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

pecial Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Spscial Riding Trousers Tbiit we are now able to reduce this lino to . . POST /A PER FREE § / t3 PAIR Reuiembet too our special 'I a N This is tho same good wearing. Specially cu &MJPJSHOR, 2 AS Gd. Strapped^ Riding 1 rouser as formerly. post free. GET BOOTS AND TROUSERS TOGETHER SOLLEY'S, The Specialists, LONGREACH

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

P. A. McLEAN, Proprietor. Ladles! DO YOU KNOW MISS RIGBY, representing La Mode, Rockhampton is opening up a choice selection of Feminine Apparel in the SHIRE HALL next TUESDAY April 11th- Costumes, Blouses, Lin gerie, Dainty Millinery, Hosiery, &s. Also Children's apparel Call and select something nice for Easter. REMEMBER! FOR ONE WEEK ONLY from next Tuesday. Inspection invited. This Beautiful Sports Goat for 63s EXCEPTIONAL VALUE ISNT IT! THERE IS 5VO NEE1) FOB FUR ITHER COMMENT EXCEPT TO SAY OBDEB TO-DAY. We have only a Limited Quantity. Our "Western Champion" readers have not bad a bargain like this for many a day To describe the SportB Coats—Very Pretty Silk Knitted Sports Coat, made with Sailor Collar, nicely1 embossed Jn Oriental colors; built at waist, embossed in front, two pockets, neatly embossed and smart cuffs. In colors Grey, Saxe, V. Rose and Putty- Please make a sec ond ehoice< ; j USUAL SELLING PRICE - £5 58. Special for Western Champion, 63s. OVE...

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

OSft IHP4--THE MYSTERYCAR v ncierful sprian ia^. L t possible up-keep, Economical in petrol, oil, v;-r; it, artd tyres -pleadid steering'. Holds the road as well or better than a Ir ci»r. G od its sand, iuu3, a* d on the hills Built to suit our western conditions A N D "THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED. Yea cannot believ what the car is lift until you ride in it. WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL P '.RTS STC3KED. We give service •COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOR EVERYBODVS INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORK8. , LONGRE AQH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING NOTES We will appreciate contributions of sport items for this column. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

SPORTING t notes rr.Vrrii We will appreciate contributions ol sport items for this column. New South Wales will be invaded within the next few weeks by a lar^e toutobe^' of Ne% Zealan^ yearlings. A draft of 30 from the Okawa, Jlaxmere and Waikajiac studs were to be shipped to Sydney on March 31st "by the Ulimaroa; and as Mr. W. G Stead is disposing of all his racing stock, he has decided to seud his yearlings to Sydney, and they were expected to leave the' Dominion on April 1st. Gloaming was expected to meet tlie double Derby winner Winning Hit in the North Island Challenge Stakes over turlongs, last Thursday week. Bach horse bos Incurred a Ulb. penalty; Gloaming will carry 10-1 and Winning Hit 9-6. (A yearling full-brother to Thesplin, the crack Neg Zealander, by Absurd —Leta, was sold recently at Wang aaul; for 1600 guineas. It is under stood he was purchased on ac count of the Victorjpn sportsman, Mr. I L.< K- .8. MacMnnon.. 1 In certain Quarters in Sydney there is Bom...

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

Ill Not. Wky Not! ABE YOU A REGULAR READER OF Ullk ^hampiott, (20 pages folio, with cover) BARCALDINE, Q.C.R. Are You Keeping Abreast of the TimesP ''The Western Champion," the Cuntral.West's weekly paperi will keep you Informed of the world's happenings. It gives you ALL the news while It Is new! The cable services published regularly iu " The Western Champion" put yon in touch with all the important happenings. Tie pastoral and livestock reports. keep yon in touch with the local markets. Special Rockhampton telegram service. No matter what the " Man of Affairs" wants to know, he fiifds intelligent information in " The Western Champion." f And Local and District news; all these thiuga so vitally important tj ull are fonnd in tbu column a o! the " Champion." The " Champion" is an unexcelled and iuflaou tiai advertising medium. EVERY SATURDAY 6 A.M. Yonr Newsagent can supply you, or obtain direct from tfae Office, Box 37, Ash-street, Barcaldlne. Sipport Tour Local and District Paper....

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Latest from Rockhampton. By Telegram. By Telegram. Rockh&mpton. Thursday. ! Mr. W. J. P. HarriB, who recently disposed of his business to Mr. A. C Byerley, was accorded a farewell by the staff, and regret was expresead at bis retirement. Mr. HarriB Buit ably replied. Opportunity was taken to welcome Mr. Byerley ft 10 was an olfl friend with many, he b^ng- mar ager some years ago. It is under stood the employees Intend present ing Mr. Harris with an illuminated address prior to his departure. In the Police Court to-day Charles . Wallace pleaded guilty to stealing a' . saddle belonging to Alfre^ Schmoe kal. and a «,ulky cushion, the pro perty of Elizabeth Harmsworth. The horse and Milky was standing nedr the Picture show and defendant re moved the articles on January 10th last, pivlne: them to another person, from whom they were only recently rPcov°red. On each count he was fitiprt £2 o» 14 davs. Unemployed from many centres has been drifting to Roekhampton since the commencem...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE [?] CHAMPION Vita siae Ilteris mors est. [?]LOINE, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1922. Cotton Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

VUa gae Uteris mere est J#22. Cotton Growing. Last year Queensland produced nearly 1,000,00.0 lbs. of iaw cotton, und thai bad a market value of nearly £22,000 Daring the yean of the Anierictn Civil War the cotton industry thrived mightily in oar Ipswiilh districts, but the moment hostilities oetiHed, ami (lie local JboDUB was withdrawn Queens land cotton slumped beyond recovery. The experts now employed by the Australian Cotton Growing Associa tion have been most energetic,.daring «be previous year and the present one, in investigating the Queensland areas editable for the oaltivation o^oottou, and also in studying the cottou qaoe (ion from every angle of Australian interest.' They report the Gap el la district, in the vicinity of the Emerald-Blair Atbol/railway area, to be eminently suited for ootton cultiva tion, where it haB been demonstrated that' go'ttob can be sucqessfn Ity grown at atfery smalj initial cost. He Cap* ella areas offer what are regarded as ideal conditions |or ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HERBERT'S CREEK TRAGEDY. BROTHER'S ACCOUNT OF THE HAPPENING. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

HERBERT'S CREEK TRAGEDY BROTHER'S ACCOUNT OF THE HAPPENING. By Telegram. Rockhampton, Friday Full details regarding the tragic .happening at Herbert's Creek last Saturday, -when Ethel Catherine Kelly, 29 years, anfl Vincent. Everard Kelly, 27 years, loBt their lives, are contained in a report sent by Con stable Rue, of Marlborough, to In spector Qulnn, and covering a state ment by Francis Edward Kelly. It appears' the two deceased, with Mfflnifred Ann ..Kelly, 19 year8i and Mary Gertrude K^lly, 10 years', in tended going to Olenpiralrie. .-station from BankBla. Francis Kelly rode to the creek to see them across. - He says. '7 remaine^ on the Banksla side of the creek and' saw my sister Con stance Mary waiting to meet them on the Glenpralrle side. BefoVe my bro ther and sisters attempted to croRp w„ could Ree the tide coming In. but thought they could cross bofore II reached them. Whoo Partly over tlie tide caught them. Ethel's horsn 7>p came restless &n/f with the Hflp en...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATION STOCK &. COMMERCIAL CHAMPION OFFICE. Friday, April 7th [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Station Champion Office. Friday. April 7<h 'The official complete meteorological Information for Mjardh not being available until Saturday, April let, we, of course, could not publish our usual interesting review of the month until tblB week- After the bi storm of the afternoon of Feb. 28th (102 points) measured on lBt March at 0 a.m. the weather cooled a little, the highest reading being 89.1 degs on the 1st For the remainder of the week the glass kept at about 87degs. max., with a min. varying from E8.2degs. to 60degs. on Sunday, 6th. The average for the week was 87.3 degs-, and the min. 63.4degs. The win^ waB generally light from the S.B. The shower had little effect on the dry bulb, yhich showed a variation op to 12 degs. There was light cloud on the Friday. The max kept in the high 80's for the second week until near Its dose, when 93 degs. were reached, the prevailing winds being N.B. The dryness had Increased and the week was per fectly clear. The average max. for ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ROCKHAMPT0N CO-OPERATIVE PRESERVING MANUFACTURING AND TRADING CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

KOCKHAMPT0N CO-OPERATIYE PRESERVING iMAMJFACTCBXire ANT) TRADING CO. RockhamPton, Thursday,*6 p.nt The fleet general meeting of share holder8 of the Rockhampton Co operative preserving Manufacturing and Trading Co. was held thlB morn ing. The directors, in submitting th« half-yearly report, pointed out that moBt of the work so tar bad been off a preparatory nature an^ in discuss ing those lineg of; procedure most ' likely to lead to payable results. It was decided that the primary objfect ■was the establishment of a trait dis tributing agency. The directors cob-. sidered ft immaterial to growers whether bis fruit was sold to con sumer in a can or othfenritee. A building had been erecte^ ana opera tions commenced in February. Hie business transacted had cbme - up to the most, sanguine expectations. Plans for a jam-making plant were now under consideration. , Tn a discussion it \ was stated that there was a big outlet tor fruit out west. They were slmnly hogging for' fruit, and if 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

Yalumba Wines S. SMITH & SON, Yalumba Vineyards, South Australia. [Established 18-19 ] The most successful PRIZE WINNERS for HIGH GRADE PORT and SHERRIES Whenever exhibited. Melbourne Wine Show 1921 Adelaide Wine Show 1921 First for Bed Wiae, Fall Bodied Kirpt for Rod Wine. Sweet First for White Wine, Sweet First for Refl Wine, Port Type First for Red Wine, Sweet Ih til 5 Firsts, 3 Seconds, end 1 Third First for Fall Bodied Dry Wine First for Full Bodied Fraity (Port Type) First for Sherry • First for Port (Liprlit Colored) First for Port Type (Dark) la til &Firsis,7 Seconds, and 1 Third. W ALTER REXB & CO LTD, SOLE AGENTS, ROCKHAMPTON. (5s Try ub for Job Printing.

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

Country Party. Banco Electorate Plebiscite. NOMINATIONS are hereby invited for a candidate to contest the Barcoo seat at the next State election in the Country party interest- s 3«ch nominations must be duly signed by at least five financial members of the Barcoo District Branch ol the Coun try party, be'approved ol by Bis trlct Committee of that Branch, and bear the consent of the person nom inated, and be submitteg to a plebis I cite of the members. Nominations close with the undersigned on the ! 1st ^Tuly, 1922, on which date the I Branch Membership'Roll will atso close. Early application should be made for membership. Males if/ Femailes 1/- Per annum, to partici pate in the selection of a suitable Country Party Candidate. F. C. LODGE, Organising Secretary, BlacfcaM. Albilbah and Rnltiven Resumptions. ft fee ^allotted for at Isfafocfl, Srd Ay, IMS* * I LITHOGRAPH Plans and Applica tion Forms now available. Personal attention to application H- 3■ OTOJOTELL, Steele . Aftent, Barcal...

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

Some Shire Council Matters. —oOn— The Press Jb* supposed to be the mouthpiece of the 'people, and to the Press, too, the sensible people look for advice and guidance. The astute Pressman observes and notes «"»y things that perhaps do not come u& der ordinary- ken, and confessedly there may be many things that 4a not come under his*obs*'-*«atlon «n less his attention i6 'particularly directed to them. A gentleman who has great interests in the town men tioned to a "Champion" representa tive that he questioned whether one town Councillor bad visited the creek since he went and had a ,look at the flooj waters; he would go far ther and say he doubted If any -one Councillor in No. 1 Division had gone outside the main street, except oer Vps on a visit to the power howe. At last month's Council meeting a resolution - wag'1 carried to put the crossings in order, to, In fact, mak,® a good job of them, and the over seer. MV. Hjarry ■Williams, was In structed to carry the work out. The...

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

General ^gathefflhcj The South Brisbane Council is now happy, but how those who like to en Joy Sunday games, and see no harm in them, feel about it is another matter. At a meeting of the Execu tive Council the Governor (Sir Mat thew Nathan) approved of a by-law agreed to by the Council of the City of South Brisbane, which provides that no Person shall Sn any part of the city parks take part in any game of football, quoits, bowls, hockey, cricket, tennis, or any other feame on Sunday. There w% a fire on the premises of a Rockhampton business firm the other day, which led to a movement to secure' a better protection of the. city in the matter or stocking of benzine and other inflammable oils. The Fire Brigade experienced, great difficulty in extinguishing a blaze in unslaked lime, which became affected by > water from the 8treet, and as a consequence the Fire Brigade 'Board emphasised the necessity tor storage! of .lime tinder conditions wiiich, as | tor as . possible,, would minim...

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

Try'm for Job Printing. With CORD TYRES. LOCAL DEALERS; * jLongraach Motor Co. Ltd.' LONGREACH ———" ————^ Distributors for Queensland and N. Rloers of NS.W. Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd. 1IRISBANE ROCKHA.MPTON TOWN8VILLK LIBMORE

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!ff. fits 47. Phone 101, T. J. O'CONNELL, Successor to RIGBY tt COMPANY, Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesman BAROALDIN E. Motor Oar Available for Inspection. Purpose*. Prompt and Personal Attention to All KnquirleB. K&NB COURTS ATTENDED -Ofio*—Beech-Btreet, ttdjoiniug Hotel Shakeepears. H. MATTHEWS, Late ASHBU&N &00 Auctioneer, Stock, Station and Property Salesmen, ARAMAC. Phone 44 and 62 Prompt and Personal Attention to all inauirieb. Oar available for inspection purposes. Land Malteta a Speciality. Land Cnurio Attended. Application* Lodiied. Melhuish & Company, Auctioneers, Stock, Station and Forwarding Agents, JERICHO. Engineers and Contractors. Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, &c Onr Garage and Motor Accessory Department, being thoroughly nj-to 4oto, olienta ton rely on an Efficient and Expert Service' Telephone: Day, 12; Night, 21. Pa Box 12 The Rockhampton Boys' Grammar School (Founded 1879.) For over FORTY 7EABS has provided ...

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

lUonderJulNeuj Fashion CThings Fiimeu's «*ll fasliion lovers are inmteJI to inspect the Beautiful lien? Fashions direct from Finneu'si, Brisbane, on display at the J' masonic Hall, Barc&ldiue, April 7th to 12th. Come and oieu> what is right smart for dag or evening ©ear .—See the nero one-piece frocks and swagger XDoollg things —'the ne© hats, shoes and stockings'—dainty under* wear—and correct corse trq. cNote what Finney's offer in DressGoods, Silks and Household Drapery at new low price levels. C?Cew c&hin;£s for d^Ien Ihe cMen are included in the 'Display •—quality in oMercery, Halt, Travelling Rugs, etc., allied to low prices. Firmer Isles A Co. •C7ie cb''iyi .-s of Queensland ^*1 \ LONGREACH Shir* Hall, April lat to7di BARCALDINE M&sonic Hall, April 7th to 12th BLACKALL Tattersall's Hotel, April 12th to 18th EMERALD Scott's Hotdl, April 18th to 22nd CLERMONT Commercial Hotel. April 22nd to 26th SPRINGSURE Scott's Hotel, April 27th to 29th A complete ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The American Wool Tariff. Latest Proposals Extreme. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

The American Wool Tariff. I —ouo—« Latest Proposals Extreme. Mesars Winchcombe, Carson, & co» Ltd., Brisbane, report A cable manage states that the Finance Committee 0f the U.S.A. Senate ftw agreed to n cents, a lb. w<S 4 Clean BCOUred basis. To «"we accustomed to Parliamentary Procedure in Australia, it WOuid «te taW has vJSX taen aetUed suck is not the case *ul „ ere,y ft recommendation of the Committee mentioned. The rn^L^0",86 ha® F6t to its IjOBOsa! forward. Both Houses then meet tngethe,. and ma* gwe on a duty, and flnalIy Prerfdent must give his sanction by S 2# ?"'• We America^ 22L thflereforc- &«■ from settled Months and months will probabb •Japse before it Is finally fixed The proposed St omts duty is «?**ely likely to become law teTfL^nS"; T t0Z Protectlon " *«* doners may £2™* fuTenr ctrong Political mar Passess, no Go TOrament. wishing: to retain offlcQ olJSS? «° 6*®e88l»»,y over-burden *!SX?r 6«eflt 711086 »• authority must consider th« con «...

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

Try «• for J«h PrlMiin«» QUIBELL'S SHEEP DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND) Q P. QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DIP U I 80s. PER.CASE OF TEN PACKETS | § QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP B 9s. per gallon In S gallon drams. £T t mm h oohpjt, in., vnmm t S SOLBAaENT S S ±: THE ' NEW HOE A" Fencing Dropper SELF FASTENING HO TIBS OB CLIPS REQUIRED , 60 FEB GENT CHEAPER AND IK PER CENT BBTTEB THAN AST OTIDBB DROPPER OH THE MARKET. ALL HADE OF SPECIALLY IMPORTED SPBING STEEL DROPPER HUB. WHICH WE GUARANTOR AND 8TR0NQLT RBCOMMMNU. 8ix Gauge for Soeep and Division Fenoinfr. Gauge Length 8paoinK« Approximate Weight. 6 2 faet 5 6 6 8 60! 0 per ton 6 2 feet 6 6 6 612 600ft per ton Six Gaupe Wire in approximately 3/]6ia. in tnioknera Special heavy 4 gauge for Cuttle and Boundary Fences 4 2 feet 12 12 for Oat le 4000 per ton 4 * 2 fret 6.5 6 8 4000 par ton 4 2 feet 6.6 6.612 3000 per ton Four Gauge Wire ia approximately £ip. in thick IKTERMHDIATS UENOTHB INTERMEDIATE PRICES STATE SPACINGS AND GAUSE OF WIRE IN FEHC...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Wallaby Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 8 April 1922

Wallaby Football Club. nA/t « A meeting of the Wfellaby Football Club was held at Devery's Hotel last week. Mr.. J. J. Lynch occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were accepted as read. The correspondence included let ters from the various officials ac cepting their positions in the Club. All who bad donated to the Club's funds were to be thanked in a suit able manner. Messrs. J. Ruder, J. O'Connell, and J- McQuaid were appointed the Club's delegates to the League for the forthcoming season. It was decided that practice nights be Monday an^ Friday, at the baths if suitable. It was resolved to purchase a football from Mr. R. Park.—Mr. R. Gilmore said he would donate a foot I ball to the Club—His action was much appreciated by all Present. It wa8 decided to purchase a second set of jerse.vB for use by the Second Thirteen. The Secretary was authorised to open an account in the Q.N. Bank, an^ also to Purchase a rubber stamp. This was all the business and the J meeting...

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