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Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Stock Movements. -: o ; ?.1 : '..Amongst recent stock movements . were ., the. following- :-? . 3000. sheep, Kelso to Herwood. Mackay, and M'lntyre owners, G. Saunders drover., j 60 cattle, Moonbah to Longreach. Sav- ,* age Bros owners, J. M'Donald drover. " - 140Ó ewes and rams, Rosebank to Silsoe.' ' J», Nicholas owner, T. Lynn drover. - - v" 60 rams, Longreach to Valetta*.: "H.' Hall.. Owner and drover. ', 5600 ewes, Rio to Muttaburra; W.. O'Don-l : nell owner, Jacob drover. 1 ?'.?:.; 70 horses, Maneroo to Flodden Hills; . T. Davidson owner and drover. - ?:?;.???.;??! . - - 3800 wethers, Alroy to Rosabel, v Doyle ,> Bros. owners, C. J. Carter drover.: - _¿ 7000 mixed sheep :sheep.:. Talleyrand^ÄB Lerida Field. Vickery owner; W. A. C|T^^H . 3800 sheep, Langdale r to,'AlblU^^HHH Kilroy owner,. K, ^Barron ^0Ver^SBB5n|i

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Federal Elections. A DISPUTED RESULT. THE GWYDER (N.S.W.) SEAT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

, Federal Elections: : o :-. A DISPUTED RESULT.. THE GWTDER (N.S.W.) SEAT. ? SYDNEY, Thursday. The result of .the Federal election in- . , Gwydir*is to be .challenged by. the Country ? : Parity.; Candidato (Wilkins), who only ~¡i ?. lost the seat by 37« votes to Laborlte Cunning ). hâmi out thé: ground; that certain returning . officers refused the right to vote to cer tain - .electors notwithstanding thajt -their Thames .'were on the roll and that the num« ívbe^bf? these considerably exceeds Mr^ Cun ^hlngham's majority.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wellington Industrialists. BALLOT FAVOURS WORK CESSATION. WAGE REDUCTION PROTEST. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Wellington Industrialists. s. ' . « . -.-" ? BALLOT FAVOURS WORK CESSATION. WAGE REDUCTION PROTEST. WELLINGTON (N. Z. ), Thursday. : The ballot conducted. amongst the ' in dustrial organisations constituting the Alliance of Labour upon the question of a' general strike as a protest against the reduction of wages resulted In a substap- í tial majority in favour of cessation of. work; - , The responsibility as to what shall: be done -in the- matter rests with the ' Natl > Executive.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Political Toper. N.S.W. POLITICAN BEFORE THE COURT REMANDED FOR MEDICAL OBSERVATION. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Political toper. N.S.W. P01-1TICAN BEFORE THE COURT, .* REMANDED FOR MEDICAD OB ' SERVATION. > ' - c- : ' . SYDNEY, Thursday. Y; Hon. ..James Wilson (62), member of the. New South .Wales Upper House ap . peared before thé Court yesterday charged ? ,.->? -?with-'drunkenness and breaking two . win- - ' .. dow's.^" 'Wilson Was ? remanded- for .medical : ' Observations; * . ^ ? T-\ ;!'-' :- "?? -'i .! -. .-.'v: Tv' .'i i- ''7%':.'

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HUGHES RESIGNS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

; HUGHES RESIGNS. , ? '[. MELBOURNE, Friday.' . ; ;..' ;<Aíter tho party meeting to-day Slr. ' Hughes .went to Government House and ^ tendered Ids resignation. It was announced* - £; that : Captain Bruce liad been authorised,^-. £-to'.'form a National Ministry. , <? '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Small Pox in Athens. SERIOUS OUTBREAK. THOUSANDS IN PERIL. ATHENS, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Small Pöx in Athens. . ; , l SERIOUS OUTBREAK. V 1 I THOUSANDS IN PERIL». ' - - ATHENS, January 30.- ' ' r^^^^serious; outbreak, of smallpox : has: oe--v:'; curred-" her© and the people are ' panic - stricken, r -Thousands ; ot* sick ^refuges-rare^ now" living- at the quarantine station at> ' "St.* Geoges, known as Death Island. Tho Island is without water supply and it ;:is: feared ¡that-the whole of the refuges will' . "perish unless doctors and drugs are: sent < to their aid.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ireland. FREE STATE SENATORS KIDNAPPED. REPRISALS THREATENED. LONDON, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

- \ r Irelánd: ' . * ' REPRISALS w THREATENED» ' , - 3. ': . LONDON; January .81: ' Following * on the u kidnapping of mem . hers of , the fFree..State. senate the Govern-' ment has' threatened* the_ kidnappers that ? ;>;nnlesSTr; senators..are- released 1 further ; ex^ ecutioijs of-rebels will take place.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Britain's War Debt. U.S.A. FUNDING AGREEMENT. 30 TO 35 MILLIONS STERLING ANNUALLY. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

, U.S. As FUNDING AGREEMENT. *J~3<TTO'35 MILLIONS STERLING AN \'r ^",r ' f- GNUALL Y. j, - ' f 1 ' ', LONDON, February 1. \r<>',.Th©-.';British-ACablnet'* have accepted " the >? ? terms of ..'the "American offer-regarding the funding of British war debts to~IT.S.A., " providing for the- payment of 30- to-', 35" millions sterling annually."

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Golden Casket. NO. 61 DRAWN YESTERDAY. BIG PRIZES TO BRISBANE INVESTORS. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

The Golden Casket. . \ : ITO.'. Cl DRAWN' TnESTERDAY. BIG-PRIZES TO BRISBANE INVESTORS. ' : 4 BRISBANE, Friday. The drawing for the Golden Casket No 61;'took place yesterday, and resulted in the three big" prizes, first, . second, and third, going to Brisbane investors. ' " <\

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 — 2 February 1923

LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. -: o : ? WEEKLY MEETING. The usual weekly meeting1 of the execu- tive of the Longreach Cricket Association was held in Cory's office on Monday night last, when there were., present : Messrs. S. S. Clarke (in the* chair), Rev. B. C. Wilson, R. P. Creaghe, P. B- O'Rourke, R. Roseman, E. Gebbie, H. B. Menzies, A. M. Savage, J. Jennings, F. Cory and the secretary (Mr. E. Glasson). THE HARAIGAN TOUR. Mr. R. Hartigan wrote re aiU'angements for visit of his eleven, suggesting dates for tour,-. A telegram was later, sent from the^ -. same source stating .that having leai*nt~ that all arrangements were in the hands of .. Longreach*. Mr. Hartigan was prepared to agree to programme drawn up by Long- reach. The secretary notified the meeting that he had received, word^ from- Aramac that they had- withdrawn - from the arrange- ments. , * The Chairman : Aramac's withdrawal brings our guarantee up to £66. The first matter to be decided is whether we are going to commit oui's...

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

CRICKET NOTES. On Sunday last towards the close of the match, Shamrocks v. Hazeldean, > the bats- men were, compelled owing to breakages to bats to change "willows" each time a different batsman faced the bowler. The spectacle, was unique, and says very little for the quality of present-day ba^s. All the recept purchases seem to have been poor stuff, for none have lasted for more than a few matches.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RYAN SHIELD FIXTURE. ARAMAC v. BARCALDINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

RYAN SHIELD FIXTURE. -r : ° . ARAMAC v. BARCALDINE. For the Ryan Shield fixture,, Aramac v. Barcaldine, to he played at Barcaldine on Sunday next J;he folloAving team has been chosen t orepresent Aramac :-J. H. King, B. D. Seaton, R. E.. Pork, Ai W. Green, N. Br.own, C. Schulz, H. Lawrence, C. C. Lawrence, . C. Loch, R. F. Kingston, F. E. Southgate., -Twélfth man, J. ! H. Petersen ; thirteenth.jnan, E. Exton., ' , v Great interest (Secretary A. E. Gibbs . informs us) is being taken in Aramac in this match and with a view to enabling sup- porters to see the match played a special "' train has been arranged for. The train will leave Aramac at 8 a.m. and leave Barcaldine on the return journey at 7.30 p.m. Cheap fares have been arranged for-Adults 6s... children half price.

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

?«>«?»<> L. C. Wooldridge & Co., Limited.; Stock ané Btatíoíí i Agents, IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDJNO, ??" LONGREACH. Special Agents for Queensland Primary Producers Co-operative Agency Ltd., Wool arid Producé Brokers. ^ Agencies-"- * >- :t> * Queensland Trustees rfcimjlted. ; ¡:.,Z'4. Northern Assurance Company. - > . A. H* ;6. I war, .? ,.. (CtrtificaUd) , * Longreach Representative of an Efficient organisation covering the whole :^ öf Queensland. Address District Inquiries to Box 54, Phone 272, or : 'call at Eagle-str*eet Show Room. " We supply everything Electrical." ^" These BOOTS Are Made To Stand Hardwear The man who buys Boots for work* lng In, looks for quality. If he buys rTfom. us- he gets quality,' he gets y-Boots that are on the job long after the price has been forgotten.» What the Boots illustrated lack in style they make up in the long and faithful service they give their ~ wearers.. ? rxf{r a We have splendid assortments öf ÇÀN .JMILITARY...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LONGREACH RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

LONGREACH RIFLE CLTJB. . The following scoees-were niade by the members of the above club at recent practices :: - "300 500 6D0. T'l G. Thurecht 31 30 25 86 . W. H: Setter , 25 27 29 81 F. Smith 24 24 20 68 E. Oliver 23 20 23 66. January 2iat£- . " 300 - 500 600 "T'l G. Thurecht 30 34 26 . 90 E. Oliver 21 2? 24' 74 D. Mellick 19 w 21 33 73 R. Thurecht 24 21V -26 7.1 P. Rawlins 25 21 22 Ç8 W. Baker - 4* 18 10 32 January 28th- . " . 300 500 600 . T'l G. Thurecht 22 24 27 "73 D. Mellick 23 25- 25 73 P. Rawlins 25 25 21 71 . R. Thurecht 27 ' 28 ' 16 71 "H. Avery "26 24 19 69 E. Oliver 19 26 22 67 F. Smith 22 " 25 6 53 R. Hodgen 15. 19 .1*: Ç* C. Polgner , 13 ' 23 ; 9 45

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Ambulance Brigade. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Longreach Ambu=: lance Brigade. -- : o : =-r MONTHLY MEETING. Thé monthly meeting'of the committee of the Longreach Ambulance Brigade was held in the Brigade office, on Friday night of last week, when there were -present' : Messrs. Qed. Meac'ham (in .the chair), H. J. Sblley,*j. Martin, J. H. Boldeman, and the superintendent (Mr.. A. C; Sollway). Correspondence included letters-from - The General Secretary--fenclbsing £355 Government subsidy for' the current quarter.-Received. . From Clarke and Tait, ^Bimerah, en- closing a donation of ' £10/;l0/-r\. In the' covering letter the .writer stated "I received your annual. report and from it am sur- prised to find the absence of & great num- ber of names of "holdings in the'"district, very few stations appear^to have given donations-only half "a dozen stations hav- ing donated.-Received. . , - Amongst,the donations to hand were : Texas Station, ^Chillagoe (Mrs. Rogers), 10/- ; Acacia Downs,*'10/6 ; ~ B. Green, Cassowary-street, £1...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANOTHER ROCKHAMPTON CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

i i AXüTKKlí ROCK HAMPTON CONVEN ! " TI ox. i - _: i Another convention wiil be- held shortly > at Rockhampton, or rather at Yeppoon. I .That is" tho important ~ Labour convention j which "frill determine the road that the > Labour Party must travel at the next eiec I tion. Already delegates are being appoint |: ed, and different organisations are picking ; their extremists or moderates according [ to their desires whether the pace should j be forced or eased. A month ago there ¡ was an impression in Labour circles in j Brisbane that the moderates would carry j the battle. Just now there is a growing ! impression that the extremists will carry ! most of what" they want, but will not block j the way for electioneering compromise* j It is eas5' to see how the wind is blowing ! by noting the two different voices that are I being spoken in Labour camps. -The ; Premier addressed a meeting the other* , ! night in which he declared that Sovietisln . I bad achieved nothing- for the wo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRICKET. BLUES v. EDWARDS MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

CRICKET. ' BLUEST v. EDWARDS MARTIN. * " ' This match was played-on Saturday after noon. last on the local wicket, and reseulted p^oin -a win'for the Blues by 18 .runs on the £_-/,'n>3t pinnings. The most successful bats ;p/inpi, during the afternoon was N. S. Moffat, 'rwho compiled^? runs for Blues, whilst the ä«?('."ibestv bowling average, for the match was put up by Chambers with two wickets af. ah average cost of 2.5, he being closely ^followed by M'Master with an average of j 2.6,,'for his'six wickets. An unfortunate ^v^incident. occurred during the progress of ri'Athe Blues' innings, when Roache, who was -fe-bowling, appealed for a leg-bofore de y i-cislon,' and being dissatisfied with the um pire's ruling, walked off. Details of the. play are as follow :-- ' EDWARDS MARTIN. > B. Menzies, c sub., b Allen . 4 . .^H;'.'Chambers, c Clarke, b M'Master .. fl .í.vP. ^.Rogers, b Moffat . 1 ? ' S. Wood, c and b M'Master..y .. 4 i. Cv Qavin,- c Meares, b M'Master -'6 II. Roach, c...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HAZELDEAN v. SHAMROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

HAZEO>EAN v. SHAMROCKS. .This. fixture was played on Sunday, and . resulted in a wiri for the nrst-mentionec] by 26 runs , on the first innings. Batting - first Hazeldean compiled 74 runs, towai'ds which* total H. Gallwey contributed a nicely-compiled 34. .-^Shamrock's responded with .48 against theT^jrjbnáíin¿}of Gallwey, ¡ Case, 'and Heard, .'the ref ormer .being the .most successful bowler, of the day, his four wickets having been -obtainéd ra£ a, cost of 2 runs per wicket. Iii their second ef fort Hazeldeari's had lost four wickets for Al when stumps were' drawn. Details are - as follow :_-7-r ' * . <. ^HAZELDEAN.-First Innings. '-. W. Boyd, ii Durkin. R ' H. Gallwey, c Smith,' h Glasson .... 34 ll. Connor, b Smith. 0 B. Case, b Durkin. . .'. 15 V. Heard; c^Smlth, b Glasson . 1 C. Boyd, b Boyle .. \....... .. 0 T. Gebbie, l.b.yir., b Glasson,. ........,: 10 . N. Hodgson, c Smith, ,b Glasson. 1 Tí.. Roseman, b Glasson ' .-,..'; .. .''.. . r. .. o G.. Mullins, b,.Gla...

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

_jNNis RACQUET RCPAIRER j 57-59 SYDNEY ARCADE. I . CORNER G^RfiEfi '*==? ! KmG^YjDNtY. I SUPERIOR ENGLISH /^^^^^^^ÍW i . LAMB GUT 'f^^^^^^^ir , \ I ENGLISH BEST J^^^^^^ ' .! I wiSÄSTV^^REPAIR5.- j ! »in"*^Trr ^rJlNültSTRINGS.OOWNonCROSÍ. ¡ I _N?2 i7b$r 9Q PER STRING j I >ä^RACqUETS SENF BURCÈtS,POST ' I CQ5T 9? CASH WITH ORDERS. \ j I AM FROWT Willi COUNTIO" j MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS, 3E»C.. (JACK PATTISON, C4R A.) IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. Commissions Executed oh all Events Local and Southern. Golden -Casket--Hobart every, Mail. - For. All .LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone ' ' ^ ' "Mahoney & ..Pattison 78 (Shop). -Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). Jack Pattison 203 (Residence). P. Ö. BOX 9, LONGREACH.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRANE-STREET v. SHAMROCKS B. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

-.-.-y, CUÍVNE-STREKT v. SHAMROCKS B. , V This"-"match was played on the Show . -.Grounds, on ^linday Thorning. last...mid;ire-.-' /,»uïted~in a.:wln for the Crane-street, teanv :"'^py.i'-,23Ä'rahs oh the "/fii'st Innings. "Scores"" . were" *}-~--' ' - ' ' ' "" " ' -.fi,-,...".:... - -" ÇRANE-STREET. _ ^ : M. Westwood, b Findlay ..... 7. 0 . E. 0\Rp.urke, st. Gavin, b Findlay .... 7 » G. iSàmways, not out .j . ... 43 B. Dunbaven, c Gavin, b Lappin. 0 S. Bartholomew, b Lomas ........ 14 R. Ireland, h Lappin .:.. 1 B. Setter, b Lappin . . . T. 0 H. Browne ,c Cameron, b Lappin ..... .. 4 T?. O'Rourke, b Lappin .\ . .. a 0 R. Stuart, b Lappin.* 0 F. O'Rourke, b Lappin. 2 Sundries. 7 Total . -78 Wickets fell at 2, 15, 23, 5C, 59, 71, 72, 72, 78. Bowling.-Lappin seven for 17, Findlay two for 20, Lomas one for 19, Byrne none for 12. SHAMROCKS B. W. Findlay, run out.... 1 .V. Lappin, c and b Westwood 9 B. Hall, c Ireland, b Westwood ;. 6 ,J. Lomas, b . Westwood Í. Ó S. Byrne, not out . 26 L...

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