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Federal Elections Labor Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Federal Elections Labor Candidates. The Scrutiny of votes in connection with the plebiscite for the selection of three Labor candidates- to stand for the Senate at the next Federal elections has now been completed by the returning officer, Mr. R. Sum ner, M.L.A. The result of the ballot has been the selection of Mr. J. V MacDonald, Dr. H. I Jensen, and Mr. H. Bruce to stand in the Labor in terests The other candidates were Messrp. G. W. Martens, J. Roycrott. and G-. Shaw. Mr. MacDonald is the editor of the Labor daily news paper, a position he has occupied since its foundation ,in 1912. Dr. Jensen is well-known as a geologist, and at present holds a position un der the State Government. Mr. 9ruce is an official of the A-W.U. The following Ijabor candidates have been selected to contest con stituencies for election to the House df Representatives: Mr. F. J. T. Burke (Brisbane), Mr. F. M. Forde, M.L-A- (Capricornla). Mr. M. P. Hynes (Herbert,) Mr. Charles Mac Donald (Kennedy)^ Mr. J. ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE By Telegram. Queensland. Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE By Telegram. Queensland, Brisbane, Thursday Mention was recently made of the tact that the Labor Party was giving loonBlderation to launching a (rote fcatching agricultural policy. The Premier announced to-day that he would visit the West MOreton dis trict next week and speak on matters Connected with agriculture. He in tended to give a first-hand account WE what the Government had done during its term of office for thp man ton the land and would outline the Party's future agricultural policy. Brisbane. Friday, 9 a.m. The agreement between the Go vernment and the Australian Cotton, Growing Association for the handling of cotton produced an Queensland W> to January 30th, 1923, is practi cally complete- Mr. Theodore has announced that the Government had decided to take' over all the raw cotton, thus giving the State proper (control. Brisbane, Friday, 5 P-m. In meeting a deputation of unem ployed the Premier's secretary poin ted out the opportunities offered by ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST BY WIRE CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. London, Wednesday. Professor Atkinson, of Melbourne lUfiivereity, interviewed upon bis re jturn from the Russian famine areas, told the horrors of the famine were Infinitely intenser than the worst $hase during the war-time period. Jt was utterly untrue that food in jfanded for relief had been diverted to jthe army. Hie Soviet Government !«rag doing its best, but he was con Irinced that the famine wae caused by the Soviets requisition of thel peasant's food reserves. Johannesburg, Wednesday. Piokettlng at the mines has jprac . tlcally been abandoned. About thirty taien who were arrested for plcketttng Were discharged owing to the inde iflnite nature of the evidence Lahore, Wednesday* Ghandi, conversing last Sunday, ftates that he is the author of civil disobedience and feels specially re sponsible. He says he must do ad ditional penanoe, also that all fasts tBfust be secret as a penance and 0 ^a&ishment for those who committed Uie brutal murders,...

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Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. Rockhampton, Friday, 9 m There has been a strike at Baralaba State coal mine, bat the men have resumed under protest. Mr. R. Power, Industrial Magistrate at Mt Morgan, left yesterday in order to hold a conference at Baralba. It !« rumored that one condition on which the men resumed work was that the miners would not have to work un der the present manager, Mr. Cord ingly, alter the end of the present month At the Chamber of Commerce meeting yesterday afternoon, Mr. Ij. Harden suggested that as the Go vernment had plenty of loan money available it be approached to com plete the Longreach -iWtinton railway. A resolution to that effect was unani mously carried. Last week, when the Mackarra was going downstream,' she crashed into Howard Smith's wharf. Opinions varied as to the extent of the damage done, and it was impossible to settle the matter until yesterday, when tbe flood receded. It was then seen that the Mackarra had left her trade mark on the wharf. She ...

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Tasmania. Hobart, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Tasmania. Hobart, Friday. Frederic Radford died yesterday at the great age of 105. Until recently he was mentally and physically alert

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Victoria Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Victoria Melbourne. Friday Mr. Hughes has announced that the industrial conference to discuss the possibility of an improvement in Australia's economic position and in dustrial position generally will be opened in Sydney on Wednesday next Many union8 have declined to be re presented. as they consider it merely a scheme to reduce wages

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New South Wales Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

New South Wales Sydney, Friday. Dir. Sooley (Premier), delivering his policy speech at Bathurst yester day, stated that the Government -will be dissolved to-day- The elections -will be held on March 26th. Mr. Dooley stated his Party stood for the abolition of the Legislative Ooun tcll and intended to Introduce a Motherhood Endowment Bill Im mediately it returned to power and another tor the maintenance of a baBlc wage of 85/-. The Government blso proposed to eBliablish an Indus trial bank, which would assist In financing any co-operative industrial undertaking established by the workers, as the Ministry ball-fed that the time had arrived when the Workers should be glvto an oppor tuuity of owning, managing,' and controlling industries wherein they were engaged An intense heat wave is being ex perienced in the western districts* White Cliffs registering 113 and Wil cannia 112degB A quadruple drowning tragedy oc curred at Coraki on Wednesday un der peculiar circumstances. Mrs. Daggs, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Mater Misencordie Frivate Hospita The ICa&eim : The Ba&ge BOOKHA.MPTON. J?l*t*ciaas nursing and accommodation. Any the local dootora attend. Tor putumlaea apply to Matron Sister in bHKB. £LPHA gAWMILL Cypress Fine and Hardwood, Delivered on the 'frocks, Alpha, £2 per 100ft sap. P. KANE,' Beoohman. G. A £0\BYIB, Medcrafs Ltd., ROCKHAMPTON. Manufacturers of the Famous ROSE BRAND JBigcuit# and Confectionery Central Queenslandcrs X . Support Tour Own Industries. SAWII TIMBEB HYNE & SON, BoUover-etreet. FeiUoe», Spokes, aad Wheelwrights i iUteri&I kept injtook SMcgftStooksBEST Hutfmvsji Fine and Harflwooa, Mi ll «n4 . a»wea, of ail aasoriptiona,' -Ordetf promptly and eac&fally attended to • WVL. V. ARMSTRONG, H a eegfr Bcdtemptcn Bean Thos. Capstlck, Land, Fruit, and General Commission Agent. . Denlspn-straet, Rockhampton. tPhone 1086. P.O. Box 270 % beg to notify my oltt curtomm «MI pouible new client* that % hlTi irurchaaed the produce ' . bualUe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

It Pays to buy JIJ Manchester Goods At GIBSON'S. Yob will find here only Manchester Goods made by reputable firmB—in nnrivalled variety and seemingly unlimited quantity. Yon will find onr prices lower than anywhere else—all going to prove that "IT PAYS TO STOP AT GIBSON'S." GIBSON'S Departmental Stores, (J. H. BOLDEMAIV) General Merchants, LONGREACH.

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GENERAL GATHERINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

GENERAL Gatherihgj Steps are to be taken by Scots men in Brisbane to erect, in Market Square, a suitable monument to Eobbie Burns. , A serious aviation accident occur red at Mildura (Vic.)- S. F. Nettle ton, of Irymple, Mildura, was killed and Campbell Ludbrook so seriously injured that he subsequently died Nobody was near the scene of the mishap at the time the aeroplane crashed on the Mildura golf links adjoining the aviation ground. Nettleton was killed outright- Lud brook received terrible injuries to all parts of the body. The aero plane, which was totally wrecked, was owned by Nettleton. In September last the Clerk of the Bungil Shire Council reported that the rates in arrears amounted to £1021/9/4. The Council decided to take action against the* defaulters, and the cases were heard at Roma during January. At last Wednesday's meeting of the Council it was stated that 160 summonses had been issued. Of this number, 63 had paid the amounts owing into Court) together with costis o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Try vi for Job Printing. Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8T0VE8 ALBION DOVER No. 6 £6/2/6, No. 7 £6/12/6, No. 8 £7/2/6. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-, No. £8, No. 9 £9/6/-. BOILER STANDS lOgftl. 80/-. 12gal. 88/6. 14gal. 87/6. All other stoves, ranges, camp ovens, galvanised Iron, noils, locks. & ■ Large quantities dressed and rough pine and hardwood always In «!«••" - at lowest prices. AGENT for the Emerald District ( hlch lnoludes Comet to Jericho ; Clermont and SprlnuBure lor the NON-PUNCTURABLE Motor VatM* a boom to motor mr owners. hrow your pump »away. No pumplM. no tube trouble, W.ll run 100,0 0 miles. Send for price list to^ x 3ex 'i'laibar Wjruiaat, US ■ J ilri J OOR C-v :.JS sus In ti* JiiW ELLIS*' v' Vou h.ve only to try t . We tr: ak.'i'ys glad of - .very one of our affirms ■ ILLUSTRATE) ' : .we s'- i KS.l_IACJwE fJE b'-- t ie P .: iic. -v, 'encf o: thfi' qualitv s f. nil I.-.. .MWf - , to h»r » :-Of "liMT iS-ct. Gold ClMt •t DUmonda ud him, C7/10 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

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Are Your Ktdneys in Bad Health? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Are Your Ktdneys in Bad Health? If your Kidneys are In bad bpaltb, the wnoie body is affected, so the sooner you get to work to right mutters the better St will bo for you. Dr. Sheldon's Pills for Backache and the Kid neys are fine for Kidney trouble of all kinds, relieving Backache, NervouB Depression and Sleeplessness, and will quickly right all wrongs. The effect of Dr. Sheldon's Pills on the Kid neys and system generally is stimulating and nuvening. Obtainable everywhere.

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Isisford District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Isisfordt District Hospital. The usual monthly meeting ot Committee of Isisford District Hospital was held on Friday, 3rd February, at which there were present:—Messrs. E. Murphy (chairman), F. A. Sialey, T. Vaughan, O. 'X'. Murray, J as. McVey, W. Meagher, G. Horaien. £. H. Seales, the Medical Officer (Dr. Watson Brown) and the Secretary (Mr. Jfta. Hooper). The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The inward aud outward correspondence having been read it was resolved that the outward be endorsed, and the inward laid on the table for consideration. The Medical Officer's report was as fol lows :—Patients remaining on 1st January, nil; patients admitted daring month, 11 males, 4 females ; patients discharged, 5 males, 3 females; patients remaining on lit February, 6 males, 1 iemale. Out patients treated during month, 20 males, I6females; Outdoor attendances, 66 males, 55 females. The Visiting Committee reported every thing in order and no complaintB. Both reports a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Try us for Job Prfntlnjr. A Long Parcel for a Short Purse. As /j) \AFT| Df\ is out to win with SPECIALS, usual W liivLI 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:— 150 Cool Kimona, made of the best quality Crepe, trimmed around color front and Bleeves with white crepe. 100 designs. Worth, up to 25/-. NOW 9/11. 160 Net BIoubcb obtainable In 30 de signs. Bound neck. Square neck* Shirt Blouse, Sailor Color, ■ Bell Sleeve; Long Sleeve, Three-quarter sleeve, all smartly - trimmed with Filet Lace. Worth 25/-. NOW 7/11 50 Underskirts made of the highest quality of Italian Cloth kilted with 8in. around bottom- Worth 21/-* NOW 7/11 20 Dainty one-piece Shimmy Frocks, very smartly embroidered front* back, and hemstitched, Color Pink. Biscuit and white. Each o»e an ex clusive design. Made i...

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Wider Wool Demand. Cotton Crop Short [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

| Wider Wool Demand, j Cotton Crop Short Messrs. Winchcombe, Curson Ltd. report: —In Bomq measure, the buoyant demand for wool is probably due to tbe anticipated shortage in tbe 2922 coiton .crop, l'lm world's cotton textile machinery is u.pable i of handling 20,(00.000 Vmlts i But h. crop of only about 15,000,000 bale? is expected this year. j This shortage wilf no duabt teud to con siderably diminish tbe mixture of cotton with wool in making textiles. Every lb. of cotton eliminated in turning out so called woollen fabrics, ineanB an increase in tbe quantity of wool used. Similarly wben wool is either scarce or unduly high in pneu, ths mauutacturera are inclined to decrease tbe quantity of wool and increase the amount of cotton used. The lon„' exprctcd improvement in de mand for crossbred wools has eventuated. The rise of 10 per cent in rates on coarBa wools selling i.t 4d. "r 6d. per lb. is not much. Still it is n atep in th>= right direction. The m<i^l pleueiiirf fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

TENDERS. 1 TENDERS are invited at onr office on i TUESDAY, 28th inst., for the erec tion of two Cbnrch of England Schools at Barcaldine. Plans and specification can be seen at tbe Vicar age, Barcaldine, and at our office. E. M. HOCKINGS & h. T. PALMER Architects. Denbam street, Rockhamptan. 9-1 CRAVEN-BURLEIGH HAIR TONIC (ffiS) Besides being a Trot Hair Grower It *qatckly remotes Dandrafl and Stops falling Hair and Itching. Known and recommended tbe world oner. II the fcair is drj me tbe fOUADK OILY. Always trash the Hair with ; CRAVEN-BURLEIGH

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New Life Assurance Office Equitable of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

New Life Assurance Office Equitable of Queensland. The provisional managing director ct the Equitable Life Assurance Company of Quetnsiaod, Ltd , Mr. F. Levy, has good progress to report in connection with bis company. Air. Levy states that barely nix weeks have puEsyd since the publication of thd company's prospectus, and notwith standing this very short period, the public (including many leading citizens) have responded to sush an extent that only a few thousand shares reuiam for disposal of the first issue, which consists of 100,000, 10s. paid np to 6s. only. This first issi\e, it is understood, is for Queensland only, and when disposed of, no further shares wjll be availabte in Queensland, as farther lssaes will be reserved for the other States and New Zealand, when the organisation is be ing extended. This does not mean that the Equitable's head office will eventually be removed to Sydney or Melbourne ; on the contrary, it will be part of tbe Equit able's constitution that its ...

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