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Railway Concessions. WESTERN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. RATES REDUCED 5 PER CENT. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

Railway Concessions. -: o : WESTERN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. RATES REDUCED 5 PER CENT. BRISBANE, Thursday. It* has been left to the eve of the gen- eral election for the Government to an- nounce the long-delayed concession to women and children of the West in hte form of reduced railway fares once a year. At the present time women and children are allowed special excursion rates at Xmas and these rates are for a minimum distance of 250 miles, for which fares are: Women, first class 47/6 ; second class 32/- ; children, 23/9 and 16/- respective- ly.' The Cabinet has now decided to re- duce the mininfunf distance to 100 miles and to reduce the fares 5 per cent, which reduced rates may be taken advantage of any time during the yeal*.

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

W. H. HUGHES, , TANK SINKER. ^ Estimates Given for all Classes of Work. Address Inquires. CRANE-STREET, LONGREACH. CONFIDENTLY RECOMMENDED FOR ALL EYE TROUBLES PRICE 2r3 SOLD EVERYWHERE OR POST FREE EROM PROPRIETORS ^ ^^^_ GtXNrtBRIE VÍC. joOoo -ooOoo -ooOoo -ooOoo Let the Postman Bring you the World's News Every Morning. PUBLISHED Every Week Day and Sunday. -Will keep you in touch with the world's happenings. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Postage paid within the Commonwealth : Daily Paper: Quarterly., li/ Half-Yearly. 28/ Yearly. 66/ Saturday only (per An.) .. .. 14/ Sunday Mail (per An.) .. .. 15/ The Daily Mail 292-294 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE, Series 4. O ^" o o OOQOO :£_B»' -oooon -ooOoo -ooOot rAfíer Every Meal Good for You Only y2û a Bar for a delicious and health- ful Sweetmeat that lasts and lasts and lasts! And you get 6 Bars in every 3d Sealed Packet of WRIGLEY'S. You have THREE FLAVOURS to choose from, as illustrations of the three packets shows TRY ONE OR ALL TO-DAY Tastes differ, ...

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

IN MEMORIAM. SHANNON.-In loving memory of my dear little sister, MONA KATHALEEN, who was lost in the illfated Yongalla, on or about the 23 of March, 1911. Inserted by Loving Brother, Paddy. 124 IN MEMORIAM. CARTER.-In loving remembrance of our dear little Daughter and little Sister Dorothy, who died 25th March, 1922. aged 7 months and three weeks. She was only a lilly white snowdrop, A dear little flower from birth ; But God called her home to Heaven; Before she was soiled by this earth. Inserted by her loving Father, Mother, and little Brother. 138

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

Increase the Value of your Property. -with S.W.P.-guar- anteed under the "Cover the Earth" trade-mark. Sherwin-Wiuiams Paint PaeMRKD. is durable, elastic and unvarying in colour. Easy under the brush, it covers well and gives lasting satisfaction. Specify Sherwin - Wil- liams Paint (Prepared) always. Local (¡Agents: Edwards, Martin, Limited. TELEPHONE No. 57. ROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY AND tee and Geld Storage Werks GALAH STREET, LONGREACH. Most Up-to-date Plant outside Rockhampton DELIVERY ONLY TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS. t . DRY GINGER ALE! AND SAROSSO SPECIALITIES. Westbourne Works NEAR BARCALDINE: WOOLSCOURING and SHEEPSHEARING TERMS on application. Woolpacks supplied at Cost 'Price. For addional particulars apply to The Western Queensland Meat Co. Proprietary Ltd, D. M. TERGUSON, Mannger. The Longreach Hotel Under New Management This Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and is now the most up-to-date Hostelry In. Central Queensland for the Working Man. Needless to say, only the best o...

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

Stonehenge. -: o :- * (From our Own Correspondent)/ Tennis-On the 18th inst a tennis match was played at Stonehenge between Jundah P. Club and this Club-about 30 players and visitors arrived from Jundah in cars and play immediately started. Interval for luncheon and afternoon tea were the only breaks allowed, the wind-up set being fin- ished just at sundown. A number of vis- itors from the surrounding district watched an interesting contest, which was carried through with that sporting spirit that makes such inter-town events so thorough- ly enjoyable. The following are the scores: Mixed doubles-Miss Hovey and Mr. J. Eyre (Jundah) beat Miss Doyle and Mr. T. McGovern (Stonehenge) 6-4. Mrs Thomp- son and Dr. Ross (J.) won from Miss M. Wray and Mr. T. Barnes (S.) 6-4. Miss Smith and Mr. Mccullagh (J.) beat Miss I. Wray and Mr. R. Barnes (S.) 6-3. Mrs. Costello and Mr. Hallan (J.) overcame Miss O'Connor and Mr. A. McGrath (S.) 6-3. Mens* Singles-McGovern beat J. Eyre 6-3, R. Barjies bea...

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

I Reviews. .% '-:o:- ' . . r I From the publishers we have received ï "through Spiers Ltd., booksellers, Longreach, Ea parcel of the latest magazines, reviewed as follows : t The Red Magazine.-Xmas number of i-the Red Magazine contains a first instal f?* xoent of "The Stamen", a new serial by Roy ^Norton, and a number of stones with the ^ real Xmas flavour. Some of the writers are ' r well-known. This number gives a big bud- get of fiction a ta reasonable price. ' The Detective Magazine, January 19th. In this number is a story that grips and in- terests the reader keenly. It is about a _ialf a million fraud with a tang of the sea and is entitled "Oriental Gold". This is a tale of a rascally skipper and a Turk from Tiberias. There are many exciting mcl * dents to be found in the "Confessions of a crime Merchant", "The Cocaine Smug- gler", "The Master Rogue", "The Legiti- mist League," and in others including "Scotland Tard's Big Four", an intimate character sketch of the four great d...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Vulcan Plane POSSIBLY ARRIVING TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

M The Vulcan Plane %¡ POSSIBLY ARRIVING TO-MORROW. à r ,t Longreach people are talting a great interest in the arrival of the Vickers-Vul can 8-seater 'plane, and during the week have been disappointed as each probable arrival day passed, with no sigh of the aeroplane. The plane left .Charleville *£' this morning at 12.30, and was due to ar- rive in Longreach at 3 p.m. Word, how- ever, was received that the plane had de- scended at Augathella, and consequently ?would not reach here until probably to- morrow morning. Our Chaileville correspondent wired us early this week that as a result of the ac- cident to the Bristol tourer aeroplane, which was acting as a scout for the Vul- can 'plane, Captain Jones had suffered a broken thigh and Mr. Hoddinott a broken shoulder. Yesterday our correspondent wired that the big 'plane had arrived at Charleville at 9.30 a.m., landing beauti- fully in presence of a large crowd includ- ing State school children. In an inter- view Captain Wigglesworth ...

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

\ Social and Personal. Mr. R. Henderson (Marrigong, Corfield) ¡ arrived by Wednesday's mail train from ""A" Brisbane, and proceeded to Mahrigong on / -Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. White and family re- if turned from Emu Park on, Wednesday i .and proceeded to Warrandaroo the same i «day. , , í Mr. N, Murray (accompanied by his 6 brother, .Mr. G. Murray) returned from g Brisbane by Wednesday's mail trajn.j! "" 1 ** Mr H Marsh, president of the New South Wales Lawn Tennis Association passed through Longreach during the past w^eek .end., Mrs: Hartigan and family (who are ac -companying the Brisbane cricketers <m .their western tour) stayed at the Imperial r / Hotel during their sojourn in Longreach. *- <f Mr. and Mrs. G. Meacham leave for |c "Rrisbane for a month's holiday, -,early tfiext ¡g" week. Mr. Meacham intends being present f\ at the A.M.C. meeting-of the M.U.I.O.O.F. >v to be held in Brisbane on Easter Monday.^ yfyr Miss W. Ellis left by Monday's mall e...

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

Geo. B. Shakespeare, SURGEON DISTIST. HAS commenced practice in Longreach, and may he consulted at his office in Eagle street (next Commercial Hotel). PHONE 304. H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH, LD.Q. DENTAL SURGEONS, Í BOLSOVER STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, f\ and Eagle Street, LONGREACH. (Phone 283.) Lance A. Jones, A.F.I.A. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND SHARE BROKER. MEMBER BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE Telegrams : Lance Jones, Stock-Echange, Brisbane. DALGETY'S budldings, Elizabeth Street, BRISBANE. d4 NOTICE. THE Longreach Ideal Dance Orchestra (Seven Members) Is now Open for Engagements, at Musical Union Rates. , Terms on application to Miss M. Wells, Hon. Secretary. (L H Vespei-man, Conductor) 1*35 PUBLIC NOTICE. I, Arthur Henry Featherstone, desire to Thank the Public of Longreach and Dis- trict for the solid support accorded me during the 9 years that I have conducted business as a general carrier, and would notify all my numerous clients that I have disposed of my business to Mr. S. Booker...

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

JW* , ii è Jts-W?, %f^ A simple cold -left alone ft tightens i ts gi ip, dulls nour bl ain, impai es your efficiency, for ffie lime bang undei minc* your potée s In time il ile.do is mlo a H cA/ttf Lonah, tir-it.c! ilu-p*r hops '/ lu se s in LONNINGTON'S J HIS IJ MOSS instantly bteahs the orlp of a cold. It Jiastms ecoiery by abating the f&WE$$¿^ fever, loosening the i^fê?*^***^ phlegm and promo fir g ^íVS^y^ expectorai ¡on. It soothes. nimi$H¡Tu M ihe infIjfn<-d respiratory BONwr<r_c_HS W t, cet and «ops the coughing m foi a cold in the ehest, 'bron !Ä> " ¡Ä chili* et nduenza it Is couatfg" _%£[&&$% effective, and even Asthma irkh ^jyiObS fe sufferers enjoj its re ief ?£~^r-" 1 Sma,t Bottlcs lf9' Low 3/ ' ""^¡"' ~~ ' li Bonntngton'sjubcs Keep mouth ' '- _ i S3 °nd ihmot free from germs ct^^^cto ^ ¡soothing & anlhcptU. lib tin IRISH MOSS forCeughs _&CoIds sa/ NOTICE TO STATION OWNERS AND SELECTORS. HESLIN & PER...

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

********************* * * * * * * * * s« * * * * * * * * * * ft * * # * ** * * * u There is a tide in the affairs oj tnenwhich, taken al the flood, tends on io fortune." <£5,0O0 is provided by ihe en Gasket It may be for yan. Who knows ? BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW ! Do not fail to participate in Drawings which take place about every fortnight 813 Prizes £5,OOOto£5 (Súbita io 12*]% Federal Tax) 100.000 tickets at 5/3 each, add 4d postage when writing direct to include Result Slip. Tickets are 6/1 through «cents The e are no promoters' profits. Proceeds In üü of Queensland Hospitals Conducted and Drawn under authority and supervision of Queensland Government There is no embarco on ihe delivery of mail to the Golden Casket Office MAHONEY & PATTISON r . » J. CHRISTMAS ana H. HOLLOWOOr. .THE MANAGE*. [ Golden Casket Arl Ui ion, Exton House, Queen Street. Brisbane. * * ?a * * * * * * * * * * * * * * -* * * * -* -* "*' * ********************* Student-"A fortune-teller told me ...

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National Concert. ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 March 1923

  National Concert.     ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT FUNCTION.   There was a splendid attendance at the Irish National Concert held in the Shire Hall, Longreach, on St. Patrick's night. The concert was given by the members of the Celtic Concert Company and was under the auspices of the H.A.C.B. Society, and   the attendance must have been most grati- fying to all concerned. Besides being large, the audience was most appreciative, and singers and performers were given a very good hearing, but for the last item, when the full company was singing the final chorus, during which a number of people left the hall in their eagerness perhaps to get out before the rush. Why do people so frequently adopt this most annoying prac- tice? The practice is one that is not pe-   culiar to this instance, rather is it general and unfortunately all too often the offend- ers are those who should know better. The programme opened with ch...

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

The Famous Murdoch Football Jersey Get ii t Order Your Murdoch Jersey Now B UY from the MANUFACTURER!-for yourself or for the team. It means a QUALITY far LOWER PÄICE. Murdoch's above the average-at a save you the Middlemen's profits. Rugby League, Rugby Union, and Soccer Club« in ¿very grade played in Murdoch Jerseys .last year. COTTON FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Extra heavy weight, made from highest grade Egyptian grown dotton. Button. Front and Linen Collar. 4-inch " Q jr_f_* Circular Bars, Three-Color Circular Ö'AÜ Bars and Plain Colors. ^*h ^* 100/» per dos. Plain Wh ¡te, 10/6 each. 120/- doz. WOOLLEN FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Made from the highest grade Bradford Knitting ' yarns. Extra strong, shrunk Drill Collars, reinforced Button Front. 4 inch Circular Bars, Three Color Circular" Para, and 'Plain Colors . 135/- per doz. COTTON SOCCER JERSEYS, 2% inch Vertical stripes, 9/11 each t 117/- per 'doz. Any make of Jersey or Colorings can be supplied in lots of one doz. or more. Send for quotations ...

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Domestic Science. RAILWAY FACILITIES. A TRAVELLING SCHOOL. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

,w¿, á iTtí Domestic Science/ jt ?. I ^LWA^A^LITIES. _., lv^,T( $4 P A TRAVELLINQ'séHOpLíM ' ""':£ ?¿ *"*"..»"«*-?-> w *, ,~- BRISBANE.-viThUPsday. >»»- - L< < I - The Cabinet has approved of the construc |> ftion of two domestic sci,necey.^aij^ayr ,{p iwaggons, one of which-*wtll»*e5 foi'î?h'fei«se^ '. Son the Northern system, and the other for I $the SoutftPPVLesfern gdibtrJÇct, for instruction^ [: |in cookinÄ»_dr^smaicufë. mifli^sr^gdV mousewï¥ê1^,iiî^Îfe«âtés' ífar r#nmwg<F frónü^ I existing Technical Colleges. TheB'course of ¿instruction wiîl-.e^tén^ to!'*X"wee^antdyeqjaip*;C ¿ment will be>pl*bvided*ïor twëlvé^stu'dénfsV*w*

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Staggering Increases. PASTORAL PROPERTY RENTS. CASE OF 1000 PER CENT INCREASE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

{ Staggering Increases. , r .fett-»»© r 'l'P> t' f > i *? ___-. . n » . Ji . PASTORAL PROPERTY RENTS. : - -,-, _ , CASE OF 1000 PER CENT INCREASE. ' y - « i * - - - BRISBANE, Thursday. , ¿ Decisions given inithe Land Court by Mr. * Dean, Deputy member of the JLand Court; concerning rentals of pastoral properties in | the Emerald and Springsure districts repre *' sent, In many cases, staggering increases over the present rentals. | At Avoca," South Kennedy, the new rental is over 10 times the previous- rent, the old rent being at the rate of 11/6 per mile,' whilst the new rental is 120/-. r Other increases are 12/- to 34/- ; 12/ to 51/- ; 25/- to 63/- ;tand 10/- to 31/6. *

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

JACKSON fi WELL KNOWN FURRIER and TANNER |; MANUFACTURER OF FURS and RUGS ALSO WHIP LEATHER. Customers Skins Marked and Kept Sen-, .n<r» - tv.., *'-. ?-.'. ''.--r; 'i?»?. -T- -t .. ?'.' ':: '*".,".? ' .'/ «rate. BEAL "DI R E C'T " WITH J;ACj|5ág Cóurítry.¿'eustóníéi|s . receive Special. * Atten tlou. ^h:/.-.;r. * aí>dress plaiñx/x- v¿ $K :¡- ? ':T'-v -.?? ? ; ' ¿J ACKSOiií'S- ^FÜR SHOP, -'"?' ^338fGeorge;'Street>¿B^ 'V.' ' Nearly half a Century; in Queensland.\ '1 ?;'.--, ' .: :.'?' " '-- ": "?-??'? '-''.V.'. .".'. -C7' 'ews_jfor jtíotorigísí. DUNLOPS REDUCED In making the above announcement we regret that it is not possible to furnish our clientele with printed lists, but these will be in the motorists hands by the 2nd February. So that the benefit may be reaped at once, the prices given below become operative on and from Monday, 22hd January. This means greater value, for Will, still motoring maintain their high standard of quality, thereby ensuring cheaper to use...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Farewelling Mr. and Mrs. Pyne. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

J. . . v 1- ' '[' 'I. Earétvellbag Mr.and Mrs. Fyne. On Monday night last Mr. and Mrs. , Pyne, who are very old residents of Long- reach» were farewelled by a number of well-wishers at the St. Columba's ' Club, upon the.eve of their departure from Long- reach to take up residence at their newly > apquired property near Winton. Many ex- pressions of regret were voiced at their de^ parture. t * «

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Industrial Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Industrial Case. An industrial case in which E. A. Jones, shearer, laid a complaint of a breach of the'shearers' award and claimed £2/4/- loss against Johnson Barr, came be- fore the Police Magistrate (Major A. E. Aitkin) in the Magistrate's Industrial Court, Longreach, this inorning. "'Mr. R. L. Peterson appeared for ~the defendant and Mr. J. Durkin for the complainant. Mr. Peterson, at the outset objected on the grounds that as damages were included in the plaint the court had no jurisdiction. After hearing argument, the P.M. stated ?. he considered the court had no jurisdic- tion, and Mr. Durkin Intimated that he was prepared^to withdraw the ,complaint. The P.M.. dismissed the plaint and gave costs totalling £3/9/*- in favour of the. defendant.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELECTION DAY A HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

'?«,? a .ra-ir baut M j EXECTIQy-<D4Y. AjHQLIPA^^\ g Election Day has Been gazetted à holiday* , ^throughout the State. ¿g^f^a t)?">i^ '¡

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Correspondence. -: o : (The correspondence columns of the "Leader" are open for the free us© of read- ers, for the purpose of ventilating: public greviences, 'and generally for matters of public welfare. We welcome construc- tive criticism. Some correspondents have the erroneous idea that we charge for space, but such is not the case.-Ed. "Leader.")

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