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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

oinAtótfe HEAD OFFICE «Wggy»^ BYDÎTBY. - OPEN FOR ALL CLA88E8 OF General Banking: Business In tht Principal Cities and Towna of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and Saving« Bank Aswnclo« at 8189 Post Offices through out the Commonwealth of Australia,Territorio» of Papua and Nsw Guinea, Solomon Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. 3i% Interest on Deposits up to «1,000, 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300, Deputy Governor: Governor: JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q. STEWART'S New Winter Goods. >«?»«£« »Jw We have just opened up a large and well assorted range of Winter Goods, consisting of 40 inch DRESS FLANNELS, in Stripes, Checks, and Plain. 31 inch VIYELLA, Stripes and Plain. 31 inch HOLLENA, White. Beautiful Range of Ladies' Silk and Brushed Wool Scarfs, Girls' Knitted Wool Blazers, and Men's Knitted Wool Scarfs. Men's Overcoats, all sizes. Mens and Boys' Jersey Coats, all sizes. We are also s...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Stock Movements. Since Aprif 16th the following movements of stock have occurred : 3500 mixed sheep. Ilfracombe to Emer- ald. John Barr owner. 2600 sheep, Leander to Tulga. A. Moffat owner, T. Hall in charge. 3000 sheep, Wellcaught to Manton. S. J. Sowden owner in charge. 34 cattle, Coombemartin to Eden Downs. . M. Nicholson owner in charge. 2000 sheep, Coombemartin to Menton. M. Nicholson owner in charge. 10,300 ewes Beaconsfield to M'Kinlay via Winton. Jno. Murray & Sons owners, A. Chillcott in charge. 27,500 ewes Maneroo to Penlan via Eve- sham. F. Wilson & Co. owners, W. Saun- ders in charge. 4000 sheep, Stonehenge to Arrilalah. Kirby owner in charge. 200 mixed cattle, Ewendale to Paradise. J. Y, Shannon owner, J. Pont in charge. 2500' wethers, Marita Downs to Long- reach. R. Hickson owner in charge. 350 mxied cattle, Melrose to Tentora. J. Magoffin owner in charge. 10,000 ewes, Crossmore to Koolamones. Rogers and Gavin owners, W. J. Jacobs ia charge. 6000 mixed ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IIfracombe Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Ilfracombe Items. ? : o : -: Pastoral.--Shearing is progressing at Illawarra. Beaconsfield shearing is almost finished. Miss O'Kane has decided to sink for water on her selection near Ilfracombe, and a start will be made shortly. The cas- ing is on the site. Train loads of sheep have left the district, and more are to fol- low. Weather conditions have altered slightly during the week, and rain appears imminent, but we have had 7 months of that sort of thing and are becoming scep- tical. Graziers' Association.-A meeting of the district committee of the Graziers' Associa- tion of Central and Northern Queensland was held in Mr. S. C. O. Jessop's office, Il- fracombe, on Monday night last. There was a good attendance. Anzac Day.-The Rev. Mr. Hunt, of the' Church of England, held services on Anzac Day. Polltlcnl.-Mr. 'John Payne is appar- ently following the tracks of 'his opponent Mr. Lyons led off at Beaconsfield, and Mr. Payne was hard on his trail. It seems esay this electioneering b...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Badge Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Hospital Badge Day. The success of the initial Badge Day held in Longreach in aid of Longreach Hospital in Carnival -week lost year, suggested to the Committee the advisibility of making the day an annual affair, and this was duly decided on. Arrangements for this year's collections, which will take place on the morning of Friday, 4th May-the first day of the Haces-are well in hand. The Ma- tron and nurses will be stationed at the Imperial Hotel corner. Mrs. F. McKeon and assistants at the Commercial Hotel corner, and Mrs. A. Kennedy and assistants at Longreach Hotel corner. Small cellu- loid buttons will be on sale at a minimum charge of 1/- each. The Annual Social and Dance will be held in the Shire Hall at . night. As the Hospital Committee are ocmmitted to a very large expenditure this year it is hoped all who are in a position will assist this worthy institution by help- ing to make Badge Day of 1923 a bigger success than its predecessor, at which the financial result was £107....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). THE BATTLE OF THE PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

. BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). ; -: o : THE BATTLE OF THE PARTIES. The battle of the Parties ia proceeding merrily and the community has been car- ried back once more to that discreditable incident associated with a bribery charge, and we are having re-hashed once more tit-bits of evidence given in Court, with ' comments to suit the occasion. This is one, of the really bad features of an elec , tion campaign. Not only is business brought to a more or less sudden standstill, but some candidates and supporters go to 1 the ash-bins of the past, raking up any- thing that has a fishy smell. It is hardly any wonder that prominent citizens, with big reputations to maintain, are disin- clined to mix themselves actively with politics. As it stands it is really difficult to estimate how the election will go be- cause there are ho many unknown factors. It woud be useless to deny that the lack of outstanding personality on the Anti Socialist side with very few exceptions is ite...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mitchell Campaign. MR. LYONS AT ILFRACOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Mitchell Campaign. .»' MR. LYONS AT ILFRACOMBE. Mr. Leon M. Lyons, the endorsed United Party candidate for the Mitchell, assisted by Mr. F. C. Lodge, addressed a very well ¡attended meeting at Ilfracombe on Satur- day night last, both speakers received an .attentive hearing (several residents claim . this meeting to be the largest political meet- ing ever held at Ilfracombe). Mr. T. McMaster (chairman of the Ilfra- combe Shire Council) presided, and in in- troducing the candidate suid that Mr. Ly- ons was not very well known in Ilfracombe, but was well known and well respected in Barcaldine and Blackall. He was Queens- land born, and had spent the whole of his life in Queensland, with the exception of'the time spent at the war. Since returning he had been engaged in station work. Before going to the war he was considered one of the best rough riders in Central Queensland He requested that a patient hearing be given the speakers, and expressed the hope that on May 12 Ilfracombe would...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEETING AT DALMORE SHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

MEETING AT DALMORE SHED. Mr. Lyons addressed a well-attended meeting at the Dalmore Shearing Shed on Monday night, when Mr. C. Norris, shear- ers' representative, presided. The can- didate was given an attractive hearing, and delivered an address similar to that de- livered at Ilfracombe. Mr. F. C. Lodge also spoke, and at the close of the meeting a vote of thanks to the speakers was carried by acclamation. (P. C. Lodge, Longreach).

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

PUBLIC NOTICE. > i DROVERS with travelling stock passing ^through "WELLSHOT must give Proper "Written Notice at the Head Station or Ern-. Petina Outstation. Notice by Telephone not ¡accepted. c2 9 CAFE ELITE FOR - THE - BEST. MALTED MILK DRINKS Mixed with the Electric Mixer. SQUASHES ICE CREAMS SUNDAES '%..**,$& PEACH MELBAS. ~^* - Fresh Fruit Daily. - CAFE ELITE and AMERICAN BAJ*. ALICE SMITH, 2SJTS Motor Accessories, Ford Spare Parts and Engineering Garage Tools, We have complete Stocks, Best 2. quality, Right Prices, Motor Garage men should make en« quiries from us of 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. i We Specialise in Ford Spare Parts. . / 120-130 $SS2 Edward Street. TBRl3BAfiS> Brisbane. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND COMPANY, LIMITED, ROCKH...

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Closer Settlement? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Closer Settlement ? : o : There will be much indignation in Bar- caldine when it becomes generally known that Barcaldine Downs is not going to be opened for selection when the present Pas- toral Lease falls in-which will not be un- til 31et December, 1934. The Government -according to information from a very reliable source, has consented to an exchange of certain freehold lands on Bimerah, Northhampton Downs and ' Moonbong holdings, whereby the Northampton Downs Pastoral Co., Ltd., will retain 121,954 acres of Barcaldine /Downs (within l8 miles of Barcaldine), and the Crown will get 141,167 acres on the above first-mentioned holdings. Of course the Crown will say that it gets 20, 000 acres the best of it, and the country handed over is of a similar quality to Bar- caldine Down. Perhaps this is so-perhaps not. The Bimerah exchange land (69,777 acres) lies near the Thompson, down about Stonehenge, about 100 miles from Long- reach. Water is a very expensive item down there, but perhap...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

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. CAR FOR HIRE. 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. ' L.óngr^ach Leader* Üp-to-date r JOB PRINTING WORKS. NEW ZEALAND LOAN ft MERCANTILE AGENCY- CO., LTD.. ROCKHAMPTON 8l LONGREACH. / . And at LONDON. MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, BEISBAN. , fOWN&VILLE, 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, Moderate Charges. Proceeds he...

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Vagrancy Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Vagrancy Charges. -- : o : ---. At the Longreach Police Court on Satur- day last George William Wakeford appeared on remand from the previous Wednesday on a charge of vagrancy. The P.M. (Major Aitkin) occupied the Bench and Sergeant Hansen prosecuted. Upon resuming, Sergeant Hansen stated the prosecution did not intend calling further evidence, and the defendant was called upon to give evidence to support his plea of "Not Guilty." On oath, he stated he was a labourer, living at Townsville, stated he had registered with the C.P.S. and had endeavoured to get work on the Winton railway line. He had worked eight days at Valetta Station, and had also done two days' work for the N. Z. Loan, for the latter he had received payment on the previous Friday, out of which'he had paid for his board and lodgings. By the Sergeant : Have you been in Longreach for the past five months.-I came here some time in February. Witness claimed to have done about four ?weeks' work altogether, counting a day h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. - Incorporated 1863. - LONDON MELEOUKNE SYDNEY BBISBANE The Coapanj makes advances on Pastoralproperties, and on ensuing Clip of wooL BEISBANE: Offices: 129-187 Creek Street, Brisbane. Wool Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. Skin Stores; Charlotte Street, Brisbane. BOABD OF ADVICE: The Hon. A. H. Whittingham, M.L.C. W. P. Devereux, Manager T. C. Fowler, Secretary v WOOL APPEAISEMENTS and FAT STOCK, HIDE AND SKIN SALES HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. STOCK & STATION AGENTS. The Latest j[¿Sjfi& The Racer Acknowledged by shearers as the finest and cleanest cutting comb and cutter ever put into wool. Right up to the standard of all Lister products. l.\ inch cut. Gives perfect results with a 3-tooth cutter on any handpiece. Like the Lister "A," 2} incK cut, and the Lister "Flier" comb and cutter, 2| inch cut, it takes a keen edge and keeps it._ The Lister Handpiece.-A faultless example of Modern Sheep Shearing equipment. Light and...

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Aramac Notes. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Aramac Notes. {From Our Own Correspondent). Weather.-Rain has been threatening for the last two or three days and it is hoped that this time it will not disappoint us. Police Court.-An old offender, who has appeared three times before the Bench since New Year was sentenced to three months' in the Rockhampton gaol, as the Bench found that in dealing leniently with him was of no avail. Social.--Friends of Mrs. F. Holgate, a well known and respected resident, will regret to hear that she is at present an in- mate of the Aramac Hospital. Sporting-Football : On Sunday last a very close and interesting football match, was witnessed on the local sports ground. Two teams, captained by Cahill and Williams, fought out the game to the bell and only 1 point (17-16) decided the issue. During the last 20 minutes 5 tries were scored, and the last try being converted won the game. Tennis.-The local tennis club had a great roll up on Saturday last. Much interest is being taken- in this form of sport...

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THE HOME REMEDY Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Superior to all others. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

The HOME REMEDY fe. w Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla Superior to all others. Tor complaints arising fren a disor- dered Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills «aro without equal. They are not advertised as a great "Cure-All," bat as a safe, sut» and reliable remedy for the Little Ills of Life, for which they are unexcelled. People who eat and drink too much, or get their sy items upset from any other* cause, nee«, u medicine of this kind to keep the Jigeitive track in proper working order. Many serious illnesses are avoided by keeping such a simple remedy at hand, au 4 «ace or twice a week taking a dose sufficient to cleans» and tone the systeo. This is the secret of good health ia man, woman and child, and anyon* failing to recognise this simple fact runs a serious risk of contracting any of the dreaded com- plaints so common.# The old saying, "An ounce of prevention ia worth a pound of cure," was never more aptly to the point. Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pills are ba...

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SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND THE COST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND THE COST. It ia some 11 years since the sewerage scheme was commenced. Construction is still going on und it will be some consider- able time yet before the Hystem, or even portion of it,- is put into operation. Mean- time a mint of money has been expended and the end is not yet in sight. Ratepay- . ers felt the squeeze Of the first Instalment of the terrific burden they are destined to carry, this year, their water rates, in some instances, being increased by as much As 300 per cent. The resultant howl, which took the form of newspaper criticism and individual and collective protests, has had some effect. The Water and Sewerage Board has borrowed from the Government sufficient to enable it to give an undertaking that the water rates will go back to last year's standard and not be increased for 5 years. The prospect of practically con- fiscating water rates undoubtedly frighten- ed city ratepayers and property values would have been effected as a result, but fort...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Are You Run Down? AWAKEN TO THE DANGER AND AID THE WEAKENED KIDNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

Are You Run Down? AWAKEN TO THE DANGER AND AID THE WEAKENED KIDNEYS. Kidney sickness often runs you dow.i to the verge of collapse before you know the cause. When you i>eem unable to pin your mind to any task, your hack achci, and you cannot do an ordinary day's work, it is time to ask yourself this question: "Are my kid- neys working right?" The answer is easily found. Weak kidneys slacken their filtering: work, and the urie acid circulates with the blood, in many cases attacking brain, nerves, muscles, and vital organs. Don't wait for the serious tro'ib'.e-begin using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills when you feel the first backache or first notice urin- ary disorder« Read this case: - Mr. J. Mulcahy. Plane Street, Bar- caldine, says: "Off and on for years I have been subject to backache and other symptoms of kidney trouble. I find that, the best remedy I can get for this complaint is Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. 1 was suffering very much with my back when I first heard of this me...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MILLION MUNICIPAL LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

THE MILLION MUNICIPAL LOAN. The City Council recently, in accordance with the new policy of constructing per- manent works out of loan money, decided to borrow a million pounds from the Com- monwealth Bank, to be expended according to schedule. It has now been decided to limit the loan to £750,000 as it is believed that a considerable quantity of valuable lands, which it is proposed to resume, will probably be disposable at an enhanced figure before the last of the loan money is required, 4 years hence. Meantime the new Town Hall has stopped at its founda- tions. Tenders for the superstructure were called but as they exceeded the orig- inal estimate by hundreds of thousands of pounds, none were accepted and all work was stopped on the new Town Hall site, pending further consideration of the very serious position which had arisen. Quite within the bounds of possibility it is, that the new civic home will cost )a, million of money before it is finished and thereof is some suspicion in...

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Winton Notes. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

' Winton Notes. : o : (From Our Own Correspondent). ' Tho Weather.-The weather we are hav- ing1 Js most peculiar. Heavy banks of clouds come up during the morning, and one would almost think rain was going to fall at any moment, but the winds, mostly from the South and East, come along and the clouds disappear, leaving the condi- tions more drought like than ever. Stock.-Thefé aré à. few meat company buyers operating in the district, and several lots of tinners or canners have been sold. Owners are still holding on to anything like fat stuff, walting to see what the Gov enrment subsidies are likely to bring the price up to. One or two lots have been dipped at the local dip during the week, these cattle are going South, but unless rain falls they will have a bad time travel- ling along as the stock routes are none to good. Tho Hospital.-The building of the Hos- pital is going along very* slowly, and at the present rate it will be twelve months or more before it is finished. This is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

* and Electro Plate Depot. SPEIRS, LTD. Engagement Rings at all prices. Also a fine assortment of Dress Rings and Brooches. We carry the largest assortment of Elec= troplate outside of Rockhampton. Wristlet and Pocket Watches from 10s. Eagle Street* : LONGREACH. Western Motor Works, LONGREACH. Agents for Studebaker and Dodge Cars. Accessory Dealers, Motor Engineers, Oxyacetline Welders. We have a number of Second Hand Cars for * - ' . "??* Sale. : Particulars on application. . Dodge Brothers MOTORCAR ^:i:]:!ii!itHnuHiiiiiiii!!i(iiiiiiii!imiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii[iiMiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHir^ S \PRICE POST FRJSE j I Busb^^||clifisal|ff tapies* Spray Ej An improved Spr^juJÍÍiat.'EbBüres a complete .^cleansing action. An 5 indispensable adjiteict ;in sickness and health,. .Constructed of the S finest-grade rubber'"and highly, poliáhed vulcanite. /:'. .,, I BUSBT'S LINITED. Adelaide Sî.r Brisbane _ ?3ii!iiimmiiiimmiiiimiiiimiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiimmm W: WERNERS Sole Agent for WIENEKE SCHNEI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 27 April 1923

THE Tennis RacqüctRepairer 57-59 Sydney Arcade. Corner George & King $2 Sydney. rescuing throughout^ Superior English Lamb Gut J&1-1Q o English Best ii 50 "*" REPAIRS - Bingie Strings oownor cross 90 PER STRING rRACQUET3 SENT PARCEL POST ^ C05T9P CASH WITH ORDERS I AN PteOMPT WITH COUNTRV OBDERfa* MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETO. (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. BOX 9, LONGREACH. The Southport School ?OUTHPOKT OUKENILAMD i Church of EngUad Qram td Schell tor .%..». ?..' -matari Cftnaa Ha. Ucfl.Dfana ¿f^^^jS^ H.A.. Caatff*. Rullillnffs und Gromai »rm tuebanka of tttebeaaUfalM«* Th* School baa a .ataaaVa Spaa-* Ground. The bnlldinaw ara ama*** .« *?» " tinline Syatatn.** l'nivcrw...

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