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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

EASTERTIDE! Easter Greetings to All. WE invite »H oiimw to innpeot our EASTER WINDOW— Efrps for Ihe Children Bon-Bonn of All Description Cakes of High-olaee Quality Choice Frnits and numerous other Dainties. ' We now have the PURE FRUIT SUNDAE. F. A. McLEAN, THE CENTRAL CAFE, barcaldine. MONSTER SWIMMING CARNIVAL. (In bid of the Town Band) 8 p.m., SUNDAY NIGHT, 16th April, 1922. NUMEROUS EVENT8, inolndinp 100yds Central-West Championship Belay Raoes, Handicap and Oomio Events Swimmers from all towns competing. Town Band in Attendance. Nominations close 8 p.m. SATUBDAY. Admission—Adults 1», Ohildron 6d. W. LENNON, Hon. See,

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Comments, [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

General Comments, j >C. While dealing with (the sbeep and cattle markets, Sydney "Telegraph" says in regard to sheep, that owing to the dry spell Bheep were being sent to Homebush in large numbers. While the rain holds off many owners want to be on the Bate side, and are getting rid of their wethers so as to make as sure as possible that they will be able to carry their ewes and lambs. Store stock buyers who were particularly active for young sheep a few weeks ago are inclined temporarily to go alow. They, too, are beginning to get afraid of the seasonal outlook and are inclined to hold their hand until rain breaks t*e dry spell. For this reason ths num bers sent to Homebush a~-3 inc'cns tag, because sheep that would other wisehave beeji bought by the store -fltpck buyer]! -aire being sent in as a aafe cr se. Many of the sheep are on the plain side. The plain animals cannot be expected to sell as well In a. fat stock market as better-condi tioned sheep, and If the season would on...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LongreaCh Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

LongreaCh Items. ▲ meeting of the committee of the P. and A. Society was beld on Tues dtftr. Mr. T. F. .Barker presided and there was a good attendance. In regard to the excursion train applied tor to run from Barcaldine on the second day of the Show, it was re solved to communicate further with the Department on the matter, also to apply for the usual half-holidays on ■ both days of the Show. The secre tary had- endeavored to get in touch with Mr. D. B. O'Connor to send a show out here for the week, but no •result wag realised and the idea was abandoned- Resolved that the an* nnal meeting be held at the end of June,' and to have a smoke concert on- the secon^ night of the Show, at which the Judges could make any re marks they thought fit 'The Show ball ts to be hold on the first night «f the Show. Several side shows were allowed jpermission to be on the grounds, but gambling games will not be allowed. Mr. R. H. Edkins Is- to be asked to open the Show. It was stated that entries wer...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

OVHHJUIP 4-TflE MYSTERY CAR Wonderful springing. L v €<1 possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres. Splendid steering. Holds the road as well or better than a big car. Good ii» sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED, You cannot believe what the .car ?$ like until you ride in it. WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service •OMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UP FOB EVEtfYBODY8 INSPECTION NOW ON VIEW AT OUR WORKS. LONGREACH MOTOR CO., LTD., Agents for Central West Queensland.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

ty f> mw tt tp ft ff tr fr fr i> &RISBANZ Handy Saw Benches for Station Work Will cat all your firewood, do any sawing required from roughing to gauge sawing. WE r CAN SUBMIT QUOTATIONS FOR ANY MACHINE YOU HE QUIRE. FOR ANY CLASS OF WORK YOU CAN NAME, BLACK. • bMlTHS EQUIPMENT, WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY OF EVERY INSCRIPTION. PLUMBING ANI TIN8MITHINQ MACHINE*. MOTOR OARAGE EQUIPMENT, MALL STATION RKFRIGERA1 > •-* OUTFITS. MOTOR ACCESSvRIES, Ao. tit Shall be Pleased to Hear Fron Ton. Drop a line to 120-130 Edward-St., 3rlsbane. •

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

THE CAUSE OF CONSTIPATION. The most common cause at constipation is a > lack of exercise necessary to trrop tbe muscles of tbe bowels active. Ttiat is why constipation* is often brought on fcy too frequent purgatives. They act violently, performing the work of tbe bowels for them, and so weaken them (bat thoy will not act without assistance. Cham berlain's Tablets will relieve constipation be cause instead of doing the work of the bowels they gently stimulate thorn to voluntary action. Their frequent use will not injure tbe most delicate person. Sold by Dugb Savage and A. Parnell k Sons. Our Jobbing Department la ngOat* In every detail, and la under Uie parr aooal supervision of one or the prtetsn. "Champion" Oflloe.;

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Church of England Balls. Easter Monday and Tuesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

The Church of £f^t|nd Bulls.:. Elite Monday and luesdiy EvboagKry - Ooosiderable interest is being manifested . in the two Church of ISpgland Bal\» on . Easter Monday and Tuesday evenings, and no doubt the attendances, and brilliance will equal, if not exceed, previous, years! - functions On Monday night the Pin? Ponit Ball should be a ecene bt gaiety, and we bear of no end of fauey costumes being is preparation, many being hired from the.. south. The Acacia Jazz Orchestra wili wholly supply tbe music, so that Terpti choreans an, being well provided lor is tbe way of musiS. We need not comment on,, tbe excellence of th» music rendered by ._ the orchestra; it is already wejl.known. . ' On Tuesday evening—the Coon <Ca^.. Cinderella—the children will bare a night t out, and a good time ie in store for them. The attendances at the rehegjpals for the Grand March have been very large, and ifcis , anticipated the number of fancy costume? to be worn—some of them very beautiful— w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australan Meat for British Army and Navy. —[?]—Mr. Jowett's Representations. From "The Argus," April [?]. 1922. London, March 31st. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

lufitralan Meat for British Army and Navy. —vw— Mr. Jowett's Representations. From " The Argus," April T. 1922. London, March 31st. Interviewed by the Australian Press Association, Mr. Jowett, M.H.R. "Who is at present in England, ex pressed surprise that Imperial Go vernment contracts lor the supply of die army and navy with Argentine frozen beef were still in existence, tee well aB an arrangement by the Board of Trade that certain Argentine jneatworks should be run on the Board's account, thus shutting out Australian beef from army an^ navy {contracts. Mr. Jowett said that he had impressed upon the authorities this injustice to the Australian tanner, and had received a reply that the British army contracts would cease in June 30th, after which the army would be prepared to take Australian meat.- The Board ot Trade's arrangemqpt for the supply W- meat to the navy would expire on December 31st, but Mr. Jowett says that something must he done to secure earlier cancellation. Mr. Jowet...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Labor and Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

i Labor and Revolution. The constitution and rules adopted by the One Big Union conference in Sydney in February are .illuminat ing as showing the revolutionary trend of Labor—or, to be more cor rect, of the extremists who have captured the Labor Movement 'and are permitted unchecked: to speak for it. Portion of the preamble reads "... The struggle must continue until capitalism is abol ished- Capitalism can only be abolished by the workers uniting in one class-conscious economic or ganisation to take antf hold the meanB of production, distribution, and Exchange by revolutionary, in dustrial and Political, action." There v?e have the objective in all its naked ugliness. "To take and hold" by revolutionary action! There can be no misunderstanding about J±at; even if there was it would be set at rest by the next paragraph—•* Re volutionary action" meanB action to secure a complete change, namely the abolition of capitalistic owner ship of the means of production— whether privately or ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Our uP-to-dato jobbing Plant is at Jroor disposal. Proofs of Jobs eab COltted If deBlred—"Champion" Office iW« do not do cheap and nasty work—we have a reputation to main lain. "Champion" Office

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?] WESTERN CHAMPION Vita sine [?]tteris mors est. BARGALOIHE, SATURDAY, APRIL. 15, 1922. From Bad To Worse. —oQo— [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

ipkipk (esiernChampioh Vita sine Uteris mors est. UAHGALOIHE, SATURDAY, APRIL. 15, 1922. From Bad To Worse. ■ '' oQo— "They change the skies above them, but not (he hearts that roain." klp ples Kipling. So, in like fashion, Queensland can change its Labor Treasurers, but they cannot alter Labor methods of finance. Fihelly has left the Treasury, Theodore has come back to it, but the 'financial situation still wears a worried look, and tile corners round the mouth of the latest financial report are droop ing. From month- to 'month, from year to year, ever since the miscalled Labor Government got into office, the expenditure has been far ahead ot revenue. At length we have passed the incidence ot taxation, our re venue is falling rapidly, but we have still our ol^ familiar increasing and. increased expenditure. For the first nine monthB of the year 1920*21, we had a revenue of £8,188.000; in the first three-quarters of the present year our revenue reaches only £8,071, 600, a shortage o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A.W.U. Secretary Assaulted. A Longreach Incident. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

A.W.U. Secretary Assaulted. A Longreach Incident. At the Police Court oa Tut.day, before Mr. R, Curtis, - P.M., Bruce Crane and Claude Crane, on remand, were charged with assaulting John. Michael Durkin. Sergeant Hansen piosecuted and asked that the charge be reduced to one of common assault. This was allowed- De fendants pleaded not guilty. They were undefended. Evidence was given by complainant, who said the defendants and three men came to the office and demanded a time sheet. Durkin replied that the mat ter was being attended to, and add ed that these things could not be done in a day. Bruce . Crane said "Just what 1 told you- These b mongrel8 will not do anything for you." Durkin called defendant a liar, and then the fight commenced. It was a matter, however, of two to one, and Durkin had a bad time. They fought all round the office, and Durkin called the other men who were watching the proceedings to get the Cranes outside and let him have a fair go. They took no notice whatev...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

THE WESTERN CHAMPM, BARCALDINE Phone 18. Estab. 1870 ' P.O. Box 37 The Bepresentatlve Journal for Central Western Queensland. Wholly Produced and Published in Barcal dine every Saturday morning at 6 a m, SUBSCRIPTION Per Annum.in Advance (posted) % £1 5 0 Per Annam in Advance (local deliv.) 12 6 Quarterly (posted) ... ... 6 6 Quarterly (local) ... ... 6 0 ADVERTISING CHARGES Firfll Inch ... ... ... 5 6 Every Succeeding Inch... ... 4 0 Birth and Death Notioes 3«. 6d.; Marriage Notices 5s 6d (must be authenticated); Thanks Notice* (not exceeding eirht lines) St 6d: In ICemoriam Notices 3e Gd (VortcR Od. per line extra). onti act Advertising at Special Scale Rales. Advertisement* competently taken by phone. Ail ndvts. are jadioionsly displayed and placed as near reading matter aa possible. Campbell. James & James, Prop-Mars, Yalumba S. SMITH & SON, Yalumba Vineyards, South Australia. [Establisb/:i> 1819.] The most-successful PRIZE WINNERSvfoi-HIGH.6JRADE: PORT and SH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Isisford District Hospital. RENDERS are invited for the re pairing and painting of the above institution and doctor's residence. Details and specifications can be seen at the office of the Secretary The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Tenders close on the 30th April. JAS. HOOPER, 6-8 Secretary. Try us for Job Printing. IC Dqdg&Brothers MOTDirCAft £465 With CORD TYRES. LOCAL DIALERS: {Longreach Motor Go. Ltd.1 LONGREACH a Distributors for Queensland and N. Rlosrs of N&. W. Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd. BRISBANE ROCKBAMPTON TOWNSVILLE LI8M0RE B 0 IUaX!ULiL» li TfTDgQ THE WORLD'S STANDARD ECONOMY CAR. rUKVTMVMET Mw Cm f feulK to fllve every day aarvlca at low aMpwiM. Mora than 800,000 CHEV ROLET twnin In all parte «r tha world testify that tfila Mr BM«ta Km jii—i for taw-prleatf, dependable d and Mw cHramir m mem*** BOWABD MOTOR CO.. UmltaA, Toowoomba, Brisbane, IBwMiiiihWl JL . JlAl District Agent. F. B. HAXJ» BaroalOtae.

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STOCK STATION CHAMPION OFFICR. Friday, April 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Obahfiok Officb. Friday, April 14th. Everyone is wishing tor a drop of rain to ! freshen op the earth We have now had j «ix weeks without rain, a most unusual | thing a* oompared with past few years. At time o! writing (noon Thursday) the ■ky to cloudless, and with a lengthening I ■pan between wet and dry bnlb (14 dege.) j there is very little sign ot tain. It turned quite oold on Wednesday night, which is a I ot dryness. On Saturday there was considerable cloud (point 4), and there was only eight degree* ot dryness gauged, but it fintd up again, with only two points of .aloud, ana it has been fine and quite hot in the daytime since. The highest reading ni 94.8 degs. on Wednesday, the max. average for Che week being 90.2 dege. The average min. was 69.71 dege. The prevail ing wind was light N.E. The Shire Clerk reports the following ■took crossing the reserve .-—5000 ewes, Sal- j tern Siding to McLaughlins, Keogh & Bowe owners, A. Beau in charge j 12.000 wethers, Boma to Kynu...

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Men Who Desert their Wives and Families. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Men Who Desert their Wives and Families. From time to time well-meant schemes are rounded (says the Melbourne "Age") 'with a view of securing uni form international law in respect of the treatment of men who desert their wives and families. Many na tlons and StateB, to whom deserting husbands atig fathers have left gene rous quests in the form of large fami lies unprovided for, would like to have the power of stretching the long arm of the law from the North to the South Poles if necessary, and of bringing the contemptuous de serter of parental responsibilities' back to the bosom of his family home for Punishment and retribution. Lawyers believe that such an inter national law will come in time. Mean ■time there would appear to be room for a little effort along the lines of uniform divorce laws,-since competent authorities agree that it is Possible for a man or a woman to go to the Unites States of America and divorce his wife or her husband living in Australlia without the respondi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Metropolitan Notes [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

*X>OOOQOCPOO<j Metropolitan Notts3 x m 5O09* moil i)loe aoTjmn aullbr wwvvwvirvv% ThffJfeicffl^'has'teen re-arraa* ed, and the outstanding feature is that none of the judges were sworn in in the Full Court. The Full Court, where' all tjfe judges are present in a preliminary social function, is at tended by all the barristers and soli citors, aim had the swearing-in cere mony been reserved for the Full Court, the new Chief Justice would have face£ an array of empty seats at the bar table and a beggarly array of solicitors, conspicuous by their ab sence. However, there will not be a revolution, and it will be as well to see how the new Chief pets on before making an outcry. Many people are so pleased to see a radical chang > on the Bench, that they are not ready to cavil at the new-comers. Judge Beal will take up practice at the bar again- fee-Chief Justice Cooper and Mr. Justice Chubb are rapidly fail ing In health. Judge Jamieson has only another year to go before h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

p If A POPULAR INSTITUTION! G=S» THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Qyeeniland i» now located in New State Insurance Premises, Comer o( George, and Elizabeth. Street^ Brubane. Thi» office exiiti (or the people ol Qyeeniland, and the Public Cantor will act at— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE UNDER wills» TRUSTEE under Marriase Settlements and other Trusts i ADMINISTRATOR OP, ESTATES OP persons DYING INTESTATE I ATTORNEY OR AGENT IN THE manasement OP PROPERTY POR ABSENTEES| AKjfc WILL 1. make wills PREE | S. lend MONEY ON FIRST MORTOAOB | S. OIVE leoal ADVICE I «. ATTEND TO ALL real property transfers. Branch Office* at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTON: and Agenf at p. mvmry CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in thm Statc. TLTG Sneep, Cattle, Horse and Property salesmen & CO. ^Head Office: TOOWOOMBA. Branches at: Dalby, Pitts worth, Oakey and CharleviUe Two Sheep don't make a Flock Nor two record prices s wool oils. Numbers telL It Is sonslstsnt . Ml nlOM tar all nleeeie of wool which give but* n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Barcaldine. ^Proprietor. " 'nyiSMbouollJie «etr o^n-M?E mid ewprmc ' Hi^semijuid. Starr Ctonveniende ' eonSnctWto Ease anaOmtirft,,,, (Jpder Complete New Management. . tlaST-OLA^S ATTENTION. .0Mt "Brands of SHrinuB and Spirits retailed ■ fk^a» have their Car* Ohmgad and BooWrtablsaorgefct tofiret-olaospaddookg.' ■,• Q.C.T. Ann, House. k 'H«p Away From Hum ■ ____ Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. & «k HATES, Proprietor ! »lr*t-OUBfl Accommodation. Flnt-ClB88 Colslne, and up-to date attention. Buggy meets all trains. ' Thone 89 VV.D.COLMAN ■ OtiMt, BARCALDINE. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER. >AKLI the Primest of Beet and Mntton ' vr ; sold, at prioea to suit everybody. Having installed an Up-to-date Refrigerat lag Plant and Gold Storage Booms, oan awore satisfaction. - Consumers waited oe daily. Prompt attention to dope try Orders. OOfiNED BEEF a Sjwoiaiity. Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE NTCHERY&ICE WORKS Corner of Willow and Ash-street David Stlbfeardi ' pfeOPBIETOB (Central Q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

\A\ \ i.i i i, h £irtr \ START RIGHT! When you have made up your mind to purchase a certain, make of car there still remains the important question—What tyres shall 1 use? It is a recog nised fact that the best of cars are only as good as their tyres. Therefore a deal depends on a wise selection. Judging by the popularity of "Railroad" DUNLOP TYRES with tens of thousands of Australasian Motorists—these tyres ore foremost for value and service. These motorists are influenced solely ,by road results— mileage—absence of trouble—dependability. Now the fact that fully half the motoristsin this country use "Dunlops" is the best evidence of Value rendered, and that's what yoivwant. Many thousands of miles of hard driving are built into every "Railroad" cover. Their price is less than imported tyres, yet they ensure results that will render your motoring profitable and pleasureaMe. Therefore have mo .doubts-use "Dunlops"—it pays!' AD garages can supply. DUNLOP RUBBER CO. •' All Stotw And NJ...

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