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COMMONWEALTH CONVERSION LOAN, 5 Per Cent, 1948. GENEROUS TERMS OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

COMMONWEALTH CONVERSION LOAN, 5 Per Cent, 1048. GENEROUS TERMS OFFERED. An attractive investment is offered by the Commonwealth Government to holders of 5 per cent. 1923 Stock and Bonds, under y the terms of the new Conversion Loan 5 per cent. 1948. By the payment of a bonus of £1 per cent., the return of the new Loan will be brought to £5 1 5 per cent., and as the cur- rency of the loan is a long one, twenty-flve years, and interest rates are undoubtedly , on the decline, the holders of the original w 7th Issue War Loan will hardly miss this opportunity for a profitable re-investment. As usual, prospectus and application forms may be obtained from all Banks, State Savings Banks, Money Order Post Offices, and members of recognised Stock Exchanges.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Serious Charge. CAUSING GREVIOUSLY BODILY HARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Serious Charge. ---- ; u . -- CAUSING GREV^IOUSLY BODILY HARM. At the Longreach Police Court on Tues- day last, before Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., Alfred Frederick Anderson was proceeded against on a charge that on April 28th in Long- reach lie had unlawfully caused grevious bodily harm to Joseph Jones. Sub-inspector Farrel prosecuted, and Mr. Major appeared for defendant. Acting-sergeant Fahey, giving ' formal evidence of arrest, -stated that at about 3 p.m. on April 30th, after having a con- versation with the defendant he conveyed him to the watchhouse, where he was charged, making no reply to the charge. Sub-inspector Farrel applied for a re- mand for .eight days, which was granted. Bail was opposed on the grounds that the assaulted man, who was at present in hos ' pital, was in a serious condition, and there were possibilities that events may make it need' ^ry to alter the charge to a more M ' ' <-..:.-r.~~ .serious one." The sub-inspector stated that . «should . the injure...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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MR. THEODORE RETURNS HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

MR. THEODORE RETURNS HOME. Mr. Theodore has had a terrific trip, quite a cyclone affair, from North tp South, and he has returned cheering the hearts of his supporters by boasting of the sweeping victory that he expects to get. Of course that Is natural. Mr. Theodore is far too astute a general not to proclaim victory even if he saw defeat in the near distance. All the same his prospects in the North, es- sentially the industrialist centre,- are said to be fairly rosy, although the United Party hopes to win some seats now held by his Party. Of course Mr. Theodore leaves his opponents not a shadow to win, to judge by his remarks ; but it is whispered that he is not nearly so satisfied as he pretends to be. Port Curtis is one of the seats that Mr. Theodore wants to win ,and will exert every possible ounce of energy to accom- plish. The reason is not far to seek. Mr. Flethcer is recognised as a coming man in the anti-Socialist forces, and consequently he is a dangerous man from the poi...

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

Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. Incorporated 1863. O LONDON MELBOUBNE SYDNEY BBISBANE The Company makes advances on Pastoralproperties, and on ensuing Clip of wooL BRISBANE: Offices: 129-187 Creek Street, Brisbane. Wool Stores: "Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. Skin Stores; Charlotte Street, Brisbane. BOAED OP ADVICE: The Hon. A. H. Whittingham, M.L.C. W. P. Devereux, Manager T. C. Fowler, Secretary WOOL APPRAISEMENTS and FAT STOCK, HIDE AND SKIN SALES HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. /» i STOCK & STATION AGENTS* fs&3 Racer Combs and Cutters are Making Records At Westland Station, via Long* reach, 47 ewes were shorn in 1 hour 50 mina, with a Lister Racer Comb and I Cutter. At the end of the run it waa given to one of the best shearers on the board to finish his sheep, and it cut the wool as sweet- ly as possible. The "Racer" is 2| Inches Wide John A. Smith, C. Murray, J. J. Bourke, and C. D. Welling- vi A top, shearers at Westland, state that the Lister Racer Comb...

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Don't Neglect! A Common Case of Files. It May Lead to Serious Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Don't Neglect! | < A Common Case of Piles. It May Lead to Serious Results. - j When people generally understand j that all euch fatal diseases as Fistula, ¡ Ulcer of the Roctum, Fissure, etc., al- j most invariably begin in a simple j case of Piles, they will learn the wis- j dom of tr king prompr* treatment for ' the first appearance of this trouble. I Potin'a Ointment is unequalled for I e\ery form of Piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this I cheap, but effective remedy, right at I the start, because at such times a single pot has often effected a cure, while in the old deep-seated, chronic eases, several pots are sometimes necessary. Here is a case: Mr. James Kees, 44 Lower Camp- bell Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, snys: "Ten years ago Doan's Ointment cur- ed me of a very bad attack of Itch- ing Piles, and I have been free of that distressing complaint ever since. Before I got this Ointment I tried Hoveral remedies, but none of thom gave me so much as ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Cricket Association. SEASON 1923. TABLE OF PREMIERSHIP POINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Longreach Cricket Association. .sr - SEASON 102». TABLE OF PREMIERSHIP POINTS The following are the leading averages for the Longreach Cricket Association for the undermentioned trophies :-Best batting average in competition matches, bat pre- sented by R. F. Creaghe Esq. batsman to have played at least 7 innings. Highest individual score in all matches, £5/5/ trophy presented by E. Shearin Esq. Best bowling average in all matches, bowler to taken at least 25 wickets, bat presented by J. H. Boldeman Esq. The following is the table of premiership points for the past season : CQ w E. H. Glasson (S) 24 2 R. R. Edkins (B) 8 3 A. Gibson (H) 7 0 W. McMaster (B) 10 3 H. A. Meares (B) l8 2 W. Boyd (H) 19 0 B. Case (H) 11 1 H. M. Gallwey (H) 20 3 B. Menzies (E.M.) 23 2 P. Rogers (E.M.) 11 2 ?a s 110« 48 57 28 55 37 27 51 31 28 tí 556 121 147 144 243 278 141 200 237 91 5 25.72 24.2 21 20.57 15.18 14.C3 14.1 11.75 11.28 10.11 BOWLING, Club Games ? Not Out. B. Case (H) 41 J. M. Durkin (S) 34 E. ...

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Land Court. THE BARCALDINE SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

f - Land Court. Jj" ,*" THE BARCALDINE SITTINGS. ¡JC i The Land Court opened its sittings here .on^Friday afternoon last before Mr. A. Dean, .acting member of the Land Court, with Mr J. P. Markwell as Registrar. Mr. C. Mar- tin appeared for the Crown in all cases, -while Mr. R. J. McCullough and Mr. R. F. Lyons represented the Lessees. Mi*. J. A. H. Fraser, Assessing, Commissioner, was .also present. All the selections but one w-ere desert blocks, including some of the . Vorst description of country in the Central |'''West,, rough, poison country, infested with I «dogs, and covered with dense scrubs. A ?few Desert Pastoral Leases were also dealt with. The evidence given in some cases .showed a pitiful Btate of affairs. In one instance a cattle station manager stated that Bothwick's. buyer Inspected 200 speyed cows last month. They were in fair condi- tion considering the class of country. His best offer was that he would take 40 of them and pay 14/- per cwt. for first grade fbeef*- ...

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Jockey Club Races TO-DAY'S RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Jockey Club Race¿> | TO-DAY'S RESULTS. j \ " There was a fair attendance at the Lcj j \ reach Jockey Club's May Meeting this af| | / noon. The following were the results :-i; | 'j . Rio Handicap.-Malture, 1 ; '^Sorni, / ¿ y « Gun, 2 ; Accelerate, 3. Won by 2* îengtTy I À ' Two others. Time 1.4. Dividend, £1/S'* *f Evesham Handicap.-Scotch Brae.v 'l^C] Satin Lady, 2 ; Graftest, 3. Won by two/ lengths in 1.41 J/5. Seven others. Div-| idends 19/3 and £3/13/3. - ' Western Queensland Derby.-Suncoll, y Bonnie Welcome, 2 ; Co,ol Corn. 8^ Qpf starters. Wonr-easily iri~2T±<h" Divid^ 17/9. / Cory Memorial Handicap.-Mamosa £. 1 ; Frisco Hatten, 2 ; Leinchester, .3. (^ other. Won by two lengths In 1.46. idend £1/13/9. « t Strathdarr Handicap.-Scotch' Brae, . Julee, 2 ; Golden Runner, 3. Won by ah a length in 1.17 1/5. Five others. /DU idends 19/3 and 5/6. '? ' I Bexley Handicap.-Scolo, J. ; Num Ha ers, 2 ; Somme Gun, 3. Won by two lengf, in 1.18. Two other starters. Divide 15/9. &...

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Latest by Wire. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Latest by Wire. SYDNEY, Thursday. The Solicitor-General, Mr. Garran, con- ferred with Mr. Bavin, State Attorney General, yesterday regarding the Irish en- voys who were arrested on Monday. Per- sistent rumours are circulating that the Commonwealth Government intends to de- port both envoys. While Mr. A. Commens, orchardist, was driving a motor lorry to Blackheath with fruit, it collided with the train at a level crossing. His son, Eric Corijmens, aged 6, was killed and four other members of the fam- ily injured. The conference between the coalowners and miners to endeavour to bring~*about a settlement of the dispute on the Mait- land field ended in a deadlock. It was ad- journed till Monday, but the miners are inclined to make concessions and the out- look is more hopeful. According to authenticated information, the operations of the Commonwealth steam- ship line for the. financial year, 1921-1922, indicated a debit balance for the year of about a million pounds sterling. No bal- an...

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

MITCHELL ELECTORATE. Elections, 12th May, 1923. LYONS The Queensland United Party Endorsed Candidate STANDS FOR ?YAL1TY to COMMONWEALTH and 1R1T1SH EMPIRE. Pstoration of LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL m an ELECTIVE basis. institutional Government. lite Australia. »couragemant to PRIMARY Industries. Jcouragement to SECONDARY INDUS PRIES using RAW materials. tending AVENUES for EMPLOYMENT worfkÉRS.. PROXY VOTIN« in Parlia fnomy in public EXPENDITURE. ¡tabiishment of SINKING FUND for iOAN redemption. ordination between FEDERAL and TATE Land and Income Tax Depart- ments and SIMPLIFICATION of Returns. beral advances for WORKERS' DWEL- LINGS. ¿«moving all . RADLWAY control from from POLITICAL influence. iolency willi a view to ECONOMY in lálhyay Pt»j'fi.rtment. TmmeaiSi^^ompletion df LONGREACH to WINTON RAILWAY. .SECUfUTY of land tenure and SANCT i , MBYjo£ CONTRACT. FREEHOLD tenure for TOWN ALLOT ,MENTS. 'Water CONSERVATION and IRRIGA- TION. .Closer Se.ttlement. Jmrnidiate RESUMPTION of Pastoral ',...

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Our Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Our Advertisers. The A.C.B.. drapers of Rockhampton a? | \ vise in this issUe that they "will remain « rl í - ***" Longreach for another week. A la« I stock of new goods will arrive on Tuesd) ^J^. vv morning. v " wtjfc^frr-i"'; ", Messrs. Edwards, Martin, -Ltd,',! make i special reference this week to Rex Stoves, ] for which they are the local agents. Messrs. Spiers Ltd draw attention to their large and' well-assorted stocks of -j face powders and other toilet requisites. j Messrs Studios Ltd., the high-class photo- I graphers of Rockhampton,- have an im- r portant announcement in this issue. \A re- »' , presentative arrives by to-morrow's ' mail j and will remain in Longreach for- one i / week. L Ia I Messrs. Comino Bros., draw special at- [ } tention to the fact that they have ".just [ / landed very large indents of chocolates ¿/ and confectionery from aM the famous W manufacturers. ,| Lfoescy. F. Cory and Co. announce an ifi auctio sale of miscellaneoua^W'i ^ea»At-th_o ' mart on ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

I I , PICKING THEIR WAY.-Working on a narrow wall 60ft. abovo J the roadway, these men, with utter unconcern, literally "pick" their way, dislodging bricks from under their very D feet, and sending them hurtling down. They aro demolish i . ing a building in Elizabeth-street, Sydney, to make way for 1 I a theatre. ¡J ..' . **H -. >l WAGNER'S PIANO.-It was on this piano, which is now in 2 J New York, that Richard Wagner composed his wonderful . music. It was presented to the musician by King Lud U I wig of Bavaria. I) THE SORT OF DISTURBANCE that the N.S.W. Railway Commissionerr make when they lay a new tramline. MOTORISTS' PARADISE.-Miohlgan Boulevard, Chloago, li ia Id te bo tha flnaat automobil* road In *_tho world. It oertalnly looka tempting at night. THE END OF THE ROAD^-And. incidentally, the picture shows what an artistic photographer can do. The scene is a piece of waste land near the seashore at Collaroy, N.S.W. i - - RUBBERNECKS!-That is what the Americans would call a g...

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

I PHONE 326. ! MISS NILSON, I Eagle-street, LONGREACH. 1 I(Nehmer's Buildings). j LADIES' SPECIALIST. j DRESSMAKING ON PREMISES. j SPECIAL ADYEATWCWBBNTS^_\ j Situations Wanted^ For( SäIo," Bec. il ^ ~ Sixteen Words : t/6 for one insertion.' 3/-> I for two'insertions, and 4/e for thre«, I insertions. ' h< , \ g Twenty-four Words .' 2/3 for on»tinsertlonJ | 4/0 for two insertions, and 6/ff-t,or three) s Insertions. ' " I Thirty-two Words : S/- foV -h»© insertion.] | ' 6/- for two insertions, and ?/- for threl | Insertions. ' t f These rates are for Cmah 1m Advance-. I $ ,. If booked ordinary casual advorttBÍngr&, ^ rates will be charged. * */i*T

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Obituary. PASSING OF AN OLD QUEENSLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Obituary. PASSING OF AN OLD QUEENSLANDER. On Monday last Dr. F. A. Hope Michod received the following telegram from Mr. A. D. Walsh, Brisbane, manager for Messrs Dalgety & Co., Ltd. "Poor old Scott Ell- iott died yesterday. United Grand Masonic Lodge arranging burial. Probably Cleve- land to-morrow. Advise friends." This news will be heard with general regret "throughout the whole of Central Western Queensland, and yet with a sigh of relief that the "Old Queenslander's" troubles are over. The deceased gentleman was one of the oldest residents of the West, and de- lighted to recall the hardships of the very early days (when communication was by bullock and horse teams, from the coast westwards) and compare the conditions that the "tenderfoot" of to-day enjoys. Cer- tain it is that the hardy old pioneer suf- fered in those days the privations that fell to the lot of early settlers of this great western country whose services we are apt so easily to forget. Mr. Elliott came .fr...

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Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Stock Movements. -: o : The following stock movements have oc- curred since April 23rd : . 2000 ewes Isisford to Tambo, via Bla^k | all. J. Wynne, owner, in charge. ! 34 00 mixed sheep Maydo to Glenellen. I W. G. H. Price owner, in charge. j 9000 mixed sheep Mt. Victoria to Ken ! dall. Languies and Cowan owners, V. I Saunders in churre. j 5000 iV,l.*«'1 .-Vi*-«!) Darriveen to Winton , H. F. Wathon owner, L. - M'C^nachy in I charge. . ? j 1400 mixed cattle Valetta to Quilpie. G. j H. Nichols owner, R. Carrol in charge. I 6000 wethers Baratria to Arranmore. | M'Kenzie and Smith owners, T. Mowland j in charge. J 33O0 wethers Baratria to Rosebank. j M'Kenzie and Smith owners, T. Mowland j in charge. | 3300 mixed sheep Longreach to Spring | vale. J. Forrest owner (rail). | 700 mixed cattle Vergemont to Selkirk. I 13. Jowett owner, J. T. Jacobs in charge. j 2 700 'wethers Camoola Reserve to Bim I bah. W. H. T. Crombie owner, J. Ford ! in charge. I 690 rams Beaconsfield to Ilfracombe i the...

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ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

j ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. : The Australian Estates report on Wed ! nesday's Enoggera fat stock sales as fol ! lows :-Sheep-10,650 penned, too many for requirements and prices were cônse ! quently much easier than last week. Best I wether mutton realised 3d to 3 id, odd pens j a shade higher. Cattle-2400 yarded. The quality was generally inferior. Prime bul I lock beef was worth 19/- to 20/- ; plain, j 10/- to 10/- ; and cow beef 8/- to 15/- per 100 lb. We also-sold 160 cattle and calves, j including bullocks to £6/15/-.

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Longreach Leader FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1923. WHO PAYS? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

ïïtm$naâi HEeaáer FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1023. WHO PAYS ? It would be well for the electors to stop and consider where the money is coming from with which the Labour Party is fight- ing the present election. It has been pub- licly stated in Longreach by Mr. Dunstan that the Party had not unlimited funds, that he was doubtful whether they had £1000 outside the £1000 presented by the A.W.U. That being so, who is paying for the expensive literature being circulated throughout Queensland ? Who is paying for the Ministerial tours around the coun- try ? Is the Labour Party paying the Queensland Government printer for the huge printing contracts recently performed, or does the Labour Party when in office think that by the fact that they are in power they have a perfect right to use public servants, public utilities, and Gov- ernment institutions and funds for party purposes ? It would seem that the present Government cannot see the difference be- tween State ownership and Government ownership. A r...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

MARRIAGE. ELLIS-ANDERSON. AT St. Andrews' Anglican Church, Long- reach, on April 28th, 1923, Winifred only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellis, Longreach), to Sidney Weynand (youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anderson, Mer- ino Vale, Allora, Darling Downs).

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Wedding Bells. ANDERSON—ELLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 4 May 1923

Wedding Bells. ANDERSON-ELLIS. A very pretty wedding took place at St. Andrew's Anglican Church at 3.30 on Sat urday afternoon last, the contracting parties being Miss Winifred Ellis, only daughter   Of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellis, of Swan Street, Longreach, and Mr. Sidney Weynand Anderson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anderson, "Merino Vale", Darling Street, Allora. , The bride was attired in a beautiful   costume of ivory satin grenade with silver lace panels, georgette sleeves trimmed with pearls,, and a belt relieved with pearls. She wore a Dutch cap and veil of silver net, trimmed with plaited ribbon and pearls and finished with trails of orange blossom. She carried a boquet of St. Joseph lillies and maiden hair fern with Lillies of the Valley. The bride looked very pretty as she en tered the. Church on her father's arm to the accompaniment of the Wedding March played by Miss Scholefield. Miss, Marg Fox, Rockhampton, and Miss Elsie Searles, Longreach, ...

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

ICE ! ICE! OT. TANKS, BUTCHER,-LONGREACH, ,f1 BEGS TO NOTIFY that be is now prepared , to supply and deliver | First-class loo In any Quantity at Current Kates. k A TRIAL SOLICITED. W. WIEN, V* (FRUrTERER, CONmSCOTONER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) Desires to notify the Public that he 'has REMOVED to new premises, and is now conducting business in the old "NEWS" OFFICE, J EAGLE-STREET, LONGREACH. Thanking all old Patrons who have so splendidly supported him since the' recent fire, and soliciting, a Continuance of such Patronage. ' N J HIS ADVICE IS ? "Don't Forget My Celebrated "/. ^ i( 51 Üjemon Sqnashes." ' £%*' "lake w \ A cough or cold can be checked on the "lick of the dock." Men have found it convenient to keep a bottle of BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS handy, so that they can take a sip when winter aliments an- nounce their arrival. Taken "in time" it is surest and quickest in preventing a cold tilling on the chest, in banishing bronchitis or an attack of ¡nñuenia. Be sure it I...

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