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

"News Epitome. '.Clifford Dunn was found dead in his home" at Cudgeong, near Mudgee, .with a bullet through his head and a Winchester rifle beside him.' Dunn, .who^ppas. married '.only three weeks ago, was" the son" of'An- drew Dunn, a -well-known grazièr^ of the "?Rylestone 'district vand Jhad. bèëh: preparing ./a/home for his young; bride."* ';' '. ..At. a civil welcome to-the Minisfer for Home Affairs (Senator Pearce) at Darwin on Friday, Mr. Howe,-- the Chinese 'repre'r se^ta'tive/\^ th'e;;Chinese, àppréckitédj^ they enjoyed in trie^lahdf of^their adpptiqnj, and they were prepared"ánd wining to; share in'the responsTC .istvation, ^ . . Defalcations amounting. ito.. £7&00;; have been admitted by. Walter '.Robertson Cor- ney, manager bf. the; State,Savings Bank' at. Casterton. . The misappropriátibn'';of 'the . moneys .extended byer ;a. -period of.- nine years,- and ph ; the 14 th vÁprií-' this - yeairy when , he; was notified of' his" transfer '; to another . district, he...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Without Means of Support. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

. Without Moans of Support. r At the Longreach Police Court, on Mon- day .morning, .William Alfred Cutts, pleaded j 'guilty to a charge of having no lawful vis- . ible means of support. Sub-inspector Far . rel,: who' prosecuted, stated that Chitts was I' camped on. the^ southern outskirts of the ! town;'and was in .the habit of visiting houses !.".: there, begging for . food, and 'frightening |; . . womenfolk. . Complaints had been made j by women, about . him. He appeared: to be ah habitual vagrant,- and had in November ' ; 'last,- '.'at:...Barcaldine!, been convicted.--and sentenced to one. month's imprisonment for,: vagrancy..- Mr. Curtis, P.M.,, who. occupied ; the - Bench, stated that "it*, would be. better ; for the defendant, whose age was given- as . ' 62, to be in gaol.. (The;;^ub-inspector; :; He x had .not even blankets".) . It~woiild; be just , " as well to have, ah;application made to: get. . 7~him into .Dunwich ; for his own' good; .A i-v''sentence: of '. six . month's...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Q.A.N.T.A.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Q.A.N.T.A.S.       We are informed that during his recent   visit to Sydney and Melbourne, Mr. Hudson Fysh, manager for Queensland and Nor-     thern Territory Aerial Services, Ltd., made     a very satisfactory settlement with Messrs.       Vickers Ltd., London (through their Aus-     tralian agents, Messrs. Wm. Addams, Ltd.). Owing to the failure of the Vulcan to   answer to local tests, the company have     decided upon the purchase of two new de Havilland three-seater machines fitted with     240 h.p. Sidley Puma engines. These ma-     chines have established a great reputation     in England and on the Continent for long   distance taxi work. The machines are     fitted with all the l...

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

VULCANISING WORKS. PÜBMO. NOTICE. NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce- ^ . .? , . ?' : " . that he has taken over the Vulcanising. W. W/ SAINSBtTRY-is now prepared to Works next door to the Carlton Hotel, undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 First-class work guaranteed. Charges mod- - -feet. Lowest estimates given on" applica erate. Shop 'Phone 196 ; residence 318,; tion. " - OAR FOR HIRE. AI>RESSj-P. O. LONGREACH. 'Longreach Leader Up-to-date JOB PRINTING WORKS. NEW ZEALAND LO, ii» NCV GO., LTD.. ROOKH ARA PTO W & LONGREACH^ And at "LONDON, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, .BRISBANK, TOWNSVILLE, HUGHENDEN, ALBURY, DUBBO, ' ? '-| f . ' und throughout NEW ZEALAND. -- ; \-^\-.r.j^"^:^:::: > WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, LIVE STOCK & PROPERTy-SÄI-i^^ilÄÖ^ " FINANCIAL, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING & INSURANCE 1^, AGENTS, & MERCHANTS / V - j 'XT'AVE special"facilities for realising in any Market to advantageall WOOL, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS,^,:Jy}y\ -JÖL : FURRED...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

My Lady's Toiled In th© elegant days of th© 18th Cerittiryv . ¿1 my .lady's toilet was a- lengthy affair! .TW»; ¿^wtúúchiefly due to the elapjorate coiffures'' ^ then; in vogue. But the beauties of ^ that; ^.period weretamous for their -brilliant' ^complexions and graceful figures, and; th£^ "-?following simple recipes, som© old^faslh;> :-¿ ioned, -aome modern, may not corne amis»' : to my lady of the 20th Century. '' :' .V;v.. : THE ETERNAL FEMININE. Most women will suffer anything in order-, !'' .to improve their looks. In order tb keèpp, :_her> complexion in its pristine fr'eshnesaj'.; ; ;" the 18th Century- "belief subjected herself yt t: { to a most painful ' "skimming" process, ' ^¿ whereby the old skin was peeled- ott:withr ^l!t<^Dplic,'-leaving the new skin underneath ' - exposed. Crude as the method was.V'; ther '. .theory was excellent. ^ ' . ^^'-'r ? ! r;;:; Everyone pf us-.haii a clean new!skin;-jiist ' jT:'bptew : the .soiled outer . one, that ; is J no...

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

What is the most popular Piano itt Australia There is only one answer; it is the Write for Catalogue.' Sold on Easy Terms. East Street ROCKHAMPTON THEO. F. BARKER, LONGREACH. ¡ iiOOAIi SÉLIJING AGENT - Imperial Hotel, LONGREACH. MRS. J. SPRINGER, r . Proprietress. -Phone 6. P. O. Box 2; c20 STOPo Look. Listen. HAVE" YOTJR JWOOIJ SHIFTED BY * ' MOTOR liORRY. ?' ? . > -« . - . . Carrying Capacity 5 fr tons. "Wool ?? and Outloading Rates : 1/6 per mile .per .ton first 50 miles. ? 1/3 thereafter; E. O. FRANCIS, Address -Kingfisher Street.v Telephone 249. C22 R. POLLARD Highly Qualified and Certificated Electrical Engineer. :J .CivilityrHonesty, and -Efficiency Guaranteed ;No -Installation Too Large Qr Too SmaU. Advice and ^Estimates Free-Ring 309. EniU Street, LONGREACH. c26 DLA. Successor to BALLINGER and MACKENZIE Shearing Contractors, BARCALDINE. -j.. ' . ' - --- , -1 fi-Stand Depot at Bowyer .Siding, Aramao \ .Lihe. -All:, communications ; C/o ..-:- . .Phone 15. <) Ç. ...

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

SPORTING. ' J * Isisford Haces. >??"{-í ?-. The'fbllowing weights 'have been declared fot the"Isisford<-'Amatéur"Race;Club'8 second Ah"* >:. nual Meeting to be held at Isisford on June'.4 ' ' ,8th :-- _ , . /Trial,Stakes: Sandhill, Tempe's"Daughter,, and Dorade, 10.12 ; San Toy/i-G'oïd^vPlayi^-Wih-"^^.^!/ ton' Lad,; Republic, Betrayed '.King,vl¿iiíg0t|'^V*¿^' Gardner, Caveman, and Master ' Tory, 10.11,; V\/V' Thorette, Sunless, Miss Bunda, . Miss Baccha . nalia, and Delightful, 10.9 ; Distinguish 10,8'; -\°V Lady Roulette, 9.6 ' - *. . '">'*';*. Welter Handicap :;Miss Allerton, -Miss Sipfeà 4* ''4Jv " Razor and Aboriginal, 11.7 ; ;.:GéraW'"'K^QlÍ^i$"^¿f; Croyd and-Table Ale 11.5 ";'"Owen ¿nd Adelina^^^^ . 11.3 ; Miss Crött, Winton Lad and Mondowiét?7:;:?'í? . 10.7. ':; , .f-^'V '-**.. Ladies'Gift : Keilor and Focus 11.5 ; ^Gerald '"l^&'r-" K 11.4 ; Delude and El Mazar 11.3 -sLady Bes-g ,-<¡^ oie and Table Alb li.2, Lady <Íirru8l:l.l,...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. LONGREACH BLACK B GRADE v. ILFRACOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Football, . - N \ . LONGREACH BLACK B GRADE V. ILFRACOMBE. At the invitation of the Ilfracombe foot - ballers the LongreaclTB. Grade Black team journeyed -to Ilfracombe pee motor florry to meet the players of that town-.in a match ,. oh Saturday afternoon last. The, Longreach teanPwere. accompanied by Mr. Eric Glas- son as manager, \ who also refereed tho match which-was won' by the Blacks by 18. points to 2. 'The Ilfracombe players whose condition was not of the -best did well while their "wind" lasted. Towards - the closing stages the Longrecah players had by far the /best bf 'the ' game, which .? goes to show what condition will db> We might here mention that- there are a couple .. of players in Ilfracombe who,- with a little more condition,, would- be of much service to either of'thè B. grade teams in'-Long - reachî-^At night a supper was provided by ~-the Ilfracombe at the Commercial Hotel, - and a toast list gone .through.. Mr. Glas? son acted as chairman of this gathering,...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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LONGREACH RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

V "LONGREACH RUGBY FOOTBALL- ' .LEAGUE. _ /'? ? U Th© weekly meeting of the League Ex? ecutivé was held in the Queen'sJKotel pin. Tuesday "hight, when there /were present v+fr S. Byrne (chairman), G.^Savage, D. Gavin, "- E. Bailey, J. Foster";- J. Lomas, H. Sykes,, NV >** Campbell, A. Gebbie, W. Ferris, F.*- B."' O'Rourke, F. J. McKeon, T. Pyne¿ Wv .Mc Keon, and the secretary (Mr E. H. Glasson}; The Rockhampton League wrote stating that they are unable to allow Mr. Potter, the league's coach, to visit Longreach.--r Received. . ... ' " i The Barcaldine League wrote in reply to the Longreach .league's suggestion/ a combined team to visit Rockhampton dur-, lng Country'Week and mooting the idea that Blackall be included.-Mr. Campbell moved that Blackall be asked to partic- ipate in sending a team, thus making it à Combined Central West team. Mr O'Rourke seconded the motion, which was carried. Mr. Glasson, who accompanied the Black Juniors to Ilfracombe, reported that a com- plaint ha...

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

THE. NERANG HAR COMPANY LTD; (A Company Incorporated\|n Queensland?underActs of 1863-1913). NOMINAL CAPITAL - ; .-. _ . £200,000 in-200,000 Shares of £1 Each. ...v -FIRST ISSUE CONSISTS OP'TSJOOO SHARES OP £1 EACH, PAYABLE 2/6 ON APPLICATION, 2/6 ON ALLOTMENT--AND ;. THE^BÂLANÇEIN QUARTERLY CALLS OE 5/- A SHARE. - ' :, - Only a few Shares of this Issue are now Available- ?\ PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS. ROWLAND H. EDKINS, Grazier, Brisbane. ERNEST T. BELL, M.L.A., Grazier, Coochin. -FREDERICK R. LLOYD --(Edwards, Dun- lop, and Co., Ltd.,) Brisbane. WILLIAM ' GORDON GRAHAM (late Un r . der Secretary for Lands)., Brisbane. . CHARLES F. SIEMON, Merchant, Bris -.bane. E. RIVAS TULLY, Solicitor, Brisbane. WILLIAM PATTERSON, Timber Merchant, . Brisbane. WILLIAM DEARDEN, Managing Director. ' - BANKERS. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, Brisbane. SOLICITORS. ' TULLY AND WILSON, London Bank *'" Chambers, Brisbane. / , TRUSTEE. \ R. H. ÇUB01ING, Chartered Accountant, * Brisbane. ~> v BROKERS. THE INDEPENDENT ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BLACKS v. BLUES—B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

BLACKS v. "BLUES-B GRADE. . Mr. F.""0'Rourke tooted'th© whistle in this game, whilst ti.. Adams arid D. "Gavin îïeld. the flags. . Shortly; after the kick off Jaques,v on the < wing, secured from a good movement and galloped over, O. Gavin ad- ding the extras. Blues 5, Black nil',.*" Even play followed for a short spell, Blues attacking. A nice-mpveriierit followed; Don Gavin scouring, transferred to. Smith (a junior, minor, who throughout the match . piay"edsa' plucky and excellent game)," who returned, .but, a breach pulled up the gamer ' A.little later Smith, sent Ito Ö. Gavin; who transferred1 to Don. Gaviri, and accep'tihg the return touched down. O. Gavin failed to add the extras.. Blues 8, Block.nil., W;'-Ellis put in ft"good run, arid Blacks "-were then awarded a free, but little " ad-, vantage was-made. O.' Gavin secured, and cutting one man out, sidestepped a seconc r and travelling" fast, touched down in gooi position. Brother Don made no mistak with his boot. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Hat Trick. AN IMPUDENT THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

M Thè Hat TMck. TM]fe- ??c-iANi-rMPijpÈ^ -.' , Al;.í5ie Longreach PÓlice:_,Court on Thnlrs Mflay 'morning last,, before Police Magistrate »Cturtls;'^Albert-- Cdop'er, ~ '-appeared^ ;on- a 1 Ac&ùrgé of. having stolen a fur felt hat-, the pSprçpërty . of William Emery. De* " Kehdánt pleaded "guilty",,and elected-to ipet-lfleait^w-itli ?. summarily. ' S"ub-inspector l^ärrell, Twho prosecuted, -stated that on. -|Sundáy, May 13th, complainant, who was " Ä;man;who ljad been ill for some time, was Jjefanding oh the footpath in front of Glee eon's Hotel. 'Accused came along carrying -an . old" black hat, and, taking complain a-nt*sf;hat,\put the old black hat on corar piaíhant's "head" saying "This will "suit, you better , than , the Stetson you are wearing." ' A complaint was made' and'the.police found the hat; in accused's tent.- ". ". . The. Defendant : i was drunk at. the time,-your: Worship- and remember nothings about if. I-woke.-up; pn^Mohday . morning and found the hat in' m...

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Australian Meat Council. DELEGATION TO THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Australian Meat ' . Council. y ' ,.; J DELEGATION TO THE EAST. ; ? . i .'. The ' déspatchr-of - Messrs ¡Dv' A. 'Camero: . : ' àhdiH . .week-end for: Japan and the East as a dele ''" gatlon. f^om the Australian Meat Coúrici for the purpose' of thoroughly irivestigatini " the possibilities of expansion of our Mea .Trade in those countries, and extension inti >_'?' new .centres, marks.-the commencement o a new era iii connection with our primar; industries. Tt also directs attention'on th» ; Australian Meat Council itself; Álthougl ¿ full publicity was given- by .the Press ai y '..the time to the formation of this Council j : the majority of: our Producers are un- aware of what was its origin. It is the out j come of a conference convened by Mr. Rod j gere, late Minister for Trade and Customs. ? This Conference was -easily the - most re- presentative ever held in connection with j.";. ouV Pastoral and Meat Industries."- Repre sëntativ.ës "were presentvfrom the" various !; producers'...

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

Western Queensland Building Co., Ltd. . ; , Barcaldine. - ' _ ^P^nvmDISQ Contractors, Painters,' plumbers, Etc., are prepared to give Quotes for ^Î^JD!-'^:,aii--classe» . of Buildings - and Repairs, Erection of Windmills and. Tanks,- or for ^t\^' ^Tour Painting Job. "_ -I ~ . Agents for, COMET -WINDMIIiLS. ; . ^ '. ? . ^ - ^ competent Staffs in all Branches are at Your Service. "We> appreciate your en rB>^**-quIriea. .?? . .?.????>?.- . . - ?.. .^ 4 PHONE 146, BARCALDINE, or. Xl. G. Cowan, 309, LONGREACH. c6 t ¿ifiiifiiiiJiiiiiiii!ifiiffiiiifiiffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii2i]ixissijiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiMiifi2rt;;rsiixu iii I Stylish Footwear ¡ I at Economy Prices ¡ 5 A PART: from the unusual smartness of the Shoe; '. ? S 5 Styles we are showing now, the Prices are so H - ?§[ low as to compel the attention of all who appreciate 5 .| * really Superior Values. Here you have all* the Sr I Footwear style you desire, and comfort, service- ö §j ability and good quality as well. "-rr- ; i - S v Vi...

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

MOTORING NOTES. -«¿- : o : One of the most interesting entries for the forthcoming French Grand Prix, the pre \ mier motor <car road contest of Europe, is . that of a 12 cylinder "Delage". As the event is limited to cars not exceeding a cubic capacity of 2000 cc (2 litres), the designer of this car has been restricted . . to a very small bore in his 12 cylinder Del f , age the bore being'only 42 millimetres with ; a stroke 00 millimetres. Fancy a bore of \ ; so slightly over 1 5/8 inches. What a diff- erence to the 5 and 6 bores used in racing i' cars some 12years back. The adoption of a twelve cylinder engine for racing purposes is really a confirmation of the present practice towards small engines For ordinary use, under the present status of automibile engineering, M. Delage consid- ers that six cylinders ai-e sufficient; but for racing purposes there is an ^advantage in going beyond this figure, for the weight of reciprocating parts is reduced, the dan- ger of breakag...

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

':¿ , .? OPTOMETRIST ' ? Will visit as '.follows : * v ^'iíSiSFÓlii),--May-13th.- to---2 Oth. . ?. . ILFRACOMBE, May 21. v , j LONGREACH . (Imperial-Hotel)? "May : i 22 to-26. ' . wa- -228~ 'JOOOO _ ooOoo i. .ooOoo " . ooOoo o " : " ' . ..:.'.. O o 9 rem Regularly SPECIAL TE ATURES. "The baily Mall" rocöiveß all Muree Cabio Services-Ecu- ^ ter^s, London "Times,-" anil United, and- is thus able to givo nev8s of all Important; happen ú'^jkfc the earliest moment; ..TÍifc OaH7 Mail"-Produce and" and JUxvo Stock Baporta are ex- clusive, mid are made by the paper's o'TO reportera ou the marketa. / Tha Sporting Columns are con duct-:ii by "Sirdar." {fl "The Daily Mail" Ott the Land » j Ptgo is under tho direction of a * 3 mun wLo bas bad twenty years' experience in Agricultural affairs. Several Columns of Country Hews are published daily. The London and Sydney Letters ore contributed by .mea and women who have access to ex- clusive Information. A charming Literary Faga is pub- lished on Sa...

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LAND EXHANGE. "Meeting of Protest. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

\ LAND EXHÄNGE. ^ ' ' - S. "Meeting of Protest. A public meeting,: convened by Mr. R. A. Y Parnell/ (chairman of the Barcaldine "Shire Council), was held" iii the Shire Hall on Monday night last. Mr. Parnell was in the /chair,, and there was a good attendance of . ; townspeople. -? The chairman' explained the .objects of the meeting which he said were to consider the matter of the proposed ex 4,- change of the freehold lands on Bimerah, ^ Moonbong and Northampton Downs for the freehold of the Barcaldine Downs lease- hold. . Ho said the matter had been ¿well ventilated and the proposal had recently been much discussed so there was no heed for him to go'into lengthy details. They all . knew that the Northampton Pastoral Company, Limited, were negotiating with the: Minister for Lands to surrender their freeholds and. accept in lieu thereof an area pfabout 122,000 acres, comprising the Bar * caldine ^Dowhs lease ..to be converted into freehold and its intention was to form . a large she...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 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 Broken*. 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 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 ip any way interested in the subject, write for our free advice. TELEPHONES REPAIRED. L BL MCN1C0L LONGREACH. gi ? LOAN S 1 0 W THE Pli...

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New Settlers' League. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

New Settlers' League, _____ . n . . ?? 1 " '? ; u ; -- British Overseas Settlement Delegation. The delegation appointed by the Secretary for State for the Colonies, which is visitinj Australia in response to the invitation o: the Commonwealth Government, will arriv< in Queensland on 19 th May. The genera functions of the delegation will be : (a.) To. ascertain what arrangements ar« made-or are under consideration for : (a) The reception of British Settlers or arrival, men, women, and juveniles ; (b) Their accommodation at the ports anc afterwards ; (c) Their distribution. (d) Their employment or settlement upor the land, and (e) Their general welfare and future ; (f) To report how far they regard these arrangements as satisfactory. (b) To explore every avenue which may present possible opportunities for the absorption of British settlers in Australia finder the provisions of the Empire Set- tlement Act, and in particular To. confer with the Commonwealth and State Authorit...

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

ï:.. 'M 'tv, The Bearer of Good News is Always Welcome. New Shipments Direct from the English Manufacturers ALL at PRE-WAR PRICES. Several Consignments of Pottery and Earthenware. Direct from Stoke-on-Trent to Longreach. Comprising all kinds oj Dinnerware, Cups and Saucers, Jugs, Dishes, Toilet Sets, Bowls, &c, &c. The Well-known I Anglo Enamelware I ... ? . ; " . . ' / t :¿Á Complete .Rah&e Comprising Every Article They Produce WEAR BETTER SHIRTS You'll Look More Stylish. You'll be Proud of the Fine Quality. You'll Get Better Service. You'll Save Money. The Razor that Sharpens lt's Own Blades THE VALET AUTO-STROP The World's Fastest Shave . . ... ¡ ? - .' . ys / i » -\ 78 seconds from Lather to Towel. % í'-\""> & Spirit Merchants, Longreach THE ¡I ls Where YOU will Go JFor ADVICE, SERVICE, and REPAIRS, ause they are well equipped and stockèd and manned 1^ ^ do Conscientious work at as LÖW 4 Figure as possible, especially for those who are toy al a...

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