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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Sporting*. A Sydney message states that the Queens- land University crew, which has been train- ing on the Parramatta River with other three eights to .meet its engagement on Fri- day's big inter varsity race, is attracting .much interest. No other crew has such a smart shoulder lift and combination. Among rowing critics who have watched the nor- thern boat at work the general opinion is that, the men make up a powerful racing combination. Should these expectations be realised, the northern eight will be the first winning Queensland crew on these waters since the days of Mr. Colin Bell (now manager of Westland Station, in the Long- reach district^. Few rowing men will for- get the race which the Queensland crew, of which this man was the presiding genius, was winning when a few lengths from the finish Molle, who was rowing No. 4, broke his oar, and leaping out into the Parra- matta River, left the disabled boat to limp into second place.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Sales. —: o: — BRISBANE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Wool Sales. ?-: o : -' BRISBANE WOOL SALES. The Australian Estates wired on Tues- day :-The Brisbane wool sales 'opened to keen competition. Compared wiffi April rates best wool was 5 per cent lower, aver- age par, good brokens par, average and in- ferior 5 per cent higher. . GREASY WOOIi £30/11/5 PER BALE. " Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., . Longreach, have furnished us with the following fig- ures which show the average realisation per bale and per lb. at the last Brisbane Wool Sales (24th April, 1923) :-Greasy wool : 31,940 bales, of a total 'weight of 10,982,904 lbs, realising £976,366, averaging £30/11/5 per bale and 21.33d per io. Scoured wool : 4,764 bales, of a total weight pf 1,024,103 lbs, realsiing £165,436, averaging £34/14/6 per bale or 38.77d per lb. The total number of bales disposed of , were 36,70.4, of a total weight of 12,008, 007 lbs, valued at £1,141,803. Messrs Dalgety & Co. Ltd., Brisbane, telegraph as under :-Wool sales opened As compared with Brisbane Apri...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brisbane Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

I Brisbane Wool Sales. .vi Winchcombe Carson Ltd Brisbane re iport fSales opened today, Continental selection. . |Very few good wools offering, generally .-¿?show in g droughty appearance. Prices jfpompared with last sale, good wools par to f per cent easier, other descriptions par. '(jScoureds generally 5 per cent higher, occasionally more. We sold : f Greasy-Roberts & Co, Shirley, Psd 28d, sold 25|d,. 23Jd. Edkins Campbell - '& Co, Eyrie, Psd 23d, sold 21¿d, .broken 22¿d. E. G. Blume, Yanburra, Psd 28¿d, a$]d 27£d, 25¿d, 26£d, 24¿d, 24fd. F" Elliott, Barcaldine, sold 24|d, 23¿d, 23£d. GllPorter, Marchmont, sold 3Iid, Psd 26£d sold' 27¿d, broken Psd 26id" sold 235d, ^ lofs 13*d. Westcöt Bros, Catumnal, Psd 2||, 22d, sold 21|d. McQueen A Dunne, lj|ngreach, Psd 24d, 22|d, sold 23^, 22¿d. Bairne Bros, Burnside, Psd 25 jd, «old 25|d Rowe & Haviland, Longreach, sold 23Td, 2dfd, 20|d, broken 22¿d. Rutherford & Avery, Avondale, Psd 26id, sold 25£d, 20fd 20j...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

. ; .iàjmw. m^/, ? . . Limited. ? ^Á-^^mM IMPERIAL HOTEL : BÜIfcÉftjSia^^Sfe^' Agency Ltd., Wool and ^rodüc^Bröl^S Agencies- . ? t« Queensland Trustees Limited.-; . ' ^Northern Assurance Company. A. H. McNICOL, Electrical Engineer. H IQ rt EST GRADE ELECTRICAL. INSTALLATION;^ 5»v; " ¿ND REPAIRS. ^ K *V-"---Í 'RV¿_. 4 - IA "I 1 .-Si A .Se.cujre .ou^qf^'tation for- . -V /i -.* Town Lighting Installation, r cbuntry Houje Instalfationr -Telephone. Systetrts.< ¿r/tfäg;^ Radio Apparatus. * . \ t ^ Phorie Wi. LONGREACH. Box 54 EÉ f!^*r"W^S' Jt 'cipes -not ^natter whether\a 'xntn *; 'r *"~\! |= V^l/i wants'a Pla^¿W-h¡A?Tennis%ror Vj "fä ' 'I fl t4> il 'Shí¿&~£uj^ satiny A j if $"1 $ 1 him "as'to appearance, quality and ', kl -¿ r.-* líj "¡Y ' We* c^rry ,?l^0t]mP^ete stock of Shirts N p p"^' . - I " íi kl if Í in ali stylés ^*and~ materjalsn the^pro-. ?> . Jil I« 1 j ra ducts of^répútablc^Shir^^ SV^A I C "I == Yôti can rely on' àny SJ^irtrboiighi àiercf' ~-¿" s*' .\ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

SPECIAL Ajr>VER^E]Stó?íTS. " Situations Wanted, Fori Sale, Etc. .;. ;?' Sixteen Words : .1/6 for one insertion, S'/-\ for two insertions, ^ahd- 4/6 for three insertions. Twenty-four Words : 2/3 for one insertion; 4/6 for two insertions, and ,6'/6 forIthréo insertions; .' ' ' . ,l¡;ns Thirty-two Words : 3/- for one insertion^, «/- for two insertions; :-anct..W%ty*<4'hr0G<. insertions. ' , " ' -"V These rates are for Caah ,in/Advkoli|f:i If booked, ordinary casual Ajhäx&vlWn&l rates- will be charged. v :. y VS- /M^ifc^iSs^^ÄV'«.

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Estimating Distance. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

** Estimating-Distance. , (-' ?-r^'Rgc'è'Ât:- "m e nt i on of the khowíedge ;whl"ch '', jih0&yer¿íjge Australian aboriginal possesses'' V;Íi^TCigard to . "relative distances, brings to .;' mind'an experience which-a friend of mina eihcpun'tered in the Noi'thern ~J Territory ."' .'fí^rrites Ni. H, in the Daily Mail.> In com planyr with an aboriginal boy, he set out from"; Daly Waters to pick up a certain camel-train,with which he was to connect at" a^'given spot. As the day progressed hevinquired of the boy as to the distance yet.'to; be travelled. "Fifteen Mile, boss". À'^tîhë'hours passed, he inquired , of the b,óyr,agaih the distance remaining. "Seveh teen^mllé, boss," was the answer this. time. Somewhat mystified at the conflicting re lilies,': he made an effort-to induce the boy tô-'bé; .more definite. "Well,-boss, you re- member that tree fallen along road back there,"-he asked, indicating á well-known" land-mark, "well, it'll be - about that - - far again;" -When, a...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

G.E. HOMELIGHT & POWER UNIT GUARANTEE© for 1 Year ECONOMICAL Mechanically Sound. . Engine can be used {or PUMPING, SAWING, Etc. 1£K/W\-3 Oat Put. Fitted with ' Brith Exide Battery. Air Cooled v No Troublesome ? Joints. Starts by Pressing a Button. 120-180 EDWARD STREET, Brisbane. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT ÄND COIPAif, LIMITER, ^ N ROCKHAMPTON, WOOL & PRODUCE . f STOCK & STATION BROKERS, - AGENTS LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES rando on the ensuing WOOL CLIP/and on J all,STATION".-PRODUCE and-SECURITIES. " Consignment of "WOOL, SHEEPSKINS," MARSUPIAL SKINS, ..HIDES, . TALLOW)'&c.>-received for sale"in the,Colonial or London Ma?kets. . - All Stock, ;Sfetioni:!Pinaricial, Shipping, and Insurance . \ - business transacted. «*? r s Proceeds held in Trufet for, Clients.- * v i i Returns^rendered with promptness;^'' "ii GENERAL ÄQ-ENTS " IN QUEENSLAND ; ;fôr> tné.-l^WBSTEE3mv > ASSURANCE ^COMPANY. ; ' FIRE ...^ AND MARINE POLICIES ^.r -' .r (issued arid claims;: sett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

¡¡¡^^ is Always Several Consignments of Pottery and i if General Storekeepers, 'Jr ''^¿OT^<3'R)E7^@H- MOTOR '@^á^^^KlÍSji|S M "*.'V-"- \ .->. ls Where YOU will Qo . ;^ 'i|8ÜÍÍSlSÍi^¡ I .'-,4;'':^';".For-# ADVICE, _SERVÍCE, and REPAIRS, 4 I Because they are*well equipped and stocked and manned by experienced men: | S%i The? d° Conscientious work at as LOW a Pigure as possible, especially for those who ar|»Ioyal .- and''suppor|^||^|í|& lt Buy Your CARS and ACCESSORIES from. i$^m*;{f^^^ * it will enable them to give service and keep REPAIR COSTS DQ^fei|||iÉ JP' And enable YOU to keep your Car Up-keep as LOW AS POSSIBLE^||||f|p «iiw»wuM»iwi"*'i'"»«'"'''lni"llww""'1 1 ' ' ?:"''"'»r*'i"?'''.'l'>*..

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The New Umbrella. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

..v;:Wïnte": ¿ an¿. rainy days require frequent pppfàctg&t;-tïié umbrella, and the latest faa-" ibibn*?pyörseas sensibly demands utility be-' foreÄ. föstid ious n eat ness. They are down- : ? right;^iad uncompromising, and,, make no -pretensions., whatever to slimness or smart-." nelss." ..On the contrary, the latest umbrellas glory ha being plain and homely and having : lio Nonsense about them. The time is long past when it was' ashamed of its ugliness in -fact, Sairy Gamp is herself once more . stoutly \and brazenly. . The latest styles*^ ate short and stumpy, with hardly any férule : tö speak of, .and there is not even an-elastic band. The handle is sometimes formed by : a grinning idol or an animal's head. The : stick may be of : any kind .of Avood, ^and pf j (.ahy colour, to match the pouter covering; Red lacquer, a. painted imitation of míala- : ,fchite¿TOalác'cá ctlrièï . pr >tortoiseshell- are .ally -. ^sed. V .^ "-,:'¿y. :: .. - ?;.";>-?. :} z;^0:ßß-v

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THE SENIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

THE SENIOR MATCH. Bunn kicked off for Blues, the Blacks defending the station end, Campbell re- turned, and Woulfe sent out on the full From the scrum the ball went loose and Delaney securing, with Aitchison close, dropped the ball back to his partner, who kicked and Bunn marked. The game had started at a rattling pace, Aitchison, Ross, and Delaney putting in -some fine attack, Bunn being most prominent in defence. The Blacks were getting the ball from the scrum and Campbell was setting his line to work in fine stylo. From a mark Bunn returned and Aitchison secured, trunsfer- bring to Ross, to Delaney, who returned to Aitchison, the latter placing down near the corner. Aitchison's kick failed. Black 3, Blue nil. Shortly after the kick out Tabart stopped a determined Black forward rush. and Bai'tholomew relieved. In the ruck Howard showed out, and from an exchange of kicks Campbell sent out on the full. From the scrum Blues obtained possession and attacked, a free to Blacks giving li...

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News Epitome. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

News Epitome. Wreckage found at Prince of Wales Is-* land,' in the Gulf, which was brought to Brisbane on the St. Albans on Friday, tijas been proved not to belong to the Douglas Mawson. A .meeting of representatives of country districts in Brisbane on Friday last decided that the Country party should conitnue . ita independent course, both as an organisa- tion and a party, and that steps be taken to organise every country electorate through out the State. The Brisbane Tug Co. ¿td:, has pur- chased a new steamer, the Doomba, for excursion purposes. A devastating fire broke out at the, San- down meatworks, near Sydney, late on Thux-sday night, and it is estimated that the damage will amount to £250,000. . In Melbourne on Friday Nurse Mitchell was acquitted on a charge of attempted murder. The intrusion of sport into the sacred atmosphere of the Sabbath was deplored by a .speaker at the Methodist Conference in Adelaide. He declared that the, Sundaj sporting crowds were setting, up a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

THEW J 57-59 SYDNEY ARCAM. S I CORNER GEORGES ^§§¡1^ f i KING Sig SYDNEY. /^^^^^ \ I. RESTRUNG THROUGHOUT^^^^^^^^^I I i SUPERIOR ENGLISH /(^^^^^^^^r S ';V'': ,;:|: ENGLISH BEST ß^^^^^ { g m^SyREPA. RS S » ?.j- tlof xá^iN&itSTRINGS.0OWN0RCROSS ! - Hi N?2 Wffflr 99 PER STRING f> I J v .y4^«ACQUET-S SENT MRCEI5 POST j j F COST 9P CASH WIÎH ORDERS, j ; ¡ : I I AM PROMPT wini (.OUJVTKÏ ORDERS g MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events Local and Southern. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For All LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P. O. BOX 0, LONGREACH. ? H. HOLLOWOOD HAIRDRESSING and BILLIARDS (De Luxe) Central Hotel Building:, Longreach. Ihave conversation with Brother George regularly. AGENT FOR GOLDEN CASKET. Good Stocks of Tobacco, Pipes, Fancy Goods, &am...

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Statement of Receipts and Expenditure. SHIRE FUND ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

j i _______ -Statement of Receipts and Expenditure. : i i ? _ 1 SHIRE FUND ACCOUNT. \ RECEIPTS. December 31, 1922. To Rates Received General » ' ,» " General » " General » .. Special Burr »» " Special Burr >, " Special Burr " " Sanitary >, M Cleansing » ,, Interest " " Interest >, " Interest Sanitary Expenses " Account Refund on Pans "Water Supply Recoupment Treasury E. L. Loan Electric Light Revenue Account Special Loan Rates Longreach Standpipe Longreach Cemetery Arrilalah Reserve Camoola Reserve Street Lighting Rates Refund of Wages Division 3. Alice Tank Rent Motor Boat Pees Proceeds, Sale of Horses Rent Clerk's Residence Longreach Reserve Shire Hall and Offices Rent Maneroo Tank Dog Registrations Goat Registrations Miscellaneous Licenses Longreach Pound Public Saleyards Incidental Expenses Petty Cash Infectious Diseases Refund Insurance Policy Swimming Baths Received from Treasury' (Baths Loan) , Refund Main Roads Board , Balance 31/12/22 Division Division Division Div...

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BLACK B. DEFEAT BLUE B. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

BLACK B. DEFEAT BLUE B. This match was under the charge of a new referee to the district ? in the person of Mr. W. Quaine, whose handling of the game showed that he has a very sound knowledge of league football. He was as- sisted by Messrs E. H. Glasson, A. M. Sav- age, and E. Bailey as linesmen. Early in the game W. Ellis had a shot at goal from a penalty, but failed to negotiate the bar The Black .forwards were working well to- gether, and carried the ball to within 10 yards of the Blue line, where, from a scrum J. Ellis sent to Smith who trans- ferred to Hudson, the latter working.his way through. B. Setter failed with the kick. Blacks 3. Blues nil. In play Blacks attacked, and Dave Gavin relieved with a good line kick. Hudson, for the Blacks, was next prominent, and showed his opponents that he can side- step as well as gallop. Securing Hudson side-stepped, and transferred to J. Ellis, to W. Smith, to Glbbard, . who touched down in good position, J. Ellis adding the extras. Blac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUNIOR MINOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

JUNIOR MINOR MATCH. The junior minor match again ended in favour of the Blacks, this tfme 9 to 3. For the Blues B. ' Nehmer scored a good try (by following up) for the Blues, whilst for the Blacks J. Wyland, H. Volling and A. Volling each scored a try. For the losers B. Nehmer, L. Meyers, and "Sparrow" Howard shone out, and for the winners J. Wyland, W. Affoo and T. O'Farrell were prominent. Both teams handled the leather well, and some good passing rushes were displayed by both sides. Mr. F. /B. O'Rourke gave every satisfaction with the whistle, while Messrs M. Taylor and R. Woulfe were line umpires.

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Thoughts of a Shearer. Written for The "Leader," [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Thoughts of a Shearer. Written forVThe ''Lreader/' Now, I sometimes sit and wonder, "When a shearer throws a seven ; Will old Peter recognise him, If he draws a pen in Heaven. .? Peter, he was once a bagman, . Carrying bluey through the land ; When he knows a bloke's a shearer, T'is ten to one he'll understand. » ' He will understand their hardships, How they sweat and -rip and tear ; Por when the sheep are hard and horny, It Would make an angel swear. ' Then, perhaps he'll treat them kindly, When they reach the far off land ; Just to keep the rousies from them, This one favour they'll demand. He won't want a harp or banjo, , V : Or a crown " upon his head ; X<et him keep his greasy trousers, : And a wool bale for a bed. . , Just a spell ; no noisy singing, ;, He won't neecj the angels call ; {?'?-', You just bangkthe iron at daybreak, For a feed-a sausage ball. And should any (big gun shearer, Put a record, tally out / Senti a cable straight to him, .j T'will be somethin...

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Longreach Shire Council. Financial Statement for Year Ended, December 31st, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Longreach Shire Council. - . VJ » - Financial Statement for Year Ended, December 31st, 1922. ¡ _ ? '-?- ; SPECIAL LOAN AND WATER SUPPLY ACCOUNT. 1 RECEIPTS. Bank Balance Bank Balance Special Loan Water Supply Rates Received Special Loan. Rates Received Water Supply Refund Refund Special Loan ? Water Supply 76 12 1083 12 30 3' 1802 6 900 0 0 3800 0 0 1160 6 0 1832 9 0 4700 0 0 £7692 14 0 EXPENDITURE. By Maintenance " Repairs to Mains " Salaries Wages " Interest on Treasury Loans " Redemption Treasury Loans " Construction " Office Expenses " Motor Cycle Account " Refunds to Shire Fund " Stationery _ " Petty Cash " Bank Charges " Bank Balance Special Loan " Bank Balance Water Supply 775 3 2 260 1 6 152 15 3 231 7 7 138 8. 9 62 ll 3 12 15 0 17 7 3 5 18 0 8 6 9 3 0 0 1 \0 0 993 10 6 5030 9 0 £7692 14 0 BALANCE SHEET. " J LIABILITIES Treasury Loans Water, Supply 3597 7 Capital Account & £14985 12 ASSETS. ^ Arrears Water Rates ,, Special Loan Rates Shire Fund Special Loan Account S...

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FOOTBALL. —: o: — SUNDAY'S MATCHES. BLACKS WIN IN ALL THREE GRADES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

FOOTBALL. --: o : SUNDAY'S MATCHES. BLACKS WIN- IN ALL THREE GRADES. Sunday's football attracted another large attendance at the local grounds, and by the time the senior match had started the stand was well filled. The football showed an improvement on previous weeks, the pace being much faster, but a lot of train- ing is needed before the teams can be said to be in tip-top condition. The Blacks in each grade ware the victors, the B grade team reversing the drubbing given by the Blues on the previous week.

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THE SOLLEY CUP. THE FIXTURES DRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

THE SOIiLEY CUP. THE FIXTURES DRAWN. At Messrs. Mahoney and Patterson's, on Wednesday night, the fixtures for the Sol ley Cup were drawn, those present being S. Byrne (Longreach), E. H. Glasson (re- presenting Aramac), and F. B. O'Róurke (representing Barcaldine), together with Press representatives. The Press repre- sentatives assisted in the drawing, which resulted as follows :- ' Emerald v. Barcaldine, at Emerald. Longreach v. Emerald, at Longreach. Barcaldine v. Longreach, at Barcaldine. The selection of dates for the playing of the matches were left to the respective leagues concerned to arrange.

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Expiring Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Expiring Leases. Following on the recent movement o the part of Barcaldine people in approach lng the Government to refrain from grant lng certain lease exchanges, the matte has been taken up in a wider sense locall; A petition is now being circulated locally fe signature which protests against any ester sion or exchange of leases as a matter < State policy. The Petition reads : "To The Honourable Edward Georg Theodore, Premier, and the Legislators c The Honoured House of Assembly of Th Parliament of Queensland, "Having reference more particularly t matters transpiring in connection with cei tain Pastoral Sheep Lands held unde Lease and together with Leases expiring i the Central Western District your Pet] tioners are emboldened to address you D reason of the attitude adopted by the Hon ourable Premier in his Policy speech unde the heading of "Western Sheep Lands" an< also his final utterances to the Elector prior to the recent Elections which read "The Labour ...

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