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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

Typewriters. The Smith Premier   Complete Keyboard, In - terchangeable Carriage. Removable Platen. The Silent L. O. Smith Reduces noise by 80% Ball bearing typeface       Ball bearing shift key, etc. Second-hand machine of all makes from £9/-   Monthly [?] post free   Corona Portable   Cash with Order     £17 17s ' AUSTRALIAN TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES                363 Queen Street Brisbane.   ICE! ICE! W. TANKS, BUTCHER, LONGREACH,   BEGS to notify that he is now prepared             to supply and deliver.   First---Class Ice               in any quantity at Current Rates         A Trial Solicitor       &nbs...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Leader FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923. Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

Longreach Leader   FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1923.          Newsy Notes.           As will be seen from the report of the   Longreach Shire Council   Drainage, published in this issue, a   step has been taken to -   wards the introduction of a scheme for   the drainage of Longreach township. Most   progressive citizens will agree with us that this is a step in the right direction and one that is being taken not before it is wanted. In fact it is cause for wonder that the rate - payers have not, with a loud voice, appeal - ed to our "city fathers " to endeavour to     alleviate the present state of affairs long     since. To visitors it is a matter for wonder that with our tropical heat and the lack of drainage that there has not been an out - break of fever and disease as...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. RIVER WATER. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

CORRESPONDENCE.   RIVER WATER. (To the Editor.) Dear Sir,----I was much interested in the points of interest raised in your column on "Neway Notes" published in the first issue of the "Leader", especially that relating to River Water.     How long ! How long has that question been uppermost in the minds and on the tongues of the majority of the residents of Longreach ? Time after time the matter   has been debated and yet no advancement has been made. Why? In the first place the main obstacle has been a peculiar     minded people acting adversely to the   dictates of conscience. A few years back   a vote was taken on River Water or Elec - tricity-the light obliterated all other con - siderations---and electricity won, whilst not     decrying the many advantages¡ of the light     ---for it has indeed been a boon and a blessing ing...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

My Lady's Toilet                                 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 f or their brilliant   comptexions and graceful figures, and the   f ollowing simple recipes, some old-fash - ioned, some modérn, may not come amiss to my lady of the 20th Century.     THE ETERNAL FEMININE.     Most wonen 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 ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EXECUTIVE MEETING. HARTIGAN MATCH TO BE PLAYED AT LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

HARTIGAN; MATCH- TO,BE PLAYED AT ' , ^ - IJONGREACH'.^^ u The. exekutiver ¿f the Longreach Cricket Association, met "in^Qpry, andi'Cb's ''office on : Monday . .night (last/«AV;hen therè ....w^ere*pres- ent: .'¡--Messrs. / li. F. . Credgh ' .(chairman), McDermott-,; E;.; Qebb'ie-.(-Hazeldean), F, Cory, - Rev.' JH. C .YPilson (tílues» H. B, (Menzies, A:-; M"; . SíCvá^e. ..(.Edwards'? Mart'in)/ F.^B. ,0'Rpürke¿ and "E.:ä-H; Glasson ? (Sham- rocks), u f I . j. : The ..sécretary'Á (Mr. '-'Glasson), reported that"- he.-had receded*, a« telephone message -íróm jMr. ; S.. 31aokstock; 'Chairman», lof .the -Ryan^ Shield, -Executive,-; 'stating ithati; .the various associations , ha<r '?'..'.?-unanimously agreed to ¡.ptay ¿the ? Central 'West >;v^ Harti- gans team match';afc;Longreach.^ T-he-T- e,x . eoütive . had decided, that each of ^ the fpur associations ? (Aramac,-* Barcaldine,'; -Blackr ? ali; and ^Longreach ) --should , appoint. one . selector each ito represent- them ;ón...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

AMERICA LOSES ITS BIGGEST BLIMP.-The C-2, the giant U.S. dirigible, caught on the side of the     hanger, when being taken out, and after the bag split the gas ignited, and the airship exploded. The crew had a remarkable escape. - ROUMANIA'S BEAUTY,- -Mme. Alexandrescu, chosen as the most beautiful woman in Roumania.                   RIDES A BIKE AT 1O0.-~OId Joe, a 100-year-old Turtle, at Miami, Florida has learned to ride a bicycle, He seems to enjoy it, too.   GROWING TALLER BY MACHINERY----At a physical culture health show in New York a machine       was exhibited for adding to the weight. lt was claimed that by,it's aid an inch or two could be added   easily and painlessly. As you work thc machine yourself, you can stop when you think the stretching   has gone...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

LONGREACH FIREWOOD DEPOT. BOON & GORDON are now in full swing,' and are prepared to supply     Long and Short Wood (any length) Prices : Stove length 13/6 per cart           load. Long wood in any quantity.       Phone 41.       Terms : Cash on Delivery.                                               G.E. HOMELIGHT & POWER UNIT.       GUARANTEED for 1 year ECONOMICAL Mechanically Sound.   Engine can be used for PUMPING, SAWING, Etc. </:\ . sw*----...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

'. ANOTES, :" ;-iv S. Smithy who iaet'/'week-^.waB.-.':dra^tea^to the Shamrocks/ proved himself: a good bow- ler- on Sunday, his bag being three for IC, and two . for 2: With ¡the .batane assisted' Glasson to 'put "on 64'- runs .?: .for, the ?.. first* wicket, -his own contribution boeing- ll;' >/ It is pleasing to note that à-unanimous : decision has been arrived-at as to the>place at which Hartigan'sstearn , is to meet- "the Combined Central;*- West,- representative ' cricketers... One,.'selector from each as- sociation- will-be^ appointed- to meet- as a selection i committee, and: the place -pf meet- ing, - .Ssc/,: will . be arranged later. Hartigan'8 team-, .will>'Visit the - West iii- March* Mr. Hartigan ^contemplating-,,-Vheing able to leave .'Brisbane'" either, onr MaVeh 11th' or . 12th. r ^ _

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Social & Personal. (Items for this column, clearly written on one side of the paper, will be published free of cost.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

y, Social & Personal -: o : (Items for this column. clearly > written on one side oí the paner, . will be published free of cost.) :>:> According: to Monday's "Brisbane .Dally ;?: v'Máll'' the engagement is announced of ^Dorothy. May Atkinson (daughter of Mr.' ji.^a'nd Mrs. Wm. Attkinson. Jericho, Central ^Queensland) to Norman Howard Boyd p|fïyentura Downs, Longreach). i ^"?«v-vMlss'-Hendren arrived in Brisbane on'Satr 10íurday, and is staying at Montpelier. - . ; ||;-î;îilr..;G,/F.. Wigan left for the South by ^jM/bmiay's". .mail train. Mr. Wigan's Conne-. ramara property has been in a throes of a ¡íj^íyery ;"dry~season, but recently benefltted by ^splendid îains. ^Í^We , ,x-egret to report that - on - Monday /tf: morning last word was received by Mr. and I^^Mrs.- G. J. Adam, that their son, Leslie, ^;%às seriously ill in the Yeppoon. -Hospital^ ¡jíjj;6úfferlng from double-phneumonia. ' Mrs.. ^^Àdam.'saccompanied .by Mrs. Roy >.Adam1 i^ teft bj' ,'mall train th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

, ::XNelinte)^s"ïiPiuiIdingapÀV/--^-;.v . 0; ' 0^^<^t000W0'^0:. jv,. Jv A: .Rotablö ^figure .iii the: wool, :tràfle;" v A. "ii.; Cheadle.; dléd ¿n'\;Sun ,.1br;(;sikty.^ Bradford and had ^considerable experience , iii . the w ool ; business bot h in -England aUd in Australia.. ^ It i»' considered in chipping',tcirclesi ^' in ; .Melbourne': that the^ Seamen*e:;^ not -press for the adoption'-'ot the; royst'er^ Ky¿té!"h bf-'.placing men. .''' <"^'' '?'.'- ..? ' . 'íí The Southport School SOUTHPOKT OVKEM1LAMD Church pl BofUad .Qram tu- School 4M ri^,-rn . ?«.> ...tar: Ca nan il«. Mt I. W^^^t «.A« taft*. niillillnapi »n<1 Orari« »U« banka of thabaaTbtlfml Mm* Tba School IM Oround. Ihn baltdlnft* " Iloiiat 8yata*n.' »nd Preparatory Foi, »aa. .' -Spovlaj l"i>rra far toot« ';ha land." 5 A aaparota Jaala* HOM« taw batwaan th« a*aa «ff . a*4 lt. Illustrated Pr. Under tho Management of- the . ' Sisters of the SacredAdvent. ST. .MARGARET'S ALB.IOX, BRIS . j...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

Sporting. / ,-: o :-? - At Aspendale; Park;.Hite i lAspendale Park - Handicap was" 'won : , by blaster" "Avington,. pvith ; Truthful, second and^Wildun ;third. ?'. ' At the Moorefield racés on" Saturday', the - . .Moorefield handicap ^was> won-by. Son ' oß> Erin, with 'Lord Magie second and Sand bee third. ' - - . 2 ~l< . Glen Song won the - "Kogarah » Stakes. ' Comeback ''.being 'second and '/Miss Murilla third. ... y \ '-.i v , ?;?! V"*''.--" v-'/W ' :': ? ,V i 'r''-',J. f " -?-:-sr- , _ There are. -indications > that the ' Pren ch ; '.'.authorities -are -Jnavinè ; cautiously in "action .aîS^n^tA^rmany.-', ^Impending; ; movements > of- troops':,from various^garrisons care" re- < ported^ ^ v \ " ' ' - i 'A case of 'smallpox^'.-occcirred on the* steamer:; esperance;.--Bay '¿carrying ¿ -large '., . complement - of .passengers- from England; '< which arrived.at Fremantle on Sunday.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Licensing Court. ALLEGED BREACH OF ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

Licensing Court. '       ALLEGED BREACH OF ACT.           At the Licensing Court before Acting P. M. Aitkin the adjourned case --- Licensing Inspector v Edward Conway and Frederick Frank Clarke, on a charge of having been     found on licensed premises during pro - hibited hours, was proceeded with this morning.             The P.M: I have gone into this mat -   ter very thoroughly and I see no reason   to depart from my reading of the Act that   the word "closed" means "closed, for the   purpose of the sale of liquor.     There was no appearance of Sydney     Pattison charged with a similar offence . Sergeant Hansen prosecuted and Mr. L.   Boyd (Cannan & ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

.'il-'**' . /, ' ; ,I ' f\ ? . s . j : , \\\ i.. ^ .s .Tennis.. '-\ .' ./i$ri IM , tho /Wéw'i;;'.Sbuth.^-W^ ; tennis. ';iyáyer¿;^ to: /jpjehianV v^VIilï ^l<jc'al;V;pîayerst ¿Thev; gah\e£¡¡'y played/ ".'were äs^ffoHöws :-To'dd-Cdry i?. .Gibson 4 Çpàrj, 6-4, , 6-3/ TpddrRogerH v. ,Walter arid rWilliam. 'Gavin/-6^2.; The:,visitó gave/ a '/yery,fi^ :clüb; fee^ 1\ Wnsonv Twhose -guest -Mr. Todd was," for having viir/ 'ranged./.thé\'çamè-s.'It;. ;was unfortunate /that;lodger,/nbïlçe wáá^npt , avállable^/:i[¿/ '^hàdà more; t^^ that: 'thé|.gàmes 'wer,ë. ¡beingV ::¿há^e.'', beeni:'1 "a ¿récor^ to see. the; "^piay^tof/bñe^ .pívthe. ieiadiü of thpj 'game, in Australia, - y\ ./'/'. /v ' . ' 'J í'-^/'v;;^^^ /.?%''?'.-.'.?'? :5-/pai£|iè^ ^p^itífi^^^j^i' pt[' /.Occupation .órdét-ed -"thatj ¿.^Ító^lx^-RM'- t¡h:puíd'Jié / k^Tt .'. in " barrack*! /£e$i$^ % -îji'^he/Âni'èrica'n' Senate has passed a 'resp-. /i^tlbn, /'introduced by Senator' Reed, ask-J :!-.ln'^'--the:;''bpreMldent to withdra...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

HARD TO BEAR When the back aches and pains so badly that you can't work, can't rest, can't sleep, can't eat, its hard to bear. Thousands of aching backs have been relieved and cured. People are [?]arning that backache pains come from weak kidney's, that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cure every kidney ill, cure bladder trouble, urinary derange - ments, serious kidney disease. Read this testimony to the merit of the   greatest of kidney specifics :--     Mrs. G. Reynolds, Wren street, Longreach, says:---" I have suffered with marked symptos of kidney disease for some time. The secretions were disordered and contained a red sedi - ment, and I was tortured with back - ache. The pain centered in the small       of my back, and if I stooped it was just like the stab of a knife shooting through my kidneys, and I could not   help screeming out. A friend advised me to get Doans Backache Kidney Pills and...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
News Epitome. DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

News Epitome.               DAY BY DAY               The New South Wales Cabinet has de - cided to hold conferences In regard to com - munity settlement and rural credits in vari - ous country centres during parliamentary recess. A shoot of gold bearing ore, 40ft long and 3ft wide, has been struck at Gundagai (NSW.). Specimens show gold freely.       A start with the Dawson Valley irriga -   tion works has been held up on account of rain.   According to the members of No 2   Eclipse Syndicate, of the Brookfield mine,   near Indooroopilly, recent crushings at a     Gympie battery of stone from the mine       yielded over three ounces of gold to the &am...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

?.'.'?<,>"?:'^uéi¿5im'ûmâùim n'u'i'ii ? aiiim>i*l»!*4mv mi fjiu Ww»" ?MUMÍ^»» ; ,<i -'ii - il - ii - ii -<í -i n Mn M HMM II M r, - II - ii -<»-<>«?»(»;? lill WiÊ^ÊÊÊ^IÊÎs.. ' III ¡ i.,, ii.,« ^mmtmtx^m&ißM^my^ wm : ..;r;^i'':".; ^:-':¿¡..:;í^r4;^í^rí>?.'*/\^>^.^tv,--7.v>-.. J!..:.?. v?.-:^-".'.-""^'ír:í,,):*-?*:f>,^-¿i^í-o'.'iC^fe.: M^J'Ä'^ £5 J$j|Í GiÄson,s ; Rustless^,; Ste^^,;Se%2$ed| -^ffi^'ä ... .,1 \ ,Gol£ and-,Autographed- by Geo. Duncan " 'p . ' j^*r-l-^if:ïi5r^r»?^ai^es;:JBjrîaici^ Mid-.::.^^^.#1^"".' :í -v.-.'.-.: ¡ ^::í*-.-- jv ^-ti'jí* r ^iblic^ . ^|>> S;Í;^ .< vr'';i "k(äBs^nys^<rSt^^ï^bBS,, Í7/61" "Horn".:"'' . f'"; $5j f :j Drivers; 24/-. Brassies, 25/-. ' N n\ ' I« |^l?llê^ $X^Ï^ :\ v'X ' .¡i ".flÍ.t/1 4 s % * ^^^Ä frfetw4 < ,n \£i . ."I, ? V:J>;$:£;-'4£ V: y^v. ,y;v; : .'<?'-?' ' .'-v- ? i ;. - ff: ;^ ' I-"; MtlRDOCiyS^PflY^POSTÄG...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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[?] Would it Be More Kindly? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

^^^^HP^MP'X. ß. Cook, a , B^ttovCity- councillor . - ^^^Hroposes the establishment-^^ ^^^Bnals to decide whether^ ^B.'om cancer should be havened. He is uhV".ô. j^^Hpsmayed by the torrent^ of . criúcisni,Hyith ^^^which his schçnieaias ybèen^a^ ^^Hfn interview he declared ^^^^^rity. an'd his 'äeterminättoin": rt^^pres]^'^ia^l .THr -iTioljion to- afr. issue* when. the Health"1" Com- . fj. iftittee meetp, although he does ^ofr.^^ I , ter; carry >it., "I: have bad rej^yje^ksifitiipistv , . t;p. canceriV he said, "who prayedsfor;;de"ath"; . \l arid 1 know somethingsöf the^tërrïbiètaj^^ Ä 'they suffered, and the trial it isvito"irelajives*:;/?;. r fr;\'":;"v7hen-therh'usbapd;is the sufferefc;itJs,a\vfuH;" V "v 'ibtít¿;whem the - wife is the yiçtim: ttà;:;çir-;> Vr< eumstunces are enough to drive,, a:; to sane." ¿vir. ,000k frankly :'-;actó ^B->'i#|j^t safeguards would".^ jbe:%éede^(^';TIÍeJ*e ? : UH: fv.fouid be difficulties when a suffer.er'appiicd. ; ' Tp'i t.ji ^a m...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Gold Returns. NEW SOUTH WALES FIGURES. LOWEST SINCE 1851. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

üoí¿ Returns. ' ? . f '- . *. JÍ\* '.».w»'t v " --'.-""V, - " NEW, SjPTJTH', WAIjfejS; FIGURES. A . e * -y--s1- - / ' < - ' (£OWEST SINGE 1831. Thö N.S.*vyr gold returns J.or«. 1922 of 25,222 ounces valued af ¿107.139 is the .-.lowest sjncp. the, discovery ot, payable-golifr " in^Äustralia in "ISSI." ' "

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Worth Repeating. HUMOUR ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

§. . .---: i I . ' __ ? ', j » -9- 5 t "fTrrver- yotr^ .-inyrinviaibler- hairr nets ?" fc. ^Y'és^.mrrriîvrr.''':- 'T.Pt Tre. see- ohe¿." *?? ,.>» . ? Í- "m~T.:. '-HtnrJldurmTrjthe. bloke's atMrressJ*" |r>?? ?; 4rry-- Caiiitryer^wrirje- an fl " arsk-.'im. fort' J.., «T «. * *' wire;.-: "What-da^yoïL-men:kxihwr at)OUt: 11f? r-ini-h^ v'_' ? HusbaJidi--(bitterly) : "TTre coat!'. w?- , g. ûnfifïot 'Errer "He sâicLiie was. crazy- ta-. * IcrsssmedT Meer Very-Dearest Friend. : "He. î.' imisrr-he crrçsy1^-?Q-, kisssyouz: L" ' j_ .» *- * * I . ^RtBéferr: "F thfnfr-tla^.fTOcfc- isrlovely-;. £ didi iteoa^yoTiEntachr-?!*"' Madge : '"Onljr f onergoaob. cryr' r1 *. £ Ueggarrrîr "Ciiramse* sixpence-,. sirc_ 1'nx.a, r . pooErerrnpietL' FasseJ&byr "How are you. Sv cziîrpied^ V Beggarr.:: "Fît JuÄ-i: "I say;- could^yrnr/lendinxe £5. -. -fvev tried_dt: before, old-roan;-but: you; a±W23TH^iüük_ upart-:it. .-ia a giftJL' t. '. "tío youjrrfatxteir: is-illL. I hope -it ia: noth t íns^. euiata...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923

j?" ^-"'f^ ' _ ^ ^ ^ y , ^ ' * S ^| fe . -For- nearly one hundred? years ''M^Sf'!^' I ANTHONY HOrU>ERNS5 have made ; $-2 "? 0. it. their absorbing endeavour to keep . ' r § . . |" . . £i faith with the general public, and thé I - *^ ;.'^;>::r I'V' «t - -? fact that they tooday are undoubtedly-- V^i;r',-':jv^M^'7.-:^|!;5'. I- . Jfp-: ' ..the4largest.? Universal. Providers,inj-the, , v i '? '''> I" . ÄC. Southern Hemisphere is ample proof' ' ' '*» ' ' . !>.?/ I' thaE the general public have not hcqp * ' r ' I fit - .. '.Ä'-'j- ' ' . slowto recognise the,n;erit of Án^dnyr-". ?.'.?X;V*.;';;:;V I?}- iipr^ferns^'noKcy.- ( I - .[-^ . C< g,, ''/.j I- -.. H - ' '?' ÄNTHÖNY .KORDE^r^' rh I-'" « . ;': ~ chandfee they advertise ; all they ask, is ~ 'v T g;1' V'''¡ « . that' ypu:.put'oiem to the one aridVb |l '. " ? test. ' -Compare quality for quali^ ànoVV^ I rt. ; price for price, and you will realise the ^ ^ - /^ffj !.' |i: j|\ ? -:. '<;frue. sfexificance of ...

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