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

Drunkenness. ^ During the past , week there has been the u ual crop of"'"drunks" before the looal Police Court,, but the. most hardened sinner in this respect turned up this morning, when Michael Byan made' his 52nd reappearance. " Police Magistrate R.- Curtis, who' occupied the Bench, rewarded the effort With a;flne- * of £1, in default seven days' imprisonment.- ^;

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

-~,:' Obituary. - f X The ; death occurred on Saturday last at" the General Hospital, Longreach, of Mr, * Aleck Beeton, a-.carpenter, in the employer Messrs^Edwards^ .Martin, Ltd., of * Long- reach, pneumonia being, the cause of death.. .... -Tho funeral took place .on Sunday-morning, - .a~ number', of members of the local Oddfel- v -lows' Lodge ..attending, ..the late Mr.fBeetbn , having been .a bróthér of the Loyal^ictoria- 7> Lodge, Rockhampton. The~Rev; Father Norris conducted, the burial service at the;";{; graveside, and P.G., Bro. Alf. WraighVqr the Loyal Thompson'Lodge, read .the Odd-" \ fellows', service. The late Mr. Beeton 1; is- " survived by a widow and grown-up' family.. "*' He was-56 years of-age. ''. ^ _Mr. George Ewan, wardaman.at theLong réach General .'Hospital for" about "seven , y-âars, died in thesinstitution on' Wednesday ., morning lost, after a short illness. The < fureräl took placed in the afternoon, repre- , ser.tatives'of : the. hospital co...

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

J?AKED TREASURY NOTES, It is advisable that business people be warned to be; very/careful; when taking nctes, and exäniihe them .verjr carefully, to see that they have not been interfered, with, This warning was made this morning by Police ^Inspector Quinn, to whoin, a com- plaint .was made that a £1 note, and a 10/ note had been split lih taro and "tendered in payment as genuine notes: Up to?the pre-, sent np''description can be 'given.. to .the person or persons perpetrating tth'e offence. .The notes had in some way been steamed and torn apart, and then, tendered separately.

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

PUBIilO "WORKS COMMISSION". . The Public Works Commission is in town taking evidence on the proposed -Yeppoon ' to Byfield and the- Alton Downs to Louisa Creek railway extensions.

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

C.Q. RUGBY LEAGUE. " The executive of the aboye league met in Rockhampton on Friday night last, when amongst those present was the Longreach' proxy delegate, Mr. W. Thorpe. The objec- tion of the western leagues to Carnival week as the date for "Country Week" was recog- nised, and it was decided to ask the Rock- hampton Rugby League to allot Saturday, July 14, to a match between a Rockhampton representative 'team* . and ^ the Combined Central Western team, so as tb give the.sel- ectors who are. to .pick the Centrai team-an opportunity of seeing whether there are any players in the team that-could be included" to'go with the touring team. Under this ar- rangement any playeyrs selected from the western team will not have to return home before going on tour, as the touring- team ' will leave .Rockhampton the following Wed- nesday, July .18... - - . . . The Ipswich League wrote stating that they were prepared tb accept a, visit from tho Central Queensland team on Saturday, july 21, whil...

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

Stock Movements. -?- : o- : --r The Reserve Ranger (Mr. Ben Taylor) yeports the following stock crossings from -Juno 1st to June 14th :-? 1600 wethers Maroomna-to Longreach, trucks, W. Gibson owner, Tim Dárchy in _ . '-charge. '.,/'-. 1 60 bullocks, Florida to Longreach butchers T F. "vVTray owner in charge. 1800 weaners Accacià Downs to Ilfra . .; combe, Mrs. Templeton owner, W. Sparks .'. '?:\\y'. drover. ' - "v" . 8700 wethers Darr River Downs to New y.t South : Wales, Allen. 'Bros, owners,. C. ' Cameron drover. .4700. weaners, Whitehill to Longreach, trucks,- Donkin Bros. owners, W. Kelly '" drover; . .4600 wethers Rosabel to Longreach, trucks, Donkin Bros. owners, K. C. Carter flrcyer. 9Ö0~* bullocks, Toobrac to. Longreach, trucks, J. M'Conachy- drover. / 1300 wethers Whitehill to Thornlpe, H.. , Yoljihg-owner, N. M'Conachy drover. The Ranger also reports that-as "a result .... of the recent rains the Thompson River rose Bit., but fell again to normal, and at 'the :. . time of ...

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

'' AND. t^FEDE! ÎMOLDESL" / ^ The trials and hardships of a country newspaper are never so great aa when, éúsk- * ness -robs-ther staff Of a" mehiber dr twoj "for\. there are few at hand to fill the places pft the missing: ones, and when one* .of the-' stricken is the linotype) operator, then mat- ters are at sixes and sevens.' This is the cager with tho iiongreach "Iieadcir?' 'thia "vreek.^ Thc week, was ejarted minus tho operator, and then tho newspaper machinist went down. Next in the list of casualties was. the Editor, who had forsaken tho editor's chair for a scat at tibe linotype; but. tho chief managed to hang on, as did also an- other member of thc staff, who would much, v ' have preferred to have laid his bead down ' to rest. The last, but, of course, by no means least, at least not in bia opinion, to- be seized by thc 'flue waa the office .devil; It is unnecessary, in view of the above to> awic our readers to overlook our shortcom- ings this week. In the stress we have ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). THE RETURN OF THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

' {From Our. Own Correspondent). : . .': . . o ; -- j¿. ;JaHaÄ0RM OP THB PRÖMIBR. Vf : The return of-the Premier from the pre? .miers' Conference -has .revived" tfce déclin inff interestin : State " politics. Somehow v everything seems to centre . around: Mr. Theodore.; / When, he ¿ja. away, fofra couple : "'pf:.i weeks . .politics -fall into the .doldrums. Mi$p&evB pan. make; : official statements. of .v topôrtânçe, but little notice is taken . of them, j; When - Mr.. Theodore appears on. the political horizon the political breezes begin -to$lpw price, more. Just now there is a sug- gestion that-: the programme of the coming season, is going to be Surprisingly moderate; - <n-.-fact,;the..moderation of Ministers is said to »be.causing serious heart burnings to those - extremist Jack-o'Lanterna who interpreted : the^ eleotion.as a sign' to go full steam ahead for/the. accomplishment of the Red Objec- tive... - The Trades Hall, knows nothing about finance,'so. while...

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

v THE ^HOÍÍB . \ The Home Secretary, (Mr. M'Cormack) did some vyery stray hittg ge tallanhktETAOI some very-straight talking at the " annual meeting7 in connection with the Brisbane Dental Hospital; which not only aroused keen' criticism at the time, but_has since caused'quite a flutter in the dental world. Legislation of recent years, intended to pro fèct'both the general public and the dent- ist has had ithe effect of building up a big dental monopoly which exacts heavy ffees from, the public, and, in the majority of coses, substantial premiums from students wishing to enter the profession. The Home Secretary accused the honorary dentists of being lacking in their duties to the Dental Hospital, and characterised the system of indenturing under which large sums were paid to dentists as unfair, and recommended that the Dental Hospital should be extend- ed to train young dentists with the help of .the University. Protection was given the dentists by the Legislature, he told them, pro...

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

BARCALDINE í. . MASjONIO; INSTALLATION, i I " ' . " «M» - V- - - " . .. ? - ? ' ? ' The installation ' pf ; the master elect of the i-; .Comet"Mark*Xodgge'No 260,..E.C, Bro..W. D. ..Colman; and investiture pf. officers was . - held ;in the, Masonic Hall, . Barcaldine, on Monday evening last, the. chair being oc- cupied by Wor. Bro. Ü. Curtis,. WitM.M. .There was a good* attendance of advanced brethren, and "messages were received from Blackall, "Longreach, and . Aramac, regret- ting that the condition of th,e roads preclud- ed members .from attending, it had been ar- ranged that representative parties would make the journey by car from each town.. Th -i Wor. Mark Master installed his suc- cessor, assisted by Past Wor. M.M.'s C. J..'' ? James, R. Peut, and Ri"T?ark. Wor; Bro. . Colman invested his officers, the following being .a complete^ list :-Wor. M. Master, . Bro. W. D. Colman ; I.P.M., Wor. Bro, R. Curtis; S.W., Bro. T. M'Effer; J.W., Bro.. E: A. .Peel";- chaplain, Wor.' Bro. R...

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

FOOTBALL. . I The results of the rfootball played -'last? Sunday were as follows :^MÍnor^WaÜa.bies. j beat , the -Fire Brigades by 10 points to 3,' Junior. Fire/.-Brigades beat Wallabies by 6 j to 3, and the senior Wallabies" beat Fire! . Brigades 18 to 5. - , " -; : -?' j;

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

' Preserrlngf Relics. " >, Paraffin wax ;.mixed in benzine is used in preserving many, pf the relics found in Tut- ankhamen's tomb. ; The surface bf the relics also is/sprayed with, a diluted solution. Of celluloid dissolved in a mixture of athylacet ate arid acetone. Other. relics are" coated with a,heavy.coating pf- paraffin, wax* which £j^jmay be'/remoyed by. heat. - -The leather \ . : g^b^ i are /found -to be black,' britte, and y/ reslnbus-like, breaking into, small fragments I when touched/ -'

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

j'r-~~v;r Community Iioagovitr. ? -- The- record for community longevity is ^claimed by East Frieslánd, -In. the'north- western part of Hanover, a province bor- dering on Holland . and th« North Sea, .* ;says a' message in. the "New York Herald." Swithin the last fortnight, three women, 'each more than'160 years pld, have; died ^ there, and a fourth, Frau Bruhn, hae ener i, tained her friends at her 102nd birthday J party. This venerable dame is the widow' ».of- à fisherman.' She herself baked " the. , 11.birthday- cake in a little: house,where she ' f dwells all4 alone, and -tends sill by '.herself.. I Curiously enough, it is the women who at !tain extraordinary-old age' amongst the Bast rFrlesians. The men are hardy,, too, but almost without exception they , are flsher i.men, and so either perish at sea or succumb j to* tho hardships_of their left late in mlddje {? agre, ; r ; .' ''. ' * ' . '-.. .-,;'*' .

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

..Ä SENSATIONAL Last night a sensational statement was made , to the police by a;man who said that . two men had accosted another'mah on the Fitzroy Bridge, and' had then thrown him into the river. 'The man was so persistent - in his statement that the police Immediately proceeded to investigate the matter.- Sub seqquently the man made another statement which was quite in conflict with the one he had previously made, and showed that there . .Was rio truth in the story. As a, result Police Inspector Quinn had the, mari ex- amined by the Government'Medical Officer, and the outcome of the examination was that he was found to' be mentally affected, and he was accordingly dealt with as such.

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

- ? . I.- ----- ) ' .', Ten ' Centnries Old. ; . ' . The- 9a^V mumihifled*'bodr of aa Indian - clifffdwe.ller", estimated . to bo - more than 10 centuries.; old, has been excavated at Noel, in Missouri (U.S.A.), by archaeologists of tho American Indian Museum* The body was-'wrapped, in; :< tattered^, deer; skin robes,, belted' with"' f urr A 'grass -basket, vbeliered . '-- 'to' have*'once "Contained. ' fopd, - ¡waá found near the-body in a bed -of graasrcovéred flags' of 'limestone, under an overhanging cuff. .* ""'.V . "

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUDDEN DEATH OF N.Z. LOAN MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

SUDDEN: DEATH OF~N.Z. LOAN --MANAGER. - - A sensation wa^ caused"this morning when it was reported, that a clerk had found Mr. W. H. Cole,' Store Department manager for . the New'Zealand Loan Company, dead in his ? office chair. Mr. pole had been, over 30 years in his present position, and it ls said that'ho had been worrying a good deal over . the disastrous fire which burnt out the, com- pany's stores about a- week ago. - _

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Magistrate's Cou[?]t. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Magistrate's Court. At" the Longreach Magistrate's " Court; '.hc-fcre Messrs. M. Grealey arid G.^Bertho, JJ.P., on Wednesday last, Louisa Gleeson proceeded, against'F. R:; Green; ff or the re . Tcovery-of f£29/10/,*Xqr goods sold/ " money ~ lenti' &c. A verdict hy" default ivas granted for the amount claimed, togèthér^with 13/6 costs of.. court," arid £1/11/6 . professional i costs. Mr. S. Major appeared for'the plain- tiff. ;

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Late [?]Sporting. Saturday's Brisbane Racing. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

Late iSportiiig, Saturday's Brisbane Racing'. The Brisbane '-Telegraph/' .tips as follows for Saturday's Brisbane raçlngr :- Maiden", First heat : Lord Mont, Jum Rum ; - Second heat, Golden. Opininos. Joystick. . Flying : Lady Pyrexa,, Jessie Marah. Albion Cup:: Thhlassa, Limpopo, Ship, Wheatflre..Welter: Lady Sèremond. Flying Signal. ,: Novice :. Hayden, Hart fe! King. Club Handicap r Sparry, Bymbell. .. .

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 15 June 1923

v'WNÖUANiCAVM aro not tho.only beautiful o«vo« in A...t~n. B0AÍ0&üátín8^\ wh**í contr«rt botw-n the child of Anglo-Saxon parontaga and that of Orientait Thia »n« 5 r 3 wa. taken at a Sydn.y .ohool on^Emplrï Day. P ?% ' * wara burntd te cfath. TOfntly, i" which thirty partent ~-;- ; ^ ^ ...'i, '.... AMERICAN UNIVERSITY CREW.-In vi*w ar th» KJ" ;n»»^a* n«- - . . H.MJLS, MCLMURNI--Bt¡ng floated into drv <J»L ÍL - , , s Ai A 8E*A2ÍTANK,~".I?esÍ9re/ in America to craw! along the bottom - ; of the sea. Useful for salvaging work. 108, AND STILL GOING STRONG.-Mrs. Sally Gold, of Brook lyn, New York, still serves behind the counter of her . store, although she was 108 on April 2 last. RECORD DANCER.-This girl, M;ss Alma S. Cummins, of New York Tn- I trottad for 27 hours cont.nuous y, wearing out Wral diners' tho < orchwtra, and a couple of pair« of shoes anq çtoçkjngs. 'J .

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

. ? ' polars; É^vTBOjrraifB^. (Love'and courtesy ehould go hand bk hand; they make the most elMna.« ni«"o^'partners, aaa lt take» wiiäk U ?.^jüfö:"*- ''r.. :-. ¿Ttoejre¿is a delicate reserve afranl politeness that makes of lore th« most fragrant: thing in life, and that, like pot-pourri; sweetens all around ii giri will keep ' heir husband hex eternal loyer by; exercistag courtesy towards him in everyday Hie; Shs will herself remain lids queen also,' and receive a love that ls beyond the or- dinarybrits manifestations. And the lover who remenrt»ers thai hie "little lady" is always his little üaäy will reap a richer reward than ii he .allowed any ''slackness" or indif- ference ol manner to creep into his . affection: . *. ^T&ete is nothing stiff in courtesy,, - biit ^there . is a very wholesome and useful check upon the tendency ol familiarity to breed contempt. So-weave a little web of poKteness . ri Into your love, and you will never for ' 'Bet h.;'-/ : ' . ' .;; ;i ' .Trif...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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