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VISIT TO ILFRACOMBE SCOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

VISIT TO ILFRACOMBE SCOUR, The visitors were motored to Ilfracombe Tuesday morning, and spent an educative time in watching the wool scouring opera- tions at the Ilfracombe scour.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

R. D. MILLER, F.AXrS"' I 1' (l8 years with Edkins, Marsh) COMPANY SECRETARY AcorrNTANT AUDITOR" Etc., LONGREACH. * c 10' ANNOUNCEMENT. JOSEPH KENNA & CO., Joseph Kenna, F.C.P.A., F.F.I.A., F.C.I.S. Harold"1 F. Jones, A.C.P.A., A.F.I,A. * ..»i-«. We have the pleasure in announcing that we "have admitted as a .partner in our business, M?. Frederick Hopping of Rock- hampton, formerly our chief clerk. Mr. Hopping is an Associate of the Austra- lasian Corporation of Public Accountants and of the Federal Institute of Accountants. The name of the firm will be Joseph Kenna & Co. as heretofore. Longreach Branch Office-School of Arts Building, Eagle Street. Phone 292. P. O. Box 115. Local Manager : Conuac Hurst, A.I.C.A. A.F.I.A., A.A.I.S., A.A.A. d2 Harrup Bros. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS. WISH to notify the Retail Traders and Hotelkeepers of Longreach and District, that they can supply Cordials and Special lines of Aerated Waters of the very best quality. Try th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Aramac Notes. (From our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

-Aramac Notes. -: o :-. (From our Own Correspondent). -o . .Weather.-The weather is cooler but apart from one storm recently, yielding about an inch of rain, the prospects have not improved. The next three or four months will see heavy losses unless relief rains fall. Tennis.-The annual reopening of the local tennis courts eventuated on Satur- day last. Invitations to country members had been issued, but the gathering waa principally confined to town players. Tho court was in good order and some good tennis was witnessed. During the after- noon a meeting was held^o elect certain officers to fill vacancies created by the de- parture from the district of other mem- bers. The position of Captain was filled by the election of Mr. H. Carney, one of the club's most prominent players, assisted as vice captain by Mr. A.- E. Gibbs, another of the local representative players. After- noon tea was provided by the lady members, and it was announced that it was their in- tention to do- this once...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Peculiar Case. MELBOURNE, Thursduy. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

A Peculiar Case. I MELBOURNE. Thursduy. A little girl, five years of age, lies in the     Childrens' Hospital with a broken leg sustained in endeavouring to do a contortion   act taught her by a man who lived at her   ' mother's house, and who used to teach her acrobatic turns when her mother went to work. A man named Dunlea (23), who called at the hospital to see the little girl   was arrested on a charge of having in- flicted grievous bodily harm on a child.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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MONDAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

MONDAY'S PLAY. On Monday Western opened with Kent and Easton, to'the bowling of Hornlbrook and off the second ball" Kent put one into slips where *' Oxenham ; received. 1-0-0. M'Master followed and "played out the over which was* a'maiden, j .'Rahmann .bowled from the grandstand ead*and Easton sent to long hit foç 2, and <1. M'Master lifted Rahmann and Oxenham running took a good catch. 2-0-3. 'Urquhart filled the vacancy and scored a double off Horni- brook's fifth ball, and the seventh he sent to Forbes }n the saps who'took an easy catch. 3-2-5. Willcocks played the re- maining ball. Easton 'lifted Rahmann to leg for 6, and secured 'a brace off the last ball" of the over. Willcocks lifted Hornl- brook to the country for 8 and Easton play- ed out the .over. Oxenham relieved Rah- mann and Willcocks scored a single off Lthe third ball ahd Easton put the last ball of the 'over into slips where Hornlbrook brought off a brilliant catch low down (the catch of the match). 4-11-...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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HARTIGAN ELEVEN v. LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

HARTIGAN ELEVEN v. LONGREACH. Longreach met the Hartigan Eleven on Tuesday play commencing at 2.25, Will- cocks bowling from the grandstand end. Davies opened with a boundary and next hit put one into slips where Gall- wey and Glasson , dived and collided, but Gallwey brought off a great catch. 1-4-4. Thompson filled the vacancy and scored a single to leg. Thorpe bowled to the pavilion end, and Cain and Thompson each tapped a single to leg. Thorpe brought off a good catch from Thompson off Willcocks 2-3-8. Farquhar filled the breach and open- ed with a single off Thorpe. Cain put one to the off for 2 and 10 was up after l8 minutes' play. Thorpe in returning hit Hartigan. Farquhar hit a skyer up the pitch and Willcocks accepted off his own bowling 3-3-13. Hornibrook followed, and saw Cain caught by Moffat off Willcocks' sixth ball 4-3-14. Rahmann followed and Hornibrook played out the over. Thorpes sent down a maiden. Rahmann saved .' his wicket at a second attempt at one of Willcock...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Visiting Cricketers. CIVIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

Visiting Cricketers. I ?? -. . o . --- ! ,-. « . -; CIVIC RECEPTION. Mr. R. Hartigan's team arrived from Barcaldine by mail train on Saturday last, Mr. Hartigan, accompanied by Mrs. Hartigan and family, was motored from Barcaldine to Longreach by Mr. Dalzell. Upon arrival of the team they were met by various' representatives of the local as- sociation and the chairman of the Long- reach Shire Council (Mr. T. F. Barker) The visitors were conveyed to the Council Chambers, where a civic -welcome was ac- corded them. In welcoming- the visitors Mr. Barker said that it was a pleasant .duty for him to bid them welcome to Long- reach and district, and he thought that the visitors would agree with him that Long xeach was celebrated for the manner in which it treated its visitors, whilst he felt .sure that before they departed they would .recognise that the people of the town and .district were a hospitable people. The oc- casion of the visit was an important one, in that it was the first occ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Wool Position Still Sound. NO CAUSE FOR UNEASINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

... -aia-a-I--»________.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaai»--a----ai--»---i-a---« Wool Position Still Sound., --~ : o : NO CAUSE FOR UNEASINESS. Messrs Winchcombe Carson report un .der date March 19 as follows :-The fur- ther easing of 5 ,to 7 i 'per cent in wool values at recent Sydney Bales, probably raised doubts as to whether cheery ex- periences have not led optimists astx*ay in regard to market expectations, but the ground lost has since been recovered. Prices at 'ater auctions ruled right up to February levels. », . . t Even the most 'confident/ person could not anticipate an unchanged market from ?week to week. Catalogues vary in qual- ity and what is more important, buyers do not* receive orders for purchasing in a steady stream. Good orders * may be se- cured one week and directions for the purchase of lesser quantities the next. Variation In the strength of inquiry is fx*e quently apparent in the selling centres of Australia. During the early part of this week, while in Southern" markets /...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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St. Patrick's Day Races A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

St. Patrick's Day Races --- : o : A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The second,, day of the^St. Patrick's Race Meeting (Saturday, March 17th) was much better attended than was the case on the first day, and altogether 'was a decided success for an off meeting'.' The results of the first day have already appeared in our columns. The officials on that oc- casion were : Judge, Dr. F. A. Hope Michod ; timekeeper, Mr. J. Martin ; starter, Mr. E. J. Kellett ; clerk of scales, Mr. F. C. Longworth ; steward of scales, Mi\ J. M. Howatson ; tote steward, Mr. R. R. Miller ; clerk of course, Mr. R. Woulfe, jockey's steward, Mr. H. Yollong ; deputy stewards, Messrs W. Avery, F. W. * Banks, and J. M'Conachy ; joint acting secretaries, Messrs F. R. Cory and F. B. O'Rourke. On the second day, St. Patrick's Day Dr. Michod again,acted as judge and the other '"officials were : Timekeeper, Mr. J. Martin ; handicapper, Mr. F. B. O'Rourke ; starter, Mr. W. O'Donnell ; clerk of scales, Mr. J. T. Pyne ; steward of sca...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

8P« ID Better Footwear that costs no more You Will Like Our Values in Boots MEN out for a solid return for their Footwear investment cannot do better than see what's offering here. Good Values combine with Smart Styles and Comfortable Fittings to make a satis- fy faction that will be appreciated. Get acquainted Ïwith our Footwear Service to-day and < save money on your boot bill. '.. SOLLEYS LONGREACH ! '. REBUILT ^ ijßSSjfe I ~ TMs month's pr/ctj^^^^^^^^^^^/^^J g ! typewriter Snppliea Co.. 363 Queen St. Brlsb.] | M I FIRST AID FOR THE THIRSTY. ÎOOOO -OOQOO If we were asked what was the best way to satisfy a 20 H.P. Thirst these humid Summer days we'd suggest a visit to the CENTRAL CAFE. Here you will find plenty of the tinkly cool drinks that quickly establish themselves as favourites. They are dispensed amidst clean and healthy sur- roundings, and come to you in all their refreshing purity. What's yours ? Milk Shake Ice Cream Sodas Milk and Soda Ice Cream Sundaes, etc.,...

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

Important Notice. TO THE PEOPLE OF LONGREACH AXD SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. The Longreach Fruit and "Vegetable Mart is now in full Swing. Large Supplies of all the Fruits in season and Vegetables. Wholesale and Retail Country Order i promptly attended to by Jack Burgess, FRUITOLOGIST I'HOXE 248. Engle-sticct. Probate has been obtained of the will ?Of the late Lord Northcliffe. The valuation of the estate for probate purposes is £3, 250,000, on which the death duty in ap- proximately £1,300,000. . The British emigrants to Australia in 1913 numbered 56,779, and lnst year 39, 099. JOHN KENNEDY. TANK SINKING CONTRACTOR. Begs to notify the Station Owners in and around the District that he is prepared to give estimates for any class of Tank Sink- ing or Repair "Work in any part of the Cen- tral West. _ ' Thirty Years' Experience. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Apply-Care of Box 105, G.P.O., Longreach. clG WANTED KNOWN. L. J. ANDERSON ' REPRESENTING SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. Visits the followin...

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My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

My Lady's Toilet -: o : In the elegant days of the 18th Century,, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. This» was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complexions and graceful figures, and the following simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned, some modern,, may not come amiss-, to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAIi FEMININE. Most women will suffer anything, in order to improve their looks. In order to keep her complexion in Its pristine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to a most painful "skimming" process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath exposed. Crude as the method was, the theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new skin just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modern application of this principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This is applied just like ordinary cold cream, but on account of the oxygen it...

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

What ia the most popular Piano in Australia There is only one answer; it is the VICTOR Write for Catalogue. Sold on Easy Termv East Street ROCKHAMI'iON JOCAIi SELLING AGENT : THEO. F. BARKER, LONGREACH. LIS TE R 6 FUER ' Combs and Cutters. 'RACER' Combs and i::*rs, Good Stocks now on hand. Apply Winchcombe, Carson. Ltd*. Longreach. Sole Agents For Lister Shearing Machinery. i_ VULCANISING WORKS. tI "^",,,."-1- f ~n A £**.'* NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce I ^flflgrcaCIl LCilUCl that lie has taken over the Vulcanising ° . Works next door to the Carlton Hotel. Up-tO-Ciate First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 1,95 ; residence 318. JOB PRINTING WORKS. CAR FOR RIRE. MEACHAM & LEYLAND BARCALDINE AND LONGREACH, General Ironmongers. Furnishers, Timber Merchants. and Contractors Agents for the DANDY and COMET WINDMILLS, The most economical -Mills made. Sizes from 8 to 16ft. wheels. Prices upon Application. Agents for Intercolonial Well. Boring Co.'j Nationa...

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NEVER NEGLECT BACKACHE [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

NEVER NEGLECT BACKACHE "..>.. .... I» <">t ii effie et the warni"~ ri-.*'* «aue ol ihe back that ache» Uack ache is a sign that your kici-.cys arc weak and not able to »properly c:ir > out their work of filtering the bio«.- ". Then look after your kidneys at th< first sign of backache, lor/ !» neglected, serious troubles will follow . -rheumatic pains, urinary disorders, neuralgia, gravel, stone, dropsy. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time and the cure is simpje. Mrs. H. J. Ainsworth, Wren Stree^ Longreach, says:-"Eour years ;lf;o » was suffering terribly from disordered kidnej's, and on the recommendation of a friend I took a course of Doari s Backache Kidney Pills',"and they'couJ pletely and permanently cured ineNf«"»» I ha* - nad no sign of kidney troutiît sinr .The pains in my back used m be a'uwvst unbearable, and J'could not btocp without enduring torture. Dav ana ni«ht the ache was there, and ¡. got "very little rest, consequently felt tir...

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Stocks and Shares. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

Stocks and Shares. -: o :- 'i \ - . . Our special report of yesterday's Brisbane Stock Exchange quotations supplies the following particulars: Commonwealth -5 per cent (1923)-Buyer £982, seller £98"f." Commonwealth 4i per cent (1925)-Buy- ers £982, sellers £98|.' Commonwealth 45 per cent (4 92 7)-Buy- ers £98J, sellers £98g, sales £98S. Commonwealth 5 per cent (1927)-Buyer and sales £97g, seller £97?. Commonwealth 6 per cent (1930)-Buyer £1023, seller £103, sales £102g. Queensland State, 6| per cent-Buyers £1069, sellers £1062. Queensland National-Buyers -£8/4/-. Queensland Meat Export-Buyer 11/6, sellers 12/-, sales 11/62. City Electric Light Co., Ltd-Buyer 31/ City Electric Light Co. paid to 2/-, sales 8/7. Queensland National Pastoral Co: Ltd., 7 per cent pref.-Buyer 17/-. Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co., Ltd. Sellers 17/-. - Nestles and Anglo Swiss Milk Co., 8 per cent cum pref.-Buyer 21/11, sel- ler 22/2, sales 22/-. E. Rich & Co., Ltd!-Buyer 14/-, seller» 14/6. Castlemain...

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SPORTING. TIPS FOR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

SPORTING. -: o : -,-m u . - ' TIPS FOR BRISBANE. Albion Park Fourth Division-First heat, Clipper or Mar dus. Second heat, Wallma or Sampilly. First Division-Major Eddie or Rose Paddington. Second Divi- sion-Tabson or índole. Third Division Ardenf or Meadow Brand. Plate-Pley- stowe or Racim. Purse-Hux*tfly or Dwan.

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BRISBANE NOTES. (From our own Correspondent). EXPEDIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. -: o : (From our own Correspondent). < EXPEDIENCY. The ,Labor-in-politics convention has fin- ished its deliberations at Emu Park and Labor's political pace has been set for three years. The conesnsus of opinion in the city undoubtedly is that the moderates have won through and that Mr. Theodore"« task of re- taining the reins of Government has been made easier. As a matter of fact Labour circles do not attempt to hide the fact that expediency and not principle largely gov- erned the decisions reached. For Instance the'Labour daily somewhat plaintively, but definitely, acknowledge that the Parlia- mentary wing won on all important occa- sions. "Difficult times, a narrow majority in Parliament and the prospect of facing an election xxxxxxxx have forced the Labour Government more or less to a de- fensive attitude temporarily. Because of this xxxxxxxx it is not surprising that a great many enthusiasts among the mass of toilers should be chaffing at the tenden...

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

TKi Ältport School I POUTIirORT . QUXENILAND Church »f Enaltad Grama Seh««) ..;.". ter,..>.:>. ??.yßttf^tttmx, Cänan ti«: m« 8.Dim «.JL, Cuteh. r rtundlnvs »nd Groaafla or» titßat»*» m» thebacks of tbobeamtlfrtlta.'^C'Mok. '.? The School hM ? tylaatfM Ipavta Ground. '.:> ?? - The baudin** »va Bimvfi .?.;..?» '*- House System." : ?,~ University, Commentai. CtMfMI '.»nd l'repnratory forças. .- Special Form for box« W*Um ...» 'Jm l»nd." :>- A separate Junior Hotuo to« ^between the «*ee *t S an« IB. .IUMtrmted rxoegostas . »if»«--o J. G. Donagfhey Has a good collection of Saddles and Harness to choose from. HIDING- SADDLES of the best make. Harrees second to none.. COLLARS AND GEAR for plough work best in town. All done by Best Workmen out of Best Material, at Lowest Prices. J. G. DONÄGHEY, Saddle and Harness Maker, Phone 430 EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. P O Box 181. Combined Buyers (Australia) Ltd SUPPLIERS OF MOTOR REQUISITES Box 514 Parbury buildings Telephone No 3529 Eagle ...

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Mr. Dooley Expelled. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

Mr. Dooley Expelled. Mr. Dooley, leader of the Labour'party in N.S.W., who succeeded Mr. Storey as Pre- mier, aocording to a recent message was ex- pelled from the party. Commenting on,the matter the Melbourne "Argus" says : Mr. Dooley has thrown caution to the winds, and has said things about his enemies at the Sydney Trades Hall which no fire-eat- ing demagogue possessing any self-respect can allow to go unchallenged. It was bad enough for Mr. Dooley to suggest that the Labour Council had "winked at" manipu- lations of pre-selection ballots, but he now goes much further and talks about the disastrous fate that will overtake the La- bour movement "If the gutters of the streets Are to be raked for creatures to fake charges against the party's leaders". That Is strong language, and coming from Mr. Dooley, who ought to know what he is talk- ing about, it is certainly instructive. Many people who are outside the Labour move- ment have pointed to the treacherous in- triguing within the ...

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WORTH REPEATING. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

WORTH REPEATING. -:o:- j HUMOÜRr-AULEGED and OTHERWISE. j -o- j About all that Europe has seen of the peace dove is the bill. j . . . . j Paris wants to erect a monument to Eve. I It was Eve, you know, who introduced fash- j iona. ] Perhaps" modern dancing is called danc- j lng for the same reason that modern dance j music is called music. j . . . . j Of course the flapper isn't nearly as nice ] as her grandmother was, but at least she J doesn't have to faint to attract attention. | » . . » "A political candidate nowadays is a man j who stands for what he thinks people will j fall for," says an American' paper* j . . . . J Poland's new president, M. Mieczyslay j Wojciechowski, will be lucky if he's not «assassinated by some maddened linotype operator. I . * . . j "You must miss your husband very much j Mrs. Barton ?" i Widow : "Well, yes ; it does seen strange ! to come into the shop and find something I in the till !" Î . » . . ! A Tasmanian in London stopped at ^a I coster's stall...

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