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CORRESPONDENCE. FIRE BRIGADE FACILITIES. (To the Editor, "Longreach Leader".) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

- , --:o:-r f, "FIRE 'BRIGADE FACILITIES. Í (To the Editor, ..Longreach. Leaàçr''.) I-.1'.,'..;. Dear Sir,-I read-.Mr. Milne's report pub fished in the "Longreach Leader" of 19tl ^ inst., iwith considérable interest, and then ¿-is_-.no doubt that he has ,exposed the de j(.;-,plorable state of affairs in a manner thai £ /makes one sit np, and think. J r ; ....jSince -I have become a resident of Long " ' reach I havè had many opportunities ol ; watching'the Brigade practising, and as ] ? : ¿once held the position of Hon. Electrician f !. *:fo";tKe.. South. Brisbane Brigade' for some p.- yeársj I am in a position to speak in high :; ;,ept praise .of.their efficiency, but when one - turns and looks 'at:' the appliances with I which they aré asked to perform their '.h /important duties, a feeling of pity for the / "members of the brigade mingled with con .;. sîdérable disgust asserts itself. I do not think I have ever witnessed* a more heart ¡breaking scene, than the gallant attempt ; ph...

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

J. G. Has a good cóUecfcion;.tff'Í»ad.íesWdvHarneés to ..choose*. fz«om. RIDING SA^BLÈS of ,the best make. .Harness sebpnd .to none. -\ COLL ARS AND GEAR for plough work best in fo^ XlLdpne byvBesi^ :' ? . ' '? \kr 'Lowest Prices« ^. .. . Saddle and Harness Maker, Phone- 430 BAST STREET. ROCKHAMPTON. ;P,0 tfox 181. I? Combined guyers (Australia) Lt-^ SUPPLIERS OF MOTO RR EQ UISI TESr Box ^514 ^"PARBURY BUILDINGS TELEPHONÍ NO 3529. . " E AG*LE - STREET , , BRISBANE ; *' The Company .invite all Mptórister^ Share holders, and thereby save an ayerage pf 37 per cent pa. all Requirements, Benzine, Oils, Tyres and accessor i es','- which- areHmpor te^ and sold to Shareholders at 10 percent on landed.cost. ^?.~^';;'rt:'''f!:-..v;r^^^i^^'. * - The Company is co-operative'-'tmd ^iill profits belong- tb"? members, . who alone own and control the business. * Establipheoi^ in^^w/ J&aJand in. 1J$(?> the meml^ship'^ shares tire at a -premium bf jlOs-: j each, and has Branchés iñeverylar...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

i The Latest Gramophone Records Flayer Rolfe, * Music, also áll Musical Instruments; i Needles, and Sundries . FROM PALING'S East Street,. ROCKHAMPTON. LOCAL SELLING AGENT : THEO. F. BARKER, LONGREACH. '»Jw« s., ! The Hands That Hold a c/&£^ arc equipped with a .smooth, quick, cool running plant giving; conaislcnt,uninterrupted service. ': ?".>-"* The Lister^Two-Stand Shearing and Crutching outfit is skilfully and honestly built in every detail. British made , it maintains the unrivalled standard aet ty all Lister manurac-. , turcs. And its high efficiency is increased by its low working cost, lt will run for 25 hours on a tin of kerosene. ... Scores of flock^owners shear with it. It is invalUable'jfor crutching. Being, portable, it can be readily transferred from sheepyard to sheepyard: The Engine ia a separate unit available for pumping, sawing, etc. Write for particulars-to:--" ' / Winchcombe, Carson ^ Brisbane and Longreach. Agents also for Lister Engines, Fairbanks M...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

.. ? rt : '---- ""' " ' Contributions... ,for,the¿ftüartér "erided Sist December, 19.22^. are grât'èïuùy* acknow- ledged as undèr* ^ ;vi Bázaar" Committee, on account .-proceeds; - £55/8/2 ; Cheerio * Vaudeville Company, £45 ; Wellshot Station> £20 ;*Edklns»'Camp- bell & Co., £10 ; -Th'os. Spence; £5 ; M.-J. Ryah, '£4/12/-' :McDonaldV/'Ewan,"; trespass . r fees', £ 3V16 / - Mackay- and Macintyre, £ 1/ 11/6 ; Patients' Sweep,£1/10/.-.'.'; Mrs. Ir- win,Doctor- Pi-Ay*H. Michod~Dbctdr.Wall- . ace. jEd wards,. >Iartfn>' " Ltdr, ~'F. McKeon, Mahoney* &" Pattison, Gbrdpn,'-''G^bsoñ' &%Co,r Mi% J. ^Springer, James ;.'SteVart" & Co.,': ' Longreach _Motpr Coy, New, Zealand "Loan ' 1 & Mercantile* Agency Coy, Ltd, ""each £1/1/- ; ; E. V. Döddemeade and J; Ti Bailey ëach; '£ 1. ; ¿ Spiers Ltd, Wm. Clarke, J. Catip, Meacham & Leyland and H. J. Splley; Ltd, each 10/6 "j v Mi-s. Dbïgpej, ;afr. .Stearm .nan :&r Peterson;^ MK 'Slïéeràn...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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PETITION. (To the Chairman and Members of the Longreach Shire Council, Longreach.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

|r^-V PETITION. [. (Ho tile Chairman and Members of the Longreach Shire Council,^ Longreach.) The Hu ni ble Pet i t ioir Sheweth--:-'-- - f vV We undersigned Kleetors, Raifepayers'and ^Occupiers of .land\ in,,the totn;Ç; and garish oL Ljoijigreach; heg respectfully' to -'request that you cause to betaken, a >vote of: the electors of No. 3 Division oE this shire to ¡de upon the utility of having the Rivet- ed on to put: respective homes,-bug fe* and 'iliSJtiUitlons. . . tills Is'a blu'nlng que.stioh?before lie to-day and the-^Rlver £ Water lis an essential, rnecesslty^&n'd^v.qf ).nt Importance . before ^auy, ¿^r, ienditure of magnitude is ente'r\: yt»y the'Council..-V , ...**.. v. . quite recently every ¿"r Körne .'in was without. l'ain _ water for [purposes and had to resort to' re of rly^r water" for . this .pur- guen a state, of things to exist n of the importance and ;dirrten l>ongreach . wltfc such an abund . ant'And suitable^ supply :of water, for. ev- ery purpose...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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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 — 26 January 1923

-: o : (Items for this column, clearly written' on ono sitio of the nailer, will he published free of cost.) On Monday morning lust the staff of the' Longreach branch of the Commonwealth Bank met in the manager's office for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. W. A. . McDermott, who had been a popular mem- ber of the staff for the past two y_ears. Mr. A. "W Dangerfield, in presenting Mr. Mc t Derm ott with a. set of gold sleeve, links, on behalf of himself and staff, said that he 1 and his fellow members of the staff deep- . ; ly regretted that they had, for the first ? occasion since the establishment of the '' branch, to meet together for the purpose i of saying farewell to a comrade, and after eulogising their departing friend express "' ed good wishes for his future welfare. Mr. * McDermott suitably responded. Mr. John M'Nally, Bandon Grove, re- turned by Wednesday's mail train, after having spent a few weeks at Emu Park. Mr. James Thompson (postmaster) and the Misses Thompson...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Imprisonment Inadequate. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

y IiiipHsoiim<Mi^''riîa,clcquato.. . ' Norway"- ï 7''years: iígb:;Sbxftfehed thowp.en ! laltyVof capital punishment foiyall save Min- .. i' istet'; of' tlio State. This íyscriminj^ín.-. I against them seems at first sight extra Öra* > inffry. Yet on reflection it is'.Q'.ily jiatural " .that an exception should ue<¿.&é$déw¿ where, .'- ".| they are concerned: For y»;hereas ordinary^ ? -crimes and felonies for \\#ïîclr thc - 'death»I penalty is usuall^.i inlilctecl in other coun- j triei.are perpetuated against one, 'or -at j inosf,^galnst.1rLyfew,''oltii!ens, it is possible. - j for Cabinet'-^Ilhis-tei's to b^anniit olïénces j .against the State which/fb^embroiling the j nation in war; may ent'ailâï^t^-.denth, of thou-, . ';sunds,-the loss'of, terfftci.y,^id.ailtthe^or^. j . rora* of foreign invasion. .'* llv was felt Hh'a't." j ; '.no j.ihpi;irí<jnme,pt, .hÓ\veveivsevere, would be ¡aderiuaté punishment for suth a' erl mentís-' .peci&amp...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Longreach Leader FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1923. Local and General. Breach of Council By-Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

%úti&¿Mj Hite FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1923. Local and General. -- : o : «Brcacli of Council By-0La\vs. At the Longreach Summons Court on Monday last, before Acting P.M. Aitkin, Sidney Saunders pleaded guilty to iv: breach . of the Council by-laws in that he had on 26th December driven an ice cart on the footpath of Swan-street. "Mr. R. L. Boyd (Cannan & Peterson) appeared for the Council. Á fine of £1 and 3/6 costs of court was inflicted.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Artesian Waters. WHERE DO THEY COME FROM? [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Aftesian Waters. - s w. 1 WHERE DO THEY COME FROM ? . In a récent issue of the Brisbane "Dailj Mail" the~fb11owing interesting article fron the peri of/'H. I." Jensen, D.Sci, appeared and of such general interest is it to res!' dents of this district that we reproduce ii for their -benefit. Since our most closely settled anc most densely stocked cattle and sheer country in Australia is the part which car- ries artesian water, the importante of th« artesian problems to Australia cannot Tv exaggerated. Yet the fact remains thal the question of origin of -, artesian watei is enshrouded , in doubt, andr the battledore and shuttlecock - pf -- scientific polemics and it ist still an unsettled . question whether it 'is wiser anti better to let-artesian waters run' tç> waste, or to shut down the bores when the watei - is not required. There is perhaps more ignorance on this great national problem than on any other ; and that ignorance arises from the fact that more energy and time have b...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

# SURGEON DISTIST. '. -A .c HAS commenced practice in Longreach, and ^nïay be consulted at his office in Ëaglë stfeet {next Coriimercinl Hotel), i PHONE 304. ( H. S. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH, ' L.D.Q. DENTAL SURGEONS, BOLSOVER STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, .v . and - Eagle Street, LONGREACH, (Phoile 263.) o¿ WANTED.-Position Steno-Typist, prev .ipus experience. Address : "O'C", This Offlee. - 17z, SOU SALE.-Straight Shaft Sulky and Harness in Good Order. Apply W. Pet- ersen, Coachbuilder, Longreach. 2Sz WANTED TO EXCHANGE. .1 Waggonette, in good -order . . C Sets Harness, in good order. 6 Horses; broken in and thoroughly quiet ¿ .(Suitable for Hawker). ' -, ' FOR 1 UTILITY CAR, Must lie in Perfect ORDER. J. J. ROBERTS, . 30 Agent, ' Jundah. " i TENDERS. . V.TENDERS are invited for the erection of about 37 (thirtyseven) miles of Dog Netting Fence. For specifications, please apply by. telegram to J. SCHULZ, Marie Downs, Aramac. 29 LONGREACH SHIRE COUNCIL. Impounded at Longreach from WES...

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

«5<» i I* Commencing Jan. 19th 1923 Sydney's Great Bargain Event Your Money-Saving opportunity ! ( Men's and Boys' Wear Bargains! * For three weeks the whole stock of Murdoch's great Sydney Mail Order House will be drasti- cally cut down in price, for immediate clearance. Everything reduced at leáSt 10 jQ (proprietary lines) ÄdEif Half-Price ÍMurdoch's famous Made-to-Measure j * Suits for Men in £5 Australian : g Tweeds. . \ Special Cut Price - - £4/2/9 m Reih Spot -PZ/Jd/? I Bargain Price /.* **/ j I This Baigin Also smart Soft Felt Hats, newest f I Book FREE shapes and colour tones. Usually > í I *Jfo¿ Red Spot-Price - lá£/ 71 j S^ÜÉ^ÉI^ . ALL SALE GOODS POST FREE Ï )ffi^m&ÊÊ& Ask for a Book of these High-grade gi ^^?^wXu Suiting Pattëtfts at'Bargain Price?,' also . : J PO^^^OM Murdoch's Sale Catalogue-both Free. . 5 77Î e Wor/c/s Largest Menb a ßcys ' U^e&r Sfore*^^^ ONE OF THE SUIT BARGAINS ECONOMY We can quote you a low'price, Butyrwe dont ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Friendly Societies Sports. A SPLENDID ATTENDANCE. BARNEY WINS THE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Friendly Societies' Sports. -: o :-. 'A SPLENDID ATTENDANCE. ; . ; BARNEY WINS THE HANDICAP. Officiais.--Chairman of Joint Committ . Mr. F. O'Rourke ; secretary, Mr. A. ' Musgrave ; committee, Messrs. M. Cc -way, 'CV B. Cory,. P\ Rawlings, W. Rai : ; ey, W.''*Ç.ôÙins,*'G. Plumb, L/ W. Glassi ^ and J. Jennings ; judges, Messrs. Jo .Martin and W. L. Boyd ; referee, Mr. Ahern ; handicappers, Messrs. H. Syk F. B. O'ROUi'ke, F. McKeón ; attendar / .on competitions, ^ Messrs. P. Rawlin and C. Cory ; starter, Mr. H. A. 'Meares ; starteres steward. Mr. W.«C( lins ; track committee, full committee .timekeeper, Mr. Alan Mahoney ; supe viéors for juvenile events, Rev. Fath M'Laughlln, Messrs. E. G. Davies, Â. "- Simmonds, T. Foley, and S. M'Latchy. For an umber of years the combina Friendly Societies sports, which in yea Söne by were such popular gathering were allowed to drop, mainly owing to tl war, but this year it was decided to r< suscitate these gatherings, ajid^ to-day .combi...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Brisbane Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Messrs. Dalgety & Company/ Limited. Rockhampton, are in receipt of ¿he fol- lowing telegram from their Brisbane of- fice, under date of 23rd inst. :-Wool sales.^ opened strong competition. As compared Brisbane December sales. Market 5'to 10 .per cent higher. The Australian Estates wired us as fol- lows on Wednesday last :-rSale.-i opened, supers par to G per cent, good fleece 7ï to 10 per cent, and average-fully 10 per cent above December prices. Best scour eds 10 per cent, good" 7i to 10 per cent and best staineds and locks 10 to 15 per cent dearer. We sold : Greasy-Gordon. Bush, 32d ; Eastwood, 303d : Thylungra, 2 93d ; Richmond Downs, 29Jd ; scoured Tweedsmuir, G73d. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson, wired yes- terday as follows : .At our sales to-day average selection, only small percentage super greasies, with .some good scoured included. There was spirited competition and good general de- mand. Best wools were par to 5 per cent dearer. Good and medium above 10 per cent , hig...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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CRICKET. EDWARDS MARTIN SHAMROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

fri- CRICKET. /";This^watoh '-wasVplayed'. on ...the loc wtekèt' oP^Sj^^ and resulted in :'win.' for /SÎmmrôlntSi ©"n^tie;'Jftrst innings 1 ' 4^ runs;.'. cor 'piled ' ' 6"2^runs,;'^lassion * 'again weilding tl willow' ^lth%:eÄect; .íhis/.contributipn belt . 42. The<Wadly^ bowling of Smith and Du . khi for, the Shamrócks.wár responsible f< EdivaraB Martin being all out for 16 "run of . which Chambers -made li . "'(not out In .their second'^innirigs Shamrocks .: ha three wickets down for 61 (Glasson"" 36 -n< . iput) when ¿Glasson,"', with a view to ' straightrout wiri -closed ' the innings. Ec ; wards Martüj,>¿ however made a/.'v'b.öttt 'stand in their j'second attempt, and. dtrcä of time ' hnd:!ïô»t^twç";J1wiék'ets for. 51 rúr (P. Rogers '22). Details ard as[ follows : ' SHAMROCKS-First Innings. : Glasson, fe Woods* b Thorpe . .". ..... *- 4 Smith, b Thorpe :;'v:. .'.V. . .'.. / .* O'Rpurke, b Rogers ........ .1. . " L'omns, c. Chambers, b'Thorpe ....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Stock Movements.* -;-- . u . - From the Stock Inspector- (Mr.-J. A. .Clegg) we learn of the following recent stock movements : 100 rams, Longreach to Glenroy. W. - J. Davis owner, J. Barnfield drover. 3 horses, Newstead to Ilfracombe. F. C. H. M'Carty owner and drover. 700 mixed sheep, Nogo to Rio". O'Don- nell owner and drover. 101 rams, Longreach to Luthrie. W. C. Hill owner, .T. Darchy drover. 20,000 ewes and 50 plant horses. Well- shot to Hetaeen. . N.'Z. Loan owners, C. W. : Armstrong drover. 3 horses, Longreach to Stonehenge. J. Barfield owner and drover. » , 60 plant horses, 18-mile tank to. Winton. 13. Guinnis owner and drover. 800 bullocks, Vergemont to Borrimpa. . E. Jowett owner, R. Carrol drover. 40 rams, Wellshot to Ellsintara. E. D. Regatti owner, A. Morgan drover. . 3 horses, Longreach to Barcaldine. J. Clarke owner (rail). .20 horses, Arilalah to Birrimpa. C. Car- rol owner and drover. 25 horses, Longreach to Rockwood. A. J. Smith owner and drover, j 1 race horse, Lo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Arbitration Adopted. A.W.U. CONVECTION. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Arbitration Adopted. -: o : -Z AJW.U. CONVECTION. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. SYDNEY, Friday. Arbitration as a policy for the settle- ment of disputes was adopted at the annual convention of the Australian Workers' Union now sitting in Sydney. The following motion was carried : "That this convention advises its members to accept -the/terms of the pastoral award and instructs'the genei'al secretary-to im- mediately api>ly for a variation of the award ; further that he be instructed to approach the pastoralists for a confer- ence,- believing that if such: .conference . were held, it would possibly bé the means of enabling the industry to be carried on amicably and" without friction;" \ ..''The'!, convention',' 'j-bejieves that a -confer-' ' fence with pastoralists would be qûlckèi.* and would do away with the cumbersome procedure of approaching the court. Mem , hers of the organization know all the "rates of pay under the award are min-' imums' and-that members are entitled -mu- tually t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Queensland Meat Trade. FOGAN SMITH'S VIEWS. DOUBTFUL WHETHER MANY WORKS WILL OPERATE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

i Queensland Meat m Trade. Íí FOGAN SMITH'S VIEWS. ÎQDBTFUL WHETHER MANY WORKS |r WILL, OPERATE. f< .'. SYDNEY, Thursday. MEHon. Fogan Smith, Queensland Minister Spir Public Works, states that this year'» * ||iröspects in Queensland in the cattle in-' ¡mu st ry are anything but promising On ac rajount of the state of the home market. |||rom what Mr. Smith said .it. seemed liker jw 'that the "establishment of 'retail shops igjgo sell Australian product direct .to the pub- lic-might be given coinsideration. The pos- sibility of opening .up the Eastern in eat , »fade was also being .investigated, he said, mitt n? uch ,.<^vb>ild^AS%^^'Atp.on< ? the buying; ... ^Spacity of. prospective .customel's. In any wac, said Rtr. .SJp.ith, it was doubtful fgmcther many meatworks, would operate Imd indications were! that those who did so >fwuld not find it profitable. ' .

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Building Collapses. NEWSPAPER OFFICE WRECKED. TWENTY PERSONS KILLED; MANY INJURED. BERLIN, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Building Collapses; NEWSPAPER OFFICE WRECKED. TWENTY PERSONS KILLED ; MÀNY^ INJURED. '" v!t BERLIN,- January 23."'KV . A. terrible disaster .has- ocourred at ¿he' "Tageblatt" Newspaper office. A ne^jtop story collapsed and crashed through the building, to the ¿-cellar. Already -20 bodies have been recovered; whilst many persons Were seriously injured. The editoral and machinery room were, totally destroyed.

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

NOTICE TO STATION' OWNERS' ANI£. «" - - - SELECTORS. , « HESUN & PERRIMAN | - (Mte JAdK ELLIS.)- : I SADDLERS, IJONGREACRV < DESIRE ? to,^intimate . that?'? they are in : a Vi.osition to send a Competant Man any "?¡¡where, in tHe District, so that the necessary* ivork can be done .on the < spot.. - ? ?-, .v They have also secured the services« pf r the wejl-khown saddler, JOSHrMANN,.'for ¡»inany years - in-businfess 'here, : and whose: paddles are . famous ^fnrand wide. . He : can pniake any «lttés-of'-sañttle reiluired.: -j .; ooOoo rv 'If . Let the Postman Bring you tte Every Morning. Every Week Day ?}'-'\ aiwJJSunday. -Will keep you in touch , with the world's happenings* ^^UBSCBIE^ÏOK- BATES. V --i* Çpstàga ?p¿irV within tba », jDç^Biàanwoaltta : 7 v'lÄly^Paper: Quarterly 7 . ... 14/ .. ,Mali-Yearly .. .. 28/ .Taarly 7V ... 66/ Saturday only (par An.) .. .. 14/ ^Bttnttajr MaU '- (par An.) ?.. .vr16/" T T TheQaily Mail 292-2H { QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE...

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

¡¿Wfaywt&Bi** .war* *tí >»v-»*>' 'ft''.: i :' # .*? : ? C : fe Increase tíig of your Píroiperty. ^aau^'uri^^ "Cover SHERWINWIUIAHS unvarying in colour. Easy^under thc brush, v it covets well and - gives, lasting satisfaction. ; v .' Specify Sherwin - Wil- liams Paint (pç^ared) always. T * v 'Edwards, Martin, - , * Lfmited. -, TELEPHONE No. 57. IROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY :? ' . .' AND I le» and Co/cf Storage \ ^ IVorJr« ß GALAH ,STREET, LPNG'REÄCH. ' jr Äfost Up-to-date Plant outside Rockhampton H DELLVERY^OIJLY VTO REGULAR ' w j CUSTOMERS. " ë^viDRY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO ÍÍ¡^V:,Y;'S' SPECIALITIES. ' Westbourne Works /^??.'?^??VV^^'JBA^CALDINE.. ÁvOOLSCOTpRING^and ^ SHEEPSHEARING -? Ji TERMS on application. .'.. -Woolpack?, supplied at Çost?'Price.* For addlonal particulars.ap.ply tor ¿T^e Western'.Queensland Mea^ Co. k BÇopiietary Ltd, ; 4 * ' 1>.'^N0>' FERGUSON, Manager. ' v UndçÎ New Management This Hotel, luis been thoroughly renovated ,-ônd is now the most ...

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