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CRICKET FIRE BRIGADE v. COMBINED B. GRADE TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

W*Tmm**mmwmmmm*mmm^m*m**Mm**m*M*mmm**m , , -_____-* V CRICKET -?.. - -1 i o : ? FIRE BRIGADE v. COMBINED B. GRADE TEAMS. Played at the Show Grounds on Friday, 30th March, and resulted In a win for the Fire Brigade by one run. The following are the scores : COMBINED B. GRADE.-First Innings. J. Dunbaven, run out. 0 C. Boyd, b Byrne. 0 R. Brown, b Young . 1 E. Large, c C'oopex-, b Byrne. 0 R. Ix-eland, b Majury . 3 G. French, 1> Young . 2 J. Collins, c Majury, b Young. 3 J. Martin, b Byrne. 0 B. Hall, b Majury . 6 C. Ford, not out . 2 ^ Sundries . 10 rf - _ i Total . 27 i Bowling :-Byrne 3 for 2, Young 3 for 8, Majury 2 for 7. FIRE BRIGADE.-First Innings. G. Majury, b Boyd. 1 J. Cooper, b Boyd . 4 S. Byrne, b Boyd .". ft L. Young, c Large, b Boyd. 2 Horder, b Boyd .h..-. 4 C. Pollard, c Large, b Murtin. 3 W. Readford, b Boyd. 0 B. Setter, b Boyd . 0 J. Duffy, c sub., b Martin. 4 A. Duffy, b Boyd. 0 H. Roach, not out ..-. 14 Sundries . 1 Total . 36 Bowling :-Ireland 0 for 5, Boyd 8 f...

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

Foy Cup Meeting. Given good weather the above meeting promises to be a success. The prize money amounts to £905 distributed over 12 races. The weights for the first day, together with those for the Wallah Bracelet (to bo- run on the second day) are as follows :-? Shorts Handicap, 5 furlongs :-Grass acre 12-2, Massive 12-2, Athamore 11-0, Cooltun 10-10, Peter S 10-7, Eardrop 10-3, Tupha 10-3, Satin Lady 10-2, Dollaroo 9-12,. Fondoller 9-9, Prince Marmalade 9-7. Foy Cup, 12 furlongs :-Baton 12-0, Mas- sive 12-0, Bonnie Ken 11-10, Eudomore 11-7, Moonbong 11-6, Blush Red 11-6, Wongawlllie 11-4, Don Donnetto 11-2, Barber 11-2, Athamore 10-12, Bonnie Skop 10-5, Gunner Lee- 10-4, Sllvercon 10-3, Mutegull 10-0, Fernie 10-0, Blue Yet 9-7,-'Vanarl 9-7, Young Painter 9-7. " First Novice, 5 furlongs :-Peter S 11-7, Wallmulla 11-4, Tupha 11-3, Eardrop 11-3, Mutegull 11-2, Mulciber 10-12, Vanarl 10 10, Dollaroo 10-7, Blue Yet 10-7, Galanga 9-12, Lady Rovah 9-7. District Handicap, 6 furlongs :-Ten...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Hospital Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Hospital Races. -:o:- - A very successful hack x*ace meeting in aid of the local hospital was held on Sat urdaj' afternoon last, the racing was good, but the attendance was not quite as large as it should have been, considering that the day was a holiday and taking into con- sideration the object of the gathering. The profit to the hospital will be somewhere between £70 and £80, the receipts having totalled £145 and the expenditure about £70. During the day £112/10/- passed through the totallsator, the profit to the hospital from which will amount to £11/ 5/-. Officials.-Judge, Dr. T. I. Wallace ; starter, B. Taylor ; timekeeper, J. McCon achy ; clerk of scales, S. S. Clark ; tote clerks, R. F. Creaghe and W. J. Ferris ; tote steward, Rev. B. C. Wilson ; handicap per, F. B. O'Rourke ; clerk of course, R. Woulfe ; scale steward, Rev. L. F. Mc« Laughlen ; deputy stewards, F. J. McKeon, H. J. Solley, J. Browne, A. E. Aitkin ; hon. secretary L.H.J.C, F. C. Longworth. j The results were ...

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

; «Ju« c ! W ELGAR THËtcNNISRAmUETREPAIRER 57-59 Sydney Arcade. Corner George& King $g Sydney. ResTRuria throughout Superior English Lamb Gut ilio o English Best Í1 5 0 4 N«l Quality ¿far DF DA IDQ ! nnX ,-«.' ¿somvLStrings oownorcross I N?2 W'fyjâr 9P PER STRING I ./»PnACQUWS SENT PARCEUS POST. ? ^T COST 9D CASH WITH ORDER& ! I m Prompt with Country Orderu, ¡ 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. BON 9, LONGREACH. PADDY KING, TATTERSALLS HOTEL, BLACKALL, Phones 169, 77. and 21, ', Wishes,,to Notify the Sporting Public of Longreach that lie lias opened a SPECIAL BOOK, on the £0Y CUP. * All 'Wires and« Letters Attended to- , No Reply-No Business. - I...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Sound Wool Resumption THE DOMINANCE OF LOCAL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Sound WöölResümption .?_ - . .-? :o-:-. THE DOMINANCE-,OF LOCAL SALES. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Sydney, re- port :-"The upward tendency in merino wool values at both local and London sales, and the advance of, 2d to 3d per lb in prices for tops, gives a sound indication of future wool prices. Tops, 64's which temporarily dropped to 59d have advanced to 62d. That recovery was necessary, otherwise top makers would have been .compelled to face losses which sooner or later would have been reflected in diminished competition for raw wool. , The ascendancy of Australian markets as the barometer to world-wide wool prices is evidenced in recent happenings. Syd- ney market gave the first indication of the revival in rates, and markets abroad, im- mediately the cabled news of stronger de- mand was received, showed a similar fav- orable trend. Years ago London'waa un- doubtedly the world's 'dominant wool selling centre. But its importance has waned. Even 30 years ago, 50 per cent of the wool ...

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Wedding Bells. M'NEIL—M'GOVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Wedding Bells. M'NEIL-MCGOVERN. An interesting wedding took place at St. Brigid's Church, Longreach, at half pas-t eight on Monday morning, when Francis (fourth daughter of Mrs. A. McGovem, Swan Street, Longreach) was wedded td Gyles, C. McNeill, M.H.R. and Mrs. Mc- Neil, Ballarat, Victoria). The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Thomas McGovern, of Waterloo, Longreach, wore a pretty frock of white s,ilk, embossed in white, and pink silk, with overdress of white beaded georgette, also wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet veiled with tulle. She was attended by her f-ister Ellen, who wore a pale pink silk paillette with overdress of pink crepe de chene, and girdle of pale pink and silver tissue roses, black hat trimmed with tulle and pink roses The brldemald also carried a shower bou- quet of pink roses and carnations, veiled in pink* tulle. After the ceremony the wed- ding party, which was confined to only immediate friends and relations, were en- tertained at a ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Social and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Wigan left Longreach by Monday's mail train en route for the South. Mrs. A. F. Musgrave left by Monday's mail train for Sandgate, where she intends spending a holiday. Mrs. E. H. Phillips journeyed to Rock- hampton by Monday's mail train. Mrs. Phillips intends spending a month's holiday with her parents in Rockhampton. Mrs. Schoelfieid and daughter, Marjorie, left on Monday for Toowoomba where they intend spending a short holiday. On Wednesday, Rev. B. C. Wilson left for Blackall (where he will act as best man for Dr. Wallace) and intended to proceed to Rockhampton on Thursday for the pur- pose of attending the Anglican Synod. Misses Edkins and Moyse arrived by mail train on Wednesday and are proceeding to the Tower Hill races. Saturday's arrivals by mail train eluded :-Miss Hehir, Mesdames Mc Aullffe (2), Henrick, Chilcott, Hutchins,. Can-, Boyd, Messrs Walker, Casey, Hutch- ins, Rodgei-s, Boldeman, Boyd, Hempen stall, Henrick, McMaster, McCarthy, ...

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"Smith's" Win. THE MYERSON LIBEL CASE. BIG COSTS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

"Smith's" Win. j THE MYEïtSON LIBEL CASE. I BIG COSTS. I SYDNEY, Thursday. | The libel ca.'-e Myerson versus "Smith's ..-Weekly"'for - jMO.'OOO damages, came to an end'after a hearing lasting 27 days,.during which-the costs amounted to over £11,000 The jury, after ten hours' retirement, re turned a majority verdict of 10 to 2 for the defendant newspaper» {

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

IN MEMORIAM. WILLIAMS.-In Sad and Loving Memory of my Dear Husband, who departed this life on the 7th April, 1919. Oh, my heart is aching dear Husband as I think of you to-day. But. was the hour when I lost you, it seems but yesterday. We cannot clasp your hand Dear Husband, your face we cannot see. But you left us to remember, none can fill a husband's place. Inserted by his loving Wife and Family. (Mrs. G. Williams, Crane Street, Long- reach). 160 REYNOLDS.-In Fond Memory of George Reynolds, died 6th April, 1922, aged 69 years. You are not forgotten Dear Husband, For true love never dies ; The dearest spot on earth to me. Is where my Darling Husband lies. (Inserted by his loving Wife.) 155

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

4 i A cough or cold can be checked .on the "lick of the clock." Mtn have fourd it contenant to keep a boitte of BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS handy, sa that thty can take a sip when a inter ailments an 'jtounce their arrival. < Taken "in time'' ii is sutcst and-qmckest in preventing a col J settling on the chest in banhhtng btonchfftirar an at fat A at Influaiza. *?-'Besuïc //via Bonnington's. ^ f Price 119 and^l- bottle rjA k*^ 'Bonnington'* Jubas greatly atstet /£§\ KV3hcu eaietfichuikj throat -Motin ¿Ti' I :ForCouqhs ä Colds r-- -:,i' ?.".,;-- ??'??r'''.;'; ..??...«--??; .?.?? ;.;...(..? |...v.--» .v:1j :;.f =..;.«??: ?.'<; r- ." .:.;..: -* ....' if> ,".',;.s _;?;.,, :?\a.i.s. v..',!;'' (l8 years witlv Edkins, Marsh) -,,".', cbatPANY! ¿ÇCR^TARY ? ?;. :; ACCOUNTANT . ,.. . ,J\ -,/ '/., auditor,; j ...... ... -^'EtcM,"''''.'?. "'': :; LONGREACH. : ANNOUNCEMENT. v JOSEPH KEIWA & CO, Joseph- Kemia, F;C:P.A.', F.F.I.A., F.C.I.S; Harold F. Jones, A.C:P.A., A....

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THE BASIC WAGE FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

ft I" THE BASIC WAGE tFOR FARMERS. ¿'At the recent Laboùr^conference at Emu carle a motion was passed, at the request pjf fth'e A.W.U., to bepure an.,amendment of the. Arbitration AcV1 -which will "'bring- the farming industry, under the. Arbitration Court. ' Those; Labour ?n embers who repre- sent couñtry'^eats nbw realise tha"t " the A.W.U. has led .them1 into a very bad pollt . i£al cul-de-snc^ ilrfact it "may be'ïakqn for granted that ievén the. Agricultural Coun- cil, which is supposed to be non-political, will have to take up the cudgels against the Government to prevent such an imposition iheing placed on farmers. It may be taken for granted that the Labour men .who are contesting count i y seats will have to op- pose such a plank yet they are In the'posi tion that It is part of Labour's new fight- ing platform. Doubtless the members of the Country Patty will have quite tv lot to way abput that impo-slble imposition when they take the-field. Tn the meantime men like Mr. Gilli...

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WHO'S TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

rwHO's to pat: . Quite an interesting position has ai'isen between the South Brisbane City Council and the Joint1 Health "Board; as to "wlrich of them ehould foot the .bill, for rakrprobf ingthe wharves under¿ ttíe^ .Couneiilsvjuris- diction. The Board is determined that toll owner« of-wharves "must male^.therr pro- perties rat'proof'and issued 'an' order ac- cordingly. The Government, the'City Coun- cil and private, owners I'have'JcorAplied with this instruction»» but'-cthe SbûthV>Brisbàne Council has> vei-y strongly^ demurred. ?In the first place, they contend that jthe Joint Health Board-is responsible'f or* the payment for the work, and in this they aire backed up by Counsel's . advice. - While", admitting that the work is necessary ihr-th'e interest of public health South Side, Aldermen var- iously maintain'thaf'the whole-of the ex- penditure-should not be enforced.on the ratepayers ,of the,, Southside City, " that other' Local Authorities Î" Should pay their share, that'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

ÂîTnWL EXPRESS.-Or» this payo was chown reeontly the first British "criai express to arriva in Germany. This is tho first Girman machine ';*> arrive in Er.gJand in -«-ir.ccijon with the London-Borun eorvic«. LATEST AMERICAN SUBMARINE_The OS going at full speed during the ¡ * Navy Day manoeuvres off New Lo ndon, U.S.A. *? | \ 2EAL0U8 PRIESTS»- In the stampede of Greeks to get out of tho Near ./5 ( East, priests may always be found with the flying refugoes. T!iV-i;>-"A BOYS.-This shows the fine stamp of Australian boys being .¿reined cn the Tingira. They are brinaino a gun into position at the . F'olJoo and Firemen's carnival held in Sydney recently» AUSTRALIAN GLADIATORS.-This looks like a tableau of Grecian Qladia- ' j toro. As a matter of fact, it is a group of Newcastle bo;«rc. r , INDOLENCE ® * " ~* ARROGANCE .'« . JOK^pnie-wlnmng doga. «t jihè » London Kennel Astoggtjön'« jShoWi r «£_$, - ->v

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

Thorpe <& Robson, BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS ROCKHAMPTON and LONGREACH. No Job too big and none too small PLANS PREPARED. Estimates given free OUR MOTTO :-Promptness, Strict At- tention to Your Needs, Personal' Super .vision, and Reasonable Prices. We Specialise in Cementing Tanks, Guar- antee Our Work,"and "Vjrill go anywhere W13 ARE THE FIRM FOR YOU. ICE! ICE! W. TANKS, BUTCHER,-LONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFY that he Is now prepared to supply and deliver First-c1 ass Ice in any Quantity at Current Bates. A TRIAL SOLICITED. j The Southport School SOUTHPORT QUBKMILAMD n Ck weh. of Baglftad J Orama» Schael 3 ter Bow* § ?m« »attwt S CtMaBtiMaJLMsM « «¿»talah. 9 Baudin«* and OnoIi al» tffeJMM .» ¡ «bebank* of the fceautUmM*k?m w-a, J . Tb* Behool ham m ulnae»« Oround. The kmUdlBss ara nwnil "HonM Syrian*/* University, Commercial« and Preparatory Tmm. Special Form for bar« "Jie land." 3 A separate JTanler ?.*».?. - between «ha «h .* S and It. Illaetiated I NOTICE TO STATION ...

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Ancient Order. Foresters. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 6 April 1923

Ancient Order. Foresters. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. Tho thirty-seventh annual meeting of the Rockhampton United District Ancient Or- der of Foresters was held in the Masonic Hall, Longreach, on Easter Monday. The meeting opened promptly at 10 a.m. Bro. H. A. Black, District Chief Ranger, presiding. At the outset the question was raised as to whether Press Representatives, not members of the Order, could be present at the meeting. Eventually it was decided that according to the rules it was not per missable, hut at close of proceedings a re nort of the proceedings would be handed to Press representatives. Bro. Boyes (Court Pride of the West) was appointed Press official. .After the preliminary exercises' JBro. ' Black, D.C.R., formerly opened the Court and welcomed the delegates to the dis- trict meeting, expressing the wish that business would be expedited and carried through in good fellowship. A letter of apology for absence was re- ceived and accepted from Bro. Fitzpatrick. After ...

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

A Spreaä ^ùf Good Paint - is an insurance against decay and loss of; value. ^Take out a protective policy now-use Sherwin-wiuiams Paint **-«*** -it defies the effect of sun, rain and damp ' It beautifies, preserves, : enhances value and improves appearance. Specify &#:P. al ways. ncsyriT\ ^s «ART« \ «8»« Local Ascott » EDWARDS, MÄJlTIN/liTD. TELEPHONE No. 5 7. ROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY * , . ' ' .AND , /ce and Cote/ Storage irks GALAH -STREET, LONGREACH. ?. Most Up-to-date Plant outside Rockhampton DELIVERY ONLY TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS, v DRY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO SPECIALITIES. (% Westbourne Works NEAR BARCALDINE. * WOOLSCOURING nnd SHEEPSHEARÏNG TERMS on application. Woolpacks supplied at Cost Price. - For addional .pax'ticulax's apply to . The Western Queensland Meat Gc Proprietary Ltd, D. M. FERGUSON, Manager. * The Longreach Hotel J Under New Management ¿ This Hotel has boen thoroughly renovated taxxd Is now tho xnost up-to-date Hostelry jin Central Queensland for the Wor...

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

Oômmonwïtfe HEAP OFFICE -*m%$ses>~ SYDNET. OPEN FOR ALL CLA38E8 OF General Banking- Business fn the Principal Cities and Towns of Austral!«, New Quinea (2) and London (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and Savings Bank Agsnoles at 8189 Post Offices through out the Commonwealth of Auitralla. Territories of Papua and New Quinea, 8otomon Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. 3a% Intoroat on Deposits up to «1,000. 3% Intorost on Amounts ovor «91.000 up to *t1,300. Deputy Governor: Governor; . JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.G. STEWART'S MANCHESTER SPECIALS. ,!?* TOWELS. 19 x 40 CREAM TOWELS, Coloured Stripes .. .. 20 X 40 BROWN TOWELS , ». 20 X 42 CREAM TOWELS ... 25 x 45 BROWN TOWELS . «... 25 x 49 BROWN TOWELS ». 24 x 48 CREAM TOWELS /" . < ,. 28 x 52 BROWN TOWELS ... ». l8 X 38 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS ' ,." *. 23 x 42 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS " .. . ^ 25 x 48 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS .. «. 22S x 45 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 27 x 55 EXTRA SPECIAL "CHRIST...

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

¿pt-your * ß v^> THE gems of the musical world are at your command on the New Beale Player-Piano. The dazzling brilliance of the most technically difficult com- positions are perfectly played on this wonderfully proficient instrument. Yet so delicate are the various controlling devices that it is just as easy to interpret a simple melody whose colour and feeling are its only attri- butes. Ask to hear a favourite selection, RF A T F * company Tnrn JLIJLi.rXJLl.El (QUEENSLAND)JLil jL#. féCZ3Z330CZZZOOB03ZZ^^ You flattervyourself, "Sweetie' PEOPLE wSJh.a highly educated Jaste in tea look upen you as something-of\;cn "interloper"':-Don^;; imagine .for a moment that you ' are; indispensable to a 'good~.-c.up of KING TEA." Sometimes your popularity hinges upon-your,-absence. You have simply become a habit born of the time when-Tea was not si? carefully selected, graded and dried as KING TEA no\* As', arid in consequence you served a useful purpose in disguising <he bitter ra...

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

Il PUBLIC NOTICE^ »ROVERS with travelling^ stock passing > through WEIiLiSHÖT must v 'give 'Proper i Written Notice at the -Head Station *or ßrn iái&tina Outstation. Notice by'Telephone not ÏMicccpted. ","..,.. r - , t , -,.-, K 's <f\ O' - Why* Is 7his Man So Popular? nVS, NOT T"EE ILVÛ ..', IT'S -,* PiU?ER'HE IS SHADING. BRISBANE'S BRIGHTEST DAZLY. All the - NEWS wjiile î *& « JSi.9 its NEW! SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Fe stage paid within the Commonwealth : Daily Paper. Quartprly ^.14/ Half-yearly. 28/ Yearly. 56/ Saturday only iper An ) .. 14/ Sunday Maa (per An.) .. 15/ TherDaily Mail 29^294 QOTECT-STREET,. :, i BRISEjANTÈ.- ,"& } 2. *. ¿l l~ Seiles 2. OOQOO -ooqo^- »7 ooOoo o -ooOoc NOTICE HOWARJ) and HANCORN are- prepared to undertaken ^contracts for Sub ' « Artesian Boring'-and "Water Finding " Supply 'Guarantees.l No Water, No Fay. Correspondence invited. '> First-crass Testimonials. Terms on Application to HOWARD AND HANÇORN. Telephone ,v18...

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

VUIiCAîïISrXG WORKS. NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce that he has taken "over the Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton Hotel. First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence 318. CAR FOR HTRE. PUBLIC NOTICE. W..W. SAINSBURY is now prepared to undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 feet. Lowest estimates given on applica- tion. ADRESS.-P. O. LONGREACH. 'Longreach Leader' Up-to-date JOB PRINTING WORKS. NEW ZEALAND LOAN & IANTHE AGENCY CO., LTD.. & LONGREACH. ROCKHA1V1PTOW _ _W"_.._.WB.. And at LONDON, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, BRISBANE, TOWNSVILLE, HUGHENDEN. ALBURY, DUBBO, and throughout NEW ZEALAND. j WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, LIVE STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, " FINANCIAL, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING & INSURANCE AGENTS, & MERCHANTS HAVE special facilities for realising in any Market to advantage all WOOL, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS. FURRED SKINS, and TALLOW entrusted to their care. -~--_--» Expert Valuers, Moderat...

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