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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

This Office . for Up=to=date Ideas in Printing TRY US Harriip Bros. AERATED WATER and COKDIAIi M AN UFA C >T U RERS. WISH, to notify tho Retail ^Traders and Hotelkèépers of Longreach and District, that-they can. supply Cordials,.and .Special lines of'Aerated Waters of" the véry best quality. Try the following. LEMON SQUASH. CHILLI PUNCH. RASPBERRY.- "- ^ - " SARSAPARILLA. And nil other lines of Cordials. Nip Tonic Water, D.ry Ginger Ale, Soda Water and. Sarsa. You fcan. pr-ocure from your Merchant or write direct. "" ' Be sure you get HARRUP. W. WIEN, (FRUITERER, CpNirEOTipNER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) Desires to notify the Public that he has REMOVED to new premises,, and is now conducting business- in the old "NEWS" OFFICE, EAGLE-STREET, LQ^NG REACH. Thanking all old Patrons who- have so splendidly supported him-since the recent fire, and soliciting a Continuance of such Patronage. HIS ADVICE IS ? ;, ?'Don't Forget My Celebrated^- ¿ Lomon Squashes." Extended 'until furt...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"The Queensland Producer." [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

"Thc Queensland IVoducciv'' -^j;;: : t ' We hnve received copies of ??thè^i^^^^i -publication, n nev/ weekly issued ..ii^;ïih.>#.^ official organ of the* 'Queensland-;; Prpfl^ÔÇ^ . ers1 Association. . Tho publication is Avel)a%£ grot up and should appeal to the primary . ; producer's, especially tliore . : c.-.nraged in

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 — 26 January 1923

y:' A.W.U. Notes . j During the week a general meeting bl the members of thc A.W.U. was held in the A.W.U. Hall. Eighty seven members were present. ~ . ¡ The business was to. discuss Rotation of Employment and engaging' of all labour. in those industries .covered by the A.W.U. through the Union. ' % After a lengthy discussion a resolution was agreed to without a dissentient," that' the Convention now sitting in Sydney em- ' power the Queensland Executive to call a plebiscite during thè ' forthcoming annual ballot of all members of 'the A.W.U." - in Queensland to see if they favour this ac- tion and if the principal is affirmed by the vote of the members. That the Court be approached to haye it included in the next award. . . ' Inspector , Th.içl, of Brisbane, Inspector under the Shqp Factory Act, during the week has made an. inspection of the hotels and business places of thp town. It is un- derstood that a njimber Qj adjustments a,s to wages and holiday time had'to be made", also t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Saluting the Flag. PRACTISE OPPOSED BY A.W.U. DEPUTATION. MINISTER PROMISES TO ABOLISH. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Saluting; the Flag. PRACTISE. OPPOSED BY A.W.U. DEPUTATION. MINISTER PROMISES TO ABOLISH. BRISBANE, Thursday. According to the Labour daily the Min- ister for Education promised a deputa- tion of A.W.U. delegates,- who interviewed him that the practice of saluting the flag will be discontinued at State Schools when they re-openêd after the present vacation. The delegates stated that the .practice inculcated a jingoistic and imperialistic spirit in the minds of the children.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Main Roads Board. £40,000 PLANT IN USE. SPENDING OVER £30,000 MONTHLY. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Main Roads Board, £40,000 PLANT IN TÍSE. SPENDING OVER £30,000 MONTHLY. BRISBANE, Thursday. Over 700 m'en and plant and machinery valued at, nearly £40,000 are occupied in operations now being carried out by the Main Roads .Board, which is spending riioney nt the rate of over £30,000 monthly.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A New Judge. THE SUPREME COURT. TOWNSVILLE BARRISTER APPOINTED. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

.A New Judge, » -,-: o : THE SUPREME COURT. TOWNSVILLE BARRISTER APPOINTED. BRISBANE, Thursday. After the Cabinet meeting yesterday it was announced that Mr. H. Douglas, the well-known barrister ol' Townsville, had been appointed to the Supreme Court Bench. ' - ,

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Prime Ministership. FURTHER ADVANCE IN NEGOTIATIONS CAPTAIN BRUCE PROBABLE LEADER. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

The; Prime Ministership. FURTHER ADVANCE IN NEGOTIATION'S . . CAPTAIN BRUCE PROBABLE LEADER. ? - - MELBOURNE, Thursday.- ' following On the proposal re a composite Ministry made by the National'"Party' to the delegates of the Country Party; definite ' progress ha's' been made towards' a, settle- ment of the political crisis and the Country Party., has put forward proposals for, tho Nationalist's consideration at a party.' meet- ing to. be^held on Wednesday next. These are that the Country Party is prepared to' support a'National Ministry lindert a leadêr ' other than Mr. Hughes ; tjiat Hughes' retirement is essential ; and that the Country Party is prepared to consider the formation of a composite Ministry on condition that the. Country ; Party pre- serves a separate, entity) The general opinion., is that at the Na- tional meeting on * Wednesday, Captain Bruce will be put -forward for the 'Prime Ministership.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cyclonic Storm, DAMAGE AT MORVEN. ALMOST EVERY HOUSE DAMAGED. CHARLEVILLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Cycloiiic Storm, DAMAGE AT MORVEN'. ALMOST EVERY HOUSE DAMAGED. CHARLEVILLE, Friday. , Yesterday evening ' cyclonic storms vis- ited this portion of the. Western districts. Through, mutilated telephone messages to the authorities here it transpires that the worst damage was at Morven, which got the full blast of the cyclonic^ blow, which swept everything before it., ... The Royal Hotel, occupied by Mrs. Carey suffered most severely, thé storm blowing the'roof off, and carrying the iron in all directions. The Commercial Hotel also . suffered considerable damage, the roof be- ing partly blown -away, whilst Fltzwalter's store suffered much damage. Nearly every house in Morven was more* or less damaged, and the only buildings to escape damage were the Post Office and the Police Station. Acting Sergeant Creedy reports that; no lives have been lost. He states that Mrs. Banks, who owns the Royal Hotel and - several damaged buildings will be a con- siderable loser by the results-'Of the'sto...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Sudden Death. YOUNG WOMAN AT CHARLEVILLE. LITTLE KNOWN CONCERNING DECEASED. CHARLEVILLE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Suddeh Death. -- . o : --- YOUNG WOMAN" AT CHARLEVILLE. LITTLE KNOWisT CONCERNING DE- CEASED. .v; CHARLEVILLE, Friday. » Norah Lavery, aged. 23, who recently came here from Gowrie outsation, died: -suddenly yesterday. Very little is known? ¿iev'e concerning . the¿young woman, hut it; ls known that she has a sister in Rock- hampton and a brother at Emerald.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
United Party Convention. MOTION FOR UNITY CARRIED. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. ROCKHAMPTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

United. Party Convention. -; o : MOTION FOR UNITY CARRIED. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. ROCKHAMPTON. Friday. Tho United Party Convention was held yesterday and proved very satisfactory. A" resolution favouring unity was carried un- animously after four hours', exhaustive debate. BRISBANE, Friday. The United Party Convention opened in Rockhampton yesterday. A motion was carried "unanimously that in the ^pinion, of the conference it was desirable in the interests bf the State that a united party should be formed in order to secure sane and responsible government. The motion was carried amid scenes of the greatest enthusiasm. The President of the. Convention General Glasgow, afterwards an- . nounced that nine members of the Country Party-Messrs. J. G. Appel, R. J. Warren, E. T. Bell, Fletcher, Green, J. C. Peterson. W. Beddington, Jones and A. E; Elphin- stone intended to take an early oppor- tunity of consulting the whole of thc Country Party with the object of endeav- ouring to influence the pa...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HERE AND THERE. (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) A Smart Retort. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

:í: .-~ o : t (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) . *Í . : . . -,-v': . . ; J . - tftP > --o- / x , . - -V ^. . ? '. ». * *An enraged,, working^m&n. got -into dis? íjnu'te with, one "of the^ spefffters-during, the recent British elections::" ''Who huiít' Buck-' - .ingham Palace ?" he cried, "Why,- the fworking man i Anti w^oilMs. in .Bucltjng ' ham Palace^ ? /The king." Is thaFfair; ?" -The speaker, a^ûs^qn>ed/'|t'óJ%eck^B^\.htld ¿his dart ready: * ''Who Smade your~'";tróu«V ' ers ?" he asked. ? "The tailor," growled the working-man... -"Well, my^groo^felio'w^ ac- cording to your argument, he should weär s them." ? - '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Correspondence. AN APPRECIATION. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Correspondence. \ I ; t rt i . ' AN APPRECIATION. ?' (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"), . s,:.^lr;~YoupJaré to be": congratulated upon ?the .improved 'appearance in¿the local' pro-' ;duotipn knpwnra^ ' ^ [ - <' In * mattel'. '' it "is certainly>evplutionaiT. * as each Edition comes from your hands.) it reveals in'substance and charaèter "ípoe¿ better" and evinces a desire to- keep p;ace^ with, all that-is transpiring-and; of inter-; est to. our town and district, besides the.-" call is made for contributions to keep pace: With th? advanced ..times. ' .1 feel drawn' and called upon to" give you this" form of k ^encouragement, as, I have always felt that 'sin centre such as, ..burs with abundant -riches as the direct result of. production "wí should be able to support à,'"press" of ,..,the .first water, besides giving* a reason-v "able return Pf profit'to those who are find-: " ¿lng; you the sinews to enable you to make * this possible. "This you have set'out to do and ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Reviews. r¡ ". * ? ? ' ~ ? ; "Tho TJiispeakabló^GeritlétnwV^From the Australian agents for Hoddëi; and Stoúghton, Ltd, publishers, vrè have re- ceived . copy' of .this new ..novel. "To"the reader in search of Something "good" hereto, is the. göods, for with "The Unspeakable ' Gentleman" -J. P. Márquand (the author) lias succeeded^ in>.Tnaking a. définit e., break in the flood of realistic fiction of recent years. It is a story of action arising from . a plot against Napoleon, and alt lovers of 'v\. books. of the^style. oC "The Scarlet Pimper- -".. nell/'. &c, ,will welcome another'such novel. *'. Marquand .leads, his reader to "believe that the Unspeakable Gentleman is " "unspealc . ablp," but there, is an ending which lWavés .>. -the' reader - jyith. quite a different opinion - of ^Captain ^Shelton:' We .'can- 'thoroughly recommend'this publication ito all readers .-. of the-I'JLeader,^ , ' * ? "Australian Museum. . Magazine"--The 'seyenth^iffumber of;; this populars ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tenacious Prickly Pear. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

£ ;¿ Tenacious Prickly - -Pear, ;,r :>. A remarkable example o£ the ^enaijity - . of Hf e¿. of prickly p^ ar is to be seen in,£he museum of the New South Wales^TDe-;V'v¡ partment of Agriculture. Over "four ¿geaváW ;-ago some specimens of pear "bulbs ^?^pfe.. .^.placed in si glass case. AIlvbut one 'A in tho confined dry.air. This one,.i4Ei bulli of 4 inches ,long and C' inches in*, oircum ^ ference, pushed ,out a new^shoot la^t year, ÇîWind lt- is now green and about 4^..,. inches i long. "". Whçri the plant will not,-only live I but grow Under- such conditions .^is". it. ¡any, ^ wonder títiáp it'is difficult ¿ori^n^ift'^e'áeld y. -or tQÎ dry, without PQisopij'Íg,x''s\^ffi¿iehtly '^'to burri ? Neithere is/it .anxVw^^ei*-th« *?." drought has little effect '^n |'tlí^. 'pear, its .'..growth, * greenness, .or succulen'cy.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Long Rail Trip. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

It has often beeir said" that Australia is ?-a country^ of., luagnffieleii.t distances. Here ; is a (^s&T-ip ppmt.' ^Mva^b.' Froggatfi 'who" , retui*n^ä^.:1VIack|iy''|ji^^eek afte ?r^jspend : íng á^holiday in Pef&h, travelled an entire distance of 4076 mips by rail, -being the . first person to complete the greatest tln t interrupted journey $y rail in Australia. ¿The ipurney occupied. 163 travelling hours, ?.-and involved changing into eleyenÄrains.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Pig Weighing 1058lbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

;,;, Pig Wclgliiiig 10581US. The . following remarkable but authent- icated particulars of a famous show pig ap 'peared in Auckland, N.Z. paper. Thus : ; "Billy is the largest pig on earth. No pig j .ever lived to . compare with" Billy for size .?and weight. 14.-392 ,people .paid,., for ad-, ^mission at the Christchurch A.'and'P. Show to see the mammoth, andr marvelled, at its r colossal imensions". Thèse arer his dimen- sions : Length, 8ft. 3in. ; height, 3ft. Oin. ; i;.girth, 6ft.-Oin. ;7weight, ,105.Slb." Mr. Or ?.1'cha rd sta'tes^that- the,"pig.is.a cross between *a Tamworth-and^á Big Black .

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

ILÍACA \ 57-59 -SYDN£YÁ£étt»£". . - j . á : CORNER ÖEORGE fi %^|||^ ' S - s ; RESTRüHhvirHnbiJCHout/^^^^^^^^) I » ' Su PER i ol« ENGLISH /i^^^^^^W I ? l-l #Í^^^"«EPA«RS "»iriir^^-r x^^¿ÍN&IL STRINGS. nowNoRCRQJí : I « I ;>:N?2T(7:.6^r QP PER STRING- -.{. fi . .:. '^^KACQIJETSSENT PARCELPOST» I I ''' .' C^r^p <MS" WITH ORDERS.: I J IATI mmCoUiVTRrOilDER.'l; j MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS,. ETC. (JACK PATTiSÖN, Reg. C.Q.R.Á0 . IMPERIAL HOTEL, BUILDINGS, . ' \ LONGREACH. Commissions Executed on all'.Events P.., -... .Local and Southern. Golden, Casket--Hoebart every Mail. Pop AU LATE SPORTING INFORMATION .Phone>". 'i.v>..: . ,r ..... " Mahoney & -Pattison . 78 -| (Slipp). i Alan , Mahoney ^2,77 ^.(^esl^ence). Jack ^Pattison 203 /(-Residence). P. Ö. BOX .9, LONGREACH; ÄPthiii J. Simmonds PHARMACEUTICAL . . . . . CHEMIST Eagle Ste Ldn^ëaçli» A'j&SNT. FOB ; *. ' HIDES, - SKINS . etc.. ctc.,v BUTCHERS, LONGREACH, are CASH...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

r . ------- THE FIXTURES. *'?-Saturday, January "27.-"Edwards -Martin " V. :Blues. Umpires : Messrs Heath and ^Dangerfield. . <.-? .. ,si . ~ ' . j. Sunday. January 28,-r-Shnmrocks rv. .Hazeldean. Umpires : Messrs. Creaghs umxiû Potter.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONGREACH ASSOCIATION WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

1.ÓNQ REACH ASSOCIATION, ---; o :-'? ? WEEKLY MEETING. ..The executive of the. Longreach Oriel Association met in Cory's office on ~M< day night last when there "Were-present ; Messrs. S. 'S. Clarice (chairman), Key, C. ¿Wilson,. St. F. Creaghe, E. Gebbie, Róseman, AÍ¿M. Savage, H. B; Menzies, B. O'Rourke, N. 'S. Moffat, and the si retàry- (Mi\"E. -H.;,Glasson). '. A letter was-received from-Mr. R. ;HJ tlgan asking to be notified of""the.'.'list fixtures and.arrangements for the tour his "eleven. . The secretary stated that so far he h not received a reply from. the Ryan Shit executive as to how far they wished t .secretary appointed by the Longreach "A sociâtion to control the tour, and as what extent the Ryan Shield Executi would control. The .Chairman : Before we can decii anything we should know definitely wh it is inteded to do. Mr. Creaghe : I do not see how we ct .discuss thé "matter until we receive- a r ply!, from the Ryan Shield Executive. . Mr. Moffat.: I'think...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

? - ; CRICKET NOIRES. The drafting committee met . on Monday Jiight last and allotted players as follows : -To Hazeldean, -Messrs.. Jackson, C. Boyd, and 'Campbell f to Shamrocks, Messrs. W. White, and Barbour ; and to Edwards Mar- tin, Mr. Davidson. In the first innings of Shamrocks on Sat urday'last a 'peculiar incident happened in the dismissal of E; Glasson;-- ,Playing for- ward to a .ball Glasson snicked'-'the' ball be- tween' ther¿rwicket-keéper's pads where tho ball becoming .w.edged remained until tho .Wicket-keeper^secured possession. Great i'nterset is "being taken in the ; fbrthcoming, tour -of ' Hartigah's team, whiciv expects to leave ^Brisbane on the 11th \ or 12th of .March.Local players are:"ën denvo'uring - to; strike best:f brm" in order to ' qualify.^ for ¡sélectibíí - bbth"* in the local ; tetiin'" n iii'' the combined -'Centra.1 West. eleven/"1*^ -.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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