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Rockhampton By-Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Rockhampton By-Elcction. ¡ . . " ,, > On Monday last Mr. J. J. Verhey... an- '. ' "¿nouúcedthat, . owing to factors arising out y iof vtherrecerit convention, he would ^retire : .from the contest in favour of Alderman W. Charlton (Mayor of Rockhampton), who will- carry the banner of the Queensland y United Party. Mr. Charlton said that he was gratified at having the opportunity of endeavouring to win the Rockhampton . ' seat from Labour, but he would not have offered himself unless Mr. Verney had . ' voluntarily stood down in his favour.

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

, Tue New Buildings. ?' r-%p(\'-;:'. |:;F Good progress is being made with thé new; buildings in course of - erection in ; -Eagle-street. At Boldeman's building dur- " 'lng the latter-part of last week fears were , : 'expressed that the class of sand being used was _not suitable. Thc architect (Mr. E.. . Chimps) however has since tested the sand afid found that by screening and the mix 'ing of a small quanti^r of coarser Dingo sand, tho mixture is/fill that could be de ÉM^Í. and conseriuwdily operations are pro jBHteb-c n un ce. ^Hie Central Hotel (Mrs. |HHSiBKft) is/ nearing completion, and ^m^^^^^m^ « "bîgns of being a welcome ad ^^^^^g^ie architecture of the township, .'?

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

Social & Personal. (Items "for this "column, clearly written on one side of the paper, - . wiU be published free of cost.) , /'Mr,"L, G. ^eacham, delegate of.-;t /Loyal Th om^^ left by Monda: .Cornall'-train Ho'^tittehd the annual jrieett Ï{ ÍRobktó isî,thls:vye^r:^ Vale j ',. January'-3ist. ' .'. = //. < ,-' ".. ::^> :C Miriam. Vale ' . the:. Secretary:.' of ' the - : Loyal, 'Tlm.mpsi Lodge", M,U;I.O.O.F. ; advises that Mess . Beck and Parker'', were elected Pro. G.I and Pro. :. D'.G.M... respectively, . Wi -Fishe -Director of " ÔrdÇjiv'/. whiistr-::.::i¡té.ssrs.. J.. "V .Nuttall, .iL .Beck;':Pi- E.- ;Edwárds"¿.nd Ge Meachaih rwVrej ejected'^^as Deputies to . tl Annual " Movabie:'ç will ? 1 held ,in "oh Eist« Monday nest,-.;; ??? i; ' ' '. ;'..""" '" ' ':-Àt-/t-he^ùëehsÎaii4;*"and. Northern Toi riïory;'. :AeHaV^ Se^'içes'. ^Longreach aere drome on Wednesday aîtérno.on last ; / tp^ place, " who Mr;,-'Ä;;^ belia! ci ; ihë tengineering . staff", presented".' Mr. ...

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

Commercial. . - - ? ? -- .»? V, ! ENOGGERA PAT STOCK MARKET; ? The Australian Estates report : Sheep, ". 6Ô00. . ; Market'% easier. . Best 'wether . mut-. - ton 4Jd to Cd. ; best ewe mutton! 4d to 4id. Cattle," 1500. Toó many ' for requirements; . Best bullock beef-18/- to 20/-- ;. best-cow beef, ;12/- to 16/- per lOOlhs. The" Ausii traliah Estates sold bullocks to £6/17/6. ? The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile ' Agency Coy, Ltd,"Longreach, report having - received the following wire from their Sydney office :-"To-day's sale showed '. .strong competition, particularly on Japan-! ? ese account. Prices are now at best point, of season and as compared with sales, at beginning of . the month super wools? are",': selling in growers' favour, medium to good: . wools 5 per cent higher, crossbreds un?. changed. Sold Ellerslie comeback to. 33d-.« being season's record for .comeback wpol.''. -, '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Prickly Pear. N.S.W. EFFORT TO COMBAT. GOVERNMENT TAKING ACTION. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

.. . . ' . * . _î o : . . . - " '"KT.S.W. EFFORT. TO COMBAT; ; '' GOVERNMENT TAKING. ACTION. v . SYDNEY; Thursday. . . The. growing . menace of . the. prickly,: pear T --pest is causing grave concern to the Gov ?'" ernment, who intends ; to introduce a bill to provide for the protection : .-of non-in ., jésied fireäs and, to_ assist, owners of in . fëstëd properties. ' ' Six million acres in New South Wales are already covered with pear, . which' is spreading"at the rate of half a million-acres . yearly. - . .

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 Australian Mercantile, LandTandvFinance Co.', Ltd»" * " S 5 1 - Incorporated 18G3. - » * . - - . "I i v LONDON MELBOURNE SYDNEY - BEISBANE " - - " I j \ 'The Cowpany;makes.'aaY£uiees Qu.Pastoralproperties, ana on ensuing-Chp- of wboV ' ' I g " BRISBANE: -, "J ! v Offices: 129-.-I37 Creek Street;-Brisbane. . - - V *" .- I f i "Wool Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. ? ''**. . - | j . ;. 'Skin Stores; Charlotte Street, .Brisbane; ? " - - | I . - BOARD OF ADVICE: ' / I I The Hon. A. H. Whittingham, M.L.C. . - "* - I' W. P. Devereux, Manager . - ... ., v: . - | Î- T.. C. Fowler, .Secretary - . - . / .- | - ,.. WOOL APPRAISEMENTS and FAT STOCK, HIDE AND SKIN SALES J - , - . HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. - I - STOCK &-y STATION AGENTS. - . ï V . ...... - . Harrup Bros. . .. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL MA X UP AC TUREBS. WISH, to ; notify the Retail Traders and ' Hotelkeepers of Longreach and -District, - that ;they can; supply Cordials and Special lines Lof Aerated Waters'of ~the very b...

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

.Observed .Iii Time. ^ .. - On Wednesday last; portion-pf the* wood- work of: the awning over--the ; footpath- at Mr. W. /: Tanks'-<. Eagle-street - business . ; premises by some -unknown, means -became " "".'alight. Fortunately 'the-' fire- wasv observed by ,the_?: bookkeeper)and ; before it had as-^ sumed serious proportions.was extinguished by a bucket of water. " . . ? .-: ; " \ 11 m II - I'I w i ii mi II wu II ri-n.kn'n 73 ~ T- r ~"-?"???"»''?"»'»,«

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Q. and N. T. Aerial Services New Plane. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Tlie Q. and N. T. Aerial Services New Plane, - -Word lias /-been received f f röm/Albany from Captain Wiggleswortbv thaP the -Steam- ;-? ship Cqóee hád,arrivedwith tne;m?\y Vick- ; ers eight-seater -aeroplane - pn ,board. The plane will~-.be; assembled- .at Point .. Cook ' (Melbourne) "and/will- bo -flown from Mël ^ bourne ..to Longreach by Captain Wiggles ? worth. ?.-'"*"?.;':.';

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fatal Aeroplane Accident. AIRWAYS LTD. PLANE CRASHES. CAPTAIN HARPER KILLED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

Fatal'Aeroplane Accident. AIRWAYS LTD. .PLANE CRASHES. CAPTAIN HARPER KILLED. ' , , MELBOURNE, Thursday. : A fatal' aeroplane .accident ^occurred, near Point' Headland (West- .Australia) v last night. * - . J . .T^When arriving '.at. Point Headland : an ; aeroplane of the Airways "Ltd;/used on the -. .'North-west mail route failed to clear. a fence and crashed to the ground.' .> Captain Harper, of the civil aviation : > service,. who was ?. a passenger, died shortly after the accident as a result* of severe .in- . juries which he received. The pilot: and twp v = other -passengers.were.- uninjured..v--^v? -

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alleged Big Forgery. A NEW ZEALAND CASE. £11,739 INVOLVED. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

A NEW ZEALAND * CASE. ,\" w ' , '5 ' f 11Î73»" INVOLVED. - r >' ' " \" WELLINGTON , (N.Z.), Thursday. . " Three young men-W. H. Mackin, W. Ii. : Maekin and Percy Dowling--have . been . committed ¿for trial on a' charge^ of forging and I uttering Government cheques. ' ' - - ' The; amount involved is alleged to> be ;.';;.ili>7.39j ^obtained by.cheques-Of-about £700 ' .each , drawn on discharged- soldiers'---settle ment» ^ t - r ^

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Rockhampton By-Election. CHARLTON'S CAMPAIGN OPENED. A ROWDY MEETING. ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

The Rockhampton By - Election. ?-:o:-1 . - OBLARI/TON'S CAMPAIGN OPENED., :' -. , A ROWDY MEETING. ' , ' - ROCKHAMPTON, Thursday/' - ^.^ri^Wí/pharltpñ, th© United Party . can- ' . didateVfor the Rockhampton seat» in the1- ! ;;By-çlèction-, opened his campaign' to-night, ^assiiftedvby Messrs. Taylor; Elphinstone »ajttd^Slzer.. The meeting was ono of'tho '?^wd^estveyer. held; here. All the speakers Ijvriere subjected tb continuous interruption. .' -The ^ police removed several iriterjectors. :

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

Môkir^aïuj Cycling Notés. t i -: o : The success ot. the" -"Citroen" team o -four cars in negotiating the 2000 mile .journey across the .dreaded Sahara Deser draws attention to the suitability of th "creeper track" drive. These .cars wèr fitted with a rubber and canvas form o »creeper drive in place of the heavy meta -type associated with war tanks, and, th fact that cars fitted wTth only 10 h.p. eng -ines succeeded in getting across "the hun vdreds of miles of deep sand which abound; . in the Sahara, will draw rhbre attention ti ; the possibilities of this - fbrm of . drive f o: motor ti-ansport accross heavy soft surfacec '.country. * In certainMparts of Australia it is poss . ible for creeper, tracks to replace carnell -and big teams of -bullocks, for one real at traction of creeper track vehicles is tha . roads _are urineccessary/ Indeed, a path way is actually beaten out and improved on every occasion that a creeper "track veh' -ide passes over, and soon «the surface .ii bedded...

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

I This monthes-prto [^^^^^^^^^^^^^3 .| I ^ry|K?t\Titer Supplie» Cn.. 'MV.i Queen St.. ftriVb. j 0OÓCÍ jYews jfor DUNLOPS" REDUCED In making the above announcement, we regret that it is not possible to furnish our clientele with printed lists, but these will be in the motorists hands by the 2nd February. So that the benefit may be reaped at once, thé prices given below become operative on and from Monday, 22nd January. This means greater value, for Will still maintain their high stan^ärd of quality, thereby ensuring.cheaper motoring to users óf these dependable, long service tyres. THE NEW PRICES« MILLIMETRE SIZES._AMERICAN SIZES. "X Sizes in Millimetres. 660 X 05 3 5 6 16/- (816x105 8 2 3 21/3 |S * |4 Z 2 O ........... }6,» ;>**¡V 700x66 3 5 9 »ß/6 , > S45 x 120 8 15 O 26/3 (30 x 3« , 6 7 8 If/3 -,| 7MKSS I ÏO - te/6 ( 876x106 8 13 3 22/6 . J.« , X * X J % ' Z ító" ' T-ï" V£ < 700X85 4 36 »6/6, 1 806 x 120 IO 8 3 27/- f f § * 4*X 7 6 O 7 16 6 |»» .. .'. 1/ 1 710 X 9...

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

NeSvs Ëpïtôiiïk -:-~ : o : DAY BY DAY The death of Wallace Reid (Whose photo appears on our front page) died at 'Los Angeles last week. A mysterious case is baffling the Mel- bourne doctors. Anthrax at .first suspect- ed, but all tests liave proved negative, arid what thp man is Really suffering from can- not be determined. The Downs have been fayüorably wel- come storms, the Pittsworth district being specially favoured, ' > . The Wondai Chamber of Commerce . claims that it is responsible for about -6000 acres of cotton being planted within a 15 mile radiaus of the town. The vacancy in the Land Court, causèd by the retirement of :Mr. P. .Heehey. Jhins ~ . been,, filled by the appointment V-oi jj Mr. Ai-t'hur Deani' Police Magistrate, j. Brisbane. Mr. Heeney takes six-months'"leave of ab- sence before retiring from the Land Court Bench. A motor car containing 14 passengers and a driverran over.a bank' 20 ft.Udèep while attempting to pass a second car on a new deviation leading, to...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AERIAL. SOME SIDELIGHTS ON THE Q. and N. T. AERIAL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

_____ . rt ; _____ SOME SIDELIGHTS, ON THE Q. and N. T. AERIAL SERVICES. . * , W (By M. Griffin.)^ _ -. . It "has of ten!, been argued "that, because night flying is vnot yet practicable'in- Aus- tralia, the aeroplane can not compete ph .a- commercial basis with the railway,' arid while that "is-.irí the main 'correct; it 'must be bornes in mind t hat in this country, at tl\e present day¿fctxer« "is ;na i direct ^com- pétition between the two modes of transit. This is undoubtedly po ini-ïfié 'case "ot the West ; Australian Airways rLIrhited, -'-whose services operate from Çèraldten,. the South- ern terminus tp.¿Derby on the .NorinV^est Coast". Here, of'"" course are. no ^railways, ancTHhe Aerial Service whicly has been run- ning so efficiently for'.'theist twelve months has proved a:.boon and. aVbfessing?"to»~the inhabitants of all the coastal towns along the route served.... The case is equally ap- plicable to..-*he route paw served by the Q.;, and N. T. Aöri^lf-; ServlcesV^-Limite...

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

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 Ú least 10° j a ( proprietary lines/ Many Lines Hàlf-Prtcè reduced to _---z This Bargain Book ~ ONE-OF THE SUÏT BARGAINS Murdoch's famous Made-to-Measure Suits for Men in £5 Australian Tweeds. Special Cat Price - - £4/2/9 Red Spat 4L*'t9lfjf/Q Bargain Price ¿CtJ/i^P/tJ Also smart Soft Felt Hats, newest shapes and cqiour tones. .Usually 21/ Red Spot Price - 1217 ÁLC SALE GOOPS POST FREE -Ask for. a Book of these High-grade Suiting Patterns at Bargain Prices, also Murdoch's Sale Catalogue-both Free. -}0 Write tai Desk f In Park. St, Ltd., Sydney, ^ The Worlds Largest Men's & Boys' U/eur 6/ore"~ We can quote you a low price, But, we dont do cheap work. - To retain the good reputation We have gained we must give you The "Best, ii...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES (From our own Correspondent). THE ROCKHAMPTON CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 February 1923

} BRISBANE NOVES ¡ (From our own Correspondent). I ---o : --- j THE ROCKHAMPTON CONFERENCE, I ~ The city took a very .keen interest in ! the Rockhampton Conference, , and since I. the return of the delegates, the Convention j and" its probable effect, on .the ' political ! has been freely discussed. That the Con I ference was a success-a bigger" success ! than ever was anticipated-as far as."it , situation and existing political parties . j went, is admitted on all sides. Generally j it. is likewise admitted, that Sir William i Glasgow, as president of the Convention I made a name for himself. Just what the j Conference has actually, accomplished it < is difficult to say until the feeling of the I constituencies is ascertained, and the back j ing the movement is to receive from the j rank and Ale of the electors is known. It I' can be said however that the leaders "of I the movement which has given birth to ' the new Queensland United Party, are ex I »tremely sanguine of ...

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

. A PiaCÍvLV PEAK COMMISSION. '* _ Í.Very poon thc Government intends ti» . appoint a Prickly Pear Commission, o« "tcnsibly to gather information about tlie. spread of prickly pear, but really it bas a much, deeper meaning than that. No Îdoubt,, tlie Commission will gather va,lu s able information, but the fact that it is I to lake evidence, to hear suggestions from It-be farmers, and to get into touch, with t,ho individual opinions of the man oh tho land will not lia ve. any damaging effect on Piou cup saj[Hi ii uoLi.sv A).tR<i .mo(|«--| »ni next October. Before the election the recommendations of the Commission \y-ill be ready and doubtless those will afford Iuseful material for emphasizing the view . that Labour, is.the friend of the funner. Mr. Coynes-it "is whimpered that -he Is to' be the next member of the Land'Coard says there are 27,000,000 acres of infested !" .". land in Queensland" but that lhere ls ho need' for.pa^nic. -The appointment of the n?w Commission-r...

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

CASSOWART-STREET v. WREN-STREET This match was played on the school grounds wicket on Sunday afternoon last and resulted in a win for Cassowary-street toy 8 "wickets and 2 runs. Détails are as follow :- ' v WREN-STREET.-First Innings. S. Cook, b Bunn.s.. . . 0 B. Hall, to Meares ,. 0 G. Sanfways, c Meares, to" Bunn .... 10 C. Ford,' st. Walsh, to Meares ........ 1 V. Lawson, c Meyer, to Meares ..... . 0 W. Lawson, st. Walsh, b Bunn ...... 2 A. Volling) c Turton, to Meares. 0 D. Dwyer, c Gavin, to Ireland ... fl S. Saunders,: to Meyer . ß ¡f¡V. Hayward, not out . 0 J. Wyland, b Meyer . ,~Tr . . .. 0 Sundries ................ ^s4 Total.40 Bowling.-H. Meares two. for 15, P. Bunn--threeof or 19, R. Ireland one for- 2, JP. Meyer,two for Ö. CASSOWARY-STREET.-First Innings. M. Meyer, h.o.w., b Volling. 1 R. Turton, b Volling. ^-10 H. Meares, l.b.w., b Volling .... :.' 0 P. Bunn, c Dwyer, 1) Hall . . ... ll F. Meyer, to W. Lawson . 22 W. Bailey, c^W. Lawson, b Volling. 0 R. Ireland, to Hull...

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

A.W.U. Notes           (By "J.M.D.").     During the week the A.W.U. Convention     sitting in Sydney decided that Arbitration remain the policy of the Union. The Longreach branch of the A.L.P.,   which has reverted, to the control of the   A.W.U., has decided that the closing date of the Mitchell Plebiscite is to be 24th       March. The candidates are Mr. John   Payne, M.L.A., and Mr. H. Sackcloth. Notification in accordance with rules will be made through the Worker and Stan- dard newspapers, giving particulars as to the ballot, polling places, etc.     On Sunday night, Mr. E. V. Stevens, of the Workers' Educational Association, de-     livered an interesting address on "The     Psychology of Dreams." Mr. Stephe...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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