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An interesting Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

,. An ititerestitigr Visitor. j' 1 "-, i w i -7 The : "visitor" In ttiis'eásé is a road ca -a steam car-the property of Mr. P. He garth, of ' " Clio," and during the stay o Mr. Hogarth in Longreach the car attract ed much attention, as it also did at Black all and other centres passed through ej route. This car is one bf two of» the sanr Stanley Steam Car. Mr. Hogarth - (who i .make in Queensland, and'is known a's th< ris well known is one of the few Quuenslant residents who possesses' á private, aero- plane, and although not being the firsl to secure a 'plane he was the first .tp -erecl a hangar) on being interviewed by our re- presentative gave some very; interesting facts; concering the car. . It is capable oí .a speed of 72 milès an hour, although Mr. Hogarth has never exceeded 60, and as the name implies is propelled by steam, which is generated in a reinforced multiple tub . ular boiler heated by. kerosene fuel burnt on a principle similar to the ordinary primus sys...

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

- $ . REBUILT "?¿Ü^^^B' I fi This monthes prie, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j j i ' Jj they have tried "Raüroads," which have *'made gc«d"-H '..J|IÍ|¡' -, ;'\i|> j ) - t * f| saving trouble-piling up thousands of miles of ?sàtàtactory'' .1J\-:''V j I' j service-and cutting down anning cost. There is no doubi^ ^ ,v^,| .. ' jj I . S ' ' , ' * j give exceptionally fine'wear, and it's no wonder, for the ÍTv^f § I f\s - .. s V. " , I world s best in rubber and fabric-and plenty of it-plus . f'^\J * " I ! ' \ A ' I the greatest care and skill in manufacturéis incorporated pSflp . -, J' . j* '; / '; j in - every "Railroadl'r^ You. wiU profit I , ' </ ;j Obtainable all garage«» - BlS > ='S ? J. ki''' " f DUNLOP RUBBER CO. V' . ^'f;: I " 's - 'I * iF0ondtn.mf.th0 Pneumatic Tyrm IndarttJ) , Ilt^^ 'B ' J I * 1 ALL STATES . ^ . . ^ ANt> ÍI.Z. p ^--^j^:

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

mm ¡i- II » »«n» I L. C. Wooldridge & Co., 'llakC'' : limited. . , . :. Stock and Staten" Agents, v ;i IMPERIAL HOTEL, BUILDING, Special Agents for-r- #. 1 ? Queensland Primary Producers ^ Co-Operative K " W Agency Ltd*, WboLänd Prodiice Brokers. -Agencies- -.. . Queensland Trustees Limited.. r Northern; Assurance Company. . A. H. Mc NICOL, Electrical Engineer, :. {Certificated) llongr^ph Re^esentatiye of an efficient V organisation covering the whole ' v-. : of Queensland. Address District Inquiries to Box 54, Phone 272, V or catt at Ea¿lé=streetr Show Room. - . '.n ? " ' ..* -v v_ -k We; supply ^ everylhliig Electrical." ^Tailoring of ^ Mx^ptjorial- Merit i pride ourselves on curability to give ajbe'tter tailoring Service, oneJhjat will please the mostcritical man. In all thé points th~at go to make good Tailoring -better fabrics in 'ffwider range--chotee and^ïiar mó(iioüs patterns-skilled cutting-expert tailoring at the. hands of waster craftsmen-careful finish " qnd neat...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

I -,-THE LATEST THING IN MOTORLESS 'PLANES.-No wires of, - j. I tropes are used, and the pilot.Bits in à box which has no surplus room ^ I I except for the manipulation of foot and hand gear«. . ..- . j IL«-«*T-." oZ' ' ... i

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

IN MEMORIAM. ETHEL MAUD YOUNG -First anni-   'versary, 22nd 'January,' 1923. A precious one from us is" gone A voice, we love is stilled ; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. Inserted by her loving Mother and Father; and Family.     ETHEL ' MAUD YOUNG--First anni-     versary, 22nd January, 1023. No matter how I pray dear Ethel, No matter how I call ; There is nothing, left to answer but your photo on the wall.   inserted by her loving husband, Lillis Young.    

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

.. .} -'---: : ? : . MOTHERS DAY! — It is not only the flapper who enjoys the Sydney surf. Mother is just as enthusiastic, if less elegant, a bather. CARVING HIS FAMILY TREE—A Red Indian carving the his-   tory of his ancestors on an 80ft totem pole. The totem pole is not an Idol to be worshipped, but is a symbolic history of an Indian family or clan.         LATEST WALKING COSTUME.— This costume, from Paris, shows the high collar and sleeve effect in one piece. Paris adheres to its determination not to show its legs, and all the latest frocks are about   ankle length. SOMETHING NEW IN PETS.—A lady created a sensation in Ken- sington (London) by leading a cheetah through the streets on a   chain.   THE MILLION DOLLAR SISTERS-Constance (left) and Norma     Talmadge, the American film stars, photographed on arrival in London   from Paris. &...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Double Drowning. TWO CHILDREN DROWNED IN SURF. SWEPT OUT BY UNDERTOW. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Double Drowning, TWO CHILDREN DROWNED IN SURF. SWEPT OUT BY UNDERTOW. SYDNEY, Thursday.   Austin Hands (14 years of age) and his sister, Beryl Grace (12), of Florrie Street, Granville, were drowned in the surf at Freshwater yesterday afternoon. They   were picnicking on the beach and went into a shallow part of the surf, when sud- denly they were swept out to sea by a strong undertow.

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

.v ?s* 'I The supremê ääväntage af . . . _ \- . . is its perfect mixing. High" power machines do this so thoroughly ' that no ; time* is lost in the make - ready. It flows * freely and evenly from the brush and it possesses an elastic,. sun - resisting ility thatiejidurjÉs^jí ********* ************ ] ''fi$e$**Tkere- is-a tide in the affairs oj -M '$ ^mhê^dien which, taken oMpte flood, -B j **#? * * leads on io famine." .* j f «0,000 I 44. ? ts provided by the I - il Cask et li \ ^ It may be for you.: Whoknoxvs | j * BUY YOUR~riCkETSN0]Vl-^\ ....|:'< \,Do.not fail to participate in _. -.^rL: i J * ßi azomgs which tak,¿- place aboutv#I |v' j J - every for(ftig/a r ? . ?'^T I- TT ? ". . - . ? -.-:-:--J-- -. j I £5,000*0 £5 jj' {Í* (Subied ttf!2i%.F«d'cí»l:T»x).^; J "j pottage I - * I '? ?'?'!" 4& when writing direct io include Pvcsult Slip. j ?'''J- Tickets »re 6/1'through agents. ' *'>T 'J I - , (. -The-e »re no promoters^proofs. '.."î»".'''t J- Proceeds In-ald o...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
B.A.W.R.A. REDUCTION OF SHARE CAPITAL. £6,000,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

B.A. W.R.A, REDUCTION OF SHARE CAPITA^. £6,000,000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED. After many delays in connection with the transfer .- of money from London- ' to Australia, the Directors of- British Aus- tralian, Wool. Realisation Association lim- ited : completed arrangements on the 2 0 th December for the distribution, on 14th Aprii- next, of approximately £6,000,000 ' oh : account of the reduction of. Capital of- the Association. It will be necessary for share- holders to forward their Share Certificates . to the office of the Company for. endorsé-/ nient before they can receive payment: . Cheques for the amount due will be" posted to individual shareholders, but;,no chèques/ wil be Issued before the" Association has received the Certificate to - which' ' such cheque - relates. On the 30th December the ' Association . mailed to each registered holder .^STBares a Circular Letter giving füllinstructions, and in order,-that - the" 'djtrectioi^^Wti^èjd therein may bë closely observed;- . holders...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Death by Poisoning TRAGIC DEATH OF MISS G. CARR. THE STORY REVEALED AT MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Death Wy P^éá^g !' TRAGIC DEATH OF 3ÍDISS CARR. t ." .- ' --^?^{.i'n^f r .THE STORY REVEALED AT MAGIS-. 1"- ^TEÍRIAL- INQUIRY; 'Tr. 5."*; " *'. V* At Blackall, ^ on » January. 4<4th a^magisa** terial inquiry was. held into thft "pirpuih:-, . stances . surrpwndta^.Vtfr GwendlynlYiolet Carr,' a young 1-lady -well ii Renown in Epngreach. ïïom , a (%fiójct^ of r ii the proceedings pùblishe£;'in 'th$>£fcàr>00;* Independent'^ we 'cûiÎ'^ew:Mlêwteifv'^f-'£ ? ticularg i~¿g¡, . ' - ~ ' ? Caroline King, mothers*? ojE the Ídeceased,^ stated tha^y Mrs.i^ Rider, ,;0he«? vwií£ opp the licensee , pfSy^ïthie^': TDEniöii.^äl.o^ tel had tol^her,^^'^^^. h'^a^tftcT/ one""' ..' of the meniln' the bïir ^hat¿sh%wás (going ^ P Vb-take poison.- Ön th$\ ^rlda^JhJIgHt, djFi' ¿; : ceased and''witness shared-;a bootle pf .'hbre-J^ ;" hound, a quantity being^-íeft .in. the bottle. Deceased left, the hotel- with the bottle and lin enamel'mug, kissing and bidding wit- ' ness, "good-bye" befpr'ê she...

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

ROCKHAMPTON. : Within the last two days great interest has been aroused in the Rockhampton con- vention for unity. For this the Country Party is responsible tb some . extent be«, cause, of its drastic treatment of those of its members who are actively concerned in the movement. The very fact that the Country Party took this action aroused an interest in the Convention that weeks of agitation had failed to do, and leading-men, .who-'used..to dismiss the Convention with, a shrug of the shoulders, practically flung themselves right into the movement,,prom- ising both support and money for it. .The belief is now fâirly generally held that Rockhampton is going' to be the scene pf a Convention, that may carry very far reaching results. Every section of the State will be represented by about 150 delegates. It is noteworthy that no district has declinr ed to send representatives though thei'e are three, in the metropolitan area, which will not make the selection until this week. Two . speci...

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

¿ - Killed by Tennis Ball. s An. ll ryear -old schoolboy, LeonardHar ( old Reginald Mills, of"PJÍumsteád ¿ommon & Road,' .-Plmnstead- (England),! was watch- ' ¿ lng a. j match on- Plumstead Common early in August when he, was struck "on. the head P. by. a, tennis balli which caused his death c. in. October /from meningitis. At the . in * quest at Greenwich,' /his mother said, that I when he returned, home, the boy . com l plained of ècvex^. pains, and! a fortnight I later a lump of "tremendous size" appear 3? ed on the forehead. . This was lanced, but i the .boy got nb better, and he was taken .* to Plumstead Hospital. Just rbefore~ he $ died, he told her that the previous day .be I had , knocked his head against thè bough |. of an apple tree' in the garden! A verdict V .pf- accidental death was returned.

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

OPÉN FOR ALU CLA3SE8 OF . ^ ; > Général Banking: Business In the Principal Cities and Town* of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2}.. ." Savings Bank Department > at all BrancheSt and Savines Banlc Agencies at 3189 Post Offices through Out the Commonwealth of Australia-Territories of Papua and New Guinea; 8olomon. Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. <. . . 3à% Interest on Deposits MP to £t,000. .'V 3% Interest on Amounts over £t,000 up to £1,300. Deputy Governor: ... Govornor: . i JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q. -Shirt Bargairts. MEN'S . WHITE . MERCERISED ' TENNIS SHIRTS, all sizes, 5/9. " Bess 15 per - cent é/11. MEN'S - WHITE MERCERISED TENNIS SHIRTS, 6/1-1, 7/11', 8/64 Less 15 pier cent. 5/11, 6/9, 7/3. MÈW'S FAWN COTTON FUGI TEN- NIS SHIRTS, 10/3. Bess 15: per. cent 8/9. MEN'S OXFORD TENNIS SHIRTS 7-/9. Less 15 per cent 0./7. MEN'S HARVARD TENNIS SHIRTS 7/6. bess J5* perl cent 6/5. MEN'S KHAKI .TENNIS SHIRTS 7/6. Less 15 per cent ...

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

Removal Supcrstitioiiä. * ,;; " Ne ver remove ... coat fr^^ another ; ; . you. w'iil %haye..tp, rèhiover again at the end of the year, if;-you do. Haye a basket of provisions, including salt;^and a supply of coals and firewood in, your. ^ new house-before the furniture, arrives, and^oui. will have plenty so long 'as you.- occupy'-.the '. house. Sprinkle the house with salt *a.f¿er' you move Tn ; , it removes the influence bf former tenants. If . the mirror ; breaks while removing it-means crossess aifö.'loss-. es until you move again, : If ¿lfcV.viirst4.fire. kindled in* your new abóde-<burns*bríghtly without ..trouble îtÇis r- considered .that . .all your . .furnishing arrangements . wlllx -go smoothly.;' A couple commencing house- keeping-for the first time should..haye an , old'chair, in,their new home ; it ls sup- posed to bring good luck. _J;

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

... l>. . " . In the elegant days of the, 18th Centurj my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. Thi was' chiefly clue to the elaborate coiffure then in vogue. But the beauties of tha period were famous for -their brillian complexions and graceful figures, and thi following simple recipes, some oldrfash idned, some* modern, may not come a'misi to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAIJ FEMININE. Most'.women will suffer anything in ordei to Improve their looks. In order to' keei: her complexion in its pristine freshness the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to â most painful "skimming" process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath exposed. .Crude as the method was, the theory; was ' excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new. skin.just below the soiled outer one, that is now Visible. The modern application of this principle is to use Mercolisecl Wax. This is . applied. ;just like ordinary col'd cream, but on account ofr. the oxygen ...

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

Correspondence. -. o'. :-- - _ '." THE RETICULATION OP THE RIVER \ WATER. ??>-?:? ?:y.'tTo- the Editor of : "-Longreach Leader'\)v ¿i?';. ' ;Sir.---pí, was indeed pleased to see the at ?5.tention " .of our ' City Fathers..and the ¿Pub M^, lie -brought to this." m uch called essential. /^Vand' it: is .quite ¿'éCre^hlng, to And another ' ;- pen than my own. the'advocate, while .the V<more gratifying wfien I am-Quite ignorant .?y.of the source .from «which ' this emanates: ./ It is .well' known^that l'-häve in -and out ? of - season con^^e'ntly -advocated v the ,re î.j ticulatioh of bur--towri with the River water 5 ;sot that anything LIc;haye .to say -upon the 'Cmaiter. is ¿well /known and.-will- scarcely ;/': reqüire . repetition. - ' ~ _ - ' " . . , /.' .^The ratepayers upon two "'previous pc-. S^cas.Ibns\;.had'Vther opportunity by *r.efèrén . dum 'bf expressing their wishes in tlie .mat :? ter and by small majorities turned 'the" pro . position down, but;-it will'be c...

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

USE ' " ' ' 1""' ' R S WERNER COLWC jWIRT Quay-s.treet, ROCKHAMPTON.. Perfect Fitting. Horse. PRICE >^^\Sn£V Double ' .jg j ¡rn Ira ; First Prize Rockhampton Show$ 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922. \: AI A J HARNESS STOCKED. iffiKutminiMMimmnnn^ rs] O SNUG indoors, with the wind and raia slashing up and down the roof! Then- it is tháftlie Beale Player makes the happiest of evenings. Every- body: likes music-for dancing or listening. In choosing, a Beale you are choosing satisfaction. Every instrument is guaranteed in writing for twentyrfjve years, and you know that in case of necessity that guarantee will be hono.urc-? in full. Free descriptive literature on request. 'im -"R V A T T7 ^ COMPANY _ j3 EjJ^JU±lt (QUEENSLAND) P|. William St., Rockhampton g Í ríeadOfficc: 90-92 Queen St.. Brisbane (opp. Pike Bros. Ltd.) : Dont <| think Fm "cracked," "DECAISSE I talk to you in this strain, remember I've known you all your life and ita because I don't wish to -see you lay aside your wre...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Westerner Abroad INTERESTING LETTER FROM D. WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

;ArWÍfiÍ4rner Abroad 'In//a;./jetter/ to.Jiis mother "Dave" Will iam^V wèU known : in ii6ngt»ach, where for -some-'..'timé l^e -wa's Long breach '. Motor?,-Works, ' tel|jffi^^^^p^t lm .....-.-Ä»ÄMfcWr^ . ly'.permitted us to make "the' ftmOwing 'v/./terîgsiting extracts :- .tt^vvv ^e1: only arrived here last Wednesä"|||$£ : .' about 5."30 p.m.. Went over to the H^" I ^Ko0s¿}^^^l whéro we stayed until the da_, "/;".taotorjE[''yester,day. .The day after . our ar J ; riy^l,'vive -met an Aussie who is reporting - ior:'the'"South China Daily Post". He re ^Vcóminéhded this place",, which is a private */r pöarding. . house, and is very nlce^ We ar ' . rived at Manila yesterday " week and, went ¿/ashore at 5,3£. p.m./ We went arid inspect -^d'^íie old^'Simfi;sii*'Wallia' City; which is \'^v-t^o\yJÍ[n.hábited /chiefly by Phillipiriosi Jap r .anéese,rch'iiiëse, 'Thdians, " etci^'-'ana "If" is \ ' ci^wcled, .and the streets are exceptionally ,;;<. nái;^y. . We then went to the Europe...

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

ot.í^l¿Vlv9^í;^lt||.:'4ñ; Éeasón ¿and ^e^ètîibleà; .;'\\Wiot<^le7f&ty ÍÍeíaíI iCçntttry-,,-vOfeiaôH ?'? Jack /Burgess, ' . * FRÜITOLOGIST .-. j^^UÓXjE3.£-Í8. ; ; ' - , -.Englèw.TOel. ç-; - Z SPUR'S ? " BEEF AND IRON Made with. Port Wine, instead ol' Sherry.. THE" BEST' TONIC FOR ANYBODY RUN . V. DOWN. l- ' , ....-'.^ 'PER BOOTLE. /'""" Keep -a B^tle fby you^Try'it-wheii your'è ? out of sorts. "S Pastoral : A^v«vj, CHARLEyiLLE. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AUCTIONEERS, Eic WE keep np runners and ¿uttomjsrs, .and. give the Vendors the 1 benefit of all deals'. We hold'.the record of ^having made tfte^ biggest prices for horses in the Soùth-Wést by private sale, having sold 400 iiciad to^ :.Kidman, Cattle King, and 200 on'ticcount*.. ^çif G. Brown, Esa., Townsville. Wire, our;/ ? omoe' describing your Hoi'ses, Cattie,;':.'artd"-; J shepp. Our buyers will immediately inspect*, ' . .. '*?' - .'?'.; ..*.'-r:. . Pèi^râtïo'Sâ per cemV^ipivnte sales 5 per;' cent, auctioned. ' ^ %:f'...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Worth Repeating. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

: HÍfMOüR~^¿EGED vaùd OTHERWISE. ; T" " An artificially can catch thé finest fish. ?*'.'..'>>*i "~ .?'t-r*wf'*'"*V ---'. ?-'*'? -. - " Money' talks: 'but3 never gives itself away. : In fashion^hle^söciet^ nothing's found .put ;'.it's*only^ k'rtownJ'i . .'--. ?. '... '. V- '* ''*^;.4 .'-."." * -': .*'-"'*-*> '^j: 'KT' '.. uj#'d9*No woman's face last's a mah'hi ore than , a year or two." " " . ' ? * - *" t**s*' ,,. * £ "t Elfz'ah'etii^' : JMIibok, Mummy, Grandpa/s "gone off to Heaven and-forgotten 'his spee * t'aciesJL^ " "¿ ? . . "<¿^*T* " *.. ;' " ?* .~*.¿: ^ Wealthy ynclè'*:^ Whàt .would you dp -if ri. should give you a hundred dollars ? * ' Young nephew : Count-it. *. «' . m .. ,* \ - . ".' *. *'"" "Will you b'e^hiy wife, darling ?" '.'You múst^ásk1 iho'therfirst.'.'' . ' *" ^*'Yçs, But ^suppose she doesn't '"refuse ? mè ?.- " * * .-. . . * Barber (to-Tômmyr who is having his ' first haircut) : "How shall.I cut it,xsir?" . Tpn)my«(aged five) :"With" a* hole^'on...

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