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Longreach Ladies Hospital Guild. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

* Iionéreach ¿adíes Hospital;-Güild; A meeting of ladies interestejMn the for- ; . matioñ of a Hospital Guild in Longreach"' à was held'in Shire Chambers* on."Wednesday '_; ." last when there were present : Mesdames ,Ê F. C. Longworth, S. A.^ Sutton, F.' B; ^ ? O'Rpurke, F. M'Keon, A^jj^sennedy; ~- J: " ? Browne, H. Ecklund, W. Petersen, -Ber-- : '? tho,-Geo. Heath and Miss L. O'Rourk'e.v M Messrs. F. J. McKTeon and F. C. Longworth S were .also in attendance, and four apologies* - .ff were received. Reference was. made bye. 'B Mr. F. J/., McKeon to the necessity for "a - \ fl Guild and to the letter received from the - MW Maryborough Guild. It was decided that JV a guild be forriied,-and a: provisional _pres- " ident and secretai*y were elected. Mesdames ; F. McKeon and S. A. Sutton being appointed :»fl to the ,i-espectiye positions.^ All present ? agreed tb canvas for members and t<7, re- . ? port to the first monthly meeting to . be. M held /on 12 th June. It was . deci...

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

MENDING _COURT. ?-. Redetermination of vaines. - . At the licensing, court on Tuesday - .last before Mr. R. ^Curtis, JPblice Magistrate, the; adjourned applications for the rede- termination of the annual values of the hotels at Barcaldine", Alpha, and. Jericho, .were brought on. Sergeant A. A. Bock,'the . Licensing Inspector appeared in person and Mr. R. F. Lyons,-, and C. F. Hobler (Messrs. McCullough , and Hobler) appear- : ed for the'various licensees. iThe,.Inspector said that when these applications were .be- fore thè Court originally certain . questions .were asked by the Bench arid the ..solicitors for the licenses promised to" supply - -the " answers. Mr. Lyons and, Mr. Hobler both denied making .any promises ..tb supply answers. -The Inspector ? sàid that he had. a distinct recollection, of. the, promises -be- ing made. Mr. Lyons replied that he .had. a distinct, recollection of firmly resolving never tb. supply them. . -> The P.M.".:'- Anyhow, there - -are. no. answers...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Church in the West. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

; Hie Church in the Weist. I .,. ----:-: o :--. -The following address- by Rev. C. Yuill '; ¿(late of' Longreach),. was ..delivered at the ^ I - Presbyterian - Assembly Home. Mission Ber > .v ; monstration, -.Brisbane, on Thursday, May ';. ; ..:ipthi;.:-r-v;r .; '.. -; ' . . ' \ I "appear. before you to-night holding a : f| K*hlrief..;jforthe.; Presbyterian causé ' jinj^thé ?Ç. ¿ Centrar :West'of .'Queensland, and Longreach / district"', in particular. : Amongst ;the Eas * ;^ern";churches, "'my are known as the :.. j rishmaëlites, probablyvbecause . we -liyëTon-; . - the - plains, änpV water is one of our prob- . £ ' lems :r ;. .and-probably" for other reasons, ' "' i "hutvit shoulds hot he forgotten that we are ' j¿';;,also;i.'son.s''.ióf Abraham. There are .four p ¿ttiinga 'ihát the people of - the Westerways ij .-acpept'with a grain of salt,'-a reported rain- . ?" fall; the-percentage increase of lambs, the .. 4 number of miles a man can drive his .car , í on 'a gallon of petr...

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

ICE ! ICE ! : ; OT. TiMSrKSi r BirrjCHiaR, J ? ' IÍONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFS" that he Js now prepared " to supply and deliver . » * - ' ' First-class, ice i . In" ; any. Quantity at jCnrrent Rates., ^ ^ <-'V\ -'-A TRIAJX SOIdOITED. /""'""Y' CAFE P * . . FOR"«- THE - BEST. MALTED MILK DRINKS Mixed with/the Electric Mixer.. , . .SQUASHES . ICË CREAMS' SUNDAES PEACH MELBAS. ^ ' - Fresh Fruit Daily. - CAFE ELITE aiíí AMERICAN BAR. ALICE SMITH, [ÜRDOCH'S in Sydney possess a Tailoring Skill that is appreciated by. the Queenslander-re- vealed in the thoughtfully planned de- sign, the specially woven fabrics and minute details of finish-all arising from^ patient study and Vip« experience of Queensland conditions md requirements. 3 M Money English and Colonial Worsted Single ? Textures^ and Light-weight' Tweed Sidlings, in all the newest shades and designs. (Honestly worth*£5/5/r) ' £4/2/9 J? Yoar ;v: ^^/mr.-/^:. Measures . (Coat and Trótuer* only, £3/14/-) " \ ?, , ^ . .-. The pet...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Marsupial Skins. HIGHER VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Marsupial Skihs. . HIGHER VAIiUES. - Those interested in the. Marsupial' Skit t Market and- who~:have ..follo.wedü.itS'vtrenc closely, will have noticed that for-years pas almost withontxexception,- values improv< either late in- April or early in May. About-this time of the-year skins begit : to. improve In quality, ? which fact- attract: added buying strength-to tho'market, ape the. increased competition naturally has th< effect of improving prices. v.v: ^. . This year . is " no exception. The Queens . - land Primary Producex-s'-Agency, Brisbane . advise-that the market on the 1st- May was dearer, and. again on' the 15th instant" there was a. decided x^ise. in px'iceS: Small sup- plies only were available at the .latter auc - ition, appx'oximately 6,900 being-forwarded. Kangaroos and wallabies at the sale, on the 15th instant, wère -most in- request", but all descriptions. were . : in demand. ?..-. The . Queensland Primary, .Producers' Agency; ?? re- port cle...

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

flWIEN, :% ; (FRUITERER, CONjrrKCTIONER, TO- ':Ê :'? "BACÇONXST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) r . Desires lo notify the Public that he hasi p. >. ' REMOVED to new premises, and is now conducting -' business in the old "NEWS" OFFICE, V [ EAGLE-STREET, LONGREACH. > ; "^'Thanking all old Patrons vrh o have : so ;f Splendidly supported him since thy., recent;',-,; fire, and soliciting a Continuance) iii such patronage. ' ' ? ?'.> 'V$i ^'"?y- ' SIS ADVICE IS JV -: -, " :;.'.'-A;|| S^-h--' "Don't Forget My Celebrate^ . .? -'-'., ^i^il^tr- ? /" . Lemon Squashes." . ''foi : j; ; Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. & "?.'.-j i-"-^" -J- ? ??. " Incorporated 1863. © -1 v \ : :?-rrLONDON .MELBOURNE'' SYDNEY BRISBANE ;. -\ 1, ¿ S V-,'Thé Company make3 advances on Pastoralproper ties, and on ensuing Clip oí \TOOL IT; V,¡¡ \> . - ' " BRISBANE: ?? ??? .v,.V;,'. , * £ <¡ ::ï£*'--'Cï;?^ï\:l£:>< Offices: 129-187 Creek Street, Brisbane. \ 'M''" ^ V'W^f W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

^ Magnificent \Property. FDR SM FOR SALE. FOR SALE ? BY PUBLIC AUCTION. - . Messrs. WINCHCOMBE CARSON, : LIMITED-Hughenden Branch-in conjunction with THE QUEENSLAND PRIM- ARY .PROpUCERS' CO-OPERATIVE AGENCY, LIMITED, BRISBANE, have repeived instructions from Messrs ANNING & 'ANNING, to offer by PUBLIC AUCTION their-Magniflcient-Property -, / ... ^ . At Central Hotel-Hughenden, oh ^Twrsdayy 31st May, 1923. Situated'; 65-milea south', of -Richmond adj oining Sesbania," Clio and Glenlyon.- . -. 65,000 acres Grazing Farms-Long Léáse-^-Low "RentàL Well improved and heavily ' gx-assed, nicely shaded and .perman. entlj* watered by-TWO ARTESIAN BORES RUNNING OVER PORTAT MILES BORE' DRAINS.v Includes - FORTYláVE THOUSAND ACRES, VIRGIN GRASS COUNTRY UÑSTOCKE» THIS YEAR. SPLENDID CONDITION. ^S'jroo.'-sheep. mixed agés.and /sexes'lh^tneV'PO1«* -Absolutely .free froto'-dogs and other pests; - Splendid opportunity for anyane requiring RELIEF. COUNTRY'or desiring to purchase, atlarge numbe...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The "Bodily Harm" Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Thc Bodily Ilnrm" Case. Thé adjourned case in wmcn ; AIUBU - Frederick Anderson is charged with .having caused- greviou'sbodily harm . to Joseph' Jones on April 2ji'h at Longreach came héfpreí:lk»ltcé-'Maslstrat^Cúrt.ljf at the local Court "House on Thür^tay*"^ tójst./ .;*\'}8pbg inspector Farrell, ; in: answer to the P.M..V-, tjtuted^ give- evidence ? " -:, * - of arrest that day, but would not be able' .. . .>. to put J ones In the . box, as the latter . had again been compelled to return to the.Hos- v.. pital, as complications Jhad again set in. ; Under the circumstances, he'would request , " that a court be opened at the" hospital ¡for:. the purpose-of-securing Joh es's eyl dence. .j-.> . The Police Magistrate stated that he would-'^ .... p.refer to go straight ahead with the evi- ? dence once lt was started, and,-Mr. Major consenting, further remanded the case until . Tuesday . next, when if necessary Jones's ' ¿ evidence wouldvbe taken at the hospital." . Bail was furthe...

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The King's Clocks. SOME HISTORIC TIMEPIECES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

'-\-:- . . The King's Clocks. SOME HISTORIC TIMEPIECES. It is not generally known that the King's . clocks are among the most in- teresting and valuable in the country. There are nearly 250 in Windsor Castlë and more than 160 in Buck- ingham Palace. One of the most curious timepieces in Buckingham Palace is the French Negress Head clock dating from the days of Louis XV. It is in ormolu, 2ft Gin. high. - The hours are shown in one of the negress's eye and the minutes in the* other. Then there is Brequet's Sympathetic Clock. Its dial is the gold watch that was made for, and used by. King George IV., with the chain and watch-key attached. . Below, ira a glass-panelled mahogany case, is Bre- quet's appartus by which at the stroke of 12 shoots up a steel needle through a hole in the rim of the watch-case, automatic- ally adjusting the minute hand, if it should be fast or slow. In the household corridor of the Palace is a big Brequet clock 7ft. high, for which King George IV. gave a thous...

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

Reviews. - : o : - - Tlie Yellow Magazine, March 23, begins a new serial story "The Innocent Thief" by Roy Norton, which promises to surpass his previous story "The Shamen." Other tales ( in this number are ''For an Hour," "Little j bit of Luck," "The Trackless Wilderness," "Between the Devil and the Deep Sea," "The Yellow Ring", "The Mutations of | Hiram," etc. Our copy is from Spiers Ltd., | booksellers, Longreach. | The Yellow Magazine for April 6. This | is an excellent number. It contains the 2nd |! instalment of "The Innocent Thief" a new *i serial story by Roy Norton. Other thrilling tales in this 'number are ,: "Shack O'Painted Cliff" by Nellie Tom-Gallon and Calder Wilson. "When they woke up" by Donovan Bayley, "Caffyn Makes Good" by J. Russell Warren, "Love and Professor" by E. Norman Torry, etc. Our copy is from Spiers Ltd., booksellers, Longreach. Hie Green Magazine, March 27. In this number Douglas Newton contributes the third instalment of the "Impossible Brute" a new ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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FOOTBALL. SUNDAY'S MATCHES. BLACKS v. BLUE—A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

J FOOTBALL. V;' ; -:o: SUNDAY'S MATCHES. BLACKS V. BLUE-AGRADE. - \ j Mc E. H. Glasson had "thargo1 of thi .'match, and was assisted hy. Messrs. A. R Savage and L. Adams as linesmen." Black , won the toss and decided to defend th . railway station end, preferring to have th .-. ..-.>. ..'disadvantage of the sun during the firs lialf. Bunn set the ball rolling arid a knob: -"; on ^gave Blues the ball in scrum- where . breach was committed, and a free ' wa ' «awarded to Blues, Meyer negotiating th » kick. Blues had thus within a few second : bf starting obtained the lead with 2 point to nil. In play again Bunn, travelled" awa; :" and a clubmate gave Blacks an offside de ' cisión. Blácks punted high and,. Campbel knockêd on the return. A good."action 'bl Blues three-quarters followed, the'ball trav elling from.Bunn to Gavin-to Pollard, an» the latter kicking too hard Campbell saved Attacked Campbell again relieved, and one more Bluesl threatened, but mulling spoil ';< ja....

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Wedding Bells. CASEY—LEICHNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

' ^wedding pf interest to à large circle rYr#i£hj^ was "solenihised:. íi *:¿'^¿^uk$sí;ÇKurjChr ? last/- night . ?' (writes *t ^rJTppwoemba. corr f^^^üyßß), the Revi Canon .Ö4keley off ¿; <;latlrigf r/whlen. Mr.; ; Eric .Newbery- .' Cas r^:í^0u.ngerVsón ; of'-.the late. Mr.. and' Mrs.. É ? ?y station) was marri :&£ftpXMÍtá-'MáxióxL- Eeictíney;^ iwtof^^^an^ pert : ;i;?Str'ee£, Töo.wp.bniba). ' Thel.church was'bea ^%'ti£uily¿.^ tl I f^birtöe^ i;.:rp'ses,.J ànd';thë.. guest. pews were, dbcoratt .'. .-i; rwithf whiíe\ ' bows, ;: trails : pf "asparagus pli s;?^moäus^farid; ^^lte5 ppêfles. ' ' ', The ? brid e, Viíw* ?V ¡í^s^giyen ^áj^ ;by 'her father/ wore,a chárn Ciñg-- * and-;,simplÔ-go^yn' b^ whife cachehiir ^-^de¿s ^íjnar^p^ k";^wá^k'.'^ silver^' roses. V Th paié^hiüé;-.and .apijiibrueed.'ros .'."£*> silyer-rps'e rcaaight r ^cluster-\,ogrorànge; blosspms bn'the ! other ¿V^^T^ :¿f:f fape¿ar^ iit^ruftlê^^ ".^:ílines;p ./.^.SThé^ :¿v'y w ^V'tullé^ .. í'Joan Perry (Br...

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WORTH REPEATING. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

WORTH REPEATING. -:: ° : HUMOUR-ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. "You can't judge people by their name." "Is that'so?" "One might think from the name that a grass widow was green.". * ' * * * Schoolmistress : "Now, James, what ia a skeleton ?" James : "Bones, with the people rubbed off, Miss." . . .- # "Yes, he's a fearful hore, isn't he ? There's only one good thing about him." "What's that." "His opinion of himself." 1 0.0 -0 Small Girl (as sister's, finance slips on banana skin) : "Look, mamma, he's wor- shipping the groimd she treads on!" * 0.0 0 "Someone told me you had got married. May I congratulate you if it isn't too late?" "Thanks, but it is ; I was married last week !" . * * * * Pedestrain : "If you're going to Bing hampton, would you mind taking this coat of mine ?" Motorist : "But how'll you get there ?" Pedestrain : "Oh ! I'll» be inside it." * « . * . 1 "He is quite an artist, isn't he ?" asked Smith. "Yes," replied Jones. "He painted an apple last week, and the critics all agr...

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

? ? -, J.".,-.i-: ??- , : , . ,.?/-?-; .-. .? ? - ». ;. ,0.-- V -, .:. : >r, .?.... ?. .... - V^/sk^«-.^«^*:* Vii;- :>v-v'--i---;;>:v: ; v:-:':^'v;j..-''.i;::.. ''' -f v': ".V;.::- .',-.???>";"? ." ,.';¿-irVí(-:;-í-."l^ - : : ? :y-'^.f;^^-p^^ ^ ; . WHAT THE LONGREACH PUBLIC HAVE BEEN WAITING FORV : " : "fe DOldeman s I I iljliti^ffor ' Pre-Fire Standing.;.Jy: ^ / THE OPPORTUNITY AT LAST. ^ Vf The Whole of Our DRAPERY an4áfc I : BOOT Stock " ? >In present temporary building is being offered at valuerregardless of cost. !^ lr: . ' ; ' WE HAVE THE GOODS 7 AND REMEMBER ALL NEW. , lllïlf|l L" At-ho distant date we enter our grand new premises which will bear the hall-mark of cori-^ ' /;Jp:*^ j - ... ~struction, and-in appreciation of patronage extended to us by Longreach residents wherebyTnot- - ! ' ;<ÍE£| Iwithstanding our disadvantage, we have operated so successfully since the fire. - ^ JvjN . - We Begin on Monday Next to Distribute by SPECIAL SALE PRICES for...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

, A DARE-DEVIL TRICK .-Johnny Reynolds frequently does y. this trick on >the roof of a Boston building. They say he ~ I smiles all the whil e. 1 THE SPORTING PRINCE.-The Prince of Wales riding Little Christy just before his spill at the Point-to-Point meeting at Lark Hill. . Ä A NOVEL MOUNT.-At a recent naval wedding in Sydney bluejackets pulled the bridal car through the streets, and an officer sat like a jockey on the bonnet. 1_ . ".. ,. -rn A ONE-MAN RACER.-This little motor car, designed and built by HarryMiller, of Los-Angeles, can attain tremendous speed. ' . A MAMMOTH SHIP.-An unusual view of the mpnster ship Leviathan, whfch is being reconditioned in America. . L RATIRA/ÏV«^ it io . -r- »rt .of A .consumption çurç at iheJState .Turberç«jarJa^atarj^m at^^den, U,8.A/_ ;. * ? ? ? " '_ SPIRIT PICTURES.-Here are a few of the much-discussed spook pictures exhibited In London a couple of j months baçk, 1 ? j,,*,;,'/ ' + .^2-~ _ - - r ' " '^"T *'y ? 1 j.'-_*?-:_

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Shire Council. SPECIAL MEETING. SITE SELECTED FOR NEW BORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Longreach Shire Council. SrECIAIi MEETING. SITE SELECTED FOB" NEy .. A. épecIâlJneeting'bf^th'e .Longreach Shli Council-was': held" iñ ' the "pburicil Chambei oh' .Wednesday afternoon. ; laßt ; to. .cönsid« the report.. .: - . from . . the - - -subcon mittee.. appointed |p jueàl with^-;'thë . mal ter of :,water...:su'pplyr\.ThereWwejjBl preset Councillors* T. F.. Barker, (chairman), "vi Avery, J. C. Sale, ï>. Greenwood, J. M. Dui kin, L.. W..Glasson, together with the der (Mr. H.- M.-Gallwey), and (Mr. J. .Ogilvie Government district, hydraulic. engineer^ . -Thé. sub-.cômmittéè\Vrepprtéd having mc 'attheVcbunçil'Chàm the* following'. ^report : "wasJ drawn .;? up ' : We; have carefully, considered the'.. rep pi .presented by ,Mr; : Ogilvie- and suggest a follows. :-~The.v mbst- suitable ' site for th P.rdpösed";b6re>is on Wrve HH.os'pital Hill);l >This- bore' woul< cost [apbrpximately £7000; ' . ' - '.,! - ;'Betic^at4on¿:-via^ Faicori; and: Swan; streets about -ir...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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SATURDAY'S ALBION RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

SATURDAY'S ALBION RACES. .'' _.\The "Brisbane. "Telegraph" gives the fol- lowing tips for the above races/ : Trial : First Heat.r-Ollvemond or-, Lady Indicator. Second. Heàt.-7-Lilyguard or Jumrum. .?' .??/. Two-rYear-Old.-Enlmo,'Lilyvale, or Lord" Thomas. ". . " Thousand.-Sim Dallas, Admetus or" Eudorcast. } . ?? Welter.-Channel ^ King,- Menumucha, or . 'Novice.-Lutestring, Merry Chip. Club Handicap.-Cyclometer, Thàllassa.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Latest by Wire. CHARLEVILLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Latest by Wire. ~ . . CHARLEVILLE, Friday. Whilst Wilson Reardon, a stockman on Boatman Station, was. yarding horses yes :: terday, his horse fell, and he was killed as ;-a result of a ^fractured skull. The deceased ; was al native of Bendaha Station, and was 29 years :of age. He, had remarkable ' tracking ? abilities in the; bush. In an attempÉed mur- der case last year of drover Charles, Barker,,., Reardon tracked__a Russian Pole to Bark- ' eris camp, when the Pole was brought to justicè'vthrôugh Reardon's clever tracking. David Edward Espie, a well-known and highly respected local grazier, with -4iis .. twp . sons,. James and. Harold Espie, was' charged:to-day with stealing cattle, property of Mrsi H. Britcher. The easels likely to last sevëràl days and is causing great in- terest. ' ' .}'?[' ? ..- BRISBANE, Thursday... Information from Government D epart partments shows " that the areas most , se- verely affected by drought- are parts of Western Queensland, Central Queensland, B...

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

ThevWínes Which Made Australia l'm^y ' ? Famous. ? .."......<;... ~ V//:;'. IiARGE : ASSORTMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM. fr''^y\T : v QUALITY GUARANTEED; Minehih Wines. iÈQÙAIj TO - IMPORTED ANJ> I^S THAN HALF THE PRICE. ^my. THOMAS McLAUQHLÍN & Co. :". ? 'i^v:':X.':-x SOIiB-AGENTS'FOR :\4'fr ''^V A Home Away from Horned Equak-io;-:any-*RrsvCIaW-'.City Hotel*,T h .Mw*,v-~.. COMMERCIAL; (Under .Vice-Regal Patronage.) . ' JÁ0LE; ST REEt, LÓNGREACIÍ J;>ií^íJUDGE;: : Proprietor. ' ?A-*?.,;?.,..'...?. f.; -i ' i ? Phone 67. ' > P.O. Box 50. ? First-class ^Accommodation, """Secyre Garage, *.. CT, Ai House. . AT' f - " >.tf:v^ ' OUR NAME AND FAjHE /'//: Extend to Other Part¿ "We have 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 jost recently. . SO YOU SEE Our. Service Compares . . With The Best. , We have just landed a Choice Assortment ? o...

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Fires. DISASTROUS FIRE AT EVESHAM. STATION BUILDINGS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 25 May 1923

Fires. DISASTROUS FIREKÁT EVÉSHÁ»I. STATION BUILDINGS DESTROYED. On Sunday' morning last an. outbreak of fire, destroyed the'station; store and book- keeper's offices/di Evesham station. The buildings "Which were all under one roof - were completely destroyed, together with their contents, and at one time the jack ergo's quarters, were on fire, and the strong wind which prevailed threatened to carry the flames to the adjoining'buildings. Hard work--alone resulted in saving the *-jack eroo's quartersT and-thus saving the "whole of the station buildings. ; > It appears that at about 8 a.m. tlffe book- keeper, Mr. Jamieson, who had been.absent from his office for about 20 minutes, on returning found the office on fire, and tho jackeroos' quarters, which are alongside, were in danger. At/this time the only males at the head station were the bookkeeper, the hut cook, and- the hors'e boy. Mr. Watts - and the rest oT the mâle employees were at the shearing shed, and noticing the smoke i...

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