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Straying Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Straying Stock. Ratepayers will be Interested in the following report, of Police Court proceedings at Roma, published in the " Western Star" :—At the Roma Police Court last week, before Mr. F. C- M. Burne, P-M., the Roma Town Council proceeded against number of broache8 of the by-laws regarding straying stock. Thomas Jones, charged with being the owner of cows found straying in the streets, tgeaded guilty. Defendant sai<} he had taken the cows three miles out of town, and later they had found their way back He was convicted and fined £1, and 8/6. costs. The Police Magistrate re marked that the small fines were ap parently ineffective, and he would double the fine each time> The Council were trying to preserve the streets for people, not for stock In the case Che Roma Town Conn* ell versus George Taylor, Robert Klaas, in whose employ defendant was engaged, appeared, and said Taylor had been served with the summons, but had to go out oit town. The Police Magistrate would...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

NOTICE. £100 Reward. 2100 reward will be paid by the un genlgned to anybody glvtnB gSUVATB . information, or otherwise gf any person, or persona stealing ■beep, cattle or horses from CLiOVEi' nrr.T ja paddocks. P. CUBBY. Barcaldine, September 20th. 19*1. Bookseller, Stationer, Newsagent, Tobacooni-t, BARCALDINE. 'gjngjh'fa Almanac, 1022, 4/- posted. fWbool Books and all School Ba jauiBltes. fmteat Uuslc, Bongs, Pieces, and Al 5MSSEH SAWI^ w the leading Newspapers and liagaeinea. Posted any period. Qlrable In advance. R. PARK, Oak-Itiut - BARCALDINE. * ■ BOBLLLA IILLING COMPANY ate OarlaBnn Brothers), B0BILLA fflDDHL * Q-O.B. inquiries for HARDWOOD, trough or nicely dressed j also HBST-OLAfiS BALUSTERS, chiefly 90TIDD GUM—so splendid to work ' tor Hardies, &c. No Order too Small ior Attention. KOSSB ERG'S Cordial Factory and . Ice andCold Storage Works, UALAH-STREBT, LONGREACH. lloet Up-to-date Flant|On> side Bookhamptcn. Delivery only to RegalatfOnstomera DRY GINSERAlFa S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

THE NEW IDE A" Fencing Dropper SELF FASTEimre 90 TIBS OB CLIPS EEQUXKBD BO FEB CEKT CHEAFEB A5D IM PEE CBHT BBTTEB TH1H AMI, OTHER DBOFPIB OH TH1 ; uun ALL HADE OF SPECIALLY * IMPOBTED SPBDff} STEEL DBOPPKB WIB* WHICH WE OUABANTO AKD STRONGLY BEX30MMND. Six Gauge for Sheep and Division Fenotap. Gauge Length Spaoings Approximate Weight. >6 2 feet 5 6 6.8 6600 per ton % 2 feet 8 6 6.812 8000 pet ton Sixtfouge Wire u approximately 8/16ia> in uiipkiiMB Special heavy 4-gange (or Cattle and Boundary Eeooea. 4 2 feet 12,12 for Cattle 4000 per.ton 4 2 feet 5.6.8.8 4000 per ton 4 2 feet 6.S.6.812 3000 per'ton Four Gauge Wire is approximately Jin. in uiok en XNTBBMXDIATB UDWIBfi IKTERHBDXA.TB KBICB8 RATE SFAODAS AID fi4U» OF WISE OT FUTOI FOB JL.Y SPACHTCHS AKD FOB AFX OAVai OF WIBBi BA B OB PLAIH. THE NEW IDEA FENCING DROPPER CO, LTD. FAVMVXIB AID MAJTOFACTUBIBS. I WORKS — North Xtockh&mpton iflflrw aB Oorrmwonimum: A. B. CATT, Baoretmrr, But-ifc, BockhmpUP

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Aramac District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Aramac District Hospital. The usual monthly meeting ot the Aramac Hospital Committee was held on Monday, 13th Inst, there being* present:—Messrs. E. W. Bowyer (chairman), E. Barnett, R, Oehlll, A. Smart, A. P. Lock, R. O. Miller, W. Hall, R. A. Stobo, B. B. Duke, and the Secretary. Nurse Simpson wrote applying for some compensation daring the period she was performing the wardBmaid's duties whilBt she was oil leave- After carefully consider ing the circumstances they decided wit^i regret that they were unable to accede to her request: The Matron wrote suggesting that! come more efficient method should be adopted In connection of dealing with the supplies to the hospital, aa under present conditions she was unable to keep a propel? check Is regard thereto.—It was decided that tn future all orders «for supplies to the hospital must be by written order, .signed by the surgeon, or the matron, and countersigned by the secretary, and that all accounts are to be submitted to the matron, wh...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Our Aramac Letter From Our Own Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Oortemac LetteP i From Our Own Corf spondcnt The weather for the past week has been ideal with no appearance of rain. The following are the latest stock passings, viz:—7000 sheep from Highbury and Lilydale to Aramac, R. Molineaux owner in charge; 2169 cattle from Mount Cornish to Ari maQg to be dipped, thence to Boatman station, Milne & Kelly drovers in charge; 3300 sheep from Fenian to Aramac to be shorn, thence by train to Dirrenbandi, Gracen owner, D Saunders in charge. The traffic returns of the Aramac tramway for February are aB fol lows :—Revenue—Goods, 174 tons, £269/6/9 ; timber, 7 tons, £20/17/4 ; wool, 967. bales, 173 tons, £211/12/4; Stock—sheep, 1281, £23/9/6; Pas sengers—let class, 120, £66/6/4; 2nd class, 249, £94/6/8 ; Miscellaneous, £22/6/9. Total, £708/2/6- (1921— £789/2/6)- Expenditure — Salaries and wages, £199/14/G: Maintenance, £279/14/0; coal, £23/18/6; Loco, charges, £16/6/8 ; Railways—rent, and mileage, £66/11/- ; Office charges, £2/19/2; traffic, £1/...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL SALES. LISTINGS FOR JUNE SERIES. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

LONDON TflFOOL ^A1E8 LISTINGS FOR JUNE SERIES. London. Wednesday A(.,the wool sale there was a very moderate selection, but good general competition rilled for all sorts. Prices were very Arm. The list for the June series closed on the 16th Inst, with 42,000 free Australian, / 36, <K>0 free ftew Zealand, 80,000 Bawra, and 7000 Cape Puntas. j

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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. EASTERN AFFAIRS. THE TREATY QUESTION. Paris. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

GABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. EASTERN AFFAIBS. THE TREATY QUESTION 1 " <4 PariB. Wednesday. The Near Eastern conference baa •Pened. Broadly speaking, the Jfrench desire a re-modelling of the existing treaty, a withdrawal of Greeks from Asia, Minor, and cko re storation of sufficient territory to wrace to enable Turkey to properly protect Constantinople. France also regards the Angora Government as Store representative of real Turkish aspirations. The British view in clines, in Greece's favor. Both desire to have the Boullion Treaty repudi ated. In view of M. Polncare's ad Terse criticisms of the Treaty last year he may agree to some modifica tions. Paris, Wednesday, Xjater. The conference decide^ to propose • suspension of hostilities between Greece and Angora for three mpnths, the forces to be immediately with drawn from contact, and. the move ment of reinforcements stopped

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Jericho Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Jericho Shire Council. A general meeting of the Jericho Shire Conncil wbb held on Wednesday, 8bh March, 1922. There were present 'Ore E. J. Freeland (Chairman). W. W. S. Daniels, F. Langston, J, Hutton, J Ul.^x 8om, W* Mclver, C. Knickel, ana W. Gram baner. The minutes of previous meeting wen* read and confirmed. It was resolved that the Surbitou rnni be repaired, the trees to be taken aw»y and the old crowing to be repaired; the tenderer to be aBked to commence work on same forthwith end if sot done teeth tea den to be cal'ed nod the work carried out nnder the supervision of the Chairman and members of Division 1 A letter forwarded by Mr. P. Dillon, of Surbiton Station. w»b not received. Mr. G. E. .Volling, Pine Bill, wrote stat ing that he had repaired tbe crossing at Chan trey Oreek.whicb bad been washed out by the flood and asked for 30a. expenses.— It was decided that tbe amount bo paid and a letter be sent to Mr. Volling thank* ing him for deiqg the work, It wae reeolved that ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

In Purchasing the Popular %/u.st-ProcfCersets ' You are well Protected Every Pair—regardless of price—ia ■GUARANTEED not to RUST, BREAK or TEAR. A. Comfort in more ways than one. Your draper sto 'ks them. W1ENEK E, SCHNEIDER & CO QUEENSLAND'S LEADING SADDLERS, WI6H to notify the public that they »re now pre pared to pnpply all.classes of Saddles and ' Harness at reasonable prices. Makers of the Famous Wleneke & Schneider SADDLES. Height and weight when ordering and we guarantee satisfaction. Write for quotations. Only one address: • 31 Mary-street, BRISBANE Price £12 12s. Mounted. AutOSCr£W Droppers are made of Btont mild steel two and three-quarter inohes wide doubled twice to a twin V shape. Practically unbendable and indeBtrnctible. Auto screw Droppers kave no ties, clips, or wedges. No stock can shift then." Easily put on 'by hand. . KutOSCrew droppers are supplied to snit any fence. Tell us the number of wires, their guages, ipacings desired. Wa do the rust. Pri...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Stability in Wool Markets Finance and Quick Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Stability in Wool Markets Finance and (hddc Sain. Messrs. Wincboombe, Canon Ltd., report i —The stability in wool values at neceat i-aloB throughout tbe world, indicates that manufacturers regard the present level of rates as sound. Good clearances o£ the catalogued offered have been effected, oon» eUtcntly. Prices at Brisbane auction*' proved equal to tboee recently recorded in otber centres. TiegitateU cause for satisfaction lies in the faot that tbe inquiry is so well distributed. Of 83,176 bales of wool ship ped from Sydney during February, the United Kingdom took 39 per cent, France 28 per cent, Germany 7 per cent., Belgium 5 per cent,, and Italy 5 per cent. This general consumption of raw-wool is - in marked contrast W the limited inquiry of 12 months ago when orders from tbe British mills and tbe Continent were mainly conspicuous by their absence. . The solid values being seottred for fine wools are not withou^ effect in other directions.* They have forced mill owners' attent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Public Notice. A PUBLIC MEETING will ba jhjlft in the Mount Cornlah Hall* B6HH toburra at 8 p.m. March 86th flpj the purpose of appointing txwffm tor the Muttafcurra BmmhUQ Grounds. 8-6 T. B. HAliU I ! QonT«PO». TEHDEB& TOWintM are called In oomuUki x with erection of acoommodattoK building for 20 man at Roeedale lot Mr. Thomas Spence, Longreedh. VW lowest or any tender not neowWto accepted. Plans and aPeclfloat! oca woajt y Been at Dalgety*e Offloe, Lopereach- <HI (raven^urlei^ DEPILATORY Superfluous Hair VoMNirki the underarm* wtt Cravca-Bnrleigh DepBatory Is an mntk way to remove lurir. White accessary tor (he wearing ol eveaiag (own and fem pareal sleeves. MMrcc *aa are (pitas Mntk lor cvary day coutaft and dtaAMK otAVEM4URiaa pcraATMnr neck, anderarms, or tiBbs quickly and palalessty. II Is perfectly harmless, does osl la crease or coarsen later hair growth, and leaves the skin beautifully clean and smooth. SOLO EVERYWHERE. Also Craven-Burleigh Talcum, ■ Hair...

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Colored Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Colored Australia. » ouo— One ounce of fact Is worth pounds of fiction. Day after day the news papers publish letters from corres pondents regarding the success oC the White Australia policy, which are bo mixed up with accounts from healthy 'high lands ot the tropics that readers are led astray, gays "The Australian Meat Trades' Journal" of March 14th. Apparently there is no one on the editorial staff of the papers who has the knowledge to point out the inaccuracies in these letters. The truth is that the whole of tropical North Queensland, with a continual wet bulb temperature ot .over 75 degress, is a "has-been." Towns have disappeared or sunk in to insignificance, and even in places like Roclchainpton and Townsville the trade and shipping is nothing like it was twenty years ago. Where is this "W"hite Australia? . In the Northern Territory, every white person employs an aboriginal to do the manual work. Nearly every "working" white man employs a black man at nothing a week to do h...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

THE I.X.L,. Bakery, OAX-&TBEET, BABCAXDDTB. Fresh Bread' Delivered D*Uy- Bona Friday. Brown Bread. J P.O'BONNELL, BAKER AND PASTBY COOEr BAaGAUHKS. A BAD TASTE IN TUE MOUTP. It is anything but pleasant to .iwal.r with .1 bad taste in tbe mouth. This aluiiv.i ariscf, from a disordered stomach, and may bo cor rected by taking a dose of Chnmherl.'iiti'a lets immediately after 8up|n>r. i'liey rl»anfo and Invigorate tbestomacb, iinp'ui'u th'j tion, and give one a relish for liia loud. They are easy to take and pleauant in <:ffoc!,. Hold by Hugb Savage and A. Parse)) & Sont>. If yoti want a Good Itasrgry. 8ulky, 8pring Cait, or Dray J. ALLHTS, BABCALfllME. General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, WHERE GOOD WORK IS DONE Phone 29 <ww»wtm|HPW» Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8T0VE8 ALBION DOVER No. 6 £6/2/6, Mo. 7 £6/19/6, No. 8 £7/1/6. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-, No. £8. No. 9 £8/6/-. BOILER STANDS lOgal. 60/-, 12gal. 88/6. 14gal. 87...

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Stories from Papua. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Stories from Papua. Judge Murray told (says the Melbourne " Age") some excellent stories of orime and criminals in Papua before a crowded audience at the Lyceum Club, Melbourne. He eaid it was impossibleto believe a man wben he pleaded guilty, because the Papuans would swear to anything to escape from the white man'e questioning. Crimes of violeatse predominated, as well as that peculiarly Papuan offenoe of spreading lying reports. A village constable cams to him for advice one day in great anxiety The minister at the chnrcb had told his people that if they did not attend the chntcb services more regularly they would be burned in a big fire. If he hq4 said it outside the church the constable said he would have arrested him at once for spread ing lying reports, but he did not like to do it in church. What was he to do?" " Murder considered as a fine art'' might accurately sum up the eeoond half of the* interesting lecture. Murder is never a orime in Papua5 it is sometime* a duty, som...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Sander A Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. Can be obtained at all abdmists and stores. I There is no reason for putting up with ia [ ferior . brands, beoause yon can obtain "SANDERS," which is not only recognised by the highest medical authorities, but is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, the best. SANDER'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured for Medical use, under the constant supervision of a medical man. SASIDEB'B EXTRACT is unequalled for colds, influents, bronchitis, diarrhoea, flatu lence, infectious diseases, locally for wounds, burns, ulcers, piles itching ohilblaina. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes" I have used SANDER'S EXTRACT for the last 42 years with the very best result. Once a substitute given me, a larger bottle at' same price— resrtt—No good. Only SANDER'S EX TRACTS enters my house." TRESPASS NOTICE. ANT person foan<l trespassing on or removing stock from Caledonia. «r Tancred holding wlthopt permission of the undersigned prosecution will follow...

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Cricket. A Good Day at Barcaldine Downs. Contributed. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Cricket. A Good Day at Barcaldine Downi. Contributed. On Sunday last a team of cricketers representing Barcal dine journeyed to Barcaldine Downs in order to play a return match. Ttue Barcaldlue team, although comprising some of the best town players, was not a truly representative one. The Bar caldlne Downs team was strengthens^ by the inclusion of F. Baston and J Cooper, from bunraven, and a. Cameron, from Home Creek. The whole of the shearers team looked a strong one on Paper and they were eagerly looking forward to retriev ing their lost laurels. The town team, comprising Dr. O'Hara, W. Gale, H- Urquhart, L. Bowden, R. Wall, V. Tannock, H. Burns, J. Garrett, J. Chambers, B. Proctor, and C. Hobler, left town shortly after breakfast in several motor cars kindly lent for the pur pose. Mr. J. j. Lynch, as usual, had his car at the disposal of the team, and he also acte^ as manager. A rousing cheer whs accorded B. Proctor when he arrived on the field at the wheel of "Plorrie," conveyi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Roberts' REFRESHMENT ROOMS, ARAMAC. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY. Fnglia&, French and Colonial Street* -Always arriving. Fresh Fruits in Season arriving •mvery Thursday and Saturday. Private room for ladles. Afternoon parties catered tor. Light refreshments at all houm. Country Orders for fruit, &c.. wlU mm1v« our personal attention at all times. A Trial Order Solicited. JUng 'Phone 69. Estimates given for all olasaes of catering. Araiac Jockey Glob. HACK RACE MEETING Proceeds in aid of the Soldiers' Memorial. £20 Programme £20 For all horses that hare not 'been paddocked tor the meeting of the iAramao Uoenaed Victuallers. Have not been fed for six weeks prior to date of meeting, or have not won a jirize exceeding (he value of Five Pounds < THURSDAY, 13th April, 1922. PROGRAMME. First Rbco to start 1.46 p.m. DIGGERS TRIAL STAKES, £8; sec ond horse 10/- from prize. For all- horses that have never won a race, 10st. 6 furlongs. Second Race to start at 2.20 p.m> FR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRMHMR SCHOOL, BRISBANE. Boys reoejveri as boarders and dajr scholars from the age of serai. The School has an Ideal situation with 80 acres within 2 miles of thfr dty; excellent playing fields, swim ming, rowing and tennis courts. Glass rooms on open air principle, The School Hosse la of brick; dor mitories onnsaany «ool end alrfi sleeping-oat aooommodatton; eleo trlo light Installed; dairy herd ef eight cows. Apply for Prospectus to—< VT. P. F. HOBKIS, M-A, Headmaatar SPtAINED ANKLS, SMFF NECK, LAMB MOULDER. TboM are threw comtnon sflmenta for which. Ghimberlnio'n Pain Balm is especially valu able. If prof!' !> it will sbv« yoai time,pioui v, .• .. -P >*• r +-ii ntrMiMel with' any odf ot b<' *.• .. ia Sola by Hugb> StTRgfi Mid & l". - I! So- J.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

NOTICE. W. G. THOMPSON, DAM }{IAXEK and TAB* SINKER Eta Etc. ) ESTIMATES given tor Overshot. Dams and By-"*'ashes. Elevated Earth Tanks built to serve the purpose of galvanised Iron tanks. From 20,000 to lOO.OOo gal lons. Repair work done. Address: OAK-STREET, Phone 146. HABC4XDIK& Try us. tor Job Printing. A Long Parcel for a Short Purse. As is out to win with SPECIALS, usual, WnKLI in Quality and Big Inducements. He is so far ahead of all others that there are times when WARD feels lonely. He is wide awake to your interests, and means his offerings are Phenomenal. Now time is short and we cannot use all the paper, so here goes:— 160 Cool Klmona. made of the best quality Crepe, trimmed around color front and sleeves 'with white crepe 100 designs- Worth up to 25/-. NOW 8/11. 160 Net Blouses obtainable In 30 de signs. Round neck- Square neck. Shirt Blouse, Sailor Color, Bell Sleeve, Long Sleeve, Three-quarter Bleeve, all smartly trimmed with Filet Lace. Worth 26/-. NOW 7/11 6...

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Yaraka Amateur Race Club. A Successful Meeting. From a Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Yaraka Amateur Race Club. A Successful Meeting. From a Correspondent. un Saturday last, the 11th Inst, the small but prosperous town of Yaraka was the centre of excitement on the Lower Barcoo, the occasion being the holding of a highly successful meet ing by the Yara&a Amateur Racing Club. The attendance was very satisfactory taking into consideration the fact that our much-wanted Blackall-Windorah '■ extension line still bae its termination at, this dry, in more sense than one, spot In the Mitchell graBs. The committee show ed great acumen in appointing their President, Mr. R. F. D. Barton, to the exacting post of starter, while the task of judging was left in the capable handB of Mr. H- V. Newton Both these gentlemen carried out their onerous duties with great eclat and discernment to the general sat isfaction of everyone concerned.' 28 horses >wcre sold through the yard which augmented the funds of the Club to the extent of about £60. The thanks of the members and patr...

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