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Late Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

l^ommercia!. -.) *-<-.-: -o :-"-' . The New. Zealand .Loan and JJ.ercantile. Agency, Coy., Ltd,, Brisbane, report as folr, lows :-Since the .last wool sales in this' centre on the 6th, 7th, and 8th March prices, have shown some improvement, there has been a good enquiry for lots -withdrawn a,t, auction and the majority of greasy fleece de7, scriptions have been disposed, of ,.aÇ satis-( factory ( advances on ' prices bid." Sales' closed in Sydney on 22nd March, with-p'r'ices equal to rates ruling in February for all de- scriptions, "with the exception of best lines of merino fleece, \yhich have not fully re- covered the decline in ' value previously quoted. Compeltion was keen and more ,_ general, and all skirtings were in keen de s mand. London sales closed firm with a m hardening tendency on March 23. The '& outlook is certainly promising for sales in >Mthe immediate future, the Continental sit f'uation showing some improvement, and JLthere is no doubt that s...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A WEEK OF BAND MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

':. A WEEK OF BAND MUSIC. h; The city -vsrlll be full of band munie this ' .. week. There will be bunds, everywhere and more especially hi the various gardens and . parks, processions through the streets, and competitions in the Exhibition hall. Gen- erally, this will be a week of pleasure in the city, little thought being given either to work or politics.,. The band competition is sure to bring a goodly number "of people to town, but certainly the numbers who come will be small compared with those who go away, some to the Sydney^Show and others to the week-end .resorts-all of which are anticipating crowded attendances. Easter is really the biggest holiday of the year sot far as Brisbane is concerned ; it is'the sea- son when the city packs up its handbag and goes to the seaside or some other place. Perhaps the'visitors, ¿however, will "find the city quite full enough for their pleasxire.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Busbys Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

',''-Bu#I)j*s Limited. in another column will he found an an- nouncement of some1 of the goods offered for sale by. this njpw firm. The manager is Mr. W. '»Busb>v'who''\has been connected | with* the business for oyèr 20 years. He (i is an'.expert híífknowledge of the latest h veterinary requirements and all appliances J needed by .the ^grazier and stock owner. . "i His'new place "of business is replete with 1 modern goods. These are all of English J manufacture., Mr. Busby will be glad to î .'Hee any'stock or «tatton owner when visit- ing "Brisbane >and he extends a- hearty in- vitation to call and inspect his extensive stock at Adelaide Street," Brisbane, next the J Gresham Hotel. J

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

^ , WANTED KNOWN. . , L.J: ANDERSON 'REPRESENTING SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. Visits the following tow.is during the month i LONGREACH, BARCALDINE,, JERICHO ALl^HA, 4 ;BLACICALLVi ISISFORD, ILFRACOMBE. \, t cl8 -1 FIRM FOUNDATION I NOTHING, CAN UNDERMINE IT.V ( People are sometimes slow to rccog- r nise true merit, add they 'cannot be blamed, for so many have been hum- * bugged in the past. The expedience of . » hundreds" of people, expressed publicly through, newspapers ,* and other . sources, places Doan's Backache Kid- i ney Pills on a firm foundation here. Mrs. H. J. Ainsworth, ¿Wren Street, t Longreach, sáys: ".Four,* years ago 1 was suffering terribly from, disordered H kidneys, and on the recommendation t of a friend Ï took a course of DoanN ; Backache Kidney Pills, and they conv= pletely and permanently cured hie, for I have had no sign of kidney trouble - since. The pains in my back used to be almost unbearable« and I could not stoop without enduring torture. Day ; and n...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Stock Movement«. The ranger reports Longreach Reserve crossings from 16th to 3lst March as fol- lows : 400 rams Rosedale to Culloden. W. Spence owner, BL Bopf drover. 8000 sheep Green Hills to Eurondilla. J. McDonald drover. ». 85 rams Longreach to Winton. T. Clif- ford) owner, W. Coleman drover. 1000"sheep Leander to Ilfracombe. J. Fisher owner, E. Saunders drovei\ 2000 wethers Apsley to Longreach trucks. W. Reid- ,bwnjäi\ E. Morris drover. 1100 sheep Tooborac to Ilfracombe. W. Reid owner, E. Stewart drover. '1000 .wethers Cressy to Bimerah. J. Mur- doch drover. 3900 wethers Tiree to Bimerah. P. Mc- Queen owner, Les. McQueen drover, 3400 sheep Ilfracombe to Mount Ryde. J. Callaghan owner, G. Smiles drover.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

.O" A 11 ii Í I II i «»iw»o«^a«»<>^»4{<» Motor Accessories, Ford Spare Parts and Engineering Oarage Tools, We have complete Stocks, Best quality, Right Prices, Mo tor Garage men should make en- quiries from us o! their requirements and obtain Cata« logue or send your orders to "ESCA," they will treat you well. MOTOR ACCESSORIES :«Head, Side and Tail Lamps, Spark Plugs, Brake Lining, Steel Bolts, Tool Kits, Span« ner Sets, Body Fittings and Engine Fittings of every description. We Specialise in Ford Spare é%Z3^ Parts. . . 120*130 Edward Street, Brisbane. GOLDSBROM, MT ANO COMPANY. LIMITED, ROCKHAIVÏPVOBV3,, WOOL & PRODUCE I STOCK & STATION BROKERS, j AGENTS LIBEBAL GASH ADVANCES made on the ensuing WOOL CLIP, and on all STATION PRODUCE and. SECURITIES. Consignment of WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, &c, received for sale m the Colonial 01 London Mai Lois'. All Stock, Station, Financial, Shipping, and Insurance business...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rifle Shooting. LONGREACH RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Rifle Shooting. ' .-m' ï o ; ? LONGREACH RIFIjE CUVU'. -;--I The usual week-eñdvpractice of the mem- bers of the above club eventuated on Sun--, day afternoon last the conditions being much better than they have 'been for some con- siderable time, and as a result much im- provement shown allv round' in the shoot- ing. Mr. G» Thurecht, captain, put op the nice score of 90, which is considered very creditable on this range. His score include ed the possible (35, ? bulls' eyes) at the 500 yards-Crange. Some of the younger «hots are also on the up grade, and If they {will only take notice of the instructions jglven them by their captain and also attend practice regularly they will soon be In- cluded in the top notchers. Next week-end a home and home competition is down for decision, between* Longreach , and Hock ham »ton Railway Rifle Clubs. As Rock- hampton Railways possess some really, good É>hots we wish "our boys every success agnU^c them. . The following are the details of the p...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commmercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

CommmerciaL - . V . -"^ Messrs Winchcombe, Carson report on the Enoggera sales of March 28th as fol- lows :- * Sheep.-11,000 sheep were penned for sale at-Ênoggera to-day. The offering in- cluded consignments amounting to 2,500 sheep trucked from New England district - (N.S.W.) ; a trainload from Blackall ; and large consignments from Yelarbon, - Carbuckey, Brookstead, Wyandra, Wanko, ' Southbrook, Dalby, Muckadilla, and Mar- bango. The offering contained a fair per- - cent age of pi*ime sheep but there was a *. good deal of medium and inferior mutton on.offex*. The sales opened to a full at- ¡ ^tendance of buyers, including a large nùm- Î ber of country butchers, _ at about last week's rates and as sales progressed values improved, closing rates being the dearest. Good trade mutton was worth generally from Gd to 6id per pound,' and best qual- ity realising to 7d. per .pound in addition to, skin value. Medium and infei-ior mut- ton, was worth generally from 5*d to 6d per pound, plus...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Jundah Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Jundah Notes. 1 . «J . --- The Weather.-Weather . conditions show a decided change, and as I write small storms can be seen working up, it is hoped that our turn for rain is near at hand. Stock Movements.-Stock movements are at a standstill, and will be until rain falls. Mr. Wells, cattle buyer, who has been In- specting stock on the Keeroongooloo State Station, is expected to return here to-day. It is not known whether he purchased any stock or not. Political.-Mr. A. H. Catchlove, who is electioneering In this part of the Gregory electorate on behalf of Mr. Fergus Mc Master, paid us a visit and spoke in the Hall here on the 29th ultimo ; he received a good hearing. Mr. McMaster is to visit us at an early date, while I understand that our present member, Mr. Pollock, is to be along shortly. Previously, this part of the Greg- ory Electorate waa attached to the Barcoo Electorate. . ' Sheaving.-Retreat Station is almost fin- ished shearing, and when cut out, the con- tractor, Mr. G. G....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

LONDON WOOL SALES. Messrs Dalgety andCompany, Ltd., Rock- hampton, are in receipt of the following cable from their London Office under date of Friday last :-Wool sales closed firm and active with.brisk competition and at high- ( est point of season. Continental and Eng- lish - buyers are the principal operators, French buyers are buying freely. As com- pared with last sale's closing rates, merino wools scoured "and greasy ^unchanged. Con- tinental sorts occasionally slightly dearer, crossbred fine quality greasy unchanged, crossbred" medium quality greasy 5 per cent lower, crossbred coarse greasy and scoured unchanged! slipe wools 5 per cent lower good strong demand, merino, lambs free ir- regular» most descriptions easier, c.rq(ss bred lambs 5 per cent lower. 126,398 bales free offered including 6,700 Cape, 3284 South American, 33,100 New Zealand. Bawra offered 48,000 including 32,417 New Zealand 160,000 sold including 76,000 <to the Continent, 12,000 baies to America. ...

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

-J FROM TUESDAY SAT. 14T .j DONT I. THIS. TWENTY PER CENT »EDUCTION !ft -o- F TWELVE DAYS ONLY. JOB LOT BLOUSES 3/11 ea. HERE ARE A FEW PRICES : ALL GOODS IN OUR STORE LADIES SHOES-Size 2 and 3 - «» 8/11 pair. CORRESPONDINGLY REDUCED .2V a-n mo mu _»«."«, -n»IIMI|^u^K Glowing Usually Bargain Cream Damask 3/6 2/6 Check Glass Cloth 1/6 1/ Floral Cretonnes 2/3 1/9 Cream Flannelette . 1/9 1/3 Red Border Damask 3/11 2/11 Cream Madras 3/11 2/11 Colored Border Madras 3/11 2/11 White Calico 1/6 1/ Madaplom 1/6 1/ Dowlas 2/3 1/9 Check Zephyrs 1/6 1/ Pillow Cases 2/3 ) 1/9 Plain Crepes 1/6 1/ Tobralcros 2/6 1/11 40inch Fine Apron Linen 2/6 1/11 36inch Unen 2/6 1/11 Towels, white and brown 1/ Glowing Usually Bargain Voile Costume Lengths 13/6 8/11 1000 yards Lace to clear 1/6 dozen School Pads 4d now 2d Hole Proof Silk Hose 4/9 Silk Ankle Hose_1/11 Ladies Crepe de Chene Robes embroidered 37/6 Calico Nightdresses Ladies Cotton Vests 4/1 i 1/9 Children's Dresses, assorted sizes 4/11 LADIES White...

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Is Your Name on the Roll. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Is Your Xaiñe on the Boll. In -view of the coming elections electors should make a point of seeing that th.eii.* names appear on the State electoral roll. The last' day for enrolment is April 13th. EASTERTIDE

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

I ° Queensland's S Finest S FURNITURE a . J Ttlade ac the HtXCO ? factory and supplied 5 direct to you at One ? Small Profit Prices. a ? Write for our free Furnish DI in& Catalogue; it is {he fines! ? and moat complete ever m printed in the StatefT* m m CASH OR «TERMS 1 Liberal Carria&* C4rranèementa and Compatvq Limited Qeorqe St BRISBANE liBBIBSBlÜSiSIBQEiß B m u. m a a a a a KI a a a ss a a a a S3 ES ia 5 n C3 a 'ta El U £3 tí a e WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, DIMETED. WOOIi BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS) LONGREACH ADD information regarding Wool, Stock, Property, Machinery, etc., will be given promptly on application to the Manager-G. A. TAUNTON, Oftllces-Imperial Hotel Buildings. R. P, WERNER, THB vCOLLAR EXPERT, Denham Street, : ROCKHAMPTON. DOUBLE RIM 375, 6d, Highest quality Saddles and , Harness at Bed. reck Prices. . PERFECT FITTING. First Prize Kcckl ami Ion Shows last four jeers R. S. WERNER, The Collar Expert, Denham Street, : ROCKHAMPTON. Glenn Riddell COMMISS...

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

Reviews. _____ . n ; , ? . u . ---- f - ". " '' ?* ' We have received from ' *the 'publishers,' through T. F. Barker, bookseller and sta- tioner, Longreach^ a? parcel of magazines,'" which we review as follows : The Premier <"" Magazine.-The Premier Magazine for February 6, Is published. One of the outstanding stories is "The ,El;ernaJ . Farewell" by * Vincent' ^Brown. Itf is ioom plete In this number. Some of the others are "Border Intrique," "The Country4Cfc>us-t in," "Haroun the Rash," v "Poppy '"'from. " Poughkeepsie," "The Outlaw," and "Black Gold." v ''. ' "/ . S $ * Tl»e Dandmark.-"Though black wild {/ -bblts ai'e numerous,who has ever seen a Id white one ? Yet as many wild white Dblts are born as black ones, ""* but *be- " jse of their unenviable distinction, they not live to attain maturity. This is a >ry of a white rabbit which not only lived, t which rose 'to the-highests distinction! lich a wild beast can attain." The fore ing is the introductory rçiote ...

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Wool Values. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

j Wool Values. ' : o : i The Queensland Primary Producers' Co- operative Agency write under date the 23th .of March : We have indicated in our reports from lime to time the factors which pointed to ?tin acute world shortage of wool being re ¿ilised during the present year. The pres- ence of these factors for many months past has constituted- the main reason for ex- pecting that wool values would not only be maintained on a high level, but that the s -.«cale would be a gradually ascending one. Once again the depression, which on this ' occasion set,in towards the end of ITebru fury, has proved to be only one of a series , (Of fluctuations which has been incidental to the upward course of values. It has been as if the trade, fearful of the. unus- ually high cost of the raw material, has paused to take stock of the situation, and .finding no reason for diminished confid- ence, hus again settled down to business. Following th eencouraging reports of the "buoyant tone of the London March...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

i THIS SHOULD ECONOMY INTEREST YOU <#%' ¿W > XD '- '" AT 0 » ervicc GENTLEMEN ! You who choose high class wearing apparel ! Right here iii Longreach we are at your service with all 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 i ¿ SMOKERS! i sawr-y 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 ih case or draught. Twentyfive years of experience are behind our enterprise. .... All cost savings in the keenest markets are passed to our clients. f T'":W' r' Tg.'\*'''&r-'t''%l?r All our efforts are devoted to the satisfaction of our patrons.- - i **> -$ DON, GIBSON Ê? CO., GENERAL MERCHANTS, LONGREACH. t - NOTICE. * UNCLAIMED WAGGONETTE. v ( Waggonette left in Shed at Commercial Hotel by person unknown-to me, If Bameis,not c...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NO THEATRES ON GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

NO THEATRES ON GOOD FRIDAY. "_ Much to the surprise of the general pub- lic, the City j Council, by a majority vote decidedito a.gree"to the opening of,-theatres on Good Friday. The decision has met with very considerable and emphatic criticism* iand, not*only íñ^Ohurctí (Jireles. The An-t glienn Ar.ohbishop^of Brisbane was moved to a strong protest and promised to leave no stone unturned to prevent what the Church of England community considered "a sad and terrible desecration of their most solemn and sacred day". The Mayor made no secret of the fact that personally^ he was opposed to the opening of the theatres on Good Friday which he and others of his way of thinking believed was "the getting in of the thin end of the wedge" in *the direction of a Continental Sunday. His Worship, however, bowed to, the voice of the majority of Aldermen and undertook to grant the permit if it was not a breach of the Council's by-laws. For- tunately for the peace of the Community the Council's» Sol...

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

Stealing Galvanised Iron. " .. At the Longreach Police Court on Monday last before Major A. E. Aitkin, P.M., Ernest Eves and William Henry Jones * were charged with stealing a quantity of galvan- ised iron valued at £11 the property of In- glis and Fanning. Evidence of arrest \yas given by Acting-Sergeant Fahey on the previous Saturday and defendants released on bail. Sub-inspector Farrel prosecuted. Both defendants pleaded "Guilty" and were each fined £5 and ordered to make resti- tution of £5/10/-, in default 3 month's im- prisonment with hard labour.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aramac Notes. (From our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Aramac Notes. - : o : -> -(From our Own. Correspondent). Racing'.-On Saturday last a'small func- tion took place at Mr. Cahill's hotel, Ara- mac, when the trophies In connection with the forthcoming "Foy Cup" metting were officially handed over by Mr. Burgess, on be- half of Mr. Foy, to the treasurer of the Club. The cup Is of beautiful workman- ship, suitably inscribed and carries with it a gold watch and chain, the two being valued at £500. The Hardy Brothers tro- phy consists of a large, handsome silver cup, with luminous dial, alsov suitable in- scribed. The fourth prize is a lax'ge gold cigar case, well worth competing for. The above ti'ophles ai*e all on exhibition dur- ing the day at the Bank of New South Wales, and are atti'acting quite a number of sightseers. Tennis.-*The talked of tournament be- tween the Church of England and Towns Clubs was,fought out on Saturday and re- sulted in a w In for the town team by a narrow mai-gtn of two games. The Church Club has only been...

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

Çood J/ewsfor jtfoiorístsf, «f*-* "DUNLOPS" REDUCED PRICE In making the above announcement we regret that it is not possible to f umish 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, 22nd January. This means greater value, for DUNLOP - j Will still maintain their high standard of quality, thereby ensuring cheaper motoring to users of these dependable, long service tyres. THE NEW PRICKS. c MILLIMETRE SIZES. AMERICAN SIZES. Sizes in Millimetres. 660 X 66 700X65 700x80 f 700x86 } 710 x SO 760 x 85 {760 x 00 760 x lOO 760 x 106 765 x 106 810 x OO 810 x lOO \_ 810 x 105 Oto X 90 gio k 106 "Railroad , Beaded Edge i Tubes rf! £ a. d. 3 5 6 3 5 9 4 1 O 4i 3 6 4 16 4 4. 9 O 6 6 6 6 4 10 6 8 9 6 11 O 5 14 9 6 12 O 6 17 3 6 7 3 7 16 O 16/ 15/6 16/6 16/6 18/3 17/ 19/ 19,9 20/6 20,6 19/6 20/6 21/3 20/9 23/ Slzes in Millimetres. , "Railroad" Beade...

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