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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

-I Commencing Jan. 1 ' 1923 Sydney's Great Bargain Event -Your Money-Sayi^ Men's and-Boys' Wear Bargains ! For three weeks the whole stock pf MiirdpGh's greát Sydney : - :. - Mail -Order ' House will - ber drásti \. cally cut down in price' for i rííhi|tiediate^|;lear^ at l&?tSt Í0 jo \proprietary lines) MM Wi' "" r- ONE OF THE * ^» I SUIT BARGAINS Murdoch's famousMadè-to-Measure Suits for ?Mèii\'M-\'^ïïAùstraliàh Tweeds. Spécial Cut Price - -v £4/2/9 Red Spot '-'jp. / Bargain Price A** I Also smart Soft Felt Hats, newest .shapes and colour tones: Usually Red Spot Ptice - . 12/ Y am FREE ' ALL !SALE> GOODS POST FREE Ask for à Book of, these, High-grade Suiting Pattern's àt Bargain Prices, also Murdoch's. Sale Catalogué-both Free. Write Desk & . , AO ECONOMY We ean quote you à low ¿Hicej But, wé dont dp cheäRwork. To retain' the good .reputation We have gained we must give :you The Best, in Workmanship and Material.1 _ Our: expérience/enables us to give you the bes...

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

The A.W.U. Delégate-Meeting is now sit- ting in Brisbane's ; The. Delegates. ar© ¿elec . ted. to., represent the, ..Western District ¿re - J. J/Ke:#leyand^ Organisers, gop- \T^^^^ñ^1'-X>iatr.lfit¿- ' . . Delegate VfU-'e^ele^ one to.', every S.OOQl.'Vnieli^bers^.... The'",'' Queens- . land ; Branch , membership is approximate- - ly v36;Q"Ó0V:;.í:%^^ 'Cthir meeting--: isfto_,reVi.^ for thé^ yéar; "p,nd ,ï<>' d'i^ura'''thè'^ml%y^eTsolu- ? tióñs" sént^ in -by 'mVÄb^rs.V^Tfie/jhieeting will last about-a week. '?"?..' : Delégate/mee'tirigs which uare ív held in every ' State ' 1 "á£"< /this - tihie7.. are followed by a Convention* held : in Sydney, ; to. which* delegates ar.e elected, from every J3rancIi..,on..;.&. basls,-..p.f. one to every " 4,000. members or portion thereofr T . """ Conventions'"usually "last about three weeks, as a .big agenda', paper has to be,> dealt with . comprising, resolutions, from: sheds, camps .and; .^groups, "pf members...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Social & Personal. (Items for this column, clearly written on one side of the paper will be published free of cost.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

i J ,-- . .. ' 'l (Jtoms for; th's cplninn'.' clearly written ¡ón oi'le jslrfe, of, the ¿l*»l>?r, ?t Wilt-he^rililislieoí frefc "of cost.) Mi\/Wùlkè^ Station, .... thé;7th..iijst. ,r\i'Mr. Jackson; ; bf : lîvesham Station, tray; S;/ ;èûed^fróm!" Lbhgreach . to\ Charleville _ on On Thursday, . the ' ISth , instant,; Miss -\\': Falldn(é>^¿tra^elled from Charleville to Wlí^pñVby^he' 'Q; ;and 'N. TVÑ Services "aero '" planb.;:'; . :'' ( ..'j\'/ . * " :'"" v' - V";' / /Mr:^/ Bennett', has returned, to town af .. ter a few / week's ,silent' iii Blackall. ' -.'.'' -, Mr. and*- Äfrs. Spëncé arid Misses Spence and Fahey;ro"f Muttaburra, 'siíéñt-last week :V..bhd\ilii -town atvthe ' Imperial Hotel. . . '?'?!?''^^ÂJÇr.v:Jack".'Stbeler arrived on 'Saturday's mail, train after a "fortnight's furlough at ; Róckhnmp'ton and Yeppoon. v->>i'M^ returned from á fort ¿.'.??iiik^Vs/^holidny. at Yeppoon. .. iv'Mr,v'-F.';.'C.' Longworth returned on Satur iî.::da^s^niiall train' after several '...

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

ETC., ETC. ' BÜT^HESS, LONCf'ßEACH, v ..-5^5 CASH.huyera of \»-i«^*>;.jaJa»jj Wirew^rite. . : . :? .?. - < líóngTékcu^-^^ Phone 288 - P.O. Box 42 filip! - ißMTCHER, LONGREACH, BEGS to notify that He is now prepared to supply. aodrjcLeliver ' -«. ..''«^Íjí-'T^:*^.,.- . .' .. First^elaaa tcp in any quantity at Çiïrrèftt Bates : A. cTriaíSolicited ?V, "4i PRICES HÁYE BEEX*REDUC|E]> lu accordance with other brands. ' But the' 'QVx\IiITY RESIAINS'THE SAME. Perfect tèmper,. high class finish, and accurate flit arc,tho jclmr'àrteristi^es- pt*Áe LtSTJSHl Interchange " ' Any IJISTER toûpUèn tc. "from the Bracket to^lie.-;^ reasonable' ft'ua^ítlí^ Branchs ' immediately ' On-* receipt v<"pr/ ordëjft.! There lsino^elay>i*Uh^MSl-Etf^! Write fo r ' tmtalôgiiè' price ILsV, ' -1 ' ' . j£? ....... . "--'.ft. Vrt^T,-". *i~£r-. *i >. 2 Cz Carson, sSole ^Agents. ; tl P %fea ^toi PHÈCE ^>Au evjentrof extraordinary iiit^st. and .a^ s^ijpreine appeal to/all keen sh...

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

, ' ; MiVRRIEp;' .y.; S}3í PMS.;"' ' 7 . .-. The above match "took placé at the lo- cal show, grounds on Sunday, last and re- sulted in a win for the ."Singles" by 10. runs - onkhé first. innings, despite the., fact that they batted-three men short. The,scores -were as follow :-- v ..- -< '. . .MARRIED.-First innings. " ? £: . Savage, c Turner, b Conlon - ......... ^2 ;Byrne,- c ; sub., b Boyd . ........ ~6 . 'Gallwey, run-out ..... .. i 8 . Durkin* hio.w., b Righetti. .s.. . ._ll ? S; Wood, c Righetti; b Campbell . ... . * 5 vO'Röurke; b Campbell . .... :2 . W. Wood, b' Campbell . ........... ... ?.? 0 Meares,- b Conlon,-/. .Ii................. *13 Boyd,'c Bunn, b Conlon-..... v.. <;....?? - 0. ». . Meyers, not out . v.-r. .. .v."? 8 - Hall, b Conlon. ' O' Sundries- . *'S - Total ................. ¿68 . SINGLE;-First innings. .:.¿.,.;Boyd. b Durkin. ¿ 0 . Coplón, c :Byrne, b Durkin ....j..... -/'O Ellis, ç O'Rourke, b Savage- - 0 Campbell, c xmd b Durkin ; . ....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Prickly Pear. COMMISSION TO BE APPOINTED. INVESTIGATING QUEENSLAND PROBLEMS. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Prickly Pear; | . .; .'. ":--- : o : . ICOMMISSION TO BE APPOINTED. "*?.' ..-.INVESTIGATING- QUEENSLAND , -' . -PROBLEMS. -j' IT-.";- ¡i ." ri- BRISBANE, Friday. . "Mr. Coyne announced "yesterday that a Commission, will be 'appointed early this month, with all the powers of a Royal Commission for the. purpose .of investig-a^ ting Queenshind prickly pear problem.

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

Commercial -- : o-- : WOOL SALES. 'i Messrs. Wiiichcombe, Carson, wired from Sydney as (follows :-r Sydney wool/market closed to-day witli . competition showing full strength notice- able at. récent auctions. Japan was ia^gaih ' a-most active-bidder. America continued: purchasing eagerly, and Yorkshire. was" again a heavy buyer. Prices for ail wools" ~ were keenly sustained with xa tendency, iii ' owners' favour. . The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile^ Agency; Coy, Ltd., Longreach, reports :-: Our Melbourne office advises as follows :--, Melbourne, 17th January. Offered to- day .8,000 bales. Best catalogue of season.* Sold lot. Keen competition home trade,, Ariierican, Japan. Compared close : De- cember best merinos'' comebacks 10 pei" cent "higher, tbpmafcing sorts 10 per cent to 15 per cent higher. , ' ENOGGERA MARKET. ? . , /The-Australian ¡Estafes rëport pn Wednes-: day's fat stock sales as follows':- . - Sheep.-4920 penned, market erratic,* , opened', at last week's rates, but' ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
France and Germany. GERMANY REFUSES TO DELIVER COAL MOB ATTACK FRENCH POST. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

t German^ . " G ERMAXYREFÚSFJS^TO COATÍ MOB ATTACK FRENCH POST. . . " V : ;. PARIS, Tuesday. , The Conference behveeñ^ gen- erals; ano/. - German Industrialists ended abruptly when the, German representa- tives absolutely refused to deliver coal. > General Simon presènted final orders that work in the mines must begin to-morrow otherwise further sections would be im- posed. - . - It is reported that * all Frenchmen- are being expelled from Germany. - - : BERLIN,, Wednesday. . -.JThe French entered Dortmund at noon.. Referring to; the E'rench general's threat to/ai'rest recalcitrant coal miners, the coal j director declares that this will not induce ¡ owners to comply with the French de >;-mS'nd., .. V; '. ? y^jlii'iB-omciqAly . statetl. that, a mob bf- young communists attacked the French pqst ;ät-'B°chum. Shots were..fired where- upon . the French : replied and two demon Htratörs.,wei"e -killed. . > PARIS, Wednesday. .ir :i;The!A£lnistry. of Foreign Affairs announces / .th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wools Sales. ADVANCE IN LONDON. HULL, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

? ' f^f'WborSajés^^V^ ...J AI>VAXÇE ik ¿ÓXDOX. ' ', - A^'tue Wool sitie to-dáy^théré wás.a good - , demand for ';. merinos at . 51;/ber oèni- above ' the. ; London December, /clpsüi'g ¡ rates. Crossbreds showed "an adväncef qfvio "per centi %/ . .. ..:.:.". "i^'rii - "W-firt .,2ttBIjBOtJRNE..SaSpBi^^/ *"'? . . -> RECORD /pp'53Jd. ;^p^ SÇQ^ED: . r~~À '-.f-i^MpEBpUR^^irThursday;' * The- wool-sales closed "yesterday. ' The. wools/ were drawn-' fro,m ¡a wide, range, * in- cluding Queensland wool, 'scoured locally, which reached the record price of 5 3 Jd.

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

Held Over. ;í y. '? ; . Owing to. pressure on our -space by late.*?.:-' news we have been unavoidably compelled*; to. hold over ai* interesting letter td theí'- : editor on the question of "The .Retícula.-*'-1-/' tion of the' River Water." This will. áppearm; . next week, in which issue, we. also propbselÄ; , to publish a vei'y interesting letter fronxv*V-'r Mr."David Williams, juriiv, written to' liis¡f§/^'; niother from Hong Kong, and which weJ£»;r «re publishing by kind..permission of vMrsM/; ; Williams, of Talleyrand. '"" Illegally Branding, Cattle^' |ï;/: At the Windorah Police Court. on Tues-I*/-^ day last, before Acting- P.M. Aftkin, Jôh.rifë'-::i Rättery appeared on a charge'of havingM//, .illegally branded a. white cow'the propertyfcwi ot. Palparara Station. Sub-inspector Far-8y%;: rèll prosecuted, and Mr. Lilley (Róckhamp-fe r ton) appeared for the defendant.. The whole W.. ofTuesday was decupled, in "the hearing '.^p--; of evidence, for the prosecution,: and the W£ case, ...

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Engineering Wonders. EMPIRE EXHIBITION. PRESS-THE-BUTTON IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

i Engineering ; L Wonders. -,-: o : EMPIRE EXHIBITION. PRESS-THE-BUTTON IDEA. 'The' most up-tó?3ate and representative assembly of machinery that the world has ever seen will be: sbiown..-at':.the British -Em- piré .Exhibition in 1924. Hundreds, of thbu " sands, of pounds' worth of 20th' century inventions, and craftsmanship will be on . view. ' At the invitation of the executive counT cil of the exhibition, the British Engin- eers' Association and the" British' Electric- al and Allied Manufacturers' Association have consented to organise and arrange all the exhibits of the electrical, general, , jand marine engineering, and the ablest "men in these industries are now applying their ,minds assiduously to this stupendous " task. " ' Shipbuilding improvements are to play u part wbi'thy of an Empire of great mar- iners. Latest, developments in ship con- struction and marine engineering will be displayed. Visitors will be agle to see how the oil in the most modern oil-burning ships is d...

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

For Home-loyers Everywhere. SHERWN-WLUÂMS Brighten up Box will add a touclv of t<n..'ht . ness here and there. T ?.s ' form your home #itß-:i. '.ie .. decorative finis h eafí. - -': -. Any Brighten-up Varrißn, Stain or Enamel can be' '.purchased separately. . V- . \ ?">?? . All are . guaranteed under the,Cover the Earth" trade-mark. » Ask your local agent co tell you more* about Sherwin Williams Brighten-up Box, . , - .Local Agents: -:. ED .TAKDS. MAttTIN, I/TD. United Friend ly Societies* Day, Longreach. SPORTS AND GRAND * PROCESSION. * Show <3rounds FRIDAY 26th January 1923 1. 15.' P. S. HANDICAP, of £20 ; 2nd i £3, 3rd £2,' 4th £1 from prize. « 120 yards. %'domination;.;?6.7r» ;, . acceptance, 5/-. "; \ . . 4. : Motor Bike Hace, "4 laps, of £5' ; .M.; 2nd £1 from '"prize! Nomination 2/C. 7. MEMBERS' HANDICAP, of £5/5/ :2nd-£lYl/- front prize. ' Open, to all members.-of theGombiníeii. -."Societies. 75 yards; Entrance fee 2/-. ^ . . ; CONDITIONS : Nominatio...

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

ä Vindication ot Sweets. The gênerai belief that the consumption of jamg¿ jellies, and such sweets is re- sponsible, for. the progress of decay in our teeth, has ñóf'been borné out by experi- ments which were made at the . Hygenic . Institute, of the Leipzic University. On the other ftând it was indicated (points ' out the ? "aiípntreal- Witness" ) that . bread was responsible "tor' such- -troubles. This - was" shown. Vpy^taking perfectly . .sound -. teeth arid coiïting them , with wax?, into, which an . aperture.was made at one point or anpth- . er, andi-' these were then subjected to ah . inimersipn in a mixtur-e of* bread ah'd sjalL ya at a's temperature of 37 degrees "centi- grade.' 5, At the end of 33 days many pf the teeth showed signs of softening at the ex- ;, posed p.pints ; while 23 days later all show- ed the/softening sigiis. At the end of 124 days completely. .developed cavities were aprmrept in ali tnevt.eet'fi",urider-experiment." A simijár test with'), ja maraud jell...

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

LONGREACH AS^CIAXiÖN. ; ;'^ ^WEEKIJX MEETING. ; ;...-*,The:-weekly^ the, Longiwa^ was held in. ^ ph Monday ; if-night flastiL.whên . there--lwbre >p>esënt ïjr^-;*, .Tklessrs/í S.- S.".'-'Clark;.' (chairman),. Rr/ .F." ? Creaglje, Er jGebbie^ W/^M.cDërinott, F. B. ':' O'BOur'ke,; and I?.thé.'"secretary (Mr. ^¡E. . H; * .Glasson).''*'''' ^-.T:-")-;/-'.. ' '-....>..,.. /'/_/' . . ' 'Mr. .A. Í.-^G^ owing-;;tb his^de^arture/fró : .he would be'íúrialiléíto accèpt -}ofilcè Vas' a \ . vice-prèsïdént-'Tpfihë;-associât ib^^'^but.,. en-. /" -closed.£1/V success.^Receive'd: - r.~ ? ':'.-'...= '. ' The -Ryah'Shield ;Execütiy"e" supplied a " copy bf the/minutes^^ . included in which it was/recordedthat: the combined Central ,W"e'st';lv. *Hartigan|s^;team .:match/tb:be play^ a- secretary be appointed :at Longreach to carry ,¿ut ' the arrangements- À further minute.'set^ forth' "that. £5 0 guarantee-from , each '^association be in the hands of . the Byan'ÍSiüeld Executive .president on br ...

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

;-;":--'3"V:; CRicasasT NOTES.;-;/ .'"' ? . >The;-'Naw;South Wales Cricket Associa- tion; is .scouring the'" ranks'" of the junior ' teams -ip an effort-to Vsecurë a fast bowler---' for the f orthçomïng., Sheffield Shield match againstbeen ' selected, ajnd 'tííéy' were requested .to -prac- tise -with the interstate team- during ?the week. . ?:[-?"?:"-.W r¿:'- ;:!''.' i.Mx*. ;H. '.JJ. \.Colliris< jcaptain. of : the. .New-r ' South ' Wales ..crlckèt. téáni, .-' lias been *ap ? pointed .i»; ^tlperidiary/-¿sté for ' three ^;ráce/jclulb«.:ih~Sydp

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

hAt" the Albion Parle' í¿ces^-..ÍÍh'e/;.fiJly/Bld~ : ; dy ..Rouble :fell, -."suddenly,, fracturing!:, a. -^shoulder, /SheSÉiad., to bè^'''âea^^!éà..-/i[/--'~y' » A world's swimming -re.córd for 880 yards - was established by the boy;-\?oñder,' Charl ton,, .at tha^Sydney .-Domain, baths'.; on ^Sat vuVday,-;, his timevb^ thus beating the '.record;; of ?' Norman Ross by . 19secs. '~\. .. . . . '-?>?'''\.'\ '"j' ' '.. The Davls\Cup : player, J. Ö. Anderson. . (playing with" L. >Bafcer)t' suffered a ^sur- prise defeat at .the" hands bf R. Spehcer. and P Kalms (country) in New South W/áles championship tennis on ^Saturday. ; - GeorgesCarpe.ntier, the French .cham- pion/ has ;signed ;a¿ contract'tb fight Beck- ett' in ibridbh>:during, the first - fortnight; in. May. ?? -' \ ' " ;' - ..? "r A guarantee of-, £40,0.00,--'or- 375 percept . of_ the;reclilpts;,'has :been offered- to Demp ' sey,.'iwbrld's':v>.heav^ champion;' tb meet the winner of : the Beckett-Smith ? fight..; "; . ¿...

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News Epitome. DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

News Epitome. ' ":. *. .. ..: -<¿'í/--V---°-- ?? . :-. 'The1 mém^iial^ío^the late Sir. Ross Smith """ at " Fannie" Bay/ 4n the Northern Territory, . was completed last. week. , Mrí. A.' C.VËlphinstone, .MX.A., forVÖx ley,¿;;fiaVt~ d^cMed- to,- decline «nomination as .thë.''NatibharVçandlô!até at the , forthcoming by-election or the^ Rpckhamptpn" seat, in - "the"-State Parliament, rendered vacaht . by Mr. FOrde's election to the;: Federàl;i;p'ar-. filament as member for Capricbrnia.;. ;. t The executive of the International Trades' . Union :Federatton has appealed to. organ- " iise'd' Xábbur all over* the world tol.protest .-against the.action of France.in advancing * ' " into the Ruhr. ; . '.':/. '4 ; ."The lestate of the. late ..Earl Spencer :has been/valuedat £Í,"197¿326V death' .duties .amounting 'to '£359,197. " v/ .. . .> ."' ? Sir Keith . Smiths has . arrived . in London . after- m4Ûihg^arrangeme.nts.;.ïn the;"; Far ' East," Câîniàa^a for his > proposed world ...

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

Motor roand Cycling r Notes. ' j v'.-'.'&l remarkable performance has just-béë j recorded inEngland/ by an "A.C.". . Hg! J ^car with' a ,.4>!pyclihdér. engine under' th ? litres class (1500: c*c). . There: .ha I heten considerable, rivalry ambngst^-'EUrc ? f/.Çeân/builder^^ tb" wiiicn^ ca ? "would be the?-first toÄnegbtiate>V ÍO^ímlle " In^-the hour, . andt'thb/honor: has vîbeèh £wo » by the EngUsh-v built* *ÍA.C."; The: .drlv " ??? wfs àccomblishëdà1^ ; ;b3| A* -J. .Jo^çëV?.ità in*/the 60 mihutesf.being;:slïghtly*rovër;/loi - 1/3 miles from fé. standlngjstjart. ^Th'e, fast ?%/ est mile duririg^he;^uh:^as' r jús^t v ünde r^w^ to note tha / the "A-C.;*. .ls" the lightest' qt 'all1 ligtí^;cat inuits class.- .t ../ ?:..:..../"/ \ .-, .For some .years Áfipw/tte changed little; in .' outward j/ap^p.éárah.cé'^Jsi thatto the. uninitiated^. ilT;^ aij, pears that" little progress ' is '^ ; Experienced -. motorcyclists - know that thi isT;far frpn^;b&^ years enorihbus&am...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Limited.. IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDING, LONGREACH. j?;v ' Special Agents :Xjor~$<. ''v>^:a^£^ : || Queensland Primary producers Co-operative fl ! ^ Agency Ltd., Woof #nä Producé Brokers, .f" - Agencies- . ^-^.M^^ ,*.s¿f^^&r¿*^\ jv , . 1 Queensland> Trustees Umited: ;' .\ V'> :v - .*:.) . ¡I i. Northern Assurance Company., I ; Get two Hours Breeze XMËV BRING THE BEACH INTO l^NGREACH ^Direct/Importer- of Joiood'tóe^íí'fc^F^ns. "0 ~./ / ' .'. j ? rv.:..'H*;-- LONGREACH. . ??Yr\y-,"-- - . .. - f 5s«v The^dyañtages possessed by .ai wS^^** \¿ § I - -.-Ä^- Tailbr-ifläde mnr thr i nrrlirnrr? \ fjSp^ j -rs*. ^ shopwiade 1 garment* cant ;f* r:\;^V "? ?-. .Ss . ? I -'S. . : only be fullyrealised by the . _ _ w jlk^ j s' wearer of a good TaUormade. . i# jHffev ' j ? ! ^v,v.,',.- R'/Ä; We specialise-in ..Tailoring, ''-111^^^^^^ . \ 1 .«« Costumes .for d&riminating |¡j¡M " f ' =5, Our waV^of unaking Jme < ,t ffl ^ j '?*/Í'-''\.\ :Í: Ä-, smartest and best ...

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Harnessing the Sun. COOKERY BY SUNLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 19 January 1923

Harnessing the Sun. --- : o : - « -_- , v . - > : COOKERY BX SUNLIGHT. ; To Aristotle^ science was a study .for the '. elect, and never co. be yoked to the material utilities of life ; to his latterday disciples lt 'is,, in some ;of its applications, riioré and more the pliant servitor of the housewife, the -first-dtd" of the pioneer -. in. ( houseless' wilds. Perhaps we jaré, not all sblsbphistï .-.cated as that hardy, cynic who, in: Sydney Smith's presence,., spoke disrespectfully^ of the equator, yet to us of the Occident, the sun, which is^a deity to the7 worshipping^' v^East, becomes \a means to a poached egg. r . Not that the practical, partnership ends there .(writes Ernest A. Byrant in "Over- seas"). -Its ramifications embrácela nrruch more varied, dietary than that too famil- iar detail bf the breakfast table. To the, astronomers on Mount "Wilson, in Californ- ia, where the "greatest yet"./ in telescopes moves and has "its seeing, disciplined' sun-. shine is the . agent ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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