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BRISBANE WOOL SALES. GOOD COMPETITION. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

BRISBANE WOOL SALES GOOD COMPETITION. Brisbane, Friday. The fifth series of Brisbane wool sales for the 1921-2 season closed yesterday. About 60,000 bales were ] catalogued. Competition was good, the Continent and Japan securing a large proportion of the wool sold. As compared with last sales held In j Brisbane, beginning in February, prices may be quoted—good fleece wool 5 Per cent to 16 per cent, lower, medium and inferior fleece 10* per cent, to 16 per cent lower, good skirtings 6 per cent, lower, medium skirting 1\ per cent, lower, inferior 5 per cent, to 10 per cent, lower; lambs and scoured wool was about at par; The Primary Producers' Agency, Brisbane, reports having offered 6000 bales of wool at the sales on the 15th inst. Greasy fleece was generally 5 to 10 per cent, lower than previous sales; pieces show a little change. Scoureds were occasionally firmer. The Primary Producers sold Molva, from Stanthorpe, 28d- and 253d- tor combings; Gowan Hills, Blackall, 24|d-; Boxgrove,...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wa[?] By Telegram. SOP FOR STRIKERS. N.S.W. LABOR COUNCIL COMMISERATES WITH AFRICAN STRIKERS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

New &eau» Wwes By Telegram. SOP FOB STRIKERS N.S-W. LABOR COUNCIL COMMI SERATES WITH AFRICAN STRIKERS. Sydney, Friday. The New South Wales Labor Coun cil yesterday passed a resolution ex pressing whole-hearted sympathy with the trade unionists in South Africa in their courageous fight against the armed forces of capital ism, and stating they will render them any support possible, and that they are calling upon the trade unionB movement in this country to rally to fight against any reduction in wages

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRISONERS BREAK JAIL. Deniliquin, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

PRISONERS BREAK JAIL Deniliquln, Thursday, i Two men, who were awaiting trial, escaped trom Denlli^uin goal during Wednesday night. They are John Ahem, committed for trial on charge of shooting a constable with intent to murder, and CharleB Pur cell, committed for trial on a charge of forging and uttering. The cells were found to be locked, but the ori soners h&d gone- It is surmised that they obtained outside help.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Southern Sporting. DONCASTER AND SYDNEY CUP. By Telegram. Sydney, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Southern Sporting, j i DONCASTER AND SYDNEY CUP By iVlogram. | Sydney, Friday afternoon- i The following are the latest bet- j ting figures:—Doncaster—12 to 11 Beaufort and Eurythmlc, 14 to 1 Gloaming, Epicure, Solfanella, 16 to I 1 Wish Wynne and Gilray, 20 W 1 Braehead, Dunwil, Etive, Erasmus Green Malt Isa* Royal, Alwynne, Speciality, Tressidy, Queen, 25 to 1 Alfort, Bukra, Crimson, Egotism, False Alarm, Hopetoun, Jack Find lay, Kenneppil, I/lybridge, Maltgil Ia, 33 to 1 Mormin, Foiiu, Foppyland Pluto, Remon, Sail On, Sir Maltland Syceonelle, Stronans, Stare, Thes pian, The Hawk, Validolid, Vodka 50 to 200 to 1 the others. SYDNEY CUP— 12 to 1 Eiirythmic and Harvest Ring, 14 to 1 Nautical, Furious, Sis ter Olive, 16 to 1 Beaufort, Heir Ap parent, Kasshmir, KenePll, Prince Charles, Pluto, Stare, Amazonia, Booster, Bltalli, Doutfte Bezipue, Fairy Bob, Lady Blue, Mulfti, Royal Alwynne, Red Cardinal, Syce Knight, Salitros, Thunderer. 82 to 200 to 1 the others,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]D TAS[?] IN THE [?]UTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

u> TASK IN THE flfeUTB Mo* but pleasant to awake with a .Th" ariaes W«?d stomal, and maybe cor. Hne a dose jif Chamberlain's Tab """V cleanse ite the stoma pb, Improve the dleei. wone a relish for bia food? X take and plefsant to effect. Sold wge and A. WarneU & Sons. •

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

J ehn Cannan fl L. eteroon Notary Publio. Notary Public. CAfttfAM&PETERSOtf dolioitors and Notaries, LONG HE A CH. And I.O.A.. Buildings, Qnee.i-street.. BRISBANE' fi. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHUT L D.Q., DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolsove ?l reet, ROjKHAMPTON find Eagle-st, LONGBEACH.

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Longreach and District. LONGBHACH BRANOH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

JjOnquhaoh Beanqu Offioh. The weather has taken another change. For the past few days It has beenv hot, and there are Plenti ful indications of more rain. To day (Thursday) rain appears to be very close handy. The Stock Inspector supplies the following records of the movements through *hiB office for the month of February :—Entered the district:— 994 horses, 1218 cattle, and 100,422 sheep. 'Within the district 216 hor ses, 35 cattle and 2310 sheep.

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

Islsford Shire Council.. The adjourned meeting of the Isis ford Shire Council was hald on the 7th March, the following being pre sent:—Crs. Cameron, Ramago, Ross, Dowie and Sutton, and Mr. A- Scott (Shire Clerk). In the absence o£ the {Chairman, Cr. Coxon, Cr. Cameron was elected to the chair. Tho minutes of the general meeting of December 6th, and special meeting of January 10th, were read and con firmed. . i I The outward correspondence was endorsed and the inward laid on the table for consideration. The Chairman, Cr. Coxon, was granted leave of absence from the meeting. Crs. Cameron, Ramage, and Sut ton were appointed a sub-committee to meet a 6ub-committee appointed by the Hospital Committee to arrange for the building of an infectious diseases ward at the hospital. The continuous service telephone account was guaranteed for the cur rent year. The clerk was instructed to ac knowledge receipt of circulars from the Longreach Shire Council and to notify them that we were fully, ali...

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

Cures Rheumatism People are not by any meana cleat upon the wint as to what rheumatism really la and what is Its cause. Some declare tt is produced by the excess ol uric a,cld In the blood being deposited at certain spots and causing the agonis ing pain endured by sufferers. Othere again throw discredit on this supposition and advance a variety of their own pet theories. In the meantime unfortunate sufferers are perforce compelled to stand by and endure their grevlous affliction while the medical men are arguing the point. Now, Marconi says, "Never mind the cauae, you've got cneumatlsm; and you want to get rid of It without any .further delay." There la not wanting abundance of proof that Goanna Salve will do what you want—effect a cure. The best argument of the lot la this: "If you do not get a cure, you get your money back." That's .fair, la It not? U'b a warranty that the man behind the tin possesses every conOdenoe In Goanna Salve. He advertises the truth, the truth advertises h...

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

SPORTING t .-«. NOTES "We will appreoiate contributions of sport Heme for this column. The meeting called to form the mew football dub a0 decided on at the Rugby League meeting was held at ] "Bevery*8 Hotel on Friday evening, a] large attendance being present. Mr- j J J Lynch occupied the chair. The flint business was the naming of the <;lub. and it was decided that this he the Wallaby Football Club. K ™ Tesolved that the colors be black Jersey with white collar, with white -Wallaby on the left breast, »nd socks black with white tops- The election of officials for the ensuing season was then jjroceeded with, ana resulted as follows:—Patron, Mr. K Anderson: President, Mr. J- J Lynch: Vice-Presidents, Messrs. J. ■Colman, p. Breen. W. BalHnger. C. Weumiller, J. O'Connell. W. James (Q.N.B.). N. Adams, and F- .A. mc Lean; Secretary, and treasurer. Mr. A Haves. It was decided to hold over the selection of delegates to the Lea rue until after the drafting opera tion*. It waB res...

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

STEWARTS] 4 (For Better Quality) t : Manchester Values ; that must prove - > j Interesting to t ! Thoughtful Housekeepers. OUR HAHCHESTER SECTION caters for the needs ot every t woman whatever her taBtos may be. It supplies the wants ► « of every Household of whatever class), and is constantly prov- ^ 4 ing its helpfalness to the Bride to be in the selection of her outfit. ^ 4 Ton may go as far Sonth as yon like, yon cannot better the valae , STEWART'S offer. ► 1 CASEMENT CLOTH 4 Width Casement Cloth, 2s 6d, 4 4b 6d, 4s lid yard ^ FLORAL SATEEN 4 Width Floral Satoenfr, 2b 6d, 2s 9d yard < MADRAS MUSLIN . Width TaBseled Madras Mus ^ lins, 5s 6d, 6s 6d yard , DAMASK 4 Unbleached Damask— 60inch, 5s 9d yard * 64 „ 5b 6d „ ^ 64 „ 6s 6d „ 4 White Damask— 4 58inch, 4s 9d yard 58 „ 5b lid yard i • ' 67 „ 7b 3d „ 1 70 „ 6s lid „ j SHIRTINB 27inch Harvard Shirting, a real 4 hard-wearing Cloth, laundera 4 well, 1b lid, 2s 3d, 2b 6d, 2s 9d yard < ART MUSLIN Width Art Mu...

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Motor and Cycle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Motor and Cycle Notes. [it the Amateur Cycling Carnival {concluded at Brisbane on Saturday jiflct the South Africans, Kaltenbrun. and Thursfield competed. A local, Jj. Monro, successfully cut the half mile record by 3/6 sec., -when later in jfte day, Thursfield further reduced it by 1.1/6 sec., the record now standing at 59 3/10th sec. Thurs field won the International Scratch Race over a mile, with Kaltenbrun second and Munro third. Kaltenbrun also beat Monro - in a pursuit race, but in the five miles Scratch Inter national event the finish <v*s Mouro I, Slidwell^2, Kaltenbrun 3. There are. many motor cyclists who advocate gear-changing by the feet, and the operation ot' the clutch by the hand, both of which found favor with dispatch riders at the war who used machines with Sturmey-Archer jS-speed gear boxes, who merely bent outwards the long gear-change lever (of the war models) so that it could be the more easily operated by the feet. At the same time there is no simpl...

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Court "Friar Tuck," A.O.F., Barcaldine. Secretary's Annual Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

I Court" Friar Tuck," A.O.F., Barcaldlne. z.t-.i-.t Secretary's Annual Report In presenting big annuxl balance sheet to the members ot Court "Friur Tuck ' A.O.F., last Friday evening, Mc C, Lloyd-.iunes, Secretary, read tbe following re^oit: — liave pleasure in presenting the annual balance sheet of the above Society for the period ending 31/12/21. It will be seen from the figures that a net profit on Sick and Funeral Account of £151/15/3, and a Iobb of £24/13/4 on Management Account is disclosed. The numerical position of the Court increased from 142 to 157, a total gain of 15 members. There were 20 initiations during the year and 5 members were struck off I through arrears. The number of members In partial arrear on January 1st was 14 and on I December 31st 21. This is a matter which should be given every con sideration by members. It is essen-' tial for the satisfactory conduct of the Cpurt that all members make an effort to have all arrears of contri butions paid up by the end o...

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

Station Managers! WSiy send to Melbourne for yonr stationery? Try the "Champton" office for your next lot of memos., receipt book*. #OTe lopes, or letter paper. Roikh&mpton Visitors, CALL AT ATKINSON'S Central Boarding House, •4W4*» Bolsover-street. Between R' i ■; y tio > and Po<t, Office (Nr-xt b Ki'k) Phone 533. Tariff Mod ore t a p-able h'x.'*U"ni © MIX . . A hrfrfhf Mm* WHOISBOSS? Yam m Tor S>Di»rti* Can youaatanden]oy & O ite Tablet liter cvny _ iM«lyoK«ffiM«Ueto A dlggy to yo«r stomach. No naed to diet; you can eat, enjoy, dltfnt, and assimilate 4 ml meal If yon tak* Naxtte. By wih< Ml taabtf jroor 4% difMthr* Mfaaa, nmnmbmi 10 l«| tkt ihhUdm mm m> w CHwqr, Notts Ml nl «<U bMtahyMrlaiJfMtlM. Seonl Try i* VMM S/> par BaMls. Jfowt * IIHBTI 'There'e Health in Every Atom." f Post u 10/- and we will send you a bundle of 6 beautiful Towels made up as follows: a Heavy Quality Brown Turkish Towels, 18 x SB, ® 1/ > Heavy ...

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Mr. Thos A. Graham An Old Resident Passes Away. Tributes to a Worthy Citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Mr. Tho& A. Graham An Old Resident Passes Away. Tributes to a Worthy Citizen. It is difficult to express the ^y?eak able sorrow throughout the district when it became knoWnWthat Mr "rtiomas Andrew Graham jad Quietly passed away in^'tha Victoria Hospi tal, Barcaldii)©, after a tew days' ill ness just on the threshold, we may s^y» of taking a'well-earned rest after a faithful service of 22 years as dis pensing chemist at Barcaldine. We ittle thought when writing of the change in the proprietorship of the old-established business, and wishing Mr. Graham a happy time in the de clining years of life, that in the fol lowing issue we could "have stated that Mr- Graham was sick unto death, hut refrained from mentioning it 5n any form at the reauest of friends In case the paragraph should create unnecessary alarm. Early In the week Mr. Graham appeared in ex cellent health, but he felt very much, as the time approached for his de parture, parting with so many friends of long standing;...

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

THE LX.L. Bakery, OAX-STBEET, BAB€A£DXRB. Fresh Bread Delivered Dally. Bona Friday. Brown Bread J P.O'OONNELL, BASER HID PA8TBY COOK. B&BCftUHHE* ROSSBERG'S Cordial Factory ' ■ and Ice and Cold Storage Works, UAL4H.STREET, LONCREACH. Most Up-to-date Plan 11 On j> aide Rockhampfccm. Delivery only to BegularfCaetomers DRY GINGER ALE a Soeclalit*

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Returned Soldiers and Sailors League. Barcaldine Sub-Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Returned Soldiers and Sailors Barcaldlne Sab-Branch. * . A general meeting ot members and intending members ot the Returned Soldiers and Sailors Imperial League was held at the JShire Hall sapper" room on Saturday evening last, 11th March. Mr. R. "Whyte occupied the chair. Mr. Pearson stated that he intend ed to resign as secretary.' After' some discussion it was re solved to carry on the Barcaldin* sub-branch,' and to ask Mr. A. Pearson to re-consider his resigna tion". The following officials were then appointed:—President, Mr. J. Par rel; Vice-Presidents, Mr. R- WJiyte and Father Jones; Treasurer, Mr. Littleton'; Secretary, Mr. A- Pear son; committee—Messrs. W- Finch, P. Bourke, add D. Devery. General business was then proceed ed with. Mr. ^Parrell said that the first busi ness was to consider the proper ob servance of Anzac Day, ,25th April, which was now a close holiday. Some discussion followed, but the general opinion was that a combined! religious service be conducted at the...

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

TRESPASS NOTICE ANY person found trespassing on or removing stock from Caledonia or Tancred holding without permission of the undersigned prosecution wlU follow without respect to persons. BRIAN J. KELLY. 3mtha Manager. church of England grammar SCHOOL, BRISBANE. Boys received as boarders and day scholars from the age of seven. ' The School has an ideal situation with 30 acres within 2 miles of th« city; excellent playing fields, swim ming, rowing and tennis courts Class rooms on open air principle The School House Is of brick; dor mitories unusually cool and airy; sleeping-out accommodation; elao tric light Installed; dairy herd or eight cows. Apply for Prospectus to— vr. P.' F. MOBBIS, M.Av Headmaster SPBAINED ANKLE, STIFF NECK, LAME SHOULDER. These are three common ailments for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is especially valu able. If promptly applied it will savo you time, money, and suffering when troubled with any one of these ailmciitn. Sold by Hugh itavAge and A Parnrll &...

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Alpha Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

Alpha Notes. From Oar Own Correspondent. ' The funeral of the lata Harry Lane, for many years ganger on the lis* at Ilfracombe and Dartmouth, took! place on Friday, March 3rd, at 4 p-m> The cortege left the residence of MT*i J. Scarth, where deceased had lived for over, two years. His son, Mr. Henry Lane, of Emerald, attended the funeral, also several friends. De ceased left foiir daughters and one son, all grown-up, to mourn their loss. Mr. Cornelius, lay reader, offi ciated at the graveside. The coffin, which waB a beautiful casket, was provided by Miessrs. Meacham' & Leyland, Barcaldine. Mr. E. j.; Presland • conducted the funeral ar rangements. ; The herdsman had a busy day anil Tuesday rounding up the goats, aritf making the ladles run np to the dip yards with their thirty pennies. 'Who would be a herdsman? Alpha, March $th> 1922.

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LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 March 1922

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If you were Able to lire just right all the time there would be little need for medicine. But some little thing iB constantly coming along to put us out of balance—exposure, change of diet or drinking watfer, irregular meals are little things that will at times upeet tbo best of us. Nothing particular the matter* but we don't feel good. At such times tbfr wise among us will take a few doses of Cham* berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us rigbt, ri(rtit away. Sold by Hugh Savsgo and A.. Parnell & Sons.

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