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Latest BY WIR[?] CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. MORE MURDERS AND REPRISALS FIGHTING IN BELFAST. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Latest CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AFF^IKS IN IRELAND* MORE MURDERS AND 'REPRISALS FIGHTING IN BELFAST. Londoo, Wednesday. ..Hostilities were, resumed in East Belfast to-night, when two Women and a man were killed Four persons were wounded. . Tfae trouble began as a re ' prisal for the murder of a boj.. The mob first burnt three bouses in Alter oar-Btreet. Tbe police' attacked the mob with rifle tire.' General fighting -Occurred later in Marine-street and . Dockbide-street, where children were -seriously wounded. Incendiary fires are reported elsewhere in Belfast. Order was eventually restored. Troops aro pah oiling the disturbed -areas. ' John Collins, a Catholic ex-Bervice mat, at Ramelton, Donegal, was t^ken oat of bis hoaee by armed men and shot. He wan le(t mortally woun ded by the roadside. Collins crawled tome and died. Collins was accased of'spying against the rebels. London, Thursday. A conterence has taken plabe be tween leaders Collins end de Valera te parties met at Dub...

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

ST. FAITH S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR Gl^-S. YEPPOON St. Faith's School is the second School toNbe establishes under the Diocesan Scheme of education. It is to be opened in October and will take pupils for preparation for the various public examinations up to the Senior University standard. « The site of the school is a magni ficent one without rival in Queens land within easy -Walking distance of the centre ot the rising seaeide town of YeiPpoon Preliminary prospectus' and other information can be obtained on ap plication to the Diocesan Secretary, Box 16, G.P.O., William-street, RockhamPton, or any of the Paro chial Clergy. OPENING IN JULY NEXT ST. PETER'S CHURCH OP ENG LAND SCHOOL (Boarding and Day) for BOYS and GIRLS at BARCAL This School is the first to be estab lished under THE EDUCATIONAL SCHEME OF THE DIOCESE OP ROCKHAMPTON, which has for its objects the provision for the Boys and Girls of Central Queensland of a sound General and Commercial Ed ucation based on the Princi...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"PALTRY CHEATS." GERMANY'S SECRET TREATY WITH RUSSIA. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

"PALTRY CHEATS.* GERMANY'S SECRET ' TRBATT WITH RUSSIA'. TiWidrn, Wpdnesdnv. The special onrrepoonflent of the 41 Daily Moil" 41 Telegraph" at Genoa, Colonel Repinefara. any* that, the Germans have lost touch and {rained nothinp by the aecrefc treaty with RnBsia. They figure »b paltry cheata, while their involved excuses are "pecionn, discordant, and nncon vinoing- Herr Wirth has not, appear ed thwraRhoat the nonrvy trick. Col. Repineton nddet " Tt is impossible to believe tbat eooh ap eatittiable and sttftiffh^torward character wonld not liaVe aeep ibattbe coup meant saori fioinjfvfcW- whole year's soocesb by a moment's 'weak aberration. These things mast be pitid for. The best chance of paying EYntice and saving Germany by the issue of an interna* tiocal loan may fall through otoing to the want of subscribers. Even Am sterdam will not lend money to Ger many with which to arm her Bol shevik allies." * Londoti, Thursday. Germany has been informed by the Powers that she most either w...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"FATTY" ARBUCKLE! J[?]s Angeles, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

"FATTY" ARBCCKLE! Tins Angeles, Wednesdky. Roecoe Arbnckie, who was ecqoittod of the chflrgf agaioBt him concerning the death of Virginia Rappp, iB much amazed at the order made by Mr. Hayes, head of potion picture pro ducers and diptribntore, uutiullingfthe arrangements fur the rcleaso of three Dew Arbuokle filmp. Arbuukle de clared, " It's darji»d funny, I thought I was on my way to a comeback."

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CATASTROPHY AT BELGRADE. Belgrade, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

.CATASTROPHY AT BELGRADE.. Belgrade, Thursday. A munition dump exploded at Monlstir station, and caused a tfbr rible catastrophy, It is •believed that hundreds of persons were kill ed, including , many soldiers in the barrafckB, which collapsed- A large party of children who were attend ing at achurcfi, which was wrecked, are buried in thfe ruins

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

Athletic Sports at Aramac. Under the auspices of the Axamac Athletic Oljib sports *er<) held <>n E.ster Mooday, and ureat interest was taitea ia the eeveral events. The results were ae follows Arurnuo Handicap, 120yd8 —First Heat —L. Field 1, O Webb 2 Time, llj; 2nd Heat— L. Ellem I, U Kingston 2. Time, lli- iiid ileal—M, Wrt'k.'i' 1, B Budgets 2 Time, 12 Semi Pinal—Weob I, Bod ges 2. Time, 11 2 SihB. Final—Ellems 1, Field 2. Webb 3. Time, 11 i-lOtb b*cb. M.-imtiion Handicap, 76y n—First Heat —C L ch 1, G Jensen 2 Time, 7 8-6ths. Second ieai—B. Kiu.ston 1, W Brown 2. rim'), 7i Third Hoat—L. F.i id 1, Webb 2 Tiro-, 7 3-5'bB Fin «l—Webb 1, Loch 2, Field 3 ^ritna, 7 8 lothe. Open Handicap, 100yds —first Heat— L Fioid 1. O Webb 2. Time, 10 1 5th. 2nd Hunt— J. Our itt 1, Cn tington 2 Time 9 3 6tus 3rJ Heat—D Le*is L, F. Sauer Time, 9 3 l'/tbs Hmi)—u'urbitt 1, Fit-Id 2 Lewi- 8. Time, 9 4-5th». Tbrowiug the C?ii:l»el. Ball -C. Loob. High Jump—D Lewis 1, W. Brown 2....

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

THE CAUSE liF CONSTIPATION. The must common cause ■>[ constipation is a l«ch of exercise necessary to keep the muscles or the bowels active. That is why constipatiou is often brought 0:1 t>y tnn frequent purgatives. They ;ict violently, perioruiini; the work of the bowels for them, snd so weaken them that they will not art without assistance. Cham berlain's Tablets will relieve constipation be cause instead of doing the work of the bowels they gently stinjulate them to voluntary action. Their frequentuno will not injure the most delicate person. Sold by (lugb Savage and A. Purnpll k jSons. THE HOUSE OF ECONOMY. 'ANTHONY HORDERNS' , Invite Yon |to Write for the Fashion Book It will come' to you M ton authoritative guide to the season's smartest styles and the most inviting economies. From its pages you can order your entire Autumn and Winter outfit with the fullest Confidence of satisfaction and the assuranoe of saving money. The variety for choice is wide—Hie qual ity of every...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Aramac Jockey Club. Soldiers' Memorial Meeting. A Great uccess. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 22 April 1922

Aramac Jockey Club. Soldiers' Memorial Meeting. A Great uctess. The "Undiors Memorial Race Meeting, held 'ill Tbu aJay, 18tb Apiil, w >8 verj well fat tend J, there being tullv ,H00 people on tbe cource 85 horEee passed through the yards, realizing JBfio 14a. All the events filled up well, and tne wultit g fields were excellent i he tote put thr ugh 1414 in. vestments at 6s. (X387 IOb.> fur the after* uooo. 1 he uum lier of inventors constitutes * record for .'n atternoon, and goes to prove hat there is plenty of money about. The officials of the Clu" carried out ih'.ir duties with enthueiaBin, and are to bs heartily thanked for their tiervicee, which were given nrutuitously. The starting, whiob was in the hand* of Mr W McBiidv (Bar cnidine>, was all that could be desired, not withstanding that he bad sotuo large fields to handle. The judjge s decisions gave every satisfaction. The fiuanuiul aide of the meeting was a decided *u:cess, the re sult being about .£180. The follo...

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

THANKS Mr. J. L. McLAUGHLIN wishes to thank the Surgeon, Matron, Sister   and Nursing Staff of Victoria Hospital for their kind attention to his wife through her serious illness in the Institution. IN MEMORIAM. Heffernan.-In loving memory of our   dear son Eric, died April 25th, 1917. Unknown to tbe world.     He stands by my side And whispers Dear Mother, Death cannot divide. Inserted by his sorrowing father, mother   and sister.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Commencing on Wednesday, 3rd May. WORTH OF Manchester Goods within - - - 10 Days. That means we mast sell £1000 worth of Manchester GoodB each day.. 1 We muBt do it; what is more we ar6 going to do it. We must make room for the unexpected arrival of some large shipments of Man chester Goods from Overseas. We are going to sacrifice £10,000 worth of of this New Season's Manchester Cotton Goods. We don't care a straw for profit or prices. All we want iB to reduce onr stocks and do it qnickly. There is no need for farther comment. Jadge for yourself. Oar priceB speak. On WEDNESDAY NEXT we commence this 10 days phenomenal sacrifice. The following Hdes give yon an idea of our Bargains:- * Plain White Sheeting good solid weight, will give excellent wear Width 64 inch 70 inch 80 inch 90 inch Usual Price , 2/6 8/3 3/9 4/llyd SALE . 1/9 2/3 (2/8 8/U# Special Offer Super Quality White Sheeting "HORROCKSES." -This is one of this firm's better qualities and is remarkable .value at these prices. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES & COMMENTS BY FREELANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

ijv Fl£1tl'!,ANCi: Referring to what is described as sauer unionism the Sydney "Tele graph- says that the new vote adopted by the railwayv unions is in significant harmony with the voice of the people that has made itsel heard through the ballot-box. I condemns red-raggery in fu T forms, and recognises that the only Hfectfvc arbiter between the claims o£ capEal and labor is applied rea son The Labor Government, with Its revolutionary tail, was not elected from office by millionaire^ but by the working masses whose numerical strength makes them su preme in this country, wheie every man has his vote, and one vote is as good as another. What the railway unions are now saving is only what a large propor tion of them said in the elecUon, when their voice mingled with that of the great majority of the cou try*S workers, unionised and non lionised, in a demand lor elimination of extremism and the re-establish meat of sane government. Jh| railway men propose round tame conferences to discus...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

FRANK E. HALL BARCALDINE, Has MOTOR GARS FOR HIRE. Two 6-Cyliader Bucks at your disposal. Phone 78. o ' Agent for Howard's "Triumph" Motoi Oyole, " Rover" Cycle and Sundries United States Motor Tyres, Eta. (yBaroaldine and District Agent for Tbe Celebrated. BUICK CAB8. MOTOR C4R_ h?& FOE Prompt Attention Ring up 'Phone 101. DAT OE NIGHT. CHARLEY MATHEWS, Proprietor, " Killarney Villa," lmth Barcaldine. " KENILWORTH," Private, Hospital, MAPLE and Aoacha- stbebts, BARCALDINE. -Outside Oases Attended. For particulars and terras apply to Phone 81. RUBY GREEN, A.T.N A The People's Gash Store ASH.BTP.EEX (opposite Gli'leograph), BARCALDIIfB. For your order for i «BOGBRKfiH or PRODUCE Bing PHONE 83 &. IE. 0TJIK1T, Proprietor. ^ustralian J||utual provident SOCIETY. A. EL PEARSON, District Representative. Address-c/o W. L. Walker, BAROALDINE. HARRY BURGESS,~ PRACTICAL TAILOR, BARCALDINE. Full range ot materials in stock to select Ijrom. > Tour own materials made up. CLEANI...

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Barcaldine Rugby League [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Barcaldine Rngby League -oOo-r fThe usual weekly meeting of the Barcaldine Rugby League was held at SJevery's Hotel on Thursday evening Hast, there being present-Messrs St. Park (chairman), W. Maltory, E. Vale, J. McQuaid, J. Farrell, J. J. Lynch, S- Hoy, T. J. O'Con Ibell, and S. Farrington and K. M. Quinn (referees), and J. McAlister '(secretary). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed A letter had been sent to the Rock hampton League asking for parti culars regarding their Charity Shield matches. A letter of thanks was sent to Mr H. Symonds thanking him for his (donation of a scoring board. Mr. S. Farrington reported that he refereed the senior game last Sun day, and that the Brigade team were Victorious by 9 to 3. The game was (played to a clean and sportsmanlike manner throughout. The President paid that both the ' retMees djd excellently and handled the games .well. Mr. J. McQuaid reported that he liad refereed the opening of the school fixtures on Wednes...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Metropolitan Notes Brisbane, 24th April, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Metropolitan Notes >oo< IWVVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVW**'' ? j Brisbane, 24th April, 1922. We have another legal scandal (Which brings the profession into dis repute and curse. The Queensland j legal men are, generally speaking^ . 0f a very high standard ol honesty, more especially when compared with {those of N-S-W. and other Southern States. There are many humane ?men amongst them too, who do not always exact the fee that the law permits. Many of them often help ? "lame dogs" over stiles, and say nothing about it. Solicitor Ernest fieiner has disappeared. His father -was a German pastor in the Boonah, and Rosewood districts, and he ha<j a brother, Louis, as honest a man who ever walked, practising, until; he idled, as a solicitor in Ipswich. The one who has. vamoosed has bad an Interesting career. He was very sharp mentally, and was expected to take honors in his final examination, which, for honors, is specially select ed and extremely difficult. Few men ever t...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Special Notice Column. Do yon want anything ? Have you unythiiig to sell P Have you lost or found something ? Meetings, &c. Advertisements in this column at special catea for CASH strictly in advance. If booked ordinary casual advertising rates will be charged. Maximum number of words under prepaid soale, 48. One Two Three < Insert. Inserts. 16 words ... 2/- 3/- 4/0 ?very additional eight words... 1/- 1/3 1/6 F. T. MoDONALD. Saddler and Har ness Maker, Oak-street, Baroaldine. 'All repair work undertaken. 'Phone 126 ItUBBABlT HONEY Guaranteed Pure- 71b. tins; 6/-. 141b tins, 10/-. Larger Quantities if required. C. Uoyd-JoneB, Agent. HARRY 8YMOND8, Baroaldine - Agent for Golden Casket, also Oon. sultatioh on forthcoming Rookhampton Gap -££000 for 6/6. Try your luok. Phone 18 QOLQIERS MEMORIAL FUND - A IO meeting of ladies will be held in the Masonio Wail on SATURDAY, April 29th, at 4 p.m. Business important. SI Clflinki TOWN CARTER ftc. s LCnllUllj B&roaldin...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Save Money on GROCERIES at GIBSON'S « ? DON'T get a mistaken ide& that you aro alway8 saving when you pay less for groceries. If you buy goods ot Inferior quality you ran the chance of securing Impure foodstuffs and so are playing with, your chances o£ good health and so pay more in the long ran. When you buy your groceries at Gibson's you can be sure ot getting fresh, good quality groceries and provisions that will cost you in many cases less than you would pay else where for inferior goods. X«et as have a trial order now and ire will show you yre can help you rave.-, ? ... a GIBSON'S Departmental Stor (J. H. BOLDBIHAIV) General Merchants, LONCREACH. THANKS. MRS M. Ef?an wishes to thauk Mr Albert George and Mr K J, Sbeeby for their thoagbtfalueea in getting out subscrip tion lists foi the banefit of mysslf and yoang family, on the death of my bugband, the late Mick Eaan, of Stoneheuge. My elucere thanks aro aleo due to all who showed their sympathy by subscribing to the lis...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barcaldine and General Budget [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

B&mleiH Budget In the Easter Session examinations of Bookhampton Grammar School, Master George Halvorsen secured the following percentages :-English 80, History 47, Geo graphy 76, Arithmetic 60, Algebra 99, Geometry 86, French 68, Chemietey 88, Physios 76, Bookkeeping 85. The bnilding contractors are very busy in the western blook, and GOOD the scene of devastation by the fire last year will be a thing of the past. Messrs. Cowan & Hinz have made a Btart with Mr. C. B. Plnmb'e shop, and it may be ready for occupation by show and race week. Messrs. Meachara & Luyland have been inconvenienced at the Paramount Picture Theatre for the want qf a particular kind of timbqr, bnt a large somber of seats are completed and sainted white. The interior iron walls are painted Indian Bed; indeed all the painting work is on top of the oarpenters. The new "Pictures" are supposed to be opened the middle of May. Mobbk. O'Brien & Co, are putting in vigorous work at the Co...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPENING IN JULY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

i OPENING IN JULY NEXT ST. PETER'S CHURCH OF ENG LAND SCHOOL (Boarding an^ Day) for BOYS and GIRLS at BARGAi. DINB. This School Is the first to be estab lished tinder THE EDITCATIONAIi SCHEME OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKHAMPTON, which has for its objects the provision lor the Boys and Girls of Central Queensland of a sound General and Commercial Ed ucation based on the principled pf Christianity and Citi>enshlpL Pupils will be prepared for the State School Scholarships. A first-class staff has been en gaged and there will be Separate Hostels for Boys and Glrtt The School is centrally feltaated In the healthy town of Bavcaldlne. Preliminary Prospectus fend all information on application to the Diocesan Secretary, Box XV, GP-O., William-Btreet, Rockhamptori, or any o! the Parochial Clergy.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Royal Society St. George. Twenty-Third Annual Celebration. Interesting Addresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Royal Society St. George. twenty-Third Annual Celebration. Interesting Addresses. ,Vbe Twenty-Third anniversary of the Barcaldlne Branch of the Royal Society of St. George was held in ihe Masonic Hall, on Monday even ing, the President, Mr. H. R. Chivers being In the cliair. On bis left was Mr. W. George, (Chieftain Of the Caledonian Association), and pn his right Lieut.-Col. J. Farrell, who represented the - Returned Sailors .nd Soldiers League of Australia. Included in the 40 or i so present Srere some half-dozen Past Presi dents of the Branch. The tables Were lavishly and daintily laid by Mrs. Chivers, wife of the President, and laden with good things, for Which Mrs. Chivers was responsible. ITherQ were some .beautiful roses and Other flowers principally from Miss Gunn's garden on the North Side. We cannot write too highly of Mrs. Chivers' efforts in preparing the spread and arranging everything; ?he Has evidently imbibed the Presi dent's patriotism and desire to make the annua] ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. FAITH'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, YEPPOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

8T. FAITH'S CHU RCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRL8. YEPPOON Hi Faith's School i» the second fggfcool to be establish^ under the CgOMean Scheme of Bducation- It fl (bo be opened In October and will tgjke puDlls for preparation for the JBrtooB public examinations up to iSKl Senior ..University standard Jgb» site of the school is a magnl Saeot one without (rival In Queens flllA within easy walking distance m Che centre of the rising seaside town of Yeppoab Preliminary Prospectus and other ljBt0raiatton can be obtained on ap (ttkjallon to the Diocesan Secretary, Boa 16, Q. P.O., ?William-Street, Rockhampton, or any of the Paro QbUl {Clergy. 1

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