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Collapse of a Suspension Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Collapse of a Suspension Bridge. The authorities estimate that 80 lives were lost when a 700ft. suspension bridge across "the Cowlitz River (U.S.A.) collaps- ed while crowds of home-going workers were proceeding over U. A cable snap- ped, and one tower fell into the river and another aginst a new steel bridge which is being constructed, and the central span buckled,. hurling scores of pedestrains and several automobiles Jnto the water. Many of the former were rescued after clinging to the wreckage. . The horror was height- ened by-the sudden failure of the electric light system, throwing the entire town into darkness. Huge bonfires were kept alight all night to aid in the work of res- cue. Bye-rwitnesses declared that a 'bus, carrying 20 school children, . plunged into the river when the bridge collapsed, only four of the . children being rescued.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Antbed as Fodder. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Antbed as Fodder. S The . most uncommon investigation of I the year was that of an ant bed^ from j North Queensland, which is greedily ^at- "J en by horses, and which was'found to have .. I a fair feeding, value. Inquiry being .made j into the fact thus briefly referred to in the.. >| annual report of Under Secretary E... G.; j Scriven, of the Queensland Department, of I Agriculture and Stock J. - C. Bruñnich ,j (State ' Agricultural .Chemist) . explained .-J that the material composing;' the "beds; of'-¿-j white ants- contained a large-amount;, . of -' j organic matter-roughly ,82 per V-cenfc-^of j which about 7 J per cent was protein." In j view of the fact that the proportion of j this nutritive property . in wheaten hay ! was 10 per cent and in lucerne hay as - j much as 16 per cent, Brunnich did not pro- | fess to be abie precisely to account for the ! horses' partiality for so strange a diet as j ant bed, but he said that it had a peculiar | pugency of flavor which seemed t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

^eMt^eàs of Alie :Town^^^nct ^f^rs jCjan do thwr ^ supßot^.ng Local Fifypns .>AII¿ they., ask. 45 an opportunity to guote.for your requirements. ' ooo»o. 1 ooo00 ? ',' 00000 Builders aijd Contnatitors, land, Barcaldine, ^d^other out Central Queensland. Write' for Catalogue and^jfurtl^ DALGETY COMPANY LiMITEl S ' j Sole Agents. «8» ^ yVE THANK our many friends an4 customers J . their generous -support during they|ja§f yd particularly since» thè fire^vhije our business jj been so disorganised. During the next £ew;mpvm bur new premises .will be completed, and we si have the finest STATIONERY ÍESTABUSHMfill in Queensland outside the cities. , '1 We still do our utíüost to w ~y DIARIES for I923"afe now to hand, ör^r-ät ;^ce. - . :V»**1B»U-,_..

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

* ' . \W WEATHER .FORECAST, "^-r- ? ?' The f oil owing forecast >was .- issued, this morning by the Weather ¿Buréau ipr "the ensuing 24 hours :-. ' '?'??:\ij:v. S"unshowèrs and thundèrstorins. in north coast and peninsular division,' fine^plse-. ~ v/riere and. cobler ground ^frost cprobábléiin' parts of Southern Downs, Southerly . arid ^ south-easterly winds. '? :

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Rise in Wool. MARKET STRONGLY SUPPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

;The;Rtsë/inv^of. 3ÍAKKET STRONGLY SUPPORTED.^" Messrs.' Winchcombe,' Caísóh, Ltd., " re- port 'under date January' 15th"; £ as- follows r The -cheerful... anticipations of. the.1 op- timists, were fully_\vindicated at the open- ing: Sydney w'ool; ^ Tear. :A". revival 'iii . demand' for"merinos .'on Àm !erican.'acçqunt. was' Kop£d for and the* wish . was f ully: re;aiised^ this quarter with stoon^purchásingr by' Japan-, r .ese operators, fot-'ced bidding:. .. ..f^,; / ?:' '-'... United States' manufacturers ?"appear tp, have a ' keen liking for January buying. On imore.;than" one occasion they have, been almost inactive, .for, merinos, during. ^titev first hair of.. the.rselling. season .and ; have~ bid yjgorpuçly .at e:^ ^Possibly*, the . periodI: ,s.u^ts:;the:,^meirio^h.;--ia ? "millsl .' By' mid-year they must have ß^-'M briesi/ready -for,( the. "Spring,-goods, and ^ejj| "finer -wools are necessary to procluce^.th^jM^j materials.. ' In addition to .activity' on " nJ^^H irios, . U...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

F. CORY & CO. AUCTIONEERS, ; ,STOCK,':;STATI03í, GOMGVnSSION.i and * . FORWAbDING AGENTS. « - HORSE SATJES A. SFECXAMTY. ápíendld Agistment Paddocka>close tb Town r . LONGREACH. Í * 1 AGENTS FOR >'.?:???-!? . .!,:? v« ... .. . - ? _." . ' ' ( . ? Thc New Zealand- Fire and Marine In> -surnnce Company, G. >Q; ;l?atítpral - Employ- ers' Association, &c, &c. '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

'7-E.(Tjpe Ghai£ma£ !'f»^fv*e" ctftmojt do anything ***V/iai!;'th-e "Sv»t0# supply. . ' f^iha'i is a matter for the Councilv . - "' i * i£| ftiffîf^nïfyfe : > ¿Etujiaye seen*the = engine ; ^r'^p'mm^n*<t<eá; .*at^ work ;'at 2dharleyllJp/â-pn the ',Pjc|ca^pia)'^:i|t flre> ¿therfe-^nd'?' ..wltli - its " ..*aid they^weVe'";alílé.rtbc^'fíecí';:á^;goó4sSave. i " Theist9pi?1.d (^ü'seiriouÄ'A'fli« ^from stfread " ring.; (The- wÂi#ï£.ïhèrej'is. ' just-as -hqt.; as oura,4ahdi;,they^ , ; Mr. Davis : If tlië. matfexvis no^'dealt. ;r'w'itii stx'£i#hfeiaw on . t therprësènt yeaxr's*"est^ ' - ;?vüp':.for:;anotftej^^ . "-Cv^-v''''';.? ,The Chairman ,:.^''YésV?^h>à?^^s.'^.so?^';;?i«^«í.?; ^-y H lâr'. DaJvIs il Ife;ah^^;Çpin^p(i decided to, go--on with the water, scheme would you : gb . oh: with securing the plant ?. . ¡. . '.' \. Tbre\ Chairman; ^Certainly^/yes. ¿ :Tlie . ;;.^feiàgm^.js^ftr^rftty'4t^li- prder^jfcut Jsphie ' "thingjis necessary-. . f ?.'.. .' %? .. ;, :...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TROUBLE FOLLOWS Neglect of Health [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Neglect pf H*4\th . Tli¡é' lt eal thy man pr -woman ia usually elie uiWt careless, and fails .to observe Hie-lit Mu indications bf coming trouble.« llb we v tr h eal thy ' a« perso n. may be, they - ti'íeVi'' to wu tch ^'themselves, because a - lijt;.; 1tii1.1ges^iblbVfoo^./'-'>irr'»..Uttiex too , much food or drink upsets the wholtj xd,l^a»tive ^maiihine,: andSunless Ityitnr« * r?;.*(»i.ve3 sotiiu . assistance, trouble ia, certain to foUow-;.,first, perhaps, by a ¿.'om tn on bilious attack, 'and then other *»»rk»uf». digestive,. troublêB. Tho sen- sible maa or womin, Üöwerer, keepsa i, .harp eye on 'tho "little .signa.-''of' iii health, and takes a renie'ny.. like r Dr. . ArorstV'a'Induin^'Koot Pills to aid dîgc»-. ' ??Hon andhelp Nature over some obstrue ' ti«;«, i'ausêd by: too much food or..drink. ?Thcr<$ l's no better remedy for-this .pur- . piists ia this'.'bri any other county,- and their ever-increasing uso by all- classe* >f tho x'biÄmuniiy bears testimony ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

í E'TCNNIS RACQUET REPA j t?.6s0r 9Q fretf STRING J: ^.^RACqUCTS Sfc'NT MRCEIS POST 1 gp COST, 99 CASH WITH ORDERS. . J i PROMPTwmi Í'OIWTKY ORB£R,T j MAHONEY & PATTISON} '? HJWRI>BESSIt!RS, ' TOBACCONISTS, ETC. (JÄbk ÄTISÖri Reg. C.Q.R.A») i . MffERIÁIi HOTEL pTJILDINGS, # -¡ '¿>í -<3v> .; ' r ',. i" . tiONGREACB:. . . " " S v^Qo^^^'lons Executed,o'n;aH Events-7 :-| ?V:.^''£íí\^;;*Tr, Îibcàl'and;Sontïiernv'' "? J-t .. i^Golàén ..cyevy; Mall.- f :^itor.^il:i:iiATE SÍP'QRTINÍG INFORMATION.* Phone' '.. * ? - «¿I; .J. ' '. '?" x ' t ^r^ahön«y/r&^Pa^ison.^, ,(Shpjp)'l '?' | i-'^t -AlanT'Mahopey. 2 t^'C Residence) .'? . -.j; i-v r--;.Jack 'Pattlsoh ':203v;(Re,Vidence-)..;.. , « ? ? -?>?? p. o. -BOX>D; -LONGREACH, r. t ' ¿

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. HUGHENDEN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Commercial. -: p : -- - . , - : HüGHgNDBN, Monday. Mr, T. S. B. Terry, s of, Säravfac and Stamr foï'd», ' lias" purchased, through the- agenéy ot .'W/.S. Hood, " approximately 20,000- four tooth' "wëtlièrs carrying ..eight months1 wool from A'ftoh" Downs. Thra,is said, t,p be one of thé finest ïines ^pf. sheep sold in the district for many years. i( j~ Messrs. Dalgety.. &. Company, Ltd., Rock- hampton, dre in' receipt of the ^following . cable from their London oflïcé under date January 12 :-Hull wool sales opened, ¿umber of buyers good, competition an- imated. American and English buyers are the "principal operators.. Bulk of offerings consisted of cross-breds. ~, As compared-' with--last sales. closing, rates in London, merinos'five' to:'seven''lialf Ct hf per cent higher, . cross-bred wools' . fine quality fiv.é per centvhigher, cross-bred wools medium and coarse quality ten per cent higher. ; Messrs. Dalgety; and Company, Ltd., are in receipt of the following telegram" f...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASSOWARY-St. v. SHAMROCK B. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

CitóSOWARY-St. v. -SBIABIROCk- B. >This match waa playearon..Sunday morn-" lng,. and: rèsulted - In a wln; for. the Sham- rocks; by; 14 runs. Details were ':--j r ? - y- ' . ..SHXMRO:ckS. ; . "V- r *' ; Woods, b Bunn \ . ¿-.V. . . : 2. '"Findlay, c:Bailey, bMeares;.> ..... t.i : °;¡ D';' Gavin, c Meyers, b .Meares;....-. 21 ' j.' Cameron, ? b 'Bunn .cr.'-.....^7,,.,.... 3.¿ , S. ; Byrne, b Bunn ........... ..,.;.,.!. 3;; " VV.VDappln, c O'Shea, O tMeares^. . f... 5 r J. Fitzgerald, not out. '... ... .; .... 27.; ! C. Bpydf c O'Shea, b' E.' Bailey . . . .... 7, Ä. ' Gavin, h.o:w. ........... . . . . . . . 0¿ j; "Woodman, c Eckle, b E. Bailey . ... 5; P. Fégan, çi. W.;;Bailëy, b E. Bailey .. 4 ^Sundries . .............. ..... 4 ' - Total 62 .;';'. ^V.'fJ ;^éA^SÔ^AR^.-STREET.. \ P.. Buhn,!'c Finlay, b'Boyd : :. :\ :'. .v.. 3 ..rF, Meyer* ;b. Boyd "..... :... ' ..2 Ä Méar^ ji Boyd . . .".'. .... . . i . G..'French, c^Bóyd, b Findlay ;'. h .. i ,: Hi Eckel, ç Woods, b Boyd I .. . ....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

' y*'\*y^ ï;; '. . The fixtures set do\vitJ:for "the .week-end . ;': .are; as.\follow.s . : Saturday, Shamrocks v. " Edwards. Mi\rtln- Sunday, Blués v. T-lnn :j eldeani" - '. ?:? . '?' '*??.?:. v . . ?? ? ?

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cotton Growing. VICTORIAN SYNDICATE COMING TO ROCKHAMPTON. OPTION OVER 23,000 ACRES. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Cotton Growing. 1 ?'' ?l- ?'*?.-? .'-- !-0 Î--:-'?? VICTORIAN SYNDICATE COMING TO ROCKHAMPTON. ¿ _ . -y; OPTION OVER 23,000 ACRES. * ' BRISBANE; Friday. " Mr. Brain, who is representing a syndi- cate of Victorian farmers,, who. haye bgei-t attracted by the cotton prospects in-Queensf land, stated yesterday that -they had ob- tained options overr23;000 acres of land .in tlie Rockhampton'''district which 'they pró posëd to divide into., 150 farms. % '."''Mr. Brain confidently expects that with 'in. the next, two or three years the whole; of the Rockhampton district" will . be given . over to cotton;-:growing in conjunction with ¡"dairying. ¿

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Scene of Waving Green. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

'.: Sub-inspéctor, Farrer informs oui- repïe-. sènttttlvè th^t'v-tiie\-cöuh^ryÄ,if^öm Arrilalah to Stonehenge, 'is in 'beautiful condition. ; green grass Tful.lfct\vo/:fe^t high is growing / right up to lh.e;,ifoadi/tçacJi, and the scene,; ' is like ihát-.otj¿i^j^eTyi^)i^t, field, waving - green grass beihV.yfytöl« i^n^li sides.. . '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Jurors' Fees. AN INCREASE ANNOUNCED. CENTRAL DIVISION ON 14s PER DAY. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Jurors' Fees. AN IX CREASE A3ÍXOUXCED. CENTRAL. DIVISION ?? 14s PER DAY. ' "ir, BRISBANE; ~ Fridáv. The Attojpneyvi.General' has announced that it »has«beeri decided fb' irierease the amounts payable /to common . inters in 'at-' tendance v at ^uftre^hie ;aiid Circuit Courts. The new fates will be :-Southern Divis- " ion, 13/6-.per;dayr ; Central, 14/-: : North- ern, 15'/-. ' ..

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Perth Murder. ACCUSED ON TRIAL. JURY PAIL TO AGREE. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Perth Murder. ~ ACCUSED OX TRIAL. - JURY PAIL TO AGREE. . - PERTH, Thursday; ? ... ' --" At the . Perth Criminal Sessions "yester- day^. Frank Roseland was charged, with the murdeif" of an Afghan named Zare£n..vTJ^e i.accused,-"in- evidence; said' thatT'Zareen at-; tacked him in bed at night " and that to / defend himself hérstrúck in the dark with i^an virbn baiv íWhen Zarèen died a few miu^ :«ut¿§ lateriïrom^aî-fracture of the skull, aej iîcu|ed Ibecà^njejîfrfehtened and.. hurried the .&hóti$¿Xi¿- the 'fowlhouse. The'jury failed to . jag^éé^ándWereídischarged. v . ?? ..« . v. . y._

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

" Tho Paramount Royalty. ,:Mj»sterpii;ce. TUESDAY NIGHT NEXT, Jnniiury 23. ! SATURDAY ÑIG14.X" An Eight-reel Cecil B *De 'Mille's Production ? PRICES AS USUAL... . _

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LATE SPORTING. BRISBANE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

LATE SPORTING. ' BRISBANE RACING.* .. A; BrisbaneT^tipsier/mákes,:the''-following : selection^ fbr : Saturday's'events at Albion; Park :- ;. y .;':...'.;';. >?.-.":': '-'i^-,;'" Fourth Division-Lisbonhie ..J.iimruc." ./ First Diyision-Pleystowe, Lia. JJessie. Second Divisipn-^Jessie Marsh, :G Bee, Third, PivIsion-^Peter .* B. br Baralyrid. - - Plate-Flippanteen or-VWarraluen. Purse-Venetian Boy 'or Truaniai '" WEElt-ENB* CRICKET. ; Shamrocks v.; Edwaa-ds. Martin on Satur- day,; 20th, at .2.30 p.m. The fóllowlng>lpláy-v ers will-vreibre'sent ''the Shamrock teañx : E. H. Glasson ^(bapt. ); P. . M; Durkin, F. -Righetti, J. 'W</ Dowling,: J. Bl Contöiv S. Smith, H. P. Boyle, G; Sleath, E. Fuller, F. . B. O'RourJ-e', S.. Byrne.,. Emergencies : The following..,team will represent Edr wards Martin r^-^A. M. Savage*: (capt>, H. B. Menzies. Cvice-capt), .Syd/ Wo.ods, ... H. Roache^ P. Bunn, B. Chambers, Ev Tliorpe, .jW. Rogers,-0.sGavin, J. Ellis. Twelfth man JT. Moreton,...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERE AND THERE. (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) Dazzling Garters. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

[ PRE AND f HERE = , vf - :- : o :- ? ,.'f j., ?/? (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) "Dazzling; Garters. - The latest 'in garters was l-evealed, by the strong nor'-west wind at Randwick ' on .Saturday (says a Sydney>riVessage; dated _ .Monday). They were, worn, just b'éíow jthe «- knee by hundreds of fashionably, dressed flappers, and many were of- a daring de-, sign that created much attention. The predominant colors Were red, blue \and yellow, and they were trimmed with a var- ied collection of artificial fruit' and flow- ers. "Jazz garters" were .their description by one of the wearers.'. Her choice fell oh cherz'ies.. Another flapper chose lavender, bags, while other'garters which were cori "spicuous while young women braved the wild winds on the -lawns:. ' were trimmed , with feathers, marigolds, arid in fact" every other decoration that' is popular iii* 'mil- linery. A. mild sensation was created on Bondi beach on Sunday-afternoon, when a young woman was seen ip take rip. a prom- ine...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Monks and Printing. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Monies .hwcl Príutinar.'» v '"' 'ftp. èfôft%èfdlhii> sd'^many "traces ot lb« ,t;Çatliôliotarj;çes£^ .bf the print ' er',* sa5's'*t£he"""catholic Times.''*"'- The monks were the early printers, as they were the 'v+cjbpyists¡hod illustrators before the inven j tiohi bf. m zincography. And, although"the-<mo:d^ does-~not . invariably. order^his life- after 'the.'..manner of the monastics, he still employs in his .calling.a number,¿of words' which he de- rived from his ..ancestors In the '. craft." . -.''jLqng v primer'*, wäs the size and- style .of .type employed;by.-rthe.monks insetting up ....yth^JOfflce^o^-Prim1«, ania "brevier" was that "'.ustd'"irii 'the"prlfitlhg bf the breviary. The :/.'Father .pf. the Chapel" .is .a term which, .: to this« day, designates the dóyeh of the 'printing- shop. . ,

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