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

Special Notice. We have pleasure in advising old wearers of our Special Biding Trousers That we are now able to rednce this H^e to post f%m9 l£± per free § j fj pair Remember too m m- (Special TAN Tbis is the same good wearing. Specially cu EJUjPJSfiOit. 2SS (id, Strapped Riding Trouur^as formerly. • p<«» f-. ee. 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
Paddy's Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Paddy's Market. —rtOfv— The great Paddy's Market, tor which tlie Ladies Memorial Committee had , been working for months past, is now a matter. of history. It will be remembered tbe Shire Council .open , ea a list of subscribers for some , memorial for those who left the -dis : trict to take part in the Great War > -riome 460 in all. The Societies and , Institutions in town were invited to assist, and also to decide upon the form of the memorial, and as a result , of a meeting it was deci4ed that a memorial be erected in the centre, of the cross streets bounded by the Post Office; Shire Hall, Messrs. James Stewart & Co., and Q.N. Bank; also that £1000 would be re quired for the purpose. Lists were stot by the Shire Clerk to the Societies and Clubs, but so far only the Oddfellows have a few pounds on a list, while the Race Club has a substantial donation ready as sotfn as the -movement develops into con crete shape. Like in many other cases tirtersst wanes unless the' blow...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Anzac Day, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Anzac Day, 1922. The following Uniform Resolution has been issued by the Executive of the Anzac Day Commemoration Com mittee, to. be proposed at all public Meetings throughout Queensland, on Anzac Day, Tuesday, 26th April, and which will probably be spoken to by speakers at Barcaldine on the evening:— On the seventh Anniversary of the immortal landing on Galllpoli, this Meeting of Citizens of Queensland expresses its unalterable Loyalty to Throne and Hmplre and Its admira tion of the magnificent heroism, sdlf-eacriflce, and endurance of the sailors and soldiers of Australia and | New Zealand, who on the firBt Ansae Day, an^ throughout the Great War, conferred a glory on Australia and New Zealand that' will never fade. This Meeting* voices its heartfelt sympathy with the relatives of thoBe who died, and with those who have suffered on behalf of the Empire, and Its assurance that thoBe' who have fallen, and those who have survive^ the perils of war, will ever be remembered with gratit...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

UID'4"THE MYSTERY CAB Wonderful springing. L t possible up-keep. Economical in petrol, oil, water, and tyres Splendid steering. Solds the road as well or better than a big car. (hod in sand, mud, and on the hills Built to suit our western conditions AND THE OVERLAND 4 IS STANDARDISED Y«i cannot Relieve what the car is like until you ride in it. .WE WANT TO DEMONSTRATE IT' TO YOU. ALL PARTS STOCKED. We give service COMPLETE DISMANTLED CHASSIS OPENED UPPOR EVERYBODYS 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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ON DIT [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

ON DIT That tha streets are at present in & vet j floury condition. Duet is no name (or it. —oOo— That it must be very healthy for children especially to inhale the fine particles of dost rising from our streets. i-TOOOfcr That one need not olean one's boots nowadays. The duBt Boon takes the shine out of them. —oOo—' That the CoanaiTs sprinkler has bat little effect in permanently laying the dost. —oOo— That a good shower of coin would be very welcome jost now. —oOo—t That many people commented on the piles of straw and papers poked into the cbrners of one of the smoke rooms at the Shire Hall on Monday and Tuesday even inge. '—<>00— That it was most dangerous. A cigarette or cigar stub could easily have caused a fire. T—OOO—T That ladies nay there is likely to be a slump in the demand for face powder in Barcaldine—the streets supply sufficient gratis at present. —oOt>— That the Grand Maroh at the 8hire Hall on Monday evening was a spectacular scene. It was e...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

NO SLEEP AT NIGHT THROUGH INDIQESTION Probably nothing has a more adverse effect on the health than the Imb of sleep .caused by stomach disturbance, and nothing m mora snre of patting this right than Biau rated Magnesia. A one-time sufferer writes : " Before I started taking Biearated Mag. nesia Tablets I always suffered from in digestion and could not sleep at night, but since-taking them I feel they have done toe the world of good, and my wife, who is also taking them, says the same*" Bisniated Magnesia (or* Bumag* as if a often called) instantly neutralises the harpnfol aoid that causes all the trouble and it quickly rids the stomach of its handicap.* It is obtain able at any chemist's in both powder and tablet forms, and for the protection of the public the gennine article always bean the word 'Bismag' boldly displayed on the wrapper.—Ajjtt. 1 O'BRIEN & CO.. (O'Brien h ^tbgatei) tad uoatnoan, BMCMLDME. ESTIMATES given for all M™11 ot Buildings and Repain. N fainting M«i ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Typewriters f J he Smith Prtmitr Complete Keyboard, In turciiimaeable Ckrriftgt1 ttcnxnmble Platen. The silent L. C. Smith Kcduccs nolle by 80% Ball bearing trptbarm. Ki'llicarins shift kev.etc. Batonti-tinntlMAChtnea ul'all Malta*Iroai M Monthly tlat poittra* Corona Portable We Ik h s lh«. Compact IWbsMb iSim{to «irui—0 jmc Mi' KALIAN TVl-trWHITER Si'"" ^a<B» Qucen •twebt. Bll**' Try ub for Job Prlntlnc. Exterminate the Blow-Fly Pest By properly spraying your sheep with an I.6.C. Power Spraying Plant. Stall jjUnt bu been apectolljr deigned tor vraylar *• the pmr-fljr. to *b» dlwet reeujlt ot out aaag axpartono* la «np in® and tiunpimr plant* Ota* PUBp to a blgh-claaa Duplex witb outatde pac)ro<1 tew ptaagMlf aad braaa band*, and to editable Cor a prorate of SOOlba. p* aqaare 1Mb. The graying liquid to forced through a nwla which thmn • WU< ftl ttet jrtU pwOtitc the thick—t wool. Oar apodal «ptmg henrtpleoe enables th« operator to lim»n% M ■but off t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Westwood Sanatorium. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Westwood Sanatorium. Notes by a Patient tor the "Western Champion." Cooler nights and shortening days now proclaim that winter is upon ub Our summer guests; the wood 8 wall lows and cuckoos, have gone north again, but we have still the happy family and the uproarious kookabur ra, while the butcherbirds and mag pies are as numerous and as melo dious as ever. Last month the blood woods ajl around the sanatorium were in heavy blossom, making a lovely picture in pale gold and green. They were the rendezvous -of numerous Parrots and honeyeaters by day, while at night the flying foxes flapped and quarrelled in the branches. But now the bush has returned to its old dull green. We have just conclude^ a lengthy and exciting cribbage tournament ir which all who were unable to play cut the cards instead. There were 23 competitors, and it needed quite a flight into higher mathematics to ar range a table so that each player met another once a day, and a different one each day. There were sever p...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

=81 A POPULAR INSTITUTION!^ THE OFFICE of the PUBLIC CURATOR of Queensland is no w located in New State Insurance Preofiiu, Comer of George and Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane. This office existi lor die people ot Qgeeasland, and the Public Curator will actas— EXECUTOR ANd TRUSTEE vnmr wills i TRUSTEE UNDKK marriage settlements AND OTHER Trusts J ADMINISTRATOR OP Cltk^tt W MHMM DYtkS INTESTATe t ATTORNEY OR A<JENT «N tw ■UMMMIHT OP property FOR ABSENTEESI AND WIL.L. 1. MAKE WILLS FREE f 3. LEND MONEY ON FIRST mortgage « 8. GIVE LEOAL advice | 4. ATTEND TO ALL REAL PROPERTY TRANSFERS. I Branch Office* at TOWNSVILLE and ROCKHAMPTON s and AgtnU at a every CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS OFFICE in th* Slate. v TITCTlTlTTl? Sneep, Cattle* 111 W H I V Horse and q 4 PWof: erfcy iS&leamtm & (jU. — Head Office: _ TOOWOOMBA. Branobes at: ^ Dalby, Pittsworth, Oakey and Charlevilld Two Sheep don't make a , Nor two record pries* a wool sals. Numbers telL Xt Is oonatatent Up ntaM f...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

ffrtay Vice-Jtogal Patronage i?3BCB a»!EL SWIM Barcaldine. LAnftenoD, Proprietor. P.O. 0U<28 few Management. AW£NTIO». 0«*<<mtmmdSpbita atailei tibelr Oarw Garaged and\ HorMflMW flir *ent to flmt-«liwa paddoek*.1 •>WWf. Amb. Howe. A <&«■«> 4-W *N» -H«m» Marathon Hotel ARAMAC. "" it Q. HAYBS, proprietor ftatafl|Ui AeeoaDpaattdn. IM-Qm CuiMne, and tip-to ttat* attention. Buggy meets all fkoni 89 1 W.D.COLMAN 0*k-«L, BARCALDIHE. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER. rvKUT the FrimMt of Beat and Mutton 1 V/eold, at pdoea to miit everybody. HarlBgiMtilMaii Up-to-date Befrigerat lag Plant and Gold Storage Booms, oan aware satisfaction. Oonmmerg waited o* daily. hnnpt attention to Ooontry Orders. OOBKXD BEEF a Speciality. Quality guaranteed. BARCALDINE BUTCHERY 4jCE WORKS Corner of Willow and Ash-street David StlMtardi PBOPKDBIOB Central Queensland Woodworking Factory Sheep Hurdles Wool Tables Fly-Proof Screens and | Loovre Sunfcters Doors,...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Longreach and District. LONGREACH BRANCH [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

toiigreact) and District. LtONQUSAOll cilUKOB OJill (Che following Block movements are reported—1600 sheep from Totnes to Utraeombe, H. B. Hutchison owner, XI.. Doddlemalde in charge; 2100 weaners from SU Kantara to the scour, E. J. Doyle owner, Moreland In charge; 2300 sheep from Silsoe to Long reach, Thompson owner, Stewart in charge; 7600 ewea from Newstead to Garchea, Keogh & Rowe owners, Buttterfleld in charge; 2900 weaners from Munro to Dal by; 8400 wethers from Longford to Aranmore, Keogh & Rowe owners, McLean in Charge; 856 wethers from Longreoch to EockhamPton, Bromm & Co. •Wneirs; 8000 sheep from Iifracombe to Ktngaroy, Thompson owner; 2600 sheep from Longreach to Watson Hill, £1. J. Park owner; 6800 sheep from Dandarkga • to Gharleville, Baker BroB. owners, C. Usher |n Charge; 6000 wethers from Bimerah Alice DownB A. H. Whlttlngham Owner. t,>'j

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

JohnK Ciwan I LI. Peterson 1 Notary Pabllo. Notary Public. ' OAKITAN &PETERSO.N Solicitors and Noi -iriGB, LONGREAVH. And I.G.A.. Buildings, Qaeea-etreet. BRISBANK H. 8. CHURCH, GflDROH & CHURCH L •> ft.. OENTAL SURGEONS, Bolso/^e street, ROJKHAPTON and Eagle-st, LONGBEACH.

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

< =aoraoi- locaoi——ic OVEEELIS' I Autumn and Winter Catalogue is now being posted. !IF yon are r n onr mailing list your copy Is now on the way, and .should rach yon within :i day or s<>. However if yon do not receive it within a reasonable Oiue Picas© drop ns a line we shall be pleased l-o foanrtaitjd yon another eop,y in $ts place. It you are not on our mailing list we shall be pleased to tor ward you a copy on receipt of your name and address. The catalogue its free for the asking, ami we pay the postage. Write for a clopy to day. W 8 ! o X I D c SPECIAL MAIL ORDER OFFERS IN MANCHESTER GOODS. THE OBJECT OF TLL1S AJ) IS TO PROVE TO OUR COUNTRY •READERS TlfAT OUB PBICES DEFT COMPETITION. THESE SPECIALS JtEPBESENT UNQUESTIONABLE T,HE LOWEST PBICES OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA FOB GOODS OF SmiLAB QUALITY. WE ABE CONTINUALLY RECEIVING FBESH SBOPJHENTS OF THESE GOODS FROM LONDON AND ELSEWHERE, AND IN EVERY INSTANCE WE BUY AT THE BED BOCK MARKET OF THE DAY. IN MAJTY ...

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

THK I.X.L. Bakery, OAK-STBEET, BABOALDDTS. 'Phone 55. Fresh Bread Dellrmd Daily- Boa» Friday. Brows Brttd J P. O'GONNELL, BAKEB AJNV PASTE! 000X, BhBChLQlHK XOTX3S. W. G. THOMPSON, DAM BAKER ui TAJTK BIXXX* ate. Etc. BBTDtATtB gtnn tor Oramflnt Duns sad By-washes ffi«nt«d Bertk Tanks tallt •» eerra ths purpose of ualvatilssd MB tanks. From 10,0"'' to 100,00o lonsi' v Impair work done, Addms; OAK-BTHXOT, FM ltt. MMltl

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

It's simply splendid ! It is ihore satisfactory and most economical to use Brown & Poison's Starch. It goe? furthest and the iron glides smoothly over the material without the slightest sticking. This ensures good work— always. Brown & Poison' s gives,dainty fabrics * new, crisp feel and a snowy-white appearance that is very pleasing. Always aak for Bruwn 8t Polaoa'a Stnck^b qnalitj b of A* wne ti«h u the ever-fuaaw OwiwBh Cora Floor, nwrafmrturcd by Browo & Po.»-> > (Aiutnlh) Ltd., Newtown, Sy&awr.' IIIIIIMBMMW————————Ml IIIIIHIl -v LOST. Between sin-mite o*t<» an-i Baroai dine. nickol rim off motor h^nd lamp : Reward on dftlivery ho W-ilkkiV i Barosldiue Shearing Contractor. Disengaged 1st Week in May TEAM First-olas* Shearers. Q!icd H*n5s, selwted Head Offic, 107 Cotitler"»>'li st, Sydney. Referenon: Gree: lev, Km&ett Apply. W. « B(JDD. 9 1 T>er J J. Dob by ii, Enimot i — Alpha Ambulance Art Union. . THE following are...

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THE WESTERN CHAMPION. Vita sine [?]teris mors est. [?]BARCALDINE, SATURDAY, APRIL, 22, 1922. Meat Industry. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Vita sine Uteris mors eat. elAHCAUm^ 1922. Meal Industry. . kKBVIIi j The decision of (he Commonwealth Government to subsidise the export of meat is in accordance with the special policy introduced at the beginning of the late war. The assumption by Go vernment of industr&l and trading responsibilities^ is a growing practice, and a word of oantion may not be oat of place, seeing how easily oar State Government has carried it to the ex tent bf an abnse. In the case of the beef indoBtry, there .are precedents in the past polioies of several of oar States, which have accorded it special assistance of divers kinds, particularly in times of drought. An export sub sidy for beet is rather uncommon, it is entirely distinct in prinoiple from, and better than, a bonuB, designed to in duce investment in new industries. It is a form of assistance, on the whole fairer to the public, than the straight out sum of money given the Q.M.E. by the Gnffitb-M'Il wraith Govern ment in the early hi...

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Boxing Tournament at Alpha. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

| Boxing Tournament at Alpha. On Thursday night of last week, the 18th init, the first ot a series of boxing and physical culture displays duly eventuated in Alpha. The attendance was fair and' when it is taken into consideration that most of the boxers had had just one month's tuition their progress may be cited as' little short of remarkable. In brief, boys who a month ago wonld scarcely identify a boxing glove if they saw one, will shortly be able to hold their own in any company. The results were:— 1st bout, four rounds. No decision.— Fred Misto v. Dug Ryder. Both lads boxed fairly evenly and although the timing was faulty, both tied and blocked nicely at times. A good even bout. 2nd bout—Pepper Hill v. Bob Benson. Four rounds. No decision. Hill, who has a fair knowledge of the game, boxed nicely, and Benson was plucky to weather the storm. The latter will improve out or sight. 3rd bout—Ernie Vallas v. Bill Yallas. Although there waa a difference of 21lbs> in weight the bout ...

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

BELIEVES BHEUHATUUL Why not use Chamberlain's Pain Balm when you- have rheumatism F We feel sure that the result will be prompt and satisfactory. One application 'relieve* ths pain, and many bave been permanently relieved by its use Bold by Hugh Savage and A. Parnell k Sons®, Yalumba Wines s. SMITH & SON, South Australia. Yalumba Vineyards, [Established 1849.] The most suocessful PRIZE WINNERS for HIOH GRADE PORT and SHERRIES Whenever exhibited. Melbourne Wine Show 1921 Adelaide Wine Show 1921 I First for Red Wine, Fall Bodied Firet for Bed Wine, Sweet - First for White Wine, Sweet First for Red Wine, Port Type First for Red Wine, Sweet In all 5 Fints, 3 Seconds, and 1 Third First for Fall Bodied Dry Wine First for Fall Bodied Fraity (Port Type) First for Sheiry First for Port (Light Colored)1 First for Port Type (Dark) In all 5 Flrgis,7 Seconds, and l IhfriL WALTER REID & CO LTD. SHE MEKTS, ROCKHAMPTON.

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Religious Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Heligious Services. ^-oOo— On Good Friday the usual-religious ser vices were held at 7 a.m. The Communion ot the Lord's Sapper wm held at he Methodist Ohotch, there being a good at tendance. of adherent*. The Bev. Allan HngheB officiated. At 8t. Peter's Church ante-Communion was held at 7 a.m , and the three hours' service fronl 12 noon to 8 p-m. There was nlso a preparation for Easter Day in the evening. On Easter Say.the fall choral Eucharist at 7 a.m. was a beautiful service, and was attended by other than communi cants. The church bad been prettily and neatly deeorated. Along the aisle and on the leotern, font, pulpit, and other portions were foliage and bouganvillea, (while the fine, pot plants from "The Acacias," bb usual, materially assisted in the decorative scheme. On the altar, "with its pare.white embroidered frontal, were two tall candles, on pillars on either side were two others used only on festal occasions. The Rnv. P. E. Demuth was celebrant throughout the day. The ...

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

W. DANAHER. Registered Q.T.O , . and A.J.G. Member of Tattereal^R Ulub, Brisbane now OPERATING^" Doncaater Handicap, April Uth. Sydney Cup, AJpU 17th. Starting price all local aaM B«(rth-, era ©vents. no utisr t. • ' , .SuflBoient Address— y w. danahee. bftttbanb. Barcaldine Amateur RacingClub. ■ HACK RAClf MEETING . Proceeds In aid of SOLDIEIIS MEUOBIAL FUND. £2o Programme £20 For all liorses that have not been paddocked for the meeting of the Barcaldine Amateur Annual Race Meeting, and heve not won a prize exceeding the value of Five Pounds. Grassfed only. Saturday, 20tb May, "22. programme. First Race to start 2 p.m. ARMENTIERES HACK HANDICAP, - £3;, second horse 10/- from, prize. For all horees that have never won a race. lOst. 6 furlongs. Second Race to start 2.30 P.m. SOMMH HACK HANDICAP, £3/10/-; second horse 10/- from prize. 4 furlongs. Third Race to start 3 p.m. YPRES HACK HANDICAP, S4; sec ond horse 10/- from prize. 6 fBr longs. Fourth Race to start 3-30 p.m.' DIGGERS HACK...

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