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BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). .' J;*f ' -:o : PROGRESS OF THE CAMPAIGN. . Now that Wë are drawing close to the : election, lt ls possible to arrive at something . like 'an estimate. The unusual silence of .-. .'hitherto prominent Labour supporters, how- ever, is a factor that has a lot of people ¡guessing and desperate efforts are to be : i-made within the next few days to arouse .the enthusiasm that is lacking. The me- tropolitan Labour candidates are not at V. -. j.all pleased that Mr. Theodore spent so much Victime in the country, claiming that he should have been in the city. Mri Hux ''ham and Mr. A. J. Jones, of course, were ' . left to look after the metropolis, but both .. : of them "cut small potatoes" in Brisbane, V;.and drew neither numbers nor applause. When Mr. Theodore arrived back from the " North he found walting for him a Bris : bane itinerary for the last two weeks which . left him little time either for rest or sleep. He. took a blue pencil and canc...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL. ? |H The following players have been selected 9 to represent the Black Senior Football j] Club v. Blues :-Full back, W. Rose "; $1 three-quarters, S. W. Cullimore, A. Ross, ll W. Springer, C. Boyd ; five-eighth, R. John- VÊ ston ; half-back, N. Finley ;. forwards, W. jV Boyd, R. Ireland, J. Martin, J. Conlon, J. ïm Duffy, W. Readford. Emergencies : Backs, §? J. Springer. * «9 The A Grade Blue Club on Sunday will :M be represented by the following players :- )SÊ Full-back, Toby Forrest ; three-quarters, '$M W. Ferris, B. Chambers, J. Tabart, L. S Young ; five-eighth, P. Bunn ; half-back, -|M W. Bailey ; forwards-W. McKeon (capt), fa| G. Savage, C. Howard, P. Ahern, S. Bar-;iJ« tholomew, and M. Brushe. Emergency, W. |g| Hayward. The B Grade Blues team will be ;-rgqllflW back, P. Rogers ; three-quarters, K. Mil-jaM 1er, Don Gavin, T. Pollard, D. Gavin v j jflye4*§H eighth, A. Searles ; half back, P. Dent ''^M forwards, W. Searles, M. Taylor, Fletcher.-gaB Bill Haywar...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNCIL MEETING. ILFRACOMBE SHIRE. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

-?---- *^^!^^^T^ ..-^ ' " COUNCIL MEETING. -;- : o : ILFRACOMBE SHIRE. MONTHLY MEETING. , The usual monthly meeting of the II ' fràcombe Shire Council was held In the Council Chambers on 3rd instant, there be- ing present :-Councillors "T. McMaster ?(chairman), A. J. Arnold, J. Y. Shannon, ' Alex. Howatson, J. Inglis, and M. Nichol- son. Apologies for non-attendance were re- ceived from Crs. Laidlaw and Hamilton, and leave of àbsence was granted to both. The annual circular from the Local Au- thorities' Association with respect to ap- pointing delegates to the next annual con- ference was read, and lt was decided to appoint Cr. Nicholson, and another, the choice of the latter to be left to the next ?meeting. The Clerk read the names of ten»1 rate . payers whom he had written to in the mat- ter of payment of sanitary rates. Messrs. J, W. Smith and Co.; replied, and returned the rate notice, informing the Council that their lease of the premises commenced on 1st February last. They as...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

This Should Interest You. ECONOMY, STERLING VALUES, COMPLETE SATISFACTION. .. - AT . l-l EN Î You who choose high class wearing apparel ! Right here in Longreach ^ j we are at your service with edithe latest and newest in Mats, Boots, W :' Shirts, Ties, Underwear, Pyjamas, Hoisery, etc. 1^1 - J You ask for the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes. We can offer you j | everything worth offering. ff| \W< * A ^flf í The success of our Genera) Grocery department is well known to you. Our wholesale Wine and Spirit départaient is replete with all of the leading Brands in case or draught. Twentyfive years of. experience are behind om* enterprise. AH cost savings in the keenest markets* are passed to our clients. All our efforts are devoted tó the satisfaction of our patrons. GENERAL 'MERCHANTS. LONGREACH II - ii »ii - ii - ii - II - II mm II ?»?II - II - II - II HI - IImm II - II ?iiMiiati^ THE ls Where YOU will Go For ADVICE, SERVICE, and REPAIRS, Because they are well equipped an...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Mailbag Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

The Mailbag Gase. - ; o : - The adjourned case, in which John Henry Pope, was charged with stealing a mail bag the property of the Postmaster-General, was heard before the Police Magistrate (Mr. R. Curtis) on May 3rd last. Sub inspector Farrell outlined the case for the prosecution, stating that something had come under the notice of the police, and when questioned the defendant showed the police the contents of a box he had, in which the bag was found. He stated the bag had been left in a room by a previous hotel yardman and he (the defendant) had put it in the box, and added that he didn't steal the bag. The bag would be identified by the Postmaster as the property of the Postmaster-General. The prosecution waa prepared to accept defendant's story as true, and were proceeding' on the grounds that the defendant was depriving the lawful owner of use of the bag. Mr. Major : I admit the facts, but con- tend that the defendant did not intend to deprive the Postmaster-General of the bag...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

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

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

s* X£6 Murifock Stonncosùbfë is-I i WK i m. j<,( 1. CHILLS often cost more! In protective qualities alone this fine big pure Wool Murdoch Overcoat will save you a. mint o' money and trouble. That's only ONE feature. Style ia another ! There is a shapliness in its smart swinging lines and cleanly modelled build that gives the impression* of Tailoring to Measure at double the price. The Fabric is pure wool English Blanket Tweeds of superb quality and finish. Latest 'Grey shades and refined designs. Smart Broad Lapels, storm Collar and Strapped Cuffs* With or without Full Belt. Unlined. 55/ POSTAGE PAID TO YOUR DOOR There is a perfect fitting siz.e for you. Simply send your chest measure (over coat) and height. Address your letter to DESK MURDOCH'S IN PARK ST. LTD., SYDNEY The World'» Largest Men'» and Boy's Wear Store 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 M...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ambulance Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Ambulance Brigade. . jil Mr. R. Curtis presided at a meeting ot fai| tho local Ambulance Brigade-'¿19 Committee held on Tuesday last, when 'fm headquarters forwarded subsidy amouuting >|| to £355. Mr. Jessop, Ilfracombe, for- ^§ warded £19 Ils. 5d. proceeds of Ilfraoombe , | benefit. Biding Accident. 4 Thiç morning, when the railway con- | struetion workers were proceeding to work ;:i they found a young man named John J Dempsey ly.;uj injured on the road near J the construction camp. It appears that J Dempsey, who is a resident of West Long-_ jj reach, was on his way home when his horse H fell, and in its struggle to regain its feet * kicked him in the groin. Dempsey, who | was suffering from bruises, was attended Jj by the Ambulance and conveyed to the | Longreach .Hospital. Political Matters. m Chas. A. B. Millar, Longreach, assumes '% responsibility for all articles in this issue the authorship bf which is not otherwise indicated. ! Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic. ' The Pre...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rain in N.S.W. WIDESPREAD BENEFICIAL FALLS. VICTORIA ALSO BENEFITS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Rain in MS.W. -: o : WrDESPREAD. BENEFICIAL FALLS. VICTORIA ALSO BENEFITS. SYDNEY, Thursday. I; Further widespread rains have fallen over * New South Wales, and practically every town in the South Coast and south-West and . Central Western slopes on the Nor- thern and Central Tablelands and in tho Riverina has participated in the falls. Wide areas in Victoria also received fur- ther rains yesterday.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Winton Notes. (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Winton Notes. (From Our Own Correspondent). _. " . _ 4 . - ; u , - The Weather.-The weather conditions at present are much more favourable for rain than they have been for some consider- able time. A nice shower fell to-day and if it did not do much good as regards grow- ing grass, it settled the dust. There is every appearance of more coming, and we are still hoping to have a good fall before long, something that will do some good. Stock Matters.-The Meat Works on the North having made a start for the season, and there is now a keen demand for rat bullocks and also tinners, but fat bullocks are not too plentiful, for although there were some good bullocks to be had a couple of months ago, they are now beginning to go off, and those who are wanting to sell are very anxious to get their fats away as soon as possible.-Over 1000 bullocks from Tarbrax were dipped at the local dip. ¿) This makes about twelve thousand dipped." '«Í since February. The Tarbrax cattle are going south. We und...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Golden Casket. NO. 66 DRAWN. BIG PRIZES GO OUTSIDE THE STATE. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

NO. 00 DRAWN. BIG PRIZES GO OUTSIDE THE STATE. BRISBANE, Friday. The sixty-sixth Golden Casket was drawn yesterday, and the three big prizes were won as follows .--First prize, Broken Syn- dicate, care of Kelly, Stockton, New South Wales ; second prize, West Australian Syndicate ; third prize, a West Australian Syndicate.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Irish Envoys. O'KELLY MISSING. OFPANMAN'S CASE PROCEEDING. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

O'ÄELIiY MISSING. OFPÁNMAN'S CASE PROCEEDING. . SYDNEY, Friday. O Kelly, one of. the Irish envoys, cited to appear to-day before the Board con- stituted under the Federal Immigration Act, has not yet been located by the police. The case against Offanman comes on to- day.

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The Meat Trade. NEW ZEALAND PRODUCERS ACTTVE. DELEGATE GOES TO SOUTH AMERICA. WELLINGTON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

NEW ZExlLAND PRODUCERS ACTTVE. DELEGATE GOES TO SOUTH AMERICA. WELLINGTON. Thursdnv. ..Mr. John Fraser, general manager of the New Zealand Meat Producers Board lias been deputed to visit South America and other countries with a view to enquiring into tho conditions of the frozen meat trade and tho jiossibilities of markets.

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City Sensation. ALLEGED BLACKMAIL CASE. AN ARREST MADE. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

ALLEGED* BLACIöIAIL CASE. AN ARREST MADE. BRISBANE, Friday. City detectives made an arrest in sensa- tional circumstances last night. It is alleged that some time ago a man wrote to a woman who intended shortly to leave for a trip overseas, and also to a girl who lived, with the woman, threaten- ing to expose their pasts unless the sums of £200 and £20 respectively were paid to him. The police were informed and a tx'ap was laid in which the woman agreed to pay the mah the money and last night acting under instructions from the man, the girl went down Albert* Street and dropped a parcel, supposed to contain the money at a certain spot agreed upon. Tho man quickly appeared and picked up the parcel and then bolted towards the Gardens, but was arrested after a fight with the detec- tives, one of whonr'he bit on the hand. He was taken to the watchhouse, where a fully loaded revolver was found oh him. The accused appears in Court to-day.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

! Wool Sales. ! j Messrs Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., report > on the recent Brisbane "Wool Sales as fol I lows : I Our sixth sale of the current season took place on the 24th April, when we brought forward a catalogue of 3168 bales. As the season advances the clips on offer generally show greater evidence of the droughty con- ditions. Although almost superfine iniqual ity, they lack length and carry a large amount of dust, and in most instances some- what tender. A few good wools from the more favoured parts of the State' were bright spots in an otherwise mediocre sel- ection. From the North some attractive lines of bore scoureds showed their char- acteristic freedom from fault. Others car- ried a slight seed. The usual contingent of buyers was aug- mented by a considerable number of Vic- torian operators. From the outset bidding was brisk, with an excellent alrouttd demand, all sections appearing to have good orders. Japan and America in some instances secured the best greasy wool...

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Boxing. THE BRADLEY-GODFREY FIGHT. A WEEK'S POSTPONEMENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

THE BRADIJEY-GODFREY FIGHT. A WEEK'S POSTPONEMENT. SYDNEY, Thursday. The Bradley-Godfrey fight fixed for May 19th has been postponed for a week as Bradley's cut eye (which was the only dam- age Eagle did him) is not yet quite healed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. / . ~ ' Incorporated 1863.' 9 " LONDON MELBOUBNE .SYDNEY BBISBANB '.!?î»e Conrpanr makea advaaeea on Paatoralproperties, and on ensoinz Cito of wooL BRISBANE: " ' " Offices: 129-187 Creek Street, Brisbane, Wool Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba * Skin Stores; Charlotte Street, Brisbane. f\ :/ * ' BOABD 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. / STOCK & STATION AGENTSU j ^^^^^^^^^ ^ The Hands That Hold a Mgß are equipped with a smooth, quick, cool running plant giving consistent, uninterrupted service. The Lister Two-Stand Shearing and Crutching outfit is skilfully and honestly built in every detail. British made it maintains the unrivalled standard set by all Lister manufac- tures. And ita high efficiency is increased by its low working > cost. It will run for 25 hours on a tin of ke...

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In Ireland. PEACE DISCUSSION BREAKS DOWN. DE VALERA REFUSES TO SURRENDER ARMS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

In Ireland. --:<>:. PEACE DISCUSSION BREAKS DOWN. DE VALERA REFUSES TO SURRENDER ARMS. . ?-:----i LONDON, Wednesday. ' Cosgrove announced in the Dall the breakdown of the negotiations for a set- tlement between the Free State and the de "Valera Government. In response to the overtures from de Valera to discuss peace, he was offered peace -on conditions that all the -political Issues be decided by a major-; ity vote in the . Dall, and that all weapons should be'surrendered to the Government' officers. De Valera submitted that general elections be held not later than September, and would not agree to an actual surrender . of arms. ' The Government, gave de Valera until "Wednesday ito accept the Govern- ment's terni. ;

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

(fît your * f ' GommaiicL^: EDVARD CIOEC THE gems of the musical world are at your command on the New Beale Player-Piano. The dazzling brilliance of the most technically difficult com- positions are perfectly played on this wonderfully proficient instrument. Yet so delicate are the various controlling devices that it is just as easy to interpret a simple melody whose colour and feeling are its only attri- butes. Ask to hear a favourite selection. ! RF AT F&COMPANYTXn î UXUJC\.±JLJ (QUEENSLAND)JU/JL JL/. I 90-02 Queen St. [opp. Pike Bros.], Brisbane j cAUo at i Toowoomba, Maryborough, Rockhampton, Ton/nmiU J and Mackay ¡j j 7ZX O RT7?. CVC^=-~ That's Your Third Cup Already, Not that it will do you any harm, of course, KING TEA is so mild, pure, and free from tannin that six cups would have no ill effects, nor do I grudge you the comfort of it; but the girls will be in in a few minutes after their shopping trip and they hate to be kept waiting for their KING TEA. They say ther...

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Australia's Seabirds. FOREIGN DEPREDATIONS. FEDERAL ACTION URGED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

FOREIGN DEPREDATIONS. FEDERAL. ACTION URGED. - MELBOURNE, Thursday. Tho Federal Government Is being urged to take action to prevent depredations by, Japanese pearlers and others on the Nor- thern coast of Australia which threaten to wipe out seabirds. The Aliens appear to be reaping a rich harvest without let or hindrance at Australia's expense.

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