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Sphalinger Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Sphalinser Tragedy. Drjk MacEddie, writing to the "Lancet" f says T "I have been to a Swiss sanatorium to investigate Dr. Spahlihger's treatment of tuberculosis, on behalf of the Victorian Government. I then spent some days at Dr. Spahlinger's wonderful laboratory and experiment farm at Geneva, constantly ex- amining patients. I feel sure that any fur- ther evidence will only confirm me in re- porting to my Government that Dr. Spahl T. inger's vaccine serum treatment stands by itself. The medical profession should lose no time in taking a definite stand in \this matter,, but. the production of remedies is almost at 'a standstill. D. Spahlinger and his family 'are almost penniless, as he has spent all he had in his self-imposed search for anti-tuberculósis vaccines. Dr. Spahl ing loathes publicity, and lives¡ in an at ^ mosphere of patient, cheery altruism. He has had repeated offers from firms to com- mercialise hisv works, offers which would long ago have resulted in retrieving his...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
759 Towels a Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

759 Towels a Month. An average of 759 towels a month was until recently being stolen from the Syd- ney mail train this side of the border. VFor many years," said the Commissioner tor Railways recently, "we have supplied individual towels for use on long distance trains, UUt so popular were they with the public that they disappeared in large num- bers, and we had to devise a moré econom- ical arrangement. Roller towels werè con- sequently introduced, but these were not hygienic, and individual towels are again being supplied, each anchored to a fixed rad. Since the latter idea was resorted to, "the loss on the Sydney mail of 759 towels a month has been reduced to 56."

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INDUSTRIAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

... INDUSTRIAL. COURT. " In the~ industrial Magistrate's- Court, - George Bryant applied for permission to. work for a lower wage than the Award v rate. He' pfoduced a telegram from the; . Secretary of the A.W.U. offering no objec-. .;; tion. The Industrial Magistrate's made an order allowing applicant to work for 30/ per week and keep. > -:

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FAULTY STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

::PXÙl/rX STOCK.'' s^; The ^Chiefs-Inspector of Stock (Mr.-Á. H¿h ^;^it^i}ha-3 ,hbtHfipa' agents as follows ; / TI^haye to inform you that it is in- . creasingly .'evident that, drastc action'.'[; . jûiusfbe taken to regulate the introduce .tion into th© Brisbane saleyards of faulty cattle. Large numbers of cattle,-which . cannot be classed as "fats", and with '." . -lesions,, arrive at the saleyards wëekly. ' Arrangements have in consequence been made that inspection of all faulty . .-.stock must be made by the permanent ?.??j Stock Officer in charge of the :area from . ~-r which-these stock are removed, and in respect of which an application is made for a permit to the Brisbane. saleyards, and no pérmit will in future be issued for the movement of any animal other than those wth minor lesions andTln fat condition. This 'will necessitate the issue of these permits by Stocl*.Inspec- tors only as it is not considered desirable to place the onus of inspection, and the issue of ' this ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL AND CLOTHING PRICES. RAW MATERIAL COST SMALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

" -:---.-? ? WOOL. AND CLOTHING PRICES, i \. -;-- : o :-. -/<H / ?. -, -' r. - . ,? - - RAW MATERIAL COST~ SMALL. : .; .''Win.^h'conibe ' Cai'son Ltd, Sydney/ re jj^yb .limit, Avithont doffbt, exists re - gard î ii g the .-level to which wool prices >. can gó'wKKoufc'TetÄrding consomption pf ' .thei Väw1 rtrtterÏRÏ. Experience has. proved that extreme figures curtail, tr ade, \ v ,'"r Dèsj^te .^ho faot th1¿t,..pwing to 'the duty, . :. . ivool values in th©..Uriited State's ;are'mnch ;r- tvaßpve'' rates in any 6th ev-con ri i ry, ; ciyTent / .,'prices.aie not cbecking^jitihess,- Ápprir ... ently also znianufacturers" dó'pot consider they are likely to do feo. On... top - of ~ the v: higl} cost of wool, the American "Woolen . 'Oo'fnpany,; tlie^largest organisation of the ?..^i.^iiid;in1 the. Statta, has' increased the -wages Qt the whole of its mill hands' -12£ , . j" er oenf., Other manufacturers have also . -made*:a\ßimila.i:. ad vance. It is also worthy ' of. note .th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BARCALDINE NOTES. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

MOKINE NOTESÍ . : o : -s¿-- - ' i , POUCE COURT. . Mr. R. Çurtisr-P.M., occupied-the Bench at the Police Court on Tuesday last. ' Be- fore commencing proçeedipgs, Mr , _ RT F. Lyons, on behalf of the-Barcaldine Solic itörsr" welcomed Mr. Curtis back after, his six''months holiday. Mr. Curtis thanked. Mr.'Lyons, : and said; that he never felt six months go ¿so quickly. He had had a splen did holiday; and although it was quieter .here than at Sydney and ^ Brisbane, still »he was"glad to settle down to his duties again. Sam Molloy was charged with drunkenness, and.' forfeited . his 5/-. bail.. ? ? The C.P.S. charged; Patrick Riley -with disobeying a maintenance order, which' had been made at Cloncurry, ivvith defendant's consent. Mr. ' Buxton, CiP.S., . asked for. an/adjour-nment . l'or'a month au- defendant had sent two in- stalments to. his wife, and probably, it would be paid oft! any time. Adjournment granted. . . -

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

lilli ff* OA: 1* What 'would a Player-Piano in Tour Home You ? rO; WAN Y wptneh it has Brought* à new meaning of the word"niusic." ."Where píevioüsly it was jpqssible':toln|;el : lectually enjoy a masterly composition played by someone else, the áppeál'to'the - heart only came with a personal rendition. The Beale Player-Pianatfs essentially "an v instrument for personalJnter^çeta|^6n. ^ It has a technique of remarkable íatitude -far exceeding the demands pf even classi- cal music., With its aid you find a perfect .. means of expressing your every musical emptions ». COMPANY" (QUEENSLAND) William St., Rockhampton . Head Office : 90-92 Queen St., Brisbane (opp. Pike«Bros.Ltd;) N WM$:. :::: .. ' " ',- , -- VL-..-""- . * n^n»^ u BiuMii - u i u ^umm^ i«mina j ' «nx^i?tain ^urnm^ iiw^ ?? UMUMCMU um ti mm i - n mm i& «; 11 V Wa I grant that yoü give a tone to the domestic proceedings, : #?Í'#;:.'' '''''?'???/...?.?.|8'¡,:,i. but the attention given by the family to your daily sum-;...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Commercial. ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

!¿' ENOGGERA FAT. STOCK SAIJES.: -Messrs Winchcombé Carson report pit i jast; week's Enoggera sales as follows":-^-*' f^-Sheep.-5000 sheep came forward for sale., il'at Enoggera to-day. The offering included li a trainload of wethers trucked from Jon ¡I daryan and large consignments from Foi*n >\lea, Cunnamulla, Gore, and Daymar -; the> cipally from-the Downs.. The number for-; Íbalance of the offering being drawn prirt-. ^Iward proved 1000 short of the number of-£ ficially advised and the supply was not suf-^ ' ficient for trade requirements. The sales [opened in advance of last week's rates and ¡J as sales progressed values hardened until I. towards the close of sales-when the mar l j ket eased somewhat on opening rates. Good P]| trade and prime mutton realised from 5d. ** to Sid per pound in addition to skin-value ¿whilst odd pens of choice quality touched w\ 6d per pound. Prime sheep were in yeryrÇ IM strong demand throughout. Values gener- al ally were firmer for all desc...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Rifle Shooting. LONGREACH DEFEAT THE CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

í ~ Rifle Shooting. j l r. LONGREACH DEFEAT THE CAV^.; | . ---tl .Won by * 1 v :. ~.. T". 47 The-- members of the Longreach . Rifle lUb-are -worthy of great praise for the. really-excellent score put up by them on j Sunday afternoon last, in their match, against The Caves Rifle Club. '- The' f'eam : totalled 55S being an average of 93 per man. Longreach won by -47. points j Fred. Smith won the day by top-scoring<! with 97. His score of 34 at the 300 yards' range being particularly good. Herb.;i Avery being next with 94. The conditions' throughout were good, as a farly consistent '\ left-wind of 5 deegres was blowing. Fred Smith put on 34 at the 300 yards range, R.1^ Thürecht being next .with 32. J. Rose topped at the 5Ü0 yards range with 34, W. j Setter and H. Avery being next with 33.' H. Avery topped at the 600 yards range with 3.3, _ Ff ¡ed Smith and P. Rawlins being next! with 31. On leaving the 500 yds the totals stood : F. Smith-66, J. Rose 63, R. Thur-, echt . 63, ...

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Captain Cook. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Captain Cook. ?- : 'o,-:;" \ . .'-? * ""' ;-?'?..?'. v" Recenfly Mr. Henry Nicol Wilson con- ducted an essay competition on the life of Captain- Cook. Miss . Beatrice ' ' L. Lloyd" Jones, of Cramsie,' was tlie successful girl - competitor, and received a gold medal for "'her effort. . - ? ~v :::-':':'::y-:;,v'-'. Miss .Jones's -.'¡.essaywasi ~:asYfollows . . Captain Cook was the son bf a Yorkshire farmer and he Was born in the year 1728, his parents, beijig poor people, could not af- ford to . school James well, .he learnt his ' lessons in the. infant school of .Mártin, as'a . b*oy . ho had shown' ambition to become a sailor; he imagined the blue ocean was cal- ling for .him. His ; parents did not want " ^ James ' to become . a sailor, so they bound hihx apprentistcto a draper for seven years, - but'James had* ho likings to stand -behind . the counter selling pins and needles.... He ¿ . would oft en .sit on the steps :and gaze upon the rolling- waves of the ocean. One after- ' noon ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

f THC TCNNIJ RACQUCTREPÀIRER } j 57-59 SYDNEY ARCADE . j ! CORNER GEORGE* ¿¿fá®^ l 1 KJNft$Tg SYDNEY, /^^^^k: j ^SUPERIOR ENGLISH f^^^^^^^^S \ LAMB^GUT L^^^^^^^^^ j I . ! ENGLISH BEST Jp||||||P^ f j J N9'JU0A^TY^^REPAI RS S § ¡ NV2 9° PE« STRING . j S 1 ^ >áÉrKACqü"£TS SENT PARCELS POST i ? COST 9° CASH WITH ORDERS. . ! I IANVwtiwmmtQmiBx0ww3¿: j H. HOLLOWOOD ;. HAIRDRESSING and BILLIARDS (Do IiUXe) .- .77;Central Hotel Building, Longreach. Ihave conversation with" Brother" George regularly. >. " ' AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET. GoodV. St'ocks . of "* Tobacco, Pipes, Fancy Goüds, &c. . ? !" , -Australian' Talking Machine). Stocks of Phonograph Records and All ,; : .?.?? ^ Accessories. ^ c3C ' PUBLIC NOTICE. DROVERS -with travelling stock passing through - WELLSHOT must , give - .^Proper " Written/Notice at . the Head Station or. Em- istina ' Outstation.. Notice by Telephone not accepted.. MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C Q.R....

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Trespass. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

* Trespass. At the Longreach Summons Court, -tnla morning,- betöre the -Acting Police Aagis tràte (Major A. EI -Altkin)i'F/'^aine'-p_lead?>d,V: -guilty to a charge,of having; failed .to give: ..:*. notice: when entering Maneroo Station with,, v travelling stock' oh May 10th. "Mri R. Xi..':"? Peterson appeared for the complainanti^'an^v ' Mr. 'Si Major foi* the defendant. The .lat- 'U ter ~in asking for leniency, stated' that, no-.c.;'. tice had been given at the store about; two, .V,; hpui%- before entering. The.. P.M.. remarkéd, % that -îTs 24 hours' notice" was require'd,' : a ¿ -bfeach had^been committed." MrPetersoiv "stated that his instructions were , not. to press for a heavy penalty» A fine of ¿l.*.;. was inflicted? "with £l/l/-~prótessional. costó J'T;; and 3/6 costs of court. ?'"-' *.:-' " '; ' Some Pearl. ... x Z A messagejErom Broome,.' W-A.^repOj^.'-.-.^ 'thc'-finding of a double button peari weighs .'??V¿Y lng 120 grains, and "valued,at from £10, 0.00 to £12,000. Th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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SUNDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

SUNDAY'S' FOÖTBALI/./ The following1 team has been selected: tc^¿'.".:: represent the Blues A grade against thev-v Blades A , grade on Sunday n'ext ; i^Fuiili*^-.!^ back, J.JTabart ; three-quarters, R. Wpulfé, :V. > T. Pollard, Don Gavin, W. Ferris , ; ;-<.ftye~£:"v'a eighth, P; Bunn ; half-back, W..Bailey'ji:£ovfi,i},£i: ' wards', Howard, Savage, Meyers, Ba^h^jo^^-^ mew,. McKeon, Ahern. Emergenciesi Eor^^-,-, .ward, Perry ; back, L. vToung an^^Bi;;^:i Chambers. . . . \ * ' \'<\'rii'£<r. ?'? The- A grade Blacks team^f or Sunday Ak as follows :-Full-back, W. " Rose ; :$îiiéô'4$i?fi$ quarters, Delaney," N.Finley,¿Á.'Rosses. W::\¿>].% Cullimore ; ?five-eighths, J. Aitchison ; hálf~-V. ' back, N. H. Campbell ; forwards, Jv -Martin;' r, . R. Ireland, J. King, J. Duffy, W. Reádfprd¿«{ J. Conlon. ; ; \-~ The following team has been selected'tb?'.-*-';H represent ; the "Blues B- grade .:-Full-back;'. . P. Rogers ; three-quarters, C. .'Rogers, DaVe> ...

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Cow's Hide and Baby Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

V Cow's Hide and Baby Shoes. How many'pairs of baby shoes can ,be made from one cow's hide ? (asks à writer" in "The Land")' - We do not know, hui al- lowing for all faults, suppose we say . a dozen arid a half. ,Now, if one hide is worth G/- on the market, what should a pair of baby shoes cost* ? ' That is the question many farmers ask when they receive'their credit note for about half- a crown a skin Actually it takes the proceeds of three such skins to buy one pair of shoes. It would require some figuring in higher mathe- matics to tell what one hide would be worth if it were all made into these little shoes. And if .you ask them, thé dealers, the tan- ners, the jobbers, the shoemakers,, the wholesalers, and the-retailers, will all claim that they made lithe if any profit. The .farmer knows-he 103t money. Where did it go to ? ' Part-of it paid for lost motion ^ caused by too many middlemen.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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A Matriarchal Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

A Matriarchal Record. ?J A vornan aged S2, living at "Woodgreen; «England, who summoned her husband for maintenance arrears, has mothered 08 children, 23 of her own, 17 belonging to lier second husband by his first wife,- and JJ8 ns a nurse of the children. Ono of her ¿laughters had 3 8 childre7i. two l-l each, and two 12 each. She was herself one of 3 4, and her mother one of 12. i

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Horse Maimer. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Horse Maimer. . . During the last 12 months over 100 horses died at Caulfield and Oakleigh, Victoria, from some mysterious malady. The num- ber of deaths grevy so rabidly that Norman Meyers, veterinary surgeon at Caulfield, be- came suspicious and made investigations. Post-mortem examinations revealed th&t the horses had been maliciously injured. In one case the bowels of the horse were punctured in seven places with a sharp in- _ strument. In nearly all cases the outrages had been committed on horses which had been turned into the paddock for the night. , Only one stabled horse had been attacked. More than 100 horses died in the district in the year. It is believèd that a large per- centage, if not all, had been interefered with by some person, whose methods re- call the cases at Adelaide three years ago. The difference is that in Adelaide the throats of most of the horses were cut.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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If Ford "Goes Broke." [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

If Ford "Goes Broke." During a recent inspection of his holdings in Eastern Kentucky Henry Ford won the hearts of the people of Pond Creek, his newly acquired coal field in the mountains, by announcing a wholesale slash of pi'ices at the commissary stores which supply the workers. When asked if he was not afraid of "going broke" on the Pond Creek in- vestment, Ford said : "If I do I have a million men working for me and there is not one who \jfouldn't lend me a dollar, and I'd be a millionaire to-morrow."

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rich Englishman Duped. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Rich Englishman Duped. The revelations in the Warren case at Paris suggest that Warren ls the su pel confidence trickster of the world. While living in princely style at Nice he announced ' that he was interested in damond mines i'n South Africa. . This interested a wealthy Englishman staying at the same hotel. War- ren introduced the Englishman to a con- federate described as the "American oil King." The three decided to try their luck . on the gambling tables at Monte Carlo. When they reached the Casino they met the third confederate, who was introduced as "the biggest bookmaker in America." The conversation turned to horses and bets, and the Englisman agreed to join Warren and the. "Oil King" in a betting deal. At the end of the day the trio had won £170, 000 from the supposed bookmaker. When the question of payment was discussed. Warren explained that the club to which the bookmaker belonged would hot pay until the trio gave a cover to show that they were men of substance, and l...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stocks and Shares. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Stocks and Shares. I Common wealth. 5. perr cent (1923.)- : : . Bjiyer £10Ô/lQ/- seller, £10p/I2/6.. " ! .^.;Oóm^on'w.'eaUh..'4lv.^pe^^^cènt fi925ty,:My '. Bayer £99/5/--, seller.£99/7/6. . ^ ^ Wjj Goramoawealth<: 4i v-pei- cent ^1927) ; . Buyer £99/5/-, seller £99/7/6.- ' ^' ^ Go'mmonweàlth . 5 : per cent "'(1927)'^^' Seller £100/12/6, ' - ... ..- Commonwealth 6 per cent ~(l'dS0)\¿í'~* I.. 'Buyer £l()5/Í6/3,/Selíer £106. ^^1 1 I Queensland- state 6-V per cent!..Buyer;r'."'?-^ :" '" £107|, seller £108, " ." ? '% ?\?xit$$g !, Bawi'a. Buyer 15/8, seller45/l^>:y;;r^^ ¡ - Queensland National. Bayer. £9v- '"' I'. Queensland Meat Export. Belier., 11/7^. .City Electric l^g^^-Co.^Iildi '^-^d^¿^y i paid up! «; Seller and ^^-'é^l^-^P^^y^W^ j -Nestle.. Aná-yAn^á^S^í^'¿pá^É^^Gó^v ?? ?. 1 Bay ers-24/-seller 24/3. V - . , I .E. Rielr& Cp.rLtd. ,. 'Bir|eÂÉièr.!:' I . Í4/9;;-V -C.; ' -.;y; ^ - 4 i ..Castlemaine Brew.eiy^and^^u^ljin'í^éy j .& Co.v, Bùyer li/9. -, ' C^è^...

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Jundah Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

v c Jundah Baces. ' , .v> ' ".. The following weights have been declared for ?> -.;^ :.- the';Jundah Amateur Race Club's annual grass . fed meeting,:-',to take .place on Thùoday ? and-1 fe -; Friday next':" . - ... . ¿'. . ? ' ? ? Sunshine Handicap: Flying Pop and Eudóráh .. ? ' , 19.4 j; Dauntless 10.3¿ Gaylo, 9.12 ; Ijtanet, Doc- , . ' - tor Jimy Triantiwontigqng, and Ortense", 9.7. J. A.R.O. Bracelet : Tiroo, 12.1 ; Sleepy Van; ' ' i 114.; Tryphenia, 1K2 ; Choóolate Dan; 10'13; Trputess, and GongyKing, 10.7; Luíeigh, JO.ö ^ .^f ^ Bully Shade and Welcome Knight, 10.2; Flying . .. . ' ?Top, Eudorab, and Arclight, .9.12 ; .>Dáuntle88/-V..',*\.';-.' 9.11 ; Gáylo, and^Doctor Jim, 9.7. . '-<"* *~f Publican's Purse: Tiroo, 12.1 ; "Sleepy Dari/.Itäfr? 11.2; Tryphenia, 11.0 ; Chocolate Dan, 10.11 ; ¿ , , TroutesB,10.5 ; Luleigh, 10.3 ; Bully Shade, and .¿ V Welcohíe Knight', 10.0 ; Princess Zilper,'?.J9".ll*.; : ': ''.''-y * Dauntless, 9.9 j 'Gàylo, and Nanet, 9.7.\ Lo...

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