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WORTH REPEATING. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

[ WORTH RÉPÈATIN££. ¡ .-~.- : o : « - - " ¡ HUMOUR-ALLEGED and «OTHERWISE. s. When a girl starts calling a «wan "by^his "first Jiame it's time to beware. She likes his second. ' - * « * * We can't prove there's .1 man in the moon ; but we understand theie'b always a man in the honeymoon. * * . . JA. little girl once defined smiling as laughing in a whisper. . Most of the holiday attire we Faw at tile seaside vas sunburn. "v «. . . * "".j* Some men wear glasses-otheis empty them - * * * * It's strange that the more foiv»aid a girl is the more back she shows. , . . * . Some women look upon their husbands as treasures, others as tieasuries. . . * ".» . The îeason some husbands talk in their sleep Is because that's the only chance they set t*^ . * . . Beauty is not always skin deep. Some- times it's on top of the skin. m * . . An optimist is a Scotchman going .to America with a corkscrew. . . * * *. She : "I used to be a conductor on a Londpn 'bus." -*.*- * . He.: "What made you give it...

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

ii i i1 l li nwmmnmwmuwunumwimn When ' ^'B-P" BERGER'S TAINT (prepared) is used you know the jjob wiM ?lasl-tit's guaranteed. > i Sold by s , r MEACHA31 bail iJEïliAND. S "There is a tide in the affairs of £ tnenfvhicfi, fdkétfartht fiad$% * * leads on to J01 tuite." * * t * * * # * £5,000 ¡s provirjeiPoy'the; 7Z may be for you. Who kupivs ? nUY YOUR TICKETS rfOW! Do not fail io participate in *. Drawht£s which take place about every fortnight 813 Rrlaeo* ¿£5,000±o£5 (Subiea te !2l% Federal Tax) IOO.O00 tickets «t 5/3 each, add 4J costase when witina direst to include rVesult Slip . Tickets are 6/I through asentí. 1 The e are no promoters' profits. Proceeds in ah) of Queensland Hospitals Conducted and Drawn under authority and supervision of-Qucenslahd.Govcrnment "There is no embarco on the delivery of mail to . th¿ Golden Casket Office MAHONEY & PATTISON .. J. CHRISTMAS 4 and H. HOLLOWOOl. THE MANAOErV. Golden Casket Art Union. Exton House. Queen Street. Brisbane. « ?* ....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. DEATH OF MR. A. L. F. L. MEYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Obituary. -----0-----             DEATH OF MR. A. L. F. L. MEYER.   The death occurred at Rockhampton General Hospital on Sunday afternoon last of Mr. Asmus Ludwick Frederich Louis Meyer, baker, of Longreach. The deceased, whose intention was to proceed to Bris- bane, was taken suddenly ill on Saturday and was conveyed to the hospital, but passed away at 2 o'clock on Sunday after- noon. The deceased, who was a native of Goldenbeck, Germany, was 62 years and 4 months old, and came to Australia from his native land 42 years ago, and six years later, at Maryborough married Miss Minnie Kasulki. Fifteen years ago the deceased, with his wife and family, came to Long- reach, since which time he had carried on a bakery business in this township. A widow and a family of five sons and seven daughters are left to mourn their loss. The daughters are Mrs. Cousins (Charters Tow- ers), and Misses M. E., F. N...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ned Kelly's Mother. DEATH REPORTED. LIVED IN SECLUSION PAST 40 YEARS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

  Ned Kelly's Mother. DEATH REPORTED.   LIVED IN SECLUSION PAST 40 YEARS. MELBOURNE, Thursday.     The death occurred at Greta West yester- day of Mrs. Ellen King, formerly Kelly, the mother of the famous bushrangers, Ned and Dan Kelly. Deceased was 95 years of age and had lived in the seclusion of the wild hills of Greta for the last 40 years.      

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ilfracombe Items. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Ilfracombe Items. (From. Our Own Correspondent.) . .Tile Scour.-The local woolscour Is well booked up for months, ahead, and the man- agement contemplates commencing a double shift. The Weather.-A regrettable feature of the movements at the local station recently is the occasional team of jaded horses that draw waggons in for the purpose of being laden with fodder for the pastoral holdings. The outlook is depressing, and as drought affects adversely almost everybody In the West, the long ¡sustained dry "spell" is re- sponsible for much worry. It is of no avail to consult the oldest inhabitant, or the village pump oracle. The> simply "dunno", but they hesitate to admit it. Many are re- calling the uncanny prognostications of the late uncanny genius Wragge who predicted that we would be subjected to large doses of drought just about now. More than ship- ping men regret the parsing of "Wragge. Ambulance Benefit.-The dance held at the Commercial Hall last Saturday for the benefit of ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Vulcan Plane ARRIVAL IN LONGREACH "LAND ANYWHERE". [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

The Vulcan Plane ARRIVAL IN LONGREACH "LAND ANYWHERE".     The big 8-passenger Vickers Vulcan which left Point Cook aerodrome at 9.20 a.m. on March 14th, arrived in Longreach at 9.40 on Saturday last, having been 10 days on the journey, the trip being a most event- ful one. Early on Saturday morning word was received that the 'plane had passed over Blackall at about 8.45 a.m., and it was estimated by the manager of the Q.A.N.T.A.S. that it would be about 10.30 before the plane arrived at the local aero- drome. The latter information became pub- lic and many people were consequently greatly disappointed when the plane came silently in and had landed at 9.40, very few being on the drome grounds at the time. However, quite a number journeyed out and inspected the machine, which as she stood in front of the hanger made the other machines dwarfed in comparison. The   plane, which is painted externally with aluminium paint, is of cigar shape, with an...

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

o-<.> THE Tennis RacquctRcpairer 57-59 Sydney Arcade« (¡orner george & INGft? SYDNEY RüTRUftG THROUGHOUT^ Superior English fLCKMDOWViUW>D^ Lamm Gut nßö^^w^^r J ii loo dl8&B8888888«ír J English: Best REPAIRS »INGlf^TRimS. DOWNm CROSS SP PER STRIWC WptSSSHt PARÜX3P0ST ^ 9? OSHWlffl QBDO& I am PtowiPT wmiiovNTinrdroñci,. MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events Local and. Southern. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For All LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203- (Residence). P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. PADDY KING, TATTERSALL'S HOTEL, BLACKALL, Phones 169, 77, ana 21, Wishes to Notify the Sporting ?:.?'.. te of % Longreach that ho lias oponed» a *'' - SPECIAL DOOK on the FOY CUP; _- . % ' -All Wires and Letters Attended to-? No Reply-No Business. 60 j

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Coming Elections MR. M'MASTER'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

The Coming Elections . ; n ; ? "4 MR. 3£'MASTER'S CANDIDATURE. ; News came through to Winton on Mon *day,the 18th to the effect that the elections for rthe New. State Parliament were to take place cn May 12 (writes our Winton cor- respondent)* Whether this sudden action .was-due to something having occurred at the > last Labour Conference in Rockhamp- ton, or whether It -was * Intended as a bombshell to the newly formed Queensland "United Party we do not know» In this, the ".Gregory electorate, we expect to see a very .strenuous effort made by the supporters of "both Mr. Pollock and Mr. M'Master to se- cure the return of their respective candi- dates.1 We, in the Gregory, are fortunate an being able to induce Mr. Fergus M'Master .to offer himself as a candidate in our In- terests and the intention of his supporters is to leave no stone unturned in their en- deavour to get him returned as Member for the Gregory, and we feel sure that if,¡he is returned he" will be one of the sound...

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

jj *f Ho^ltóI"TcWaerSr" . j - \, The tender of Mr. E. Lloyd Jones, ¡at *;£275/«HPe» <corö> -baa «been, »accepted- for ~the-supply~of--2 0 -cords^-of "firewood- f or~the Longreach ^Genex'al , Hospital. t JMr. R. T. Hodgen' was "ehe successful 'tender for the construction of concrete- drains at the hos- pital-, his^pricejlieingx^^3' 7Tliveq ^ejnders ^ere^rec^yed^tlWUÇ1^^ Ho £70. '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONGREACH Q.W.E.L. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

LONGREACH Q.W.E.Li. A meeting of the Longreach branch of the Queensland Women's Electorál'r,League was held on Saturday afternoon, 24th March, and was attended' by a large num- ber of members. As It was the first meet- ing after recess the time was chiefly oc- cupied in hearing the correspondence read by the secretary and dealt principally with the long struggle "the League had had to obtain cheaper and more excursion fares for women and children in the West. The secretary was able to lay bef'or the pres- ident and members a cutting taken from that week's "Longreach Leader," -announc- ing that the excursion concessions had been granted. The telegram from the Organising Secretary in Brisbane, was re- ceived just after the meeting' and conveyed the same news. - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

PHÖNE 32«. mi .'¡?Mí\ .'!'(;'»?? ¿¿T.! íri.'.^Uí^u^vi/.^?. "' !'^glefs&eeti'i.l^ÑGAEAGH. '.,-??-. ,'?.?'ï : ^(j^efeniërî'à Buildings).., ': Í¿¿A: D Ï'ié-S^' ÍSlPE'CI A Ii I'S,T> |DRE^M^IN¿ ON PRÊm&ES,

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A Droving Matter. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

A.Droving 31««er. It will bo of interest to owners and drovers to note that at the Muttaburra Police Court on Friday last, John L. Brown, drover, was summoned by the owners of 'Westbury Station with having failed to travel the prescribed distance whilst in charge of istock. There was no "appearance of the defendant and in his absence the case was heard ex parte. Defendant was fined íñ and 3/G costs of court, levy and . clistreps( or one month in Rockhampton v gaol.

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Swimming Carnival. VISIT OF BRISBANE SWIMMERS. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Swirrirnmgf Carnival. VISIT OP BRISBANE SWIMMERS. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. .. The'Brisbane swimmers who are ' on a Western and1 Northern* tom-, arrived in Longreach -by Wednesday'*, mail train, and were'officially welcomed at the Commercial Hotel. The visiting party comprised Mrs. King (manageress) Mr Kuder (manager) - and -Misses M. King, M. Springfield, and I. M'Gregor, Messrs S. H. Springfield, T. h Boast, S. Ne»us, and Master Pike. * Mr/ T. F. Barker presided at the official f?,. Welcome, and briefly welcomed the visitors 0\to' longreach, afetr having'first proposed '^ the'loyal toast. In proposing the toast1 of M "The Visitors'* the chairman said1 that &;Longreacn was out to give their visitors $¡ a good time, and' whatever the result of $Uhat night's events be he trusted the'good vfreel'"S existing would be maintained. i$lï AIessl's Kuder and,Springfield responded, Iwfrnd the toast of "The Longreach Amateur "ágSwimming Club" was drunk at the instance <||pf the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

MORRISS IMPERIAL J. Q. Donaghey Has a good collection of Saddles and Harness to choose from. RIDING SADDLES of the best make. Harness 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 Street BRISBANE The Company invite all Motorists and Pastoralists to become Share- holders, and thereby save an a\erage of 37 per centón all requirements, Benzine, Oi's, Tyres and accessories, which are imported direct and sold to Shareholders at 10 percent on landed cost. The Company is co-operative and all profits belong to members, who alone own and control the business. Established in New Zealand in 1916, the membership there exceeds 4,000. and shares are at a premium of 10s each, and has Branches in every large town. Ther...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

JiONDOX WOOL SALES. Messrs. Dalgety Und Co., are in receipt of the following cable from, their London olllcc, under date March 21 :-"Wool .very .strong, alf* descriptions 'dearer/;.,^' The New Zealand »Loan, "(Longreach " branch) have received the following tele- gram, dated U4th instant, from their Mel- bourne oilice, in regard,to the'.recent "yvool .sales lu-ld in London :-"London yesterday under inuence keen, competition sales closed firmly : to-day, compared last «iles dos- ing ratos prices about same for merinos;"

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What's The Reason? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

What's The Reason? There are scores of people who drag out a miserable existence without realismo, -the cause of their suffering. Day after clay they are racked with backache a;;d headache, suffer from nervousness, dizziness, weakness, lan- guor, and depression. Perhaps their kidneys have fallen behind in their work or" filtering the blood, and that may he the root of the trouble. Look to your kidneys; assi.it them in their work; give them the help they need. You can use no more highly recom- mended remedy than Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, endorsed hy people ali over tlie country. Mr. H. Messenger, Box Street. Bar- caldine, says: "My wife ha.» every reason to he y lad that she took a course of Doun's Backache Kiduej' Pills, tor this remedy completely cured her of backache, bad headiches, and other ailments that were caused by the improper action of her kidneys. She used to suffer very much with her hack, and at times it was so painful that she could hardly get about, and the consta...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

COMMERCIAL. ? : o :-' SYDNEY WOOL SALES. On Saturday last the Rockhampton office of Messrs Dalgety and Coy., Ltd., advised having received the following telegram from their Sydney office :-"Offered 6600 bales wool to-day, chiefly from New England and Southern districts. Improved demand as compared opening- sales of the series, strong inquiry for all grades fine quality wool, lambs, broken, pieces and bellies' keenly competed for. Good fleece wools at high- est point of series merino realised to 3Id, comeback to 27Jd, scoured 453d. Next sale 9th April." The New Zealand Loan reported on Sat- urday having received the following tele- gram from- their Sydney office in regard to the wool sales " in that centre :-"Sales closed to-day strongly. Prices have ad- vanced since opening of pales, but super wools are still five to seven and half per cent below February rates. Other lines .show little change*." Japanese- competing not so .strong."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

G.E. HOMELIGHT & POWER UNIT. rUARANTEED for 1 Year ^ECONOMICAL Mechanically Sound, Engine can be used for >UMPING, "SAWING, Etc. li K.W.-3 Out Put. ' Fitted with ' Britt Exide Battery. Air Cooled No Troublesome" , Joints,,^* - » Stai*ts by Pressing a Button. ENGINEERING SUPPLY COY. AÜ&T-, L 130 Edward Street, BRISBANE. TB GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND COMPANY, LIMITED, ROCKHAMPTON, WOOL & PRODUCE I STOCK & STATION BROKERS, J AGEKTS LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES miilj on the ensuing WOOL CLIP, and on aU STATION PRODUCE and SECURITIES. Consignment of WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, IIIDES, TALLOW, &c., received for sale in the Colonial 01 London Markets. All Stock, Station, Financia], Shipping, and Insurance business transacted. Proceeds held in Trust for Clients. *? ' Returns rendered with proropi-ens. GENERAL AGENTS IN QUEENSLAND for Iho WESTERN Vi.fcSURANOB COMPANY.' FIRE AND MARINE - POLICEES issued and claims settled on the spot. Agcuts for Little's....

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Turkish Peace Proposals. ALLIED EXPERTS IN HARMONY. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

3.» ,JA>, >?*_* -* . . ALLllBDiÉXPERTS'IN BURMONT. < f «i .Lik« .?;:' . -?»*???-:"? .y: i -y* '.."".'«. . ,r / ,.-5 ;.'fî y.'j l.r fv>tLONDÖN','March'27. ' ? ' After ef plenary session the Allied ex - petts5 haVer officially announced-that a'coni í píete" tagreehient had "been ,reache*dr upon itflie question 'of What 'reply to niäke to the Turkish peace proposalS'and that? the^'note '.Would be published Avheh'u approved Of "by sttíe xe&pecüve Governments' l- ' J '

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