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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

F. CORY & GO. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, COMMISSION, and FORWARDING AGENTS. HORSE SALES A SPECIALITY. Splendid Agistment Paddocks close to Town « LONGREACH. AGENTS FOR The New Zealand Fire and Ularino In« su ranee Company, O. Q. Pastoral Employ« ers' Association, &c, &c. "According to this spiritist, 'ectoplasm' makes a table move during a seance." "Uumph. That's a new name for it." "For what ?" "The medium's knee." Dobson : "Whence the black, eye, old thing?" Hobson, "Oh, I went to a dance last night and was struck by the beauty of the place." SPEIRS LTD., Longreach. -- : o : Face Powders, Talc Powders, and Toilet Creams. We have a large and varied assortment of all the Modern Face Creams at Moderate Prices, Cory's Talc Powder 7s 6d Morney's Face Powder Ils 6d Morney* s Talc Powder 4s 6d Jontell Face Powder 5s 6d Noel Face Powder 5s Pi ver s New Face Powder, Missmellis 6s 6d Hubicant's Face Powder 7s 6d Pond's Vanishing Cream 3 s Daggett and Ranasell's Col...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

o«^«¡j» KEIIUILT Typewriters Various makös £10 to £29. This month 'a pr'c Hat post fren .Australian ^v~. H'\ pcwriU-r Supplies Co . !>6 J QueetrSt BrtaO. Çood J/ews jfor JVÎoiorists I\ DUNLOPS" REDUCED IN PRICE In making the above announcement we regret* that it is not possible to furnish our clientele' with printed lists, but these will be in the motorists hands by the 2nd February. So that the benefit may be reaped at once, the prices given below become operative on and from Monday, 22nd January. This means greater value, for DUNLOP will still maintain their high standard of quality, tfiereby ensuring cheaper motoring to users of these dependable, long service tyres. THE NEW PRICKS. J millimetre: sizes. american sizes. Sizes in Millimetres 660 x 66 700 x 68 700 x 80 J 700 x 85 \ 710 x 90 750 X 85 Í760 x 90 760 x (00 760 x 105 766 x. 105 r 810 x 90 J 810 x 100 J 810 x 105 » 010 X 90 i 910 x 106 "Railroad , Beaded Edge] .1 Tubes d5 s. d. 3 5 6 3 6 4 1 4 3 4 16 4 9 5 6 6 410 6 8 9...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Solo Agent for WIENEKE SCHNEIDERS famous Riding Saddles. JBuy fiom WERNER and save fleight from Bl isbane Call orWiite for Catalogue. .For Everything in Saddlery, Harness, \ Repairs, Etc., R.S. WERNER, - The Collar Expert and "Quality First" N Saddler, Denham Street (near Leichhardt Hotel) i_ ROCKHAMPTON. '"* tag*» .. uJr *.. CAFE ELITE. " FOR - THE - BEST. fc MALTED MILK DRINKS Mixed with the Electric Mixer. SQUASHES ICE CREAMS SUNDAES PEACH MELBAS. - Fresh Fruit Daily. - CAFE ELITE and AMERICAN BAR. ALICE SMITH, "¡J"T* »nimjmiinnnnnnnirnnitinnmnirnniniiniiinjninniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiini: Arf Indispensable Accessory in your Dress' Scheme MAKE A NOTE TO EXAMINE THIS DISPLAY OF FINE VEILINGS TO-DAY. áTMONG the season's accessories .^ of fashion, Veilings, as displayed here, are creating considerable atten- tion from smartly-dressed women. 7FÇe new ideas in Style and Pattern show a distinct trend of originality which in turn imparts a pleasing sa...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
JOHN KENNEDY. TANK SINKING CONTRACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

JOHN KENNEDY. TANK SINKING CONTRACTOR. . TÍPErq tn nntifv +Via cst-aUnn r\T--.«-~ j- ~ -j» . x>egs io noiiiy cne station owners in and around the District that he is prepared to give estimates for any class of Tank Sink- ing or Repair Work in any part of the Cen- tral West. Thirty Years' Experience. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Apply-Care of Box 105, G.P.O., Longreach. d6

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ilfracombe Items. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

r , ' ESSSSESESEEESESESESESE Ilfracombe Items. - . o : - -. - '(From Our Own Correspondent). Tennis.-The tennis tournament recently started here has been completed, and some great tennis was witnessed. Great in the matter of energy, at least. The attendance at all times was good, and the interest never flagged. Opposing teams were led by the captain., Mr. R. T. Holland, and Vice captain J. 33. Bopf. The latter team won, but the scores, if one reads the results of the sets, are apt to mislead. Actually, the games won are the best guides, and the figures were : 382 games played, Mr. Bopf's team winning by 26 games. That is pretty level work. Some players did not have a chance to show their ability owing to unavoidable absence of partners. A local team is endeavouring to arrange a trip to Barcaldine to meet a Roman Cath- olic Club team there. Hail.-Many of the young children of the West have never seen hail stones, but on the 26th instant a splendid opportunity offered for an exhibitio...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). HOW GOES THE BATTLE? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). L-ifc -: o : HOW GOES THE BATTLE ? In one form or another everybody is asking, "How goes the battle ?" The de- claration of the nominations, of course. ? brought the opposing forces right into battle line, and caused some consterna- tion in anti-Socialist circles because of the number of electorates in which the anti Socialist vote is going to be split. Before the Rockhampton Conference it seemed likely that triangular contests would take place in no more than four electorates. The nominations, however, showed that the number had grown to thirteen. Obviously unless the contingent vote is carefully exer- cised there is going to be another period of Labour rule because it is doubtful if the Anti-Socialist majority can give away very much in any of the electorates. There is a suggestion that at least some of the split vote candidates bear the hall-mark of La- bour ; but that is certainly not true in the majority of instances. Neither would ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Clerk's Deficiency. SENTENCED TO SIX MONTHS' IMPRISONEMNT. SENTENCE SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

A Clerk's Deficiency. Sentenced to six months' iatPKISONMENT. «SENTENCE SUSPENDED. Ä Arthe Longreach Police Court, on Wed- nesday morning last, before Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., James Isbelle Collins, a young man employed at the Longreach Railway sta- tion, as a parcel clerk, was charged that between April 9th and April 20th, whilst employed at the Longreach Railway Sta- tion as parcels clerk, he stole, several sums of money amounting in all to £38/4/9, be-" ing the amount of a general deficiency of ; monies which had come into his possession | on account of the Commissioner for Rail ¡ ways. ¡ The defendant pleaded "Guilty" and I elected to be dealt with summarily, j Sub-inspector Farrell, who prosecuted, ¡ stated that the accused as parcels clerk I had the handling of the C.O.D. parcels, and | it was his duty to initial invoices for such j parcels and receive payment for the con ! tents as well as for the cost of transit, and' | to enter such Items in -a book kept for the ¡ purpose. He (...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Graziers in Conference. ANNUAL DELEGATES MEETING AT LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

1 ? ?? ? ? Il ' Graziers in Conference« --- : o : - ANNUAL DELEGATES MEETING AT IjONG REACH. The annual conference of delegates to the .Graziers' Association of Central and Nor- thern Queensland was held in the associa- tion's new premises, Galah and Duck streets, Longreach, last week. The conference was opened on Thursday morning and delibera- tions lasted until midday on Sunday last. Secretary now tended Jfress report. The discussion on the various motions brought forward were listened to by quite a large number of visiting members of the .Association. Telegrams of apology and expressing good wishes were received from Messrs. A. H. Whittingham (president, United Graziers* Association of Queensland), W. Kent (president Graziers' Association of South- east Queensland), A. H. Russell (president Maranoa Graziers' Association). Delegates present were as follows : Messrs. A. J. B. M'Master, president (Win- ton), J. S. Henderson (Yarraka), B. M. Geary (Hughenden), C. M'Lean (Capella), A....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

[P .^lïïïïimffiffffffiw;^^^."'''"^.fc.sBíBpyBy -^«ua^ai «y ^ ËA°N£e^ íü II ^tirtîmiimiii*Miiiiiiiniitnnii| ivnfi'iwiiiii'miMiiMii'tri ii ? r m 11111 ^m iiyMiM£njj mnTT^Tinj-'J. ??"? -^ j ' 4¡fH «2». i î % This Should Interest You. ECONOMY, STERLING VALUES, COMPLETE SATISFACTION. AT GORDON, GIBSON & CO's New Service Stores. GENTLEMEN ! You who choose high class wearing apparel ! Right here in Longreach we are at your service with all the latest and newest in Hats, Boots, Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Pyjamas, Hoisery, etc. J¿ ^f[f¡ SMOKERS! You ask for the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigar ettes. We can offer you 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 p...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

J. A. CATIP has JUST OPENED lils ECONOMIC DRAPERY and BOOT STORE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. J. A. CATIP has now opened a large stock of DRAPERY, in premises situated at the Longreach Hotel. It will pay YOU to come and inspect his stock if'you wish to save money. NOTE THE ADDRESS LONGREACH HOTEL BUILDING. G.E. HOMELIGHT & POWER UNIT. GUARANTEED for 1 Year ECONOMICAL Mechanically Sound. Engine can be need for PUMPING, SAWING, Etc. 1£ K.W.-3 Out Pnt. Fitted with Brith Exide Battery. Air Cooled No Troublesome Joints. Starts by Pressing a Button. fnWtfht 120-130 EDWARD STREET, Brisbane G0LDSBR0U6H, MORT AND COMPANY, LIMITED, ROCKHAMPTON, WOOL & PRODUCE I STOCK & STATION BROKERS, j AGENTS. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on the ensuing WOOL CLIP, and on all STATION PEODUCE and SECURITIES. Consignment of WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, &c., received for sale in the Colonial or London Markets. All Stock, Station, Financial, Shipping, and Insurance busi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tears Kill Germs. KEEP ON WEEPING. IT SAVES YOU DYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Tears Kill Germs. -: u . - KEEP ON WEEPING. IT SAVES YOU DYING. Il has recently been discovered by an English physician that human tears are strongly antiseptic. In other words, a "cold in the head." with its moist eyes and gener- al cataarhal condition of nose and' throat is Nature's method of overwhelming the enemy. At the first sign of danger, the "x*e serveB" of tears ave called up. The danger area Is flooded with natural germ-killer, and, if all goes well, the trouble is, liter- S ally swamped. The substance in tears which has this remarkable effect has been christened "Lysozyme," because It "lyses," or dissolves, germs. It is very p.otent. Thus, a large mass of germs in a tube were "treated," with tears diluted 9000 times with plain water. , The whole of the germs were destroyed. Even when the tears were diluted 243,000 times there was still a mark- ed effect. The action, too, is very rapid, occupy- ing in some instances not more than 10 seconds. In this space of time a single...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Wool Sales. -- : o : - The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Coy., Ltd., Brisbane, report under date April 30th, as follows :-The sixth series of Brisbane wool sales were held on the 24th, 2Bth and 26th instant, the total offerings of the combined brokers amount- ing to 36,000 bales. Although some clips in nice condition were included in the catalogues submitted, the majority showed evidence of the ~dry season which has been experienced, being of fine quality, thin, poorly grown, wasty, and a number part tender, but practically free from seed. The proportion of scoured wool offered was smaller than usual and consisted mainly of skirtings and oddments. The usual large gathering of buyers was present, and competition was keen throughout, Con- tinental representatives being the prin- cipal purchasers. Buyers were making less distinction in favour of fine quality wools than usual, length staple being more sought after. Some irregularity was noticeable in the bidding for short wools...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REPUTATION Built up by years of consistent service [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

REPUTATION Built up by years of ** consistent service To-day Morse's Indian Boot Pilla Btand higher in public estimation than ever before, and have the reputation L, of being second to none. This is a big thing to say of a' small pill, but is nevertheless a fact, and t¿ie reason for . it is because the public know by long experience that these pills always can be relied upon, which is contrary to the rase of mo3t medicines that are popu- lar for a time and then forgotten. The. demand for Dr. Morse's Indian Root ¿y Pills is steadily increasing, and the saleB in the Commonwealth now ex- ceed a ton per month. No amount of advertising could sustain such a de wand unless the article possessed the qualities claimed. #2xaggerated claims ure not made fpr Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills, the object of the proprie* tors all the-time being to present them to the public as an everyday household medicine. For a quarter of a -century , ) Or. Morse's Indian Eoot Pills have been '* m use in this coun...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

ECONOMY We can quote you a low price, But, we dont do cheap wof k. 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 the moist southern cellmate is not suitable for the Dry Western District of Longreach. We know our business. It will pay you to inspect some of our Work or consult us before go- ing on with that Fainting Job. We Guarantee honest Workmanship and Material true to Specifications^ onfall Painting Jobs Intrusted to us, RICHARDSON BROS., The Practical Painters, Eagle Street, Longreach VOTE FOR ITMASTER IT MEANS The Development of this District....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Gregory Electors. DEAR SIR OR MADAM,— [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

To the Gregory Electors. DEAR SIR OR MADAM,- ' I wish to place before you my reason for .coming forward as a candidate for the Gregory, and also to give a general outline of the Policy that I will advocate .and support, should I be returned as your representative. In the first place, I consider that the interests of -Queensland are being sacrifled for party and sectional advantages, and that the present unsatisfactory industrial, and economic conditions are the result of the ill-advised legislation and administration of " the present Government and its past Leaders, who have increased taxation, in- creased the public debit, and increased unemployment. If the present administra- tion is continued, taxation must be further increased, and it is even now being grad-. ually loaded over on to the shoulders of the employees, both directly and indirectly ' by such legislation as the "Unemployment Insurance Act" and ^Government Gamb- ling Sweeps." 0 .In regard to the future Policy of Queensl...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Show Dance. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Show Dance. The annual Show Society's dance eventu- ated in the Shire Hall, Longreach, on Thursday night, but the attendance was considerably below the average of previous years, the fact that the show was not being held, being no doubt due in a very large measure, for this fact. The hall was very nicely decorated with coloured electric lights, Chinese lanterns, and bunting, (Mr. McNichol being responsible for these ar- rangements). Although the attendance was much smaller, those ""attending cer- tainly spent a very enjoyable evening, the floor being in good condition and the music provided by Misses E. Affoo (piano) and A. Holland (voilin) being excellent. At a suitable hour a dainty supper was served by Miss Smith (Elite Cafe), and dancing was then continued until the eaxiy hours of morning. Many pretty costumes were worn by the ladies, amongst whom we no- ticed the following : Mrs. R. H. Edkins, Bimbah, black cash- mere de soie with overdress of georgette and jet. Mrs. A. N. MacK...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEON LYONS AT ARRILALAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

LEON LYONS AT ARRILALAH. The endorsed United Party Candidate, Leon Lyons has every reason to feel more than satisfied with his success at Arrilalah on Tuesday night last. The audience was large and representative of the surround- ing dsitrict thus testifying the keen inter- est displayed in the present campaign. Mr Colin B. P. Bell, of Westland, took the chair and suitably introduced Mr. Lyons and appropriately referred to the import- ance attached ,to the present elections throughout Queensland, expressing the hope that all would see to it that they re- cord their vote on Polling Day. " Mr. Lyons was received with applause and opened his address by strongly -sup- ? porting land settlement and said :-It Is fully realised that there is good and bad land in every district and that the rainfall also plays a big part in regard to values. He would see to it that more attention was given to the classification of Crown Lands by. men of known ability, undoubted in- tegrity and absolute hone...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

î . i 'is 1 s * ^ ! ¡ STUDIOS LTO | east street, (Head office) Rockhampton. f Vice-Regal vv E| PHOTOGRAPHERS : skth i Representative visiting- Longreach with a thoroughly equipped STUDIO Arriving SATURDAY, MAY 5th, for ONE WEEK ONLY MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTS EARLY. r TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF SECURING PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOURSELF OR THE CHILDREN, IN THE LATEST STYLES. THE MAIN FEATURE OF THIS VISIT IS TO INTRODUCE OUR NEW IVORINE ENLARGEMENTS. Tliey need no glass or frame, are insect and damp proof, and unbreakable, being based on metal. WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY 219

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
State Elections. MR. TAYLOR'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

State Elections. -. 0. MR. TAYLOR'S TOUR. Successful meetings in furtherance of the . } campaign of Mr. Leon Lyons, the United , Party candidate for the Mitchell electorate were held at Muttaburra and Aramac on Friday and Saturday nights respectively. At Muttaburra the chair was occupied by Dr. Hope and both Mr. Lyons and Mr. Charles Taylor (leader of the United Party) who accompanied him on the tour were given a good hearing though interjections were fairly frequent. ^ Mr. Lyons followed mainly on the lines of his speech at Longreach and referred to the policy of the United Party in re- spect to land settlement. The intention of that party, he said, was to settle people on the land and make them contented there. Towards this end it waa proposed to resume sora? of the big pastoral hold- ings immediately and at no distant date * these would be made available for selec- tion. He instanced the difficulties of secur- ing land for selection in Queensland at the present time and expressed...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Illegal Possession. THE CASE OF A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Illegal Possession. ___- . r» : THE CASE OF A HAT. Before Messrs M. Grealy and J. Ber tho, JsP. at the Police Court Longreach on Saturday last, Thomas Clarke appeared on a charge of having in his possession a-felt hat reasonably suspected of having been stolen. The defendant pleaded guilty to having .. the hat in his possession, but contended ~ that he came by it legitimately. The Sub-inspector, who prosecuted, stated that when asked how much he had paid for the hat the defendant stated he had paid 9/-. Continuing, the sub-inspector stated that he knew from his own know- ledge that during the past eight or ten days the defendant had been going from business place to business place begging, and had secured money from some business men on the pretence that he had a job on the rail- way to go to. The offence of hat stealing had become prevalent, he (Sub-inspector Farrell) understanding that four nats had been stolen from the Imperial Hotel and two from the Club. There was a wax-rant is...

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