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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

j ELGAR ! j THE TENNIS RACQUCTRCPAIRER ! I 57-59 SYDNEY ARCADE. 1 ' I CORNER GEORGE â ^^^^ } ! I KINGS*SYDNEY.^^^^^m. \\ I SUPERIOR ENGLISH AÍ^^^^^^^r j I * » LAMB GUT T^^^^^^^r I j ENGLISH BEST Sgljg^r { ! ! I N" <?^TYy^wEPAIRS N ll, I Mn«~n7TT .¿^¡^IN&IESTRINGS.OOWNOR CROSS | I N?2 i7'^Sr 9P PER STRING ,. I \/^ärRACqUETS SENT PARCEUS POST, j COST 9? CASH WITH ORDERS- ¡I j I AM PROMPT WITH COUNTRY ORDERS jj MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIATJ HOTEL BUILDINGS. LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events Local and Southern. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For All L.VTE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. PUBLIC NOTICE. DROVERS with travelling stock passing through WELLSHOT must give Proper Written Notice at the Head Station or Ern istina Outstation. Notice by Telephone not accepted. H. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COUNCIL MEETING. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

COUNCIL MEETING. MONTHLY MEETING. The May meeting of the Longreach Shire Council was held "in the Council Chambers on Monday la-st, when there were present : Cr*. T. F. Barker (chairman), W. G. Avery, F. J. Whitty, A. A. Moffat, J. C. Sale, H. D. Greenwood, R. JD. Shillington, J. M. Dur- kin, and the clerk (Mr. H. M. Gallwey). An apology was received for non-attendance from Cr. Glasson. Cr. Greenwood reported that No. 2. Coun- cillors had made arrangements with Mr. Armstrong of the Tocal Hotel to take charge of the Tocal and Tarcombe reserves, as as- sistant ranger at a sum of £50. Cr. Green- wood offered to make a rrangements for giving notice. The action re arrangement was endorsed. It was pointed out that no- tice would have to be given to Arrilalah Ranger. Correspondence. Amongst the correspondence dealth with were the following matters : From Cannan ¿í Peterson forwarding £218 arrears of rates collected.-Received. From Cannan & Peterson, notifying re- sult of action aga...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

MOTORING NOTES. A term that has come to be used with increasing frequency with regard to the description of small cars is that of "power weight ratio". In itself it implies but little to the non-technical mind, but as the re- lationship between engine output and the running weight of the complete car has a most important bearing on the perform- ance of any automobile, and particularly of the light car, it is more than interesting IXor an explanation of this matter and all that appertains thereto to be given here- with.               One of the reasons why the modern light car of to-day. can more than hold its j. own with larger types of cars is that its' power-to-weight ratio is better. In order to   simplify the subject as much as possible,   .Sj' let us presume that we have a car equipped j|i'With an engine which gives off at' all times ip a constant amount of power...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

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 Engineei-s, 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 in their own homes equal in brilliancy to city current, and at a far lower cost per unit. Electric light and power plants can be purchased and erected at a moderate cost. We strongly recommend investigation. If you are in any way interested in the subject, write for our free advice. TELEPHONES REPAIRED. A. R M1WC0L LONGREACH. :: In Clothing :: M We Can Su...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

JOOOO -ooOoo 00O00 -ooOoo g BB1B1I1IIHIIIBBBP ..3 ES i ?c^ <?- ta J ' FOR THE WOMAN OF S ¿. THE HOWIE KI a ta c The special wom:r.'s pages ^ give her the Fashion secrets. ® ¡jj The- social notes keep her in ffl touch v/íth the social whirl. m o "Household Hints" give her m many valuable cooking te- ? :* cipes and many other things - she wants to know. H Li The Serial Story, published B ¿3 ctaily. gives her pleasant D u reading for her spare mo- B sl ments. " ia ? . ra "THE DAILY MAIL" IS ° 3 PUBLISHED EVERY * rK WEEK DAY AND " a SUNDAY B ta ,v -.-?- ? a j SUBSCRIPTION RATES. B I Postage paid within tho _ g «? J Commonwealth: o O a ! Daily Paper: g Q ? n 1 Quarterly. 14/ _ o ' ' H Half-Yearly. 28/ ? <1 gg j Yoarly.56/ ? Saturday only (per An.) .... 14/ _ * j Sunday Mail (per An.) .. . .? 15/ ? <» »-~" ' ? n I? 5 The Daily Mail l l 28 292-294 QUEEN-STREET, ¡J u a * BRISBANE. ? «, O a Series 3, * Bl O o SBBBBB9BHBBH9BBBIo OOQOO OOQO^ oouoo-ooOot NOTICE:...

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 — 18 May 1923

» My Lady's Toilet -: o : -- r -. u - - I In the elegant days of the 18th Century, my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. Thia 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 - ! îoned. some modern, may not come amiss j to my lady of the 20th Century. ¡ THE ETERNAL FEMININE. ! Most women will suffer anything in order j to improve their looks. In order to keep j her complexion in Its pristine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself J to a most painful "skimming" process, j whereby the old skin was peeled off with I carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath J exposed. Crude as the method was, tho j theory was excellent. j Everyone of us has a clean new skin just I below the soiled outer one, that is now j visible. The modern application of this j principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This j is applied just like ord...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

VULCANISING WORKS. NOKMAS CUMMING desires to announce that he has taken over the Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton HoteL. First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence 318. CAR FOR HIRE. PUBLIC NOTICE. W. W. SAINSBURY is now prepared to undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 feet. Lowest estimates given on applica- tion. AD RESS.-P. O. LONGREACH. t ' Longreach Leader' Up-to-date JOB PRINTING WORKS. NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.. ROCKHAMPTON 8i LONGREACH. And at LONDON, MELBO UBNJi, SYDNEY, BRISBANK, TOWNS VILLE, HUGHENDEN, ALBURY, DUBBO, - a»i<l throughout NEW ZEALAND. j WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, LUVE STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, FINANCIAL, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING & INSURANCE AGENTS, & MERCHANTS HAVE special facilities for realising in any Market,to advantage all WOOL, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, FURRED SKINS, and TALLOW entrusted to their care. Expert Valuers, Moderate Charges. P...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. Mr, Payne's Easy Win. Labour's Increased Majority. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

THE ELECTIONS. Mr, Paynè's Easy Win. Ï- Labour's Increased Majority. Electors of the Mitchell took matters very calmly during the whole of the past . election campaign, and the apparent In ? difference seemed to be continued during the polling, and it was not until the posting of figures was entered Into that any ' en- thusiasm appeared. At the local ' polling .????..booth maters proceeded quietly thrbughr put Saturday, and so complete werie the,ar- . rangements made by the i*eturning officer (Major A. E. Aitkin) that not the slightest hitch occurred during the day. It also re- flects credit upon the officials that "the count of the Longreach vote was completed within half an hour of the closing of the booth. The officials at the local booth were as follows :-Longreach, Major A. E. Aitlcln, Returning Ofllcer for Mitchell ; Mr. M. J?. Grealy, assistant returning officer; A to G, J. C. Lomas, presiding officer W. P. Ferris, poll clerk. H to N, E. G. -Davies, presiding officer, Miss B....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Water. Mr. Ogilvie's Report. SUBMITTED TO SUB-COMMITTEE. COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

Water. Mr. Ogilvie's Report. SUBMITTED TO SUB-COMMITTEE. COUNCIL, SPECIAL MEETING TO BE ' HELD. An additional report from Mr. Ogilvie District Engineer ol' the Hydraulic Depart ment was read, together with the repor previously published in our columns. Th< additional report read as follows : "Having finally rejected the river schein« and the high-level tower, it is probable thai you will now require a new bore. "If there were not so much risk attachée to the undertaking, I would like to hav( seen a booster and air lift installed at thc old bore to work during hours of heavj demand. I wo'uld also have preferred tc have investigated the condition of the ex- isting bore with a sounding line, as it. if quite possible, that the recent trouble was due to a sudden demand on the supply, With a total supply of about 150,000 gal- lons per day, and a leakage from the mains of about 20.000, it is possible that a sudden demand during hot and dry weather would reduce the working pressu...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Aramac Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

I Aramac Notes. i Elections.-Saturday passed off very f ! Quietly, voters recording their votes and in most cases resuming their duties as usual. The hotels, financial houses, and ÍGovernment offices being closed was the -cause of people from outside only remain-, Î. !ong enough to vote and not as in old ys remaining in town until night to hear suits. Weather.-After a few very promising ys the clouds have passed away and we e again facing the prospects of a drought, fistment country is being readily snapped up. Meetings.-Apart from election meetings the past week appears to have been a week for meetings of all local bodies. The monthly Shire Council meeting was held ony Friday, the Aramac Jockey Club met to'Vfurther discuss matters brought up at 4 the annual meeting the previous month, on same day. The Dingo Board met on Thursday. On Monday, the monthly meet- ing of the Hospital Committee was held. Little apart from routine business was at- tended to. Notice was received that the ne...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

ICE ! ICE! W. TANKS, BUTCHER,-LONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFY that lie ls now prepared io supply and deliver First-ciass /co 'in any Quantity nt Current Rates. A TRIAL SOLICITED. CAFE RITE. FOR - THE - BEST. MALTED MILK DRINKS Mixed with the Electric Mixer. SQUASHES ICE CREAMS SUNDAES PEACH MELBAS. " - Fresh Fruit Daily. - CAFE ELITE and "AMERICAN BAR. ; ALICE SMIÏH, : \ Comfort- j j !liilURDOCH'S in Sydney possess | 1 *" a Tailoring Skill that is 1 ' J appreciated by the Queenslander-re- p ! !! I vealed in the thoughtfully planned de- j J ! ! p; sign, the specially woven fabrics and minute | j '! j? details of finish-all arising from patient | | I j fl study and ripe experience of Queensland conditions fi I : K «nd requirement«. il 3 Murdoch Money-Saving Specials \ English and Colonial Worsted Single Textures and Light-weight Tweed Suitings, in all the newest shades and designs. (Honestly worth £5/5/-) £41219-T° Your / / Measures (Coat and Trousers only, £3/14/ .) The better and higher g...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

WHAT THE LONGREACH PUBLIC HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. eman's Push for Pre-Fire THE OPPORTUNITY AT LAST. Whole of Our DRAPERY and BOOT In present temporary building is being offered at values regardless of cost. WE HAVE THE GOODS AND REMEMBER ALL NEW. At no distant date we enter our grand new premises which will bear the hail-mark of con« struction, and in appreciation of patronage extended to us by Longreach residents whereby, not- withstanding our disadvantage, we have operated so successfully since the fire. We Begin on Monday Next to Distribute by SPECIAL SALE PRICES for CASH the Pick of AH Lines as per Details of Dodger. Watch Us Rise, and take full advantage of the coming fortnight. B OLD E M A N' 9 S. STOCK, STATION, COMMISSION, and FORWARDING AGENTS. HORSE SATZES A SPECIALTY. Splendid Agistment Paddocks close to Town LONGREACH. AGENTS FOR Thc Kc\v_ Zi'aJniuI Fire» «a"'J Marine Tn« sîiranoo Co.n'pan.v. "Q. Pastoiv.'^JEinploy» eis' Association, «Sic, fit', . 4a«*¿¿ ~>^M&l...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BARCALDINE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

BARCALDINE NOTES. - ?- - . n . . , - ----- . VI . - Council Meeting*.-The" usual monthly meeting of the Council, was held in the Shire Chambers on the 9th inst. There were prsent :-Crs. R. A. Parnell (chairman), W. McBride, T. Hannay, J. A. Schneider. W. Price and A. A. Dyer. The secretary Fire Brigade reported on the con-' < dition of the dre plugs, and the matter was ordered to be submitted to Engineer. The repairing of the piano was held over for further estimates. Re broken pipes from . Rockhampton.-It was resolved to allow the matter to stand as at present. The council decided that it is not prepared te extend time for payment of electric charges; which accounts are rendered quarterly and w immediate payment demanded. Miss Vance £ applied for use of the Hall for rehearsing granted on the motion of Crs. Dyer and Schneider conditionally on satisfactory ar- rangements being made with the caretaker, who must open and close the hall. Cr. McBride proposed that the Chairman...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE CAUSE OF THE DEBACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

TP1É CAUSE OF THE DEBACLE, One hears a lot of talk as to the cause of the Anti-Socialist debacle on. Saturday ; but whatever the cause, the result simply staggered the city for at least 24 hours. The community however is now on its way to a rapid recovery and in a week or two the return of the Socialists to power for another 3 years will be accepted philoso- phically if somewhat ungracefully. . Tho reason for the smashing Labour victory might, with a great deal-of truth, be sum- marised in one word "Theodore". Labour went <o battle under a great leader-a clever 1 tactician witlr a" commanding " personality"' and -a solid, enthusiastic, well-equipped and ,.. mobile-army Lehind him. The Anti '. Socialists on the other hand were faced ' '.With a; ¿Uuil léadership and iy dis-united ' 'parly. ! - They were compelled-f'by the ex- igencies of the , position, to ask the elec- tors ¡tb support a- Party which was divided a'gámst' itself 'and' had rival candidates in the held." They...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

Rifle Shooting. The excellent score of 95, put up by Herb. Avery, was easily top score on Sunday last at the local range. G. Thureeht being* next with 89. Eleven members in all turned up to practice despite counter attractions, and the shooting throughout was fair. A chop- py wind annoyed the shooters at times, but the light was good. E. Bowden, who is a. recent arrival here, put up SS, and when the fact is taken into consideration that it was his first shoot on a strange range and also with a strange rifle he did particularly well. On leaving the 500 yards range the scores of the" first six stood : George Thureeht 63, Herb Avery G3, E. Bowden Cl. Dick Thureeht 5 9, Bill Setter 58, and Ellis Oliver 57. At the 300 yards range Herb Avery topped with 32, George Thureeht being next with 31-. The shooting at the 500 yards range was good, E. Bowden just miss- ing the possible (35) by one point. George Thureeht and Ellis Oliver running next with 32 each. Herb Avery again topped at the GOO ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hospital League. MARYBOROUGH HOSPITAL GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

j Hospital League. i --w j MARYBOROUGH HOSPITAL GUILD; j The local Hospital Committee have been i endeavouring to secure the interest of the ! ladies of the district in the formation of a j Hospital League, and towards this end a j meeting of ladies will be shortly called. ? What has been done by such a league in I Maryborough is set out in the following j letter received by Mr. F. J. McKeon, and it - is contended that what the ladies of Mary ; boruogh can do, the ladies of Longreach can also do. The letter read as follows : Dear Sir.-Your letter asking for in- formation re the formation of a Women's Guild for your is supplied in this letter. I always take a pleasure in supplying this sort of information as I know it will pro- duce much good, and once the ladies take a real interest in the work, they like lt, and very seldom quarrel; our Guild is un- der the one president, Mrs. R. S. Murray, for 15 years, and I have been hon. sec. for 8h years and the majority of the members have be...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

ir ' ? f ' Ë: 1 ! ly-i¡ -very tm g g j «B-P" I ! IPI is 'í i ! ?tljká! guaranteed ¡jip | _ .._ g I j I' B MEAOHA3I I ^ LEYLAND. PÉI I . ?\*-K>*~3il ¿-.J * "There is a tide in the affairs of .* -g. *«^« which, taken at the flood, * .fr o» /o fortune" * I £5,000 « ^ is provided by the .# Golden; !Casket! .g. // »«<y/ ¿<? you. Who knows ? -fr * -ff¿7F yüí/^? TICKETS NO IV! * .g. Z?o «oí /aîV io participate in £ Drawings which take place about * ?ir every fortnight * Í 813 Prizes $ $ £5,OpOto£5 $ * (Sub¡e¿t to f2in/o Federal Tax) ^ ?M" 100.000 tickets al 5/3 each, add 4d postage "i£ when writing direct to include Result Slip. -fr ^ Tickets are 6/1 through agents. "5" * '-:-?- * "K" There are no promoters' profits. * J Proceeds in aid of Queensland Hospitals * -M- Conducted and Drawn under authority and -fr supervision of Queensland Government jfc it- There is no embarRO on the delivery of mail to -fr M. the'Golden Casket Office J* Ï * * MAHONEY & PATTISO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

The Wines Which Made Australia Famous. PENFOLDS LARGE: ASSORT3IENTS TO CHOOSE FROM. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Minchinbury Sparkling Wines. EQUAL TO IMPORTED AND LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE. THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN & co. SOLE AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. A Home Away from Home. "~*~ .:.""ívV.^^^'ibk'^^yt^.? Equal to any First-Class City Hotel. COMMERCIAL /tjL ^ ? HOTEL, . ^''>' (Under Vice-Regal Patronage.) i^^^^^^^^^^^y^^^-' ^ j JUDGE : Proprietor ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ First-Class Accommodation.' ' "^ ^ ^ ' " '^^^^^^ "? -^^^^^^fe^^^^ Secure Garage, CT,A. House. ' *--: Service (with a capital §) AT OUR NAME AND FAME Extend to Other Parts. "We hare never received better service anywhere than that received at the Central Cafe, and American Bar, Longreach/' said a one-time Longreach resident to a Brisbane friend just recently. SO YOU SEE Our Service Compares With The Best. We have just landed a Choice Assortment of the World's Best CHOCOLATES. WeU Cadbury's, Lowney's, Nestles', Fry's, and th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

! REBUILT ITypewriters Various makes £ I 0 to £29. This month's prici Hat pout free , Australian typewriter Suppli J. A. GAT1P has JUST OPENED his ECONOMIC DRAPERY and.BOOT STORE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 50PHI.1*. e-L-A-: 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. KEEP SMILING! Here's the bigges! tfareepenny-worth in ilia wide world to-day: 6 bars of WRIGLEY'S, tbe world's finest-fila voared and longest - Easting Sweetmeat in a sealed packet for 3d. BESIDES its ECONOMY, WRIGLEY'S bas many other good points in its favour. It 1. Sweetens the Breath. 2. Whitens and Strengthens the Teeth. 3. Prevents Mouth-Dryness and Thirst. 4. Aids Digestion. 5. Keeps You Feeling Merry and Bright. 6. Wards oil Fatigue aa di DuSSness. JUST sample a 3d packet. There are three dit 1er eut flavour': - se*ï names on illustrated packets....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 18 May 1923

Select Your Requirements FROM BOLDEMAN'S j Now preparing for the Opening of Our I New Premises In our Temporary Buildings we are carrying Complete Stocks of I LADIES DRAPERY, I > BOOTS and SHOES (Famous Marshall j and Palette), j MEN'S MERCERY, GROCERIES and PRODUCE. ;-: o : SPECIAL VALUES NOW OFFERING IN DRAPERY and BOOT SECTIONS. DRY-CLEANING AND DYEING. Thc Modern Way- to Preserve and Renew the Life of Clothes, and all Garments. Gives Appearance, Value, and two or three times Longer Wear at thc Cost of a Few Shillings. The "ALEXANDER" PLANT ? L THE MOST UP-TO-DATE OF ITS KIND IN AUSTRALASIA. , Th» Exclusive Alexander Processes will suv.- yuu m.'nv tiouti'ls :i year on ymir Clothes- nm. ¡inti ut the ?:IIIIP time «nable you l > lniiK ¡is JMiinrtty Uii.-ssctl ns thni.ii;h yuu hail just bi iicht .Ww * ¡ii rineniy. This is ;m Investment in Rona ;i pi't'ii rn nco that everybody should nsn. Tho Quality of th" Work is faultless. ¡mil yon cnn ronni on 'getthr-T it hack from Alexande...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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