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Orphan Homes. ST. GEORGE'S, PARKHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Orphan Homes. fji ?- : o :--- ... " î :"., ST. GEORGE'S, PARKHURST. (Í ? These homes for any child in need of'äy home are being built 'just outside Bock«" hampton, on the North. Coast line,, at Park* . hurst.- The,'area of ground bought by the]; ..Church-of-England for the'scheme is 176-,' acres. Each home is to contain 25 ,chil«f . rdrenr who'go to the, local State School. The : first -home was opened in-December; v 1922, ' and is fullfof children.' Canon .Kennys . who-is tlie Chaplain and organiser for the : ? scheme, spent- part of Wednesday and : /ThursdayVahd. Friday last week in. Lopg-i reächi-arranging for the raising of funda: vtcT!'build -af- second home this yean 'Canon! genny's plans of action is small- efCorts_in/ ?fi ¿i,multitudes of ..places and by this" means.; h'o hopes^torhave by'thç. end of.-August or;. early ..in. -September at least- £2 OOO1. From . tHe' whole of the. Central- district, so far, about £850 has« been- assured. Mesdames Musgraves, Boldeman, and ~ Sc...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Reviews. Is there a Criminal Type ? In the cur- rent number of The Detective Magazine . (April-13) is an article under this heading written by Dr. Bernard Hollander. He writes "most English experts on criminal anthropology agree there is no definite criminal type .... We have no pre- cise data as to what constitutes a good or a bad head, a moral or a criminal one." There are in addition to articles dealing with the skill pf the scientific detective and things that haye had the plain-clothes min liked by the crook, etc., some gripping tales of the ways and characters of the knights of-the-jemmy, and an instalment of* a dra- matic serial story "The Man who' lost an Hour" by Francis Marlowe. Our copy is from T. F. Barker, bookseller and stationer, Longreach. The May Premier Magazine has a further instalment of that remarkable romance by Robert W. Chambers "The Girl from "Paris". This is a story of a girl -who died and came to life again, it is an attempt to bridge the gulf that separat...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Western Q Co., Ltd. Barcaldine. B* "'ijEL»ING Contractors, Painters, Plumbers, Etc., are prepared to give quotes-for all classes of Buildings and Repairs, Erection of "Windmills and Tanks, or for Tour Painting Job. Agents for COMET "WINDMILLS. Competent Staffsln all Branches are at Your Service. We appreciate your en- quiries. PHONE 146, BARCALDINE, or R. G. Cowan, 309, LONGREACH. ç6 So Much Depends on Your Dress Jlccessories /J FINISHED appearance is possible only when due regard is paid to the smaller accessories of dress. You have your Frock or your (ostume, but what about the accessories ? - Dainty Silk Gloves, Hosiery, Handbag, Sunshade, to mention but a few of the essentials necessary to impart that finished tone to your appear- ance. Visit our Fancy Department. Here you will find all these little items in the smartest of styles, good assortments, and what is equally important, at prices most economical. Don't forget the finishing touch - Visit our Fancy Department To-day. The...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BRISBANE NOTES. (From Our Own Correspondent). —:0:— THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

BRISBANE NOTES. -. .v." ; v(From Our Own Correspondent).- .-. ;v -'-:0:- ". - ' ' . , " - THE NEW PARLIAMENT. Í»"' "All-the fume and the fireworks- of the - i.v flections -have; gone. 'Nobody is worrying-. : ' here very much now ,about' what happen ed^ . .-realising that Labour having won the battle-.-; . .~what cannot be cured must be endured.-" . .Interest is now developing in the new Par " lianient which will meet m July. It is1 claimed that the Labour moderates are ip" :"the ascendency, and some of them, häve said plainly that they are quite unconcern-. r-ed about the party's objective, .and intend to ? v-take'no notice of it. On. the other hand, »?-a- minority "of the party are- extremists: and will doubtless try , to bring some. . outside . ..pressure on the Government to make it go ; much faster, than. Mr.-Theodore has any inrj*; vtention: pf "going. -That- might^ eventually . "I:-lead. to- complications; In the; party/ : itself." . - JThe otfiér "dayJa moderate of some autho...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

' . This week .we are Having a Parliament".-^; eío£jeómji),ércé: :Sltting in Brisbane. It ianthe*-'.";; v.;annuaf -eongress^of the-Xssociated Chamr' v 'bers'ot'-Gommefc© of Australia, consisting of: ^delegates from all the capital cities and fromivarioüs: other pdaces as well as.from-; K" Queensland. In numbers the Congress iB.: .. "^nearly as strong as Parliament itself, and-: i£in -point of discussion and debate it is~prob .'j^abW-. 'infinitely stronger, - embracing as . it > -does some of. the ablest commercial men in... . i, the Commonwealth. A very- large number y ir of subjects are to be discussed, some very > ".'..profound and weighty problems - beings J -. tackled. The Congress of course has only the power of recommendation to the diff .. erent Governments, but there is hardly any doubt about the influence of such : a-'. "body, J During the stay of the Southern-v.-' ??¿members of the Congress the opportunity ? .->?is,.b©ing taken to give them a greater in^:..-* .? ¡...

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

I MOTORING NOTES. | I. The four-speed gearbox is at last coming «Í° ' own- Jt was at on© time con- sidered that small powered vehicles should have three-speeds'and :the/ big powered, vehicles four. It seems a remarkable-<fact tnat it ls only recently that the advantages of, four-speeds for the small powered' vehicle haye been- recognised. Obviously thc more narrow the margin as between power and work the more the necessity for the inclusion of a fourth speed, and7 with Mthe more general use bf the small engine .J&his has been \borne in upon-the manufac |Murer a;nd designer; If a driver wilt use tils ?gf; "changes intelligently the more- ratios vMSfoas' the more efficient will his power .Jpnamiasion become and th© niore eco fggfelcally will he bé able to use hïs"fuël.v ,fflp?.Pins in a.low gear too; long because^tho î|H|P UP to the .next gear is too high results «phefficient -running Also there is a ten- ' ¡Wgicy to stay too long on top before chang- es down, -whic...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australia's Future Freedom. CAN WE LOOK TOWARDS THE SKIES. TAKE AN INTEREST IN AERONAUTICS. (Written for "The Leader" by "H.F") [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

y Australia's Future ^Freedom. " ""-- : ó : --T***' "' CAN WE LOOK TOWARDS THE SKIES. TAKE AN INTEREST IN AERONAUTICS. ' CWritten for "The Leader" by "H.F")" . - "Australia ! iLand of "the .Free" is oft-quoted epithet ; but is. none the less very true one, arid freedom hjis become . undetachable part- of the Australian's ni ional character. Our fair land has never had its baptis of bipod, and has never felt the conque clutch, or the ravage of civil warr leaving .b hind their litter of miseryand desolation The years.haverolled byraryï a.gerieratii anda half has passed while we still rema free and. disturbed: Australia fought f her freedom, in the Great - War;-but tl real realisation of what that world strugg menas to us, pf how we obtained our fre dom the miseries of warfare, of what Frani Belgium, and many other countries suffere has come with but small impression to i here in our quiet and undisturbed , home We are as a people detached, viewing fro: afar the problems of the world. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Vestey Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

?-£>ii|^£^ ? -Sr :. -v^r: j " Vestey Brothers/ V It'ís. säid:^ proprietors " oj&îti&Qw^ïn Meat Works, -aré "likelj^> .tó y closedown- fdr-jjood in Australia (sayä^ thie . - V'^»i^öri^nd'''Gräzler7).' It seetng thatî thef ' . firm^annot come to any agreement \yith-the Federal' ^Government on the question : "of ; reopening the works next year. The reat works at Parap are said to have cost over a\ million pounds, and the Vestey;?''. Bros. . have^ invested some two million in meat works "and station properties in Australia. The. closing- down.of ^uch works and. the abandonment óf _ these; undertakings?..willr be"«.' serious, loss, especially to many...res-' ,ident's~~ô'f .the- Territory. - ?-? íW^¡&S^-''P*" ; "¿ " ':' ' ; ' ; xC ^' ::" ^ ?

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Wedding Bells. —: o: — MANN—GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Wedding Beils. -: o : ? MAXN-GIBSON. A quite wedding was solemnised in the Methodist Church. Longreach, on the 16th May, the contracting parties being Mr. H. G. Mann, second eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. S. Mann, Longreach, and Miss Marie Elizabeth Gibson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr. J. M. Gibson, of Koongal, Rock- hampton. Miss Betty Gibson, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. F. G. Clarke gave the bride away. Captain Col- lier, of the Salvation Army, filled the roll of best man. The Rev. B. Powell was the officiating clergyman.

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

JOOOO ooOoo ooOoo ? ooOoo Let the Postman Bring you the World's News Every Morning. PUBLISHED Every Week Day and Sunday. .-.Will keep yoi* tn touch with the world's happenings. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Postage paid -within the Commonwealth: Daily Paper: Quarterly. 14/ Half-Yearly.-.. 28/ Yearly. 56/ Saturday only (per An.) .. .. . 14/ Sunday Mail (per An.) .. .. 15/ The Daily Mail 292-294 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE, Series 4. 2 --g> o o 00000 ? 00000 : ? - - 00O00 ooOo< * NOTICE HOWARD and HANCOEN are prepared to undertaken contracts for Sub I Artesian Boring and'Water Finding ' Supply Guaranteed. No Water, No Fay. " "Correspondence Invited. First-class Testimonials. Terms on Application to-. HOWARD AND HANCORN. Tclcpbone 181. Kingfisher-st, Longreach {Arthui J. Simmonds i PHARMACEUTICAL . . . \ ? ... CHEMIST Eagle St« Longreach* ¥ i " JkiíENT FOR NYALLS FAMILY . REMEDIES HIDES, - SKINS etc., etc., SAVAGE BROS. I BUTCHERS, LONGREACH, *% are CASH ( Buyers of ¡Skins, Hieles, etc....

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

C ^-!- ; I' Fox-trot - One-step j 'j ALTHOUGH father doesn't dance * J ii JL \ now he still joins in the fun j I of the younger folks-and has a S J ¡ good time doing it,*too. H'' . if Later he will put on a few of his jj ;| j own favourite rolls-when all the ¡ i j house is still and only a half-hour 1 [ '.' and a good smoke stand between i , j himself and sleep. !! II J Only one half-hour ..- yet full of the calm, that j j ' li good music always brings-*a- solace to tired 1 jj j brain and weary nerves. BP AT U ^ COMPANY T HTY} j JLrfX%JUJQ (QUEENSLAND) Xii XJ . 1 I William St., Rockhampton i Head OSes: 90-92 Queen St.. Brisbane (opp.Pike Bros. Ltd.) j ? "BILLY" BOWYANG, Ladies and Gentlemen,-MY COUNTRY COUSIN ! THOUGH we fulfil the same office for humanity we move in different spheres of life. "Billy" hasn't got much polish but he has a wonderfully comforting way with him. Conjointly we have had a wide experience of people's taste in Tea and we have come to the conclusion that KING ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Aramac Notes. —:o:— [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Aramac Notes. -. : o : Weather.--The weather is again getti Vvwarm and\at times clouds are banking i ¿1111^0 rain. The surrounding count '.T'-VisÇ feeling the pinch' now, and unless ra ;; comes before next September things w look very serious. '.?Personal.-Mr. C, Hurst, of Kenna ; Coy, who has been staying at the Marathi Í-Iptel, left for Longreach on Wednesday.' , Mr, E. G. Parnell, of Brisbane and Fo tuna, is still in town on business.-Mx\ : .. W, Bowyer, a well known citizen of An mac, left for England on Monday la« Mr. Bowyer, who has been a resident i Aramac for over 40 years, has gained tr ' respect of. every citizen in the town. It wi his individual effort.: that gave Aramac th railway, which is now one .of our bei assets... Besides being chairman of th Slilre Council, Hospital, and School of Art i -Mié is superintendent of the Marsupial an ': jDingo Board, and many other institution fv jmve profit by his ability and efforts.-M; : ' 3B\ Southgate, of Queensland Nationt !Ban'k...

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

' THE-"EXHIBITÏONT - , . j '^:VtejytorâTto~.tlie Brisbanes-Shpyy this year ? will4 be ?. astonished. at-.the-vast- improvements carried out since lasjt "August.1^ ' A huge double-decker /-grand-stands-capable of ??.seatinff>from:^.6:po.0^t5'..70.0:0:;?pooplel'--will be ^rWdy;.-£or:^use.-'''>~'-.;The':.'associatlon's>''-:Office,: iwhich vwill"Jnclude a Council stand, general offices, strong roomy -secretary's : office, Press roomj.:, and. other- conveniences,:' will add to ithe.^archijtecturaL "rimE¡rovements~~ now ; in ^co"ufse^of^!completion. -The grand stand de-: sisar provides accommodation f,or 20 shops, , eaeh"-20Tt;'Äby >ÍOft; -The basement, provides .a .magnificent dining-hall with every con > veniente :för;:catering.- IJhe official luncheon , .will-Tin-, f uturfr- be held- in this - hall i® place " ofytli*?Exhibition 'Concert' Hall. What is .known- aV*'Jthe Acclimatisation area, where - previously'* a deep gufley divided-the land ^into-^twpî^seçtionsp: has rec...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

. . . THE OPPOSITION. ' Swtià^is gom hàppenVto the Opposi- tion''side of. the House remains'to he seen; 4>ut; -it is evident that Mr. Vowles has - lost ; ttíef; office pf,; Leader of the.-' Opposition, which-will probably be assumed by Mr. .Taylor, the Leader of ' the United Party. Anti-socialists will be anxious to know the >próspedt^'i>f real unity being reached. . Un fOSfcjjnately the outlook is not too promis- ing..:; In the new Parliament there, will un- doubtedly be two distinct wings of the Op- position, both operating under different ¡leaders, but there may. and probably will ..be Borne form of .working-agreement. A ¡meeting» of-the Country-Party is likely to : rbe'" held shortly, which- may-' result in im -portant developments; :It~is, even suggested, . that there may be a~new leader of the party J and.the adoption. of - a- policy . of . absolute <; isolation.^ \i ¿i>; \-,- : j

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DELAY IS DANGEROUS [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

DELAY KS DANGEROUS - - 'We all remember the pretty story,of ^ ^.'¿^;fhev':lUtÍe;;'herb" who saved hi% native-^.. : f^r^j^U'lage. :m- Holland," by stopping -witli r. - ;?¿ !tós~Üiand, throughout the whole of a ; «stjiläik,'ttunultuous night, the gentle. -V :tr¿ckle of the sea through a leak in the'^ r /,/ ; '"dyke. jHad he not done so the wild . ; sea/must surely have worn its. way *~... through the dyke and flooded the vii- ^ . /'.läge.. .Similar danger threatens us..-j > ^V/Jiere/ Hundreds of backs are aching>y , Î^^>^eôplè; are neglecting this, warn^j^:. i///ingi/apd it's^ so easy to check kidney .^'disease, jf. taken in: 'time. But don|t. '* 'Vv neglect.the.:fir warnings. Read^hó^'^; _;J./the danger.can be," averted. '/ :/v^:;ífe2tev £ Jtáf>:¿fW:~ -«T. -'Davis, carrier, Gfane/V» ' ^S^^è^^nèreach,' says,: "Some ly^ars :^ ¿//?£go':I¿w^ shárp, shoptitigiví > ^^^ms^âx^os s/ní y Joins: - As I;-V¿a5Í^|¿8§^'-. -.'torturé." ^ loused ' liniments; and¿toÓlc;.'^r .niedtciiies...

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CONTRACT V. DAY LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

.^r'Thè:^^ City Coún ..\çiï#.Y£^ arenal ways ; dës jpáríttéiy, in; favour .of the day ^abour system ¿Ijéjn&ü.bser^ work.._- The Coun rcií^?Ko,w'ever; has definitely declared in ^fávóüfrofj;thex " ljabóúr--ráldérnien are not 'satisfied; Last ^^ëäc4'an;.at't'empt was made to. get in the Jthin. eiid 'of the. wedge by attempting to-. ilimdSthëKCounciï to. carr j' JD ut any work or fa^lèsj/yàjlue than £ 500 tlirough--ita-P'wn offi- cers* and" staff. : The Council, however, very Emphatically declined to have its hands tied' ?';^gâinài;"^'TOaking'--a' contract price < which ¿migltt be less than its own staff. could do . the < work for..,

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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LONGREACH RUGPY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

LONGREACH RUGPÏ FOOTBAÎ >h ? LEAGUE. '! i' i? The usual weekly meeting of the i.onSf? reach Rugby Football League was h<'ld in the Queen's Hotel on Tuesday night, «-hen there were present : Messrs S. ry"1? (chairman), G. Savage, J. Foster, W. Mc- Keon, J. Lomas, W. Ferris, A. GebbK'. T. F. O'Rourke, F. McKeon, L. Adam, J. Jîyrne» D. Gavin. E. Bailey, and the secretary (Mc. E. H. Glasson). \ From the Barcaldine League suggesting that the Solley Cup fixtures be drawn, up si that the various leagues concerned can. make arrangements for intertown matches. The league reported having requested r^iiV J* F. O'Rourke to act on their behalf. The Emerald League wrote requesting . in- - formation as to Solley Cup fixtures.-j-De cided on the motion of Messrs. O'Rourke and Ferris that the fixtures be drawn on the following night. From the Longreach Ambulance stating that non-attendance at the football matches was due to oversight in the flx'st instance and on the second occasion owi...

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LONGREACH REFEREES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

, LONGREACH REFEREES* ASSOCIA- TION. On Wednesday night last a meeting of" Longreach referees was held, at which Mr. S. Byrne presided. It was decided to form a Longreach Referees' Association, the fol- lowing six gentlemen having agreed to be- . come members : Messrs. S. Byrne, E. l-l. Glasson, F. B. O'Rourke, H. Sykes, W.. Quaine, and A. Savage. Mr. "Byrnes was ^ appointed president, Mr. Sykes vice-pren ident, Mr. Glasson secretary, and Mr.. Quaine delegate to the League. A list on referees for various matches up to July wa>i ^ drawn up, and rules considered, and both ^ items are to be passed on to the League for endorsement. J

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

The Wines Which Made Australia Famous. PENFOLDS LARGE ASSORTMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM. QUALITY GUARANTEED. Minchinbury Sparkling Wines. EQUAL TO IMPORTED AND. LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE. THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN & co. SOLE A'GENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND.' A Home Away from Home. ;~ ~ >'?>$#$-i; 'fJ--:",y:'-.-X^^ Equal to any First'Class City Hotel. V ' V' ;, 4^t . ' f1?* v.'* V COMMERCIAL \ " { ' r (Under Vice-Regal Patronage.) \^f3^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Q^ 'EAGLE STREET, LONGREACH, ^^^^^^^^ppi^pp^p^^^^ First-Class Accommodation.' . . ^^^^Ê˧i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^ Secure Garage, C.T.Á. House. ' -' ^ervice (with a capital §) AT COMINO BROS. -tii ^»i» . .? . Mt ?'??tïl ..'a . v : Í£S^Í"''- OUR NAME AND FAME Extend to Other Parts. "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 just recently. SO YOU SEE Our Service Compares With The Best. We have just ¡anded a Choice...

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Latest by Wire. —: o: — MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 1 June 1923

Latest by Wire. ->. : o : - MELBOURNE, Thursday. While the train waa travelling- at the rate of 40 miles an hour, a prisoner Who waa being escorted to the Ballarat Gaol 'com- plained of feeling ill and with the permis- sion of his escort entered a lavatory, - and two minutes later it was found that the prisoner had escaped. The line was searched, but not a trace was found. The police are now scouring the country. SYDNEY. Thursday. He thought the little boy waa a girl and enticed him on to a vacant land for im- moral purposes. This is part of the con- fession alleged to have been made to the police by Leonard Lovett, who yesterday waa charged with the murder of a flve P year-old boy named Percival Garratt. The accused was remanded to June 7th. Lovett, whose age was given as 17 years and 10 months, arrived from London as an assisted immigrant last August. A post mortem examination'revealed that the boy died from suffocation. BRISBANE, Thursday. A meeting of the executive council of...

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