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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Thorpe & Robson, BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS ?ROCKHAMPTON and LONGREACH. No Job too big and none too small 3PLANS PREPARED. Estimates given free 'OUR MOTTO :-Promptness, Strict At- tention to Your Needs, Personal Super- vision, and "Reasonable Prices. ~yre Specialise in Cementing Tanks, Guar - antee Our Work, and will go anywhere WE ARE THE FIRM FOR YOU.; - ; Tcl7 i Important Notice. TO THE PEOPLE OF LONGREACH ÄND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. The Longreach Fruit and Vegetable Mart is how In full Swing. Large Supplies ot all the Fruits in season and Vegetables. Wholesale and Retail Country Orders promptly attended to by «Tetóle Éurgess, FBUITOLOGIST PHONE 248. Eagle-street. Western Queensland Building Co., Ltd. Barcaldine. BUILDING Contractors, Painters, Plumbers, Etc., aie prepared to give quotes for all classes of Buildings and Repairs, Erection of Windmills and Tanks, or lor Your Painting Job. .,*> .. J* ¡"í Agents for COMET WINDMILLS, ^ . :L^.^. [ ^.¿.J Competent Staffs in all ...

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

Arrilalah Amateur Races. --- : u ; - Saturday of Inst week witnessed successful race meeting at Arrilalah, the local race club held their annual lng. There was a good attendance, a racing was good. Three bookmakers »ted, and investors seem to be on th side, most of the favourites^ bringii .the events. The officials were as folio' President, Mr. H. D. Greenwood ; Presidents, Messrs. C. B. P. Bell ai McNally ; Secretary and Treasurer, E. Turner ; Judge, Mr. G. Summers ;l capper, Mr. F. B. O'Rourke ; Startei A. A. Moffat ; Clerk/of Scales, Mr. C. Clerk of Course, Mr. J. Dowling ; Stev Messrs. J. C* Sale, J. Howatson, an Inglis Sweet ; Committee, Messrs. ; Cameron, J. Howatson, J. Inglis, J. C. H. White, P. Doyle, A. M. Bowman. : Watts, A. McNally, J. McNally, ai Knight. The most successful owner was M H. Watts of Evesham who secured no than rive of the seven events, all the ners being by the Evesham horse, bow. Coniston annexed the Presid Gift and the Flying Handicap, while : rick, Lyc...

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

MOTORING NOTES. - . ° . - In Great Britain with its population of 40,000,000 there are 380,000 motor cyclists,, whilst in the United States with its popula- tion of 110,000,000 there are only 300,000 owners of motor cycles. One of the lead- ers of the English motor cycle trade was asked by an American manufacturer if he could account for the popularity of the mo- tor cycle in England, His, reply is inter- esting. "The motorcycle is popular in Eng- land because it is a motorcycle". People who ride motorcycles here want to ride motorcycles ; they are not riding them be- cause they cannot afford a car. Conse- quently, the fact that a light car may be bought for very little more than a motor- cycle, or even for less, as is the case with the Ford in America, has little effect on the demand for motorcycles here. People here make their choice between a motorcycle and a light car solely upon the appeal each, type of machine makes to them as indi- viduals, and not on a comparison of the pric...

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

Wedding Bells. ---. o : BEVAN-CHATWIN. Ä very pretty wedding was solemnised at the East Street Methodist Church, Mt. Morgan, by the Rev. T. Bibby (says Tues- day's Rockhampton "Evening News"). The contracting parties wore Miss Rose Chat win, the youngest daughter of Mr. G. Chatwin, of Longreach, and Mr. Tom Bevan, the only son of the late Mr. Thomas Bevan, of Mount Morgan. The Church was nicely decorated. The best man was Mr. Norman Hervey and the bridesmaid Miss Chatwin (the bride's twin sister). The bride wore a becoming gown of ivory satin charmante over a slip of soft satin, relieved with tri- angles of georgette and lace and finished with rose designs of coral and silver beads. The skirt portion was draped in georgette and studded with coral and silver beads j and finished at the waist with loop of ! beads and posies of silver and caught to I the side with a large cabachon of pearl j crystal. The bridesmaid's dress was a pretty ! lavender georgette over sofe satin. The I skirt ...

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

Rifle Shooting. -? : o : -- ï \J . I The Hughenden Rifle Club, which has a membership of some 80 members, as well as a very full programme, having only two shooting days to spare, and these being in June, has challenged the local club to a simultaneous contest. Longreach, with pleasure, has accepted. The members of the Longreach Rifle Club held their usual practice shoot at the range on Sunday afternoon last. The condi- tions throughout were very bad for shoot- ing as the wind was choppy and the light bad. Top score came from Fred Smith, who put up 91. His 33 at the long range was really good considering the conditions. Percy Rawlins was next with 87, being closely followed by Jim Rose and Bill Set- ter with 86 each, and George Thurecht 85. G. Thurecht was highest at the 300 yards range with 30 and W. Setter runner up with 29 ; Fred Smith topped at the 500 yards range with 32, and J. Rose next with 30 ; Fred Smith again topped at the 600 yards range with 33, being followed by E. Oli...

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

HEAD OFFICE ~~*mi?mr~~~ SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF . General Banking: Business In the Principal Citletand Towns of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and Savings Bank Agencies at 3189 Post Offices through out the Commonwealth of Australia,Territories of Papua and New Guinea, 8olomon 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.IWI.G. STEWART'S New Winter Goods. 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 VI YELLA, 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 showing a nice range,...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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News Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

News Epitome. -: o : The ferry steamer Kuramia collided wit a buttress of Gladesville bridge. Parrr matta River, on Saturday, and three pei sons aboard were seriously injured. On« Thea Albers, a girl, aged 14, had to hav her right leg amputated. Owing to boisterous weather the inter state rowing contests, which were to hav been held on the Swan River, Perth, o Saturday, were postponed till to-day. Mr. Patrick Duffy, of Glencoe, formerl secretary of the Boolburra Racing Clul was found injured near Boolburra on Sat . urday, while the horse he had been ridin was careering round a paddock. He die' in the Rockhampton Hospital on Satur day night. Mirthmaker won the "Winter Stakes a the Tattersalls meeting, Randwick, oi Saturday, Wirrimah coming second, am Molyneaux third. Following three years of domestic un happiness, Mrs. Gertrude Applebee, of Bow den, Adelaide, is alleged to have been sho by her husband, Edward Frank Applebee a brickyard employee, aged 23. Applebe« gave himself into th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alterations. FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE. COUNCIL TAKES ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Alterations. FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE. * COUNCIL TAKES ACTION. At the Longreach Summons Court on - Tuesday last before Mr. R. Curtis, PM the Longreach Shire Council proceeded against J. A. Catip, for having caused to be altered the outward portion of the Long ««aC * J?*1 Vithout "aving first given no- tice to the shire clerk. "t,Mr* 3: Ptterson appeared for the Coun- cil, whilst Mr. % Catip appeared in person In pleading guilty Mr. Catip stated that ne had. had no intention of defying- the Council. He had come to Longreach a stranger ,and was now one of the biggest ratepayers. He did not know that it waa necessary to obtain permission to alter part of the frontage of a building, and'beforo he had started the alterations he had care- fully studied the.Council's by-laws, but could not And any reference to the- matter. Since that time tile by-law had been point- ed out to him under the heading of «'Main ?Roads'. As soon as the information was given him that he was eommitting a breach, of...

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

JACKSON WELL KNOWN FURRIER and TANNER MANUFACTURER OP FURS and^RUGS ALSO WHIP LEATHER. Customers Skins Marked and Kept Sep- arate. DEAL DIRECT WITH ,'*Jb, JACKSON . |||^ Himself. V^*"^8^^L. Country Customers '^'??^SSll^Mi^. receive Special ADDRESS PLAINLY JACKSON'S FUR SHOP 338, George Street, BRISBANE. . -Nearly, half a Century in Queensland. .» C7 i L. C. Wooldridge & Co., Limited. Stock and Station Agents, IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDING, LONGREACH. Special Agents for Queensland Primary Producers Co-operative Agency Ltd., Wool and Produce Brokers. Agencies Queensland Trustees Limited. Northern Assurance Company. LET US SOLVE YOUR LIGHT and POWER PROBLEMS. We are Electrical Engineers, and make a feature of erecting Electric Light and Power Plants In country centres. The problem of creating light- ing and power systems in out-of-the-way places is one we have successfully solved for many Queenslanders. By utilising our service >country residents may have electric light installed ...

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THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

THE COUNTRY. What of the Country ? That is the question which is worrying the city political quid nuncs. As has already been pointed out the best that Labour is likely to achieve amongst the 20 metropolitan seats is to » win half of them and there is quite a pos- sibility of its faring much worse. Under th,ose circumstances Mr. Theodore's des parate efforts to win the support of the country voter is quite understandable. Mr Country-man on this occasion, if never be- fore, holds the winning hand. How will he play it? Whoever can solve that ques- tion can pick the new Government. Party feeling in the city is much divided in its forecast of country results. Mr. Green, the United Party Deputy Leader, is ad- mittedly very shaky in Townsville, but on the other hand the Nationalists anticipate winning two seats in the North even if Townsville is lost. Not much change is anticipated in the Centre. A great deal therefore depends on the view point of the Southern Country electorats. Mr. Theo-...

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

WRIGHT'S Pastoral : Agency, CHARLEVILLE. LiVË SÏÔCK SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, Etc. WE. keep no runners and buttoners, and give the Vendors the benefit of all deals. We hold the record of having made tho biggest prices for horses in the south-West by private sale, having sold 400 head to Kidman, Cattle King, and 200 on account of G. Brown, Esq., Townsville. Wire our office describing your Horses, Cattle, and ? Sneep. Our buyers will immediately inspect. Per ratio 21 per cent, private sales 5 per cent auctioned. Splendid secure paddocks at low rates. Agents for- w_ j " "KIDMAN, "Cattle King."- j Jtf . J. P. MARTIN, Bourke. j - MONTHLY HORSE SALES. VULCANISING WORKS. PUBLIC NOTICE, NORMAN GUMMING desires to announce that he bas 'taken over the Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton Hotel. First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- érate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence 318. CAB, FOR HIRE. W. W. SAINSBURY is now prepared to undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 feet. Lowest estimates gi...

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My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

My Lady's Toilet i " n t --- In the elegant; days of the 18th Century, xny lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. Thjs ' was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in , vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complexions and graceful figures, and the following simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned, some modern, may not come amiss ' . to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAL FEMININE. Most women 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 old skin was peeled off with . carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath exposed. Crude as .the method was, the theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new skin just below the' soiled outer one, that is' now visible. The modern application of thia principle is to use Mercqlised Wax. This ls applied just "like ordinary cold cream, ?but on acc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ratoon Cotton. PROTEST AGAINST THE BAN. RESTRICTIONS TO BE MAINTAINED. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Ratoon Cotton. PROTEST AGAINST THE BAN. RESTRICTIONS TO BE MAINTAINED. BRISBANE, Thursday. A request that no, anti-ratoön cotton legislation shouldb "he introduced by the ... Queensland ; Government s until/ 'the whole question- had been further reviewed was made yesterday to. the Premier on behalf of certain.Central Queensland producing in- terests. Mr. Theodore, in replying, made .Itvclear,.that until it was proved that such cotton could bét profitably grown in/Aus- tralia the present ''restrictions " would be maintained, and "\that consequently old . shrubs must'be destroyed. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

*nurm, «uv I tl, k \jannil i Here 1« a picture of Hie Great«. New factory al Sydney. In wnlefe WRIGLEY'S la made to supply tlie demand in Australia and New Zealand. Five floors ol steel,concrete and glas«;a sanitary,up-to-date factory in which the entire process ol manufacture Is accomplished by machinery. to a CHEWING CONFECTION-made to chew only, not to swallow. Hence lt will not barm lue stomach. Yoong and old should use lt freely for Its lasting pleasure and Its benefits. WRIGLEY'S helps to keep teeth clean, throat soothed, thirst allayed. It aids appetite and digestion, actina .» ? tonic flo Jaded nerves and sluggish organs. WRIGLEY'S 3d per packet of Six Big Bars bas won Its favour on its flavour It ls made ol refined, chicle, the product of the sap of the tropical Sapo ta tree, combined with pure cane sugar grown tn Queensland, refined Australian maize syrup and the wonderful flavours that last and LAST and LAST!! Look for THE WRIGLEY PACKETS: aaftr for them, at Chem- ists, S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

, fr -// A \ I Spread of I j Good Paint ^ - is an insurance j against decay and lpss J of value. Take out j a protective policy j now-use j ^SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 1 -it defies the effect I of sun, rain and damp I It beautifies, preserves, j i enhances value and j \ improves appearance. j Vspecify S.W.P. al- | (.ocal A?.c***n . I EDWARDS, MARTIN, LTD. Ï TELEPHONE No. 57. ROSSBERG'S CORD IJ5L FACTORY AND Ice and Cold Storage Works GALAH STREET,, LONGREACH. ' Most tJp-to-date Plant outside Rockbampton DELIVERY ONLY TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS. . DRY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO SPECIALITIES. Westbourne Works NEAR BARCALDINE, tötoOLSCOtJRlNG and SHËEPSItEARING TERMS on application. Woolpacks supplied at Cost Price. For addional particulars apply to The Western Queensland Meat Co. Proprietary Ltd, D. M. FERGUSON, Manager. The Longreach Hotel Under New Management This Hotel has been thoroughly renovated JJ and is now the most up-to-date Hostelry 'in" Central Queensland for tho Working i Man. Needless to sa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

THE FORXHCOMING A.L.P. CONFERENCE In Sydney i Am.^.^JTTTl quaLnt,y-shaPed cra,t 18 a demon for speed, lt ii an "---.???iiNiiig»re;its¡aatg^^ wf¿ v«£COn~~B,ob McAüster î8 a valuable mimbtr of the KM f2^pS¿ce.SPce" ,1E «M"'"/ equalled the world's re jj^ SJ, gj^ 60- ards «rlnt, Burglars bavç no Chsnce once he ' "XSh.'ÍWK M^IRR, who is sure to make yet ' another bid for the leadership of the N.8.W. tabor . srty« ---- - --WWIIIIII AN ?CrMÍ^Mri«h-SLON-~,?ríhIstorlc dinosaurs are now Imitated, for ' v ñlfyfna Pth«P nl4'"¿y -rü tably adornlng a baby alligator, and then mag- » nirying the picture. This snap was taken in the New York Zoo. _ - vt . ^ i r IN GRANDFATHER'S DAY-this is how pages were dressed * Similarly _... iiSLÎSSS^^. *!* triage of the Dpk, of Yok "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

fr áf THE BEST*(iÍ^| |f| Ja There's noth-^fiSg pf g mg "just as g I j BERGER'S 1 ! I I i PAINT i K \\ (prepared). g| jp,- j It is guaran p : j teed to . give ifc: j ? satisfaction. .. 8 I MEACHAM j j WiSt LEYIJAIVD. m ********************* * - . ~ '* * "There is a tide in the affairs of # £ men which, taken at ¿he flood, * ?«> leads on to fortune" * I £5,000» I .JJ. is provided by. the - IColdeni ¡Casket! ^. woy ¿¿ ./br yo«. WÄo knows ? Äff .* ^¿7K JW* TICKETS NOW ! * .g. Donot fail to participate in * Drawings which take place about jj" J ¿zwy fortnight * Í 813 Prises Î ï £5,OOOto£5 } J (Subiea to 121% Federal Tax) 4. 100,000 tickets at 5/3 each, add Ad postage ? 4t when writing direct to include Result Slip . -ft J Ticke« are 6/1'through agent», 'J "ifr '' There are no promoters' profits. J J Proceeds In aid oí Queensland Hospitals J ?M> Conducted and Drawn under authority and ^ supervision of Queensland Government jj. 4L There is no embargo on the 'delivery of mail to ifr ....

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Captain Rhodes' Speech. REPLY TO MR. LARCOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

v.. Captain Rhodes'^^ ff'^J- Speech.^ < - -jp**" "io: " REPLY TO MR, LARCOMBE. Speaking amid the rural surroundings of Bushley the other night Mr. Larcombe, Minister for Railways, quoted portion of a speech made by me when asked to' ac- cept nomination for the Rockhampton seat in September last. The value he places on my opinion is refreshing, and, if he would accord to me the same consistency as he claims for himself, he should have also quoted :- - J; -a-*&**zv£& "There arc two reasons fol' this, brie1 being that I consider that Queensland politics-in view of their having about «V Plumbed the depths of political sharp practice und dubious jugglery-have reached thé stage when lt is no honour to be requested to participate in or be associated with them." Mr. Larcombe was in Queensland politics when that opinion was given, and that he now credits ' me with .speaking the truth indicates that he knew about it at the time. The differe%'ce is that he has long b...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Political. $ Mr. Thoa. Lonsdale, the Independent La- bour candidate for "Warrego, returned to Charleville from the far western portion of the State where he and his wifo have put up a ^strenuous battle against tho Minister for Lands, Mr H. Coyne. Interviewed after leaving the train, Mr. Lonsdale said "I have had a great réception everywhere. Iron handed toilers, together with other wealth producers, have extended me the hand of fellowship. I have for the first time sepn the real West. Place a ring fence between the dingo country, exterminate the pest, and 5,000,000 more sheep could be pas- tured on those arcas and railway deficits would be considerably reduced." Mr. Lons- dale also said "I have noticed that Mr. Coyne has a peculiar penchant for pick- ing out certain people to hake war on com- munities. At Quilpie, his nominee as Gov- ernment representative of the local hospital committee has been particularly vigorous in causing discontent. At Charleville, Mr. Coyne's subservient at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 11 May 1923

Edwards, Martin, Ltd., Are Distributors of Rex Stoves Are unequalled for economy in fuel. Are perfect Roasters and Bakers. , Are guaranteed perfect. ooooo -ooooo -OOQOO Edwards, Martin, Ltd., BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, : LONGREACH. Shearing Supplies, Woolgrowers can always obtain from us at current market rates their Shearing Requirements in the nature of Standard Woolpacks, Seaming Twine, Stencil Plates and other Requisites. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED ROCKHAMPTON. We are Agents for and can supply at Best Prices Paling & Co.'s Pianos, Piano Players, Phonographs and Gramaphones. Cash or Terms. We stock all Accessories-Needles, etc., Violin Strings, &c. Corona Portable Typewriters, Kodaks of all Descriptions. We carry large Stocks and supply Films, Papers, Chemicals. &e BARKER'S The Leading Booksellers, Stationers, . and Newsagents, LONGREACH. Geo. B. Shakespeare, SURGEON DISTIST. HAS commenced practice in Longreach, and may be consulted at his office in ...

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