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Fire Brigade Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Fire Brigade Football Club. —<*oOo—» A meeting of members of the Fire Brigade Football Club was held at Devery's Hotel on Monday evening last, «Mr. C. Lloyd-Jones occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were accepted as read. The only correspondence was a letter from Mr. C. Lloyd-Jones ac cepting the office of vice-president, and donating the sum of £1/1/-—Mr. Jones' donation was accepted with thanks. A letter was received from a Bouthem firm- notifying the despatch of jerseys and "hciv.. After considerable discussion the delegates were instructed to bring up the matter regarding First and Sec ond Thirteen players before the notice of the League, the point for discussion being whether a Second Thirteen player would be eligible to play first thirteen and vice versi. After a lengthy discussion the delegates of the League were in structed to ask that seven Cup fix tures be played this season, this to be independent of the Hospital Shield match It was resolve...

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

THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. CSKVXOm Mr Cm wrvto* at Inr ROlir wwwa |a «n tfb m trmmmt • fcnltt to glm «vwy day ■n than 800.000 CHEV •r tH» NirU tMUiy that l fir lw pdnii dependable HOWARD MOTOR CO.. Limited, Toowoomba, Brlaban*. Rockhaupton. IftHPtBtrtct Asent. P. a. HAl.U BarcaMIa*. - RELIABLE FIRM r* <>.AnU OUR GOODS'-, . , K.-I.e tn the JEWtLL:'1* V to,. oe i» ■« . You htf'»e OIM, ! •.(■■■. I.» in, 0| <i.rit Wt Are k' •' u * • Kif to Isaf K •«try one of i.-- »((ir ■ >,.■ #* «((.LUSTRA T"*; !.> f.ftf ali>OUES siSZNT FREE. ' U-ct. Cold CtaM it Diamond* tnd fcltM, *7/10 an //ait'##*!, GotO •(,<! firm IHihop^ »•<•<*«. fa/1* hft. G«n('i <**ld Nu-f, A, ■9 ei iJO's *•<1 Gotd, •>/• I* V|l|i. Tim frirl and «• < * G*.« • llNCk, tt/1* ' *»• HI ril L«*«f *•. Fm*7* SlreBtly mao.-. UfcM*? OttttMddfttDpproot P«, Ci6t«- ou. C'oid tl/«: «5*c*. GoM, %*» Stewart Dawson ©Co (fius.) Ltd. QUEEN...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Baldpate. The Coreena Importation. Specially written by our RockhamPton Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Baldpate. —o no— Hie Coreena Importation. Specially written by our Rock hamPton Correspondent. It came somewhat as a shock when the news went round that Mr. Jack Stapleton had disposed of his favor ite Baldpate to Mr. W. C. Miller, acting for the Coreena Pastoral Company, and that henceforth he will be lord of the "harem on Co reena station. 'As the "Champion" • remarks in its last issue Mr. Miller Is certainly to toe commended for 'bringing: such a magnificent horse to the district. In a small way I contributed to Baldpate going to 'Coreena.. Some time ago I motored •out with Mr. StyPleton to Boongarry where the Comedy King horse was •doing duty, an^ wrote an article re garding him and the foals he had ■ired ithere. Mr. Miller was inter ested in the article and also in Bald pate. Eventually, as before stated, lie bought for his cotoPany. The -price pal,] was a substantial one; ■as the amount was told me in con fidence I cannot disclose it, but high «s it undoubtedly is t think, eve...

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

J. EDGAR, S*!S' ROCKHAMPTON. -Other Lines in Stock are all kinds of Travelling Requisites, Bags and Suit Cases. REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXBCUBQ* In Purchasing the Popular fylst-ProofCorsets You are well Protected ■ Every Pair—regardless *of price—is GUARANTEED not to RUST, BREAK or TEAR. (L Comfort in more ways than one. Your draper sto ks them. Edgar's Treasure House Opp. G.v.o. mOCKHAMPTON Phone 86 THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. ANTHONY HORDERNS" Invite You to Write for the Fashion Book It will come to you as an authoritative gujde to the season's smartest styles—-and the most inviting economies. From its pages you can order your entire Autumn and Winter outfit with the fullest confidence of satisfaction and the of saving money. The variety for choice is wide—the qual ity of every garment—Anthony Horderns'— which means absolute reliability. The Book will Be Posted Free to Any Address, and Anthony Horderns' pay carriage on Drapery; and Fashion goods to any address in thonyHordera &Sons Ltd...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

PLAZA TOOTH PASTE ENSURES GOOD TEETH Plazn Tnnili Pusti- is a delightfully smooth, and (HfrioiiMy fl-tvourfd dental cream, wliinli tlinroii'.'lilv clfanam and beautifies tlm teeth. It tnni'B up ti>" eump, kpppingithorn in pnrfect condition, am) is on active agent in thn pre vention of prorrhea. In large tubes, Is. 6d. Obtainable everywhere. Po& Orders to Desk Stetson's Sombrero ALL SIZES Price includes Box T?JS Wid? ?rim FcltJU™ and Postaee the man whose work keeps him continually out of doors. The brim, which is 3 J inches wide, being FIRM, will not flop when riding.but can be wornas shown, or turned down all round. Illustration shows the BADEN POWEL Crown, with grease-proof leather — you can have ordinary LOUNGE SHAPE if preferred. Colors: Grey and Fawn. Grey with Black Band. Fawn with Sett or Black Band. Pike Brothers 1'IWNSVtU.E TCOWOOMBA LIMITED BRISBANE

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"You Apr[?]." An Old Custom Explained. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

" iou Apr., —oGo— An Old Custom Explained. An Encyclopaedia informs us that the Romans gave the month ol April the name of Apritis derived from aperire, " to open," probably because in the old land it is the season when the buds begin to open ; by the Anglo-Saxons it waB called Easter month. The custom pf sending one upon a bootless er rand on the first day of the month has been supposed to be a travesty of the sending hither and thither of the Saviour from Annas to Caiaphus, and from Pilate to Herod, because during the middle ages this scene in Christ's life waB made the subject of a miracle-play (a religious 'drama depicting scenes from Christ's and the Apostles lives) at Easter, which usually occurs in April. It is more probable that it is a relic of some old heathen Celtic festival. The custom, whatever be the origin, of playing off little tricks on this day whereby ridicule may be fixed upon unguarded individuals, appears, to be universal, not only throughout the British Empire...

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

John K Connitn 8 L.H. Petenoc Kotaiy poHio. Notary Publio. OANKAN & PETERSON tiolfritoiv and Notaries, LONGHEACH. And I.O.A. BuiUlnm, . O.neeontrfwt, BRISBANE H. S. CHURCH, CBOBOH ft D&U&OH L ■ Q,, DENTAL SURGEONS, Bolso/i',-street, R03KHA WON Hntf Eagle-st, LONGBEACH. Soldiers Memorial Fund. A SOCIA LETENING WILL be held in the Shire Hall, Bar* aldine on WEDNESDAY evening next, APRIL 12th. (Proceeds ln aid ot Ice • Cream Stall at Paddy's Market.) , • SongB, Competitions and , Dancing. A pleasant evening assured. Admission: Two or More Bgga or If R E. Clapham, Cabinetmaker, Upholsterer, etc. MATTRfcS9ES Mude and Ri.made All Kindo of FURNITURE Repaired MOTOR CABS Uifawtaitd Oak-street - Barcaldine (Old Biii'l: Houe ) L0N6REAGH ANNUAL SHOW 3rd and 4th MAY, 1922. Prize Mosey - £300 Entries rlose— 20th APRIL, 1922. gohedule6 and Entry Forme from— " SECRETARY, 7.0 Bos 61, LongrMoh. Oar nP-to-data Jobbing Pleat la at jroor disposal. Proofs of Jobs sub mitted if des...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

E UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID 1 (INEXPRESSIVE I I DAIRYMEN J I pAN BE FOUND IN ' I | ^ HUNDREDS, who j§ S think highly of their H £ BALTIC Separator, and we , S E have a heap of letters from .= § EXPRESSIVE dairymen | g who have put their high = s= opinions on paper H = BALTIC Separators are = = highest quality, easy oper- EE = ated, invincible skimmers . = = Get Particulars 5 1 BALTIC | | Separator Co. Ltd. = | 18 ROMA ST. - BRISBANE g aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Local Agents— MEACHAHI & LEYLAND, Barcaldlne and Longreach. O'BRIEN & CO. (O'Brien A * —itbprte.) Builders anl wontr&otora. BARCAtOINE. EBTQUTES giffm for all Wu<u c< Bnildinpa and Bepain. PatntliiK add ('lumMm kino nxeonusd. NOTICE. £100 Reward. (100 reward will be p&td by tfat vb AtrdgmA to. anybody «1tfnr PRIVATE Information, or otherwise of any person, or person* . HtMUln*. cheep, cattle or horses from CLOVE I HTTitifl ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Longreach Items. The Town Band gave a most en joyable open-air concert on Sunday evening under the leadership of Mr. Prefl Affoo. This was the largest turn out of bandsmen seen here since the band formed, 34 performers takiiig part, and the collection also topped —nearly £10 being raised. A painful burning accident occur red at the Private Hospital on Mon day last- Mrs. Little, who is employed ed as a laundress in the institution, while ironing, got too near a petrol tank with a lighted match. It ex plodea an<* set fire to her clothing. She sustained some severe burnB. On Thursday evening last, at the Shire Chambers, a gathering of Councillors took place to bid farewell to Mr. E. Walker, who had been engineer In charge of the instal lation of the electric light in the town.. Mr. T. P. Barker (chairman) Presided, and wished Mr. Walker every success in hte new position at Bouthport- Other members spoke and Mr. Walker replied. A welcome was tendered to Mr. Cyril Lambert, '• ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NAPOLEON UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

NAPOLEON UP-TO-DATE. " Of all the seven senses, give me gommon sense," said Napoleon, or as a well-known cattle man remarked the other day: " Ot all the cattle dips on the market, give me " KUtic." " Kiltie" dip and common sense' are very close* ly related. Ot all the samples sent to the Department of Agriculture and Stock for analysis,' " Klltlc " scoria the greatest' percentage ot " Correct Strength." It is easily the most reli able and economical, and does not scald. A case of- 65 bars costs £7 lis 3d, or 2s 9d. per'bar. When sold In less than case lots, 3b 6d. per bar. Each bar makes 61 gallons. Being sold in thlB compact fonm, there is no dan ger of loss through leaky drums, ,^nd freight is reduced to a minimum. Surgical Supplies Ltd., Brisbane, are the agents for this excellent dip.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach and District. LONGR[?]AOD BRANCH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

LONOIifUOD UUAMOB OFFICE. The weather 1b exceptionally warm for the time of the year. From about noon until 3 P-m. it te quite a8 hot as i a summer's day, but; the evenings j and early mornings are perfect. A.I shower or two of rain would be ac ceptable it only to lay the dust, which at present is very unpleasant. The stock inspector furnishes the following stock movements^,—1800 sheep from Ilfracombe to Blackall, P. Keby owner in charge; 2000 ewes from Dundonald to Blackall, M. White owner in charge; 6000 sheepn from Longford to Longreach, Alining ft Anning owners, Lyons in charge; 1700 sheep from Dundee to-Fairfield, F. McQueen owner; 3000 wethers from Camoola tb the scour, A. H. Hecie owner; 13,000 sheep from Long reach to Dalmally, W. A- Russell owner, H. Conly in charge; 50 cat tle from Bimerah to Rosabel, H. White owner, C. Pope in charge. For the month of March 650 horses and 5574 sheep entered' this district, 1295 horses, 3300 cattle, an<j 80,862 were removed from...

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

THE PRICE WE PAY. The cattle tick costs Queensland £400,000 per annum! Since its In troduction the cattlp tick has cost Queensland nearly £8,000,000—a sum big enough to construct a thousand miles of new railway, complete fire huge irrigation works, making the entire live stock ot Queensland prac tically proof against drought starva> lion, and leave about two million pounds 'with which to - tackle th,e prickly pear problem! We've gbt to toive the tick problem,' anyhow, and evpry individual cattle owner can do" liis bit. ^Rolutic is the great anti-tick diji for cattle. It is specially prepared to kill ticks and it docs its work well. Polutie is sold in powder form and is soluble in cord water. It is /sold in CUKC3 containing two tins, and each tin makes 100Q gallons. TU% price per cihp Is £5 12s fid, from Surgical Kuiipliea Ltd., Brisbane. ' e

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

ARAMAC JOCKEY CLUB. • Annual Grassfed Meeting, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 27th and 28th JUNE, 1922 £150 - Added Money -. £150 ALL HOMES MUST BE REGISTERED. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY. SECOND DAY First Race to start 1.30 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of £7; second horse to receive £2 from prize- For horses that have not won a race or. a prize exceeding £6 at time of nomination. Wleight 10 stone. Dis tance 6 furlongs- Entrance 'fee 7/-. Second Race to etarj 2.10 p.m. SCOTSTOUN HANDICAP, of £20; second horse to receive £6 from price. For horses that have not won a prise exceeding. £20 at time of nomination. Distance 6 furlongs Entrance fee 10/-, acceptance fee 10/-. ✓ Thirg Race to start 2.60 p.m. POVtfELLA HANDICAP, of £7; sec ond horse to receive £2'from prize For' all horses that have not won s pyize exceeding £5 at time of nomi nation. Distance 4 furlongs- En trance fee 7/-. Fourth Race to start 3.2(Tp-m. FIRST BANGLE HANDICAP ffir Trophies). 1st'horse.£5, 2nd horse £4. 3rd horse £3. For all horses j K...

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=o <F=5t If A POPULAR INSTITUTION 1) rHE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland it now located in New State Insurance Premise*, Comer of George and Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane. This office eiiiti for the people of Queensland, and the Public Cnratsr will act at— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER WILLS • TRUSTEE under Marriage Settlements and other Trusts j ADMINISTRATOR OP ESTATES or PERSONS DYING INTESTATE I ATTORNEY OR AGENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OP PROPERTY POR Absenteesi AND WILL , MAKE WILLS FREE I 9. LEND MONEY ON PIRST MORTGAGE I , GIVE LEGAL ADVICE I 4. ATTEND TO ALL REAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Branch Office* at TOWNSVtLLE and ROCKHAMPTON ; and Agente at •aery CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in the State. HfC Sneep, Cattle, ' Horse-and o Pror «rty talesmen & CO Head Office: ' ' TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: , Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Cbarleville Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prlosa a wool Bile. Numbers telL It is consistent (nil values for all oIimm of w...

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

. (Tata Vice-Regal Patronage. ~ ■ /THB' ^ Barcaldine. B. Anderson, Proprietor, fine 10. P.O. Box 28 This Hotel ia one of the MOST VP-TO-OATE AND COMFORTABLE iiomt in gacEasiJUiD. It tofepSele witij-Kverr Convenience oonduoive to BaseanaOoufort, ffnder Complete New Management. FIBST-OLASS ATTENTION. Botf Brands of Wines and Spirit* retailed Patron* may have their pan- Garaged -and Hones et&blea or sent to fifst-elass paddockr. Q.C.T. Assn. House. A Heme Away From Hon* Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. ' "* H. O. HATS3B, Proprietor fScat-Clus Accommodation.' flnd-ClMs Culaine, and up-to 4it« attention. Boggy meets all tnlna. 'Phooi N W.O.COLMAN Oak-at, BkRCALDME Wfeoknle «ad Bfltail BUTCHER. /AffT.y the Primaet of Beef and Mutton LI sold, »t prices to anit everybody. Harlot installed an Up-to-date Refrigerat 144) PlaSt'and Cold Storage Booms, can twuc satisfaction. waited on daily. Mo$k attention to Corotry Ordw OOQNED BEEF* Speciality, ftnalhy guaranteed. BARCALDINE { WTCIOHICE WORKS Co...

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

Good Suit$ at ^ Keenest Prices. That is the reputation we have earned dar ing tbe 30 years we have been established ab Tailoring Specialists. Good Snits be cause the materials are reliable, the style and make what yon personally desire, and the fit as faultless. as any reasonable man could wish for. Failing these results we * ill without argument cheerfully refund your money.' We know it pays. Mr. C. E. Gilbert, OnrSpecial Representative In Your District. HAS A COMPLETE BAHGE Of HEW SEASON'S SAMPLES AT GREATLY \ BEDVCED PRICES If you miss seeing him write direct to ns for sample books and complete easy eelf measurement outfit, we will post them by return mail with pleasure. WE CLOTMe ntTMCR Ml* SON. Boarding and Day Schools for Boji and filrti Gonriuf&jd u <er thn j<> ui nu»i>ioe» of tbe Presbyterian and Ubnrobe*. The Brisbane High School for Girls Tbe Brisbane loirs' College SoiuSrTilie Hou*e, Ponth Bnntaae 01s> field, near Brisbane _ i Mian 0...

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General Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

General Cosneits. "Writing under the heading ot "What Peace* Meana to Ireland," a contributor to the "Penny Pictorial" (London) shows what a brilliant fu ture lies before the "Little Green Isle* once the people settle down to business as a, free state instead, ot continuing to dream about a repub lic, which they are nfever likely *o .get. It will surprise many people to learn that Ireland to three times the size of Belgium, yet the total popu lation of the country Is only some 41 millions, owing to so many Irishmen frying it necessary to go elsewhere in order to earn a living. And yet Ireland Ib crammed full of natural resources which would Provide em ployment for many millions if they were properly developed instead of being allowed to lie dormant, and jthis perfect is owing to the turbulen^ nature of. many of the populace for several years P&st. Ireland is twice the site of Switaerland, while the volume of the country's trade with Engttmd, her "deadly enemy," amounts to 30...

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

Barcaidine School of Arts. Tbt> usual monthly meeting of Barcaldine School of ArtB Committee was held on Wednesday evening, March 29th. at which theie.were present:—Messrs. B. H. Clarke (President, in the chair), F. Bourke, T. W. McKie, S. Hoy, J Kartell. B. Park, Eev. VV B. Hayes, and the Secretary (Miss Cari- James). An apology (or non-attendance was re ceived from Mr. 0 F. Hobler before the minutes were read the Chair man welcomed Mr. Fa*el!, who bad ac cepted a seat on the Committee, vice Mr E. A Stubbin, who bad left the district. Mr. Farrell acknowledged the compliment. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. A letter was read from the Manager Messrs Campbell, James & James advising they were presenting the institution with the usual annnal bound • volume of the " Western Champion," and mentioning the firm's appreciation of the Committee's actum in providing a suitable cupboard foi the safe custody ot the many volumes.—At the iDatance of Mr. Tark, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Rockhampton Visitors, OALL AT ATKINSON'S Central Boarding House, Bolsover-street, Between Railway Statio > uud fo-it Office (Next Soots Kiik) Phone 533. Tariff Moderate Table BsLcellnoc 'OP5 GOING THROUGH THE HOUSE' Ally member tf your (tarflr Buy come home at any tiaw with a cold that will literally "fly through the house " from oae to another. A. bottle of WIUM9&& ^ IRISH MOSS • For Coughsi-Colds - will relieve the sufferer and atop 'the infection. Bonoiogtr n's ii the standard, test ed. household specific far Coughs, 7 Colds, Bronchitis. Iufluenn and Children's Whooping Couch and Croup.' It relieves Asthma, pre vents" Pneumonia, eases tightness of thechestand difficulty in breath ing, loiwens phlegm. promotes CI pectomtion and relieve* hoarse ness Oct a bottle to-day, 1/9*1/ —BUT remember.— If It Ira't "Bonain«t*aV It lan't the Gsnulaa. Also carry a bofc of Bonningbrn's Mbi-s and make a cure doubly sure-J/6 Send Us l«/-, and get this wonderful value par' eel of...

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Eastertide Festivities. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Eastertide Festivities. Wle have a busy week before as and there will be no lack o( amuse ment for the holidays, while the Baster services in the churches Trill doubtless be &s bright &b they usually art. Oil Good Friday the usual "Three Hours" will be held in St Peter's Church of England, while at the Church of Sacred Heart the "Stations 'of the Cross" will he the evening feature, but the church will be open all. day for devotions On Easter Day the Principal ser vice at St. Peter's Church of Eng land will be the 6 o'clock choral Eucharist. This service is always a beautiful one. The Rev. P. E. De muth will be celebrant, and the musi cal portion will be strengthenel by the addition of Mr. C. Fiph (vtrtla) and Mr. J. Meares ('cello). Plain Holy Communion will be held at 10 a.m. and Evensong at 7.30 p.m; At the Roman Catholic Church the principal Mass will be at 7 a.m., the Rev. Father Jone^ being celebrant. .The Children of Mary Solidarity will attend in cloak and vei...

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