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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

tAe Quality _ .... /btakcfi Jot (utility tvxrm&n ir^A).ZtiZt. c4(r€mufadjuA0lA "that's the Overture to "Mignon"; oat of"Casst\^oisetle"; Dtaljjlf ^Hungarian Dance"; arid thr$ cr for in tighter von for the youngsters." The charmof individualinterprct^tion is ariemphaazed chatacterjstic of the jVe«> Bale. Jth& all the usual expression de vices—plus several others never before' in Otparated into'a! single instrument; the octtniuarihg bellows, transposing cracker bar demountable valve—to mention tbtee. In the widest thoice of selections the Jfew tBeale carries one into *a realm of truly artistic playing incomparably superior to the dbiluyofmany technically proficient musicians.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Famine in Europe. An Appalling Disaster. The State Governor's Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Famine in Europe. An Appalling Disaster. The State Governor's Appeal. Advices which are now being receiv ed every mail from Europe are un happily confirming in, details the ' dreadful accounts contained in brief In recent cables concerning the famine In Russia and Central Europe. With the letters and newspapers, photos, are also coming to hand de picting gruesome scenes of the appal ling devastation which has swept over these peoples- The leaders of the Allied Nations, including Mr- Lloyd George, the Prime Minister of Great Britain, are unanimous reeardlng the desperate need for relief, and the aonference of Allied Nations at Gene va recently appointed /Dr. Nansen, the famous explorer, to the post of High Commissioner for Relief. The cause of Australia has been taken up by Lady PVjrster, wife of the Go vernor-General. who has inaugurat ed an Australian Relief Fund. A committee has been formed in each State, and in each instance the State Governor is the President, also the manag...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

J)v Fkbelanou. J do not know whether the follow ing hts anything to do with prohibi tion. tout as it comes from Ameri ica, very likely it has. It was thanksgiving time, and among the presents received by a clergyman in one_ town was a supply of brandied peaches from a local grocer. (While announcing his i thanks from the pulpit the clergy man said.:—" I 'wish publicly at this time to thank Brother Smith ers for his generous present of fcrandjied peaches. I appreciate the peaches, and thank him for these,' but. I more particularly ap preciate the spirit in which they were sent." CriQketers who saw them will have been interested in the reports of two matches played in the "War ren (N.SW) district recently, be cause in each both sides made the same scores- In one match each team scored 134 in the first innings »-4ime would not permit of a second tnningg being- played. In the other match (two entirely different teams) both innings were played, so the total coming on* the result all the ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Men! These Hosiery Values Will , Appeal To You. We would like you to get .familiar with the Values we are in a position to offer. • Fortunately, we are able to offer Values that more thai\ bold their own. Good stocks—goods of quality—well bought, stand at the back of us. It is to your advantage to know this. In HOSIERY particularly we have excellent Stocks. A complete range of sizes and in various qualities, we can show you. Call in at your convenience and inspect these goods; in the mean time the following lines will interest you:— 1- MORLETTS ENGLISH MADE GENT'S COTTON HAJjF-HOSE, ' Black or Tan. Sizes, 9S to lljn._ Special Offer ••• Is lid pair 2- GENT'S FANCY STRIPED COTTON HALF-HOSE, Black, Grey and Blue Ground with Fancy Stripe. % Special Offer ... Is lid pair 3. GENT'S BLACK COTTON HALF-HOSE, with Assorted! Colored Clo*. Special Offer 2s lid pair 4. GENT'S RIBBED COTTON HOSE, Black only. Heavyweight. Special Offer 2s lid pair 6. GENT'S BLACK COTTON an£ WOOL HALF-HOSE, make- F...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Catholic Tennis Club. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

Barcaldine Gatholic Tennis Club. Annual Meeting^ The postponed annual meeting of members of the Barcaldine Catholic Tenuis club was held at the Convent BChool-room on Tuesday evening last, 7tli February. A fair number Of members were present. Mr. J. Lenuon occupied the chair The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. The balance sheet and auditor's Report were received- The balance sheet showed a credit balance of £2 J.4/4, which, was considered satis factory considering the heavy ex pense incurred during the past year. The principal expenses were—H. fSymonds, tennis balls, tnd prizes, £17/4/6; R. Park, tennis balls and stationery, £8/11/-; repairs to court, £21/10/-; H. Savage, £7/4/6; car hire, £5; dance expenses, £4/13/5; .tournament prizes, £4/13/5; W. JMunro & Co, tennis net, £3/4/6; "Champion" office, £1/19/9; 0. Devery, board and lodging; for a visiting team, £1/S/-. The principal monies received were <— Membership fees (gents.) £18...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

for some months it's surprising how you forget all about tyre troubles. The immunity of "Railroads ' from cuts and bursts is as noticeable as their remarkable appearance, even after many thousands of miles of driving. These popular Australian made have won tens of thousands of permanent users owing to their wonderful freedom from trouble—long milfeage—and low running cost. Once you fit "Railroads" you will always use them—for their quality, value, and service will be quickly appreciated. All Garages can supply. iin&bine H,'wse : 268-74 Adelaide St reet. Roberts9 REFRESHMENT ROOM8. ABAMAC. CHOICE CONFECTIONERY.. Fngliah, French and Colonial Sveata always arriving. Fresh Fruits in Season arriving every Thursday and Saturday. Private room (or ladies. Afternoon toe parties catered for, Light refreshments at all hours. Country Orders for fruit. &c„ will receive our personal attention at all times. A Trial Order Solicited. King 'Phone 59. Estimates given for all claawa of ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HAVE YOU A WEAK STOMACH? [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

HAVE YOU A WEAK STOMACH P If *o, it ia UBel?Bs to trifle with the symp toms; yon mast deal with the cause. Artificial digeatantB usually lecsen the pain by lessening the sensitiveness of the stom ach, bat they don't cure your indigestion. Tour need is Bisurated Magnesia, foften called ' Biamap') which instantly neutral ises the baraiful acid which causes the trouble; slops the fermentation and dis pels the distending gas. It removes the handicap under which the stomach labours and helps it so thut it can do its woik un aided. Doctors and hospitals preeoribe Bisurated Magnesia for they know it is effective. It is inexpensive too, and it is obtainable in either powderjor tnblet form at any ohemiet'a. When purchasing, it is vise to see the name' Bistnag' on the wrap per as this ensures your getting a remedy that will do you good.—Advt. "

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Positive Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

A Positive Policy. Mr. J. A. J. Uuetor, M.H.B , writes to the " Queensland Grazior and Farmer" :— From time to time there are references made to anti-Labor (party) parties. I would' litre to point ont to those interested that it is high time that such a negative position was rep'aced by one positive, The old Liberal party was strangled' by the . peopli) with n, "recklaee of negatives," for no ui*n or party can over get anywhere permanently by simply being "against" something, no matter how bad that some thing may be. It ij only the man standing up boldly for something positive who can hope for lasting success. The Country Party bo far hns mot with sacoesa on ac ■ count uf its positive programme. I believe any party can beat the present mis-o&lled •.Labor" Party, but 'the people at heart are really more anxious to bear what it is pro posed to give in plaoe of the present mis government, than they fere to hear that somebody is simply " against" something

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Soathport Schcoi 80UTHP0H1 QUBKNSLAND Church of EngUcd Ortmmrr School for Boy« Hiti Hutfi Cum Btraci B.Diatn Mlltp *■<! Onnii M iHmM « ttMbftnlu of tk< hcMtifal XMMOfWk. Tk* tokMl ha* l »U»M Th» imlMiac *• ———ft m Um • b«qh BratMu" - CnirermltT, CetmoereW. Otnta Ml MfMilor Fans*. Special Form (op bw |ila| "■ lb* lud." , A tqmt* Jnlt> Boom |m Mmjw Mmw Iki hm at ■ iH U. f QlatnM fmiiii<ii m QUIBEIL'S SHEEP DIPS. Q (MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND ) Q P QUIBELL'S IMPROVED POWDER DSP U | 80s. PER CASE OF TEN PACKETS | B QUIBELL'S LIQUID DIP B ^ 9s. per gallon Id 5 gallon drams. I t UUR & OOIHIY, LTD., mrait 5 SOLE AGENTS $ I G I A POPULAR INSTITUTION 8 ^ HE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of QieauUnd it now located in New Sute kworaoce fYeawet, Center of Geofge aod Flkahath Sinek, Brisbane. -Ai* sffioe oiti Cor iba people of Qa Boatload, rod the Mlk Cmht will acta*— EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE BNDMt WNJUBl TRUSTEE UNOBR Muiiun SmUMIHIB MW OTHEK TRUSTS I ADM...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

ELAHAM'S SARSAPA31LLA nnd VT POTASS ib a great. Blood Mrdi oine. It Prevents and Cures BH'h, Blotches, Ac, A fow doses »vill niRke oa feel like a new boinw and tlivn on a dear complexion. Pvi«o. 3/0

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Coogee Tragedy. Honoring the Rescuers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

The Coogee Tragedy. Honoring the Rescuers. A telegram from Sydney last Mon day stated that a public meeting had been held in the Town Hall lor the purpose of taking steps to recognise the bravery of. Jack Chalmers and ottfers who recently went to the re scue of the young man, Milton Cogh lan> while he was being attacked by a shark at Coogee. .Fears have been expressed that while Chalmers' action is being amply recognised, the part played by Frank Beaurepatre, H. Fletcher, and C. Green, all of whom entered the water at a great risk, might be forgotten. It was authoritatively stated, however, that this was not going to happen, and that (when matters ape settled all three will be fully rewarded, and a fund to recognise the conduct oii Beaurepaife, Fletches, and Green will be established- A reliable eye witness states that Beaurepaire's ef fort was no less to be discounted, because he did not happen to be thei first to reach Coghlan. At time ofj the first cry of "Shark." Beaurepaire ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

THANKS Mr. and Mrs. M. Donaldson and family wish to thank Mr. and Mrs . Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Fuery, Messrs. H. Jamieson, and J. Dennon and all other kind friends Who sent floral tributes and expres- sions of sympathy in their recent bereavement by the death ot their son and brother Harry. They also wish to thank Dr. J. Cook, matron and nurses of Victoria Hospital for their attention to their son while he was in the hospital.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Stockwhip Artist. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 18 February 1922

A Stockwhip Artist. On a recent Saturday afternoon we were walking through Soho when, at a street   corner, we came upon a man in American cowboy dress doing marvellous things with a lassoo (says a writer in the "British Australian"). We joined the crowd around him, and presently he took up a stockwhip. We were puzzled whether to admire most the extraordinary skill of the artist or the wonderful nerve of a small boy who volun teered to let that skill be exhibited on him. And something else which we felt was a twinge of jealousy that an American should beat anything that we had ever seen an Australian do with our own national implement—the stockwhip. Then it casually came out that this man was an Australian. To recount all his feats would be tedious, but, without disrespect to Fred Lindsay and Saltbush Bill, two of the great est whip men I have ever seen, I would ask if either of them can do this—submit to efficient blindfolding, and take a lighted cigarette in the left ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cycle and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Cycle and Motor Notes. !& great deal was said at the end ot '|be war concerning the influence that all the experience gained in aeroplane fengine design wjould ' hav« upon automobile construction, but it must be said that at the present time this Influence is not very strongly mark ed The system ot taxing adopted in Europe lea'ds to the development of (powerful engines o£ small bores, and ;with the exception, perhaps of . over head valve gear, the aero engine de sign is not strongly stamped on modern car engines. Durability was not a matter of great importauco in military aero engines, but th* motor ist must have durability coupled with efficiency. Again, the need for light ness was responsible for the intro duction of steel alloys, irhich had to "be treated by expensive heat process es, the slightest mistake in which meant that an elaborate forging might be scrapped only when a de fect was revealed after the machin ing process was nearly completed. I* this case it will be o...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Try aa for Job Prtatlnr The AUSTRALIAN ESTATES mm Wool Brokers Stock & Station Agents Produce Salesmen PROMPT & EXPERT ATTENTION The Arrival of New Stocks of Sdob&Buqthers MOTOR CAR CORD TYRES are now Standard Equipment which alone adds considerably to the Car's Value. long Rear Springs are fitted, making the Car wonder fully comfortable. A much wider and more roomy body has been fitted.' The same perfect powerful and.reliable engine is used that has placed Dodge JSros. Car so much in demand. We have pleasure in announcing that all these improve* ments are fitted at no extra charge to the purchaser. LOCAL DEALERS: Longreach Motor Go. Ltd. LONGREACH £ ^ Distributors for Queensland and N. Rivers ofNJS. W. Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd. BRISBANE BOCKHAMPTON TOWNSVILLE LtSMOBB sir int ii ii ii ii \\ ii u"« h u ii n" 'ulidic: A Long Parcel for a Short Purse. /& 1A71% DA out to win with SPECIALS, usual w« WxmlvL/ in Quality and Big Inducement...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
At the Dressing Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

At the dressing Table. By Mimosa. How MJllcent Cheated Father Time* I hadn't seen Milicent for over three years, -when I called on her a few days ago. kitew she had taken up charitable work, \and from what I had heard of her from time to time, hard work, earlj^rising, and late to bed, I Quite expected to find her looking older, and very much the worse for her three years' work. But faf from looking jaded anil titad. I found her younger and fresher than when I .had last seen her. Her com plexion was smooth and clear, and her hair brighter, and more glossy than before, while the few wrinkles which I »remember had entirely disappeared. Hew She Preserved Her Complexion. After a little persuasion she told me the secret of how she had not only kept, but improved, her looks during the thrfee years in which we had not met, - in spite of her hard work and late hours. She told mo she owed the' fresh ness of her complexion »to the re* gular use of every night of +■ plain Mercolfsed Wax- This s...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

CHURCH OF ENGUND GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BRISBANE. Boys receive^ as boarders and day scholars from the «ge of seTen. The School has an Ideal sltnatloa Kith 80 acre* within 2 miles of tti dty; . excellent playing fields, swim mlnf, rowing and tennis const*. Class rooms on open air principle. i The School House Is o( brick; dor mitories unnsn&lly cool and atryt sleeplng-crat accommodation; »leo trlc light Installed; dairy herd of etgbt 0QW8. Apply tor prosPeefos to— If. P. F. MORRIS, M<A<, Headmaster FOR SALE. NEW Western Aurorall GRADES, snlt> ablg for making bore drains, levelling roads, , or making fire breaks. Further par* ticalarB apply this office. to R.H.OLARKET Town Caster, B^RO-A^LIDJIISnE Meets all' trains. Passengers' . Luggage a Speciality. Phone 68. ( rENDERS. TENDERS are invited at oar office on TUESDAY, "28th inst*, for the erec tion of two Charch of England Schools at Barcaldine. Plans and specification can be seen at the Vicar age, Baroaldine,...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alpha Notes. From Oar Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Alpha Notes. From Oar Own Correspondent. Mrs. Selina Clews passed away in tbe Alpha Hospital on Saturday, Feb. 18th. De ceased bad been ailing for some time. Tbe late MrB. Clewe was 76 years of age at time of her death. The body was taken to tbe cemetery on Sunday from the residence of Mr. B. Hntchins, a friend ot the Clows' family. Mr. H. Cornelius officiated at the graveside according to the rites of the Church of England. A large number ot friends assembled at tho graveside to pay their last sad respects to one who had been held in esteem by ail. A grown np famiN i of three sons and one daughter is left to mourn their loss. An afternoon tea had been arranged for Satardoy afternoon, 25th inst-, at the re sidence of Mrs. H. CorneliuB in honor of tbe visit of his Lordehip, Bishop Crick. All members aid adherents of the Church of England have been cordially invited to attend. A most enjoyable acd successful Hospital ball and Cinderella wis held in Alpha on the 16th and 17th inst. in ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine P. A. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

Barcaldine P. A. & H. Society. A meeting of the committee of the Barcaldine P.A. & H- Society was held in the supper-room of the Shire Hall on Thursday afternoon, Febru ary 16th. There were present:— Messrs. Thos- Hannay (Ichair), R. Park, F. S. Illing, !Wi. D. Golman; W. T. McKie, R. F. Lyons, W. James, R. J. McCullough, L. L. Pearson, T, J. O'Connell and 1C. Lloyd-Jones (Secretary). The minutes of previous meeting were re&d and confirmed. Permission was granted, subject to usual conditions, the H.A.C.B. Sooioty ,for nse of Show Grounds on 17th March. Upon the application of Messrs. O'Brien & Co-, contractors, a. pro gress payment of £400 on account of grandstand was passed. THE DEBENTURES— .With ' regard to the debenture issue the Secretary reported that a sum of £840 had been banked and a further £440 as promised wa3 etill to be collected.—It was an instruc tion to the Secretary' tc collect all outstanding promises. Messrs. James Hunter & C...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 25 February 1922

IJkUSTRALlAX MANTFACTtTBE f3E¥®ET COIL GUARANTEED Once strained always strnJned. Distributors in Queensland Antoscrew Dropper Fencing Co. L*d« Balaclava-street BRISBANE Write us we will vfire lowest possible prices. If you want a, Good Sulky, {Spring Oait, or Dra\ J. ALLIiri T 3ARCALD1KE, j General Blacksmith and j Wheelwrieht, ! WHERE GOOD wbRK IS DONE 'Phone 29 YOU CANNOT DO BETTER Whff' wiling fat and store stock than to * pot in tonoli w:ilt We lire inclose cnataut with nil Luaiketfl nod cftD dip pose of your fat stock to the liiglwt advantage. What about a trial consignment ? MOREHEADS IMITEL Stock Salesmen, BRISBANE J. EDGAR, s» ROCKHAMPTON. 'Other Lilies in Stock are all fcinds of Travelling Requisites, Bags and Suit Cases. BEPAias pegbsptly executed* WfENEKE, SCHNEIDER & CO., QUEENSLAND'S LEADING SADDLEBS, WISH to notify tbo public that they are now pre pared to supply all classes of Saddles and Harness fit reasonable prices. Bakers of the Famous Wieneke & Sc...

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