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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

s\ I Autoscrew Droppers arc made of stoat mild teel two and three-quarter inches wide doubled vice to a twin Vshape. Practically unbendtible and indestructible. AutOSCrew Droppers have do ties, clips, or wedges. No stock can shift them. Easily put on 'by hand. . Hutoscrew Droppers aie supplied to snit any fence. ' Tell us the number of wires, their guages, |spaoin#B desired. We do the rest. Prices—The standard five wire dropper spaced 5,5,6,8 iuches is 40s. a hundred. Other leugths a ^proportionate prices irrespective of number of wirest " /here's economy in baying tho best" Steel Posts—Five feet long; pointed to drive into the ground, bored or slotted to suit yonr fence eight pounds per 100. ( . ' inquiries Sol'clted, All Station Supply Houses -OR The Auto-Screw Dropper Fencing Go. Ltd., Patentees and Manufacturers, Balaclava.Strest, BRISBANE. WIENEKE, SCHNEIDER & GO QUEENSLAND'S LEADING SADDLERS, WISH to notify the public that they are now pre pared to supply all classes o...

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

ARAMAC RACES Foy Gup Meeting, 11th, 12th and 13th April SPECIAL TRAIN MtanRranente, BAA* OALDINK to ABA.MAC. On TUESDAY, 11th Apt it. a Special Train will tun a« utid r t— BaFoaldino, depart ... 8 e m. Aramfto, 8nivr> 10.3" im. . ■ THURSDAY S (ruin ftum Vn:man in initable for paBSHuper^ v.. of.'iu.nt n*. flaroal« dine with the mail trtim to R 'akhmnptoii. G, H. BiRD. 0.7 Statiou Master

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

I FEEBLE DIGESTION. A strong digeiition is one of tho beBt qualifi cations for a busy lift) that a mad or woman can possess. But nature has not dealt equally with all of us, and some of us have started Ulc handicapped with a digestive tract that is easily deranged. In other cases worry, hurried meals, or sickness has weakened the diges tion. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules will coon put you on the best footing again, by helping to digest your meals and at the sam» time resting. tbu over-worked or weakened stomath. A Bhort course of Dr. Sheldon's 1 Digestive Tabules will restore the digestive organs to tbeir proper functions, and bring health and appetite to even chronic sufferers. Don't forget Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are the remedy which will quickly relieve you of your misery. Obtainable evciywhere.

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

Anzac Day 1922. From reports received by the Hon. Secre taries it iB expected that tbe celebration this year will be even more unanimous than in tb% past, and tbe declaration of a public holiday both by tbe Commonwealth And State Governments will in no way detract from the solemn character of th observance, bnt will rather tend to increase the congregHtions ui the various services, which will be held duriogtbe morniDg of April 20th by ebu-ehea of all denomina tions. Private employers are urged to fall into line with the Governments aud to grant a full day's holiday with pay to ail returned soldii c employees; in addition to allow tbe necossary time off ti the mem bers of their i-tafia to attend the various services. Tbe public meetings to be held an usual in the evening ure also expected to be largely attended by persons of all' religious and political beliefs who desire to take this opportunity of showing their appreciation o^tbe men of tbe All. The following notice has been insert...

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

Lodge Doctors. Medic%\ practitioners who are appointed to * positions by lodges will (says the Melbourne " Age"), in future require to 8*e, if tbey wish to safeguard dieit appointments, that the notice o( meeting summoning members to the meetisg, specifically seta out that the business of the meeting is to appoint a medical practitioner. Failing the ob> eervance of that condition, a doctor may go through all the business of accepting an appointment, only to fiod, if the lodge dispenses with his services, that he has no legal standing. An instance of this was ventilated in the State Fall Court, when Dr. Samael Bernard Helwig brought an action for breach of contract for £1000 against the trustees, of the Loyal Diamond Creek Lodge, No. 5360, branch of the .Manchester Unity Independent Order ot Oddfellows in Victoria. It was alleged that the trustees, in accordance with a resolution passed at a meeting of members called to deal with general business, ap pointed Dr. Helwig sole doctor...

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

Buy your timber while: PRICES ARE down. Hardwood that is Kverhssting! OM8CI£^rZOV8 nUUING_ ?KO npT DfiUTBKI THE QUEENSLAND FOREST SERVICE SAWMILL on the Blair Atbol" State Forest ha8 made arrangements to offer part of its large output of valuable sawn Hardwood to private purchasers in the Rockhampton to Longreach District at the current loir prices. > Supplies of Hoop and Cypress Pin also arranged from other Forest Service Mills. Hewn, Split, and Pole Timber also supplied. > Timber Merchants and Contractor supplied at wholesale rates* . Write for Quotes to— 7 he Manager Forest Service Sawmill, BI.AIR ATHOL JP 1 Handy Saw Benches for Station Work Will cat all your firewood, do any sawing required from ronghing to gauge sawing. WE CAN. SUBMIT QUOTATIONS FOR ANY MACHINE YOU 7!» QUIRE. FOR ANY CLA88 OF WORK YOU CAN NAME, SLACK* SMITHS EQUIPMENT, WOOD.WORKING MACHINERY OP EVERY LE6CRIPTI6N. PLUMBING AN( • TINSMITHING MACHINE*. MOTOR GARAGE EQUIPMENT, MALL 8TATION REFR10ER&1...

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

By Telegram. feyoney, Friday. Very little progress was made in the election returns yesterday, the general position remaining the eame Discission is mainly centring now on the probable policy of the new Government and what part the Progressives will play in the coali tion. Labor supporter are hoping that dis sension will show itself in the ranks of the coalition.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday, 10 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. RoukriHropton, Friday, 10 a.m The fund for relief iu stricken Europe now amouuts to £114, For the flint time io tho history of Rockham^on three bands ,have -com bined ip order to join io an united ef fort to raise funds sepd the 42nd Battalion Band to compete iu Too woomba at Easter. The effort took the shape of a fete on the river bank, which attracted a tremendous gather ing. The music from the massed I bands was very tiue. The fete will be ! continued to-night. I Friday, 4 p.m. I In the Police Court to-day the Clerk ' of Petty Sesdion^ ..proceeded against W. J. Curtin for tflfreare of mainten ance in respect to bis wife, Mary Cutv tin. There wbb no appearance of i either party. Mr. Aitkep stated thaf: the fcaRo hud been adjonroed from the previous week to enable 'defendant to attend. He nndeietood defondaut was doing nothing,:bnt loafing round town. A warcftut wBH ordered to be issued for defendant's arrest.— The Commissioner for Income Tax p...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The New South Wales Elections. Labor Receives a Set-Back. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Thu New South Wales Elections. Labor Receives a Set-Back. The New Souths Wales elections were held on -Saturday and created considerable in tcrest throughout all ihe.Statea in the Com monwealth. It was anticipated that Mr. Dooley and bis Government would receive a big sliaking-up if not absolute defeat, and onr wire ou Monday showed that the first preferential count gave : Anti-Labor ' 60 Labor 40 Some leading Laborites take a gloomy view of the situation, but several Ministers believe that although the Coalitionists may win tbeir majority will be reduced to two or three seats. Pwing to the complexity in the tnodeof voting some days must 'necessarily elapse er« a definite change can be reported. Tuesday's telegram said there was no material change. It was reported-by private message on Thursday morpiug 4 that t h antULabor majority bad been reduced to six, but that a fortnight at lra°t must elapse before any tbina definite will be arrived at.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SENTENCED FOR CONSPIRACY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

SENTENCED FOR CONSPIRACY. Sydney. Friday- J At the Central Criminal Court to day, Edgar Barraclough, formerly an accountant for the State Wool Com mittee, an^ Norman Hughes, of the Botany Woolscouring Co., were each sentenced to two years' imprison-1 meat with hard labor on a charge of conspiring to cheat and defraud the Chairman and other members of the State Wool Committee of over £5000.

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

A MURDER CHARGE. Sydney. Friday. William Edwards, a horse trainer wa^ charged to-day with the murdei of Robert Mitchell tft Bathurst 011 March 20th. Sergt- Napper said that a game of hazards was being played | The dice were loaded and it was al leged the accused then leapt on to the table and kicke^ deceased in the head. Accused was remanded for a j week, bail being refused- j

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROUBLE BREWING. MILITANT MINERS IN N.S. WALES Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

TROTOTjE brewuvg. MILITANT MINERS TIC N-8. WALES Svdriey. Friday. There is a possibility of a We: In dustrial upheaval Id New South] Wales in the coal-mininp industry. The owners contend that wages must] be reduced und are poftig t6 apply to tho Court for a" reduction. The Miners Federation have decided to withstand any reduction, even if ordered by the Court, and the Fede ration is known to be prepared for J an early fight.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

PLAGUE IN SYDNEY. Sydney. Friday. A death from plague was reported, fo-dny. the victim being- a man real dent at Mascot. He died two hours: after admission to. Uie Coast Hoapl- j tal. Since the outbreak of plague 14 perBons have been stricken down, four died, and now there are eight patients in the hospital. The condl- i tion of two—a. little girl and an In fant three years of age—is serious.

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

IVTOTIOK ii i.1 -owing _ deceased mast be 8th April next, otfau will be taken to reooq Dated this 30th da Bttttven Res .SWMSS otopoeWoaSj very T V i would be pl«f and»ppUorti<»toft3 8-T^ IntbeSnpre*#^ In the 1bo®®»' Carry ,late Bajrcalata®| Queena^anS intestt notice I the efpl* the date * application oufaWe C tbe teal.t who died - the.Union tnvUarUjpl| caldfne afor of tlte said of the provlBlo, Union Trustee | Limited Acta.' the aatfl Coii Any person (ft "object to heard upon it,] tbe Registry grapt is ma feated tbt February, li . " Solicitor fl Trustee Coroi ei Brisbane Agl Chambers,! In the Supra to the Will i . the Stal] decease NOTICE la the expjrat the date of application j norahle Cot of the abol DREW GI granted to] Barcaldjne [ widow of sole exect Will. Any per sires to ot to be heard in the Re any time Dated 1922. R.I Soli iTo^m Age! Grant &( Solicitd SPECIAL posters at i Bue of excl the altered ing the Ba tickets will land railwl to MOND/ sive) and from s...

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

ICE. ifilLL Deceased. given that all account8 Xfllate of the above Ud^to me, od of before *ise legal prooeedingx arssme. r of March, 1922. ptcOULLOUaH, foitor for Executrix, Baroaldiue. ltd Albilbah IptiooB ate to be opened , Ieiaford on 3rd May L ' eplendid opportunity ling First-olas*. Dow us j »■ watered. ' to eapplv Lithographs j ion enquiry. fiLOTB JONES, Agent, Bwoaldino ftnt «1 Queensland. bid gooda ot Patrick \ciover Hills, near the State of Ifer, deceased, fiveil that after arteen dayB from plication .hereof > io thi8 torn-. Finistration of Restate of the Turry deceased, flay be granted to omDBXty ofAua Curry of Bar te lawful 'widow iipvingby virtue Ion 6 of "The of Australia 1898" authorised apply) ^iio desires jteatton, Op to be [file .a caveat In pitas fcefore tbp ;-1Mt£;day of] 3iiUongb, The - Union 1 11a libnlt fcftMcNato, jSrlBhane. ANDREW l&apcaldine' in id>( Chemist |renivtha£, after days from Ion hereof, to this Ho of the Will IOMAS AN sed, may lie f&...

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

' FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION At WOOL EXCHANGE, BRISBANE, v THURSDAY, 27th April, 1922, at 3 p.m. ME98RS. MORERE \ RS LIMITED, Brisbane, have received inatruutions from the Mortgagees to fell by Publii Auotion us above, viz "CAVENDISH." SITUATED —17 tnilon froin Jericho Rui w.iy Station, ou the Q. Cunira Rail* .y Lino. ABE A, TENUBE, BENT, Etc.—" CAVENDISH" G/tf ARM : Ana. 38.904 acte* ; 2« y«an. tioin 19ri; Km.t, Id per tt'to p«>r annum tiubdi»idi;d 7/8 i.nddnohH Waterel by Fnur B .T'ort equipped with Mills, Tauko aud l'roughiug. Aiko 3 hitciiKH '• K1AORA" G/H—Area. 25 3'8 nore" : 28 years lento fnm 1st July, 1010 Worked bu an out stall m of " CAVENDISH.," Relit Id per acre p. r itn um 6/6 pad ducks. W»ti r« d by 3 Boren < quipptd with Mill-, otu. (ioi.d Cottage, cmmwited by telephone with •' Cavendish." "ROUND MOUNTAIN" O/H—Area, 25,697 acres. Leaxe, 28 yeir* from let Jinuary, 1914. Roi t $d per acrj por annum. Two Fodnuek-. Wutured by Bom, with Ei.gine, Tudk uud Trou...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNTRY PARTY MATTERS NORMANBY AND KEPPEL ACTIVE Rockhamnton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

COUNTRY FAJITY MATTERS NORMANBY AND KEPPEL ACTIVE Rockhamnton. Friday. ' At a meeting of the Central District Council of the Country Party for Nor manby and Keppel a lengthy discus sion took place regarding the state of the dairying industry. It was decided to communicate with the leader of the Federal Coun try Party pnd all the . Queensland members with a view to their using their best efforts to get a Federal butter poo! established with the view of stabilising the industry and en suring those engage^ in it getting a decent return for their labor. It was stated that Messrs. Peter son and Bebbington would address meetings on the Federal aspect in the carious dairying centres in regard to the dairying industry. It was mentioned that Mr. J. M. Healy, who was recently appointed organiser to the Party, would take up his duties in a few days. It was further mentioned that a' telegram had been received, from Mr F. C. Lodge, who is organising the Barcoo on behalf of the Country Party, to ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW SETTLERS' LEAGUE. ROCKHAMPTON BRANCH. Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

NEW SETTLERS' LEAGUE. ROCKHAMPTON BRANCH Rockhampton, Friday. If there is one committee in Rock hampton that hides its light under a bushel, and does good by stealth and blushes to find It known it is the New Settler s League. So unobtrusive haa it become that the general publla forgot all about its existence. The objects of the League pave the way for the settlement of settlers on the land, principally immigrants. At the opening meeting, Mr. W. G Thompson (Chairman) spolce opti mistically of the great membership it would attract, but at a meeting last night he bad to# admit that his sanguine anticipations had not event uated, - although the membership was fairly good. Although immigrants had not yet arrived here In large num bers there has been a slight trickl« of raw comers and Hit League 'aas been doing its best in trying to fir.rt land for settlers. In a vast Stat? like Queensland looking for land might seem a. joke, but it was a iterr reality. So far the League had not been ver...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New South Wales PREMIER DOOLEY FALLS. A FRACTURED ANKLE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

New South "Wales —oOih PREMIER DOOLEY FALLS. —4 A FRACTURED'ANKLE ' Sydney. Thursday. Premier Dooley, while on the beach at Bronte, slipped into a hole which was covered with grass. He fell heavily, fracturing an ankle. Kb medical adviser stated that Mr. Doo ley will probably have to remain in bed a month.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FAREWELLING THE JUDGES. Brisbane, Friday, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

FAREWELLING THE JUDGES. Brisbane, Friday, 4 p.m. An historic and unique scene -was enacted' at the Supreme Court to day, the occasion being the official retirement, under the Judges' Re-< tirement Bill, which comes tnto ope ration to-day, of the Chief Justice, Sir Pope Coonpr, and Justices Real, and Chubb- There was a very large attendance of the legal profession and general public. Mr. A A. H Feez, K.C., on behalf of the legal profession, paid a glowing tribute to the retiring Judges He said, "You three Judges; have given the best years of Vour life, to the services of your country at great' sacrifice to yourselves-" The retiring Judges briefly replied, each in tones brohen with emotion- Sir Pope Cooper re marked'that if he had sat ;on the Bench until next January he woulc have been forty years on the Bench

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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