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News Epitome. DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

- ? -~*r " News Epitome. -: o ; --- DAY BY PAY Australian exports .' for. November last were valued at :£12;394,990, .compared with £10,629,169 e for th"© .same Imontfi 'ln 1921. For the same period ' the imports were £12.603,493r"compared with £7,656,206 for November* of- Ï921. i u - , - ?, A fire, of unknown origin, has destroyed the Rockhill College, an historic Catholic . institution- in Baltimore, -America. The damage is estimated at 200,000 dollars (£40,000). «. A report from a special correspondent - at Manchester . records .a, continuance of depressing conditions throughout the Lan- cashire cotton industry. At a sitting óf thé Coal "Tribunal in Syd- ney last week Mi*. M'Donald (representing the Northern coal owners)' declared that thé "export trade from Newcastle had been killed by. strikes and'stoppages. The -48 hour working, week is . now gen- eral throughout New South Wales. A fire destroyed the furniture. . factory of 'C. and G. Baragwanath, East Bruns- wick (Victoria).....

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

" -'' ... *-?-r-.. P .--r ^ . '/ ' XByïM. Griffin.) ': - ' - AU other fbrms. of >trasportation -,appeai\ ? prosaic when compared ,to;.'tha^bffexed: -¡by C.ommercla* Aircraft, and.the -interest "which ~ ; Isaaken iiî'this f orm Of travel is almost uni- _ versai; Even in-Xtheï busiest timeslot ? the " . day, let the hunfof an Aero'Englne" bè"-neard overhead, and all necks are^ craned ^in the ;; .endeavour to catch a ghigjpsej.of man's^la- . ..;.test .conquest' over the éléments. .Can you sée him ? is the question ;Which is asked . on* ._ . all sides, .and whéri" "brie- does-pick ùpT the 'machine, one is always flllëcL,with a spirit pf .-admiration andi, wonderjneiit. The - de- ' ... velopment of the aeroplane, fills a fascina- ting chaptér in the history.,.of, the, progress of the- worlds but that is.riotr^withih-;ithe ' *. "sçopê of this article, however tempting the subject may be. It will suffice if we admit '' that although flying ^to-day has : reached' a pitch of. perfection ~...

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

,v . liow Kaiflfalls. . ?y Firiaivstatistics of the rainfall in New &5outh "Wales for the year.'^hifch^has ended indicate that throughout the pastoral and Agricultural areas of the State rainfall was jjîmuçh below the,.average. In some" places^ ^the rainfalls were the lowest recorded fp7> , '.'bany years... At Forbes, for instance, ¿hé ':vrainfall had not been so low since 1884. ^.îc-Tlie -position for the greater part of itMk '"?year was actually worse than was indwS^ i ted by a comparison of annual totals, - .be- . ."'cause much of_.the total rainfall in the ;?wes,tern part of the State fell during De l-cember. ' . . '. -

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

BlillES; v.; . . This!fl^túre!vtqók^pTo.ce-on-Sunday on the show, grdund,wickets and resulted In a Win".' forvBiúes; hy '-.'29<;.runs_pn the. first innings. . Batting\;;.prst:;ihe^Blu'es: compiled G$T. ,.Hamilton^top^scóring with 18,' upon"reach . ihg wtíichTnguré he' had'the misfortune to he run but; - Hazeldean responded with ;3Ö, the ..players' with' the exception of H. 'ConimrvX19.-not'.bút)'i'niaklng a poor show . ing against the-howling of Moffat and Ed- kins, v At-calKpf . time Blues in their sec- ondinnings )md;'losV four wickets for 41 í.una^>J^wVÄaíí^Ut'ó.n.' again topping' the.list, this time with IG runs. Details .are as fol !. low * BLUES.--First Innings. Eajô^;.;l;b;w;;^*/Gàiïwèy .".. 0 -Meares; 'b;' McDermott . ¿. i ...... 8.. " Moffat; "run out"' T >-'-. .'v. 8 Cla~rke, st. Boyd, b Case ."....... ll Dr?/Brown", c and b' Gallwey »'., 1 .K. ".Hamilton, not out . . .~...... 10 T. Hianilton, run out. 18 W. Ems.' C Connors, b Case. 0 Savager b Gallwey. 1 ...

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

AVHIRliERS v. SHAMROCKS H.. . This match was played "on the show grounds' wicket..on Sunday .morning, and .Resulted' in >a-\víru.for the Whiriers by 44 'runs on the" first innings. Details are as fp.liow.:-' .>,' 4.v - \ < T . WHIRLERS. J'. Geary,' b".Boyd :. ... ; . . ! .. :..... . 0 X "Cóok, c .Lappin, b.-Boyd .'.'... . .'. . . 2 G. Samways.'.b Lapp'in. .-. .v-Y'. . . . . . . 6 W-,: Lawson, c and b Boyd ..., .. .; .. 0 "V\\ Lawson, b Boyd.. ...... . 8 E. Wyland,- c Féga'n, b Lomas '. . ;'. ¿ . 3 C. Ford* b- Byrne . ;. . . 14 D. Dwyer,- st. Boyd, b Lomas . .?*; . .... 3 A. Volling,- not:-DUt^;. . . . .. . . 25 W. Hayward, b#Böyd -9 S. Sn linders, Lb.w., b Fegan ..... ... 1.3. Sundries. .....;'. ; .0 . .. , ...Total . i ....... .'-; SO Wickets fell at 1, 3-, 9, 0, 1.8." 27, 33, 41, 52, 80. _ Bowling.-Boyd 5 for 31,. Lappin 1 for 20, Lomas 1 for 12, B5'rne 1 for 13, Gavin none for G, Fegan 1 for 1. . SHAMROCKS. , Woodman, b V. Lawson . . . ,. 1 Lappi.ii. c and b V. L...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motor and Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 26 January 1923

Motor and Cycling .Notes.' .. , ii-...-; . .. -.- ;''n '. --- . Gradually the one hour motor cycle tra< record is creeping: up closer to the ' 1( miles mark. Years ago it looked as if tl . motor cycle would soon achieve this recor but time has proved it a more difficult pr« position than anticipated, and'.'."?eventl . light Kiar with a 1500 Ç.C. engine has ' a< hieved the "honor-before the solo ma'chin , The latest attempt to establish new figure for the hoúr is that of, the crack Ehglis rider H. Le Vack. , Riding a zenith "J. Ai P. he crammed 83 miles 1591yds. into 60min -His time for,the 100 miles was ihr. 6mim 43-4/5 secs. That extra 6-3/4 minutes i evidently going -%ó take" some beating .}' Car manufacturers these days carry ' ou some "particularly interesting arid instructiv tests. One of the latest fri England is " 15000 miles run under Royal , Automobil Club supervision on a 30 h.p. . Arrnstrop Siddeley car, fitted ,with a heavy limousin body, the whole ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Worked for 75 Years. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Worked for 75 Years. Following upon .the. announcement of the splendid record 'of * 72 "yeär's continuous " service with one .firm, set up by the late Mvp Henry Cooper, pf Islington, attention.. has "been drawn to an tevén more remarle able instance of long service.' It is that .of Air.. William Garlick, of "York,"" who- quite recently celèbrated his 89th birthday. Mr. Gariiclc has been in the employ of the York Gas. Company .for no. less than 75 years. 'He'has just been the recipient of a. pre- sentation by- the Arm .andi fellow employ '. .jees..:. ? À '.-^:~

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Mother's Courage. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

: '?? ; i- ' i¡;,'. ; A.* brother's Courage. Mrs/ Sarahs Smith was carrying a child in -'a. 'street at ' lïull, Yorkshire, when the ' brakes ni a íarmér's motor car "failed to act/z-The^driyer^shouted, and, realising the danger, the rhother faced the oncoming ': motor with- her back to the wall, holding ,the baby over her'head, .- The^car crashed . intojthé brave woman's: body, and she . was crushed to death,.-the báby¿béihg saved.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Electricity by Windpower. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

or j ^F^ecttttlty by Wlnapoweiv . . .*,:>-"-_ '. "'j Some few months ago a description, was ^ \ published in England of a dynamo which" was driven by. á wíndimpeller mounted ; directly, upon-.-the armaturespindle, thus''; disp~énsiñk¿wlth-the usual'gearing for muir : tlplylng the speed of. a big, slowi-turning - windmill. An - important improvement has, . .- however,- since been .made i.n this : devip'e. v TJjiùpcbnsists ' in mounting the field mag- .-**, nets"oh a spindle," and fitting them with av second ' wind rim pelter, 'which ''rotates in/, the opposite direction . to the armature.* : This gives the same effect as rotating the ?.' armature alone at a.higher speed, and pro- duces roughly twice the. amount, of elec- tricity.. The impeller fpr^.thé. armature- is at«pne end Of the machine", and that- for'the . ? field magnates at the other. A. minor modification is* the mounting ;of' three tub : ular steel bars radiating from a common ... centre, where they are welded to . a st...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BRISBANE NOTES (From our own Correspondent). THE NEXT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

jj!! ' (From bur- .;own7Cox'resp£"ndént). ?Bj-.''J TH¿. NE3CT EJECTION. . Ïisùmingr that Labour' holds the Rock Ptón seat next month, there-' is no prob ty of a State election before next Oc r. ..Meanwhile there will , be an . exten 'óf the franchise.to ''a'dùlts>of''eight«eh' %^eär|ä, and ean immense enrolment, of new ëyôteçs in cèrtâin;.eléctoràtes.V For Jnstance ^Labour is- detérminéd to drive Mr. J:?; C. ppPeteispn ; out; of. politics if it can; and' it '-is Equally determined to winback, Port»Curtis. I^aturally somebody suggests that it " can't .' Iibe done. That does not give Labour the icred^it : deserves for its capable prganisa tion>{:' ,-Therjg are seats..~that Labour.,-cannot . Kyín, " and thereare: seats . invjvhic.h" it has iyéry?:lárge J majorities. .> ByTiP tittle) judicr "ious ^election, of workers .'from/such con £stitujencies, ' and their, ' transfer;1 to ; elector'-' - ates which are ;iô^be :wôri,yta''^ iî^nossible> It -might; , ; bë>^cailéjdv : «'r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

SYDNEY WOOIi SAÍLES. 'j Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson & : Coy., Ltd., wired under Monday's 'date as fóí-. iowa :-"We sold 9500 "bales of wool at our Sydney sales to-day. Japanese com- petition'forced biddings and prices for all", good merino, fleece and skirtings, if fairly free, advanced 5 to li per*cent compared with previous Sydney auctions. Crossbreds were 5 to 7h per cent dearer. Japan, York-? shire, and Continent also active. ' Wei spld'jf >. Brandwood merino fleece, 331d: ; Burrowa,, merino, 323d. ^ New England, 'merino, 32jd. : Hunter Valley, Manaro,' m'erlnpy 32d. : Blngalong, comeback, 30Jd.. Bellies, touched 24&d.-a record for the season. \. The Roman Catholic Convent ànd-.Schôoï at Chinchilla were formally'opened1 by his: Grace Archbishop Duhig on Sunday.;

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BARROWMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

T ^Brisbane was without its. bàrrowmen;.foï ! a shortijperiocl at the beginning of the iïèw Tear. yi'Barrowmen have become quite ' an institution' in the citybut unfortunately "there.are-baçrowmen and barrpwmeh. Some , bfí "them,ariei veritable frauds and nuisances, ß sb^bef ore ; n^èw lltëhôès'^wei'e - issued 'at the - - beginning" ofMhè jfear: the authorities de- cided to review the whole position; The ftai'i-owmen a^ back on the streets, "of ai -least-: some/ of. them . ' are^VÁVhb-, have :received- -temporary -?'' per- ... ^.mission tb. vend. - ; The; decision has . been. reached to limit the ntimbpr and in future' license's' will ' notf b"e~ renewed Jtb -any.; person convicted, more than, twice of offences' un der the traffic regulations, while giving short weight pr selling .rotten fruit will be deemed' an offence and the license of the. offender will be cancelled. There is no doubt barrowmn have been instrumental in reducing, the cost of fruit and vegetables to the community ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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"Lord Mountbatten's Cousin." [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

- "Iiord Mountbatten's "Cousin^. . According tp the police, Atec .WestfandV Robèrtson. (25) is a romancer without^' a peer iii this State (says a Sydney message) At,, any rate Robertson was, charged. with having been, an idle and'disorderly person with, insufficient lawfuji means of support. He was remanded;- Déctective Aichin said that ' Robertson had represented himself to be a cousin of Lord Louis Mountbatten. He had been staying; at fashionable hotels, in Sydney, andv had státed that he had a half share in a diamond mine inv Africa. He represented that his name waá' Robert >íouritbátten; ¿hat he was a cousin of Lord Mountbatten, and that he would be coming into £30,000 in February. He was wearing jewels, Í which he said were; diamonds worth: £770, and also av glass" ring, which he. said ; was worth £150.* He. said he was single . \vhex*eas he had a Wife- and a young child living at' Bondi. He met a girl who inherited £5000, .proposed marriáge, and was accepted. He persuaded a...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Settlers' League FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Ney/ Settlers' League .',»??'?: .-i.; ? ?;-:- : U J-. FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET. ;>; "Reduction: iii Fares.-Tho cost of assiste il';'*I)ássagres, to Australia has been reduced i íriom- 1/12/1022. ' Contract rate for m i'Cgränts .booked from arid after that-da ls £33 of which ampun#.tlie Commonwealt J. ^contributes £11 leaving a balance of £2 -* tt>rbe': paid by the nominator or nomine' -Passage money on account of nominatlor v. ; :may';'bé paid in the various ways as fe '.. ibws '* rvj.,(a). Full amount in Queensland. ' : (tí). Full amount in London. :.\ ;-..Cç). Deposit in Queensland and balahc -/' "'. , in London. : j ; ^(d).. Deposit in Queensland balance b ; ; 'instalments. : .1; : "Nomination forms and full particular ..are obtainable through the nearest Cler] , . of ' Petty Sessions. / ..-"New Settlers. -During the month o -.January 308 new settlers will have arrived . This number only represents new settler! , who have come under, the Assisted Passag« .' .system. Of cours...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Important Notice. TO THE PEOPLE OF LONGREACH AX» ^ S\TRROXTN»IXG DISTRICTS. '. .ff ho- Longreach . Fruit and Vegetable -Mart is now In f"H Swing. Large Supplie»* ,-ot allvthe Fruits in acusón und Vegetables. ' AVhóIeMiIe mid Retail Country Ordere l>roiit|)tly attended to by Jack Burgess) FRDIT0L0GI3T ^ lMlONE 248. ' '''-'' ^lelc-strctii.^. S P EI R'S BEEF ÄND IRON ^ WINE ,>Matle wltli Port AViiic,' instead: ,of Slierry. }'THE J3ËST TONrC FOR ANYBODY RUN - DO.WN. *' Ss öd. PERBOTTIiE. Keep a Bottle by you-Try it when your'e out* of sorts. , has JUST OPENED lils EGOXOiriC DKilPERY; and BOOT STORE. PmSLimXAJRT NOTICE. J. A. CATI P- has now -opened \ a .large ,«tock oC DRAPERY, -in pveriiises; Blluatod ut the" Longreach Hotel. It will.pay TTOU to come andviriöpect lits tftock. if you vi'lsh to «ave money. NOTE THE ADDRESS- .-y LONGREACH HOTEL BüiLDINé. G E. HOMELIGHT & POWER UNIT. - ;f v ' :; - , fm. GUARANTEED for 1 Year ECONOMICAL Mechanically Sound. Engine can be used f...

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American Archaeologists' Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

American Archaeologists? 3>Igcpvèvy~ * . neuter's correspondent. at?» Luxor -states that interest in the tomb bf Tutankhamen-. has" been" temporarily diverted by Améir ican archaeologists' discovery "of the body , of an Egyptian" princess', apparently . one of the court beauties of the first Theban dynasty of -2000 B.C. - The body is manvel ióusly preserved, the hair and. teeth, being,-, intact. The bosom -and.'neck are delicately tattooed.?" with the, emblems, of, the "caste' . of nobility. There are,.slight indentations in the neck, . wrist,' fingers,-^'and-*, "ankles., which indicate that there were a necklet, \ bracelets, and rings stolen by ' bridals. * -The waist is narrow, the hips, slender, aiid the body has an - immature and' ' dejlcate.. appearance, suggesting* 'that 'she., died;, young. ,Thère'Is a scar, as of a not s iron-, on the abdomen.^ Médical men are. of tho opinion that 'she. succumbed to a serious, orgdpic disease,' which in 'ancient times was treated with vio...

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Worth Remembering. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

i, "ivortli Rëmç«il)erln-r. v., < .. " Renovate shabby, curtain hóoks^T-í^bóir ing them in-yrater. ito which'aj little t^'iïégàr ." has been added;, "afterwards"; rip fg in lukewarm-;\vater-ând wfeiï>;dryinjg'-ívíií¿^:! '. If you ha-ve sour milk wliích y ojy; cnn nöt use in a-cake, boil your si.iyb"r>spqbnë' in ' it, rinse them in hot/.wàtër^^nd.'thcy1/ will polish .'easily.';-' '; '. }f\^p"^l ;''/' -Fried parsley is!' a . Suitable"; '$fâ'inteh'Z$i)iv.-i . fried 'fish,- croquettes, and similar;"' dishes^ It should bedoner after thei 'pijVer^ frying,' C when the fat-has cooled- down""jflîghtïyr and , takes only about a" minute^ tb. crisp. If it is -left: in too" long it becomes discoloured, and the flavour is spoilt. ;':Sómetimes"a little -kerosene poured down . aw scullery sink-that is clogged' w.iíl clear it. Leave irksome time, then follow-it ; up ' .- with-u can of strong soda water (boiling). An old piece-of "velvet is a splendid, thing ' for rubbing up brass. ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

', NOTICE TO STATION OWX^IÎS AXT) ',:;¡:;\.>'f SELECTORS. >. hTES;LIN & PER RI M AN ' . .v1 (Lute J-^CK' ELÉIS.) , ?: * ^ <.' SAI>1)TJT:US. LONGRE ACH, . E. ''fa. intímate that they ur? i rt. n . ^..jios^ti.o^Ji-Tio Kie.fTfl. a,.Compctant Ma*) -,;miy '.^vrlVejr'è^^lstoV'pistrïet, so that thorheeessarV /Àytorl^ça^ the «pot. ' ) '.v'T^0k^hfty'c,.^il8c> 'secured the services of the^/weU^ JOSH XIAÏÏX, "for : ihidny^.^ here, and whose K^ddlel^ wide. He cim .irmke any' iclnss ofjindie required. v , ?>. p Has a good collection'of Saddlesjmd Harness to choose from. .KIDING.:SADDLES of the best make. Harr ess second to none. ! COtiLABS AND GEAR for plough work best in town. All done br Best Workmen out of Best Material, at Lowest Prices. ^;.."Y- ' ar:'Çr. i>olsrÄOjariaY, . Saddle and Harness Maker, Phone 430 EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. PO Bïr\XSl. Cornbined JBüyers (Australia) Étd . SUPPLIERS ÖF MOTOR RË^ISITES Box 514 ^ ' PADBURY'BUitöiNGS <>...

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NEGOTIATIONS ABANDONED. LIKELIHOOD HUGHE'S RETIREMENT STILL MAINTAINED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

I. NEGOTIATIONS ABANDONED., ^LIKELIHOOD HUGHE'S RETIREMENT/ /, ; ir.-: STILL MAINTAINED.. '/?' p Z''-:':'^"" - - MELBOURNE, Thursday. !f]i5íí'i^ífinaÍ:/'cllBagreement between the Na L'-^ipriàl:^ahd':Country Party led to the aband- . :i;rohmeht /to-day of the negotiations which piiatiebeen taking place for some days with '."a.'view to arriving at some means of carry 9i'ng ;on the Government of the Country. - Tt is now probable that the contest will , be, foiight out on the floor of the House. Tho Nationalists are holding another . " meeting to-morrow (Friday), which prob ably will be the most stormy gathering yét' - . held. , rl^J-\ In some quarters it is still aritlcipated >( j . that Mr. Hughes will retire' ..-from:-'the1;}-, : leadership. - .. ':^>'\:^ïK}-r^Q;?ï

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Prime Ministership. NATIONAL PARTY MEETING. REFUSAL TO JETTISON HUGHES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

?Hë Prime Ministership. i " ? ?? . u : ' NATIONAL PARTY »IEETING. REFUSAI. TO JETTISON HUGHES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. ; : . -Ç^iiTitè held a prolonged.; ^^ti^'ë^tf-djBiyyèaterday to consider what at-:;' ¿ítitüde; ' should be adopted towards the : -Country; Party. After the- meeting Mr. >, ?:;Hughes stated that two resolutions were .'^agreed to, namely-(1) That the demand ;Vóf " the Country Party that the. retirement * of the Prime Minister must precede fur- - ". ther negotiations is unreasonable and can ./^not be accepted ; (2) That recognising. ":ithe- disastrous consequences which might - possibly arise from political turmoil and . '? chaos it was the party's opinion that the ...best interests of the Commpnwealh can be ; .best serevd by further negotiations with the ; ^Country Party with the object pf endeav-.> pouring to ai'rive, if possible, at a working - alliance on a fair basis whereby stable; ."Government can be assured. Voting on . .' the .first motion was 34 to 4, whil...

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