe guard it against any weakness that may deve lop from time to time by the daily use of Laxo Tonic Pillc. They strengthen and invigorate tlie entire system, thus preventing Indigestion, Headache, Biliousness, and Constipation. Two Pills at night for a few weeks will make you feel quite different. Laxo-Touic Pills price Is. and 2s. Obtainable everywhere.

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As Man to Man A Straight Talk About the Russian Famine (By "Fellow Citizen.") [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

As Man to Man A Straight Talk About the Russian Famine (By " Fellow Citizen.'') X week or po ago you read with quickened pulses the dramatic story pt the peerless feat of heroism per flonned by Digger Jack Chalpaera on. Coogae beach. Thousands actu ally watched the terrific struggle with *the shark. Hundreds of thousands of others were ahle to go cleirly visualise the scene from the news paper reports that a "thousand sov ereigns" were poured into the public hat for the gallant rescuer in the space of a few days. Good luck to Jack Chalmers! To-day you may read in "Smith's fleetly" the soul-stirring narrative of the wireless operator of the ill fated "Helen B. Stirling."—the schooner that the H.M.A.S. Mel bourne raced to through the spume and spray of a howjing gale in the &ead of midnight. The story of the behaviour of the women on hoard, of the magnificent seamanship of the British 'Tars" as they veritably tied down the mountainous seas with -tarpaulins" ef oil while they t...

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

Aramac Licensed Victuallers Jockey Club. FOY CUP MEETING, For flrassfed Horses, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11th and 12th, 19 2 £580 PROGRAMME. £580 FIRST DAY. let Race at 1.30 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of f6; second horse to receive £1 from prize. 4 furlongs. For all maiden horses. Nomination 6/-. 2nd Race at 2.IS p.m. SHORTS HANDICAP, of £7; second horse £2 from, prize. 5 furlongs. Nomination 7/-. 3rd Race at 3 p.m. FOT CUP, of £200. 1st Trophy value I £120 J 2nd Trophy value £50. 3r& J Trophy value £30. Trophies pre sented by Mr. C. Foy, Auteuil. 12 | furlongs. Nomination 6/-. Accept, free. (See special conditions). 4th Race at 4 p.m. FIRST NOVICE HANDICAP, of £26; 2nd horse £6 from prize; Srd horse .£2 from prize, 6 furlongs. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding £20. Nomination 12/6, Acceptance 12/6. , 5th Race &t 4.45 p.m DISTRICT HANDICAP, of £7; 2nd horse £2 from prize. 6 furlongs. For horses that have not won a prize exceeding £5. Nomination 7/ 6th Ra...

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The Very Latest. London, Wednesday, Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Very Latest. London. Wednesday, Later. Mr. Churchill, in the House o£ {Commons, stated that Mr. Collins had informed him that he had secured jthe release of fifteen of those ldfl Siapped recently in Ulster. He hoped jHmf the remainder would be liberat ed during the day. Mr. Collins has arrived in London find is conferring with Mr. Churchill. Shooting continues in Belfast The Indies of three men shot during the flight were discovered to-day. Two (other persons previously wounded have succumbed. London, Thursday. Fierce shooting occurred in several •tiistrlcts round Belfast this after* Soon. Concealed Bnipers in Stanhope fetreet fired hundreds of shottf. The ,troops replied a and made a bayonet ^charge- The casualties are unknown. The "Dally News" Dublin corres pondent says that Ulster specials iiave arrested and detained at Newry barracks Commandant Monaghan and the two brothers Murney. All are ^Republican Army officers. The inci dent may be fraught with grave con sequences. Lond...

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STORY OF A GIANT [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

STORY OF A GIANT I There was once a giant sitting un der a tree, listening to the prattle of a little maoi. The giant reclined at ease as the little fellow thrust out his chest and told the creatures round about what a big- fellow he was., which was all very amusing to the- giant, and ha smiled condescendingly as the little fellow strove to impress the listening creatures. The Giant knew an felt his strength and listened in amusement. This is just a ljttle story introducing' to you The Baltic Separator Co. Ltd., who have several large factories in Sweden, and who are world-famed mak ers of tho "BALTIC" SEPARAT ORS, which have been befonj Australian Dairymen for over twenty; years; in fact, there is a dairyman in. Queensland who still has his ''Baltic" Separator which he brought with him when lie came from Victoria twenty yi:>rs ago. Others in Queensland have been in use constantly for up to 17 ye:<rs or more. One of their Agents, claimed that tho quality of the "Bal ti...

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Affairs in Ireland. A Serious Position. Civil War Imminent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Affairs in Ireland. A Serious Position. Clvli War Imminent. Telegrams appearing in the south ern daily papers air the week have given details of the situation in ire land assuming a very serious aspect, and the latest news up to Wbdnei day gave every indication of civil war being practically unavoidable. The recent kidnapping raids into Ul ster, subsequently followed by brutal murders and bank robberies, &c., has fomented m ugly temper in the North, and t->>? pbsftion now' ig one that will need the most cafreful handling to avoid a clash of arms. Our telegrams to hand on Wednes day stated that the Irish situation was extremely grave. The Ulster gar risons were being increased to four teen battalions, while the departure of British troops from the South had been suspended. The Belfast correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" says:—"We are sit ting on the edge of a volcano; and the sooner the Government and the English people realise the position the better will be the pro...

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

THAT 7TBED FEELING. It is not natural to have that tired feeling day in and day out. that you go to bed with at: night and get up with in the morning—it is * sure sign that your system is out of order. To refresh yourself and regain that strong vigorous feeiiDg you should take a course of Cham borlain's. Tablets. They will strengthen your stomach and stimulate your liver and bowels to rehewed activity; although tH have "not realised it, it is these organs that have caused that tired feeling. There is m better medicine made for all disorders of On stomach, liver and bowels than Chamberlain's Tablets. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. FaraeH. & Sons. It's simply splendid! It. .is more satisfactory and most economical to use Brown & Poison's Starch. It goes furthest and the iron glides smoothly over the material without the slightest sticking. This ensures good work always. Brown & Poison's Starch gives dainty fabrics a new, crisp feel and a snowy-white appearance that...

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

SHEARING POSTPONED. OWING to the wet weather BARCAL DINE DOWNS shearing has been postponed until FEBRUARY 27th. T. DUFFY, Contractor. NATIONAL CASING. OUR principals advise a further fall in prices, and we solicit your en quiries. Stocks at Barcaldlne for im mediate delivery. 0-2 MEACHAM & LEYLAND( PRELIMINARY ANNOtlNCElIENT UNDER instructions from Mr. W Lamont I will sell by Public Auction the whole o|t his comprehensive stock of Jewellery, &c-, also House hold Furniture, on a date to be ad vertised. 0. LLOYD-JONES, Auctioneer. Jazz Evening AT Hotel Shakespeare next Wed nesday evening, February 22nd, in aid of Sweet Stall for forthcoming Paddy's Market to be field Baste? Saturday in aid of Soldiers' Memorial Fund. All welcome. Euchre and com petitions- An enjoyable evening promised. Indies l/-» Gents. 2/-. intertown Cricket Show Grounds Barcaldine To-Morrow, SUNDAY* 19th February. Barcaldine v. BlacVall. ft Great Game Abb a red.—— Admission—Gents Is, Ladies 6d. The ...

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HAVE YOU A WEAK THROAT? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

HAVE YOU A WEAK THROAT? If so. you cuinot be too careful. You can not begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you more liable to another, and the last Sb always harder to relieve. Try Chamber lain'* Cough Remedy jugt, ance, and you will •And It pleasant to tun, and most soothing and healing. Sold by Hugh Savag" and A. Parnell It Sou.

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Our Aramac Letter From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

;Ooi>AMcLBttBt| ffmm Onp OnD Gorresooadent. The country bas dried up very qulcMy since tiie rain, and trafib has resumed. Stock are moving. The roads being in such goad condition, it will be a paradise tor drovers for some time to come. Brittaln & Co- start shearing at the | local shed to-morrow on 4000 she.-p owned by Hudson & .Co-, of Hams worth, to be followed by 7000 ihem from Staicbam on account of Grar son, afterwards to be trucked to New South Wales. The tramway returns for the month of January are as follows, viz :Re Venue—General goods, 168 tons,' £885/14/3; timber. 7 tons, £34/4/11; wool, 338 bales; 58 tons, £77/2/6; live stock, £6/1/-; passengers—1st class, 90, £48/8/5; 2nd class, £133 6/2; miscellaneous, £28/4/8; total, £1212/0/11. (£667/7/8 for 1821). Ex penditure—Salaries and wages',' £195 7/-; maintenance, £60/3/-; loco, ex penses, £15/17/3; loco, stores, £35 8/9; railway rent and ; mileage Charges, £59/16/6; adjustment Dec ember traffic, £44/11/8; ...

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