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Four Children. EXTRAORDINARY MATERNITY CASE. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

  Four Children.   EXTRAORDINARY MATERNITY CASE. LONDON, March 13.           An extraordinary maternity case oc- cured at Brentford, near London, a fort- night ago, when Mrs. Carter gave birth to triplets all of whom died within three days. A week later Mrs. Carter gave birth to a fourth child which was still born. The wo- mna was then taken to a hospital where she succumed.          

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Death Preferred. LONDON, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Death Preferred. LONDON, March 13.         The Geneva correspondent of the "Daily Express", states the suicide of the bride on the altar steps ended a marriage in the Roman Catholic Church at Lindau, Lake Constance. When Uraulein Moser Pretty, a 20-year-old girl, took her place beside her husband to be and the priest said : "Will you have this man to be your wedded hus- band , ?" "N0 No" replied the girl, "I love another. My parents know it ; and I       would rather die." She then drew a re- volver, from a satin satchel concealed in a bunch of lillies, shot herself in the head and fell mortally wounded at the priest's feet. The unfortunate girl died as she was being removed from the church. Local opinion is incensed at the parents trying to force the girl to marry a wealthy man, twice her age, after the girl had pleaded to be allowed to break off the engagement, and to the last moment it was ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Charleville Bore. THE NEW BORE LINKED UP. CHARLEVILLE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Ttíe Gharlëville Bore. -¡ o : -: THE NEW BORE LINKED UP. CHARLEVILLE, Wednesday . The new . Alfred-Street, bore was con- nected, and Jinked on to the^towh last night " and^the water,turned on, tmuch to the de- light "pf towhfolk. With such a good flow of wjiiter Charleville can now boast of be- ing, the best watered town in Queensland, havingxt;wo splendid bores in the town giv ingJ>Ra"ter..of the best quality at a .great pressure. , The Alfred-Street water, however, is at nearly boiling point. The Queensland National Bank has promised to grant Charleville Town Coun- cil a loan of £l'0,500,forran electric lighting scheme. »>R, 'may be mentioned that the Town Council already has an overdraft of £5000 at the bank and the Ratepayers As- sociation is fighting hard to block the loan, contending that-the rates-are already too high and"at breaking point, nnd that there Is too much depression in industry at pres- ent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

ioOoo -ooOoo -ooOoo -ooOoo r a WOMAN HOME The special women's pages give her the Fashion -secrets. The social notes keep her in touch with the social whirl. "Household Hints" give her many valuable cooking re- cipes ana many other things she wants to know. The Serial Story, published daily, gives her pleasant reading for her spare mo- ments. «THE DAILY MAIL'» IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK DAY AND SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION BATES. I Póstame paid within the Commonwealth : Dally Paper: Quarterly . .. ». .. ,. i.» 14/ Hair-Yearly. 28/ Yearly. 66/ Saturday only (per An.) .. .. 14/ Sunday Jffail (per An.) .. . ,i 15/ j The Daily Mail ? 292-294 QUEEN-STREET, m » BRISBANE. m Seriea 3. ~~ f % ililli.HI OOQOO OOQO-1 OOOOO o O o Ä o ooOoc ¡¿S/W«*»';, -v'^v ; miter Every Meal KEEP SMILING? !Ä¥S^Pli^1?^'-,'?"t*1^ blasest" tlireepeimy-wortli ^ JaÉ^dc,wortd to-day: ^ vv''^^W' ^lllllwurs of WRIGLEY'S, the world's flncst-fla ;^ voiared and longest-lasting Sweetmeat In o _Jg||íÍ(|alcd. packet for3d. :^.Í¿¿.:;Ín= ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

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Murder Mystery. THE WARBURTON CASE. VALUABLE CLUES OBTAINED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

irder ery; -.?-,:;o Utttt-t THE WARBURTON CASE. VALUABLE CLUES OBTAINED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Parts of jaw, .a piece of rib/ and frag- ments of skull and limbs have been found by the detectives ^engaged in unravelling the mystery of the supposed murder of Mrs. OverallMVat ^Warburton. The detec- tives liow^aye no_.j doubt that the woman > met her end by yioïence^ The river run- ning near, her house has "provided valuable clues and^the search, Js being continued.

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The Mindini. CREW AND PASSENGERS ARRIVE AT CAIRNS. PROCEEDING SOUTH TO-DAY. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

. TÏte Mindini. CREW AND. PASSENGERS ARRIVE AT *. CAIRNS... ' . PROCEEDING SOUTH TOrDAY. -S .< ,1 BRISBANE, Thursday. I. ¿The Morinda arrived at Cairns ..early this 'njlorning with "the crew and passengers of the wrecked Mlndini. They will all be - "l transferred^to the Marella to-day and will proceed south by her. ¿ - CAIRNS, Friday % i With decks strewrt with luggage and all Irailable accommodation overtaxed the orinda arrived here yesterday with the ew an dpassengers of the wrecked Min- ni. The Miriami passengers stated that. e vessel drove- full speed straight on to e reef, but there was no disorder, the 'eboats being got out with great precision id the passengers transferred with their ggage. The boats then commenced their mile journey to Beacon Islet, but owing tides and a hea\y swell, 14 miles were vered before reaching land. Women and lildren suffered rather severely on the ip owing to the heat. The Islet was found be absolutely baiuen. The Tauru Chief, ilch went ...

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LAKE EYRE. THE MYSTERY LAKE [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

; ' ; /LAKE EYRE. -.-\j - ^<o ---- ; o ; ' - r THE MTSTERY^I-4KB ^Vv*" _ABy JHaroW O Fletcher in "The australian "Z~^ ' ~ Museum Magazine.) < -^ r^'i¡;^¿áke^fex-re,-a vast expanse of salt "wáte£^>í ^{ffàr^nibre briny than the;sea, is-sitüatédrtó':^ Ä^the" interior :of ;South Australia, ~over ^five;.:?" ,ívVftüh'dred miles north of Adelaide, ' and^îS;;^,.. j; Jcnown to many people by name :only,.'-but'J% ifTtbe writer is one of the fortunate .onesi;wrhb¿¿¿¿ ^"Thas had "the opportunity of visitág-^ftás^^í I ,a member of a party of scierrtis^s wHo^_ntf^¿( ? there with the object of carry^hg^;oul:^¿&-¿-^ _jiumber of investigations."^' . J ^¿: ^>íí3,;v;¿> "'""...: The lake is divided 4nto two parts,«North Jy. *-'.iLake Eyre/ which Is ninety rriiles^long bycr^ ?Jßintty miles "wide, and connected by-ia. nar;.: y 'jiirow channel, ten miles in length,;; to- the>;L' ¿^southern {portionof,¿he'lake; which is forty - r -.Kmiles^iöng.vand.'fifteen miles :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

<_. BERGER'S PAINTL (prepared). ït is guaran- teed to give satisfaction. . m f ii li -li ii <» *' II I < . 1 .¿'ï S'a»" ^'ïï«£X_l^ --su . mu.iiiii^niiu lijíJfVíM M»**» **>M<***************** * S * * * I ?K ?*> * ?ii .K ?* * * * * * * "There is a tide in ¿/¡gaffaits of menrvhtch, iaieii at the floods leads oh jto fortune." £5,000 it provided by the , Golden Casket Ii may be fot you Who ¿notus ? BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW ! Do not fail to participate tu Di atvings which take place about eieiy foi Inn;ht 813 R r ¡ace 3 £5,000-10 _B5 (Subieei to 121% Federal T»x) IOD 000 tickets at 5/3 each add id pottage when writing direct to include P»esuh Slip. Tickets »re 6/1 through agents The e are no promoters-profits proceeds In ?ld of Queensland Hospitals Conducted an! Drav\n under authority and supervision of Queensland Government There is no embargo on ihe dehvrry cf mail to the Golden Casket Office \ MAHONHHP & PATTISON / J. CHRISTMAS and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

}?---. SCOT-OSS TO STATION'^OWNERS __NJ¡|*£* - Va "=* SELECrCORS ^____. ¿HE6UN & RE^IIVTA^A fj. - .J^CLate JACK ELLIS. Jl^J^Çg? to intitrrate that J^Ehey are^ñ ./8¡Y»¿ to send a Cönipotant »Man" ariy-ivT; ESÏI.E Oßition ie in the District, so" Chat1" the jiecegáacy oik can be done pn the-spot. v>~ "*-_-; ^ They ha\ e also secured ihe services. "Sf^ je well-known saddler, JOSH MANN/.-Pr"3^ liny yeai s in Uusiness "heréf -arid 'w^-bsoj^. addie aie famous far and wide. He 'cah t'-T1 iKe any class of salcHe.vequireaUV^ ¿-'J1^ mmmmo& r_Nr^ÄJ_-_C_« ^SÊêï&êêêêêêêëÊSê,. ;»^j^p.:Ä;aaBi!sp| |||ii|Ë|S^ ^¿fëïSçài: Highest qualityJ SS^Ies^nd-l J / Har ness at Bed. ; ? ir^tPricest ;-i ;;¿¿ yfe:, EERFECT FITTING. ; ¿: 1 F^yPMîtf^ckïu^ lastr four^eapl l'PLÎASrS ÎEÈË JÚREOS; "^^i^tés-igîyeri^f £&$;".'"' £oU1rSÍ!&0^^^ H' <itbntiP^tpi^ou^iî^ëd^P^spnàï $3upeç5^ ^?^^ion¡íeaf^ i;Wey&pecialide:?tä , .-^^ànteë /Öur^iWprki r^^^ilï^j:anywbe^^û:^ í...

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BIG CRICKET HARTIGAN'S ELEVEN v. CENTRAL WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

BIG CRICKET -: o : HARTIGAN'S ELEVEN v. CENTRAI* ' WEST. At 20 minutes past 11 Hartigan and J. A. Shield went to the wickets Hartigan taking the strike to the bowling of Moffat and the popular Roger opened hia account off the third ball with, a single. Shield' sceured a single off the fifth ball and Hartigan ad- ded another, giving a possible run-out chance. Thorpe send down a good -over a single by Hartigan being the only result. Off Moffat Hartigan placed the ball through the slips for 1 and Glasson picked up well. Thorpe's over produced 8 runs and Harti- gan skied Moffat's fifth ball to the outfield where Willcocks running back brought off a magnificent catch 1-12-16. P. C. Thomp- son followed and Thorpe send down a good over off which 1 run was scored. Shield touched Moffat's fourth delivery and Boyd accepted 2-5-18. Farquhar followed and opened his account with a single, and ad- ded 2 by dragging Thorpe to leg. Rowe relieved Moffat and Thompson sent to the ropes for 4 his last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

?*.|.-am-«UM W. ELGAR THETennisRacqüetRepajr-R 57-59 Sydney Arcadi. Corner Georges King $ig sydney. r estrufig throughout, Superior English Lamb Gut ¿llOO English Best -?1-5Q - y<î^m&tt5TRINGS.D0WN0RCR05î N?2 WfygJT 9P PER STRrNG . ^^arRACQUCTS SENT FWRCEUS POSI «1^ COST 99 CASH WITH ORDERS. I AM FfeOMPT WITH COUNTRY ORDERl MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events IiOcaV and Southern. \ ' . ;. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For All LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Eattison 78 (Shop). . Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). . P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. PADDY KING, TATTERSALLS HOTEL, BLACKALL, " Phones 169, 77, and 21, Wishes to Notify the Sporting: Public of Longreach that lie has opened a SPECIAL BOOK on the FOY CU P. All Wires and Letters Attended to No Reply-No Business. S

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THE OFFICIAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

THE OFFICIAL »INNER. . / An official dinner was tendered the vis- itors at the Imperial Hotel on Monday night -when Mr. R., L. Peterson presided, tnd the Chairman of the Shire Councilbeen (Mr. T. F. Barker) was also present. An apology was-received for the absence of the Longreach Cricket Association. (Dr. Hope Michod). A short toast list was honoured, brevity being the order of the evening. After the loyal toast had been honoured Mr. Peterson, in proposing the health of the.visitors, made a humourous speech, in which he stated that the Visitors had been otherwise described as Roger's Merry Men. They were a band of good sports, and by the time their tour was through " they would have journeyed 1900 miles, taking 21 days to do the journey, and playing on 13 days. Cricket, he understood, became hard work after the third or fourth day. Mr. Peterson then reviewed the team from the viewpoint of the younger members, dho had christned their captain as the "King ' Ziff," and the vice-captai...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

-4- . MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. j Messrs Dalgety and Oompany, Ltd., j 'Rockhampton, are in receipt of "the foi- j lowing telegram from their Melbourne j office, under date of 20th" instant :-"Of- j fered 2000 bales to-day, selection only or- j dinary and crossbreds predominating. j Competition was very keen and general j from all section of the trade, the market j being fully on a par or slightly better than j the closing sales of last week. Highest ' pi'lce for merino 30d, comeback 2fljd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

i ''i*? J-* r;í«. ^ .¿Cn At »V GENTLEMEN ! You who choose high class wear ing apparel ! Right her e in Longreach we are at your service with all the latest and newest in Hats, Boots, Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Pyjamas, Hoisery,etc. SMOKERS! You ask for the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes. We can offer you everything worth offering. * ?IT*- - && The success of pur General Grocery department is well known to you. Our wholesale Wine and Spirit department is replete with all of the leading brands in case or draught. Twentyfive years of experience are behind our enterprise. \ All cost savings in the keenest markets are passed to our clients. ' ~ * f All our efforts are devoted to the satisfaction of our patrons. * .* iif w GENERA L ME R CHANTS LONGREACH »«6»<e»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

FOR PRIVATE SALE. THE WELL-KNOWN SHEEP PROPERTIES-"SIBERIA" and "EDKINSTONE" «EDKÏNSTONÊ", SITUATED about 50 mile« from WINTON and 85 miles from LONGREACH, ad- joining "MOSCOW" and "SIBERIA". », ' " \ Comprises an Area of 58 square milesPatoral Lease expiring on the 31st De , ' cemtier, 1923, at an annual rental of 55/6 per mile with priority right to select. The Country comprises Best Description of well shaded Downs, free from Dogs, considered equal to anything in the Longreach District. It is watered by an Artesian Bore, with an unlimited pumping supply, fitted j "With 27ft. Comet Mill and also a water supply from the "Moscow" Boi'e. 1 It is fenced and subdivided into 2 Sheep and one Horse Paddock, and a good set of Drafting Yards and Boundary Riders' Hut. The Stock comprise 6000 Ewes of mixed Ages, joined with Deniliquin Stud Park Rams first week February. 12 Horses. ALSO "SIBERIA" Situated 38 miles from WINTON on the Longi'each Winton Road, connected by telephone with Winton an...

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A Long Exile. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

A Long Exile. ' De Vriez, a French boy who was lost int 1916, has returned to his home at Bruay t>even years' adventures. Aged 11, he fol- lowed after a French» regiment ^-marching past his home. A captain picked him up on the roadside,, where he had-.fallen asleep^ and took him to Verdun. "There he experi- enced the horrors of the siege, became ill. and was sent to Paris. When he recoverey ?B SB p3J[jo.M. puB.tuni3{3H o* pajapu-cw ait mechanic, but in 1922 enlisted in the Bel- gian army. He suddenly remembered "that he had an aunt in'Bruges, and called there. She telegraphed to the father, -who had ' been fruitlessly searching for the boy for years.

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

Rifle Shooting. A simultaneous match between Longreach and The Caves will be shot off on Sunday afternoon next. Each Club will be repre- sented by six shooters. Mr. J. .Martin will act as coach for the Longreach team and shooting will commence' at 2 p.m. sharp.

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Correspondence. LONGREACH PUBLIC HOSPITAL. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

LONGREACH PUBLIC HOSPITAL. j (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). | Sir,-Under your obituary column you were good enough to give publicity to the death of my mother, Mrs. Norah Clough sey, and on behalf of my sisters and my- self I desire to thank you. The subject is a painful one to nie to have to refer to, but I think it my duty to pub- I Hely draw the attention of the Committee i of the Hospital to a matter which concerns all who may be placed in the unfortunate. \ position of having to close the eyes in death j of their loved ones in the Longreach Pub- ] lie Hospital. "Man's inhumanity to Man -, j makes countless thousands mourn," and, it , is not to the deathbed in a public institu- tion that you look to have this exempli- fied, but I regret to have to state how I had this experience. I will therefore give the facts, leaving the public to judge. Although my poor old mother had run in years her allotted span of three score years and ten, she was just as dear to her family and she...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

HEAD OFFICE ~^J¡y¡¡>x<*r . 8YDNEy# ;^v' " OPEN FOR ALU CLA88ES OF ;. General Banking Business In thaPrinclpal Cities and Town» of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2). ** Savings Bank Department J «tall Branches, and Savings Bank Äffendes at 3189 Post Offices through oùt.the Commonwealth of Au»tralla.Territories of Papua and New Quinta, Solomon Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. ; 3à% Interest on Deposits up to «i.Opa _ >"; /.' ";' '3% Interest on Amount« over £1,000 un/to £1,300. Deputy Governor: -, ?'-. - Governor: .; . v . .?' < JAMES KELL Sir DENISON MILLER, K.OM. &s, TIP TOP SHIRKS. When it comos to SHIRTS, you- will; fina the:value js^ "all there" right up,to .the Collar if you make STEWART'S your purchasing centre. ?/ '" Tennis Shirts. MENS' WHITE MERCERISED TENNIS ..SHIRTS, furnished with Collar and Pocket,-sizes 14a. to ITS. .»Price 5/5 each. . -? . '. . ?.., MENS* WHITE MERCERISED" TENNIS SHIRTS, furnished with Col...

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