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Dissatisfied Firemen. DEPUTATION TO FIRE BRIGADE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Dissatisfied Firemen. DEPUTATION TO FIRE BRIGADE BOARD. The Longreach Fire Brigade has labo against difficulties for many years, ai was not to be wondered at that the arrived, as it did on Monday night when the men would have reached stage of discouragement when they It useless to go further. A wet pra< was held on the night In question, and "wet" portion was more a name than a ality, for, according to the firemen could only get steam and vapour thrc th« hose. On the night in question water pressure was low, and the firem efforça to get a good flow through the h were rewarded by but little water. W tho men returned to the brigade stat there were many mumblings of res ment, and some suggested that the gade resign in a body. Better judgrc prevailed, and it was decided to send deputation to the board. For the purpose of hearing the dep; tion a special meeting, of the board held on Friday night last, when there w present : Messrs. G. Meacham (chairim R. Curtis, T. F. Barker, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

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. 4$4Ê Comprising all kinds of Dinnerware, Cups< and^Saucers,Jugs^^^ Dishes, Toilet^ Sets/Bowls, &c, &c. The Well-known - Anglo Enamelware\l ' ^ . ' , . v, ;_v. ^ - 'ill : ::":.^^:,|:, c :t ; . WEAR BETTER^^^1^ ' s¡¡?S i . Anglo Enamelware ; ' v; - , éà^M( i¿*<4*'..'?4. ' ' ' ~ '. - ' '?' '. .. You'll Look More Stylish. . ??'^^^^ I As||^ They Produce 4' Vpu'H be Proud of the JPineV^aíit^ '> V . " . r >; -? You'll Qet Better Service. tïfelË r' ^.... ' V You'll Save Money. . **. / ' W^^wrt'^k-'Q-' ? " . v . - v :'' ' iNhí I ? V ^ ? - " ' , \ ' vv ' - The Razor that Shärpen^lt?^ ? . / j J 4m ? ; . Z-4?4.^ . . ' / ; ? <rf popular, Itó see 'them f j" , ; ; Abouti Saucepans and Kettles^all^iies. '?, . : ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford News. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

IsisfordNews. / _ Rain.-Ye Gods ! And they call the "West a drought stricken desert. To-day (Sunday, .3rd) we have had inches of it and a hurricane to boot. For the past week it has been hot and oppressive, and when on 'Friday, a north wind sprang up, it looked1 a sure thing for the desired change. Saturday the wind still kept from the same! quarter and by evening the sky was overcast, and anyone with half a nose could sniff the rain in the air. It com- menced tp rain steadily in the early hours of the morning and by 12 noon to-day we had had 220 points, and we heard of similar uaefull falls elsewhere. The breeze freshened; up after lunch and by 4 p.m. it was blowing hard enough to make One anxious \yith continuous rolls of thunder overhead,, In a moment it seemed the storm brpke and a hurricane struck the town. Five or ten minutes and the worst of the b^ow was over, but what a sorry tale of w¿>e it left behind. As I look out I see Pennington's "Isisford" Hotel with half the r'oo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

WRj E. Q. THEODORE, Premier óf Quwnil.nd, who hM jutt, «cored a decisive victory over-his political oW j ponente. »*«.«" ^ ^ 1-? ' --^^»v.»am,vw»w.-.-¿.v»¿>:-.v.v.. ?? ??-x-i.-j;-. ??:-.-a^atag> | THREE 8WEÊT, DAM8EL8 who took part in the Sydney University "Commem." procession. Who would sus peot them of fating husky young male underarads? 1 Ä FOOTBALL I.T .. cidem&i < A,XZ7 teams, IS IN FULL SWING.-Tl a match between the M iyed .' in Sydney recent) re ia a world of action in this in H Zealand^ and Sydney University "COMMEM." DAY.-i.the . some of .the prospective _the route of the prtfceWÍoTL. , ; idea of the Davis Cup selectors, and rs. created quite . lot of excitement elong ^Sydney. _ , 9 MODERN FIRE-FIGHTING.-The occurrence of several big fires in Sydney during the past week, or so, givps particular interest _*o this picture of New York's latest water' towers being tested, --4 . MR. J. B. HAYES, CM.G., Premier of Tasmania. He lt. the political father of ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WORTH REPEATING. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

WORTH REPEATING. -: o : ? HUMOUR-ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. A man is dust". Mixed freely with strong liquor he may turn to mud. * * * * Heard on a tram in Sydney going to tho .'how, Tho country visitor remarked at' the > traffic in the street at one very busy corner. "Yes," said the city friend, "there's only room for two kinds of people in Sydney the quick and the dead." * * * * The most popular prayer in Europe at present is "forgive us our debts." j * * * * y The two richest men in the world make \ motor cars, but the people have to main- tain the hospitals. * * - * * "Now you are surt that you have told me the truth-the whole truth?" said the solicitor. \ "Sartin sure," replied the client ; "ray ' old woman, she' ses, ses she, tell 'im, the truth, an" leave 'im to put in the lies." . * . * "Lo," said the Sympathetic Sage, 'flet us us weep together for the men who, finding work after years of idleness, sicken at the unaccustomed toil, and are unable to con- tinue." "One moment," r...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

********************* £ 1 There is a tide in the affairs of .# ?g- men which, taken at the flood, # * ¿?a<& o» io fortune." * I £5)000 * .JJ. is provided by, the ?# i Golden ! ¡Casket! kt. .... .ff. ^ // may be for you. Who knows-? .g. .lr ^i/r YOUR TICKETS NOWI * .g. J9O «o//a»/ /o participate in .g. ?ii- Drawings which take place about "it1 * CMÎ^ fortnight * ï 813 Prizes .» * £5,OOOto£5 j J (Subie.» to I2i% Federal Tax) J ?X- 100,000 tickets at 5/3 each, add 4d pottage ?g. when writing direct to include fsesult Slip. , ?)(. "jj- Tickets are 6/1 through agents. ^£ ?Jr '-;- * ?it" There are no promoters' profits. jj" J Proceeds in aid or Queensland Hospitals $ jfr Conducted and Drawn under authority «nd ^ supervision of Queensland Government .g. 4t There is no embargo on the delivery of mail to -it the Golden Casket Office ^ ?ir * * MAHONEY & PATTISON * * * * J. CHRISTMAS J J and H. HOLLOWOOr. J * - * * THE MANAGER. 4 * g Golden Casket Art Union, ï J Exto...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Liquorice Root. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

I Liquorice Root. j During the winter months chemists sell j large quantities of "Spanish" or stick Î! liquorice, for making up old-fashioned cough mixture. The "juice" is made from roots grown in Spain and Italy. The fresh Írcots are cleaned and then boiled in water. Afterwards the liquid is dried off, leaving an almost solid black mass. From this the best quality sticks are made by moulding. The brand name is impressed, and after hardening by exposure for some_time in a warm atmosphere the sticks arc ready for packing. stance, whá ment as folk Chronicle" e'o home in a Wirf house of which powei's of evil b' door-lintel of a ruS "For the past 17 have every reason í 'witched'. I believe i; it." A man 73, an old the speaker-a man of and cultured manners. "Up to the time of seconlNylsya he went on, "I should have smiled'*'.. of tolerant superiority had I been a if I believed in witches. "It would be hard for me to say how far my belief in wicheraft goes now. I nm an old man, n poor man...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

«THíS is th a extra pirco of £ í'i-.rnitu. G that the house- wife has been wanting'. Consider the convenience, especially at afternoon t3r.3; no trouble with table and tray; handy in a dozen ways around thc home and in the sick-rcem. This Toa V/ajygon is io Mo and tray combined, ana has the extra advantage of being' on easy running- rubber-tyred castors. A useful and lovely piece of furniture, and a most accept- able gift, in Queensland Oak. PRICE ... S©/© & BRISBANE GEORGE CORNER OF STREET ANN STREET WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LIMITED. WOOIi BROKERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, LONGREACH. ALL information regarding Wool, Stock, Property, Machinery, etc., will be given promptly on application to the Manager-G. A. TAUNTON. Oflliccs-Imperial Hotel Buildings. Harr up Bros. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS. WISH to notify tho Retail Traders and Hotelkeepers of Longreach and District, that they*-can supply Cordials and Special lines of Aerated Waters of the very best quality. Try th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Summons Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

' Summons Court. i. ? . Át the Longreach Sunímons Coui't, be- fore Mr. R. Curtis, P.M., the following cases were dealt with on Wednesday last : The case in which Mr. Janies Forrest is proceeding against George M ed ell, J. Mar- tin, and Charles Stedman for alleged tres- pass was further adjourned to June 22nd on., the application of Mr. R. L. Peterson, v who appeared for the complainant. Mr. Peterson stated that the defendants ad- mitted the charges, but the complainant did not desire to be severe upon them, and no doubt satisfaction woiild have been ar- rived at before the adjourned date of hear- ing arrived. Mr. Peterson appeared for the complain- ant in the case, Longreach Shire Council v. L. Campbell. Mr. Major stated that al- though he had not received explicit instruc . tlons he would undertake to plead guilty for tho defendant, who was unable to appear. Mr, Peterson stated that the facts of the cask were that the defendant was travel- ling stock towards Longreach, and gave no...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Do youJUve in the home of A Silent Piano ? THERE it sdfhds, in lonely gloom close by the wall, an experoiväjjtombstone on the grave of vanished joy. You personally never could play very much, and lack of practice Has still further stiffened your fingers. The children at^only in the five-finger exercise stage and other intere&s have impaired your wife's never-to be-much-talked »out technique. The New Beale flayer-Piano is an instrument which supplies faultlessjtechnique with a rich, resonant tone. Eight expressioi|-devices give absolute tone control, enabling one to pet the fullest wealth of colour and feeling out- of evfry selection played. All that is re* quired is an intelfeent appreciation of rhythm, accent and expression, ff Printed matt« sent post free to any address. "R F A T Tl COMPANY j np FI JD JJrfjC^JL/lJÍ (QUEENSLAND) JU X JL/» L William St.. Rockhampton Head Office: 90-92 Qdfeen St., Brisbane (opp.Pike Bro«.Ltd.) So You are the Tea 'Cosy'! f Well f You have y°ur...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local and General. Standard Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

-'-7-«-". Local and General. --- : o :-r Standard Timo. » . rf ? _. In &e past ^lère has been many di- vergencies in various times obtainable in Longreach, and with à view to supply- ing a standard time the Shire Council made arra.ngern.ents with the Post Office to receive official'time dally. This ls now be- ing securèd, and the Power, House whistle sounds at 8 a.m. correct time and again at 4 p;m., whilst the electric lights are dammed at 8 p.m. precisely. Citizens may/now take these signals as correct and authentic time. j i. _ -.linn » ¡mili. i-ii* "<i "*"'" ?I-'*'-~^**"f-'^r''>>'' Amateur Week Accommodation. . Book now for Amateur Week accommo r dation. Several good rooms still available * at the Commercial Hotel.* 1 ; . Jig^^r^^Àerlal Views ot ^Longreach. .v A, series of above ' views arev obtainable singly or by set at The, Imperial Studios, ^Longreach* ! , 2?2 Mr. R. K. Dobbie, A.F.I.A.¡ and Mr.- Jos- eph:Botten," -M.B.E., have taken over the Account...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IRISH ENVOYS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

IRISH ENVOYS f,.9í "__ r SYDNEY, Thursday. Having decided to conduct their «wn cases before the Board of Inquiry yesterday, the Irish Republican envoys, Father O'Fagan and John O'Kelly, Interrupted thé", proceed- ings with persistent interjection's. ',? The Chairman appealed to them to behave them- selves, and eventually O'Kelly, who; oh Wed- nesday, elected to go to gaol rather than ac-j¡ cept bail, profesed to be so. disgusted with the attitude of the Board that, he, withdrew and, returned to- hts-cell,, leaving O'Fagan ' to fight the case alone. Durlng^the pro- ceedings an interjëètorwas - removed from the court. ./-O'Fagarl' aftd Ó'Kells^^iíre call ;e<j;Upon to show cause, why the^P^ipüld not be deported from the ¿Commonwealth. The case stands "part heard. ; ?"'?'[ STDNETuFriday. When the case against theTfrish envoys >? was continued yesterday by the ^'Common- wealth Board, O^elly failed to'appear; and O'Fagan, when asked if jiè wished; to* give j'teVjidence, appl...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INFLUENZA. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

INFLUENZA. ..V - . ?? «; ' MELBOURNE, Thursday. -A serious influenza- epidemic outbreak has occured here,, ¿and several cases have been diagnosed "as ^néùmflnic. ' Dr. Williams, Superintendent of ' ttíe? Melbourne Hospital, \^tates that 20 cases' of influenza, - including ''pneumonic, Jiètve been admitted'to the '.' v.. .'V^Siipital, three 'tilths- occurring, whilst 8 ^ ^¿vjajpirses and tw^ doctors are down withr in .Y-. Jl^fluenza-.- $r . ' . ^¿é' -^i MELBOURNE, Friday. .*' - ' Ho? d'e^hs from, .pneumonic influenza wer^^rifec^ed yesterday. There is no doubt that w£the 23 cas>3y of influenza in the Mel -bourrîè Hpspital':!-Î^',',a¥e'>'''''|^!|èumonic. A grave" view of the . position is" taken by the authorities, who are táki'ñ|f*-steps tô ascer- tain: how far the epidemic tiàs' spréad.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Select Your Requirements FROM BOLDEMAN'S Now preparing for the Opening of Our New Premises In our Temporary Buildings we are carrying Complete Stocks of . LADIES DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES (Famous Marshall and Palette), MEN'S MERCERY, GROCERIES and PRODUCE. SPECIAL VALUES NOW OFFERING IN DRAPERY and BOOT SECTIONS.; DRY-CLEANING AND DYEING! The Modern Way to Preserve and Renew the Life of Clothes, and all Garments. Gives Appearance, Value, and* two or three times Longer Wear at the Cost of a-Few Shillings. The "ALEXANDER" PLANT THE MOST UP-TO-DATE OF ITS KIND IN AUSTRALASIA. Bi Thc Exclusive Alexander Processes will sav» you many pouiiils a year t»n your Clotlx's' Kill, and ut the sa mo time enable you U> look :is íMiiurtly Dressed as though yon hart' just Ixufrht .Now ' ¡urmer.ts. This ls an investment In' (fhocl appearance th.-u evurybody .should use. Tho Quality of the W'orU ls faultless,* and you CID <'o;iii! on 'yetting: it buck from Alexander'«, as Good as new." Loo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

COSTIVENESS Costiveness is the root of nine tenths of the sickness of man, and a targe, proportion of the sickness of women. It is a simple thing of itself, but, like many simple things, it may grow and become complicated. When the bowels are clogged the waste matter decays and fermenta and enters tho blood, and is carried to all parts of the body, producing-Headaches, Biliousness, Sleeplessness, Heartburn, Losa of Appe- tite, Indigestion, Neuralgia, Rheu- matism, and various other ailments dis- turbing the Heart and . Nervpiii SyatCm, and if continued ia . liable' t< cause Inflammation of; the' Bowels, Liver, and Kidneys.! To maintain a healthy system tho_, bowels should operate at least once every twenty-- four hours. "'This is one of Nature's' wise provisions which is too often ig- nored, and the result is untold suffer- ing. Women . and children are the greatest offenders, but why such should be the case is a problem to be solved. Nature often requires a little assist...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Alleged Horse-killing. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Alleged Horse-klllingf. A Melbourpe message states that James Haffey (40, labourer), who is alleged to have been the perpetrator of numerous horse-maiming outrages in the Caulfield district during the past year, appeared at tho Malvern Court recently. It is alleged that he had signed a confession to having killed a number of horses, including one of his own, and Inter that in the Melbourne gaol he admitted 4 0 other offences of a similar nature. A humane cattle killer was exhibited in the court as the instrument used by accused, who pleaded not guilt, and was committed for trial ut the Su- preme Court. ri \ _

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

ards, Martin Ltd., Are Distributors of r ¡ Are unequalled for economy io fuel. Are perfect Roasters and Bakers. Ü Are guaranteed perfect. . § OOQOO -ooooo---ooooo Martin j BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, : LONGREACH. I Woolgrowers can always obtain from us at current market rates their Shearing Requirements in the nature of _^ ? j Standard Woolpacks, Seaming Twine, Stencil Plates and other Requisites. o : DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED ROCKHAMPTON. We are Agents for and can supply at Best Prices Paling & Co.'s Pianos, Piano Players, Phonographs and Gramaphoriés, Cash or 'Terms. We stock all Accessories-Neddies, etc., Violin Strings, &c. Corona Portable Typewriters, Kodaks of all Descriptions. We carry large Stocks and supply Films, Papers, Chemicals. &e BARKER'S The Leading Booksellers, Stationers, and Newsagents, LONGREACH. 4* The Longreach Hotel Under New Management This Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and is now the most up-to-date Hostelry In CentraJ Que...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

WANTED OVERSEER for. "Western Queensland Sheep Station. Must have satisfactory credentials, good horse- man, and returned soldier. Apply by letter to Wooldridge and Co., Ltd., Longreach. 287 Dobbie d; Batten, ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS; AND TAXATION ADJUSTERS, (Successors to the Accountancy and Taxation business of CANNAN <» PETERSON. -?.?¡. Bank of Australasia Chambers, LONGREACH. A. P. Greenfield eft Co., Ltd., Will professionally visit LONGREACH from 3 .p.m. WEDNESDAY 20th, and until 5 p.m. SATURDAY, 23rd June. And may be consulted at their ~ - private rooms at the COMMERCIAL * HOTEL. PLEASE NOTE,-We do not canvass from housc ,' ~~. to house. Established over 40 years. J 89'191 George^Street. Brisbane. XTT ANTED a Corapitent Typist and Short VV- ?-""?hand Writer. Iv Good opportunity for. progressive Lady, Seply stating; age and qualifications to Box IK; P.O., Longreach. 301 "WANTED hy a Younfc Man, Private Board . T T v .' and Kesidence, ipply this Office. 302 ~--T-i-:-:-rr...

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Fire. N.Z. LOAN CO.'S PREMISES. ROCKHAMPTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Fire. ' ? . u . ----- N.Z. LOAN CO.'S PREMISES. ROCKHAMPTON, Monday. A disastrous fire occurred here at 1.40 o'clock on Sunday morning in the New Zea- land Loan and Mercantile Agency Co.'s bulk store in Quay-street, which runs right back into Quay-lane. When the alarm was ' given the flames, were bursting tlirough the roof and the windows in Quay-lane.\" The brigade took all the available plant, and ran out six lines of. hose, totalling 2400ft. At the time of their arrival the Are had progressed half way through the building towards the front.. Those firemen who ascended the staircase, and tried to fight the fire from there, had a torrid time, and" frequently were driven back. Finally however, they secured a footing. The roof collapsed fairly early in the proceedings, and the flames shot up to a tremendous height, affording a magnificent but' dire spectacle. At 2.30 o'clock it was evident ; that the firemen's efforts to control the fire and confine it to the building would be suc- c...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Hospital. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Longreach Hospital. ''.-- : o : MONTHLY MEETING. The June meeting of the Committee of Management of the Longreach General Hospital was held in the secretary's office .. on Wednesday night last when there were present:-Messrs. F. M'Keon (chairman), - <î. Adam, R. F. Creaghe, H. M. Gallwey, R. Curtis, H. J. Solley, W. Richardson, A. L. Russel. , C. Rawlins, C. Freeman, J. Browne, SV S. Clark, Rev. B. C. Wilson, and the Sec- retary (Mr. F. C. Longworth). Apologies were received for the absence of Messrs. : Durkin and Edkins. Correspondence. The correspondence dealt with included - communications ns follows, which were attended to in the manner indicated: From Miss T. M. Sherriff, thanking the committee, doctor, nursing staff of the in- stitution, and the public ot Longreach for many kindnesses during her term at the hospital and for the farewell accorded her upon her departure from Longreach. From Cannan and Peterson enclosing £5 donation from a client who had commit- ted a ...

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