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FIRE AT ST. LAWRENCE. Rockhanmpton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

FIRE' AT ST. LAWRENCE Roclchampton, Friday. Inspector Qutnn has received word from Constable Areus. of St. Law rence. iJiat. the Sportsman's Arms Hotel. there. one of the oldest hos tetries' In the Central district, was totally destroyed hv fire early yester day moraine. The damage Is esti mated at £2000 It is understood the building and contents were insured. ' About £60, worth of stock was saved. So far ag is known there are no suspicious circumstances.

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

ROCKHAMPTON CASUALTIES Rockbampton, Friday, 10 when "Walking: down the footpath \n East - street v near Derby-street In tersection, John McCullougli fell heavily, striking his head- He was picked up unconscious, suffering from concussiop.. He -was admttted to the General Hospital in an un conscious condition. Herbert Clarry, 21 years °f aS®> employed on a banana farm at Tanby, went out to the woodheap on Wednesday night to get some chips, when he was bitten on the left foot by a snake. Neighbors scarified the wound an^ applied permanganate of potash and drove him to the con valescent home at Emu Park. Clarry wafi brought up by an ambulance car and admitted to the General Hospi tal. Geo. Thomasson, 11 years, while swimming In the river near the Alex andra Bridge, was severely stung on the thigh, apparently by a devil fish.

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

R0CKHA1WPT0N DISTRICT GRAZIERS Rockhampton, Friday. There wag a Record attendance at a meeting of the committee of the Rockhampton District Graziers' As-t sociation. The present position of the pastoral industry was discussed,: and several notices, of motion wer«| given for the anniftl conference, to. be held early in May at Longreach,| jtouching on the condition of the in-j dustry. Messrs. A. L. McDonald, W. H. Kettle, and C. M. Rogers were ap pointed to represent the Rockhamp ton District at the annual conference in Longre^ch. It was decided to support a mo tion from Julia Creek District com mittee favoring the holding of wool) sales in Rockhampton and Towns ville. It was decided that quite a numbef of member8 engaged in the cattle in dustry were, owing to the depressed state of that industry, unable to pay their March rents, and it was decided to send a telegram to the Govern ment asking tor an eitenBiofc of 12 months. Subsequently a reply was received to the effect that each in ...

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

INCENDIARISM IN SYDNEY SERIOUS FIRE AVERTED. .. Sydney, Friday. what looks like a deliberate at tempt to burn down the stores of. the Country Produce Selling Co- in Pyr mont, valued at half-a-mtillon, oc curred yesterday. The watphman found .documents and other records ablaze on the ton floor of the bulldr ihg, which 1B six stories high. The fire was quickly extinguished. The circumstances of the fire are giving the directors great concern, and detectives are busy on the trail of the culprits. The building la storey from top to bottom with wopl

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

comr boss appeal case. Sydney, Friday. rue uoiin koss appeal 10 xne ttigu Court of Australia agatfast his con viction and sentence in connection with the murder of Alma Tirtsche has already occupied two days. The hearing: waB further adjourned till to-day.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CATTLE SALE. WORST PRICES FOR 25 TEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

CATTLE SALE. WORST PRICES FOR 25 TEARS. values . realised at the Hoffisnush saleyards yesterday were the lowest for 25 years. Cattle which formerly realised £30 to £40 sold for £5 to £7

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 Column. Do yon want anything P Have you anything to sell f Have you tost or found something P Meetings, &o. Advertisements in this column at special CMOS lor CAtSH strictly in advance. It booted ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Masimntn number of words under prepaid soale, 48. One Two Thtee Insert. Inserts. 18 words ... 2/- 3/~ 4/6 Bvety additional eight words... 1/- 1/8 1/6 VIDROrnnn L°n8 Wood per load, 12s. fiafiWUUIP_0ut up t<locke, per load—12a E. J. HUNT, Ash St i Baroaldine. F, T. MoDONALD, Saddler uj Har ness Maker. Oak-street. BuoiUIm. ▲11 repair worlc undertaken. 'Phone 126 FOB SALE.—Cut Hones, largest and beat a&Bortmant always obtain; at>le<—MUs Ouso, (Jhefltnufc gtreet North. Side. Barcaldine. MUBBABIX HONEY— Guaranteed Pure. 71b. tins, 5/~. 141b tins, 10/-. Larger quantities IX required. C. Lloyd-Jones. Agent. Jazz Evening. A 3»tz Evening will be h«*ld at the Hotel Shakespeare on WEDNESDAY, April ...

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

: Miss M Mauionairiaea the public, iadie* partieblacly, that she is opening up he? wage of goods to-day (Saturday) in the { 8bue Halt A call will be appreoiated. j The Hot4 fi&lton at Chailevllle o&ught '■ •fire last Friday night, but owing to prompt| jMslioa the building «aa a&vtfd A. room i ooonpiei by a dentist was burned out. • A good dr-al W damage wa» done { The aptaial Lenten services at S Peter's Church of England will be resumed to-1 sorrow (Sunday), the Bev. P. E. Oemuth 1 huvitig retarnud from hie parochial visit j to Jericho. I "Trie burnt-ont area in the weBtern block is g'.aduaily assuming its old appearance saving that dreadful corner. Mr. Mc Bride's hotel is 'making a brave show, and the lower story is in frame. Attention is directed to Messrs. A P<ir nell & Son's advertisement on the front Kire of this iatua. As usual daring the nteo season Messrs Farnell & 8odb have laid in special stocks o> all the best brands ...

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

IIneral Gathering^ The pastoral industry in the Northern Territory, which bag been {depressed owing to the closing ot Yestey Bros, meat works, and the tensatlstactory export trade, has been relieved to some extent by. the export of 15,000 cr.ttle to the East. This statement was made by Sena tor Earle a lew days ago, who added there was a prospect of 10,000 addi 'tfonal beasts being sold. Railway Concessions similar to those granted Yestey Bros- were granted to the pastor&lists They can sometimes raise the ■wind in Melbourne without any Idifflculty -whatever, and big supplies "of It at that. They did the other Saturday night shortly aJfcer nine o'clock, and it is understood that Sydney Is not at all jealbus at Mel bourne being thus favored. In other words, Melbourne was visited by; the most violent wind storm ei perienceS Cor many years, and much damage was done to suburban pro* perty. A young girl, Jean BaJlan tyne, living' with her mother at Mai Tern, was killed by the fall...

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

LL'S DIPS. i B E L L S (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND) QUISELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP 80s. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS QUIBELS LIQUID DIP 9s. per gallon in 5 gallon drums. SiLGETI 5s COMF&n, LIB, mum SOLEAGE1VT S 81 B E L M S CRAVEN-BURLEIGH HAIR TONIC (35) Besides being a True Hair Grower fl quickly removes Dandruff and Slops Falling Hpir and Itching. Known and recommended the world over. II the hair is dry use the POMADE OILY. ♦ — Always wash the Hair with CR AVE N ■ BUKLKICH If you want a, Good gy. 8uiky, Spring* Can, or Jrav -GOTO J. MUTTS, mmm, General Blacksmith and Wheelwright, WHERE GOOD WOBK IS DONE Phone 20 .^GRD Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8TOVE0 AXJ3ION POVER Mo. 6 £6/2/8. No. 1 £6/12/6. No. 8 £7/2/6. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-, No. £8. No. 9 £»/«/-. BOILER STANDS lOgal. 80/-. 12gal. 88/6, 14gal. 87/8. AJ1 other stoves, ranges, camp ovens, galvanised Iron, n&U*. look* tko I<arge quantities dressed and rough pine and hardwood always I...

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

LADIES I KAS i'ER IS COMING, ttud 60 IK Miss M. MANION, OPENING TO-D<vY (&A1 URDAY, 1st n*i nfjfkl)> in SUiBW HaLL, BAR» A besntifol rang" of Everything dear to tho Fomii.i&e Efuri. Blouses, CoMtame* LiiigKiii, D 4m* Undy Wear, Millinery, Skirts. fiu, to. A CaU will be Appreciated.' RE. Clapbam, Cabinetmaker, Upholsterer, etc. MATTRESSES Made and Remade All Kinds of FURNITURE Repaired MOTOR OARS Upholstered Oak-street - Barcaldine (Old Bunk Houe<) , fHAl'S better than a Nice YOUNG OHICE>N for Sunday DinnerP ' Well, MCLEAN'S have them 1 Also, PINEAPPLE HaM Pigs Oheek Trotters (.by the too) ' . At Brawn To day FRUIT GALORE—Variety .Good, Prices Right. Goobers at I /6 doz,( Pears at l/> Chocolates as Fresh aa ever. Fans Bnuing, Kettle* FrfHhlyEoiling; and everything is OF t>ts~ A Gkod Cap of M0RMNG TEA. And Don't Forget—Our IOE o£EAU8 ■till hold the Good Name* Coupled irith ioor MILK SHAKE they* cannot be beaten. CRABS expected by Hail ...

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

Shire Hall, Barcaldine. Easter Attractions. Apollo Carnival Under auspices of 8. Peter's Ohuroh of England April 17th and 18th. EASTER "MONDAY: PINQ-PON6 BALL. EA8T*R TUESDAY: COOli CAN CINDERELLA. Plain and Fauoy ln^s*. FBANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, Has MOTOR CARS rORSIR^. Two 6-Cyliader Buicks at your disposal. Phone 78. —o— Agent for Howard's "Tria-nph" Motor I Oyole, " Eover" Oyple and 8armies United | Statee Motor Tyres, Etc. rBarealdlne and Distriet Agent tor— The Celebrate QUICK C&RS, MOTOR CAR^HiRe FOB Prompt Attention Ring op 'Phone 101. DAY OK NIQHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, "Killarney Villa," Imth Barcaldiae. "KENILWORTH," Private Hospital, Maplb and Aciau-BtBineis, BARCALDINE. —Outilde Quai Attended.— For partioalam and terms apply to— hone 81 fiUBF GBEE1V, A T.N A I The People's Gash Store 1 ASH-STKEEf i (opposite GH'leograph), BaRCAIbDXNS, For your lorder fop 1 ttttOCURIE* or PRODUCB Ring PHONE Q3. S. M. OtflSW, Proprietor. HARRY BURGESS, PRACTICAL TAILOR, BARC...

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The Color Question. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

I The Color Question. —oOo—* To the Editor. Sir,—Will you permit me space to comment on an extract from the "Meat Trades Journal" appearing in your issue of 25th March, 1922, and presumably expressing your soqt< ments on the Colored Immigration Question. I do not propose to argue the case for a White Australia. To the white. man its meritB are self evident, and his only misgiving- is the uncertainty of its feasibility. I intend merely to point out that your authority has based his conclusions on debateable generalities and false premises. As the years go by -with out any appreciable increase in our tropical population, color is lent to the arguments of men with sinister motives, or inferior mentality, who point to this lack of progress as evi dence of definite failure. While this country is governed by our present type of Tammany Politician—by the city for the vote—the unpopulated areas having no political value will never be made attractive to white settlement. This, not...

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

Wool Values. The Queensland Primacy Producers' Co operative Agency, Brisbane, reports under date, 27th of March, that tho various advices reaching them in regard to the movement in wool values since Jest report; are of an encouraging nature. The London March sales were still in progress and full clearances were being made at prices which fiuotuate round about the January average. A notable featnre of all reoent sales his been the steady upward movement in the value of all fine and medium crossbred wools, which, however, is of interest to the bulk of Queensland growers only in rela tion to its effect on the ultimate value of < Bawp shares. The Southern sales during the week were mainly notable for the improvement in the Yorkshire demand. ThiB recalls that in : their December report, following the ad journment for the Christmas recess, the Primary Producers wrote: "Yorkshire has become extremely active and ordinarily this ie a moet promising sign, as the time when Yorkshire...

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

STEWARTS SPECIAL VALUES IN Boy's and Men s Apparel IN our MEN'S SECTION we o&ter for every taste, and offer the Best Value, and the Best Only. Comparison will quickly prove oar values to be superior in every sense. Mens Beady-to-Wear Suit8. 69, 70, 73, 84. In all siees.' Kens Tweed Trousers 10/6, 12/6, 14/6, 15/6, 17/6, 22/6 Hens gfcuM Tronsers Drill. 14/6, 17/6, 21/-. Mens Khaki Holes. ' 18/6, 21/6, 22/6. Meng White Drill Trouper* 22/-. Mens Striped Crash Tros 22/6. Hens White Cotton Singlets. 36, 38, 40, 42 44. 7/-, 7/3, 9/-, 9/6, 9/8 Boys Tireed Suits. 18/6, 19/6, 21/6, 22/6, 37/6, 49/-. Boyg Crash Suits 12/6, 15/6, 16/6, 17/8. Boys Tweed Knickers. 6/11, 6/11, 7/8, 8/6. Boys Singlets 24, 26, 28, 80. * k 3/11, 4/6, 6/6, 6/3 Hens Wool and Cotton Singlet 36, 38, 40, 42 7/11, 8/6, 10/6, 14/6. James Stewart I Co. Ltd. The Pioneer Drapers, Clothiers and House Furnishers, of Central Queensland, Criterion House, barcaldine TT> H W »> »» l> I, I,

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Barcaldine Swimming Carnival. A Successful Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

8arcaldine Swimming Carnival! —oOo—. I A Successful Evening. Another very successful aquatic car nival, organised by the local swim ming enthusiasts, was held at the Council baths on Monday evening last, 27th March, the proceeds being in aid of the Barcaldine Cricket Association, who intent UBing some tor enter -tnjnlnc the Rockhampton cricketers during their visit to the West at Easter. Barcaldine is well known for its hospitality to visiting sporting teams, and it was probably with this in view, coupled with a good evening's clean sport, that such a large crowd 4it people from all parts of the town Biade tor the baths when the Town Band struck up. The enclosure pre sented a gay and pretty appearance. The festoon of colored electric lights at. the entrance gave a dazzling ef fect. ana a large light, suspended from the centr© of flie con siderably improved the lighting ar rangements. The officials all carried out their duties in an excellent man ner throughout and contributed a grea...

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

SPORTING not NOTES We will appreciate cqptrihufaona of bdom *ten« for this column. P r.^°^6r ,swimm^6 carnival win tCTf V?01"^ be or®anised» this time to help to finance the newly formed Barcaldine Brass Band. It is ejected that invitations will he sent limmf f11 and Longreach swimmen, t° compete, and Johnny Cooper will again be seen in action battling for his Central-Western Championship title against the 4s™ S-,"« Mat. „ but it is expected that a. B. Plumb and other Rocky swimmers will make the journey. Cooke, who represented Australia at the Olympic James London, will alsn nw.vlvi ®Ma®8 »Q p,," . ' „also Probably compete. ten ^ fea^e.d to Rockhamp ton by a touch, and Cooper similarly al Td . PIumb at Barclldi°e, ^ should these swimmers make the a gr6f sw,m te assured. No EWo ,yf b6en arranged, but Easter week is thought to be a good l°in M'JmN' Further de tails will be known at a later date. . Bft^ni™* ■W1 headmaster of the Barcaldine State school, no doubt J2 It8 i,\Gncourae*ns ...

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

Special Values In Ladies' Blouses at Plumb's. Ladies' White Voile Blouses, trimmed with Val. Lace & Insertion, 10s 6d and 12s 6d Ladies' White jap Silk Blouses, nicely embroidered, 16s 6d Ladies' White Jap Silk Middies, 21s Ladies* White Georgette Blouses, 22s 6d to 27s 6d Ladies' Heavy-weight Crepe de Chine Blouses, latest styles and shades, from 27s 6d C. B. PLUMB & CO. DRAPERS AND &O0TERS, PARK'S BUILDINGS, BARCALDINE. R. PARK, Bookseller, StatioDer, Newsagent, Tobacconist, BARCALDINE. SOME NEW MUSIC: " SmUin'" A Babes ia the Wood success. "Rose of Babylon," Vocal Foxi Trbt " I'll be all the Same (A Hundred Years From Now), Song "The Little Tin Soldier" or "Little Rag Doll," Song. ' ' "All By Myself," Vocal Fox Trot. "I Wonder Why," Waltz Ballad. "Mississippi Cradle," Song. "The Shock," Fox Trot Also i Wlldflower, Whispering, Peggy O'Neill, ■ Kiss A Miss, Rag g'ing Thro' the Rye, Slumbering Bay, Baby Tank, Happy, Do You Ever Think of Me, Feather Yonr Jjfes...

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

THE . BRITISH 11WOLSELEY" Sheep Shearing Plants Are tbe embodiment of precision and endurance —a real, tangible example of tbe work of British engineers and mechanics, working with British materials in British Engine shops. The Wolseley'lPlants are recognised b Pas toraliEtB and shearers alike as master plaits in every partioular. In thoroughness in both design and contrac tion, ability to withstand punishment and heavy Wv.rk—all (ratify to WolBeley superiority. " Wolaeley" is British and is a synonym for quality, for efficiency, for endurancetravng xg .tandem with a low first coBt and low runn pec sea. Desk T* will gladly sand booklets and price#, fte. ^ You can get it at X BUZACOTT'S Adelaide-St. BRISBANE Also HarheNtrfet SYDNEY UMITEQ *7£ave J/ou iTried■ fflie neu) plume Easy starting, sneei running, mere miles. 9 Conservative ownewirfvei*, i«fA headed sad ehrcwd in uottm of motoring* demand a motor fuel that gives thrm my elnriingi full and lively power •ad more mileage. They ar...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Wool Supply and Demand. When Will Wool Come From? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Wool Supply and Demand. When Will Wool Come From ? Messrs. Winchcwnbe, Carson, Ltd , Bris bane report: -For 14 months Japan has purchased wool practically without ceasing at local sales. Even in the dull markets in tbe earJy months of last year, Japanese buyers consistently supplied fair competi tion. In fact it can fairly bs stated that their biddings made tbe bucccbb of those sales, To date this season in Sydney, pnrcbsses of wool on Japanese account have totalled more than iwico the quantity and in Bris bane more than fourteen times the quan tity bought in 1918-14, thelast year before tLe war. Tbe trade, therefore, were sur prieed at the slackening in biddings from Japan at recent Sydney auctions. Japan ese purchases in Brisbane at the laBt auc tions were heavy. This fact made the euSing in competition ull the more unex pected. The general strength in the demand for wool here nod in Londun, however, indi cates that growers have no cauaa tor nervousness. Inquiry for wool is now so...

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