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A Tick Case. Obstructing an Inspector. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

A Tick Case. —oOo-t Obstructing an Inspector. A point of much, interest to stock owners within tick areag wi$ suc cessfully raised by the defence in a case 'at Casino Police Court, when Richard Hill and A. Beaton, at Utt omgar Station, were charged by the Tick Department with obstructing an inspector and preventing him from removing cattle from a holding tor the purpose of being dipped*" Evidence for the prosecution showed that ticks had been found on- Hill's cattle, and an inspector served a notice on Hill tttat he would take the cattle to be dipped, an^ suggest ed certain days for mustering. He said none of the dates would be suitable, and eventually declined to have the stock treated. The Inspec tor then served a notice of his in tention to dip on February 6th and with assistants went on that d&te to . ,carry out his intention. Over 100 head were mustered, when the two defendants an^ a blackboy came and prevented the stock leaving the paddocks. They stood at the open ing ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Aramac Licensed Victuallers Jockey Club. Foy Cup Meeting. April 11th and 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Aramac Licensed Victuallers , Jookey Club. Foy Cup Meeting. April Uth and 12th. The following weights have been deolared to- the first day'n races in connection with the Ar«ioac Ltceaeed Victuallers' Foy Cap meeting, to be held on April 11th and 12th. Ia ell there are 66 taoiaes engaged, aad the entries for the meeting total 230. The weighu are:— Maiden Plate, 4fur8.—Satio Lady, Duraud, Dollcorn, Hooey May, Ga Inuga, Lady Tovah, Wattle Bough, VVagra, Flashun, Carube, PrinceBe Lonka, WestUke, Coolaree, Maltlake, ttlue Annie, Master Freeman, Little J, Wonga's Sister and Reedy Boy,10st. Shorts, 5fnre.—Jeesa 12-12, Had dington 12-0, Bonnie Ken 11*10, Riff nee 11-8, King Ibex 11-7, Sir Sioder by 10-12, Baton 10-11, Mid King 10-10, Brookwood 10-7, Ten Drops 10-5, Y&ddim 10-2, Gipsy Star, Mid On, Nankeroo, Maltlake and Knyana j 10 0. I Foy Cap, 12fnrs.—Jessa 12-10, j Young Skopelas 12-5, Wongawillie 12 4, Lady Lonka 12-2, Bonnie Ken I 11 8, Uifuee 11-6, Moonbong 11-5, Gunner Lee ll...

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

Bafcaldlne Kugby League. ? The usual weekly meeting of the Barcaldine Rugby League was held at. Devery*8 Hotel on Thursday even ing last* there being present: Messrs. R.' Park (president), J. Farrell, T. J. O'Connell, W. Mallory, J. O'Con nell, J. Kuder, J. McQualg and J. McAlister (secretary). Mr. R. Park occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The only correspondence was a letter from the1 P.A. & H/ Society advising that the use of the ground had been granted under the same, conditions as last season, with exception of the grandstand, the tak ings of >which were to go to the P. & A- Society. A letter was also re*' ceived irom the Wallabys' secretary advising that Messrs. J. McQuald, J. O'Connell and J. Kuder had been appointed that dub's delegates to the League. The President suitably welcomed the new delegates to the meeting. The Groundg Committee re ported that the necessary .work In measuring out and marking the new fi...

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

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Riding Trousers That we arc now able to reduce this line to post /£ per free mmm/^9 pair Remember tooour Special TAN Tbis is the same good wearing. Specially cu EMPEROR, 2HS Gd, strappedlRldlnp Trouser as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSER8 TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGREACH

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

Longrfeacb Items. At the' Police Court James Irving charged with drunkenness, was con victed ana fined £1 or seven dayB. Edward Storey, drunk, bail money 6/ estreated. Kenneth Brophy, drunk, 10/#, obscene language £2 or 14 days. Herbert Self and ^ Herbert WilBon, Charged with stealing jewellery valued at £360 from the premises of Charles Thornton, Bagle-street, pleaded not guilty and reserved their defence. They were committed for trial to the next sittings of the Cir cuit Court, to be held here ort the 21st April. At the Small Debts Court Gordon Gibson & Co. were awarded a ver diet by default against E. R, Wood ford for amount claimed, £17/3/6 with 6/6 costs. Messrs. Cannan ft Peterson appeared for the plaintiffs. The liongreach Bub-*branch of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers League held its annual meeting on the 16th Inst. Mr. R, L<. H. Petereon pre sided. and there were 60 present. The annual report aji'd balance sheet was received and adopted. The elec tion o...

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

Motor and Cycle Notes. The following remarkable experi ence of the owner of a G.N. car is given by the "Light Car and Cycle Car" (England) "Having allowert his • -engine to become so heavily carbon ised that it would hardly run on the level, he was proceeding home one night when he was startled by "conk ing" and a shower of fireworks, which apparently emerged from the exhaust pipe. The effect of this manifestation was tor render the rdruling of the engine as smooth ana devoid of knocking as when nfWl an he came to the conclusion that some how or other the engine had {.ecar-. bonised itself iff some manner, pos afbly by detonation." The journal's comment is that it would be lag to hear .if any other motorist has had a similar experience. The results of"thT racing last SaV unlay at Sydney in connection w^ Australian Amateur cyci?~T ^hlle riding strong y. iT1a ana Mr unsportsmanlike conduct, th trace going to the third man, A- L. Scptton. The MU-mile race was •mm bv P. Copp.ina 'with A...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District, LONGREACH BRANCH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Longreaci) anil Oistnct, | rtumn ofwok. Hie following stock movements are 'reported:—-6500 wethers £rom L<ong reach to Charlevllle, Keogh & Rowc owners, H. Butterfleld In charge; 1200 bullocks from Vergemont to Mt' Howltt, B. Jowett owner, T- Walsh, In charge; 8000 wethers from Bar carolle to . Stormhill, C-, fcnight owner, Hatfield. in charge; 6B00 sheep from WeBt Longreach to Dii lullkh, Bdkins, Campbell & Co. owners* R. Role In charge; 1160 wethers from Oakley to Dartmouth, J. Forrest'owner, C. Gray in charge: 690 sheep from Longreach to Emerald, /. Martin owner.; 8600 sheep from I Noondah to Longreach, J. Martini owner; 3500 sheep from Cleveland to Fairfield, 3. McQueen ofrnef; 1100 ewes from Muttabnrra to nfraoombe, W. J.' Reeg owner, Byrne In charge; 60 rams from Ilfracombe to Nogo, W. Avery owner; 120 sheep from Coombemartln to Rockhamptcm, Dbnh&m Bros, owners; 1000 cattle from Mt. ity&e to iFenrioy, Lamotte & Dibbs owners; 3...

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

Isisford District Hospital QPENDERS are invited for the re pairing and painting of the above institution and doctor's residence Details and specifications can seen at the office of the S?cr»tary The lowest or any tender riot neces sarily accepted. Tenders close on, tlia 30th April. JAS. HOOPER, 6-8 Secretary.

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

OVEBUHD 4"'I'I1K MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. L> . possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND "4" IS STANDARDISED. You cannot believe what the car is like until you ride in it WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOII. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHA88I8 OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland. bnK C*paoa 1 LB. Peterson Notary Publio. Notary Public. CANN AN 4PETER30N dolinitor* and Notaries, LONG REACH. And 10.A. Buildinga, Qaeeu-xtreet. BRISBANE 1.2. OBOaOH, O'BOaOB & CHOHOH ' L-a, DENTAL SURGEONS, Boko/jt'Siriet, (tOsKHA'APrON * »nrt Eflgle-st, LONGBEACB. > * ' ' ' ■

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

Sander & Sons' Pure Volatile Eucalypti Extract. dan be obtained ait all chemists and ctorca. There 5» no reason lor pntting up with in ferior brands, bscanse yon can obtain "SANDEBS," whiah is not only reoognized by the highest medical authorities, bat is proved by the Supreme Court, Melbourne, the best* SAiNDEK'S EXTRACT is specially manufactured for Medical aso, under the constant supervision of a medical man. ZANDER'S EXTRACT is wequalled for coMh. influenza, bronchitis, diarrhoea, fiatu ioufio, lofoctioUB diseases, laaa.lly for wounds, burns, ulcere, jiiles i telling chilblains. Mr. J. Hopkins, Auckland, writes" I have used SAA'DER'S EXTRACT for the last 42 years with the very best result. Once-a substitute given mo, a larger bottle at same price result—No good. Only SANDER'S- EX TRACTS enters my house."

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

I THE CAUSE OF CON^TIPATHllV. The tnnnr common cause or cnnsnoatioa id a. luck of eiernise necessary to keep the muscles of Hip bowel* »rtiv»>. That In whv constipation in often brought on by too frequent pureatfvea. Thev nctviolently, oerfnrmine the Work of the hovels for them. «nd co weaken them that thev will not set without assistance. Ch&la herlain's Tablet* will relieve constipation be came instead of dointr tho worJr of the bowels they gently stimulate them to voluntary aettan. Their frequent use will not Injure the mt delic»t« person. Sold by Hugh Savage and A, farnell k Bmi.

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

t = NOTICE. W. G. THOMPSON, DIM MAJOEB and TAJTE SCOtEB Etc; Eta. t ESTIMATES given for ©verahot Dams and By-washes. , Elevated Earth Tknka built to serve thep'upose of galvanised iron tanks. From 20,000 to 100t00o gal lons ' Hepair work done Address: OAK-STREET, Pbone 146. BABCAIiDXNS. The " Champion" Officn .■ replete with every convenience for fifat close ■of work. Give as a trial. | utomotivp * T'S our Business to take the "Kinks" out of pour Motori problems.. If' you're interested in getting the little accessories that impart so much pleasure, to Motoring, and wish to,obtain them at reasonable ' prices. TRY OUR SERVICE.. Our facilities enable*us' to procure• quicktff any accessory you need, and of reliabie quality.. Clad to supply y8u f rom stock where possible. DYSK & WHYTE ASH STREET, B ARC ALD lj$. E Phone 131 Sltotor Mechanics :C DonrcBROTHERS MOTORCAR £465 With CORD TYRES. LOCAL DIAUR8: {Longreach Motor Co. Ltd.4 longreach c _1_ 9 Distributorm far Queensland and N....

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THE WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine ilteris mors est. BARCALDINE, SATURDAY, APRIL, 1, 1922. Legislative Council Gone. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Vita »fa>e Uteris mors est. "BA^LOINeT SATlifiOAY, APfllL.1. 1922. Legislative Council Gone. The King has given th$ Royal assent to the Queensland Bill for the aboli tion of the Legislative Council. He has merely followed the advice of Us immediate Ministers, the Lloyd George Cabinet. It is Protmble that the British Prime Minister had 'no pfert in this advice, It is doubtful if he could locate the position of Queensland on a map, -Mercator's Projection, under a five minutes search for it, but it is likely enough his Cabinet is acting on his practice which seems to be to give everybody everything they asked for. No man in the world played his part in the Great War better thad, Mr. Lloyd George, but since its close he seems prepared to hand over, without pro test, anything demanded of him. However, the Imperial Cabinet fol lowed the advice of the Queensland Government, and, whatever one may say against the actual facts, Queens landers have elected their Govern ment. Queensland has ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford Hospital Races. A Splendid Result—£132 2s, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Isisford Hospital Baces. 8 -^wr A Splendid Result—£132 2s, The Islsford Hospital Picnic Racing Club he^ their race meeting: on Sat urday, 18th March. The weather was all that could be desired. Thanks to the splendid rains which fell re cently the course and its surround - ings looked ideal. The meeting was very well supported and the attend* ance was large. The surrpunding districts were well represented, and | great praise is due to those owners of horses who so> consistently lend their horses for this Purpose. 25 horses were yarded- Owners had the' privilege of leading their horses throogh the yar^.for £2/10/- for mai dens and. £4 for performers. The sale | realised £60. Nominations were ex ceedingly good, these amounting to £17/15/-. The racing during , the day was good. "Dead-uns" were con spicuous by their absence. .Two book makers called the odds and ap parently did good business. All th« officials carried out their duties* ex cellently, and everything went bit well. The Pu...

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

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

II A POPULAR INSTITUTION!^ THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now located in New State Iniurance Premitet, Corner of George and Elizabeth Street!. Brisbane. This office exitti for the people of Queensland, and the Public Curator will act as— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER wills« TRUSTEE under Marriaoe Settlements and other Trusts : ADMINISTRATOR OF E6TATES OP PERSONS DVING INTESTATE) ATTORNEY or AGENT in the management op Property por Absenteesi AND WILL 1. make wills PREE I S. lend MONEV ON FIRST mortgage I S. give legal ADVICE I A. ATTEND TO ALL real PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Branch Office* at TOWNSVILLE and RCCKHAMPTON; and Agenf at every CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in the State. IfCHTTTT? Sneep, Cattle, r H I r Horse and P Property Salesmen & OU. — fTmrt Office: TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charleville Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prices a wool Ml*. Number* telL It (a consistent foil nlm for *11 nlesMs of wool which give sun...

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

ffndev Vice-r^alPatronagu. PEL 5IM W«f*m - Barcaldine. B. Jlnderson, Proprietor. (Mh «•. y? P.O. Box 28 Thia Hotel Is one of the . most wMtimmtie md comfortable tlOTCUIN^ieubuuid. It U replete witfaJSvoir OonTenienOe ^»4noivetoB|h$ and Comfort.... Under Complete New Management. BTBST-QLASS ATTENTION, flit Brands of Wines and Spirits retailed. Atfrotis jnty have their Cw« Garaged and JTihuhi atableo or sent toflrfit-clasa paddocka. q.C.T, Auq. If owe. A Horn Away Fn» Hi» Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. ■ R. G. BATES, proprietor nret-daag Accommodation. Mnt-Glau Cuisine, and up-to teta attention. Baggy meets All Mm. . "Ftaon« 89 / W.D.COLMAN (WMt,BARCiLDIIIE LTl^oUwle andBetall ak^t the Frimeet of Beef, and Mutton l^'«o^atfdi)mto^tetttri»dy. Haling instiled an frp-tb-dste Befngerat tag Plant ana Cold Storage Booms, ean ifwn'rt aftUfaMimi. -'Ooaftnmecs waited o* daily. E>ro>*pt attention to Cone try Orders. OOBNBD BEES' a Speciality. QaaHty guarantied. v BARCALDINE BOTCflERY ^tC£ WORKS Co...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Boarding and Pay Schools far Boys and Girls Conducted under the joint an«pioM of the Presbyterian end Methodist Chnrohes ■ MdiailB Hlnh ftnhfinl fim I ■■laliaM fintta* rilllill The Brlsbans Coys' Collogo OUyfidd, near Brisbane Principal: A. W. finili U.A,,LL.B. Primary ancLSeoondsry School Tba Brisbane High School for Glrisl Sotnerrille Honse, Sonth Briahaae Principal. M%HTarker' B A _ >»« M. K Jsrrett, B A. Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary School * New and Improved < detgarten / TAooommodatioii i Hg_*°hf°?'L'tand8P®"iout groandu ^eeven end five acres respectively) end in the tt>MhhZr to Brisbane The Schools feature open-air treatment (in the SSSffjSlSF^\ B°aid8rl m *iTen epcoial care in their •• Home Life/' and every AoriwftS £ WW abeeWfrom home. i»£!22«5^J^v><w,,ll!!L?'t''6r or *>°th eohoolrt te the PrinoiptU, or to— *BE raESBVTBUAN AND HBTHOMST SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION l&W^whose directions the bobools are oonduotml) » ' *»• *» 0&.MP...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

I General Conneits. t, • .J) I Judging by an amusing discussion which took place in Brisbane Su preme Court a lew days ago Mr. justice Real is not much of a trencherman, although to look at ^iw one would .not think bo, tor hei (b described as. Probably *or hie age, ene of the moat admirably preserved ■ten. physically and mentally, in Queensland. The Brisbane corres pondent ol the "Queensland Times says that a Juryman tendered a radical certificate to the Bench, ana asked to be excuse! on account or ilLneea. "I am a offering alot, your Honor, and I am liable *1 great deal," he explained. Said Wsl Honor: "I am liable to cough also, inl fact I do cough; but that doesnt prevent me from doing my ,.d^L «ie iuryman then remarked that he Sd hadnothing to eat that mom. £Jf and would probably hare no lunch, «o which the Judge replied-! ■' Well. I have had nothing to eatj JSLl merely ha* a little, ■» and tea for breakfast. And as tori lurch, do you ta<w anything about touted teaftak...

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

LITTLE PEOPLE'S TBWBLES.WH Children, wpedill; at school, are liableTto hair and scalp Complaint* that cause their mothers worry. Regular washing -wttb B» ona Medicated SoapU a great preventative, but for head sores or any scalp Irritation, prompt application of Rexooa Ointment to most effective. Keep Rexooa at hand ; it oaves so much trouble. Price, la. 6d , or large, ■lee tint, holding atarly four times the. quan tity of the Is. fid. sice, price 3*. Obtainable everywhere. , * ^zssmg* Our up-to-date Jobbing Plant Is at your disposal. Proofs of Jobs sub mitted if desired—"Otunplon" Office It's simply splendid! It is more satisfactory and most economical to use Brown & Poison's Starch. It goes furthest and the iron glides smoothly oyer the material without the slightest sticking. This ensures good work— always. Brown & Poison's Starch \ gives dainty fabrics a new, Crisp feel and a snowy-white appearance that is very pleasing. Aiwa?* (or Brown fc PoUoa's Starefc—lM qwdk...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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