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"Bobbed Hair." [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

"Bobbed Hali'." * . A joopular evangelist in." England has just been '^advising young men never to marry-' giri8'^with*.V?..bJrtibe.d',- hair. Amongst artists' ''bobbed!'^ï>xfl*.àir, has- long been in K disfavour/ah^^^ models.are.in ever.-. ", 'dèerèaairig dêniand. Furthermore, the' style" is hopelessly,^Out. of date. How is it,'then, that thousands of . women' and -girls still re- . main' ''bobbed.'' . When I ;put this ques-. : tión the Oth.er day to a strong-willed young woman whose dark brown. locks ended abruptly '-át-the nape of her; neck,' she gave me ah answer that most members of the 1 ? "bobbed brigade" would give : "Short hair means'an extra half-hour iiv bed. for. me, and n sweet temper while I'm dress- ing." I ventured the Old-fashioned sug- gestion that-she had": been shorn pf her crowning glory. " 'Crowning glory,' " she scoffed/;-. "W;ho cares about it in this age * of sport ?/' ? She tossed her abbreviated ., -icurls at; 'my ¿assurance that men cared a ; l, yery g...

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 — 2 February 1923

My Lady's Toilet In tho elegant clays of the ISth Centui my lady's toilet was a lengthy affair. Tl was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffur then In vogue. But the beauties of th period were famous for their brillia complexions and graceful figures, and tl following simple recipes, ' some old-fas! ioned,, some modern, may not come ami to my lady of the 20th Century. THE ETERNAIi FEMININE. Most women will suffer anything in ord< to improve their looks. In order to kee ber complexion in its pristine freshnes the 18th Century "belle" subjected - herse to a most painful ''skimming" procès whereby the old skin was peeled off wit carbolic, leaving the new skin underneat exposed. Crude as the method was, th theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean'new skin jus below the soiled outer one, that is JÍOI visible. The modern application of fehl principle is to use .Mercolised Wax. . Thi is applied just like ordinary cold cream but on account of the oxygen it contain it is invi...

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

? > USE R 8 WERNER COLLAR EXPERT Quay-street, ROOKHASIPTON. Perfect Fitting: Horse. 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922. ALL« HARNESS STOCKED. What shall I do to-night ? THE business man whose activities cannot always be crowded into a usual working day does occasionally get an evening to himself which he would enjoy if he only knew how. This is the mari whose relaxation must be an ijuellectuaj. one. He must hâve a mental* stimulus-aij entertainment that he can enjoy with head as well as with. heart. The Beale Player-PianO-provides a programme of music that runs the gamut of hu man emotions. What- ever your mood the Beale provides the technical skill and 'sj m pathetic piano \for its expression. Essentially an in- strument for cultivated taste, yet it has constructional superiorities which make its selection a matter of practi- cability as well as discrimination. TFVF ÄÄT *F ^ COMPANY T qr-rj, XJ LLÍJ~\JLJLJ (QUEENSLAND) LIU. William St., Rockhampton Head Office: 90-92 Queen St.. Brisbane (op...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. PROFITING BY EXPERIENCE. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader"). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

CORRESPONDENCE. ; , v,',.^ PROFITING BY EXPERIENCE. >! - ; (To the- Editor í'Longreach Leader"). Sir.-r-Xo doubt Mr, Durkin, Maranoa'» reject, ii^ not a sadder should;-be a wisei man. j . The electors of -Maranoa I presume com : ly; prise 80 per cent of workers, by hand 01 rpen, and could easily return to Parliament vany.. one-they so desired. It is evident the^ had no affection for any candidate holding extreme views, such as bolshevism, soviet - ~or : autocratic rule as now unfortunately ;; ' the law in Russia. Australians have some '-, sense, and they realise to return to Parlla I.'^-"fanent men holding such Impractical and ; undemocratic views," might mean the with Vv-'^jdrojWing of their present freedom, loss of ; ''Vfhome^,.^ 'fixed , and current deposits,, good ^positions and wages. The people are" not * .afraid of Labour men, iiossesslng sound -V'''^conimon sense, imbued with the, love of . their country/ and the principle of build -lng a nation, instead of wrecking it, a...

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

J ^rhe tatest j Gramophone j Records | I Player Rolfe, ! j Music, j I also all \ I « * i j Musical j I Instruments, j j Needles, and j J Sundries j j FROM j j PALING'S I ! East Street, j j ROCKHAMPTON. j j LOCAL SELLING AGENT :- I ¡THEO. F. BARKER, LONGREACH. &¡^> Racer Combs and Cutters are Making Records At Westland Station,-via' Long* fea ch, 47 ewes were, shorn Jnl hour 50 mins. with a ListerjRacer Comb - -and I Cutter. Atvthe end of the" run it waa given 'to one of the best . shearers on the board to finish his «heep, and it cut the wool as sweet- ;. . ly. as possible. * . <. the "Racer" is 2Hnthes Wide John A. Smith, C Murray. J. J. Bourke, and C D. Welling- ton, shearers: at Westland, state that the.Lister Racer Comb is the best they have used in their 20 years' experience, and . easily shears 500 sheep more than any comb made at present.. The Racer-is a recent production. But being a Lister it quickly made its mark. It is a straight tooth comb and uses ...

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

* STRIKES YOU ANY TIKE .?«*.? .,.'.'..' I . Never know where or when back-. . »che pains will strike you, The: kid« neys will go wrong, anti when they , v do the first warning is generally 'through''the back. Neglect treads »nany serious ills; it's only t> short stepfrom common bo<:ka<:he to rheu* » matic pains, urinary disorders, dropsy* serious kidney disease. Doan's. Backs ache- Kidney- Pills cure every iii ol thé; kidneys and bladder. Read this testimony ; it tells of a cure that lasted: Mrs. B. M. Boustead, Ash Strict, ( Barcaldine, says:-"A member'of my\t 4 ¿ ¿family had a very bad attack bf baçk .ache and/kidney trouble, and had ta . lie up for some weeks, as everyNmove . anent caused increased sulTering. The 'V ; .-constant pain tn the hack was bad - , ?"; >e.nough, but that was not all: other -, symptoms., being disbidercr!« secre - : , lions, dizzy attacks, and a dull, tired .feeling and restless ni^ht*'. One day I was \askcd had we tried Doan's...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Artesian Waters. WHERE DO THEY COME FROM? (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Artesian Waters. - / YVHÎ01ÏJ3 PO-THEY C03ÏE FROM*?. .. Ji'¿ : ~^-~" 'l" '" --//'*. i Continued). yr NPwv> Whiled; the; mettörlcv theory stipu p lates that r'the-artesian water has -bee ^;swniipwed up .from streams and water '. ^courses and flpodv.rains by the spongy Jur ; assic ;sandstones in the Warrumbungle am ívvNanáewar 'mountains -in New South Wale> ;.: o»)d 'in the .Great Dividing .Range of Queens ¡^¿ndy . at . an . altitude of from 1500 to 25.0¡ : feety' the plutonic theory; postulates tba . ¿apri*ig waters are -constantly emitted fron : cooling "igneous masses nt a considerabli ' clepth îin the earth's crust. When sud £-:;.wa$er«jKin their upward*-course are -check ed : by-.'a' blank'et of noh-pbróvis sedimentar: £í¥óc'k-H'hey Will -be absorbed in some ' por -V oiis rock under, that blanket, iiiid in th« 'í spongy rock- they»-wlll'slowly move lattei* y ally to the edge of the basin where nucí rocks outcrop,. and they. will , there* escupí vi.as .mound springs. Every g...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
KEEP WELL Sickness is easier to Prevent than Cure [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Sickness r" " 'Äait Cure dominent medical authorities ara io* íayVdri^^ importance of using preventive medi ¡IT «jjne|. to maintain good, health, instead, ^ |t||,|;vaitjlng until stricken down with * ^ ' 4l sickness which could have been avoided/ I|||| custom in some countries if to paj; 'tjàjjjp üócioT to^keep .you weU. iäi ar rangement which works out more satis-, fRCtbrily to both sides. ThV doctor has àïfégùlar income and the people gene* fatly" enjoy regular {health. We" insure ... our houses against fire, ;but at the same i ; tfmef take precautions to prevent-them j catching fire. ' Some people insure "their -j .. . ttV*^[. against sickness or accident-a j " ; good, plan, but it is" not enoughs ..Care j ¿. ahou-d.- be taken all the time* to.-avoid . - í tho, t' o\itbre^lc.' pf sickness and for that - ! iß: purpose ' a juttable med«^ requirod.^ ' ' \ f qund; ^ p~^ invaluable for~this I pu^psev: that they j possess - anyf miraculous powers, but' as j X¿::every^lay household reme...

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

ARAMAC NOTES. Obituary.-Quite a gloom passed over the. town yesterday (Tuesday) wlieii the. news was received that-Mr. T. J. Kingston, one bf the oldest and .most re- spected residents of the district, had passsed away in a, private hospital at Rockhamp- ton. Although he had retired ' from bus- iness some . time" ago, Mr. Kingston had until quite recently taken an active .interest Tn all matters cbncèrning the welfare of .the /town, and his sudden demise came as -great? shock to all who knew him.. ' Mr.', /Kingston was 74 years, of age, and-lie leaves ; a widow and grown up family/ tb whom '-heartfelt'sympathy, is! extended. j Valedictory.-Our popular postmaster. Mr. -E. Hatswell, left on Monday last on transfer to Nanango, to which place he has been promoted. Before leaving he was given a public "send off" in the Shire Hall, when there was a representative gathering of citizens and a number of Councillors present, whilst numerous apologies were received from country residents unabl...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE OF SIEGE TO BE PROCLAIMED. BERLIN, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

;'^'STÄTE;pF SIEGE TO BE PROCLAIMED. v - BERLIN, January. 3,0. V rr.-^^ tA. telegram / from" Essen - states that the ...:-. ^ French* commander summoned employers, - >-labour leaders, . and postal and police of-.. - .ficials 'and - announced a stringent state 7 of -; Siege to be proclaimed. ÍThe trade union - leaders expressed » their ; determination to hold : a- meeting, and it'-. . remains to be* seen .. whether' the- French .-; will -dare ;to provoke the-workers.- - : . The .railway . - menin .< Rhinland ??????and .Palatinate have, declared : a general .strike;

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Here and There. The Merino in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

.? ;-;-: o :- . . ??? Í" '. ';^,Tlie Merino In New ZenlajHl.^ v : " 1' ¿ .jf^oJ^icM^.aÎïoW'.'that -the . number iWofS .^merinoes in New Zealand get.fewer Vfcvejjj^;. >--'yw]¡v^níV«a'e early days of the Döiftinion'£; 7 the.,';sb.^^;-;w.ére,;>pra,cticálly all merinoes.'í? less than 5 per ^èemÎ^'^'JtJhlëss'^Steps are taken to check yfleelíne/' wWtes W. 'Perry -in "Sheep ' /.^^e^j^vin^'l^w Zealand/', Vit seems that 1 ^m^rlnpes "ivrtil soon he : à thing , of, the past. >iWöt"ßnlyjjLve the 'numbers ^decreasing, but ;^th"e.>&<^rè.Î$f''the -N©V Zealand merino is ,;. diminishing. -' . This is largely due to the., unfavorable conditions that, prevail. .,This X ' -decline 5'Knd deterioration, however, should , '?' not be permitted. 'TheT*Value "of this breed to the fat lamb íiridústry on the liill'country ': - is too great to'allowa this ig-, nomirfioüs -fashion. ,^ The- .standard can be , - maintained by thé''frequent importation of '.. 'néw^hlood from 'flbcks w...

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

A m m Spread éfc : -I éoodVami "j is , an insur¿£ce v pr value. . i^aioç .oiitV " a ; protective p poj^ : ) SHERWIN WILLIAMS of sun^rain and damp '{Local Agents: V BDWxlRDS, MARTIN, LTD. ^ ' TELEPHONE* No. 67. CORDIAL FACTORY Ice and Cold Storage Works t J:;:V¿Í^A^AH:i:; STREET, . LONGREACH. Most 'Vp-to-ilnte Plant outside Rockhnnipto« DELIVERY ONLY ^TO REGULAR .r¿;A;;, CUSTOMERS. . ' DRY GINGER ALE AND SAROSSO , > SPECIALITIES. Westbourne Wqrit^ NEAR BARCALDINE. ; WOOLSCOURING and SHEEPSHE AKÏXG ... TERMS oh application. % i W-op.lpacks supplied at Cost Price. v "* For^ to-v_ The ; Western Queensland Meat Co ; ; > Proprietary Ltd, ". D. M. FERGUSON, Mairagcr. TÄe Longreach Hotel Under Mew Management ^/'.^'^tffe^jf^otèîVlïôîô been- thoroughly; renovated niruj;uisfjnow- ;the most ; up-tp-dafter ¡jaó'stelry in'' i i Qjei ñ trail .Queen elah d .1or i the, « *>Working: Mahfc'/^'N^èediëss -tpL say,.Voníy" ;jthe best of. Win&,£áíirt Spirits , and Beers sbjd. »/ High laiul...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Comparison of Travelling. Time by Rail and Air Transport. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Comparison of Travelling. Time by Rall . . . and Air Transport-. Sydney-cíqhcKrrysay rail "6 dys. . Sydney-Cloncurry by air 3h dya,. saying 2 i "'daysí * . ,A?r ?'. Cloncurry-Sydney, saving 3J days. . Sydney-Longreach rail 3.,, daysik Sydney-Longreach ? air; .¿ir-days saving 20 vïîohgrench-Clôncurry rail' 2J days. Longréách>Cloñ'cürry air 4 Arbours saving Lorigréacl^ 5 \days. I^ñ^^^^^ß^é^^f¿¿^r..'hours* saying . "w '''? '."iï'^Îtôurs'r" ?' ^lo'hcuriy-Ch^a-rleviil'e j$iÜ-\7. days .. .., J " C l'bn cjur r j^rC h a r ie ví 11 e - air, 1¡J Vdays i savirigj,-:-1 \"r .&p-da^^.5v;'^r-, . -.,. ; ;/? :v\i Cloncurry-Brisbane' Vail- G . days 'j.'J^. I Cloncurry-Brisbane, rRir 2 J dáyá'^sayinfe 2Î J days.'. ; .v V r*" J From the foregoing it will be seen'that , ..the, amount of .time saved is of real ,vb,lue, ? ! .Iihdiihe smaller towns bff^the i£ilw,ays, j viz:, .Tambo ffahd Mackinlay Ayiilv benefit to j i;ntf .even greater' extent. ' ; ' " . í '.r (Toi.be Continued). .... ¿ 3fS

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

'pi* äoOpor o o O 8 TrooObo -opOoo-?? -ooOoo O "TBh» Daily Mail"-'receives all . . three Caíalo Services-i.»., Ben- , - tar's, Xondon "TimeB,". andi' United, and is thus able to 'give ?uev»s of, all important happen- ' iaji; >t the earliest moment, V ¿:* %ífkt*S¿áy' -ail" Produce and *-?-:. and '-Iva Stock Reports are ex Tij-' ï;lufliVe, -apd are , made 3>y the ji. '>f .paperfs own 'reportara, oa the :> ' ' "' markets. ? , ; : /"-TùV^Sfi-"ting. Columns- axe con ^fï*. . 4?cteia^by «.Slrdaí.V - 0 ^ "Tha Daily Mail" On the ifand r.^Pàge is; under the direction of a. . ^via»fi-?#l>^'ha»î4»*«d,.t'w^ntyTyear8fî .."j « Sp%ieii(Se in>gj:icult_aVaffairs. y ' SevoralîtJolumris of .Country News ^artf-^ . ' "The Xondon and Sydney letter* , art. con*trl*>uted hy men and ,.h ^ . wofiuni who. .have,» access to ex V\i ël^yoV-formation ' .... ' A charming Litnrary Pago is pnh llshed on Saturdays. : ^ SPECIAL FEATURES. A Serial Story, notable authors dally. by ls The. Ladies' Pag...

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

i New Iatcratnre. 1 t -* u.r -. From tthe ^Australian : agents.' of -the.- pub-' - Ushers (Messrs. Hodder and _Stoughton, ;^ondon>v':.we...;have.' received'-,a^vcopy1::of'''\öü&^' of''the..latést::addition8''to\'flbtion^'i-.!3?héVñ0vel-¿:' in,,question '-'Salt Seas, and wSailormen^iby,* Frederick William ^Wallace,- as-"Its' name \ suggests : smacks of'the sea, and -proves it--j .self to be-a particularly goocT collection 'of? nautical :tales,, chief amongst which is the opening tale, "The Sail Dragger." The « author proves himself. o.uite -as adept with humour - as with pathos, ¿and the boole ia well worth while. < -

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

; ;' " 7 - SWIMMING. K The, weekly; swimVbf the Longreach ;'Am-: ¡- ; ^ateu^S^mmíngiClü^ ell-Baths-on Thursday night .last. " The 4tli ; swim forC seniors over fiy.e laps', ;a two . lap- ; :,'swimf £or^ juniors'.,ahd-iaV one. lap_swim for P; ladies, yrërè'". held' .togëther withv.the usual v r, diving èyènts. i -Thef fplld^ are / the re fsuit^; :^^adi^HS^:>heair. A. .Dphbins. :scr;^íst; ïl^^Pphn ^;8séx;s;;;''H2nd';iheàt-'':0; S. .Davies, ser. 1st", K. . jary'e'y" Tsec's 2nd : ; tinie, . 18secs. Final z Á.*' Dobbins 1st; S, Davies 2nd;* K. Jaryey; :3rd : ; time, 18secs. Juniors ' :-4st heat : D. ? Rb'ssberg" 12secs "' 1st, "W. .Bullen 2secs '2nd]?'*; time, 4-2secs. 2nd heat ^ír S. Searles 24s.écs: 1st, P. Gleeson 21secs 2nd ; ; time, 65secs. ^rd heat : P. Mellick 22secs 1st, . W. Tanks 21secs 2nd ; time, B2secs. Final : '4'Si'J Searles'. 1st, W. Tanks 2nd) D. Rpssbérg: 1';8rd-.; time, SSsecs. Seniers :-'1st heat..: : W. Rose 12secs 1st J. Foster 17secs 2nd ; . time, lmin 42secs. 2...

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

.- . Chínese Freemasonry; Freemasonry is widespread among" the Chinese,, and in Australia there are some' thousands of Chinese members., ?Tîïe head- quarters, of. thé Order, is at 18 Mary Street, ;,Sydney,,' where a fine th're.el'-stA^ on ?...'^f reehold is ' occupied. Ï.Tlîe'v principar pincer is Mr; James Wong Chuey, 'dir.ectpr :pf ; the Ghina¿Ástr¿ilian 'S.S.:. Clne^^wljo is . the grand "president- for Australasia. Eachy. State, within the Comomonwealthv has'; its provincial Graid Lodge. The. ..'.Victorian branch is situated hi Lonsdale street. Dur- ing last year the society purchaseçfta Three story building and renovated it for .use as a lodge roQin. Mr.- Lim J lien is the pres- ident, and Mr. Joe Jang grand -master. T.he^peiety's activities extend to aiiiúmber of . principal towns in each State. ' Mr. Ma "Hsiao-Chin, a member of the Chinese Par- liament at. Peking, and representing- the Grand Master, in China, paid- a visit to Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, also to Wellington...

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

?ii 'You are insured against loss by fire, which is only a . possibility. But what of-decay, which is a certaintyunless you keep your home . well painted. .^^^^ is one p£i the soünaes t ; ^investments .you carl make, tor it projects and preserves your pro- perty, from decay; in- creases its value, and greatly enhances .it's ap pèla-âncë. Buy ^B:P." . ^-4the best paint made " Obtainable freing j. >v and .. . V Ryland y 18 » - 31 . -A ^ ¿i*^ * *aic?io|ca»c aje * * * 4= * sM« ^ =%e^ ' .*i.v>I?' '.There is .a'titleinthe affairs of ii'»''"0 meit'ia/titAp (\ikeh at. the flood, .:A.-.. *'ie,. ... ; /.yíX'^-'-#"««O' *«?"./«». yotft'-'.ÙWto'ÀttoxçfH ¡&Z £'p&\'/ïïh'.yo[/A> TICKETS Ñor/-/ * .''t.¡¡ .?- iJj.tfßt fail lo pàrtttfpaUtïi ??' "7^^::iy>:ahi\tvs i;<hic)r>U\frç plate nt»9t"'*C* ."'«..?si-'-.*':'. '"?'í'.-'.:-:,-~everv fort ti i ubi if. I-. ??»|-«: rz%*?'. .<?.,?...; . 7;, Yffi. ^ 'r;;;.íS^.3;.; RB-B'SCO©-- ??/. Mf 4; J- -ÎËS.ÔOO te Ä...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Worth Repeating. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

I'. HfeMOUR-AIiLEG nilli, OTHERWISE. I j .7^.° y°u Itnow,,Mr.'Johnson, courtship; $ ; is ,the" light of love?" "Then marriage ' isc. tíié' gas' mil."'' ^ . . . l-¿"-' *?'?'*.? :''; i-'. .'-'.{' ' * ?'' *. JV " The Plumber ' : ''"I've .called to see tho * I ' old geyseiV' ; Jeams ';:' 'Er : ladyshiij;s . ?A hdfVt lipñie." ,l *. ..^ (.«>.-, J" * . « - ^ ' ?? + . ^"r*haye rheumatism in one foot.'VJ'Push, !' your ípot tlirough "a'' window."'''''Wliy ?" ' li' "Then Voe pane will iie "gone." .?. . i 4 . ."/"' '? ,; -''* ' ;' ' .- .* '.' .' » I *Sop.ti' "Lend me flveVppunds, old mani". I and i'll lie everlasting indebted to you:" ' I *. Frosh': "Tes,'that's .what I am afraid I" * * ; * . Í\."QhVhe's nolr^a bad chap. At any rate,, he throws himse+f, into any job. jj,e under- '' takes." "Oh! I jvish' he'd go and dig 'ia. I well!" - " I * . * - * * I : "Talk is cheap." "Not always." "How j., do you know?" "Two-words cost me ray. > freedom for life." "What were they?" "Be I mine.". ". V ...

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

r - - ' ' . Tho Foy Cup Sleeting, - '. ; .. We learn that'55 horses have been pad- docked for the Foy. Cup "Meeting. :io¿¿&b&!¿ ' held at Aramaean April. Our rcorreppondent " .' states that the: horses are- all vof ? a- partic- ularly- good class,, -and; . prospectsvfor thiSr ?.meeting, -with its ¿£1000; .prize. Jmoney, rare,r. ^particularly cheerful. :. It vis contended,, that the 'Aramac : Cluhc is rthe vonly v one ¿in Aus- , tralla -that, races: .a -'milet an d¿-av tíalf- ?;vo<£r grass.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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