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Recent Publications. Weldon's Bazaar of Choldren's Fashions.— [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Recent Publications. Weldon's Bazaar of C&ildien's Fashions.— New Mo. is an excellent ksue, with gratis out-out patterns enclosed for making a girl's dresB with round neck, bod dress with square neck, six to eight years; a boy's and Kirls' ooat, four to bix years; a bonnet for baby, one to two years ; and a small boy'e tunio salt, two to fonr years—with lull directions for ontting out and makiog-up. The No- contains some most bewitching styles tor the young girl; (rocks that are easily made; pretty BetB for tiny people ; confirmation dresses and veils; cookery f.>r t)ae mantb; layettes and short coating sets • " Beauty Hints"; bow to knit just the coat and bonnet for a girlie of two years; at tractive millinery; ho? boys can be well tailored at home ; charming frocks for in door and oot-door we»rj the new all-in-one suit for a smalt boy, with directions for cat ting out and making up ; the children's playtime page, with competitions; the new ooats ana skirts; underwear to...

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

"The Harnuworth Bed Mag wine. continues to maintain its popularity, and, as the cover ot ibsub dated March 3 (now before ub) indicates, is "Bed" and re-read. This cumber contains a baker's dozen of stories by leading writers of fiction—stories that grip tbe imagination and refresh the mind, for there ii nothing like good fiction for mental relaxation. Several of the con tributions are illustrated by well-known artists.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Weldon's Ladies' Journal.— [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

Weldon's Ladies' Jonnial.— April No. is brimfnl of new styles,charm ingly illustrated and folly described. The gratis patterns, shewn in fall colours on the cover, are for a smart coat and ekict, a one piece dreBS, and fashionable, waistcoat blowe, 'explicit directions being given for cutting out and 'making these designs. Special features of the Ho. inclnde a photo gravure portrait of H.B.H. Princess Mary and Viscount Lasoslles; a lovely art supple ment of Paris and London modes ; a gratis transfer design tor bead embroider/ and some suggestions for using tame on tags, jumpers, &o.; how to make a smart dtoohet hat in two colors for sports wear; the latest tailor-mades ; vatiations of the coat frock; advance millinery, with some useful notes tor the borne milliner; chic hair, dressing; restaurant gowns; new blouses-; and jumpers; dainty lingerie designs; the young girl and her frocks; confirmation dresseB; bridal and trousseau gowns; our girls and boys page; fashions for mad...

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

Try us Cor Job Piintlnc. I i i jj Good Spirits !> , I It is very difficult to keep , | ,| bright and cheerful when . | , troubled with indigestion or , ' constipation. Even when '. ( these disorders have not ' I reached the point of causing ' I' -great suffering or discom- ' I' fort, they undoubtedly have 11 II a debilitating effect and 11 gradually sap the vital <I 11 forces. The best thing to (1 11 do in such cases is to lake ^ I I a reliable digestive tonic i I and aperient. A few doses l j I of Beecham's Pills will put. i the digestive organs right, \ I stimulate the liver and \ I' remove constipation. In J I' this way the system will be f II cleansed and toned up and f |> will fully benefit by the # {I food taken which is only i 11 possible when the digestion I ,» is in proper order. If you i 11 are not in good spirits, take A MSSffi \ Bold everywhere In boxes, \ I' # labelled 10W, ls-lld and Ss-td. V ,) (original Engllelt prices.) 1 Our uP-to-dato Jobbing Plan...

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

Droving Prosecution. A case of interest to owner* and drover* was. beard at Turn bo on the 16th inBt. Mr. W. H. Hutchinson, of Minnie Downs, proceeded against D. T. Bray, oil " Dardan elles," for breach of Seotion 18 of "The Diseases is the Stock Act of 1916" which piovides tbatevery owner of stock shall before starting to travel them any distance, givenotice in writing as prescribed, and obtain a permit containing the prescribed, particnlara from^be neareatinapector. Mr. A. E. Symes appeared on behalf of the complainant, and the defendant con ducted bis own case. At the outset of the proceeding, defend ant objected to the complaint on the grounds (1) that it should have been laid within seven dajB of the commission of the offence and (2) that it should hare been made by the inspector of the Stock Depart ment. Both these objections were over-ruled and the defendant then related the cir cumstances to the Bench, painting out; that be had no alternative but to break the law. He said th...

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

rHE home should be free from petto irritations. Ngt phe least of them is an inaccurate Clock. It means loss of temper as well as loss of time, f We have many clocks that will end this annoyance be cause thei) can be counted on for unfailing reliability in timekeeping. Our stock includes well made Marble Clocks, Imitation Marble, Modern Designs in Wood, New French Clocks an i every other style down to the most modestly priped Kitchen Clock. ( Happy to hava^you look over - • ' the atsortment at any time. I •r Edgar's Treasure Hduse Opp. G.<P.O. ROCKHAMPTON Phone 86 Bumuu QUEENSLINDS Chief Problem As affecting the lbs on the Land la how to secure a Plentiful and Dependable WATER SUPPLY Do ncffbe lulled Into a False Security by Nature's recent bountiful gifts of ' copious downfall*. BE PREPARED! Other dry seasons will cornel Take advantage of the breathing sP&ce now afforded you to FORTIFY against future possible disasters In the ehape of losses of stock and 'failure ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LITTLE PEOPLE'S TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 1 April 1922

LITTLE PEOPLE'S TROUBLES. Children) especially at school, are liable ta hair and scalp complaints that cause tbeic mothers worry. Regular washing with Be*-' ona Medicated Soap is a great, preventaliv*,. but. .for bead spres or any scalp irritatton> prompt applioation of - Bexona Ointment is most effective. Keep Rexona at hand ; it laves so touch trouble. Price, U, 8d , or large size tins, holding nearly four times the quaa* tity of the Is. 6d. sice, price 3s. Obtainable everywhere.

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

i » —— IN MEMORIAM.   POOLE.-In affecionate and loving memory   of our dear little Phyllis, who died at Bar-   caldine on 26th Marcb, 1921, aged 6 years. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved so well is stilled ; A place is vacant in our hearts Which never can be filled. Inserted by her loving parents, Barcal- dine.   IN MEMORIAM. VESPER.-In loving memory of Annie Elizabeth Vesper, who departed this life at Barcaldine 31st March, 189o. We mourn for her in silence,   A mother true and kind, Her equal in this weary world, is very hard to find. Thy will be done. Inserted by her loving husband, sons and daughters.

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

IN MEMORIAM. ?—In loving memory of ? and father, who ? April 1st, 1915. Thy will be Done. ? affectionate wife

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

IN MEMORIAM FURBER.—In loving our dear husband departed this life Thy Will Be Done. Inserted by his and family.  

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Easter Attractions. Apollo Carnival. At the Shire Hall MONDAY and TUESDAY nights, April 17th and 18th in aid of the Church of England Funds Ea3ter Monday Night, April 17th, PING PONG BALL. (Adults only ) PrieeB: Best Original Lady and Gent ' Admission: Gents 3/- Ladies 2/6 Double (lady and gent.) tickets 6/ Tnesday Night, 18th April* COON CAN CINDERELLA. Prizes: Best Senior Boy and Girl 9 years and over. Best Junior Boy and Girl, 9 years and down to little tots. Best Comic and Original Costume. Admission: Adults 2/6 Children 1/6. Dont fall to attend these attractive balls. FRANK E. HALL •BARCAlOInE, Hh» motor oars FOR iilKE. Two Buicks at yuiir di«pnN«l. Phone 78. —0— Agent (or Howard'- «• r.m-nph" Motor Qyole, " Rover" OyeH- ind Sur-'no* .United Status M«tur Tyrai, Kto <gy*Barca1dinb and Diitriot At?«'ot for— The Oelebr»!«d JUii'K GABS, MOTOR CAR_ 5?re Fob Prompt Attention Ring up 'Phone 101. DAYOKNIciHl'. CHAR LEX MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Ki Harney Villai," Imth Barcaldio...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Main Roads Board. Visit of Mr. Kemp to Longreach. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

The Main Uoads Board. —oOo—" Visit of Mr. Kemp to Longre»cL She Cbairnmn ol the Main Roads Board, Mr. J. »■ KemP, wa» wel comed by the I/mgreach. Shire Coun CU on April 6tt. at the Council Chambers. •She Chairman (Mr. T. Barker) in Mb opening remarks, pointed out to Mr. Kemp that Longreach te the centre ol a very dlHtrtet, a district which depends more on r6ads than the average town in Queens land. The whcfle Industry of the Longf-each district depends on road traffic. He ventured the remark that no place#in Australia was simi larly situated with respect to motor traffic. and where that class of tra ffic was so great. Although the LongrOach-Winton road would some day be served by a railway that did not alter the fart that the main road was a very important matter. The longreatih-Junflah Joafl wag also feff Important and Its claim, to" gather with the Muttaburra road, would be stressed later- He asked Mr. Kemp to be kind enough to .out line the policy of the Main Roads Board to those...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Special Notice Column. Do yon wont anything ? llave you anything to sell P Have you loBt or found something P Meetings, dco. Advertisements in this column at special ttkteB tor CASH strictly In advance. If booked ordinary oasual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of wordB under prepaid soale, 48. One Two . Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 'M~ 4/® Every additional eight words... 1'- 1/8 1/8 PrBPltflirm Long Wo<«i par load, 12s. fliilSWUUU_0llt*p Hlooks por load—12s K. J. HUNT, aeh St, Baioalfiine. F, T. MoDONALD, Saddler and Bar ohi Maker. Oak-streei, Barc&ldlne. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 MiCliBAIUX HONET-— Guaranteed Pure. 71b. tine, 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-. Larger quantities It required, c. Lloyd-Jones, Agent LOST—Cheque drawn in favor of B . Johnstone, Q.N.B., £5. Payment stopped. Reward—D- Bugden. SHr,. unu towjj oahike «o. ■ LCf^lVllll) B.iculdiuu Furniture remuvrfd Oaielu.ly. Muiln'oto Prines. Givt> htm a trial. i'liuue 120 ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine And General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Mr 4- Wood, overseer at Tars, purposes visiting Sydney Royal Sonie'y show, which opens on Good Friday, to inspect tbe stick and especial * the sheep exhibits, Tbe Commonwealth steamer Echuca. which was built at Maryborough by Walker's "Limited, bas left Brihbane for Sydney after satisfactory trials bad b«en made St. Stephen's Roman Oathojic Cathedral at Brihbitne, which was commenced 58 years ago has been completed- The deot on the building is £8220, aid a special col lection on Sunday rt-alieed £2000 A fire destroyed the greater portion of Nazaru, tbe capital of tbe Babaru Ielauit. The firemen bad to blow up some buildings ftith dynamitn to prevent the complete destruction of tbe city. A report from tbe Queenslund A gnat General states that the general British trade opinion of tbe sample consipnofea' of dehydrated piceapplt-s pent to London from Brisbane last. November ib unfavor able as to the qnnlitr of tire picking, and tbe get-up is unattractive. A. Are destroyed tbe Hamilton h...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. RELEASING SINN FEINERS. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. RELEASING SINN FEINSBS- | Loudon, Wednesday, i The laet batch ot iSiuu Fern pnapn ,#re in Englaud bus been liberated.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Amiens! Tribute to Australian Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Amiens! Tribute to Australian Soldiers. The following is' the text of an address (translated) delivered on the 4th November, 1918, by hie Lordsbip the Bishop of Amiens, in the Church at Long (Somme), in memory of Australian officers, non-oum missioned offioere and men fallen on the battlefields: —General, officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the five Anitralian divisions.—After the. address delivered a few minntes ago fiom the Pulpit of Truth, I ebonld keep 6ilent, since I know not your beautiful language, bat it I give no utter ance to my thoughts as this impressive ceremony is Bearing its end, I would fail in the triple duty which my conscience dictates to me, viz., That of P«ayer, Orate* fulness and Admiration. Prayer for your numerous dead, who rest in. peace in my | land of Piisardy, on the banks of the Somme. Gratitude for the liberation of ivy Diocese, freed from the enemy yoke, and admiration for your heroism whicb has plaoed you in, the fdrediost rank amongst the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

WHEN FOOD DISAGREES— simplj take a little Bisujated liagDeaia> <» " Bismag" as it's often oalled.in a-quar*er of a glass of water and it will at onoe re move the cause of the trouble together with all the point Thousands say thia,feu helped them when allelse failed; hospitals use the preparation and doctors preaoribe it. Digestive troubles grow apaoa, and they never core lbemeelvee; those who anffar in thia way should, therefore, delay no lonnr in taking the help wkMHMy Blauialed Magnesia can give. little and j is obtainable at any oUMlikt's in either ponder or tablet form fiBBoea much, and is always safe to use. fthiAe word"Bia mag* on tho wreaper when buying and you 11 make no mistake.—Advt. THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. . The most common cause of constipation U a lack of rxorcisf necessaiy to keep the ufades of tiie bowels active. That is why constipation is often brought on t>y too frequent purgatives. They act violently, performing the work <s! the bowe...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

F> LEVY, Provisional Managing Director. AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £200,000. 100,000 shares of 10/- each are being issued, payable up to 6/- only- The issue is selling rapidly, and only a lew thousand shares remain for completion. The Provisional Directors have therefore pleasure in announcing that they will proceed to registration and allotment at an early date when the Company's policies will be available to the public. As previously announced, these WM constitute the most up-to-date policy contracts in Australia. first issue of 100,000 -shares s a Queensland issue only. Any further issues will only be available to the other States when the organisation is being extended Applications for the remaining shares should be promptly made to th e Provisional General Secretary, and all cheques must be made payable to F. Levy,,or any of the Provisional Directors. The Company will accept Commonwealth War Bonds, State {Jovernment Bonds, or any other Government Securities at market vfelue, fa pay...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Autoscrew Droppers are made of fitont mild (eel two mid three-quarter inches wide doubled wicctoatwin V shape. Practically uubendable and indrstructihle. Autoscrew Droppers have DO ties, clips, or wedges. No stock can shift them. Easily put on ="«by hand. t*utoscrsw Droppers ate supplied to suit any fence. Tell un the number of wires, their guages, lHJspacitigs desired. We do the rest. Prices—Tho standard five wire dropper spaced 5,5,6,8 inch™ in 40s. a hundred. Other lengths at —proportionate prices irrespective of number of wireB '' there's economy in baying the best." Steel Pasts—Five foot long pointed to driv.e into the ground, boiud or slotted to 6uit your fence eight pounds ppr 100. — EnqnliieB Solicited. All Station Supply Houses -OR The Auto-Screw Dropper Fencing Go. Ltd., Patentees and Manufacturers, Balaolava.Stpeet, BRISBANE.

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Metropolitan Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

I Metropolitan Hotes x XXXX —— XKXX . The past week bas. beea a vary busy , one aloi^g the whole of the Brisbane wharves. Apartifrom the usual inter . state traffic, an exceptionally large number of oversea^. ships have been ( . berthe^ at the various -wharves, load- j tog wool .from the last sales, ana also | large quantities of wheat and butter for the United Kingdom, as well as . general merchandise. ■ It is interest ing to know that the Kawitlri left Pinkentra -with 16,400 sleepers for the New Zealand Government. This Is, - the first consignment - Of a contract j entered into by the Queensland ■ Forestry Department for the strpply ' of 44,000 sleepers for 'the railways of the Dominion. The numerous dogtfaneiers In Bris ' bane hear<} Tvith a deep sense of Hws, the death of Mrs. It- W. Kendiick ' last week. No more -ardent and like-; able supporter., of MSl-terriers we j ' linked np with the loeal dog. fancy, j • For more than' five years Mrs. Ken drick was o® the commi...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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