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Barcaldine Rugby League. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Barcaldine Rugby League. IRife first meeting of the Barcaldine Rugby League for the ensuing season was held at Devery*s Hotel on Wed nesday evening last. The Presilmt 'CMr.'R. Park) occupied the chair juid> Messrs. T. O'Connell, J. 3. Lynch, J. Farrell (Vice-Presidents), 8. 'Hoy (Treasurer), and the Brigade team's delegates (Messrs. W,. Mal lory, C- Lloyd-Jones, and E.\ Vale were present. An apology from Mr. J. Al.litt was laccepted. Mr. Lynch' stated that the Wallaby . Club hafl decided to hold over tbe ap pointment of delegates until after J the drafting of tbe players.1 The minutes of last annual meeting were rr --,i held over. ; j " The Chai'"' -suitably welcomed I the offici , of the League, and hoped thaV all would work amicably togethe* as in previous years. It was stated that owing to a mis understanding the Drafting Commit tee' did not meet the previous even ing? but the teams would be drafted Immediately after this meeting. The correspondence was then read and tabled fo...

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

Save Money on GROCERIES at GIBSON'S. DON'T get a mistaken idea that you aro alway8 Baring when you pay less for. groceries. If you buy goods of inferior quality you riin the chance of securing impure foodstuffs and so are playing with your chances o£ good health and so pay more in the long run. When you buy your groceries at Gibson'g you can be sure of getting fresh, good quality groceries and provisions that will cost you In many cases less than you would pay else where for inferior goods. Let us have a trial order now and we will show you we can help you save. GIBSON'S Departmental Stores, (J. 11. ItObVRniK) General Merchants, LONCREACH.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A HUGE DEFICIT. Washington, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

A HUGE DEFICIT. Washington, Thursday. ! It Js announced that the Treasu rer is faced with a shortage of 200, 000,000 dollars, became the Income tax payments total a lesB amount than anticipated. _ !

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. VALE! LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROCLAMATION ISSUED. Brisbane. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland By Telfgram. TILE! LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROCLAMATION ISSUED. Brisbane. Thursday- I A proclamation issued by the Go vernor-in-Councll to-day stated that Royal assent had been given to the; Bill to amend the Constitution by abolishing the Legislative Council. This means that the Council will now cease to exist. . j

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COTTON GROWING IN C.Q. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

COTTON GROWING BS C Q. I Brisbane, Friday. Ab illustrating the spread of the area under cotton cultivation in the Central district, 45,2661bs. of r^w cotton have come to hand already at the cotton-ginning premises at Rofik hampton, and approximately 90001bs are in transit.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE IRISH QUESTION. "DE VALERA A BEATEN MAN," London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

THE IRISH QUESTION. VALBRA A BEATEN MAN," London, Wednesday. Lord Btrkenhead. epe&biag in the' House of Lords, said all information fix the bands of the Government Showed that De Valera was a beaten man. If they could only prevent <flvULwar on the frontier the Treaty would be accepted In Ireland by a trigger majority than was secured in tbe British Parliament. * There is considerable sniping or the border. The Commissioners Who are British officers, are power lws to stop it.' Sniping occurs chiefly from homes, and Is directed agalnBt Ulster outposts.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE RAND TROUBLE. "NOT A RACIAL QUESTION, BUT A DEEP-SEATED REVOLUTION." Johannesburg, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

' THE SAND TROUBLE. fNOT A RACIAL QUESTION, BUT A DEEP-SEATED REVOLUTION" Johannesburg, Wednesday. The last of the burgher com mandoes baa left the Rand. The Minister for 'Defence, thanking them for tbelr services, said that it was not a racial question, but a deep-seated revolution. The business was started and was encouraged by people whi bad painted their own country red and had destroyed their own country where life and property was no' worth sixpence. They then came to pillage this country. They bad seen no regular army, and did not dream that 10,000 troops could' march from anywhere and everywhere.

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

WiAGH reducing. London, Thursday "WflgeR practically fn all trades are Buffering further automatic jroluc ducMons through the fall In the coBt of llvlnp. The Civil servants' reduc tions will operate from ,April lBt, •when the war bonds are' due- The employees are opposing the reduc tions, but employers are adamant Working-men penerally urge that In view of the automatic reduction In wages rents should also be red'jc.tfl.

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

martne accident. ■London, Thursday. Tha Admiralty reports that ttte destroyer Versatile rammed a sufc-l marine, No* 524, off Europa Point, ^ near Gibraltar, and the submarine i Kflnir in 500 fathoms of water. It is] supposed there were 23 persons on < board- The submarine was rising to j the surface 20 yards from the Ver- j satlle, which was steaming at 27 knots an hour. The submarine was cut in two and Bank- The Versatile stood by for hours but found no sign of any survivors.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BOWEN COAL FIELD. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

. .BQWEN COAL FIELD . Brisbane, Friday There is no doubt about the value of the new coal find near the Bowen railway in view of wbat tbe Mini* ster tor Mines, Mr. Jones, said to da>^i He gaid, it !was jtound about! nine feet from the surface, and he maintained it would not be right to | issue leases to private individuals to enable them to operate and thus compete with the Bowen State field, which was a comparatively short distance away. That was why h© had decided to reserve an area for State purposes- He regarded the Bowen coalfield as one of the foremost In Australia- i

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales STEAMER IN TROUBLE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

New South "WalQB —oOo~ STEAMER IN TROUBLE. Sydney. Thursday. The .storm-battered steamer Kai-j tangata arrived tblB morning ■wlth.^i Jury rudder neatly rlgged. She bad been able to do seven knots an hour with the make-shift.

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

COOGEE SHARKS Sydney, Thursday. Circumstances surrounding the capture of a shark at Coogee Inst: night show that the Bay is still In-; tested with savage and hungry monBters. The shark caught was 11 feet in length and hag been torn to pieces by other shacks.

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

UisiMMgii The annual meeting of the Barealdine ■ Lawn Tenuis Olub will be bald on the town courts at 4 p.m. on April 8th. We have bad some inquiries for nomina tion form* Cor the Aramac Athletic Sports at Easter. Will the energetic secretory j>lca«e fotinrt ns a few ? Dick Arnst has annonnced his intention to challenge the winner of the HadQeld Paddoo lunch, to row tor the world's Cham* pionship. Bine teams started in a six boars' team cycling race in Sydney last Saturday. The. ■ Sooth Africans Ttants&eld and Kaltenbrun won by a wheel, the d is canon covered being 1M£ miles- In tbe three mileB scratch raoe W. Gillett won from Kaltenbrun by a length. A.:B. Plumb won tbe 100 yards Central Queensland Ohaflipionship swim at Bock haapton daring the wet'k. The previous holder ot toe title, S. Sharp, and Cook were deadheat second. Piumb won by a tonoh. Time, t.98/6ths. At tbe St. Patrick's Day Sports at Uel #bonrue, held laat Saturday, P. \V. Page treated a new record for Victor...

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

FRANK E . HALL BARCALDINE, Has MOTOR CARS roaaiEE. Two 6-Cyliader Buioka at your disposal. Phone 78. —o— Aguat lor Howard's '•Trinnph" Motor Oyole, *' Eover'1 Oyole and Sap^rieu United Stated Motor Tyros, Etc. $S~Baroaldine and District Agent for— The Celebrated BU1CK CARS, j MOTOR CJIR^ hire FOB Prompt Attention Ring up 'Pbone 101. DAY "OK NItiHT. j CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, j " Killarnoy Villa," j lmth Barcaldine. "KENILWORTH," Private Hospital, UafiiE and Aoaou btekkts, BARCALDINE. —Outside Case* Attended.— For particulars and terras apply to— hone 81 RUBY GBKKOT, A T NA The People's Gash Store Asu-srutBr J'v (oppotiite Oli'leogruph), B^aCA^PIWJB, For your order for or p»oi>ucE Riug PHONE 83. B. KC, 0UXKT2T, Proprietor. HARRYBUBGESSi PRACTICAL TAILOR, BARCALDINE. Full range of materials In stock to select from. 1 Tour own materials made up. CLEANING aiyl PRESSING, All garments made on thu premises. CAB FOB HIRE. ABAHAC Visited Fortnightly. 'Pbone 14. Bo* «•' | j^ustralian J...

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

Hie State Government Insurance Office transacts Fire, Life, Marine, and Accident Insurance on the most favourable terms. FIVE YEARS' RESULTS Approximate Amount* Insured— Fire and Miscellaneous Acadentf J jSOOjOOO - - • • - £3,500,000 . HEAD OFFICE! Govt. Insurance Building, George and Elizabeth Sts., Brisbane Brandies at—Warwick, Iprwich, Toowoomba, Roma, R6ckhampton, Bundabeitfi Maryborough, Mount Morgan, Townsville, Cairns. Agandut in all towns throughout the State. ^John A. IValaon, CommMonet. M. Boberts, Barcaldine. T IMP the old "bus " along and the excellence of the repair work will surprise you as much as the crash itself. Wobbly wheels successfully unwobbled; " unput" parts put right again ; engines tuned up ; springs replaced quite reasonably. ■ Bring it here, don't experiment! Your luck's bad enough as it is. DY6R & WHYTE moun Mechanics' ASH STREET, BARCALDINE Phone 131 J loo A. for> kr c/ c trie name on erefiy 77a ans&sis CONDENSED Edgar's Treasure .Hou...

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

Special Notice Column. Do you want anything P Have you anything to sell f Have you lost or fonud something it Meetings, 4c. Advertisements in this column at special rates for CASH strictly in advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/6 ■very additional eight words... 1/- 1/3 1/6 flUROmnn V Long Wood per load, I2d. llBBWUUlJ_0at up- ,il()0lta> per loud—12a E. J. HUNT, Ash St, Baroaldiue. HOUSEHOLD FUHNirUUK tor Sale. Apply — G. MAtjdKY, fir-Btreat, Bftroaldma. F. T. McDONALD. Sadfltar &nfl QU laeaa Maker, Oak-»tr®et. Barcaidlne. All repair work undertaken. '.Phone 126 FOB SALE—Cat Rqbm, largest and best assortment always obtain •ble^-MiBs Gun a, OhestauJ. Street. North Side. Barc&ldlne. KUItllABIT HONEY— Guaranteed Pure. 71b. tins,: 6/-> X4lb tins, 10/-' Larger quantities U required- C. Lloyd-Jones, Agent .WHITE piper now being procu...

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Barcoo Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Barcoo Shire Council The annual meeting of the Barcoo Bhire Council was held on Monday, the 13th* Inst, having been' adjourn ed, on account of the flood in the Thompson and Barcoo Rivera, fr February 12th last There were pre sent Messrs. H. 3. Cameron (Chairman), and Councillors H. Hickson, J. Gearn, T. C- Button, and M. P. V/i. Button. The minutes of last meeting were rood and confirmed • A lot of formal correspondence bad been attended to by the Chair man and Clerk, and the balance sheet was read, received, and placed on the table for consideration. Governor Nathan, the Chairman of the Queensland Committee and Automobile Club, wrote re subscrip tions to the Australian Relief Fund tor stricken Europe. Many ways for raising money were suggested, considered and, owing to the unique position of the Shire, having devas tating floods in the Thompson Bar too and Cooper, while the whole of the area away from the frontages of these rivers is suffering in the ravages of drought, abandoned. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPORTING NOTES We will appreciate contributions of sport items for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

SPORTING r , . NOTES is r^ W« will appreciate contributions of sport items for this column. fieveral swimming carnivals are on the stocks to take place at the Bavcajdine swimming baths during the coming weeks, and our mer maids and sea lions would do . well to get into form. In the new care taker, Mr. Chivers, is one who be lieves in encouraging the frpuWifni taport of swimming, and he 18 doing tauch towards the proinotion of aquatic carnivals. Recently .the in novation of mixed bathing appears to have become popular, and large orowds of men and women have Jbeen sporting together in the even ings "in the surf." The baths are well lighted up at night, and every tiling Is conducted on decent con ventional lines, - so even the unco guirf can hardly have grounds for complaint as regards mixed bath ing. Monday evenings are reserved for ladies only, but Mr. Chlxers says he has no objection to the sexes ■porting together, if they wish, on «ny other night in the week. By the laughter one he...

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

I STEWARTS) r SPECIAL VALUES i /in ■ > i Boys and Men's Apparel ! IN our MEN'S SECTION we cater for every taste, and offer the BeBt Value, and the Best Only. Comparison will quickly proye our values to be superior in every sense. — Kens Beadj -tfl-Wear Suit®. • 60, 70, 73, 84 In all sizes. Mens Tweed Trousers 10/6/ 12/6, 14/6,15/6, 17/6, 22/6 ' Hens ininU Trousers Drill. / 14/6, 17/6, 21/-. Mens Klioii Moles. ' ' 18/6, 21/6, 22/6. ' Kens White Prill Trouser8 22/-. Kens Striped Crash Tros. .22/6. Kens TVhifce Cotton Singlets. 36, 38, 40, 42 44. 7/-, 7/3, 9/-, 9/6, 9/9 Boys Tneed Suits. 18/6, 19/6, 21/6, 22/6, 37/6, 49/-. Boys Crash Suits 12/6, 16/6, 16/6, 17/6. ■ Boys Tweed Snickers. 6/11, 6/11, 7/3, 8/6. Boys Singlets . 24, 26, 28, 30. 3/11, 4/6, 6/6, 0/3 Kens Wool and Cotton Singlet. 36, 38, 40, 42 7/11, 8/6, 10/6, 14/6. James Stewart I Co. Ltd. Tbe Pioneer Drapers, Clothiers and House Furnishers, _ . of Central Queensland, Criterion House, BARCALDINE « y w ir tr fr w w w t» ^ W...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Beef Stocks in London. Mr. Jowett More Hopeful. London, March 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Beef Slocks Id London. Mr. Jowett Hoc flopefil. London. Marrti oth. Mr. Jowett, M.H.B., interviewed by the Australian Frew Association, said that the prospects of disposing: of frozen beef were slightly better, though' the market had no! improved Persistent rumors tat Influential quarters that Vestey Bros. Zitd. had sold all the old beet as the Continent ha^ proved correct- "What had hap pened was that'''the British Govern ment had sold the lost of its old stocks, -which Vestey Bros, did not consider good enough to buy. This had all gone- to the Continent, to gether with portion of Vestey Bros-' old stocks, which had been reduced to 130,000 quarters. There was goodE reason to believe that recent enor mous shipments of Argentine chilled beef were not being maintained.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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