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Tennis. LONGREACH R. C. CLUB v. BARCALDINE R. C. CLUB. A WIN FOR LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Tennis. -: o : LONGREACH R. C. CLUB v. BARCALDINE R. C. CLUB. A WÍN FOR LONGREACH. On Sunday last a very enjoyable day's tennis was indulged In on the Roman Catholic tennis courts, Longreach, when the St. Columba's Club engaged in a friendly match with the Barcaldine R. C. Club, the play resulting in a win for the local team. The visiting players arrived by mail train on »aturday*"afternoon and were en- tertained at dinner at Comino Bros. Cafe» whilst they were also guests of the local team at the Royal pictures. Play on Sun- day was commenced at 11 o'clock, and throughout the match was witnessed by a large number of interested spectators. During the afternoon light refreshments were served by the ladies, and the enjoy- ment of the afternoon was added to by a musical programme contributed by the Convent orchestra (who had the assist- ance of Messrs. F. Affoo and J. Tidswell, cornets). The respective teams were as follows :-Barcaldine : Messrs J. Lennon (capt.), J. MacAlister, T. Gur...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
State Election Polling Places. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

State Election Polling: Places. The following polling places have been gazetted for the Mitchell Electoral Dis- trict. Single polling places-Aramac, Ar-, rilalah, Brisbane, Ilfracombe, Longreach A to Y and Muttaburra. Group po.lling places -Longreach Z, Aberfoyle, Acacia Downs, Alroy-Ambo, Baratria, Barcoorah, Beacons- field, Beryl, Bibil, Bimbah, Bowen Downs, Brixton, Coreena, Corindah, Corona, Cram- sie, Darr River Downs, Dartmouth, East« mere. Edie Creek, Evesham, Fermoy, Four« teen Mile, Longreach-Winton Railway, Gar- field, Green Hila, Happy Valley, Katan- dra, Kensington, Lerida, Longreach Hos- pital, Mahrigong, Maneroo, Needlewood, Rodney Downs, Saltern Creek, Silsoe, Stain- burn, Strathdarr, Tangorin, Tarcombe, To- cal, Uanda, Vergemont, Wellshot, West- lands, ..Yanburra. Fox Cup. The township ot Aramac has had a very busy appearance this week and for the past ten days horse owners, trainers, jockeys, and bookmakers have considerably swelled the usual population. At night th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOCKS AND SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

STOCKS AND SHARES. . Commonwealth 5 per cent (1923) Buyers £99J, sellers £99§. Commonwealth 4Ü per cent (1925)-Buy- ers £983, sellers £985. Commonwealth 4J per cent (1927)-Buy- ers £984. Commonwealth 5 per cent (1927)-Buyer £981, sellers £982, sales £98g. Commonwealth 6 per cent (1930)-sellers £104i. Queensland State, 6i per cent-Seller £107i Queensland Meat Export-Buyer 12/-, sel- lers 11/75, sales 11/7J. Queensland National Pastoral Co. Ltd., 7 per cent pref.-Buyer 17/9, seller 18/3. Nestles and Anglo Swiss Milk Co., 8 per cent cum. pref.-Buyer 21/9. E. Rich & Co.. Ltd.-Sellers 14/3. Castlemaine Brewery and Quinlan Gray & Co., Ltd.-Buyer 11/-, seller 12/-. Perkins & Co., Ltd.-Buyer 13/10, seller 14/3. Queensland Brewery Co., Ltd.-Buyer 25/ Finney Isles & Co., Ltd.-Seller 17/6. M'Whirters' Ltd.-Buyers 23/6. Bawra-Buyer 24/9, sellers 24/11, sales 24/10J.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 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 will go anywhere WE ARE THE FIRM FOBTYOU. ^^^Keep fret of a cold when on the road. Carry the remedy with you. Take a sip of Bonnington'* Irish Moss at the first sign of a chut. Don nington's checks the trouble, aftates the fever, loosens any phlegm and aids expectoration. It soothes the In/lamed tissues and stops coughing. Splendid T-sss-a-iiSi-v' is? ,or co,ds o» '*« chest or Bron. J"'5» jy°jS<lS chills, italso warasoff influenza _ t-. -.- - s* ant¡ ciears a ¿0i¡¡ from the head. Hr.ce 2/9 end 31 Donnlngton's Jubes are also tandy They soothe sore and relaxed throats. 2/6 tin. peefxscsiasesi j IRISH MOSS for Couqhs & Colds «EM &^^&as^^ Weste...

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

il I I ¡: ?li ?i . i ?a M ii: ;i¡ ?ii ï i ?j i' ¡ii. II li ¿I ii w i i ;í s J :.ï 1 ?1 :i BERGERE PAINT (prepared). ijk is- guaran- teed to give satisfaction. / Sold ¡?y_ ' ". J., * * ?*? j*. # .* # * * 'There is m tide in the affairs of : men which, taken at the flood, '. ' leads on to fortune." £5,000 is provided by the ********************* XL * «. "There is m tide in theaffairs of * £ min which, taken at the flood, jf ?S- ". ' leads on to fortune." . J. * # * * It may be foryon. Who knows f.^ BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! J Do not fail to participate in .* Drawings ivhich take place about * fw/y fortnight ' * * * # ^:: \* ??,*. :??*: 813 Prizes £5,OOOto£5 («.ubiet» to !2i% Federal Tax) 100.000 tickclt m 5/3 etch, add 4d postage .when writing direct to include Kesult Slip. ', Tickets arc 6/1 through agents. The e «re no promoters' .profits. * * Proceeds In tld of Queensland Hospitals ^ Conducted and Drawn under authority and -)( supervision of Queensland Government Jt There is no' embarc...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORTH REPEATING. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

WORTH REPEATING, ? ' ? ' - : o : i ? ?? ?' HUMOUR-ALLEGED and' OTHERWISE. "Did he dive in the sea of matrimony?" "Yes. And his wife has kept him out of his depth ever since." . » # . "Wife : "Do you know it's two o'clock in the morning ?" Hubble (after late night): "Eh, darling ? Whish mornin' is it?" » * * . Lecturer : "Wake that fellow next to ?you, will you.?" Student : "Do it yourself, you put him to sleep." * . . * Reggie : "Mother's throwing plates at . fathejc." Visitor : "Is she angry with him?" "No ; but she's working up to it." * r .. "" * * * "Did you try to console the widow of the " old man who was killed in that motorcar accident ?" "Yes. I told her she could remember always that her husband had the , fight of way." Photographer (to somewhat faded sit- ter) : "Look pleasant, please." A mo nient later : "It's all over, ma'am. You mav resume your natural expression." » . . . The Man : "Your little brother saw me kiss you. What must I give him to make him quiet about it?"...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH. Mr. Theodore at Cairns on Tuesday Last. FELLOW ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH. * " 'ii tñ(nr" Mr. Theodore at Cairns on Tuesday Last. FELLOW ELECTOBS. There is no mystery connected with tho decision of the Government to make an appeal to the poople boforo the roassom bung of Parliament. At tho last general elections the Government was returnod with a vory narrow majority, and this majority was still further reducod by the defection of a member during the second session. Sinco our working majority in Parliament was _ thus reducod to ono, tho position admittedly has become precarious. More- over, as the Government has a very com- prehensivo policy to place before you embracing land settlement, agricultural organisation, improved conditions for settlers, and othor cognate subjects, besides a dofinito programme of legislation on social and othor questions, which I will out lino in the course of my speech, it was thought advisablo to dissolve Parliament and request from tho electors a fresh mandate to carry out this programmo in a new Parli...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
QUEENSLAND UNITED PARTY MR. TAYLORS POLICY SPEECH DELIVERED AT WINDSOR, APRIL 12th, 192[?]. Mr. CHARLES TAYLOR, M.L.A., Leader or the United Party, to a crowded audience at the School of Arts, Wind[?]or, on Thursday, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

ITED PARTY mt MR. TAYLORS POLICY SPEECH DELIVERED AT WINDSOR, APRIL 12th, 1021. Mr. CHARLES TAYLOR, NI;L.A., Leader or the United Party, to a crowded audience at the School]of Arts, Windaor, on Thursday, April 13. Kar Tay'or said:-. , BJitore delivering that portion of ¿ty, address- to-night, which deals with Ck* policy and platform ot the Queensland United Party, I wish to offer a few criticisms on the present Labor Administration. An Adminis- tration,! which has had control ot the affairs of the State for a period of eight years, and whose administration Mas resulted In financial losses amounting to, militons of pounds, not withstanding the fact, that the,).reven ees, reoelved have never been ap- proached by any previous admlnlstra tfoa. *h» -people .oÉ Queensland have now .a* opportunity of deciding whether ?te calamitous state of affairs so tar <4fal/tlfeTpreBent Government is concern- ed shall -continue, or whether it «hall cease on the 12th of May. Per* ntt&...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Southern Sporting. TIPS FOR TATTERSALL'S. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

Southern Sporting. ; TIPS FOR TATTERSALL'S. ' BRISBANE, Friday. Maiden Handicap-Best Dan, Scotcft Knight, Jumrum. Flying Handicap-Sere» * noko. Lady Cooee, Murillo Gun. Tat- tersall^ Handicap-Percyrus, Tarsia, Po lardee. Welter Handicap-Linwraith, Dud- ley, Raceim. Two-year-old Handicap-. Liris, Belle of Crecy, Bonardy. Novice Handicap-Jessie Marsh, Lisbonnie, Hart- fell, King. Autumn Handicap-Lady Louie» Symbelle, Tweedsmuir.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

4 i i ECONOMY We can quote you a low price, But, we dont do cheap work. To retain the good reputation We have gained we must give you The Best, in Workmanship and Material. Our experience enables us to give you the best and most durable job, for we understand how to make up and apply Paint that will give the most satisfactory results in this dry Western Climate. Machine made Paints are Manufactured in the South for the South- ern and Coastal Cities where they have the largest sales and where the atmosphere is moist and cool. Paint that is suitable for ¿he moist southern cellmate is not suitable for the Dry Western District of Longreach. "^ m We know our business. It will pay you to Inspect some of our Work or consult us befofé go- ing on with that Painting Job. We Guarantee honest Workmanship and Material true to Specifications on all Painting Jobs Intrusted to us. RICHARDSON BROS., The Practical Painters, Eagle Street, Long WK»ff ? -' ----- ii« »i-?», The Southport School I SOUTHPO...

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COUNCIL MEETING. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 13 April 1923

COUNCIL MEETING. i-: o : . . ,r " 3IONTHLY MEETING. * The April meeting o£ the Longreach Shire «Council was held in the Council Chambers on Monday last when there were present : .Councillors T. F. Barker (chairman), A.; .A. Moffat, F. J Whitty, H D Greenwood, R. ». Shillington, and J. purkin, together .yvlth the clerk (Mr H. IV*. Gallwey). Correspondence. 'Correspondence was read and dealt with $is follows : From J. Irwin Henry, organiser for the Combined Buyers (Australia) Ltd, draw- ing attention to company's buying opera- tion and advising participation by becom- ing shareholders.-Received. ' From the Longreach District Committee, ^Graziers* Association, notifying that the following resolution had been passed : "That it be a recommendation to the Shire Council that the regulation with reference to registration of dogs throughout the dis- trict should be enforced."-Cr. Whitty pro- posed that steps be taken to have all dogs 3n the district registered. Cr. Shillington seconded, and ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach Leader FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1923. A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

_FRIDAY, APRIL. 20, 1923._ A MYSTERY. "There is no mystery connected with the decision of the Government to make an appeal to the people before the reassemb- ling of Parliament." Such was the opening sentence of Mr. Theodore's policy speech, delivered at Cairns on Tuesday last. The first sentence of the speech, lacking in sin- cerity as it does, may well be taken as an index of the whole speech. The Premier then went on to give his reasons for the holding of the election-a matter of cir- cumstances which existed before the Rock- hampton by-election, of but a com- paratively few weeks ago, just as much as they did on the day the Cabinet decided to go to the country. The Premier's chief reason for the election seems to be that the party only had a majority of one-but has that not existed for some considerable time past. There certainly is a mystery, in fact, several of them. One mystery is that the same reasons that the ? Premier gives for the present election were no.t recog- nised b...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Civil Aviation in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

Civil Aviation in li Queensland. M -"?? - m (By Captain Wigglesworth). ^^B' There . is nothing more certain that in a country like Queensland where every sta tion has its own natural aerodrome, and W^m with very little trouble and expense a hang ur could be erected, aviation will have to.. . °^^B| become the popular means of transport. The low priced machine which is simply and , '^^Ê suitably constructed with an engine of about 80 h.p. capable of seating pilot, 1 passenger and 501bs weight of kit would be- ' M^Ê exceedingly useful-quick take off and slow landing speed are essential and a W^M cruising speed of 65 to 70 m.p.h. i< Flying a machine of this type cannot be considered difficult, and provided a man is j^^Ê properly taught and not allowed to acquire careless and lazy habits, not to think that j^^Ê when he does his first solo flight that he has conquered the laws of gravity, he will _ become proficient in a very short time. v Twenty years ago no one would ever hav...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

TRIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU. ^ ECONOMY STERLING VAPES .^ AT GENTLEMEN ! You who choose high class wearing apparel ! Right here in Longreach we are at yoiir service with all the latest and newest in Hats, Boots, Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Pyjamas, Hoisery, etc. . SMOKERS! You ask for the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes. We can offer you ??Si?: I wm * ,4 everything worth offering. ? ^ 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. Twentyfive years of experience are behind our enterprise. All cost savings in the keenest markets are passed to our clients. All our efforts are devoted to the satisfaction of our patrons. GORDON, GIBSON & GO., GENERAL MERCHANTS, LONGREACH. ICE! ICE! W. TANKS, BIJTlCMJiai, ? . LONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFY that he is now prepared to supply and deliver . First-ctasa ice In any Quantity at Current Rates. A TRI Ali SOLICITED. c29 It - FOR...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ilfracombe Items. (From our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

Ilfracombe Items. .'?..v. . - : o : - ?>,i í (From our Own Correspondent). Mr. David Strachan, brother to Mr. N. .. W. Strachan who is manager of the wool _ acour at Ilfracombe, is evidently an Aus- tralian of the best type. At Austinmer beach, near Wollongong, on the N.S.W. .îj'è'.'coast, during the heavy weather recently, ?iff. a man and two women ventured into the I? surf, despite the warnings erected along the frontage. The. gales that had prevailed .^?¿Éfor some days induced the surf life-saving v¿í^,club officials, to declare the surf "out of ^bounds" until the waves moderated. Not 'Itëwithstanding the warning given by the ^$L-crossed flags, the three went in, and were jijá? soon in difficulties. Their chance of suc .f*" cour was small indeed, when Mr. Strachan and a couple of companions, who happened to be on the beach, rallied to their aid. Seizing a line, to which was attached the regulation belt, he cast himself into the turbulent waters, and after a tremendous battle, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

J HEAD OFFICE »*t*öfi8i"* 8TDKKT. <- " -* ? I I OPEN FOR ALL ÇLA88E9 OF - ? j j General Banking: Business I j S In tho Principal Cities and Towm of Australia, New Quin«« (2) «nd London (2), ? j j Savings Bank Department I ! I at «tl Branches, and 8a vi ne* Bank Ajenóles at 8189 Pest Office» through ? ! i out the Commonwealth of Auatralia,Terrltories of Papua and Nsw Guinea, Solomon ? | ,k% Ulanda Protectorate, and other parta of the Pacific. II \ Jjjf 34% Interest on Deposits up to «1,000. I l ®Bm : 3% Interest on Amounts over A>1,000 up to £1,300. ? | nB;' Deputy Dovarnor: Governor: I 1 M ^ . JAME8 KELL. Slr DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q. J | STEWART'S Cosy Bedding:. FIBRE MATTRESSES. 2ft 6in FIBRE MATTRESSES, for Single Bed .. .. 22/ 3ft FIBRE MATTRESSES, for Full Single Bed .. .. 27/6 3ft. 6in FIBRE MATTRESSES, for Threequarter Bed, .. 31/6 4ft 6in. FIBRE MATTRESÉS, for Double Bed . . .. 40/ D. W. WIRE MATTRESSES. 2ft. 6in. WIRE MATTRESSES, for Single Bed . . .. 31/ 3ft W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

W. WIEN, (FRUITERER, CONFECTIONER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT BRINKS, Etc.) Desires to notify the Public that he has REMOVED to new premises, and ls now conducting business In the old "NEWS" OFFICE, EAGLE-STREET, LONGREACH. Thanking all old Patrons who have so splendidly supported him since the recent fire, and soliciting a Continuance of such -Patronage. HIS ADVICE IS ? "Don't Forget My Celebrated LemofiSquashes." ? ¿£ What would a Player-Piano in Tour Home mean to You ? TO MAN Y women it has brought a new meaning of the word "music." Where previously it was possible io intel- lectually enjoy a masterly composition played by someone else, the appeal to the heart only came with a personal rendition: The Beale Player-Piano is essentially an instrument for personal interpretation. It has a technique of remarkable latitude -far exceeding the demands of even classi- cal music. With its aid you find a perfect means of expressing your every musical emotion. Write for descriptive literature. "RF ...

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Mitchell Campaign. LEON LYONS AT BEACONSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

Mitchell Campaign. -: o : I/EON LYONS AT BEACONSFIELD. Leon Lyons, the endorsed Candidate ol the Queensland United Party for the Mit- chell, made a hurried visit through the Northern portion of the Mitchell electorate and expresses his entire satisfaction with the way in which the district residents have displayed exceptional enthusiasm, to- wards endeavouring to secure his return to Parliament on the 12th proximo. At Muttaburra he was accorded a very pleasing social welcome held in the coffee room at Mrs. Dare's Australian Hotel. His subsequent visit tot Aramac was equally enthusiastic. At both these centres strong working committees exist, and no stone will be left unturned to. secure Leon. Lyon's suc- cess on polling day. . When returning to Longreach froiïj .Ara- mac, Mr. Lyons became aware that an op- portunity existed for- him to publicly com- mence his campaign, notwithstanding the fact that the policy speeches of leaders had not reached him. He .lost no time in showing that ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

Motor Accessories, Ford Spare Parts and Engineering Garage Tools, We have complete Stocks, Best quality, Right Prices, Motor Garage men should make en- quiries from us of their requirements and obtain Cata logueor se nd your orders to "ESCA," they will treat you well. MOTOR ACCESSORIES :~Head, Side f 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 FordSpare Parts. . . 120-130 Edward Street, Brisbane. GOLDSBRÜM, MORT AND COMPANY, LIMITED, ROCKHAMPTON, "WOOL & PRODUCE J STOCK & STATION BROKERS, j AGENTS. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on thc ensuing WOOL CLIP, mid on all STATION PRODUCE and SECURITIES. Consignment of ^OOL, SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, &c, received for salo in the. Colonial or London Markets. All Stock, Station, Financial, Shipping, and Insurance business transacted. Frocoeds held in Trust for Clients. Returns rendered with promp...

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Hotel Fire Precautions. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 20 April 1923

Hotel Fire Precautions. j As briefly referred to In our msc isauo the Superintendent of the Fire Brigade in his report submitted at last meeting of the board drew attention to the excellent Are precautions made at the Longreach Hotel, and the board passed on the suggestion to the Licensing Court. As stated in the superintendent's report the "proprietor of the Longreach Hotel is taking every poss- ible precaution against an outbreak of Are.three tanks, each of 100 gallons aro kept upstairs with open tops and full of water, and downstairs two tanks, each of 200 gallons, together with two Are extinguishers, the whole lot being in ser- viceable and convenient positions." It would be well if other hotels followed this excellent example without waiting to see whether they will be spurred on to do so by regulations. Income Tax - Bonus Shares. Following on the advice which appeared in our columns in October last regarding refunds ot' Income Tax paid on bonus shares issued by companies out o...

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