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THE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

THE FIXTURES. The fixtures down for the week-end ure Saturday,SFebruary 3.-*-Blues v. Shamrock«: Sunday, February 4.-Hazeldean v. Ed- wards Martin. - ¿.

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

PREMIERSHIP POINTS. At Monday's meeting of the- executive the secretary reported that the premier- ship points to date stood as follow : Hazeldean 26 ponits, Blues 25, Edwards Martin 25, Shamrocks 20,

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fatal Bundaberg Row. TWO MEN ARRESTED. WILFUL MURDER CHARGE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Fatal Bundaberg Row.           TWO MEN ARRESTED. WILFUL MURDER CHARGE.       BRISBANE, Thursday.       The Commissioner of Police advised yes- terday that on Tuesday night an alterca-     tion occurred at an hotel at Bundaberg         between Joseph Burke (said to be a pugi- list), John Henry Ward, and Thomas   Coonan. The information supplied to     the police was that one man handed a   stone to another while the altercation was   in progress, and it is alleged that Burke   was struck a blow on the mouth which knocked him down. Burke subsequently   succumbed and a post mortem examina-   tion disclosed a slight fracture of the skull and a broken upper right jaw. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HERE AND THERE. (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) A Record Egg. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

! . -:-- : o :-:- .. * .... ..¡jr (FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.) - r ri : ° . .'" . .. .. : . . , " A Record Egg. A message from Goulburn states that a 1:2-months-old white--Leghorn; belonging ^to Airs. ?.L. ~J. Barber, of the public school at Gota Walla, laid an egg of extraordinary dimensions. From, end ;to '.'end, right " round, it measured 'nine.,.inches.y: It was seven inches in circumference, -three- and a-lialf inches long, and weighed half a pound.

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

^o. B. Shakespeare,: ". . SURGEON DISTIST. '.'-...,.?. %%B^vcommericed practice in Longreach.njEind £¿m^ bp ,consulted at his office in Eagle l ^Btreet: <hext Commercial Hotel).1. \ - -7 <-¡:^'^V''-r '-. "PHONE 304. ..';';;r\.^:. Slli S.( CHURCH, CHÚRCH & CHÜÍ^CHT - îîr^V^ -BOLSOVER STREET, « - ." ?''-;t:' ''J----' and ", ;V.>y i :';'%;, ; . ^Bpgieíßtrefet, LONGREACH, (Phonedí26S.) "Ï^Ha^îng^Xentered;" " Ipto partnership "inay.-i 'Ve'i consulted at- the Surgery in Emu" , Street^-. - - " ^7-Dr.Michod - .'. .. ... 9.30 to ll a.m. Dr.;'.'Brown' ..; 12'' -to*.^1,pim. . Dr. Brown-:Phbne 75.' x* < » '*/ [t Surgery~Phpne (;;8.0.\<. ' ':, 'V.Ï/A! '^^^.if^1;^^; *.!-'''.. vis V R. D. MILLER, v\ , F.A.LS. ~_ : » (18 years with Edkins, Marsh) , Jv<-J '.; ;;CO»ffANT' . SE^IOTARY ' .r:ÍLk -a.":""" ACCOUNTANT ''.'.:.\, AUDITOR ' Etc., LONGREACH. Î - r ' ' "\ ' C 10: ; y^BNDERS 'î.are irivited^'fQRiltKe'1)jsrectibn" . . of 'about 37 ...

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

Send to Edwards, Martin v for Electrical Installations and Repairs. > A skilled Electrical Mechanic is at ;your-service . to give you practical ' advice 'on;, everything Electrical. If we- do4he job itrwlli completed ; by Experts . ~wiiliryour satisfac- tion in miá4. all through the proceedings. . Maintenance of' your Electrical Equipments !s a" speciality of .ours. We .have a ^reputation [for honest workmanship to maintain, so don't be afraid to give us - your Electrical Repair Jobs or Instal- lations. On enquiry we shall' be pleased, to,go into details. ' , Edison Electric Iron with thumb . rest and attached stand. All classes or Household Electrical Utilities Supplied and Installed; OOQOO -ÓOQOQ-T---OOQOO Edwards, Martin, Ltd., j BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS, : LONGREACH. * . _ ! /4MPÖRTANT NOTICE, II SHEEP SHEARING MACHINES and DUPLICATES. SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS IN PRLCES. :L^rge:Stpcks available at Agencies at Longreach, Blackall; Emerald^ and .Mes^s; Mëacham & Ley- land...

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

'Thê h.ighestflh'icès byer realised 'iii Quoens- 1 lund were registered ¡it : the ¡CWaál':Sales, . }whieh took 'place in the.-Brisbane niárket "óivlthe 23ï;d and âGth January, (writes our Brisbane 'cbrrespbndent)/, on which . . days :a total of 40,000,bales was súbmitted.v An' exceptionally ''large- : contingent of buyers '" ;;''mAde,.;tÍie.¿ti,íi>/íróm. the South, and front< ..th.e^-o.uts.et' çothpètitiôn was keen and gen ? : eml; the Japanese again, dominating the .situation;' as far; as gd od greasy wools were ; çpncérned^at ;1^ two-thirds of this sec- tion ;bfi tliè catalogues .'falling to their, bid. ' That ?'?the.';j;anaheke-.;cbmp\e,ti'tion;.is-'on. the upgrade- ^^i.e:vJden'ced{''l)y:- -.the ''.presence of ; av.;new: .buyer. -.fpi* t^is; destination;> in.; tho. ' -përsbn:;-bf .':;à''''.rQpr.eséntatiye. of the;- Japan ' j Cotton Tradirig;>eompahyi . a ;powerfúI¡;*:or- - - j ganisatibn , w^ '..i.ner.eas.'o^co^ -The- aÇtual averages -are po(r yet cbmpleto'd,....

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

Nèw:s- Epitome. ' ,-:o:- a , DAY BY DAY .Aiií'erigjnfí^á^ of ah empty' ;'passenger, Iträin left, the 'rails at'-Fairileld;: >oñ Sátui'ciay hight, arid as a resùft .. Hie Srkitli 7Ç0ti£t : line was blocked until Sunday ". ' afternoon. A crowded passenger train hadt . a narrow: escapei from disaster, ; ' v . ? .., 'The body, of an unknown man, was found; ... oh a Vacant allptment in William-street,- > Brisbane, early . Sunday morning, and .it is '.'; believed that ?ne>was^knied.-:by"ft^llingi byer, "?- án'.embankment. '-? ;\ --' ::";" " ? : ; Louis ; Stevenson^: aged. 16; : was \ scratch- ing ;a'detonator with a-, nail;.on a farm ll]; j miles -from. Mt. Morgan; on Sunday, ? when ." it exploded,, flowing .his left hand < ; : com- ; . .pletely< pff ^ injuries; Thè sufferer is'in the M.t.: Morgan '. -- Hospital. '''.-,:./:'", ,?:/;': 't .:%¿.'v'?''r ? Mrs.^. Elizabeth Jane-, rsrorr^ll;,^".a^d^" Bl- ' years, ; a, Vesident bf Allora, whp'^was on a_. .Visit t^...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Valedictory. "GOODBYE GILLIE." LONGREAGH CLUB HONOUR MR. GILCHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

- Valedictory, - i ? - ¿ONGREAGH . CLUB3 HpNOTJR VM^i^j. . yv.; -y-\ ; ^'^^;GILCHilIST. ; ?'^^P>££^'^ -On Wednesday night last/a: large'gàthe ; lng: of. club members attended at the-Lon "preach Club. ;fpi* the purpose .v;.o£j Shiddi) /; /"Goodbye'^^^ '.; '^..anerali.e'i'^ bf '"the club who is .leavihg ;Ljon '//reach-; b^^ ' ; : attending the-'f unction'-V^^ .3- f-quired. ,. very great ^powers :7öf 7.obsérvate . - in order !-to ,be impresaed-'with's the popula ' . ^ity' en^Oye ;: .term] applied ;;i"raembeVi^a"--,.'G:bo^ times. " Member's were - pjre^ "* v and hear, ahd'aniongst. thpse who; t'ravell« long journeys in- order to Voe present wi theZchairmán, ;.Mr.- C. J. Brabazon/y(Wii : ton).-- - _-.-.' ,. ; j'7'^:^^}^.-cP:-y.£i;i^pp honoured', )the .chàirnmri. prppsed /the toa / "Our rjeparti.hg í Guestj"' /and. in doing* - " said' that %i| club ;-membera vyeré¡ /sorry ; j : Mr;' Gilchrist's; depä to khow-; that his departùre^meànt \to , hb -,;.an onward; step in life,' and .he (the...

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

Not; . i a Visit To-day ? Goods REPLENISH -your household need« in Manchester Goods at our Easy Priées. *C^ality and Value combine to yield a great satisfaction;. Every Housewife Appreciates Good Values. You will know that this is the . Store that is ßdwäys associated îwitK the Best in Values. . You mow also that the Qualities we sell aré all the time dependable, and that an excellent assortment is always available for choice, ls it not then in your own interest to purchase here? (See these Manchester Values we are Qffering now, and you will vote that this is 1 LONGREACH WRIGHT'S Pastoral : Agency, CHARLEVILLE. LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, Etc; WE keep rio. runners and buttoner», and give, the Vendor's the benefit" of all deals. We hold the record of haying, made the biggest prices for-horses in: the-South-west . by private sale, having sold 400 heatLi'to Kidman, Cattle King, and' 20_0._tjn. account of. G.' Brown, Esq., ; Townsville. Wire our office describing your- Horses,Catt...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ADVANCE LONGREACH. RETICULATION OF RIVER WATER FOR TOWN USE. Our Readers' Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

RETICULATION WATER FOR TOWN miens. ----- ti; f ..- ' . During the~"past 'week we'have solicited opinions on the above question, and have received replies as given below. 1-7... », »Many who were circularised have stated their intention to forward an opinion in time foi-our next issue. To those who have v£ "not so far thought - of .giving an opinion we -wish to ' state that'this page will again be open next week for airing our towns people's views upon this most important question. It is only by a thorough thrashing out of any question that wise decisions r; .."*. ran be arrived at, therefore we would appeal to all townspeople to to&n the fullest avantage of the "Leader" columns^ for the . welfare of tito town and district. " v . v".';;<3ÍIen . Riddell.-With reference to suit .': ability of soil around the town of Long ; ,,reách, I have no hesitation in saying that ^r-tfie soil:is'-quite suitable fqr growing of both vegetables and Howers-, and if thc river . ''jWaf...

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

(i. Th éi>? v^ëre" :ôiïé pr Mt wo - impor tarit Week -". end deyelópniénts; iri.vcbnnectióh with the Fti'ikej 1n Tthe^building: ..ti'adeC - In ' theçfirst. : place / the'':'~Com'pulsory''' Conference'' called by the Minister for ;\v;qrks in the.l fervent *hope'; that something . might eventuate,- : | fizzled' oYit without- .accomplishing- -any-., ^thlng.,of ^moment. The Government; it may ' £;be added; is desperately anxious ' to- get this . ^ strike , settled as they do. not want . £oi, be ; ¿|dra\yn into it and- forced-tb. take, .sides. 'j&This they Inevitably will..have to do, if, the Sffitrugglevdëvé^ for^tUe, Ali<suf-. ^^ient- reason that ;i£_isra's^^ miich a ,strike IK&ainst" tKë^^^ and... - iholV ? íArbitration system, v"á8¿ it Is against the .Mäster Builders.1 Äowever,-» the;,Building ~ trades' Unions ^evidently." stflfc have^; $neák /ïng regard for the Arbitration Court, award and -;would sooner. wo.rk;%under itjthan-with ,out it. At any : rate...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wool Demand Still Strong. FRENCH PURCHASING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Wool Demand Still Strong;. I --- ; u ; . FRENCH PURCHASING. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carspn. . Ltd., re- port under date," January 29th' :-Despite the unsettled International outlook on the Continent, wool purchasing goes on apace. Values at Brisbane sales fully re- flected the buoyant conditions previously experienced in Sydney and other : centres. ' t , The continued activity of the- French section is reassuring. Queensland merinos have always been, much favoured by Con- tinental operators. - France in particular has ' consistently been partial to them. Their fine quality makes them specially suitable for- French mill, requirements. Before the/, war France was the largest buyer at the Brisbane sales. During 1913 14, In that centre, she took 137,500 bales, easily eclipsing the efforts of Yorkshire and Germany. Even last year she headed the list with 79,137 bales, Yorkshire being second with 7-2,500 bales. The .clip "¿of last season, being bolder, owing to The bounteous season, was more ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Brisbane Wool Sales. PRIMARY PRODUCERS' REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

; Brisbane Wool Sales. PRIMARÁ PRODUCERS' REVIEW. The' Queensland Primary Producers' Co- operative- Agency Ltd., Brisbane, offered 5,005 bales of wool on Thursday, 25th January, the catalogue" being the second largest of the series. An attractive selec- tion was submitted, drawn largely^ from the Central districts, but aise including a fair representation of Northern and 1 Southern clips. . " .' Thev New Year^ àdyançe . reported\after the Sydney and London openings was tully confirmed in Brisbane, and a limited number bf passed(-in lots from earlier sales* were readily disposed of at substantial ad- vances on previous be§t offers. As antic ^ ipated, the Japanese section gave tre- mendous support, a new competitor cm be- half of Japan making a first appearance at the Australian sales, and lifting a fair parcel of wool. ? At the Primary Producers' sale the Jap- anese buyers were, in the case of the best merino greasies, often outstayed by ' an American order, and it frequently occurre...

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

« - OPEN FOR AU; CLASSES .Of- . I General Banking: Business £ th the Principal Cities and Town« of Australia, New Guthea (2) «nd London (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches, and 3avingracBank Agencies at 3189 Pott Offices through out the Commonwealth of Australia,Territories of Papua and New Quinea, 8olomon Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. ' 31% Interest on Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Intorest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300. ," Deputy Governor: / - Governor: JAMES KELL; SJr DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.Q. NOW PROCEEDING 1.? .? Shirt Bargains. MEN'S WHITE MERCERISED .TENNIS SHIRTS, all sizes,. 5/9. Less. 15'per cent 4/11. ÏHENfS WHITE» MERCERISED - TENNIS SHIRTS, 6/11, 7/11, 8/6. liesa 15 pei* cont 5/11, 6/9, 7/3. « MEN'S FAWN COTTON FUGI TEN- NIS SHIRTS', 10/3. . Less 15 peí cent 8/9. * MEN'S OXFORD TENNIS SHIRTS ~7"/9'.v Less 15 per cent 6/7. MEN'S HARVARD TENNIS SHIRTS 7/6." Iiess 15 per cent 6/5. MEN'S- KHAKI TENNIS SHIRTS 7/6. Less. 15 per cent 675. MEN'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

BESIEGING THE JULES MICHELET.—When the commanders of the French battle-cruisers in Sydney Harbor gave an "at home" to the public generally, they had no lack of guests. They came in all kinds of craft, from dinghies to ferry boats. The picture shows portion of the crowd that besieged the Jules     Michelet.       '"?*..''.??'?'?.' '.? ? * ' ? ' ' - r- I SCREEN IDOL'S ILNESS.—Wallace Reid, whom every picture-goer   knows has been dangerously ill This is his latest photograph, show- ing also his adopted son, Wallace, junr., and his daughter. The doctors   ordered the actor to a private sanitorium to recover from a complete   nervous breaddown, the result of his dare-devil work.     I - I LULU McGRATH, aged 19, who is considered the most perfectly- formed and prettiest of American swimmers,-shown in a bathing suit ? cooking in her home.   &am...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Associated Board ROYAL ACADEMY AND ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC. UNIQUE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Associated Board ROY*L ACADEMY AND ROYAL COL- LEGE OP MUSIC. UNIQUE CELEBRATIONS. The Associated Board of the Roy; Academy of Music and Royall College < Music is this year celebrating its twentj . fifth year' bf- examinations in Australia i the same time that the Royal Academy c Music completes its. hundredth jbirthda in England.^ - - A short account of its foundation''-wi' interest those who have benefited 'by th assistance of the distinguished musician Svho year by year have.visited these.shores It will probably surprise many-"itt th .present generation to know that in 189i Miss Emmeline M. Woolley, daughter o the late Dr. John Woolley, the first prin: cipal of the University of Sydney, vane Miss Ethèl C. Pedley made a somewhat 'extended European trip to -recruit theil health ; but they also crowded in a greal deal of hard work as well. Nearly th? whole of their time in London was. spent in connection with music and in negotia- tions with the Royal Academy of Music and ...

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

Telegraphic Photography. . The cable announcement the other day-* . .an^ËnsUsh^é-Kpèrt^hacl perfected a de yicerJor¿trahsmittirig photographs by wire- less, gives*, interest, to the following facts. Last year , the Berlin system of image trans- mission was explained as a motor-driven group- of sending and receiving cyclinders. The image to be .transmitted is. put on the sending cyclinder,r and a certain pro--. cessv'nrsf -causes the iniage to, form in re- lief. As;-the image .révolvesf^there"presses? against it the. point 'of microphone. As; this senesitivç point is more or less pressed-,* by the irregularities of the relief image, the current" "slowing through the' .^microphonev is likewise modulated, thus, giving an élec trical. interpretation of the relief ima^re. . This modulated current can be sent over'*" the wires o'f a telegraph or telephone line, or can be employed, tp control a continuous.; wave wireless transmitter. The receiving end cyclin.der is'connected with a powerfu...

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

Àd/VevU^ Means Failure. ... - .Time was,'- m England, when Day artd Martin ; was synonymous with blacking. Eyer^vhere, .-on hoardings, 'busses, in the . newspapers," at railway stations, the name of- the . Arm of . Day and Martin,. blacking . makers,", was; tobe seen. * That was some thirty vyears -ago:: "We -had the world at our feet,"- said Mr. Burlison, the manging' director, of the; firm a few days ago, "but.... wheh.'ja/i change came we neglected to keep ^ .our 'name .before, the public", This was a* . franlc;:.cönfessiori that the now historic ' . firm -finds itself in' difficulties.: A meeting of'shareholders postponed the matter of. coining to a decision to deal:with the assets ' pending a final effort to raise money rto save.: the business. Mr*v Burilson said : "We failed because we "did not advertise." It should be a warning to others,

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

» , Two Colors nt; Once. ^1 - Áfaterials made of " a : mixture either pf still- : and ¡cottón or silk and " linen" can be dyed. t>*o, colors in a Hinglè-dyëbath^, This was the statement rniade:lat a-joint --hueet * lng n t Manchester-U of. J^èr& ^ tho Chemical Industry by Professor. Á. "G. : aw preen [and'Mr..- IÇenneth ? Sauhdèrs, the disr'. K covers of a new class of dyestuffs- known BP'asu.lonániínéH.'i- By líHlng a dyé-baih con- taining ' a mixture of. an ionomine'- with iu'V ; " direct /cotton"?' dye » tile various ;fibres£ silk -jind. cótton, Öf 'the;- material would.. each;-, solectv.itsappropriate dye-Btuff, ahd»by;.th*is « ; . means two-:CÖipr : effects / might be .pro ... duped. -Xi was*7tfôhîtècî' ôiït ftiïnt the dye- - . f .''stuffsi \\;hich -could,'be' produced were char-;.; ..j|<5cter!«ed'n>y gratti fastness ':to washing and : -:0wear.. »-In all cawes their resistance to .light |.;Was Hulncfent' ( in some cases It was, : re- junta rkablygooy. /...

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