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Halferty's Creek Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

Halferty's Creek Picnic. Contributed by "On# of the trowi" PerhAPg a tew lines concerning |. bush picnic which took 'place MM cemtly on the bank of Halferty*d Creek, In the Alpha district, may t«f of Interest to some of your readers 4 From points seventeen milen apart the selectors, together -with thelq wives and a fair sprinkling ot younjJ men and maidens, all met to Join In1 the day's tan. An explanation as t«j why this particular spot was chose4 may be necessary. Halferty*s Creek; crosses the main northern road about thirty-three miles from Alpha, «n4 the crossing hag never been of fbai best. Six months back it became quite difficult to negotiate^ and seve ral cars have found their "Water loo" there. The Jericho Shire Coun cil, after a long wait, inspected the site, and after another long Interval, called for tenders. In the meantime the recent heavy rain made the cross ing quite impassable- Up to the time of the picnic, no vehicle, except tltt buggy driven by the mailman, had cr...

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

O'BRIEN & CO.. (O'Brien A Bathgate.) Btilders and wo&traoton, BARCALtHNE, Estimates given foe au undt «t Building* and Repairs. Painting add i'lumblns »Iso orecnujd.* That Sore Leg It dpea not matter how many yean you have suffered, nor how many so called remedies you may have tried with out the slightest effect If you still have a sore lee It Is perfectly clear you have not. heard of Goanna Salve or you would have certainly tried it after knowing the wonders of healing: It has worked. Hun dreds of others, far worse sufferers than you, have every reason to-day to tbank Goanna Salve for the perfect cure It ef fected in their cases In marvellously short periods of time. The sworn testi monials, sent quite unsolicited, wouli All this paper. Goanna Salve Is the Australian bush remedy, in which goanna oil, the most penetrating oil known, forms an important Ingredient The flesh will absorb the curative properties of Goanna Salve as a «ponge will absorb water. Mrs. T. Hart ...

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

At the Dressing Table. By Mimosa. How MUlcent Cheated Father Tims* I hadn't seen Milicent tor over three years, when I called on her a few daye ago. I» knew she had taken up charitable work, and from what I had heard ot her from time to time, J hard work, early rising, and late to bed, I quite expected to find ' her looking older, and very much the worse for her three years' work- Bat far from looking jaded and tired. I found her younger and fresher than when I had last seen her. Her com plexion was smooth and clear, and her hair brighter, and more glossy than before, while the few wrinkles which I remember had entirely disappeared. How She Preserved Her Complexion. After a little persuasion she told me the secret of how she had not only kept but Improved, her looks during the three years In which we had not met. In spite of her hard work and late hours. She told mo she owed the fresh ness ot her complexion to the re gular use of every night ol • plain Mercollsed Wax- This she rubbe...

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

Recent* Publications. THE YPTOE WORLD— "The "Wide World Magazine" for March amply sustains the ctyim that this Is the magazine for.men. This issue contains "More about the K.K.K ", the fstrangeet secret society on earth. The publication of a pre vious article on this society aroused an extraordinary amount of interest. Since then the Ku Klux Klan has been very much in the limelight in the United States and searching Go vernment investigation into Its un derground activities has taken place the contents map of "The Wide ! World Magazine" shows the. locality of every article and story in this ptv 'irl number. Outstanding con trilni - in the issue before us are "Black "M" by Geoffrey Williams, mi,* "a '• nro Hunt in the Land of Thirst" by red O. Cornell. O.B.E-, F.R.G.S., THE TELLOW IHTAGAS5WE— . The issues of the "Yellow Maga zine"—the companion to "The Red" —.for February 10th and 24th indi cate that this new venture by the Amalgamated Press Ltd- has caught the popular taste. This ma...

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

IHIS Wide Brim Pelt is ideal for the msn whose work keeps him continually oat of doors. ,The Brim, which is 3-£ iucbes wide, being firm will not flop when riding, bat caD be worn as shown or tnrned down all ronnd. Illustration chows the BADEN POWEL crown with grease proof leather—you can have ordinary Lounge Shape if preferred. COLORS—Gtay and Fawn. Gfcy with Blaek Band. Fawn with Self or Black Band All Sizes. Write to Desk Z PIKE Townsville BROTHERS Brisbane. LTD., Toowoomba BLANKETS OUB FAMOUS "PHOENIX" BLANKETS ABE MADE A GOOD DEAL BETTER THAN THE OBDINABY BLANKETS THEY ABE HIGH-GRADE AUSTRALIAN BLANKETS, HADE SPECIALLY FOB US IN VICTORIA BY ONE OF THE BEST AUSTRALIAN WOOLLEN KILLS. OUB "PHOENIX" BLANKETS AXE MADE FROM THE FINEST SELECTED AUSTRALIAN WOOLS "PHOENIX" BLANKETS ABE .HADE FULL STANDARD WEIGHT »AND SIZlE- THEY ABE HADB /WITH PLENTY OF BODY, STILL NOT TOO HEAVY. YOU GET WARMTH WITHOUT EXCESSIVE WEIGHT- < BUT WE GIVE YOU MORE THAN THAT. WE QFFEB YOU THESE QUAL...

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

Iftarjfcet Keports.' _ • , The N-Z.L.^.& M.A. Go. ttd., re Port :—4126 aheap, were penned at Enoggera to-da^. The quality was fair. Best mutton sold from 4d. to 4}d. per. lb. 1100 lambs were pea-, ned- Prices were higher. 1020 cattle were yarded. The quality, was good. Best bollock beelsold from 14/- to 16/- per 100 lbs.; cow bedf, 10/- to 12/- per 100 lbB: . Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson * Co. Ltd., Sydney, telegraphed us on Wednesday as follows :—We . sold 9000 bales. of wool at our .Sydney sale to-day. Yorkshire was the mainstay of the; market. Best fleece wools made recent reduced figures. Good average merinos were very Arm at late rates. We sold Inverell and Adelong merinq fleece 233d-, Yass fleece 26dv scoured 38d

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FOR THAT RUN-DOWN FEELING. Take Dr. Sheldon's Pills—They Give Quick Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

FOB THAT BUN-DOWN FEELING. TakeTJr. Sheldon's Pills—They Give Oulck Belief. Many men and women suffer habitually from Sciatica, Rheumatism, linckache, Lumbago, or Nervous OeproiBinn TrnuWea that they ascribe to beinu "rundown." Thes" symptoms are really the resul£ of impurities in the system, duo to the kidnuja not performing their proper function?. What you want to set you right,, and make life n pleasure Again, ii Dr. Sheldon's PillR, toclosuse the blood, regulate the kidneys, and tone up thef rterya. (food health "is natuiul to the human body, and with the help of thiB valuable remedy you cjn recover it, al though you may .have suffered fer years So don't suffer. Rem"mb(T Dr. ' Sheldon's Pills am the real medicine for Sciatica, Backache Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Try them lo ouraelf. Obtainable everywhere. Try us for Job Prlntln*.

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

GENERAL Gathering^ dim innes Presbyterians who re jeentiy built a £16,000 church, de eded to build * school hall, and col £1000 tor the purpose in W Speaking at Gundagai a tew day aeo Mr. M'Girr, the £rtherhood, said he jwuttjjjw «to present political situation, which *» 5toe to bitter political feelUig, by hanging all the editors of all the ■mrapapers. We suppose he does not SSSTthe editors of the various "Workers," "to indulge in flult® "bitter political feeling" as soy pAUnr -working in opposition to La bor Polities? The New York "Herald's" Home '(correspondent states that the Ital ian Government has concluded an agreement, with Britain preparatory to a large emigration of Italian labor to Australia. The arrangement pro vides that fanners will receive land and jobs upon reaching Australia [Well, judging by experience of their In the North Queensland sugar dis tricts, the State could not secure bet ter or mpre energetic settlers. ;■ A farmer at Southbrook P088688®? a. cow which be...

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

qUIB ELL'S SHEEP DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND) Q P QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP U I 80S. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS | B QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP Bl ts. pergaUon to SgaUwfiraiip. E t SALSET7 St CGHPAN7, LIB., UIMPTOI, t 5 SOLE AG£SNTS S PUMPING OUTFITS fm ivEii wen os mi We have many different kindB of pumps for this use—aud everyone is np to the well-known Bozacott high-class standard. PUMPIKra OUTFITS For these services ooDbult us. The department interested will always be glad to give the benefit of their broad experience to anyone interested in pnmpipg. Deak "T" will gladly send booklets and prices, Ac Yon can get BUZACOTT'S uzacon Adelaide-St. BRISBANE Also I n Jttorket-etreet UMI TC.O 81UNRT

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

— for better results The iron just glide*—smoothly over the finest fabrics or heavy materials when Brown & Pol son's Starch is used—it makes ironing a pleasure^ Brown fc Pokea'a Starch goaa twill—, h wwwyArhite, aad impaiti ■ * plaanat fed to dabtjr mrnt. •'« Jkank l» mil 11 «aato«* Qi—H Care F'iboi, anil* IMm (Autrala) Brown & Poison's The AUSTRALIAN ESTATES t M0RT6A6I CO. LW BRISBANE Wool Brokers Stock 8c Station Agents Produce Salesmen PROMPT & EXPERT ATTENTION THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. "ANTHONY HORDER!® Invite You to Write for the Fashion Book It will come to you as an authoritative . guide to the season's smartest styles—and the most inviting economies. From its pdjges you can order your entire Autumn and Winter outfit with the fullest confidence of satisfaction and the assurance of saving money. The variety for choice is wide-—the qual ity of every garment—Anthony Horderns'—— whiich means absolute reliability. The Book will Be Posted Free to Any Address, an...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A P.M. on Prohibition Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

A P.M. on Prohibition Ordnrs. An interesting csbb (interesting because tbe P.M., Mr. F. C. M. Borne, spoke out strongly on the subject of piohibition orders) was beard at Boma laet webk, when a man named Burton against whom there was a prohibition order was summoned for procuring liquor and another man named Ismail was charged with supplying it. Both defendants pleaded guilty. Tbe Police Magistrate said defendant Bnrton'hai come to him himself and asked for the order to be made against bim. He did not believe in these prohibition orders. If a man had not sufficient will or strength enough to resist tbe temptation of liquor be should get some other assistance than that of tbe court. Respectable members of the community should not require any inter vention of the court at all. These orders took away the liberty a man should have. It waB Iho greatest mistake in the world to get a prohibition order agaiDst such a man. But once it was obtained it should be enforced. Once an order was mad...

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

Shearing Rates. Tbe Federation Arbitration Court expects to bear tbe case in connection with tbe flew claims for Bbearing about tbe end ot tbiB month in Sydney. In its claims tbe A.W.tJ. iB asking for a shearing rate of £3 a hundred tor flook sneep, and £6 a woek and keep for shed bands., It also a«tks for a weekly minimum guarantee of £9 10s for shearers, or JB8 with keep (says the " Daily Telegraph"). On tbe other band tbe grae iera ask that tbe 1917 award be odberou to, which provides for a shearing rate of 30s. a hundred, no minimum earning guarantee, and £3 with keep for shed bands; boys between 18 and 21, 37/6 per week; under 18, 32/6. Tbe A.W.U. claims £6 a week for sued bands irrespective of aee. There ti:u. in-my utber uIhiujs on rjebait of tbe a.vV.U , but th» most important lobue, next to iuer:il5;,n iaat ot boars. J<'or tbe graziers, it is contended that the "standard hours" in the shearing are tbe liunu mat i.re pioviduu ror in tbe -awuid, nmubiy, 48. la laet...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A SHAVING SOAP THAT SATISFIES. Rexona—The Triangular Stick. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

A SHAVING SOAP THAT SATISFIES. Benraa—The Triangular Stick. Reiona Shaving Soap makes for comfort and hygiene in shaving, and tempers the skin against wind and bad weather, it produces a thick, creamy lather trhich soltenB the beard, and makes shaving a pleasure. Rexona Shav ing Soap is something entirely new in every respect, Sold otaly in triangular enamelled boxes, price is, fid. Obtainable everywhere. Try ua tor Job Printing.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHY BE A DYSPEPTIC[?] It's So Easy To Have a Good Digestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 March 1922

WHY BE A DYSPEPTICP It's So Easy To Have a Good Digestion. _ What's the use of suffering from indiges tion, gastritis and dyspepsia when it's eo easy to have a good, healthy digestion ? Thousands of people who used to have stomaoh tronblo, and were actually afraid to eat, now enjoy every meal and can eat anything they like. Tou, too, can do the same. Go to the nearest chemist and get a package of Biaurated Magnesia (Powder or Tablets). Take as directed, and you'll wait in vain for the usual pain and distress; or if the trouble has already started, Bisarated UagneBia will stop the pain in a few minu tes. Bemember the name—Bisurated Mag nesia, or " Bismag" as it is often called— the preparation which prevents stomaoh disturbances. Every package bears the ad ditional trade-mark word " Bismag'' boldly j lettered on the wrapper.—Advt.

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

In the Supreme Court of Queensland In the lands and goods of Patrick Curry, late of Clover Hills, near Barcaldlne in the State of Queensland, grazier, deceased, intestate. NOTICE is hereby given that after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, application will be made to this Hon- ourable Court that administration of the real and personal estate of the abovenamed Patrick Curry deceased, who died intestate, may be granted to the Union Trustee Company of Aus tralia Limited (Emily Currie of Bar caldine aforesaid, the lawful widow of the said deceased, having by virtue of the provisions of Section 5 of "The Union Trustee Company of Australia Limited Acts 1890-1892"' authorised the said Company to apply) Any person interested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a caveat In the Registry at any time before the grant is made. Dated this twenty-third day of February, 1922. R. J. McCDLLOUGH, Solicitor for the said The U...

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

ROLL OF HONOR.   Gunner Leslie William Tynan. In loving memory of our darling brother, No. 3205, Gunner Leslie William Tynan, 112th Howitzer Battery. Killed in Action, March 21st, 1918, at Dianoutre, Belgium. Aged 21 years 9 months. Ever to our memory dear. Inserted by his loving brother and sister Jack and Annie and family, late of Mt. Morgan. IN MEMORIAM. Faulkner—In loving memory of my dear sister Lydia Faulkner (nee Charlesworth) who died 22nd March, 1916. To-day recalls sad memories. Of a loved one gone to rest, And those who think of her to-day Are the ones who loved her best. Inserted by her loving brother David. BIRTH.   Cook (nee Stacey James).—At Wooloowin, Brisbane, on March 21st, 1922, the wife of M. A. Cook—a son

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Send Us •nd get thii wonderful vahie par cel of Woman's W«r, Carriage Paid to your address. This parcel is offered at -a particularly low price and we absolutely guarantee the quality of the articles it con tains. Kead our guarantee, (hen send your order with the perfect confidence that full satisfaction in <price and quality willbe given you The 10/- PABCEL contains Ladies' Madapolam Nightdress, as illustrated, Magyar shape, square neck and short sleeves, daintily finished col' 0/111 owed stitching ... fc/ll'g' Ladies' Very Painty Madapolam Camisole, as illustrated, in vari ©us designs, trimmed » i« * i Val. laceft- insertion J/1 lg Strong Calico Knickers, made with self frill/ flashed pin tucks. Open and closed 0/ shapes ... */l 1 Small Tablet Fancy Toilet Soap Ike Usui Met tf tkb Pircd it 14/6 As usual, we guarantee this parcel. If you are 'N. satisfied with the goods on arrival rt>-» to us in sound order, and we will make >ou a full refund and pay postage both w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 23rd March, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Metropolitan Notes &oo< ^wwvwv^vwwww^vwwww I Brisbane, 23rd March, 1922. The age of wooden blocks for road ways has, seemingly, come to an end Queen-street, between lordly Preston House and Creiek-street, is, at pre I sent, a centre of unusual pick and shovel activity- Gangs of workmen are tearing up the wooden road blocks, and heaping them in mounds, preparatory to be carried away. Thus an actual start has been made with the city'g concrete roads scheme. The contractors are engaged on the Preston House side of the street first, and inward bound traffic from the Valley, is being directed to Eagle street with little, if any, inconven ience. The scheme provides tor the concreting not only of the general traffic roadway, but also for the space between the tramway rails. St. Patrick's Day was held on Friday, and a large Procession wend ed its way down Queen-street. A great number of school lads, neatly dressed, headed the lines, and the girls picked out to represent c...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CAN PEACE LAST? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

.CAN PEACE LAST? This is a question which 'is agitat ing many people in many countries, but what is of immediate concern to the Queensland stockowner is the vital problem of jileuro^feumonia. It is perhaps a mistake to call it a problem, for science has given the stockowner an effective weapon with which to fight it. Many cattlemen, however, make the fatal mistake of waitiug till the disease breaks out, and, as a conse quence, pleuropneumonia is still a great source of loss to tbem. There is only one way to beat this dread cattle disease, and that is to prevent it. This has in recent years been re1 duced to the simple performance of inoculating with a Natural Pleuro Virus, produced by the Biological Stook Institute of Australasia, and Bold by Surgical Supplies Ltd., Bris bane, in sterile glass tubes of 25 or 60 doses, at 6d. per dose. This is a certain and scientific preventative, and remains potent for three months.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A STARTLING FACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

A STARTLING FACT.. On 'the property of one big Argen tine Company alone some 13,000 calves died from Blackleg in May, 1920. And -the remarkable part is that this huge -mortalty was traced to one infected ^animal! Not knowing whbt the dis ease was, the beast was left unburnt, villi the result that the deadly black leg spores developed in the ground, infected other animals, which in turn, ; wcve allowed to spread blackleg : spores. When the company found out • what was the trouble, every beast left / was inoculated with Aggressin, and . not a single animal has died from this . disease since. There are thousands of ° cattle die in Queensland from blackleg _ every year, which could We prevented 'by the same simple method. Surgical ' Pnpplies Ltd., Brisbane, offer Aggres -rin at 1/6 per dose, which gives im munity for lite, i* c

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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