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Dog's Fidelity. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 8 June 1923

Dog's Fidelity. A dog's fidelity to its muster in trouble was exemplified in striking fashion at Highgate (England) Police Court. It be-   longs to Henry Spencer, a company direc- tor, who was committed for trial, and dur- ing the several days he was in custody the dog showed signs of anxiety as to his ab- sence. It appeared outside the door of the court, and whined pitifully but an official refused to let it in. Somehow or other the dog managed a little later to get into the court. It trotted to the back of the court, and then stood still at the door of the cor- ridor leading to the cells, and began whin- ing again. An official tried to drive it away, but the dog would not budge, and started to growl. Then the corridor door was opened, and in sprang the dog, pounced upon its master, and licked his hands. For every marriage in Denver (U.S.A.) in 1922, there was a separation. For every two marriage licenses, there has been a divorce suit filed, according to Judge Ben B. ...

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

Ilfracombe kleinst Police. Court. At the Police Court to-âay, Claude Harold Rodgers, on remand, was charged. that, between the 21st. day of, January 1923 and the 26th. day of May 192.3,, at Ilfra- combe he stole a cheque for the amount pf £17/8/6, drawn on the Longreach branch of the Queensland National Bank Limited, in fovoUr of . C. Rodgers, and 5 pairs of shoes, 6 yards of madapolam, 5 pairs of stockings, 4 yards of silk, 6 yards of towell-" lng, 6 yards of winceyette, 1 box of lollies,; and. other articles to the value of £14/8/6,-; making a total of £31/17/0, the property of J. W. Smith'and Co. Accused, who was arrested on 26th. May last and had been .remanded three times by local justices, elected'to be dealt with summarily and pleaded, guilty. He was sentenced; to 6 calendar months imprisonment with hard labor, tin .the Rockhampton gaol. The sen- tence was suspended upon derendant enter- ing into own recognizances in the sum of £60, and to be of good béhaviour. ¡for a period ...

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

Aramac Notes. The Weather.-The weather has at last broken, and very good rain has been record- ed all over the district. The town benefit ted by 180 points, but the surrounding dis- trict averagéd about 2in. The weather is now very cold, and during the early morn- ing the thermometer has been as low as 45 degrees. . .Football.- On Satrday last the Ilfracombe footballers journeyed to Aramac to try con- clusions with the local lads. Late on Saturday   night light rain started to fall, and   by 9 a.m. on Sunday morning 50 or 60 points had been recorded. Both teams seemed very disappointed when they in- spected the grounds which the rain had made very mudddy. Before ll a.m. a   strong westerly wind sprang up and by 3.30 p.m. it was decided that the ground was fit for play. Ilfracombe (blue and gold) were captained by Crowe, and Aramac (blue and white) by Moscrip. The visitors won the toss and decided to defend the shearing shed end. The wind was no...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Wool Winchcomb^ OarBón, Ltd Sydney report Demand for wool and woolens at presem Bhows some contrast. The raw materia offered in every selling centre in the worl< is finding ready purchasers. But m an fae tared goods are not. In France, United States, Japan, Beiginm, and Italy, the ¿mili are busy executing orders. Yorkshire, hot e verbas recently presented a reverse piotu re. Both in Home abd export trade to Engl ish mills have found business dull. Th< French occupation of the Ruhr has playee .havoc with the sale of England's -textilei etc, in Control and So nth Eastern Europe With 1 \ million unemployed in the TJnitec Kingdom, Yorkshires posïtiporis not happj the Euroeán situation is certainly difficult] medicine for Fnglish manufacturera tc take. The British Isles, aotually outside Europe are suffering Beverly while the French and 'Belgiuu woolen trade, right at the seat of the trouble, are enjoying the most prosperous period they have experien- ced since the ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Football. 17th June- :- Referee : Senior, ¡Mr. E. H. Glasson ; -B grade, Mr. F.'B./O.'Bourke; Junior, ''".Mr.4 W. .Quainc.'!Tóúch^;'v^Júdgeá : Messrs H. Sykes ami A. M. Savage, A and B grade ; Junior, Teferee' to arrange. 17th..<Jnne :-Ticket Box; Mr. JJ. Adam ; gate, Mr. J. Byrne'"; pavilion,' bell and board, Mr. V. Heard.'' 1

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

CUOKJáJkY, .^..A Sprint- fP^dtoô^rrito* .Un* atedian wi th slices of breadsBad*lrat> tor, tfteoi 'im vp the'dish t^^oâp^ ante Jayexs ot rbuhax&w cu* -Jaakeu*.-> teugths, fioe&r, «ad b»ad4BKA4k«U^> t (okla*, caro to have akçwtftaaiftfeqb», ter layer tb the top. POST o^r«;iai! whole an egg iran be fa tu a'Aài»/ ' milk and bake ia a iiiajbwBlii «ff» . untfl browned. * ''^IfM* PN» fiV» several «Hees - - ' of ' cold cooked nfttwi and pst .ftn ia ' a pi colah. ' Penar <w '.a WO* aeiaann ea grarfy. ead addia ^ajpji7<PlW» fítew taree oie ¿mr taaaaloaa ia Batt- ed water aaa ada .tb ' tte. pj*,.". with a little Fcs^ 'a^ a^.a^ .a..': ÏUicjt baye» of mashed jilotees Bake slowly Iba . a. moderate .evaa»aaa wl*aar the'top ia a l|rj* brown flm'.pto'^: > rejidy#'/ '.v>? T"' V"/Yl J: Satmeti Toaafc-Take cae'Um «. . up^tfca Aaa, amt noaa tiBroogh a iiig-macktae. Thea add twa ar «wi» tepooafoia of leoftcd hca^sef, a .jntf»*.. fvinegar, Jil»>r «ai...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

SuÉral ? HEAD OFFIOK ^^vimf SYDNEY. ? OPEN FOR ALL CLA88E8 OF I General Banking: Business ? In th* Principal Cltle* and Town* of Auttralla, New Guinea (2) »nd London (2). I Savings Bank Department fl îî.fiu8^*".0"88' a»«f,r,K" Bank Ag-ancloa at 3189 Poet Onice» through fl S.I J Son?m?nw8alth of ¿"«tralla. Territories of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon ? leland« Protectorate, and other part« of the Pacific. fl 8a% intaroat on Dapoalta up to «1,000. ? 8% Intoraat on Amount» ovar «1,000 up to A1,SOO, ? Deputy Governor; . Governor: ^Lj_j*MK8J«Lt._ «lr DENISON MILLKR, K.O.M.CU STEWARTS KEENLY PRICED SHIRTS AND PYJAMAS. fe Men's Stripe Tourist Shirts, collar to match, all sizes, from 9s. lld. to; 13s. 6d. each. Men's White Matte C. & P. Tennis Shirts, a spien« did wearer, all sizes, 8s 6d, 9s 3d, 9s 6d. Men's White Mercerised C. & P. Tennis Shirts, from 5s 9d to 1 ls 6d. Men's Striped Harvard C. & P. Tennis, Shirts, . splendid shirt for the worker, 7s 6d. to 10s 9d e...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co.. Xt'd. y ? Inborporatea .1883. « LONDON MELBOUBNE SYDNEY BRISBANE Sk» Company makes adraaoes on Pastoralproperties, and on- ensuing : Olin of wool* BRISBANE : - ' - v - ' . _ ".t Offices: 129-187. Creek Street, Brisbane. -<. -.. ? v 4 . , .. Wool "Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. -. ' ' * ' w'"8kin Êftbres: Charlotte Street, Brisbane. ^ ? ... 'BOABD OP ADVICE: The Hon. A: H. Whittingham, M.L.O. Vr". P. Devereux, Manager / « . T.- C: Fowler, Secretary , * WOOI» APPRAISEMENTS arid FAT STOCK, HIDE AND SKIN SALES ' HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR- ' * " ' \*j;A; STOCK 4 STATION AGENTS* ' l^SKBÊ^^fÎÊ^^^Îê^^y- - "V*'®^" Comb*n& Cutter» ^^^M^^^^^^^ ' The New Improved 1923 . RACER .> '*-. Medium Comb and Cutt«; 2|in. Cut. V iTThe Litter. "Racer"' iathe widest comb allowed bjr th© . A.W.U. The Erat medium cutter made for use withra standard ¿orle. -You,get them ready to enter the wool; ' Maximum result right from the first blow--no t...

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Ilfracombe Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

**. Ilfracombe ítems. Several people lefft Ilfracombe to attend thc Hickson mission at; Rockhampton.* ATCurther train load "of Bheep wêrè truck- ed from here yesterday eh route to grass at ê£&&f>: . Many thousands have left the dis- trict, starved out. The late rains nave ? not benefited some of the'Tuns much. The'ex- pected green shoot is not materialising, ex y,' cept at a pac© that would break a starving animal's heart, to say nothing- of the owner of the sheep. Cold weather following such' ráin at this time, of the year is never con- ducive to rapid growth. An : invalid son of Mr. and Mrs. , K ,W. Ramage died in Rockhampton last week,, and much sympathy is being expressed for the bereaved family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

1ÎEBUILÏ Typewriters Various rrjakes £1<£ÙP£29: - Thia month's price ? Hat post free . s - , Auít'raüon -_. ^ytiewritcr Suppjicfl.Co.. 'MVA Queen St...Brinli, Bole Agent for WIENBKE SCHNEIDERS . ? s ,?V fan-logs Riding Saddles; *" Buy from; WERNER and save freight; from, v ' ';. . Brisbane.'; ' Prices to- snit' j All Pockets... Call pr Write/r -; for Catalogued ' For Everything ^in JSaddlery,- Harness* ; '* :¿ :. T- - Repairs, Etc., -.{'> . I RS. WERNER, \t The Collar Expert and "Quality First'* SadoUer, Denham Street (near Jg ' Leichhardt Hotel) ' % -ROCKHAMPTON. : , . - , "' . , :i80 3 ?.j ! ' 1 3 they have tried "'RaAroaaV' which have "made geed saving trouble-piling up thousands of miles of satisfactory service-and cutting down running Cost. There is no doubt, give exceptionally fine'wear, and it's no wonder, for the world's best in rubber and fabric--and'plenty of it-plus the greatest care, and skill in manufacturers incorporated in every "Railroad/' You will prof...

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How Electricity Causes Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

How Electricity" Causes Dentil. Accidents in electrical plants, lightning fatalities, and similar tragedies have raised the popular question, as to : how electricity; causes death (says a writer in an ex-'' change.) Until-: recently it was -conYhaonly believed that death was caused by'that- part of a strong electrical current that flows through the heart and stops its acfion. But according gto the .."Scientific American" a nw theory of the mechanism of death by electricity has come'into prominence during' the-last few years.» The strong electric cur- rent coursing: throughg the body explains that authority, is but cine' of the forms of the so-called death, in all or in the major number of cases. The strong electric cur- rent coursing' through the body paralyses only-the respiratory organs, and 4t the, vic- tim is not given immediate first-aid treat-. meîTt through long-enduring and suitable'* means of resuscitation, the condition bf ap- parent .death changes to one of actual death. ...

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Grand Innocence. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Ciränd InBoeenoei. The American nation has many engaging qualities, but -what I most admire is its in- nocence (says a -writer in an exohange). Like the child in the song_who had "seven million 'why's'," it is!, always' wanting : to know the causes of things, and, , like the child again; i it expects to find uot.' Con- sider the case "of the; Bureau of "- -Social Hygiene, I don't know what/tnat is. but its sanguine and energetic temperament,/1 can not sufficiently admire. The last- known .consequence ot the existence of JJhis Bureau is that "ten thousand young-women/ of America--college graduates/ all. of/theni and unmarried-have been formally asked to contribute, in the, causé, of science, com- plete confessions bf/their girlhood secrets." Now that is surely one of .the /grandest ex-: amples of innocence in history^. -.-1 j / >.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Remarkable Inscription. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

A .Remarkable Inscription. In the churchyard of urimmingnum, JU Norfolk, there is a remarkable monumental Inscription to commemorate the death of Thomas Jackson, on 17th March, 1708. It X'eads : "Sacred to the memory of Thomas Jackson, ^comedian, who was engaged;' De- cember 21, 1741, to play a comic caste of characters in this great theatre?-the world -for niany of which he was prompted by nature to excel. The season being ended, his benefit over, the charges all paid, and his account closed, ihe made his exit in the tragedy of Death, on the 17th March, 1798,. in full assurance of being called once more to rehearsal-; where he.hopes to find his forfeits all cleared, his caste.¡&f ' part*: batter- ed, and his "situation nïadé\. agreeable, by Him »who paid he ggreat stock debt, for the . love He bore to performers in genera.:.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

L. C. Limited; r i Stock and JtÄn ^ Agencies^- " . -:r --.¿vV' ''¿V:-^ - i . -A/'.' ^v;*'" : Queensland Tfrüsteés Limited. : > Northern Assurance Company. Èlèictrfeàl Ettf meer. HIGHEST ÜÄÄDE Ë ! . AND REPAIRS. ? Secure bur quotation for Town Lighting Installation. Téléphone Systems. Radio Apparatus. Phone a7a.. LONGREACH. Box 54 Store for real Honest fohn value. We bought early arid well - we placed heavy orders and secured every available concession sq that prices^' charged here are "always at absol- ute bedrock* No better qualities are possible no smarter styles-no more attractive colorings. From every view point - the Coat Sweaters here, . ' are best values. . The size range is complete-yours is included ? .. ^ There is a splendid range in Grej>¿ Naoy, Heather Cream, and Brown All-Wxtol Coat Sweaters. P. J. RYAN . .Wies' and GcalV Tail«, Mei's Coaplele Onlfitter Eagle Street s LONGREACH \ 'Pl^ fo. WS P.O. tn 100 .; (¡o Ul i O K 0 S LOANS TUE PUBLIC CURATOS las Inst Fails t...

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Rifle Shooting. (By "Sighter".) RAGLAN DEFEATS LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Rifle Shooting. - ' - " (By "Sighter>\> ,'V- t ' I ? RAGLAN DEFEATS LONGREACH.; On Sunday afternoon lasf the" sixths round of the home .and home contests which are being- conducted by the. Central Queensland Districts Rifle Clubs eventuated. Long- reach, on this occasion, .were defeated by the leading and unbeaten team. Raglan. Raglan put up the splendid average of 96}, while Longreach averaged 90 1/6. Consid- ering the bad weather conditions under which Longreach were shooting, they did re- markably well, and* under the circumstances some .really good scores were put up: Herl) Avery led the way with another nice 95,° being closely followed by "Bili" Setter, .with 9.4i, Dick Thurecht beingjiext. in order with 92. Jim Rose top-scored at the 300 yards range with 32, Herb Avery being-next with 31. Bill.- ,Setter just mfssed the possible at. the 5 00 yards range by one. point; ..the wind having beat him in the last'shot, Herb Avery, being next, with 32. Dick Thurecht and; Herb Ave...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Isisford News. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

* Ifeilford Nëws; ; 1,1 . .. Tlio Weather.-The weather has been ideal since the rain, and for the most part the roads are fast becoming" passable again. We And the damage caused by the storm last . Sunday was even more thanjwras at first ".'noted." The racecourse stand/and stalls are knocked about" badly, and many other places ..in-the vicinity suffered more or Ieee. The whole country, however, is in great heart over, the maghiflcen.t rains, and à little dam- age, here and there is a very small offset to. -:. thejgood the rain will., do. As'usual, our Emails are all disarranged, the Blackall mail : man arrived on Friday, after sixday« on the road, though '.'Billy" Hörsten ;.has kept the-, :"- Ilfracombe.- end 'up . remarkably'1 well under ,.; the circumstances. ."? We hear of several sel- ectors losing sheep, mostly lambing ewes, .. :1 through., exposure and "bogging. It's all part . .of the game,, of course, but one feels sorry .< when the'small man, jusVgetting-on to hi...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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DISCOURAGING A SWE[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

ItiàeahctiaenttobeiB^mtta^mm^ eible, and beHeve 'only bail ot tba pr^ty tln^s that kind people say ta v .OQ«.:. I BuV-na big but!-lt la loollâb ta çet^lnto a habit of perpetually chaffing those who are in earnest when tbey \.itfy to express their affection.' ' ' ' .. J^'&oxe especially so when tba speak-: ar 'ila. a ama in whose beart a Utile teabag is springing up tbat aaay caa day grow into that wonderful thing wa cau^ióyá. ::; . :"; -': "¡ - %W%bß.íéél «Äed aaí' dlwafpalaV' ed by being shown that his wprda.ar« looked upon as «aere idle compltmaa^. sr, worse, as jokes. _ ! ;:i^U u almost aa bad tasia abd '' «tùjjid foùy f or \ girl to tbjow coi* watter on her wojold-be lover by dé* daring ber preiexeoee for tba ostftetV ef-fact lather than the romantic. Sba - «ff^tùaUy checks ea outward ''abow, ; sad at the eame time .does ber best ta spoil the deep Inward love of wbfeb ll ls-but aeymbol. r ' Never discourage kwe, exceptJta,thr ' genäest »ad iaoét; ta<^^ to do ....

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MATTERS [?]. JAPANESE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

JAPANESE LAJDIË& 'A Japanee* lady -will not grudge a Vlude djgr ap«dA har soiiv ror TkU* Iw «tt«s4aat arollei tba .Pf$aade.ap nimwary to ber rtahwrata " aMfflam ' It ls only whit» tbay an ... " JÇwèn|f thai Japanese wanan biara V. , w«ajtj¿ ef hair, much at n tttaappeara' i^hen thiey are about IQ, a»d ap «ld age creep« on their attire bacosasa »* rerely almple. There la ao jarätaM»,. a^nt being yoiuger than tba»"áí¿--. ' . la '.aa. Idea which would- stittlM . tba» .aadaddedUy fooltnh ann M litfla do they miad tba world ITAOW í lngVthèlr agaa- that tba armnga ment their bair shows til* dlta ent stage» Uiey have rnoabad aa UWi

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Go, Whether You Dance or Not. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Go, Whether You Danoo: or Mpfc. " , Tho official"opening of tho Palais de Dancer . 'takes place on Monday night, June IS, and.. Mr. Aftoo deserves credit "for introducing:: this entirely new ' enterprise--' to Longréach. Tho Palais will he a dancing rendezvoua ^ that will, rival the finest institutions of its kind anywhere. The management have secured the very- latest dance features, car baret novelties, and decorative designs. The: bewitching lighting scheme, surprising in-t novations, and handsome appointments wilL give the Night o* Nights a carnival atmos- . phere. . JDanc.e- tickets ¿wil'j. he -sold. atiabe office, af fer admissidn.- Novelties and'prizes í up. to-íhé value of £10 will be given" away" - during the evening to dancers, and thç first . SOO people, admitted'ivill be- given a' lUdCy.. charm in addition. One novelty item during the evening will,be.the Bedlam Band Oner*,; step, wherein each" dancer will be given her- . or his own instrumehtn to; assist the prches-- . -t...

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Britain's New Prime Minister. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

. / , Britain's New Prime Minister* .. Mr. Stanley Baldwin, upon whose shoul- ders has fállert^the greatest honour of his land-the British Prime Ministership-has gained that success-by a fortuitous series of circumstances and by his own fine qualities and indefatigable energy. His parliamentary career .«though comparatively brief, has been marked by executive -ability and financial astuteness. He takes up the charge of his Cabinet .ripe-with experience, yet. withal young enough to .give his country many years of political service and statesmanship'. It was not until the' years of the war"that Mr. Baldwin's, ability was recognised. As private secretary to Mr. 'Banar Law, he had won> Ministerial ' favour, and when, early in *1917,the call carrie for a "business government" sto win the war, Mr.''Baldwin ascended another step in the political ladder by gaining~thè appointment in 1917 of Financial - Secretary. to the Treasury. His next step was to the presidency of the Board of Trade....

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