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

Jt is (food Jt is a sure and quick remedy for many things. SBowel disorders, Stomacd troubles, ailments of tf>e Scidneys and SBIadder Wolfe's Schnapps ft 6elps in eases of SUieumatifm. St dears t6e blood tSrougd t6e * JCidneys. Shn't accept arty substitute. 2/ou must get t$e genuine. A«Q00d Tor Woltttn «■ for - Mm Time's Mvney in it! * Golden Casket j ART UNIONS ■ —mm .m&vr wtrii-irile aappwt. ? Wkm mm rH Mv in tb» matter t I 100.000 .5^5? 100,000 a MM id. vatttit It you ■ u< wrtlliK tinet • Ml VjMZES MS FUZES J £5000 to £5 i IfluhlMt t* lift «M«m Tax.) ■ < IMOO Additional Frit* Money J AaOMf Mm Mm nnr fcelnc . AMribatod In ererr Art Union. ™ ydit Union Every Two Weekt / . S. JACKSON Agent B A 1 *i A I olNE. UCRIS IjUCAB, Vini|ir, ■ ■«* Qumo St, BiMbane. ■ LINOLEUMS are CHEAPER No need to waitanylonger These are the Lowest Prices for GOOD Linoleums that jwfllbe sedn.for along time to comer © A beautiful New Slock to select from —all Genuine British H...

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

—TH B— * later HiBBricorOie Private Hospital The Mansion : The Bange , ROOKEL MPTON • Uttnt-elMB nursing and accommodation. Any the loos! doctors attend, Tor pttrtionUrs Apply to Matron Bister in -charge. F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS. Stock, Station, Commission arc Forwarding Agents. Hone Sates a 8peolality. paddocks cIobb to town freo to*ny 4on08 sent for bona fide salo. longbbacii AjtenMifor • the Hew Zealand Fire and Marine-It «ur «Boe Oempany. ' C. Q. Fartoral Bmployew Awoeiatinr,. fee., sc., fcc. Medcrafs Ltd., MCKHtMPTON. Manufacturers of tbe Famous ROSE BRAND Biscuit** and Confectionery Central Queennlauders! Support Tour Own Industries. §awiT timber "VSUJpn -felloes. 8pokes, and Whealwri(tbt» Material kept in etook jjwgeBtooka BBST Maryborough Find and Harflwooa, Bit||i and droaooi, ol all descriptions. Ordert promptly udoMMj attended to WM. F. ABMSTKOi*G, Manager Bockhampton Bran oh Thos. Capstick, Land* Fruit, and General Commission Agent. jdenlson-street, Rockhampton...

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 GLIDEOGBAPH PICTURES. Special Cricket Aseoclatfon Benefit THURSDAY, IpBIL SOth, 1«2£ GOOD PB0GBAMME. Tickets (2/2) procurable all shops. LBS- BOWDEN, Secretary. TENPKBS. ^BNDERS are hereby called tor the purchase and removal of the cottage in Elm-Btreet adjoining St. Peter's Church of England at thel eastern end. The tenderer -will also be required to complete the jreinaln ing portion of the fence fronting Blm» street, such fence to be of the samg. description and quality as the exlBt» ing fence. The loweflt or any tender not nec essarily accepted. TenderR shonld be lodged in writ-1 Ing. with tTie OfuirchwardP"s, cf- St Peter's Trioo-p-e, not later *fcpn the 29th APH' ' «*♦ By Order ol the Warden*.

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

NESTLE'S MILK The WORLD'S COW Known everywhere, and that is just how The countries which use it appear on the arm. N39I rua i Autoscrew Droppors are made of 8tont mild teel two aud th'-ea-qxirtec hu ios wid doabled wien to a twin V Pi-* n.iij-il ly cbenduble^ and indestructible. Autoscrew Droppars have DO tips," clips, or wedges. No stook can shift them. Easily pat on ■by hand. - Autoscrew Droppers are so pplied to snit^any fence. Tell as the namber of wires, their guagee, j)ji|apacinga desired. We do the rest. Prices—The standard five wire dropper npnced 5,5,6,8 inches is 40s. a hundred. Other lengths at sproportionate prices irrespective of number of wires " there's economy is baying tin best." Steel Posts—Five feet long pointed to drive into the ground, bored or slotted to suit your fence eight pounds per 1U0. Enquiries Solicited. All Station Supply Houses -OR The Auto-Screw Dropper Fencing Co. Ltd., Patentees and Manufactures, Balaclava.Straet, BRISBANE. UNEXPRESSIVE DAIRYMEN CA...

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

A FAVOUR WMBDI HD1MMES. Its nleassnt fast* and prompt effect have made Chamberlain's Coneh E«m«Jy * favourite witb the mother# of small children. It quickly relieves their coueha and coldi.-aod prevents any danger of pneumonia** other serious con MqueDten. It not only relieves croup, but when given as soon as the oroucy cough ap pears will prevent the attack. Sold by Rugh Savage and A. Parnoli ft Sons. use FLUID ft POWDER. M kr irnan th*rtt«H tte.nwu. &9$ Vmrmim mn4 thwlr mgtm. fW W«W im m Smmmtifaf mnm mwiopiam now IK, MORT t C0.lTB,«*.iwr»A PHILPt CO. ITI. !«<»*» /£ H. BONKS, ^ aw* QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK LTD. Incorporated undor the Companies Aofc, 1863. Authorised Capital ... £2,000,400 O 0 Subscribed Capital ... 800,000 O O Capital Paid Up ... 799,4&2 0 0 Reserve 325,000 O 0 Interminable inscribed De posit Stock ... ft. 3,091,009 0 0 DIRECTORS: James Milne, Esq. (Chairman). Hon. G. W. Gray, MX,C., Jaa. Lovo M.L.C.. W. H. Hart, Esq., - L. C. Lnya,Eaq. ...

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

Special Notice Column, Do yon want anything P Have you anything to sell F Have you lost or fojwid something ? Meetings, fto. . Advertisements in this eoluwn *t special aates for CASH strictly in «dy«MW- • ■« booked ordinary casual advertising Rites. will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid eaale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Insects. 16 words ... 2/- 8/- 4/6 Every additional eight, words... 1/- lla 1i° SfDEUMflTl Long Wood per load, 12*. FluonUUlJ Cut up rilookB, per loud—12a £, J. HUNT, Ash St, Barouldine. F. T. MoDONALD. Saddler ana H*r taeMfUaker, Oak-street. Barcaldlne. All repair work undertaken. 'Phone ISC XCRBABIT HONEY~-r Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins,- 6/-» 141b tins, 10/-- Larger quantities If required, c. Lloyd-Jones, Agent SI CtklKlll TOW.S OARTEH *0 I UIVIVUI1| B .rotUdiue Furniture removed oarefu.ly. Moderate Prions. Give him a trial. fhuuo liiu will find him. FIREWOOD.— Lung Wood, c o.; out up, 13/6 per load oaah on delivery. Alt orders receive protnp i attent...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BARCOO SHIRE COUNCIL. Divisional Acoounts, 3 1st December, 1921 [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

BARCOO SHIRE COUNCIL. Dhrlslpnal Aeoonnts, 3.1st December, 1921 -r .J#M BIVI8I0H 90. 1 January 1st JEjy, Balance ~i.682 12 10 .9p8« 8lBt By iBRtflg ^ ® -0 ProPctrtiohsrte amount of Other Rcpts 813 5 3 5a Public Works .- 2,16' 0 To PropartiopatSi^imt ot othej- exP- ,47.0.12 0 Jlp .balance .......... ..11ZB.18 1 1597 1 1697 6 1 DmSIONIfe.* 1U8 1S 1 Jan lflt to Balaam ............. 367 .3 10 Bee. H|st Vo PnblteviWorks 976 .8 6 To Proportionate ajQt ot other Km. 688 X 6 By General RateB 923 1 2 9epaj«te Rateg «, 66 13 3 Interest 6 v Proportionate amt Other RecPts 391 9 2 Balance j.... S50 io .7 f , mi 14 8 «M 14 8 .. WlifllOB He. & 650 10 7 Jan. list To ■Balance ........ 781 € 3 Bee. 81st To -Public Works 621 14 0 ~ Refund of Rates 46 13 9 .. Proportionate amt ot other lisps. 659 18 0 By General Rates 878 8V 0 .. Separate Slates - 26 0 0 ' .. Interest 2 l e 1 .. 'Proportionate -amt of other Recpts 439 6 6 .. Balance . 663 17 7 t T 8008 ia 0 8008 is 0 T «-i — 1 I " 663 17 7 Decea...

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

The condition of the cemetery drew forth gugf unfavorable comments from people on Sunday aflornoon. soma of whom have sot visited •* God> iow" for a long lime. Ib placet, the grass )b tonr feet or mere high, and completely hides from view many graves, railings aad headstones— especially of child ten, The grass is get ting dry and a Are would do irreparable damage to tb« many beautiful memorials (some of which cost a great deal of unaey), to ,|he dead. Soma foar months &«o the cemetery was cleared at a cost of £80, bnt the raias slnoe have caused an ab normal growth of verdure. Mr. E. A.. Parttell, Chairman of tfae Shire, is folly seized with the importance of having the' grounds cleared, and has obtained .prices for the work. £70 is asked, which is oat of all reason. It sorely wonid pay some of onr dairymen to cat the grass for the'ssbe of "Keeps"; it oonld be stacked in case of the drought which is foretold. Perhaps this was aot thought of Mr. A. f>. Alex ander (Willo...

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

RoUbery and Pilfering. At tbe Barcaldine Police Court on Friday, b fore Mr. U. Curtis, P.M., Thomas Henry 'oiling, Edward Mu'pby.aod William John Dalhnnty were brought ap is custody charged wi(h robbing Peter John Howitt of £28 in notes Sergt. O'Keefe prosecuted, and Ur. K. F. Lyons defended the aocused. The Sergt. said no money was found on the accused, and he could not proceed ; he Mkefl that the oase be etmsk out. Mr. Lyons said there was no evidence of •tealing from the person. An old half drunken man makes a complaint and' put men who had work to go to to great incon venience. 'He thought it a most iniquitous thing. HiB Olients had been locked op for two night* ; the bail Axed was prohibitive *nd could npt be found. There was not ■tbe slightest-charge against tbe three men. The Serf t. said that wbsn a complaint was made against tbe men it wob the duty of the police to eift it .out. Tbe police did I 'heir duty, tbat was all. The men were not j complaining. j Dalhunty was then d...

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

Easter Attractions. Apollo Carnival. AT- the Shire Hall MONDAlf and TUESDAY nights, April 17th and 18th in ai^ of the Church of England Funds. . Easter Honda? Night, April 17th* P|»a PONG It ALL .. PING PONG BALL .. (Adults - only.) Prizes: Best Original Lady and Gent Admission: ■8s. Tuesday NJglit, 18th AprIL COON CAN . CINDERELLA COON CAN CINDERELLA Prizes: Best Senior Boy and Girl 9j years and over. Best Junior Boy and I Girl, 9 years an^ down to little tots. Best Comic or Original Costume. Admission: Adults 2/6, Children 1/6.| Don't fall to attend thB*e attractive balls. FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, MOTOR CARS FOR BIU£. Two 6-Cylitttter Buicks at your disposal. Phone 78. —o— Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motor Oyole, " Rover" Cycle and SnMtieg United States Motor Tyres, fito (^Baroaldfae and Di»triot Agent for— The Celebrated BUiCK 3AR8. mw^ OR Prompt Attention Bing dp 'Phone 101. DAT OK NItiUT. F CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, I . " Killarney Villa," lmth Baroaldine. "KENILWOETH," Pr...

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

BARCOO SHIRE COUNCIL. STATEMENT of T <aHHHag Ani Awiats tor the year ending; Slst Decem ber, 1921. IJABIUTIBS. Q'land Nat. Bank. L'reach 113 12 7 Rate Suspense acct 13 6 Government, Loan Jtf U t Assets over Liabilities ,>>277 10 10 £88S7 18 7 ASSETS. Arrears of General Bate— Division No. 1 119 8 10 Division No. 2 103 16 7 Division No. 3 786 9 6 Arrears of Separate Rate— Division No. 2 114 17 6 Division No. 3 41 10 0 Arrears Special Loan Rate— Division No. 3 67 1 10 Arrears Interest 127 12 6 Office PurnitHre 16 13 1 Boats 176 19 6 Shire Hall 1S6 10 8 Jundah Horse Paddock 16 14 10 Stonehenge Horse Paddock 43 12 0 Plant acct. 886 0 0 Ration Suspense acct. 29 19 8 Canterbury Bore 69 8 2 Evengy Telephone 44 14 2 Windorah Water acct. 521 9 0 Jundah Water acct. 302 3 2 Petty Cash 3 0 0 Q'land Nat- Bank L'reach No. 2 acct. 20 4 0 . Do. Special Loan Rate 21 13 3 S86S7 18 7

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

Alpha Notes. From 9ar Own Oopespondent. On April 6th a successful social was held in aid of toe Ambulance Fundi. A large crowd attended. A waltr.ng competition waa won by Mr. F. Young and Mrs Leo Fjsh. Eight couples competed, Light refreshments were served. The art union was drawn daring' the evening, and tbe priie winners will be published in duo oourse. On Thursday night a Cinderella was held in connection with the Ambalanoe Brigade. After a parade of thoee in fanoy costume the judges—Messrs. Lalor and Palmer—awarded tbe prises as follow* Fint—Horace and Sadie Scarth, Berne Pender and BernieKane, Ambulance Team; Sad price—Willie Dunn and Audrey 8tean, Bridegroom and Bride; 3rd prize—Uaroll Louit, Lifebuoy Soap; special pruse, Bonnie Tborpe, Perriott. The refreshment depart was in tbe bands of Mrs. Hone and helpers. The Secretary, Mr. HtU, worked very haiM and i« handing over £87 to the Bockhamp ton Q A.T B. ■Miw I. Walib, State school teaoher, has received notice of her transfer t...

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

Hyland's Show OF BUCKJUMPERS AND TRICK PONIES WtUiL open in ARAMA.C daring BAQf Week- Also in BARCAUJINB flfi EASTER SATURDAY with IlffBHTI-FITE Head of NOTOBI* OPS BUCEJUHFEBS. £9 is offered to anyone able to ridj Carandotte or Strike for one mlwitfi

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Alma Tirtsche Murder Executive Council Confirms Sentence. Execution to take place on 24th April [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Tbe Alma Tirtsche Murder Executive Cornell Confirms Sentence. • Execution to take place on 24tb AprJL A. special meeting ot tbe Viotonan Gabinet wab willed tor Monday to consider the sentence of death pissed on Colin Sou attwr (he jury bail found htm Ritilty ot the unrder ot Alma Tiiw^be, Sammary «-vi denae was to be tup^ILd to tho Cabinet, which woutd alio be attended by Mr. Justioe Schute. Tb>> ^l'oiatt-ra would de aide whether the sentence should eiand, or I whether It should bu com uut -d to a life 1 sentence. Atter tb» Ministers' decision a draft O»der»io-Cuuuoi! will bu iB.td* «na> bracing theii tlewa, and thes-i will b» sub mitted to the Executive Council. A meet* log o( the Council w.l be called as sooc aa possible after the Oabiaut decuioa has beea reached.. A telegram from Melbourne on Monday advise! u» that th« Victorian Ei-icuiiw Council had ooa&ruieil the flealb sentence passed on Colin Campbell Boss The execution will take place on Mon ' day, 34th Apri...

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

Bits From the Barcoo. —-WO-* Trie animal laomisuig Court wan held at Blackall on Wednoedtiy, before Mr* J. D. Sullivan, Lioensiug Magistrate. The Inspector offered no objections* and all licensee were granted, as ulso wore Bevea billiard licenses and two wine and spirit licenses. Ttie Licens ing Inspector applied for tbe reassess ment of the four Blackall licenses and the hotel at Yalleroi, bat these were adjourned eini die as the Licensed Victuallers desired to engage a solici tor from Rockhampton to contest the claims. ( A hint for other places th&u Black* all:—The wB>iohmund Times" says that the following notice appears in the vestibule of tbe Post and Tt'legraph offioe:—" If yon spit on the floor at home spit on the floor here. We want yon to feel at home." A telephone call from a station 70 or 80 miles ont from Blaokall was dis tinctly heard at Killarney, a small farming town outside W arwiok.-— Messages from as far away as Bris bane can be distinctly beard at Bar oa...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
My Lady's. Toilet. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

My Lady's. Toilet. In the elegant days ot the 18th Cenr tury, my lady's toilet was a lengthy, affair. This was chiefly doe to;, the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties ot thatppriodwere. famous for their brilliant complex iohB and. graceful figures, and!, the: following simple - recipes, spine old fashioned, some modem, may not come amiss to.ye lady of the 2&S* Cen tury. ,3Qfce Sternal Etemlnlne., Mostwomen will suffer anything in order to improve, thelrlooks. Xq.order ' to keep her complexion in its pris tine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to-, a most Painful "skinning" process,, whereby < the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving tteenew skin under neath exposed. Crude as the-method was, the- theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a. clean nem skin Just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modern ap plication of this principle is to- use Mercoiised Wax1. This 1b applied just like ordinary cold' cr...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Labor Leader's Advice. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

| A Labor Leader's Advice. Discussing the relief of unemploy ment recently, Mr. J. R. Clynes, chairman of the British Partiament ary Labor Party said he thought far too much money had been given away for nothing in return. "It is a had' doctrine ever to give anything for nothing, and I would like to see this great business of unemployed support resting more in th6 great workshops and factories, and taken away from separate and outside State institutions, very costly In them selves, and perhaps not altogether efficient in the direction of that in dividual who Is tempted to live upon money if he con get it anyhow. The malingerer and the waster 'are not bo frequently discovered as they would he If there were upon them the Jointly watchful eyes of their fellow-workmen an<j the men who are at the head of the great businesses and works throughout the country./ fcabor says, "This is our country as 'well aB yours," and, having salffthat, Is the duty of Labor to Join with other cl...

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

> SADDLER, William-st, ROCKHAM PTGN. Other' Linos-in StoolJ; sate all kinds o! f: Travelling. Requis ites, E^ags and Suit Ca ses. aa-PAffla; paaafpri *?'5Kecti m. NOTICE. W. 6. THOMPSON; I tAl& HAKEBt.uta TANK 8DnOt Etc- Etc. B STMA.TES given for Onnklt D ams and By-was Jim. Elevated Earth Tanks lrallt ftr • arr*< the purpose of gal raniMAiraa t ante. From 20,000 to lOOtOOo gal 1 one. SUvalr work done Address: 0AK-8TREETr , Pbcae 146. BABCAUm, THE | L.X.L. Bakery, OAK-STREET, BABCALDIS* 'Phone 55. Fmh BreaA Delivered DaUy. B<CMv Fria«y. Brown Bread* • J P. O'OfiNNELL, SAXBftiroFi8Htl«MK I BAHCALQIHE. J^OHiLLA j; . 9jNBU>l SDDHfe.. Q.O.M. floUolt imabta tot HABDWOfflJ, rough or nlcel* dwiM&t .-M* FIRSTjOJUASS BALPSTERS,chl«ar Sponipp OCU—bo splendid .to, ,wt*K 'Mmb$c£or Hardies, Ac. No Order too Small *or Attention.

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

ISISFORD SHIRE COUNCIL • nOrfc STATEMENT ot Receipts and Itoen diture tor the year ending December 31flt, 1921. m RECEIPTS. January 1st j f To balance at Bank 1986 1 11 December, 31st J To Rates Received 1063 1 .. Interest received / , 13 — Reserve Fees f 131 9 — Dog Registration ' 15 .. Carriers Licenses 26 10 .. Pound Sales » 4 14 .. Dipping Fees 52 19 .. Sale of plough 5 & £8978 14. .8 •EXPENDITURE i t By Salaries 308 IS .. Chair/naa'a Alluwauoe 20 0 .. Maintenance of Ro«cte 817 7 ... Election Expenses 7# 16 ». Tick Account 151 18 Burr Cutting 9 3 .. Mt. Mulligan Fund 10 10 — Office Expense 89 9 .. Plant 28 13 Advfc an£ Printing 4 10 .. Insurance 21 0 .. Telephone 6 9 .. Trophies 16 ... Petty Cash 9 0 .. Bank Charges 10 .. Balance at Bank 1766 17 0 • 3 2 4 6 0 0 6 0 4 1 6 0 0 0 sans u.. 8 STATEMENT of ASSETS and LIABILITIES LIABILITIES To Capital Account 264ft 2 0 .. Ponud Suspense a/c - *14 7 ^ v -■ / • '• , 2 . ^ kS ■w~ / r-* e' m& i6 7 ASSETS, By Arrears Genera...

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

BARCOO SHIRE COUNCIL. W\n_ 1921 EJSCEIPTS. J an nary let Bal. No. 2 ac. Q.N. Bank 44 6 4 ...Special Loan .Batft^acct 13 12 6 .. Gash on Haw 24 18 1 December 31st Stonehenge Reserve Fees 63 18 6 . Jdndali Reaferve . 'Bees : 116 0 8 Carriers' license-Fees 18 0 0 Carriers' Depasturing License lfe$g . 20 10 0 >> Passenger Vehicle 'License . Fees 1 15 0 .; Hali license ®tee 110 • • Stonehenge HorsePaddock 38 14 0 .. General Expense^ 6 7 0 . i Exchange 1 16 3 .. General Rates Dv.vNo. 1 701 8 0 ... General Rates Dr.'No: 8 928 1 2 .. General Rates Dlv.'No. 3 878 8 0 - ■ v Separate Rates, Div .- No. 2 (Stonehenge) 28 4 6 .. Separate Rates, "Dir. No. 2 (Jundah) 38 8 9 . .Separate Rates, Dir. 3 • (Windorah)* 25 0 0 .; Special Loan Rate "Div- 3 93 6 5 .. Interest on. Arrear-g^ofRte 216 .. Plant acct. 6 0 0 . . Boat Pees jo 0 •. Ration Suspense acct. -262 10 8 .. Stonehenge Water acct. 117 .0 .. Canterbury Bore 10 0 • • Haughton Vale Crossing-77 12 6 • ■ BbIIoo Shire Cotmcil Ad justment ac...

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