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

ftotfedOdt* GUiaturfiab fiu&fycuf TikimfypoVuctyijfbod afoufi c ia tevicc6& 'A&m * <Zt£ AtoX&G £Uux£i£y ^oocU A THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. ChEVBODBT mw CM m Mit to'gh« awwy day MrvlM at lew m^iihw Mora than 800.000 CHEV ROLET ihmh to mtt part* «r tha woiM taatlfy that tfita «ar »Mta Mm <wmH far Iwijrlwi, iapatidable i»l HOWARD MOTOR CO.. Limited, Toowoomba. Brlabtne, Rockhampton. District Agent, F. B. HATiU BwcaMUa*. MOTDIfCAft £465 With CORD TYRES. LOCAL. DCALBBS: {Longreach Motor Go. Lt<L' LONGREACH Distributors for Qtuensland and N. Rtimn ofNS.W. Canada yjycle & Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd. BRISBANE ROCKHAMPTON TOWNSVILLE LISMORB

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine A. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

6 erce dre A. & H. Society. Bbtt adjourned monthly meeting of pnunlttee ol Barcaldin* Pastoral, Slgrloultural Society was held at the ■ Bhire Hall on Thuitsday afternoon, 1 JKarch 16th, at which there were Iparesent:—Messrs. K. Park (chair man), A. D. Alexander, j. Mea • Icham, W. P. Riley, W. D.« Colman, V. J. O'Gonnell, L. L. Pearson, yjr. James, T. W. McKlo, R. Anderson, the Secretary (Mr. C. Iiloyd-Jones) and Press rep. An apology was received from Mr. R. J. McCullough. The minutes of previous «maHnC Were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE— Several telegrams and letters be tween Messrs. O'Brien & Co., die contractors for the grand stand, the ■ committee and the architect. Messrs. O'Brien £ Co. advise that 24 gauge g. Iron was out ot the market and desired to use 26 gauge. The architect objected to this; the lighter Iron would spoH a good building; he could procure 8ft. and 6ft. of 24 gauge iron, and instead of using two sheets of 10ft., two of 8ft. and one of 6ft...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LIFE'S LITT[?]E THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

LIFE'S LITTHE THINGS. u you were able to live just right all the time there would be little Wed for medicine. But some little thing is constantly coming along to put us out of balance—exposure) change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals are little things that will at times upset the best of us. Nothing particular the matter, but we don't feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a tew doses of Cham berlaiU's Tablets with certain knowledge that : they wilt put us right, right away. Sold by Hugh Savage and K. Parnell & Sons. ;

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

Export of Wool Tops, j Value of the Commonwealth's export trade in wool tops underwent great contraction, butthere hae been an expansion in Victoria. Figures of the, Bureau of CenBUB And Statistics ehow tbfit for the first six monthb of 1020*21 shipments from Australia rep resented £1,430.218. and that for tjierfirst, six months of 1921-22 the amount was only .£544,741. For December last tbo figures were £96,182, and for December. 1921, £121,160. From the Victorian Statist's returns it is gathered that wool tops shipped from this State for the seven" months to January 3let last were of the value of £200,312, &k against £368,019 for thes corresponding six months of the finanoial >ear 1920-21; but exports for last December were £34,068, or £16,335 more than for Deoember, 1920, while exports for last January were £23,825, compared with that of £4185 for JSnuaty, 1921 The Commonwealth figures for January are sot yet available. Referring to the position in England, our London ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. IF you were able to live just right all the time tliprn would be little need for .medicine. But some little thing is constantly ermine alone to put ub out of balance—expnMirr. rlijirgp of dint, nr drfthinp water, irrrculur rtiffllp ere little things that will at times upset the best of us. Nothing particulur the matter, hut we don't feel good. At such times the wise simon* us will take a few doses of Cham or r'ain'n TaMets with certain knowledge that t|i"v will put ua right, ripht away. Sold by Buph Savapo and A. Parnell & Sons. Ftatlon Managers! Why senft to TV'houme for your stationery? Try. the "Champion" offloe tor your next lot of memos , receipt books, eate- < lopes, or letter paper.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Machine Inspection Fees. Payment is Compulsory. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Machine Inspection Fees. 1 nOn Paymfent |g Compulsory. 1 Under the heading "Legal Queries" In the "Unites Graziers' Journal" of1 2nd inst appears the following In teresting Item:— j "Anti Inspector" asks:—Is he compelled to pay a fee of 6/- to the inspector of machinery for inspect ing a four-horse power petrol en gine that drives five or six shearing machines at shearing time. What i would happen if he did not pay ? The driver of a four-horse power petrol engne does not require to hare a certificate, and as far as I know/ the inspector could not con demn the petrol engine it he wanted to. ANSWER—Section 22 of the In spection of Machinery Act of 1915 provides for the inspection of ma chinery, and reads:— (1) All hollers shall he inspected at least once in every year, or more frequently as occasion requires. (2) All steam gauges shall be in spected, tested, and oorrected at least once in every year. (3) All other machinery shall be inspected at such intervals as are prescribed. , Sch...

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

Notice of By-Low. Barcaldine Shire Council. Motor Gar Tariff. NOTICE is hereby given that a, By-law has b> en passed dealing with the rates of Fares to be charged by Motor Car Drivers. A copy of tbe fame is open to inspection at the Office of the,Council daring office honrs. By order, O. H. FYSH. Shire Chambers. Shire Clerk. Baroaldine, 24th March, 1922. Our up-to-date Jobbing Plant 1b at your disposal. Proofs of Jobs sub mitted if desired—"Champion" Office A SHAVING SOAP THATSATISF1ES. Bezooa—The Trlangolar Stick. Kexona Shaving; Soap makes for comfort and hygiene in shaving, and tempera the skin against wind and bjd weather. It produces a thick, creamy lather which softens the beard, and makes shaving a pleasure. Rexona Shav ing Soap is something entirely new in evory respect. Sold only fa triangular enamelled boxes, price la. 6d. Obtainable everywhere. The "Champion" now- comprises twenty pages folio, and la newsy tri>m front to back corer. Send along your name and become o...

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

* WEDDING BELLS ;; Faiddi—Mnstuu On March 4th at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Cbnich, by the Rev. W J. Ji^mstoB, there w b married Jessie, (youngest daughter of Mr. "and film. W, Johnston. Albion Factn, Proserpine, and late of Barcaldine C Q.) to James Frederick (seventh eon of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Fardeli, of Orange, Njw Sooth Wales). The bride, who wbs given away by her tripod, Ur. E S. Cross, wore tbQ daintiest of bridal robes, white crepe de obine with an overdress of georgette, the skirt composed of .narrow panels of georgette, with ribbon bindings, and finished at the foot with hand made flowers of crepe de chine. The front panel was widei and heavily embroidered in pearls «ad stitching. The budice, with round neck and loose sleeves, was also finished nitb pearl embroidery and silk stitching; the swathed belt was bowed at the left side and bang loosely, h«nd-made flowers finish ing the ends. Her embroidered tulltt veil wbb beautifully arranged, and her bouquet waB composed of white c...

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

GRAND SW1NH1HG CARNIVAL. (Id «id Barcaldine Crioket Club) 8 p.m., MONDAY NIGHT, 27th March. 1922. PROGRAMME. Boys' Beginners Race, 20yda Handiosp, First prizj Trophy, 6s Girls' Beginners Race, 20yds Handicap, First prize Trophy, 5s Schoolboys 33yds Handicap, First pr ee, Tropby 6b Juniors 33yds (Handicap, First prise, 'Itophy 6a Ladies 33ydfe Handicap, First prize, Trophy 6b Seniors Neatest (Header, Fiwt prise, Trophy fis (Points count—3 points tabemff and carriage, 3 points entry to water, 3 points recoTeiy) Juniors Neatest Header, First prise. Trophy 6s Seniors 33yds Handicap, First prise, Trophy 10s Worst Dive, First prize, Trophyt6s Schoolboys Relay Race, v~State Sohoi i, A f.'1'sde iinil it • gr tdn, prise Trophy, U-f> tor each ewimmuiu traui , Pillow Fight, Junior* and Schoolboys, Prize Trophy, 6e >riW Seniors 66yds Handicap, Fir-i j,ri*e, Trophy 10s Only Competitors allowrd in witer. Nominationsolofce 4 p.m KVND i Y. Admission—Adnltp 1-, Ol<ildr n C&l...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
H.A.C.B. Society Sports. St. Patrick' Day at Barcaldine. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

H.A.G.B. Society Sports. St- Patrick' Day atBarcaldine. As briefly repotted last week, the annual •porta held by the Barcaldine Branch of the Q.A.C.B, Society were in every way. a success. On arrival ot the procession at the grounds the varitus events were commenced. Xbe ranging throughout the duj was clean and interesting. The big money was again annexed by a local runner (Lloyd Ellem), which brings more honor to the town. ,The De Valera Ha dicap was also carried off by Ellem, who a a atrong runner, and he deserves congratulations on his eucceas. Boy Bodgera, who is Lloyd Elitm's right hand man, won the 8t. Pat rick's Bracelet, thus securing' the treble ! j for their stable. Tbe St. Phtrick's Bracelet was a bard fougbt-for race, Vic, Taonock and Bodgera running two dead beats in succession, and Bodgera only got the verdict of the third run-off'by isoheB. ' It was a stiff contest, hod both rnnners are deserving of con gratulations for ..their respective efforts. B. McQuaid run third...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TRAGEDIES IN MELBOURNE EIGHT VICTIMS IN A WEEK. Melbourne, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

TRAGEDIES ITT MELBOURNE EIGHT VICTIMS IN A WEEK. Melbourne, Friday After bearing what they thought was a gas explosion, neighboro, on rushing into a confectionery shop in Melrose-street, North Melbourne, yes terday afternoon, found Mrs. Anule Pascoe, 45, lying in a ool of blood near the counter. She died without regaining consciousness. In a bedroom at the back of the shop was found the woman's husband Joseph, 54. dead with a bullet wound in the slde 'of Jthe head. "Near the body was a five-chambered revolver with four discharged cartridges. The neighbors state they heard no quarrel. Four double Bhootlng tragedies have occurred in Melbourne nine? Friday night- As a result two men and three women are dead, two wo men are in hospital, and one man stands charged with having shot with Intent.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday. 9 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockbampton, Friday. 9 a m. In connection with tbe . weol dis play in tlie Central Queensland ex hibit for the Sydney Show it U gratifying to know that the se'cre tary of the Agricultural Society, Mr H. Hill, has received a number of communications from 'Western pas toralists and others intimating that fleeces were being sent. There was now every prospect that the display, would be up to that of previous years. Mr. Hill is deeply grateful to I the "Western Champion" for the pro minence it gave this matter. He hopes the exhibit will be thoroughly representative of Central-Queensland j One of Rockhampton'g best knowr | citizens is Robert Bruce Downie, who claims that he was the originator or inventor of carnival week here which claim the late Bobby Dawbarn always disputed. Mr. Downie has a great scheme afoot for forming a huge co-operative company with a-quartei million capital which will - end all social problems. "Bruce" announcec that he would ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

SYDNEY WOOL SALES Sydney, Friday. At the wool sales on Thursday thp market closed without change from the previous auctions of the week. Prfces for super sorts still reflected tJite absence of Japanese competition but ordinary top-.maldpg sorts were under the influence of keen Brad ford buying and continued' to show .an improvement.1) For wools Show ing fine and particular quality buy ers were still prepared to par hiy.li pieces, and 30*d. was realised. Sliif and medium crossbreds again sold well, but coarse heavy lotg were ir regular and difficult to sell

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Victoria ALMA TIRTSCHE MURDER. ROSS APPEALS TO HIGH COURT Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Victoria ALMA TKTSCHE MUBDER. HOSS APPEALS TO HIGH COURT Melbourne, Friday. Counsel for Colin Rpss yesterday appealed to the Full High Court for leave to appeal against his convict? tion and sentence of death in con nection with the murder of Alms Tirtsche. Counsel asked that the ap plication be beard next Thursday at the 1 High Court sittings in Sydney. The Court directed the bearing to take place on Wednesday afternoon

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SEPTICAEMIC PLAGUE IN SYDNEY Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

SEJPTICAEMIC PLAGUE IN STONE* Sydney Friday. 4 man died in Sydney hospital yesterday from septicaemic plague. The victim, who was a taotor mech anic, worked and resided in the city According to the heaath authori ties, septicaemic plague is a more fatal form than bubonic. - v1 Several cases of septicaemic plague occurred during the outbreak about 20 years ago.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A SERIOUS CHARGE. MEDICAL MAN ACQUITTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

A SERIOUS CHARGE MEDICAL MAN ACQUITTED. Sydney, Friday. Dr. Andrew Cassidy was to-day put on trial on a charge of using an instrument on a young woman in November last. When the inquest was held on the young woman CaB sidy was committed , for trial on a charge of murder. The charge was later altered by the Crown to using an instrument. Accused denied evei having seen the deceased. The jury gave a verdict of not guilty and Cas sidy was discharged.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SAFE-BLOWERS AT WORK. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

SAFE-BLOWERS AT WOBK. Sydney, Thursday. A safe was blown open at booio roo, near Newcastle, early thlB morning. Thoa. Frith, a storekeep er, was awakened by a loud ex plosion on the premises. He reach ed bis shop In time to see the cracksman disappearing. He chased them for over two miles, firing shots at them, , but they succeeded In escaping. Nothing was stolen It 1b believed the Intruders" are memberB of a gang which has been blowing open safes in other parts of the country lately, Including a haul of over £100 from the Government Savings Bank at Leura

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RECENT BAND TROUBLE Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

RECENT BAND TROUBLE Sydney, Thursday. The Executive of the National Society has received a' cable from General Smuts, in answer to their' cable of congratulations on his! thoroughness in suppressing the re cent rebellion on the Rand. General Smuts says the upheaval is a great object lesson to us all as to the poisonous effect of Bolshevik doc trines, even ih our sane and well ordered democracies

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cotton Industry. FINE PROSPECTS FOR CENTRALL QUEENSLAND. VISIT OF MR. CRAWFORD VAUGHAN. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday. 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

The Cotton Industry. tDTE I'liOSPECTS FOB CENTBAJL QUEENSLAND VISIT OP MB.. CRAWFORD VAUGHAN, ' . By Telegram-. Rockhampton. Friday. 3 n.n. Mr. Crawford Vaughan, director of the Australian Cotton Growers As sociation; H. Quodling, Director ot.. Agriculture; and Mr. G- B- Brook, Instructor in ' Agriculture for the Central District, returned -from a vteit to the Dawson Valley to-day, where cotton crops were inspected. •Said Mr- Vaughan: "We have been to the Dixie land of Queensland. I was in Dixie Land in the Southern State8 of America la$t Septeriiber, and nothing reminded me so much of it as to see the miles ot cotton fields around Wowan and Dululu. We found them talking' cottdn and thinking cotton; indeed, cotton seemed to he the principal topic of conversation, as well as thq principal hope of the> future. There is no doubt about this year's cotton pulling Wowan .through the serious crisiB caused by the slump in butter-** * Mr. Vaughan stated there ware between 2000 and 3(J00 a...

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

Johic B L. H. Peterson Notary Public. ' Notary Public. lAOTASftPETERSOK Solioitors and Notaries, LONGREACH. Ardl.O.A.. Buildings. Queen-street BRISBANE H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH l r> q, DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolaovs it reet, R03KHAMPT0N «nd Eagle-st, LONGREACH. I A;BAD TASTE IN THE MOUT0. It ia anything but pleasant to awake with a tyid tast« in the mouth. This always arises from adisordmtf stomach, and may be cor rected by taking a doaf of Chamberlain's Tab lets immediately after supper. Thry clennsr and invigorate the stomach, iinprovu the difrcs tion, and give onc« s relish for Ms fnnif. Thm art easy to tafcn and pMnfiint in effect. Sold by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell & Snns.

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