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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Social and Personal. The Queensland United Party Candidate,» j Leon Lyons visited Muttaburra last Friday- j night, when the town and country people- ' gave him a warm welcome at a Smoke Con- . cert in rooms kindly lent by the owner of" the Australian Hotel. There were a great many people present including a number- 1 of ladies. Mr. Norman White, of Warran- daroo, who was in the chair, after the toast of the King was honoured, in a few well chosen words introduced Mr. Lyons to those present, stressing the fact of Mr. Lyons be- ing so suitable a candidate and also dealt at length with his career, pointing out the fact that born in Queensland, Mr. Lyons had passed his life in the! Central West, with the exception of the time he was oversea » with the A.I.F. Mr. Lyons, who was receiv- ed with applause, responded at length. Dur- ing the evening numerous musical items . were contributed to the programme, and the party broke up at a late hour with the singing of "Auld Lang Syne." Mr. J. I....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATEST BY WIRE. THE DOUGLAS MAWSON. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

V LAÏEST BY WIRE. ;il ta '*& pTHE DOUGLAS MAWSON. 9, '\ BRISBANE. Thursday. I There is still no news of the Douglas 't Mawson which has been now missing for Ia week. Advices from Normanton state that Mr. Jillett with his wife and five chil- dren boarded the vessel at Normanton.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

IN MEMORIAM. AFFOO.—In loving memory of our Dear Father, James Affoo, who departed this life on the 12th April, 1916. (Inserted by his loving children). 175

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Obituary.   On Sunday night last the death of Mr.   Henry Allen Sanderson occurred at the   Longreach General Hospital. Deceased was   48 years of age. Mr. A. F. Musgrave officiated   at the graveside service in the           Longreach Cemetery on Monday afternoon.   -The death occurred on Monday last at 1., the jL/ongreach Private Hospital of a very Ë old "and well-known resident of Bimbah ' " ? Station, in the person of Mr. Charles Lewis, Bj aged 76, whom, we understand, was em- ?' ployed for many years on the station men- ? > tioned as* a boundary rider. The funeral ^fc^, of the deceased took place on Tuesday, Mr. g^V A. F. Musgrave officiating at the graveside r^M service. K ~^B

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

JACKSON WELL KNOWN FURRIER and TANNER MANUFACTURER OF FURS and "RUGS ALSO WHIP LEATHER. Customer* Skin» Marked and Kept Sep- arate. DEAD DIRECT WITH JACKSON* Himself. Country Customers receive Special Atten tlon. Address plainly JACKSON^ ^ FUR - SHOPf 338, George Street, BRISBANE.. Nearly halt a Century in Queensland. C7 ooOoo n ra a a u u ta < i m n S3 sa p> a u a FGR THE WOWAN OF THE HOWIE The special women's pages give her the Fashion secrets. The social notes keep her in toach with the social whirl, '-'Household Hints" give her many valuable cooking re- cipes and many other things she wants to know« The Serial Story, published daily, gives her pleasant reading for her spare mo- ments* «THE DAILY MAIL" IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK DAY AND SUNDAY DI El ia H B a ? ? m SUBSCBIPTION BATES. Postase paid within the "s*^ Commonwealth: Daily Paper: Quarterly. 14/ Half-Yearly. 28/ Yearly. 66/ Saturday only (per An.) .. .. 14/ Sunday Mail (per An.) .. ..< 15/ | ; The Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

? Queensland's ? 2 Finest ? FURNITURE B3 Ttlade ac the HlXCO A factory and supplied direct to you at One Small Profit Prices. Write for our free Furnish' in$ Catalogue; it is (he fineil and moat complete ever printed in the StateT> m H ? m a m CASH OR <TERMS Liberal Carriage C4r rangement s 1 S S John Hicki h find Comparu} Limited m george St BRlSBÁTlÉ isiniBSBiYniiB n a « al M a Bl HHar WINCHCOMBE, CARSON» LIMITED. WOOIi BOOKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, LONGREACH. ALL information regarding Wool, Stock, Property, Machinery, etc., will be given promptly on application to the Manager-G. A. TAUNTON. Ofnlccs-Imperial Hotel Buildings. R. S. WERNER, THE COLLAR EXPERT, Denham Street, : ROCKHAMPTON. DOUBLE RIM 37s, 6d, Highest quality Saddles and . Harness at Bed reck Prices. . PERFECT FITTING. First Prize Rockhampton Shows last four years R. S. WERNER, The Collar Expert, Denham Street, ROCKHAMPTON. Glenn Riddell COMMISSION and FORWARDING Agent. HO« SIC AN» PROPERTY SALESMAN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 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.) Lance A. Jones, A.E.I.A. PUBIilC ACCOUNTANT AN» SHARE BROKER. MEMBER BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE Telegrams : Lance Jones, Stock-Echange, Brisbane. DALGETY'S BUILDINGS,*' Elizabeth Street, BRISBANE. C14 DLACKALL f ARWVAL WEEK. May 7th to May 13th. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. ARRANGEMENTS huve been made for the mail train on Monday, May 7th, to leave Longreach at 11 a.m., taking pas- sengers, horses in horseboxes, and small lots qf exhibits for the Show. The Black- all train will be delayed until after the ar- rival of the mail train. Excursion tickets will be issued to Blackall from May 6th to May 9th (both inclusive) from Alpha, Longreach, and Yaraka, and intermediate stations, pro- vided the tx-ain b...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Water. NEW BORE TO BE PUT DOWN. RIVER SCHEME TOO COSTLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

-4 .,-r i. ,-, a, .,.-, Water. - : o ; - -"^ NEW BORE TO BE PUT DOWN. . RIVER SCHEME TOO COSTLY. At Monday's Council meeting the question . of a new water supply for Longreach was discussed and the Chairman (Mr. T. F. Barker) notified that the report from Mr. Ogilvie of the Hydraulic Department was not to hand as had been hoped, but a tele- gram had been received stating that his rough estimate for the supply of river water totalled £29,000, with an annual up- keep of £2000. A communication was re- ceived from the Inter Colonial Well Boring Company supplying a quotation for a new bore, roughly estimated to amount to about ±7000 or £8000. should go to the ratepayers ? ,1, The Chairman : No, not necessarily. 1L\ Cr. Whitty : Have they the right to d« Í onand a referendum on the question. J The Chairman : - They have the right to demand a poll if the council decide to spend loan money on any particular scheme. Cr. Whitty : Supposing this went before them and they voted for the river wa...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Baths TO BE CLOSED FOR WINTER MONTHS. CARETAKER TO BE OTHERWISE EMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

The Baths ? -:o: 3PO BE CliOSED FOR WINTER MONTHS. v , CARETAKER TO BE OTHERWISE EMPLOYED. At Monday's Council "meeting it was de- cided to close down the Longreach swim- ming baths as from May 1st until the sum- mer months. ' Mr. E. H. Glasson (Baths Manager) re- ported that for the past month the baths liad not been well patronised, mainly due to the fact, that, owing to the water short- age, they have not been re-fllled regularly. During the month the Amateur Swimming .Club had conti'ol of the baths for two nights. One for their own club swims, and the sec- ond night on the occasion of the visit of the Brisbane swimmers. Regarding the emptying of the baths.-If the Council de- cided to erect the cooling tank suggested by me, the baths could be filled each week without drawing on the town supply, thus making the baths more popular than they are at present, as the people will not swim in them if they are not cleaned out regu- larly. Cr. Moffat asked if it was a fact that -there was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

UIII|IIIIIIIIIIIIII]|II!UI!IIIIIIinilllIIIIIIII!I!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIil!!IIIll!I!IU!IU!!ë ¡ Stylish Footwear ¡ ¡ at Economy Prices f ¡j A PART from the unusual smartness of the Shoe 5 s A Styles we are showing now, the Prices are so S S ' low as to compel the attention of all who appreciate 5 5 really Superior Values. Here you have all the 5 = Footwear style you desire, and comfort, service- s 5 ability and good quality as well. § ^ Visit our Shoe Section and see the Values. ^ 5 O L-L EY'S LONGREACH ! Ild^hfí ^Brisbane I f ICE ! ICE! 1ST. TANKS, BUTCHER,-LONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFY that he Is now prepared to supply and deliver First-cfass ice In any Quantity at Current Rates. Â TRIAL SOOCTTED. FIRST AID FOR THE THIRSTY. 9QOO -ooooo If we were asked what was the best way to satisfy a 20 H.P. Thirst these humid Summer days we'd suggest a visit to the CENTRAL CAFE. Here you will find plenty of the tinkly cool drinks that quickly establish themselves as favourites. They are dispensed ami...

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Wedding Bells. M'NEIL—M'GOVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Wedding Bells. V M'NEIL-M'GOVERN. An interesting wedding took place at St. J Brigid's Church, Longreach, at half past x eight on Monday morning, when Francis % (fourth daughter of Mrs. A. McGovern, v . Swan Street, Longreach) was wedded to M Gyles C. McNeill, of the Commonwealth *JL bank staff, and second son of Mr. WW. M'Neill, M.H.R. and Mrs. Mc m Neil, Ballarat, Victoria). The bride, who jp was given away by her brother, Mr. Thomas jM McGovern, of Waterloo, Longreach, wore II a pretty frock of white silk, embossed in $H white and pink silk, with overdress of % white beaded georgette, also wreath and ff veil, and carried a shower bouquet veiled i with tulle. She was attended by her sister | Ellen, who wore a pale pink silk paillette M with overdress of pink crepe de chene, and $L girdle of pale pink and silver tissue roses, fe black hat trimmed with tulle and pink roses *«The bridemaid also carried a shower bou -wLuuet of pink roses and carnations, veiled Hpin pink tulle. After th...

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WALLACE—SCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

t WAIiliACE-SCOTT. 1 - i The Church of the Holy Trinity, Black I » all, was the scene of a vei'y pretty and pop I ular wedding on Thursday last, when I - Sheilah, second eldest daughter of Mrs. I Scott, "Hawthrone," Blackall, Was-married to Dr. Thomas Wallace, medical '"practi- tioner at Longreach (says Saturday's "Bar- coo Independent"). The ceremony took 1 place at ll*a.m. in the presence of a large *? number of friends and well-wishers of both * \ parties. ThekRev. G. E. Wheeler officiated. & The,-pretty, girlish bride, who entered the [| church with her mother, was gracefully attired in soft white satin charmeuse, draped with silver radium lace and tissue, the bod- ice trimmed with tiny tulle and silver posies, and caught in front with a large tissue rose. Her veil of plain white tulle was aranged over the hair in cap fashion daintily bunched at the back, and she car- ried a sheaf of white roses and crocuses, tied with pale pink and blue satin stream- ers. Miss Jean Scot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Local Agents t EDWAltDS, MARTIN, I/H>. TELEPHONE No. 57. ROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY AND Ice and Cold Storage Works GALAH STREET, LONGREACH. Most "Up-to-date Plant outside Rockhampton DELIVERY ONLY TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS. »RY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO SPECIALITIES. Westbourne Works NEAR BARCALDINE WOOLSCOURING and SHEEPSHEARIXG TERMS on application Woolpacks supplied at Cost Price. I t t-. For aädional paiticulars apply to The Western Queensland Meat Co. Proprietary Ltd, \ B". M. FERGUSON, Manager. The Longreach Hotel * Under New Management f This Hotel has boen thoroughly renovated and is now* the most up-to-date Hostelry in Central Queensland for the Working Alan. Needless lo say, only the best ot Wines, and Spirits and Beers sold. High- land -Nectar and Dewars Whisky, Wolfes' Schnapps, Carlton and McLaughlin's Beer. Vacancies for respectable permanent Boarders now axallablc. J. A. CATIP, Proprietor. [ADVERTISEMENT.] MITCHELL ELECTORATE. State Election, 12th May 1923. LYONS, THE QUEE...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader".) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Correspondence. \ -: o : (The correspondence columns of the "Leader" are open for the free use of read ? >% er3, for tne PurP°se °f ventilating public ^P" 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.") (To the Editor "Longreach Leader".) ^v .Dear Hir,-An article, the authorship of rr -which, I understand, lies to the credit-or otherwise-of Mr. Lai'kin, has recently ap- peared in the "Melbourne Hera lil" i>r-itir>\a ing Capt. Jones' recent accident with the Bristol Tourer Aeroplane whilst landing at Bourke. As I happened to be rather nearer the machine when the accident took place than Mr. Larkin was, I may be in a ' better position to criticise. The accident was one of those which I am glad to say -are few and far between being due to a temporary engine hesitation, and disaster was averted, by the skill and safety flyi...

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My Lady's Toilet. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

My Lady's Toilet t .? ' -L^r^- :'0 :-' " In the elegant days of the 18th Century, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. This was chiefly, due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complexions and graceful figures, and the, following simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned, some modern, may not come amiss to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAL FEMININE. Most women will suffer anything in order to improve their looks. In order to keep her complexion in Its pristine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to a most painful "skimming" " process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath: exposed. Crude as the method was, the theory was excellent. , / Everyone of us has a clean new skin just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modern application of this principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This is applied just like ordinary cold cream, but on accou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

A VULCANISING 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. GAR FOR HERE. 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. . "\ î ii, i .*. Jl à *$ NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.. ROCKHAMPTON & LONGREACH. 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. -----j Expert Valuers,...

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CRICKET EDWARDS MARTIN v. BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

CRICKET ..-. -; o: ? ? -,. $.'" ' , . EDWARDS MARTIN v. BLUES. í ^ This fixture was played on Saturday last, C .->* and resulted in a win for the former by 15 /» runs on the first innings. The detailed *">*" scores were as follows : Edwards Martin. First innings-Gavin, ¡£ »* b Miller 5 ; Men7ies, b Hamilton, 6 ; ¡ty* » Chambers, c and b Miller, 8 ; Savage, c "< Miller, b Hamilton, 0 ; Rogers, b Miller, *?. 3 ; Roache, b Mulei, 5 ; Large, b Miller, 0; Pt. - Majury, b Miller, 2 ; Bunn, c and b Miller, V 0 ; Moreton, h.o.w., b Hamilton, 0 ; Thorpe, '- " not out, 0 ; sundries 7. Total, 36. Bowling V -R. D. Miller 7 for 16, K. Hamilton 3 for "*'. 13 .*\ Blues-First innings-E. Hamilton, b Lai'ge, 4 ; C. Savage, run out, 4 ; Clark, b Thorpe, 0 ; Meares, b Large, 2 ; Cory, b Thorpe, 0 ; Michod, c Chambers, b Thorpe, 0 ; Miller, b Thorpe, 3 ; K. Hamilton, o Savage, b Thorpe, 2 ; Boyd, b Thorpe, 0 ; Ellis (absent) 0 ; Dr. Brown, not out, 2 ; _ sundries 2. Total 21. Bowling-Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

- * FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD!! INCREASED PRICE OWING to the continued dry weather and increased cost of carting, we are com- pelled to increase the price of FIRE WOOD on and after APRIL 7th as fol- lows : FIFTEEN .SHILLING PER CART LOAD, stove lengths. EIGHT SHILLINGS PER HALF LOAD, Stove lengths. E ' BOON & CORDÓN, Longreach Wood Depot. 159 LONGREACH ANNUAL SHOW FOR 1923 HAS BEEN ABANDONED . .Owing to dry weather conditions. -c2 7 F. C. LONGWORTH, Secretary. H arru p Bros. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS. WISH to notify the Retail Traders and Hotelkeepers of Longreach and District, that they can supply Cordials and Special lines of Aerated Waters of the very best quality. Try the following. LEMON SQUASH. CHILLI PUNCH. RASPBERRY. SARSAPARILLA. And all other lines of Cordials. Nip Tonic Water, Dry Ginger Ale, Soda Water and Sarsa. You can procure from your Merchant or write direct. Be,sure you"get HARRUP. F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, COMMISSION, and F...

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AMUSEMENT HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

AMUSEMENT HOUSES. Entrepreneurs are evidently getting ready for the good times coming, or supposed to be coming if the boom in new amusement houses Is any criterion. The old Theatre Royal in Elizabeth Street, which has been a white elephant for years, and was closed down for a very considerable period was renovated some time ago and is now malt- ing thousands for its lessees. A new mod? ern theatre is in course of erection at the Valley and will soon be completed as a cost of thousands of pounds. A new theatre in Stanley Street known as "Bo- hemia" was opened last week to a packed house but, according to report it did not appear to make any shortage in the at- tendance at the old amusement houses. Something like £20,000 is to be expended on the renovation of His Majesty's Theatre in Queen-street arid not before' it was wanted. Sir Benjamin Fuller was' in town last week spying out the site for a new theatre which is expected to be something quite out of the ordinary. It should be rea...

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BRISBANE NOTES. (From our own Correspondent). THE ELECTION TANGLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. .4t-,:o: (From our own Correspondent). THE ELECTION TANGLES. Though the Easter Holidays, the Band Championship contests, and other enter- tainments overshadowed the somewhat dis- tant election campaign, there has been much futile negotiating between organisations and candidates with the object of smoothing out differences that have arisen. The re- sult, however, still remains chaotic. Aid. Falkiner, the Mayor f of" South Brisbane, has withdrawn from his contest in Buranda against Mr. Huxham-a seat which it is stated he himself did not want at any time and there is a suggestion that he will stand for South Brisbane. Mr. Kessell, 'however, holds the Nationalist nomination, and Captain Gabbett is also a candidate, ostensibly as a United Party man, although according to the oiïlcials of that party it is not endorsing any candidates in the South. ? It looks now, however, that Mr. Huxham will have an easy canter home for Bur- anda because the most that is likely to hap- pe...

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