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Widening Wool Demand, Wool and metals [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Weening Wool Demand, Mfssra. WinohoMbbe, CareoneLtd. report under date Apr#6th, 19^2 •—With bajoy ant markets in. Australia, good demand at lyradon sales, and a distinctly firmer tone ■ m the Bradford tup market, the wool.ttade is moving along under deoidedly. encour aging conditions. Thg derision of the. Melbourne Conference to increase May and Jane Amtnliu ■ allocations to (flOjNIli bales each month it therefore very, welcome and completely justifyd, . Before the war, npy of th# most astute purchases? of woo\ constantly reiterated the idea, that inner economic factors foster" ed a bond of sympathy bofrmea the wool and metal markets.. W.ateb copper, lead, tin and other totals w#a the constant advice of hardened speculators. But latter day experiences h^ve'exploded that tikeonr. The metal miMket «s doll but business in wool was never more brisk. A week oq two «g:o, Yorkshire buyers completely dominated the' Sydney sates. Sut at recent auctions purchases on French and Japanese acscra...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Shire Council. He R.S.&S.I. League to Manage Anzac Day Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Barcaldine Stairo Council. He ILS.&S.I. League to Manage Anzac Day Celebration. The usual monthly meeting of the Barcaldine Shire Council was held In the Council Chambers on Wednes day, April 12th, at which there were present:—Crs. R. A. Parnell (chair man), T. Hannay, W. 'Price, A. A. Dyer, H. J. Sealy, the Clerk (Mr. C. H. Fysh) and Press rep. . An. aPology for non-attendance was received from Cr. W. McBride, who , was engage^ at Aramac races. Also from Cr. W. Ballinger The minutes of previous meeting were taken as read, every member . "having received a copy. CORRESPONDENCE-— Permission was given Mr, B. Sharland to erect a signboard across the footpath at his premises. Some * correspondence related to ■ Messrs. Keogh & Lowe's drover (Egan) who was travelling a mob of sheep towards Blackall. Rain blocked him from proceeding and he returned to the reserve, and the sheep were shorn at 'McLaughlin's. The drover sought, to proceed on hiB way in his old tracks but there...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Barcaldine Rugby League. Probable Rockhampton Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 15 April 1922

Barcaldine Rugby League. ] Probable Rockh&mpton Visit The usual weekly meeting of the Barcaldine Rugby League waa held at Devery's Hotel on Wednesday week last, there being present:— Messrs. J. J. Lynch, T. J. O'Con nell, J. Farrell, W. Mallory, E. Vale, C. Lloyd-Jones, S. Hoy, J. O'Connell, J. McQuaid, and the Secretary, (Mr. J. McAllister). The President, Mr. R. Park, occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence was endorsed aud the inward table^ for discussion. A letter was received from Mr. C. Murnane accepting the position ot referee for the forthcoming season It was resolved to thank Mr. Murnane for his future service, and also io invite the referee to at tend the League meetings The Secretary of the Central Queensland Rugby League, Rock hampton, wrote as follows :—"The Management Committee of this League have in view sending a team on tour early to the season, and I shall be glad if you will submit to you...

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

I k "CLEVELAND | Heavy Waterproof Boot = Po& Free IN the'realm of Boot Value, it would b.e a feat to excel the "Clevblakd." Iw regular priie registers to as high as 37/6. Purchased bv us at a'price very much in our favor—hence the dear cut saving of 8/- on the pair An "Embassy" Boot — Made from Dark Brown and 555 Black Viscolized Calf —— Skin, a leather retain- 53: ing all the <'atur.il oil. has double weight soles, genuine welts,and is built S5S on natural 535 1 PIKE BROTHERS — TOOWOOMBA LIMITED BRISBANE TOWNSVILLE £= THE OVER-NIGHT RREAK DP A GOLD REMEDY. phr>Vlrin npnil ;n rnnjunrtinn with r>r. PnPlrlon'g Nov llinrrwrrv er»«M? increase ihi pfficli>ncr nnil m»lri» on nrrr-nipht bm&k up • rnh) rpm«rtv. which is irmriprtinhi in its ac 'ton for ppvpt" roMs fn tho hpati or on the :bpst. Ohtainshlp nrrrywhTP.

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

by kkksiakok Two men, .and ^pn, iram Al rerta (Canada) a; nyed recently in Queensland looking for land suitable lor wheat growing* lU«*y btcame tired ol Alberta .because . the mer cury occasionally .fell 40 ilegs- below sero, and they had heard that wheat could be grown in Australia, while the "Hmnt.ic conditions were much more pleasant. They were in Mew Zealand before coining to Australia, and they also had a look at West Australia, but considered that State had no soil available that was suit able for wheat They inspected various par^s of Queensland, includ ing the Roma district, an# liked this State better than West Australia, New South Wales fnfl Victoria, tout considered the uncertainty and the irregularity of th? rainfall rather a serious disadvantage* It ia reported that, there was Quite a, commotion the other day at a Gharleville hotel, the causfe being a young man smoking a cigarette. Of oourse farther explanation is neces saiy, because young 'men smoking (Cigarettes are co...

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 — 22 April 1922

Barcaldine P. A & H. Society. A meeting of committee of the Bar* caldiue Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticultural Society was held at the Shire Hall on Thursday, April 13th, at which there were present:— Messrs. T. Hannay (President, m the chair), W. D. Colman, R. F. Lyons, R. Park, S. Hoy, L. ti. Pearson, F. S. Iliing, the Secretary (Mr. C. F. Lloyd-Jones), and Press reP Apologies were tendered on behalf of Messrs. J. G. Miller, T. W- Mc Kie, T. J. O'Connell, W. McBride and W- James. 1 The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. There were several matters in connection with grandstand, be tween the contractors ary the archi tect re iron for the roof, and be tween building committee and ths architect in reference to additions, all of which had been attended to. The Secretary Rugby League had been advise^ of the fixing of the fee for use of grounds during the foot bajl season at twenty guineas, the Society reserving the grandstand rights to themselves Mr. W. D. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

TRESPASS NOTICE ANY person found trespassing on oi removing stock from Caledonia o> Taucred holding -without permlBBioi of the undersigned prosecution wl follow without respcct to persons. BRIAN J. KELLY, 3mtha Manager lllllimillll e i iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiQ I DAIRYMEN SAY 8 | WHAT WE SAY S | H/E have instances of = s= VV numbers of dairymen j friends of BALTIC j? = users coming to see their || friend's BALTIC, and the 5 == BALTIC user beinj£ asked It £ by his friend or neighbour if == to order one for him i =j This speaks -of | = complete satisfadtian fr | GET IT YOURSELF § I BALTiql | Separator Co. Ltd. | 1 18 ROMA ST. - BRISBANE | iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: Local Agents - MEAGHAIN & LEYLAND, Barcaldlne and Longreaoh. Try us Cor Job Printing. fto£&dOd& CUu&aticb BteaAptf 7fu QTiifpMidycjjoodk aKfith IT C&iavicM: a& v6& Acm AC&U4 ' A&Uvnf, ZUuUUty jtoooU !?V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Buy your timber while PRICES ARU down. Hardwood that is Everlasting! OKSC1ENTIOUS MILLIMO PBO APT DELIVERY the QUEENSLAND FOREST SERVICE SAWMILL on the Blair Athol State Forest hag mad* arrangements to offer part of its large output of valuable sawn Hardwood to private purchasers In the RockhamptoQ to Longreach District at the current low prices. Supplies of Hoop and Cypress Fin aleo arranged from other Forest Service Mills. Hewn, 8plit, and Pole Timber also supplied. Timber Merchants and Contractor supplied at wholesale rata*. Write for .quotes to— The Manager Forest Service Sawmill, ' BLAIR ATHOL Timber Merchant, Emerald REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF 8TOVE8 ALBION DOVER No. 6 £8/8/6. No. 1 £8/12/8, No. 8 17/l/t. BEACON LIGHT No. 7 £7/6/-, No. £8, No. • £9/1/-. BOILER STANDS lOff&l. 80/-, 12gal. 88/6. 14gal. 87/8. All other stoves, ranges, camp ovens, galvanised iron, aalla, lock* fa Large quantities dressed *nd rough itae and hardwood always la sfteefc At lowMt prices. AGENT f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

FJ&ANK E. HA.LL BARCAuDlwE, Hii» MOTOR OARS FOR siiaE. Two 6-Cyliuder Buicke at jour di«pottal. ^A«mt for Howard's " Triumph" Mptor Oywe, " Rover" Cyute and SuHriee United States Untor Tyres, Etc ^yBarealdme and Dirtriot Agent for— The Celebrated BUIOK GARS. MOTORCAjrKJfe FOE Prompt Attention King up 'Phone 101. DAT OR NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," Imth Barcaldioe. • "KENILWOiiTH," Private, Hospital, Mam aud AoiOiA-OTEBBia, BARCALDINE. —Outside Oases Attended.— For partioulum aud wr>a« apply to— Phone 81 BUBY GBBliN, A.T NA The People's Cash Store A3H.-srKfcEr (opposite Gli'Uingrapb), . BARCAbXltNS. / For your order for CIBOCBRIEK or PI|OOIJCB5 Ring PHONE 83 E. 1£. OtJXXTIT, Proprietor. ^UBtralian|^utual provident SOCIETY. A. H. PEARSON, District Hepresentative. Address—c/o "W. L. Walker,J BARCALDINE. Mrs. L. Wells, frawmuT. STOBEKEBPEJEU ^ Try us for Fresh Goods. Fresh But ter, Eggs, Bacon. Fresh supplies, ol raui'ir • and VEGETABLES twice weekl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

i "^^SBBBSBSSEeS^ AfiAMAC JOCKEY CLUB. Annual Grassfed Meeting, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 27th and 28th JUNE, 1922 £150 - Added Money - £150 * all horses must be registered. PROGRAMME. FIBST OAT. First Race to start 1,30 p.m. MAIDEN PLATE, of £7; second horse to receive £2 from prize- For borses that have not won a race or a prize exceeding £5 at time of nomination. Weight 10 stone. Dis tance 5 furlongs. Entrance fee 7/*. Second Race to start 2.10 p.m. 8COTSTOUN 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/-. Third Race to start 2.(0 p.m. POWTELLA HANDICAP, of £7; sec ond horse to receive £2 from prise For all horses that have not won e prise exceeding £6 at time of nomi nation, Distance 4 furlongs. En trance fee 7/-. Fourth Race to start S.20 p-m. FIRST BANGLE! HANDICAP (for Trophies). 1st horse £5, 2nd horse £4, Srd horse £8. For all horses th...

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Church of England Balls. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Church of England Balis. Ping Pong Ball.— Ptor some' years Easter Monday night has been recognised as the one great annual event in the social life of Church of England people in Bar caldine, and each year there appears to be a desire to go one better than the one held previously. The event takes the form of a plain and fancy dress ball, and the large Shire Hall has heretofore been bo inconvenl «ntly crowded * that the past two years it was decided to divide the function by having a ball for adults only on Baster ftonday night and children only on the followling night, up to a certain hour when adults could take the floor ifttoy desired— and from what we observed on Tues day night the votaries of Terpsichore very much desired. The hall had been decorated under the supervision of Mr. R. T. Wlaterson and several assistants on similar lines to that of last year, that Is, extra lighting (colored bulbs and cluster lights), and streamers across the hall from east to west suspendeg to ring...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

THE i> NEW IDEA Fencing Dropper SELF fastening HO TUB OB CLIPS BEQUIBED 60 feb cent cheaper ahd.M* feb cent BETTER thaI! JOB OTHEB DBOPFEB OH ID MABKET ALL MADE OF SFECIALLX UEPOBTBD BFBDT6 STEEIi dboffeb VOL which WE guahanot and STRONGLY recommend. Six Gange for She^p and Division Fencing. Gauge Length Spaoinge Approximate Weight. H . 2 feet 5 6 68 '60C0 per ton 6 2 feet 6.6 6.812. 6000 per ton Six Gange Wire is approximately 3/16in. in tbioknees Special heavy 4'gange fur Oattle and Buncdary Fences. 4 2 feet ' 12 12 for Cattle 4000 per ton 4 2 feet 6.5.6.8 4000 per ton 4 2 feet 6,6.6,812 3000 per ton ^ Fonr Gauge Wire is approximately Jin. in thiek oas OTOBBJOIDIATB UOMtTHB IKTSRHfiDIATH fbic9k _ TATE 8PACINBB AID JAVtt OF WISE in fence OBOFTBBS CAN JU kadi FOB A.T 8PACINB8 AND FOB 1NV OAU6B of Iran* ba*-.b ob flain. THE NEW IDEA FENCING DROPPER CO. LTD, FAnSVEBB AID HANCFACIUBEB& WOBKS Worth RoeU&Mnptoii, AdOrtM att : A E nflTT ninrmrr Wrt rt WnnliMjipiui' llll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Special Notice Column. L)o \"U want any (.Ling ? Hiivu- yoa anything to sellP Havu you lost or tuuud something f Meetings. Ac. _ , Advertisements in fchiB column at special j cates for CASH strictly In advance. If booked ordinary cat nil advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of 1 words under prepaid scale, 48. One Two Three Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... a/-« 3/- 4/8 Bvury additional eight words... ty- */®. V® 1 W ANTED — Good General. Apply— Champiou' Office LOST Bbire Hall. Banter Monday Night, Gold Bar i.rooch, set with pearls and aauamariue. Be ward this office FOB SALE—Ford Motor Oar, Double seater. Prioe and particulars apply Box 65, Baroaldine. LOST—One Five found Note between Broughton'e Shop (North Side) and Wooteeuur. IV/- reward. Apply this office FOB SALE—Horse, Cart, Harness, in splendid order, Cheap. Apply—L WELLS, Ot>k-street, Bdroaldine. ?lRKVIini) Wood per load, 12s. Ilftfil»UUU_0ut up BloofeeT per load-12s E. J. HUNT, Ash St , Baroaldine. F. T. MoDONA...

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The Western Queensland Match. Rockhampton Again Wins. Worthington Contributes 92. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

The Western Queensland Match. Roclchampton Again Wins. Worthlngton Contributes 92. The* cricket carnival was concluded on Easter Monday, when the Rock hampton team met and defeated a Western Queensland Eleven by 96 runs on the first innings. Western Queensland was not able to place its strongest team in the field; the ab sence of Kent, the gun Blackall bats man; and also Keith (of, Blackall), was a severe loss to the team- Seaton, the Muttabyxra bowler and batsman, was absent, and the* all-round Long reach cricketer Willcocks could not make the journey.' Coombes and Banks represented Blackall, McMaster Longreach, and King Aramac. The remainder of tjie team were local players- There -was a fair crowd pre sent at the opening of the match. Urquhart wen the toss from Black and sent the visitors to the wickets. Fitzgerald and Worthington opened the batting. King and Coombes open er the bowling attack. Both bowled well and kept the batsmen quiet- Fitz gerald, in attempting a single, was r...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Barcaldine And General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

8waiit§MMget< There wilt be no services in St. Peter's Chutch or England to-morrow (Sunday), thefier. P. E Damuth visiting Jericho. Mr. 0. Lloyd-Jones, Secretary Court " Friur 1'nok," A..O.fc\,.Barcaldine, is visit* iog ttockbumpton on Distriot Board mat tare, A sawmill at Killarney "was burnt down on 8noday morning, whea damage to the extent of £5000 was done. The insnranceB were £1600. The PricBB Commissioner has forwarded us a list of fixed prices of meat for Bnrcal dine ae from March 28th., We will be £ eased t > show the list to anybody in rested. Miss Olive Boy (Aramac) has been •pending the Easier holidays as the truest of the Misses James at " The Acariu*," Willow-street. Mrs. W. Tamblya (Lake Diibr) and Miu Doris ttumpbreyu (H.zel mra) have also bees visitingiBaioaldine, ' The Rev. E. Robinson, B.A., L.Tb, bead-1 master of the Church of England Grammar Sohool, to be opened shortly in Baroaldine, artived on Monday and stayed in town till Wednesday. No aaaoB hav...

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Rockhampton Defeats Ba[?]a[?]dine. A Close Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

A Close Came. 'A large crowd t attended the Show Grounds on Sunday last to ' witness the opening match of theVRpcfthamp ton cricketers' tour. Hockhampton batted first and compile^ the total .ot, $5 rnns. S- Chase top-scored with {U. Jf. Worthlngton (24) was the only 4rthqp batsman to reach double figures Hoffrichter took six wlcketB for 49; Bowden bagged three for 21, and Devery one tor 10. Barcaldlne thpn went to theAreasp, and were dlsmlBse^ for thy small total of 60 runs. UrQUhart compiled SB, and Cooper (16) was the only bthe'f batsman to reach .double figures* ♦rifljtfis was chief destroyer ot 'wickets with 5 for 24. Black caiPtured 3 for 17 Rockhampton thus gained a close victory by 16 runs on the first inn ings. The visitors, in their second inn ings compiled 122, the principal scorers being Black 35, Bartholomew 34. Chase 16, an<j Fitzgerald 11. The principal bowlers were—Urquhart 4 for 30, Easton 1 tor 22, Hoffrichter 1 for 19, Cameron 1 or 10, Cooper 1 for 4-_ T...

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Visit of Rockhampton Cricketers. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Visit of Rockhampton Cricketers. Vhe Barcaldine Cricket Association is composed of a body of sports who have done everything possible to en courage "ye antcient game of cricket" as it used to be called, and the season just passing away haB been a most successful one- The work of the season we leave in the able hands oI our cricket expert, sufficient is it to say here that it was a general desire, ■ among Hbcal cricketers to try conclu sions against a rep- Bockhampton team and arrangements w$re made for the visit of a team from'^he Cen tral metropolis at Easter. Mr. Gf Griffiths undertook to get a team to gether, and although not entirely re presentative was ^nOt an combination by a9y.3nGB.ns. The team arrived by Saturday afternoon's «i»n train, and was met by Mr. R. Mayse, President of the Association, Mr. T. J. O'Connell and,.others, and escort ed "across the rokd" to the Hotel Shakespeare, where, over a glass, 'they were officially welcomed by Mr. Moyse. He hoped' the team would -...

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Longreach Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Lotigreach Items. "The Baud's Day Out" at the river on Easter Monday proved a great success • Lorries and cars left the JKoyal Rink corner about 9.30 a.m. Ipaded with picnicers, both young and old. There must hare been 600 peo ple present "when they were all gathered together. There fwere several (Parties who made up a pic nic of their oWn. Hot water and so On could be procured ang Jack Bur gess, the fruitologist, looked after the refreshments. Altogether a very happy day was spent, and the opinion was expressed that it might be re peated at an early date- A good profit to the band should result. A young man named Reginald Wall while breaking in horses at Marph mont, near Ilfracombe, was kicked In the leg sustaining a fracture. The Ambulance bearers went down in the air, rendered first aid, an^ brought the patient to the general hospital. The weekly meeting of delegates to the Rugby League took place on Tues day evening. Mr. Mahoney presid ed. The Secretary of the Blue Club forwarde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

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