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Wedding Bells. GIBSON—TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Wedding Bells. -: o : GIBSON-TAYLOR. A very pretty wedding was solemnised on Monday last, at St. Andrew's Church of England, Longreach, the contracting parties being Miss Agnes Emily Taylor, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of "Allambi," Longreach, and Mr. Walter A. Cfibson, second eldest son of the late Mr. W. G. Gibson and Mrs. Gibson, of Brisbane. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. B. C. Wilson. The bride, who was given away by Mr. R. Pollai'd, was charmingly gowned in a cream figured cashmere de soir frock, relieved with pearl trimmings and with wide ppalced tasselled sleeves. A pearl mob cop with veil was also worn. A long double train of cream crepe de chene, lined with pink, was caught at the shoulders with orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of white carnations and lillies with tulle and white satin, streamers. The veil and train were .lent by the bride's sister. The bride's sisters, Mi's. Carswell and Miss Avelyn Tuylor, attended as bridesmaids. They were very prett...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE FREEDOM. (To the Editor Longreach "Leader".) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Correspondence. ? : o : AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE FREEDOM. (To the Editor Longreach "Leader".) Slr,-In the last Issue of the "Leader" H. F. writes of Australia's future .freedom. H. F's. opening statement, "Australia, Land Of the Free" we have heard before. Perhaps were we to analyse the statement we would be not a little surprised to find what it really meant, but at the present moment I am more concerned about other statements by H.F. His assumption, for instance, that the surest way to prevent war is to prepare for it, which he backs by the amazing statement that if England had* been prepared for war in 1914, there would have been no world war. This in face of the facts. Had English diplomatists -early in the game made it clear to Germany that they meant to fight with France, probably there would not have been any world war just then. _ The alleged world menace in Germany is now gone. She is broken and helpless, yet H. F. easily finds another. "Teeming mil- lions in the East rolling and...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PADDY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

PADDY'S MARKET. On Saturday afternoon a Paddy's Market was held in the Shire Hall- grounds, the proceeds going towards the Soldiers' Mem- orial funds. It was opened by the chair- man pf the Shire Council (Mr. Parnell) with an appropriate speech. The stalls-Pro- duce, Sweet, and Refreshment-were ar- ranged about the grounds. A fair crowd at- tended in the afternoon and there was a large ; crowd at night. Dancing was hejd in ¡tho han at night- with; an e^tra admission. The young ladies who were running the dip had a very busy .time; whilst the- shooting gallery and Aunt Sally also- did a good trade. The stall holders were at a great disadvant- age this year, as very little produce could be had, everything being so dry "owing to the drought. The total takings amounted to nearly £100.

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

HOSPITAL COÂOàTTEE. The usual monthly meeting of the Vic- toria Hospital Committee was held in the secretary's office on Friday last, when there were present Messrs. R. Park, J. L. E. Flint, W. M'Bride, JV Farrell, R. H. Clarke, W. T. M'Kie, T. J. O'Connell, Dr. Cook, and . the secretary. Mr..Park..occupied the chair. Apologies were received from Messrs. R. J. McCullough, R. F. Lyons, W. D. Colman, and G. Humphreys. The correspondence included a letter from the H.A.C.B.S Sports Committee forwarding a donation of £2/2/. Tho letter was acknowledged with thanks. À letter from the'Hónie'Secretary's Depart- ment asked for- information for Burdetts Hospital. Tlie " Shire : Council wrote with reference to the septic tank account, . re- ducing the chargé to 30"/ per. annum for 8 services. A good deal of discussion arose, and it was pointed out that it was aptfarert that the matter had not been dealt with .by a full. Council. «Mr. M'Kie moved that the letter be written to the Council asking ...

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

THE RAIN. Hain commenced to fall here early on Sunday morning, and continued on and.off for two' days. A large storm "came up on Sunday evening with very heavy rain and bad lightning gand thunder. The follow- ing rainfálls have been reported:-Barcal- dine 237, Emerald 346, Alpha 256, isisford 429, Coreena, Margot, Curlew, and Mildura 230 to 250, Pendine 248, Scotstown 146, Willoughby 257, Killara 220,"" Clover Hills 220, Beaconsfield 2,06, Jaccondol 310, Bog-, gabri"236. '" \ .<

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

MASQUE AND FAN.CX -BALL. A masque and fancy dress ball was held in the Shire Hall on Monday" night last in aid pf the (T,qw'n. Tennis Club. Although rain fell at intervals - all the day, at night all the rain clouds had; disappeared, and a large crowd attended the dance. Over 30 couple's, took part in the Grand March, which commenced at about .8.30 p.m., and there Avère many very pretty costumes. All the dancers wore masques until 10 o'clock, when the dancers unmasked for the supper dance. Supper was then served in the sup- per room, the long table being prettily de- corated with flowerô'ahdigrçënery: Dancing was then continued until ímidriig-ht.-v

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 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 AGENTS FOR CENTRAL QUEENSLAND. * .'. A Home Away from -Home. 7* ~~T^^PÍ^Í^P1PPP1 ;..;Equal «0 any Rr^Class City Hotel. ? .. M^^^^^M^^t COMMERCIAL . EAGLE STREET. LONGREACH. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ First-Class Accommodation. ' . ' ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Secure Garage, CT,A. House.-L1---:--'? Service (wijth a capital §) AT .» S ?ir OW NAME AND FAME Extend to. Other Parts. "We hâve 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 ':.. . .' ' . '»-es . . Our Service Compares With The Bett. We hate Just landed a Choice Assortment of the World's Best ^ CÄOCOLÄiiS. Ça^bmy's, Lowney's, Nestles', Fry's, and the WeH ^ known' and Favourite OW GQ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Social and Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

$ Social and Personal. Mr. A. Dangerfield, manager of the Loni Teach branch of the Commonwealth ; Ban" .received word on Thursday, that Slr Denn son Miller (Governar of the Bank), he ?died suddenly on Wednesday night. Mr. T. F. Earker left for Brisbane.; ti Monday'^ mail train, and intends intel >' viewing tho State Treasurer upon seven Shire Council matters. During Mr. Bari) . er'« sojourn in Brisbane, he will place* th ' Pire 'Brigade requirements before th - -authorities. " Miss Muriel F. E. O'Malley, (Presenta ;tlon Convent, Longreach), has *secured : pass in the Trinity College of Muslc;Londör " A.T.C.L. (Teachers* Diploma)' Examina ;. ! tion. - » Mrs. D. Cameron; (Barcaldine) who ha been hte guest of Miss Thompson, " POE - Office House", for a few days, returned t Barcaldine last Monday. The many friends of Mrs.^J. G. Rich, o Jericho, who is an iflmate of'the Longreacl Private Hospital, will be glad to know she i making good progress. Mr. D. Boyle, of Upshot, is. an inmate ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Aerial Mail. ADVERSE WEATHER CAUSES MISHAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

The Aerial Mail. ? rn? _. Ali VERSE WEATHER CAUSES MISHAPS. The Queensland and Northern Territory, Aerial Services have been blessed with good running since its inception, but perhaps the work has never been faced with such difficulties as were offered by the heavy winds and rain of Sunday last, and it is indeed creditable that the Cloncurry-Long reach trip was so well negotiated as was tho case in the face of the extremely ad- verse conditions. On Sunday morning the DH4, piloted by Mr. Huxley, left Cloncurry on time, and at "Winton picked up a passenger, Mr. A. C. Wylie. The trip from Cloncurry to Winton was made against heavy winds and rain. The same adverse conditions prevailed on tho Winton-Longreach stretch, and to add to the troubles, when over Breedon (about 40 miles from Longreach), ' engine trouble developed. Mr. Huxley was thereupon com- pelled to land, which was successfully done at a spot about 9 miles from the homestead. Word was despatched to Longreach, and the Bristol...

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

Tennis. ~ _______ . n ' ? # - . v, . On Saturday afternoon last a large num- ber of players and visitors were present at the local tennis courts, for the opening of thc club's tournament, comprising mixed doubles for nominated pairs, ladies' singles and gent's singles handicaps. Twelve couples nominated for the doubles and the play was as follows : Group 1.-Michod, Miss Cochrane v Heard-Miss G. Cochi'ane 5- C, v H. Forrest-Miss Aitkinson 6-6, v Fletcher-Miss Aland 2-6 ; Heard-Miss G. Cochrane v H. Forrest-Miss Atkinson 5-6, v Fletcher-Miss Aland 3-6 ; H. Forrest Miss Atkinson v Fletcher-Miss Aland 2-6. Group 2.-rCoar-Miss Thompson v Wil- son-Miss Major 6-2, v Campbell-Miss Coade 6- 4, v Pollard-Miss Meacham 2-6 ; Wilson Miss Major v Campbell-Miss Coade 2-6, v Pollard-Miss Meacham 4-6 ; Campbell Miss Coade v Pollard-Miss Meacham 4-6. Group 3.-Gavin-Miss Broome v T. For- rest-Miss King 6-3, v Roseman-Miss G. Cairns 3-6, v Ryan-Miss Shaw 5-6 ; T. For- rest-Miss King v Ryan-Miss Shaw 6-...

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

What is the most popular Piano in Australia There is only one answer; it is the Write for Catalogue. Sold on Easy Terms. a . East Street I I " ROCKHAMPTON j THEO. F. BARKER, LONGREACH, j I LOCAL SELLING AGENT :- ! Imperial Hotel, LONGREACH. MRS. J. SPRINGER, Proprietress. Phone 6. P. O. Box 2. c20 STOP, Look. Listen. HAVE TOUR WOOL SHIFTED BY MOTOR LORRY. Carrying Capacity 5i tons. Wool and Outloading Rates : 1/6 per mlle per ton first 60 miles-. 1/3 thereafter. E. O. FRANCIS, Address : Kingfisher Street. Telephone 249. C22 R. POLLARD Highly Qualified and Certificated Electrical Engineer. Civility, Honesty, and Efficiency Guaranteed No Installation Too Large or Too .Small. Advice and Estimates Free-Ring 309. Emu Street, LONGREACH. c26 D. A, Successor to BALLINGER and MACKENZIE Shearing Contractors, BARCALDINE. -ifi-Stand Depot at Bowyer Siding, Aramac 1W Line. All communications C/o : Phone 15. C. LLOTD-J ONES, ?p Ó. Box 34. Barcaldine. I SPEIRS LTD., Longreach. --:o: Face Powders, ...

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Stock in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Stock in Queensland. A preliminary statement has beèn issued of the number of horses, cattle, and sheep in Queensland on the 1st of January last, and at the corresponding date of 1922, showing a decrease under each heading. The figures under the two headings are as . follows :-Horses : 1923, 686,289 ; 1922, 747,543. Cattle : 1923, 6,606,563 ; 1922, 7,047,370. Sheep: 1923, 17;051,7M ; 1922, 18,402,399. In the elhfc1 ~ P<^^^^^^^^^^^^H my lady's t7}^» for ^^^^^^^^^^^^^H was chiefly qua!^^^^^^^^^^^^^H then in vogu$u?e ad^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B were f¿^«. complexions anduV Stao^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H following: simple s:^Whe u^^^^^^^^^^^H ioned, some modeiS43^me:v^^^^^^^^^^^H to my lady of the 2 ^>ÍV%2K^^^^^^^^^^H THE ETERNAÁ£.^?MBB^^^^^^M Most women will suffer a.-^ to improve their looks. In tâ^çrîjqraT^^^H her complexion in its pristine ^«^w^^H the 18th Century "belle" subjected heTSH^P to a most painful "skimming" proced*3i|jj. whereby the old skin vms peeled off with carbolic, leavin...

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

VULCANISING WORKS. NORMAN CUMMING desires to announce that he has taken ovar tho Vulcanising Works next door to the Carlton Hotel. First-class work'guaranteed. Charges mod- erate. Shop 'Phone 195 ; residence. 318. CAR FOR HIRE. PUBIiIO NOTICE. W. W. SAINSBURY ia now prepared to undertake the sinking of Bores up to 1200 ieet. Lowest estimates "given on applica- tion. ADRESS.-P. O. LONGREACH. 'Longreach Leader' Up-to-date JOB PRINTING WORKS. NEW ZEALAND LOAN à M ERËANÏILE AGENCY CO,, LTD.. ROCKHAMPTON & LONGREACH. And at LONDON, MELBOURNE.»SYDNEY, BRISBANE, TOWNSVILLE, HUGHENDEN, ALBURY, DUBBO, . ' and throughout NEW ZEALAND. WOOL * PRODUCE BROKERS, LIVE STOCK & PROPERTY SALESMEN, FINANCIAL, SHIPPING, CUSTOMS, FORWARDING & INSURANCE AGENTS, & MERCHANTS HAVE special facilities for realising in any Market to advantage all WOOL, HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, FURRED SKINS, and TALLOW entrusted to their care. Expert Valuers, Moderate Charges; Proceeds Iteld in trust by...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Milkboy to Multi-Millionaire. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Milkboy to Multi-MiUlonaire. Thirty-one years ago a youth named Jack Seddon left England with £35 as the sum total of his wealth. He returned a few weeks ago a multi-millionaire, a doc- tor of medicine, and a veterinary surgeon. Dr. Seddon, who began life as a milk-boy now owns land in ten different States ; has the largest cattle ranch in Pennysylvanla ; owns the fastest two-year-old in the Unitéd States, Winsome Eoy. "My hard- est time," he said, "was building up my first £2000.

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Millionaire's Strange Home-Coming. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

' Millionaire's Strange Hornc-Cominjr. Mr. Adolf Zukor, an American millionaire, returned 'to Ziese, a Hungarian village, which he left 40 years ago, as a poor farm- er's apprentice, when he was 18 years of ago. After he had spent the night at his ? , father's humble cottage. Mr. Zukor as *^ sembled the villagers, and promised to ful ; fill all their wishes if they would say what they wanted. The first man asked for 20/ Ï the second for a suit of clothes, and the ' third for a cow. An old man, who was sick, \ asked for a ticket to Bunda pest in* order ' that lie might undergo an operation, and yl^ a father asked for money to send his son to the grammar school. The fir.e brigade k demanded à new engine. Mr. Zukor granted IL every wish, and when all were satisfied he wk lefti-ÍElf^e as->suddenly and as unexpecteoHy as m^toad come.

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Curious Hoax. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

^ ; Curious Hoax. K's «- -Qn piea/ that the supposed husband to whom she was united by two wedding ceremonies was a woman, Mrs. Blanche Houston (nee Hughes), bf East Orange, New Jersey, has began a suit in the Chan- cery Court at Trenton for annulment. Miss Hughies, says the New Torie correspondent £ of the London "Daily Chronicle," was 23 fr years old, and a stenographer, when, on April 28, 1920y she and a person who gave the name of-'William J. Houston, aged 25, were wedded at the office of the county cleric in New York. They went through a religious ceremony at a Roman Catholic Church; also in New York, on June 18 fol- lowing. For seven months the couple lived together, part of the time in this city, and later in Detroit, and .were very happy. Then y lier husband, who was a motor-car sales * man, complained that business wes bad, that he could no longer support her, and suggested that pending ja. change1- in his.tfor tunes, she return to her parents, whicljt she did. Since then s...

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

The "Longreach Leader" THE new journal published by the Longreach Printing Company, Limited, Longreach. Owned by residents of Longreach and district ; produced entirely in Long- reach and devoted to the interests of the town and district. Items of news will be gladly accepted for publication and we desire to in- timate that our columns are at all times open' for the discussion of any public matter. Subscription : 25s. per annum in advance. Become A Subscriber. "Leader JOB-PRINTING Department. THE Job Printing business which was carried on so successfully for many years by Mr. T. F. BARKER has been taken over by the Longreach . Printing Co.,. Limited. The same standard of excellence will be maintained and no effort will be spared to give the very best service at moderate prices. The installation of the very latest linotype machine gives us special facilities for turning out large jobs. "We nrge that no Printing work be al- lowed to leave the town. It can all be produced .locally. We ...

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

I Why Is Ihis Man So Popular? IT'S NOT T^IB M/?T, IT'S PAP£K HE IS HEADING. BRISBANE ' S BRIGHTEST DAILY. (9 All the NEWS wliile it's NEW! SUBSCRIPTION BATES. Pcatage paid within tho Commonwealth: Baily Paper: Quarterly.. .. 14/ pJf-yoarl7. ... 28/ Vcavly. 56/ n.-.inrday only <per .An.) .. 14/ Sunday Mail (per An.) .. 15/ Mail 292-294 QUEEN-STREET,. ^ BRISEANE. O > Series 2. o . ooooo -ooopr T^-OOOOO -ooOot NOTICE HOWARD and HANCORN are prepared to undertaken contracts for Sub Artesian Boring-and Water Finding Supply Guaranteed» No Water, No Pay. Correspondence invited. First-class Testimonials. Terms on Application to-i HOWARD AND HANCORN. Telephone 181. Kingflsher-st, Longreach úrthui J. Simmonds PHARMACEUTICAL . . . , ^ CHEMIST Eagle St* Longreach. A 3r&Kf T FOR NYALLS FAMILY REM ED IES HIDES, -"SKINS etc., etc., SAVAGE BROS. BUTCHERS, LONGREACH, are CASH Buyers of Skins, Hides; etc. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN. jr.I t . _ t .-- :o..: j Ring, Wire or Write. SAVAGE ...

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LONGREACH RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

LONGREACH RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. The usual weekly meeting of the Lon reach Rugby Football League executi was held on Tuesday night last, when the were present : Messrs. S. Byrne (chaii J. C. Lomas, D. Gavin, T. H. O'Rourke, 1 McKeon, F. B. O'Rourke, E. Gebbie, Campbell, W. Ferris, F. McKeon, and tl secretary (Mr. E. H. Glasson). The Barcaldine League wrote in reply the Longreach League's suggestion th the Central West send two teams to Roc] hampton Country Week. The Barcaldii executive stated that they were unanimou ly of the opinion that it would be much be ter to send one strong team than to ser two much weaker teams, and suggeste that if this were adopted, two backs an forwards be selected from each centre Blackall, Emerald, Barcaldine, and Long reach.-Mr. Glasson pointed out that ev Jdently from tho lone of the letter Bar caldine were preps.red to accept the date arranged by Roci:hmapton, and whie Longreach had considered unsuitable. Th ' Chairman : It would have been wise OJ bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

THE TENNIS RMQÜLTREPAIRER ; 57-59 SYDNEY ARCADE , ! CORNER GEORGE & KING fe SYDNEY. RESTRUNG THROUGHOUT^ SUPERIOR ENGLISH LAMB GUT iitoo ENGLISH BEST ¿1-5-Q ""iî'cfï!/' REPAIRS MD xíárJiNGiE STRAPS, DOWNOR CROSS tt.Z '''^f 9P PER STRING j* i « >^^RACqUETS 3ENT MRCEI5 POST COST 9° CASH WIIH ORDERS IT^IFROMPT WITH COUNTRY OHDERS, , «ÇII - iwiwyowWHK MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.RA.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all Events Local and Southern. Golden Casket-Hobart every Mail. For All LAT« SPORTING INFORMATION Phone Mahoney & Pattison 78 (Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. HAROLD RHULE, Tho Up-to-date HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST. FACE MASSAGE and ELECTING SHAMPOO EXPERT. Two Chairs. Instruments Sterilised. BILLIARDS, SNOOKER and POOL. Billiard Tournament now in Progress. LYCEUM HOTEL BUILDINGS, ~. Eagle Street,.Longreach. c42 ...

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