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Rifle Shooting. LONGREACH v. MANY PEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Rifle Shooting. » . ; n : . ? LONGREACH v. MANY PEAKS. On Sunday last the nimultaneous contest between the members of the Longreach Rifle Club and the Many Peaks Rifle Club eventuated, and resulted in a win for Long- reach by'47 points. Locally the conditions for shooting were very bad as a high wind was blowing throughout the afternoon. The «hooters were compelled to use from seven to 17 degrees of right wind. As a matter of fact it is generally recognised that the local range is absolutely the worst in Queenslands as there is no protection from wind whatsoever, it being very open. Some lew years ngo a move was made by the .Committee to procure a new and more suitable site for the range, but, for some unknown reason, the proposal was turned down by the Authorities. However, the Committee has once again approached the Authorities, for the site they are ho anxious to procure, and we might state that their prospects are good, on this occasion as the Aerodrome is built close to the pre...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Lausanne Conference. RESUMPTION END OF APRIL. TURKISH PROPOSALS REJECTED. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Lausanne Conference. ^ RESUJMITMÖN'END OF, APRIL. I \(TURKISH'-PROP'OSALS REJECTED. ' '/ ' . * . , 'u,' LONDON,', March 27. ;,,,,The, .London, "Daily. Telegraphy ;, states ¿(th^tr.if.^lias,, been- decided, tot Resume final .-.'negotiations,of Near. East^ Conference - at ..Lausanne.,at- the-,,e,nd rof April.,,.The >.Gov .Je^nmenjb/has withheld ¿be .detailed- result . of,,the,.Conference. .- .,., ., ^JÇhê'.'iTelègrap'hfs", Constantinople cor-' . respondent'Stntes that,it.is announced that ,t)ie Turkish.counter,prpp'psais-^have-been re ,jècted^,Tî » -'¡ > ' ; ,.t';' ,.-.;< ,1 . .. Press, r.epprts rdeclared .that Turkey. will .impose ,Peace4 by armed force.

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

ci i m» ii - a*m(xt»i*iP ?J« THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU. J - \ i* y STERLING VALUES ' Í 1*; H ia ^ä ATISFACTÍÓN. 4 ai i h~ i 1 AT 0 ? ON ar- fares. GENTLEMEN ! You w^° choose high class wearing apparel ! Right here in Longreach we are at your service with al! the latest and newest in Hats, Boots, Shirts, Ties, Underwear«, Pyjamas, Hoisery, etc. « You ask for the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes. We can offer you everything worth offering. w ; SMOKERS! GO GENERAL The success of our 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. tJ ' 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. r ^ * *~ , GIBSON & CO., MERCHANTS, LONGREACH. 11.«. \» JOHN KENNEDY. J TANK SINKING CONTRACTOR. * ÇBegs to notify^the Station Owners liittu...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
France and Germany. RUMOURED MEETING OF POWERS. HERR BECKER'S OPINION. LONDON, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

France and viermany. y»f<»V..»¿f-..» i*"ft RUMOURED MEETING OF POWERS. HERR BECKER'S OPINION. LONDON, March 2*; Despite M. Poincare's re-iterations that France will not tolerate mediation nor the evacuation of the Ruhr until the question of the reparations-is settled, it is persist- ently stated that representatives of Belr glum, Italy, and other interested Powers ' are meeting at Milan to discuss the various aspects of the oocupation. * The "Telegraph'' declares that Mussolini through ambassodorial channels, has urged the German Government to make a Arm offer to all Allies. LONDON, March 28. Herr Becker, German Minister for Eco- nomics, said to a representative of the Lon- don "Daily Telegraph".in*the course of an interview :-"We shall not reach the ne- gotiating stage until France slgnlfles_her < willingness to negotiate with Germany in a decent spirit. <We expect France to in- augurate the' negotiations-when sheds.rèady. J There are always means o...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Coal Boom. GERMANY BUYING BIG. SCOTTISH COAL IN DEMAND LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

Goal Boom. _k_i- ; o : - . .; GERMANY BUYING BIG. > ?-) - SCOTTISH COAL IN DEMAND 4 ' LONDON, March 28. The boom in* Scottish coal coptlnues, the quarter's export beings over4 ai million tons in excess of "the first quarter of 1922. . .Germany continues**to be the biggest buyers offering extravagant credits to the detriment of*other nationalities. Moat of the Scottish Collieries are now fully book- ed for at least six weeks.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Mindini. MARINE COURT INQUIRY. WRECK ATTRIBUTED TO STRONG CURRENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

MARINE COURT INQUIRY, jr »?Ä toe. Tf«wí«iaí« i on» . WRECK ATTRIBUTED TO STRONG?, j,a\ CURRENT. Aàfii SYDNEY, Thursday*. ^Aft'Cjhe Marine Court of inquiry int^jh^iî l<fM*p£''the Mindlni which "commenced yes t|yqjí$sj|he Captain of the ill-fated vessel attributed the disaster to a strong current which carried the yeääfli;^2j*niiles^bu?j Of her course in threeAliotirs.i.4**'^ ,'*bÍ>*»

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
£30,000 Fire. ROSEHILL RACECOURSE GRANDSTAND RESULT OF BLOWLAMP SPARK. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

.TiJAojm? îîï« zwirnte "t», -*- ? : o : ? ROSEHILL RACECOURSE GRANDSTAND , t - á RESULT OF BLOWLAMP SPARK. * T>JKT^rsS2a*.'W4»*r.">J« i s' Thé^-flre-*which »destroyed the ' paddock! ¿randstand at Rosehill Racecourse on Tue!-4 * ;-Öay night will prove a loss of well over ££30,000. The painters were working on the, structure the previous, day, and it^Is^b'e.i v^ Sieved that a spark, from a b¿pwtampí"'*svá*s'¿"'' Responsible for the outbreak^^/"** . \' ¡¿a??& i¡ _ H* îs&r

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

BLUES v. SHAMROCKS. The above premiership fixture-was played on Saturday last and resulted in a win for the Shamrocks by 31 runs on the first in- nings Rev. B. C. Wilson batted nicely for the Blues securing 19, not- out and an^in- "i jured thumb. With 51 runs required "for a win Glasson and Dowling opened for the' victors and the former laid the wood on' properly, the first wicket falling for _ 42 runs and bj' the time the second wicket had fallen, Shamrocks had 15 runs to apare, t Both teams batted three men short. De- , tails are as follow : BLUES. H. Meares, c Dowling, b Conlon. 7 S. Bennett, c Hamilton, b Conlon .... 5 Rev. B. C. Wilson, not out. 19 R. D. Miller, c Lappin, b Lawrence .... - 6 C Savage, b Lawrence . 1 Dr. Brown, c sub, b Lawrence ...... 0 R. Hamilton, b Glasson . 3 S. S Clark, b Glasson . 3 Sundries .t. 7 Total. 5» Wickets fell at 11, 16, 36, 39, 39, 44, 50. Bowling.-Glasson 2 for 22, Conlon 2 for 12, Lawrence 3 for 10..*'~ SHAMROCKS. E. H. Glasson, b Hamilton . ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arrested. U. BOAT COMMANDER. DESTROYER OF THE SUSSEX. PARIS, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

V ' ! »' H . V", «. Arrested: .^-V:^ IT. BOAT COMMANDERS DESTROYER OF THE SUSSEX. -ils vU¿ <i ii -»'^-»PARIS*-« Muren1 27? *>--*.* . The French authorities in Germany have Ijarrested Captain Sternbruck, formerly com«, anander of U-boat l8, which was b|qscic~) "listed for sinking the Sussex on Marcia I 9X67 íj In one trip he sank 22 ships. i Sternbruck was included in li§t Qf war criminals to be handed over,^bu,t 9ti<££aau& 3h.ith.erto escaped arrest. S

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

1 " -------^/ r Jundah Notes. ?. (From Our'Own Correspondent). wcaxaer etc.-The weather conditions ex- isting at present are certainly not favour- able for rain, and it looks as if March is going to close a dry month. The days are* hot and'the nights cold, clouds appear al- most daily, but gradually drift away as'thej day becomes cooler. It was hoped that the» December rain was a forerunner of good, times near ahead, but unfortunately the first quarter of this year leaves us in a* state of anxiety. It is recognised that once» the warm months close without rain, very, little can be expected from the cool "weather as ohly herbage grows, and grass will not respond to be of any great value." Stock movements, and sales are at a standstill' throughout the district, and all work, other, than that which is absolutely necessai*y ia held up pending rain. Stock Movements.-It is rumoured that* a large number of fat cattle will be removed from Galway. Downs during the coming months, to,aglstment...

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

Southern Racing. ï SYDNfiY, Thursday. ¿ ' Final acceptances have been received sú» ffollQWSj*- (gpj WÄ ifj^ « ^ÈSJ ¿y j] a ^Si0 aoncas^ergjrÇTulïa gpfrcx, -E£singwpldt, Solr$k.oGlenáere*fBr#&fedj?§ WfiittierifSir --Mailands, SycedheW -Nanaracten, '-T«I# Lila, Inias, Boy Larillo, Stony, Duke Isin- glass, Oranian, Nautical Maid, Miss EtLve, ^«Epicure, Fleuriste, All Gold, Liberty Loa«, "kGoldeñ? Treasure, Imputation, Marcineltô, vpool>Llg6t, All Wheat. Í i* ""Sydney* Cup.-David, Specialist, King -gtngoda, Heir Apparent, King Forest, Tri *melöf Bitalli, Kingsfield, Shillinglee, Lib> ^èrtjr rXiöan, Rover, Insurrection, Brilliant, .'Sunshine, Mufti, Sir Andrew, Glen Broril r4er, .Vita. Happy, Queen Thalassa, - E£ lvdor¿do7 " tí.

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Late Commercial. ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

m f / -* JUO ( i\ i Late Commercial . i. ,? -' ? " i ?.O' > -, i ? ?", -.<_,,> ;, t. ENOGGERA FAT STOCKDALES,. Australian Estates wired ¡"the ^following" report» torday^concerning^yfsterjiay's Çnog ? gera sales :-11,00Q sheep penned, includ-; ing 'several lots from, New^Spu^b Wales. Prices opened at 5d,, but goon improved to 5 Jd, and went on improving and at the cjiose touched 6Jd for, best .wether mutton. ( We also sold merino. Wethers to 33/3 ; merino ewes, to 26/6., , r 2460, cattle yarded. Market about saine as last week, excepting for prime bullock beef, which was ^lightly in stronger de - «land., Best bullockjbeef sold at from 18/ ' to 20/- per 100(fb.' -Odd pens higher. Best cow beef, '14/- to 16/-. T Other descriptions easier. Our sales included bullocks t to

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The Sporty Prince. RIDES KINLARK AT MELTON HUNT. FINISHES FOURTH. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

The Sporty Prince. Ti -_- : o : HIDES KINLARK AT MELTON HUNT. FINISHES FOURTH. LONDON, March 28. The Prince of Wales had the biggest race of his career'at the Melton Hunt when he rode "Kiniarlc inL the Open Steeplechase. Kinïark started well.^but lost ground about half way. Two' fences from home the Prince spurted, Kinlark almost Unshipping the Royal rider, and finished a good fourth.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Racing. THE DONCASTER. BIG FIELD EXPECTED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

ó ! - " 'i' '. J¿ <--; T" ;, ¿' : 1-V \.'Y* . \' .'» :o i ñí .'!... ! ,'r>,r \; jil. lu i I á THE DONCASTER* ; ". T í'i j_¡-"-m,"1 4 '- BrGfFIELD'EXPECTED. '% I . . < 0. ^-'SYDNET,' Thursday.:1 'This year's Doncaster*" is generally ad- mitted to'be^bhe of the' inost*opèn'big handi- caps that h!ásJíheen decided1'"in Australia &üri'n.g the present'4 season.'^ 'Since Satur dayV r^ctag^fte^bèttirîg market has fluctu ate'd a? great '¿éal, 'but .tis fleuriste has been responsible * for' 'a " couple' of capital track gallops since then the indications are that he will start ' favourite.' Fleuriste did n'ot run last Saturday, ^ ». The Doncaster 'field'is'certain to be a strong 'one, - *'< J " *

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Golden Casket. BIG PRIZES TO BRISBANE. FIRST PRIZE TO INDOOROOPILLY BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 29 March 1923

I Golden Casket. § .W/S J ?'./> -,.:-in hi.; .i.T.rr.î.t rf-i3 ! I íí.tí; »y>-" ?'_ /j*"3?#iV.í.í*l y. íU'- <* i mu «IG "PRIZESt TO BRISBANE. ] Z UI>«^A1<.' L-... ..* .""i ..J-i» .í).-fu¿- j ,1 FIRST PRIZE'fTO>INDOOROOPILLY ( Ö - . -BRISBANE, Thursday, j ¿ All the three big prizes in the 64th Gold- en Casket went-fó-Queensland.. The first } prize was won by the Rosebud Syndicate! i cai'e Mra>t irftne;,^ Indooroopilly; t 'Brisbane,; |'wi)ih3ticket Npf327-1*9- ^îï JSruïi'i/i i '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sunday Trading. DEFENDANT FINED £2. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Sunday Trading. -'?- : o : - DEFENDANT FINED £5T. On Friday of last week, before the Po- lice Magistrate Nora Davies, licensee of the Lyceum Hotel, Longreach, was proceeded with on a charge that on Sunday, March 18th, she had kept her license'd premises open for the sale of liquor. Mr. R. Peter- son appeared for the defendant, and en- tered a plea of "Not Guilty." Sergeant H. P. Hansen, sworn, stated that on Sunday, 18th March, at about 10.45 a.m., in company with Act-Sergeant Fahey he entered- the h.i'í nf the Lyceum Hotel and heard sounds i»i miking and ratftta of bottles and glasses coming from the dir- ection of the bar.1. He went to a door lead- ing Into the back parlour and finding It locked, knocked, and then went to back verandah of hotel and looking through tho fanlight above the door, saw three men in a parlour. He culled to the defendant to open the door, ahd defendant opened a door leading Into the billiard-room and witness recognised the men as they passed through. Witn...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. The following are particulars of regis- trations made at the local Post Office for the respective 24 hours on the dates men- tioned : - Date. Rainfall 0 24 25 2G 27 28 2!) 30 31 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Max. 06 it 5 90 99 99.2 93.5 9.1 93.5 93.5 99 93.6 90 89.8 80 Min 67 63.8 64 71.2 69 66 67' 63 68 72 64.4 63 60 - 59.S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Geo. B. Shakespeare, SURGEON DISTIST. HAS commenced practice in Longreach, and may be consulted at his office in Eagle street (next Commercial Hotel). PHONE 304. H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH, L.D.Q. DENTAL SURGEONS, BOLSOVER STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, and Eagle Street, LONGREACH. (Phone 283.) tance A. Jones, A.F.I.A. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND SHARE BROKER. MEMBER BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE Telegrams : Lance Jones, Stock-Echange, Brisbane. DALGETY'S BUILDINGS, Elizabeth Street, BRISBANE. d4 MITCHELL A.L.P. A GENERAL Meeting of Members of the Mitchell A.L.P. will be held in the A.W.U. Hall, 7.30.. Sunday evening. 8th inst. All Labour mpporters cordially in- vited. J. M. DURKIN, Secretary A.L.P. 163 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. Vesperman, Conductor) 135 PUBLIC NOTICE. I, Arthur Henry Featherstone, desire to Thank the Public of Longreach and Dis- ...

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BRISBANE NOTES. (From our own Correspondent). THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. : o ? '(From our own Correspondent). ^ « I _ v- 1 THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN. « "«There*has^ been organising in hot haste *. dUring The past week and great efforts have ¿' been, made to secure some:sort of unity ^* against the Labour Party for . the coming fight. Each organisation or group has made many professions about ?rt 'whatsit {s piepaxed to do, but when It came ' to the^pomt of action it Is found that each w section expects the other fellow to do the ' surrender of principles. The negotiations """ are still going on, but it looks fairly definite ,%} that at least thiee paities will be in the '. Acid against Labour. The United and Nationalists parties and the Countij Paity. ^ ?This' means that in some electoiates theie rx are going to be split votes, and in event of ' Êîibour being defeated there will be three parties to squabble about the spoils The 'confusion that exists, and will continue to èxtët, -shows horn shrewdly . Mr. Theodore estimated the position when...

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A Gold Brooch. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

A Gold Brooch. -: o : At the Loingreach Police Court on Tues- day last Samuel May appeared foefpre Major A. E. Áltkin (P.M.) on a charge of iposseráing property reasonably suspected t?of having been stolen. Sub-inspector Far ^rell prosecuted. ' * Constable Barrett sworn stated : "On . 31st Mn*rçh I saw defendant in front of tho Tattersall's .Hotel, Longreach, and accom- panying him to the side entrance asked "What have you in your possession." He replied "Nothing". I searched 'him and found in his shirt pocket,a gold mattrix brooch, and asked him where he got it from. He replied "I found it between Tam- bo and Blackall, about four months ago." I asked Kim "Did you make any effort to find the owner ?" He replied ''Do you ,think°I'm a mug ?" I then" accompanied ' him to his camp and then to the watch house. "The brooch was produced and teiT dered." Ssfmuel May, sworn, stated* : "I. am a la- bourer residing in Longreach.' <In Novem- ber last I was travelling between Ennis ; ...

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