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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Try the "Champion" columns for your advertisement-It' will pay yon. For letterheads, memos, fcUIhMds, tags, circulars, dodgers, fte-, try the "Champion" Offloct

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

Jt is $ood It i$ a sure and quick remedy for many things.. SBovoel disorders, Stomacfi troubles, ailments of tSe Kidneys and SBladder I Jt felp* in eases of 9t6eumatism. .Jt clears tde blood tfirougf) t(je Stidnvyi Gton't accept any substitute, you 9mstgetlde gepuine. AlQfiM for WtiiiMntifcr .MM -V_ »;? l|Vi:WK«HHKa»;h ? . ? ART UNIONS ? 9Cr.TJ5JgVS.SSrt 5 , WM>» W 100,000 a £5000 to £5 | ., to *«W IWM *«.> ? .MM Ad^tkul PtiM Money a Alt lMltw* Mm .»)»«( f 1* J0ES.4AGKS0N * Agent BjA 86 A 10 I NC. X.TJCAA K>Uf iMn Qoms It, B V»l Bay Your Furniture md- ftnMllngi OIM®® quality wuwfrctoWrtJ they cost no nan AuibqrfaiCtheothet .art ttwi|b tekn. ? We ham for over £0 'ywn» «?* «r ?»«*» « teonmUy kprttluoeglwiitQueeni ^'ln.1 for the n** "Hlxco" C*t» logo* I It b the wrnt hripfol forauhing caulofoe yet printed In the Sute It ii free fat the «*Ung-Addr«* yew letter* m ttlegnun* BrlabaiM." lOtfml Cwri- AUawmm < (. Omntre (Mm> CASK OK TtKMB mum) GMtftSbMt Briabue MORE LE...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wales N-S-W. POLITICS. MORE TAXATION; REDUCING MEMBERS' SALARIES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

New South 'Wales X-8-W. POLITICS. MORE TAXATION; REDUCING MEMBERS' SALARIES Sydney. HViilav. The Assembly, after an all-night $ttlng,i ptafsed a Bill Imposing an additional tax of (!. In the £ on ta*-j able Incomes for the present year. The State Treasurer states the pre sent debt iof New Boath Wales total led £16,700,000. X Bill trap also Ipassefl {to refflice the Salaries b? member^ Opposi tion members strongly opposed .|>ofti measure^.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGES REDUCED. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

"WAGES REDUCED Brisbane. Friday.' In the Arbitration Court yesterday Judge MeC^wley granted a reduction of 6/ fcer 'week In the wages of the bakers and pastry cooks award In the Southern and Central DlvlsloSg.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SERIOUS MUTINY. Lahore, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

A SEBX0V8 MUTINY. Lahore, Thursday. A" serlona mutiny has taken place In thfe Presidency Jail Stf Oalcnttau Prisoners attempted to break past the gates, necessitating the tose bt flrctaiina* Three dead late reported ao tar, bnl the total had not yet been ascertained. The feriBoners also Bet lire to several buildings, which the Are brigade attended to. 'Aimed troops (and police were detfjjatched to the scene of the trouble- Tlje jail is now under military control, and the situation is in' hand, so that no further trouble is expected- "Hie mutiny was apparently caused by discontent among the convicts owing to a belief that political prisoners were accorded more favorable treat ment than the others. The trouble came to a head when a warder was alleged to have struck a Mohamme dan, an insubordinate prisoner. 1800 convicts refused to parade, in the meantime arming themselves with sticks and sledge hammers, or anything- They attacked the war ders and intended to rush the gates, and set fi...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE GENOA CONFERENCE. TUNING UP RUSSIA. Genoa, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

TEE GENOA* CONFERENCE. TONING UP' RUSSIA. Genoa. Thursday. The Allies' Mote, which will be presented to the Russians to-morrow, will be practically an ultimatum de manding unequivocal replies on the four principal points:-First, payment ot war debts, either entirely or with a reduction based on Russia's capa city to pay; secondly, payment of pre-war debt, with granting, if nec essary, of a reasonable moratorium; thirdly Indemnity for all damages caused to foreigners; fourthly, re stitution of confiscated property. The Allies are ^rawing up three other points. An endeavor will bei made to enforce Russia to reply at the earliest moment In order to close the Conference before May 10th. Later. $fr. Uoyd-George, In the copse of a Bpeech here, took a serious view of the European situation. He stated they were on the edge of a volcano and unless the Genoa Conference succeeded probably he and other grey-halroa persons would live to Bed a storm break, as the clouds on the horizon were, growi...

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

DYNAMITE EXPLOSION Madrid, Thursday. Dynamite stores at Malaga ex ploded and wrecked public buildings over an extensive area- Twenty-five dead bodies have been recovered, the majority being officials and mem bers of employees' families.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIALISATION OF INDUSTRY. FEDERAL ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S ADVICE. Brisbane, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

SOCIALISATION OF DTOVSTBY. FEDERAL ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S ADVICE. Brisbane, Friday. Hon. Ij. Groom, Federal Attorney General, addressing a meeting of business men yesterday, said when dealing with matters of social con cern, that the time haa come when those who stoo^ for constitutional' authority would have to fight for the principle of Individual initiative by propaganda and force against the at tacks made against society as it was now constituted, the wanton object being the socialisation of Industry which would land Australia wbere Russia was to-day. He appeale^ for unity of action in the political strug gle ahead.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. OIL FIND VALUELESS. Brisbane, Friday 9 a.m [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

STATE AND INTERSTATE Queensland. By Telegram. OIL FIND VALUELESS Brisbane. Frirtnv 9 a The reported find of oil in the Eme rald district has been investigated by a Government geologist and found to be valueless.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANOTHER WORLD FLIGHT. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

AJfOTHEE WORLD FLIGHT. Ixradon, Thursday The "Pall Malt Gazette" says that notwithstanding the Ross Smith tragedy plans were well advanced for another air flight round the world* The pilot, a former air offi cer, Is now employed on the work' The Air Ministry hare specially de signed a flying boat of huge dimon slons to be built for the route, whlih Is propose^ westwards, starting at Lisbon*

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HUNGER-STRIKING NO GOOD. Johannesburg, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

HUNGEB-STEIKING NO GOOD Johannesburg, Thursday. It appears the hunger strike among the prisoners awaiting trial was of very short duration- It commenced on Tuesday and ended on Wednes day night, when there was a great demand for dinner. There were no refusals at breakfast this morning.

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

Muttaburra Amateur Turf Club. Fourth Annual Race Meeting, Thursday and Friday, June 15th and 16th, 1922 GRASSFED. PROGRAMME ? FIRST DAY. . 1st Raco to start at 11 a.m. 1. MAIDEN PLATE, 5 furlongs, ITrophy valuie £7/7/-. 1st prize value £6/5/-, 2nd (prize value £2/2/. For all horses that have not won a race. Weight-for-ag-e with 2 stone. 71bs. add&). Entrance 6/. 2nd Race to start at 11.46 a.m. 2. 1st HACK RACE,, 4 furlongs. Tro phies value £7/7/-. let prize £5/6/, 2nd prize trophy £2/2/. 11 stone up Entrance 6/-. LUNCHEON. 3rd Race t° start at 2 p.m. 3. MXTTTABURRA BRACELET, 7 furlongs. A handicap. Trophies value £42. 1st prize Biracelet 30 .guineas; 2nd prize Bracelet £7/7/ 3rd prize Bracelet £3/3/-. Ail horses to be nominated by ladies. Entrance 20/-. 4th Race to start at 2.45 p.m. 4. WIN wiCK HANDICAP, 6 furlongs 1st Trophy value £16/16/- presented by Mrs. Herbert R. Brookes. 2nd trophy £3/3/-. Entrance 10/-. 6th Race to start at 3.45 p.m. 5. 2nd HACK RACE. 5 furlongs. A ...

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR Aramatic Letter From Our Own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

OQI1 MAMAC LETE From Our Own Correspondent. The weather keeps very dry and dusty with no appearance 01 rain, which is badly needed at the present time to freshen, things up for the winter. The following are the traffic returns of the tramway for March-Revenue' -General Goods, 251 tons, £482/0/4; timber, seven tons, £11/9/2; wool, 2642 bales, 467 tons, £563/16/-; stock .12/J11 sheep, £124/4/; passengers 1st elnss, 123 £65/6/3; 2nd class, 288 £112/15/10; miscellaneous, £130/16/8; total, £1430/8/3. (1921, £927/15/3). Expenditure-Salaries and wages, £189/19/3; maintenance, £223/19/8; coal, £95/6/8; railways-Rent, £33/6/8; mileage, £17/6/9; daily charge on trucks, £10/17/9;' loco, expenses, £487 /8/1; office expanses,, £4/14/6; con struction. £50; claims, £8; telephones, £10/1/5; railways-adjustment of ac counts - £75/13/8; miscellaneous, £2/6/-; total. £12S3/7/7. (1922, £892 8/1). The usual monthly meeting of the hospital committee was held on 10th inst. Mr. E. W. Bowyer was in the chai...

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

Unsolicited Letter from a Mail Order Customer. m/sav cCc**~^tia/ _ dU+*jt QaSK'H iy?U><6w J" (Uiv, ~&nl oumA O^CL y /wmk. s'&lcC- t"s.o*oLs_ *4cLfa*^»~4z£<rvu , (/frUJ&Srg. <y&w%. ISN'T THIS LETTER CONVINCING ^ Mr C. E Gilbert is our special repri.'Nflntnlive for your <lisirict, It you mis- him «rito direct to u-tor new Beacons patiein books and oom- m pjeti' efts> self-measurement outfit, we will^ "* ^ . post them by return moil anfi guarantee the same satisfaction exprem-ed above or your /? money back. In Purchasing the Popular Tiust-Proof(Jcrsets You are well Protected Every Pair-rcgardloea of price-is GUARANTEED not to RUST, BREAK or TEAR. fv Comfort in more ways than one. our draper stocks them. Masai Catarrh One of tbe commonest affections we flnS' people, especially children, suffering la Australia are those of the nose. Doctors when , consulted declare the only method of curing1 the defect Is b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

THE I.X.L,. Bakery, OAK-STBEET, BABGALDDIX. 'Phone 55. Fresh Bread Delivered Dally. Bona' Friday' Brown Bread. J P. (TOONNELL, BAfcEK AND PA8TBY COOK. BABC*L8IIi8» ' is ihis Man Popular ? £ IT'S NOT THE MAN, IT'S THE <; PAPER HE IS READING. |> BRISBANE'S BRIGHTEST 4 DAILY. r« THE BUSINESS MAN / keeps himself abreast of t>.3 ? times by reading the "Mail" «' regularly. The Three OK : ?' Services the "Mail" ion- r mands publishes all Import! ? r, happenings at the tarlu..; <, moroont. \ THE MAN ON THE LAND !" keeps himself well lnfoiu.- 1 ? by the live stock and uii.su- . 1 reports puhiisncd daily is', 't i.<* ..Mail." >' THE SPORT ? gets live sporting inforuistk:< / From the Sporting Columns oi the "Mail" conducted V;/ «" "kibdae." r( THE WOMHN FOITS . J. Expert i" ii1- .J and Socinl B« Writers look alter thin Section, giving all the important bap- r' pcnlngs in the social whirl .l and the overcharging Ideas i;i t; tho Fashion World...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMARKABLE SURGERY. Brussels, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

REMARKABLE SURGERY. Brussels, Wednesday. Doctor Gianolla, assisted by two other doctors, performed a remark able operation on a male child seven days old which was born with two heads. One was normal, the other larger, but undeveloped. The doctors successfully removed the second head.

Publication Title: Western Champion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tennis at Barcaldine. Jericho Defeats Catholic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Tennis at Barcaldine. *-uw Jericho Defeats Catholic Club. The representative players of the Jericho Tennis Club journeyed to Barcaldine by Saturday's mail train, on 15th April, for the purpose of playing a mixed doubles tournament against the local Catholic Club. The visitors were met at the station by the Catholic Club's committee and suitably weloomed at light refreshment. In the evening they were the guests of the Catholic Club at the Paddy's Market and Dance. Easter Sunday broke an ideal day for tennis and the Catholic Clubs courts, nicely prepared for the occasion, presented a gay appearance. The following were the teamsCatholic Club-Messrs. J. Lennon, J. McAllister, F, O'Brien, and H. Burns; Micses N. Devery, M. Moeasenger, A. Murnane, and N. Hud son. Jericho team-Messrs, B. Wilson Leslie Powell, Laurence Powell, and Gr Hntton; Misses D. Blossom, D. Atkinson Tj Heffernan and G. Wall. In all sixteen sets were played, of whict the Jerioho representatives annexed thirteec and the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. CONDITIONS STILL UNSETTLED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

CABLE SERVICE. By Cablegram. AFFAIBS XBELAHD. CONDITIONS STILL. pjiSBlJELED. Zjondon, Wednesday lord Justice Moore, opening the Belfast Assises, said it was no use blinking the toot that a population fcf 400,000 waa being held up,by 800 {Criminal b. since February there had been 97 murders, 67 attempted murders, 150 bouBe-breafclng cases, SW0 robberies, an^ 37 endangering lite. The eltuation ia tense atMullengar la view ot Do Valera's yislt (Sunday. Rival forces are. fortifying PUblio buildings, and as a pro jection against both Red Amy .Workers are organising^ phe town ttlp is terrified. Looting on a (huge scale is prevalent. Several Jtfg guns have been brought in, Wndows have been commandeered, buildings sand-bagged. Re publicans attacked a lony-ioad of jft»e State soldiers in Market jSguare. Streets were deserted sarel tor combatants, six Republicans ;1rore captured. 'Official correspondence between Wr James Craig and^ Mr. COIUub T been Issued in Belfast. This Indicates that the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Millinery Bargains PU1MS*S. TO make room for more Footwear and General Winter Supplies, we are compelled to clear Our Millinery Stocks. We quote a few lines to give an idea of the Reductions. Ladies' Mastic Straw Model, redaced from 60s to 20s Ladies' V. ftose and Mastic Model, reduced from 42s to 21s Ladies' Piuk Cropfe-de-Chine, trimmed with net and flowers, reduced from 37B 6d to 15s 6d Ladies' Smart Toqne Shaped, in V. Rose, Saxe, very nicely trimmed, reduced from 3Cs to 15s each Ladies' Saxe Crepe-de-Chine Model, trimmed with spray flowers, redaced from 47s 6d to 30s Child's White Straw HatB, trimmed with lace and flowers, redaced from 18s 6d to 10s 6d Child's Champagne Silk and Straw Hats, redaced from 22s 6d to 14s 6d Child's Mastic Straw Hats, pink trimmings, redaced from 25s to 15b each Reductions from To-Day. FOR CASH ONLY. C. B. PLUMB & CO., DRAPERS AND BOOTERS, PARK'S BUILDINGS, BARCALDINE.

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Recent Publications. [Newspaper Article] — The Western Champion — 29 April 1922

Recent Publications.! ' Hie Grand Magazine. A striking complete story, entitled " The Under-study,'' is the special feature ot the April number of the " Grand Magazine." The writer is Gilbert Frankau. Other well-known writers of fiction who con tribute are Marjorie Bowen, A, 11. Barrage, W. Donglaa Newton, Angus Philips,' Edgar Wallace, A. G. Greenwood. &o. The photo gravure section, depicting stars o( the stage and scraeB, will appeal to many, so will other features of " The Grand," The Yellow Magazine. " The Yellow Magazine" for March 24th claims to be the " king of magaaaneB" and the issue under notice is certainly a most acceptable aggregation of interesting fiction. A. M. Butrage opens a series of " Knightly Adventures of Sir Archibald," the first obapter dealing with tbe slaying of the nnioorn. Anthony Oarlyle's serial story, "The Tavern and the Arrows," is oontiBued, and a further baker's dozen ot well-knbwn writers contribute of their best to while away leisure houra...

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