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A Good Flow. NEW CHARLEVILLE BORE. MILLION GALLONS DAILY. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

%" ' « NEW CHARLEVILLE BORK. ' " X MILLION GALLONS DAILY; ' ~> ¿ * BRISBANE, Thursday. ' ' Aí ^"beihg;;6bt"ained rfrom/¡tjie. new town .bore í; '* :V/#V-^ct-.flows:. çrevjoüsly tapped ' arid estimated ;¿V£?iK&$&}Íé§^^^ another¡1/ million i gallons íÉr i. * ¿ ii-*?S^Jy*' ;í'Tlie* pi-essür'e .is 6íHt>¡?f ; arid it1' is . ?;§j£^^#h^it: 'he . country - is. nearly/^01^ Í feet

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
International Cricket SOUTH AFRICA [?].ENGLAND. THE FOURTH TEST MATCH. JOHANNESBURG, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

. r- THE FOURTH TEST MATCH.1, '?"?..?fíí^S'f^ "\ ' $26-runs to ¿et to win South Afric^ at call ¿í$!i^$:dffi f- (Taylor i01).

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE NEAR EAST. "ALL IS QUIET." ALLIED ATTITUDE PRODUCES GOOD EFFECT. PARIS, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

THE NEAR EAST. , fa GOOD ', > ;... EFFECT." .' ?/ ? \ i#l - ^ y :;\ S'f* :' y PARIS, February 13. / Despite the- Allied .refusal' ¡to comply/ with the Turkish ; ultimatum,- that f ; their! vförships'?' leave;;-Smyrna "alp is^qhiét/théríe,;í ; 'rÔP^o^ïis-'that--the .energetic Allied attitude <: /hasi jÄÖduced dhv:effeott upon the Turks/ r //./-/ '< ..;. x . /LONDON, Wednesday. < . Mr. .Bóhar Law in'.. the House of Com-'A rhons^ said he still y had/ great;^höp^si^haf>. the Turks » would; sigh the treaty. "We?do>. -not want, war''; ! said the "Premier, "but/if ¿ war i's irrevocable it will have to take p.láce./¿, ;It ls;; possible/that the Turks. Até Counting ? -jupon" our Avar weaririess''. ?.?--/ : :.:~}At:

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Meat Market. ARGENTINE MEATWORKS BUSY. QUEENSLAND'S POSITION UNENV[?]. ABLE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

i^^ß%^!AVENTINE'^MEATWÓRlíS-BUS^^^ ' BRISBANE,.;Thlirsdäy.;: ^^B^'.V Î .' . /La t es ti : n e.v/s received regarding'the posl-v ^^?//./.^ HÄM .{ >;.. . . sfyow^ is suff ering ;the' ^^W?r~/v 'rí¿afíect8:^óí.'^^ugh^' /and : in .conséquence1 of ¡¿ ^^m. // ;^:y liich//ltö of /cattle are/Tjein^ / ; // rushed i'ít'ó,^ '.' Ua^ B :/ Vfn&ntáVp*^ r &9^^ to * be/ ' |SM|Í£ y stbred/in vEngland;/aiid/kiter/;i;bbme" vhto/v M^A/coñinetitioa/vw ?EMpp¿'^ij :V àii;/txi^^viàWë U

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cotton. A VISITOR'S OPINION. QUEENSLAND'S COMPETITORS. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

l'''*a';l't''. -r' A" VISITOR'S OPINION. : - ?14 ' Vs-.i ., " QUEENSLAND'S COMPETITORS^ - ? " ** 'V-JBRISBANE, Thursday. ., t^^-c'piai^âaôn' manager,: in ] addressing". . the IvTX^'^ BJrisbáne Chamber bf Commerce said that ï# his. .opinion the only countries .in "th^í Jf&?*2'¿ Queensland Jin cotton; growing AVëre -> the :?. *: ^fe--Âîgèhtihè .and Brázil. They lind sufficient : M^l^ffî^ïà)tô$ô',supply.:thev w>r4d/V&nd .a good vt^i$cu^ for^eottori growing, - but. i, * ^'labour,;, capital, and energy" were lacking.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

Accidents. , t . Yesterday :. afternoon Robert! Younger, -a :'' Ylcarrterip;whilBt'":<a8ais^iner:-'to move a bale in' v; ^ ^'Cra\h^fitr^et^'had''the': misfortune to receive.': ^ /injuries from a bala hook. It appears that ,;. his - hiate, working on the opposite side in ¿"eñ.deayoüring to get a grip came In con-^v? ; tàctrW'ith Younger's hand, with the result ; .~; ^that:': Younger suffered a contused wound ;i; ;.of the> leftr hand. During tho week an ; è engine . driver named Jack Lindsay called''l.-irh' . atv-the 'Ambulance Brigade and receivedV ? ",' : first 'aid' for an injury to tho forefinger of VthiB- right hand. . tit appears that Lindsay ? :.f,\\ ::.was} attending, to a traction engine when / . by somo'means the pump caught his finger '-'ip}: -and cut - the point off. The Ambulance . .<y' Brigade; also-had. a long journey on. ;';:; .; >Thursday jto Lillian Fells (80 miles) where' '. upon arrival'they ^found that Alfred Qirt-^'- j;! 1er " had. bád...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Longreach Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

longreach Shire OouncIL <_ -v t -ZThe February meeting-the-aboye ,Çouh-%v":.A; ''eil; which -.was -toxh^e been: held; day last had to be postponed owing tO;the>\'V.-; ; fact that on that day only three : councillors ;v ; were available, the1'others being out ' of .-./.;. town". The Deputy'- Chairman (Cr. F. J. '.,-..".. Whittyj and Crs. Durkin and Shillingtoh . attended and signed, the attendance book,,.' ¿ arid it- was then 'decided to postpone the, - meeting until the folowing Monday-Febru- . Í arv 26th. ' '' """/."' . '' 'X:':':.\'yyiä&

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest By Wire. Our Special Service. The Bruce[?]Page Ministy MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

: o : ' 'ß^;^ti^^^riator Crawford ^ (Queensland) , has-been T^^^f-^oaQxito fill thé" eleventh pör^foliä^in" the - ;^.l;^;^'ôëed.vori; a vigorous ; building, programme s&.\ ? ^.-^^/^nherra.;; It is" alsö 'statedf.;^ ; "^"¿x^v^11 -he," taken Vfbr' thê '., present -to .alter. the :

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Good Longreach Property and Hotel Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

Good Longreach Propcr't&v.and Hotel Sales.;/ ;I';Í*JB Messrs .Hempenstall-Bros?, Lid.,' were ir£.: - f'"H ^Longreach last^;Sátur dby*>:Cqndu^ auction sale bf :Mrs- '.McCabe's.:' :rfreehold A, properties,/and ¿tile ; function;^ J>ig audience. - .. Good - bidding './ resùitëäfy*$L( though, ;iri^tlie flrst ihstahc "ties Svere] knocked, down dors approval:- The: business block, in Eagle; ^rY: ^1 -Streét;/belt^eén^ ,Tbmi!s -bfà^ cottágeáfe.£¿<- i ? property af. Swan < and Wren Streets -to v£4.5 0j?¿; . |^ r J ? T -artd : ¿he ? Easpíé ; Street cottáge-r:£ 4'2 ß.,* "" Tjïe'!-^u/ : .'JH auctjlbneers wereA¿;a^ sales fwor'ëilatèr:;c ? ~: i ';th;e'se¿'rojféfs;Y :jm Hej¡npé¿istaíl ;B^ ? Garitón ÍHotel ^ fl Russell, a-vwelMcttow/^wner-':: .fromo^-ttyev.^*-^' . ^ coast, - arid . Ule . biiyer; ' we . areV infornied; ' - .' ^flM take's over on the 4th3Iárch next. A fur- . J^HB| "flier sale "was concluded-at Barcaldine, of-.; Aflflfl jthe Exchange HbteV to" Mr. W....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

' WEATHER FORECAST. ?;.* TheV:îoJlp^ng^ore^ wm--, morning^ ? ensuing 24 ;-hpurs. , , v '¡2¿t<¿£:?3;T¿.-''Ó /} . Thunderstorms in .Peninsula,,Downs, 'aha ? \ Northern. Carpentaria, otherwise '.fine,:.but .spox'ädic";: triúriderstornis prbbabie, ,;.;/cJhHenK^ ; between Carpentaria mid-sputherh . border :. : ând/'sùo.trophieà , orally, but -'soon : .copiers in south-east -di- - i: visions/;" Winds chiefly./easterly -to north- / ,^east, but.; southerly change to-night from :. tropic/,probably- .beccrniin^squaliy. .'.-'>c..

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Dr[?]nkenness. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

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Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Ju[?] Creek Resumption. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

~~ . ThS JûÏJii' CwfeJc Jftesumi>tloïi. . ; nhovëVres^ - cants, and the^successful>applicarit wag Mr.. :. v T. -S^j Stevenson, of Smithes" Lagoon,- near v MíííA.:: È. Hüasdh, hóteíkeeper,^Urandangie;; j 'Was the sùçcéssfuli'ap'pltcant fór portion 4. .

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Case of Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

:/ .'Â .Case ol Stealing?. At the Police 'Gburt on Thursday morn- - ^ vl mg before ""Messrs G. L Bertho and. John - ^ A J Martin JJ.P., George, Charles Sevein Booth <~ i>| pleaded guilty to a'charge "that on~ theV , 11- 1 12th day of Febiuary, 1923, at Tocal Sta-" _ I tion/ he stole one pair of brassplated fr y~ \ hames and"-three trace chains valued -at I 30/-, the pibperty of W. H." Greenwood". Sub-inspector Farrell appeared for^ the '"j prosecution. Accusedvwas fined £5, in de- / fault one month's "imprisonment i'" whilst ^ / an- order was niade by. the Behch foi^,th©( -i^ - rqstitution of the property to the owner, ^ í Mr. Greenwood. ' Z^" rf

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

MAHONEY & PATTISON HAIRDRESSERS, TOBACCONISTS,- ETC. (JACK PATTISON, Reg. C.Q.R.A.) IMPEBJÄL HOTEL BUILDINGS, LONGREACH. * Commissions Execu'ted. on all Events " :.,-Local and, Southern. Golden Casket-^Hobart every Mail. For AU LATE SPORTING INFORMATION Phone ? . - Mahoney. & Pattison 78 /(Shop). Alan Mahoney 277 (Residence). , Jack Pattison, 203 (Residence). -P. O. BOX 9, LONGREACH. M. : ' ". I s 57-59 SymrtÂiïmïï. > "f-.. . i CORNER'G^feGt'ft ^'^^^^' ! *<s j; , KING ff?$^iîitx./y^^^^^ ; 1 FC! it RESTRUNGTHpóúcHoü^^^^;^^^^^) ; s y i~y <H:^ I '''.Viv.:/' '-'.LAM B GUT - n^<^¿^&'í&y ' ,' I ? ' * \^J$MT>^ REPA!RS ' I ^.-.¡::;:'uíí^wwÇ^'l^r'91 STRING "" '¡A /-^í|?tV'"*vt^^^^^'5^*Sik:I*¿$T^;,£*Í-'Z1: il"-.-'-; /W'-^v^lj ?> PADDY KING, TATTERSALL^ HOTEL, BLACKALL, Phones 169, 77< and 21, AVIslieS to Notify the Snorting: Publie-of. Longreach that ho lins amened a ' rSHECIATi BOOK on :the . FOY CUP. avives...

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 — 16 February 1923

LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. WEEKLY MEETING. The usual weekly meeting of the execu- tive pf the above association was held in i Coi'y tand Cp.'s office on Monday night last, when Mr.' S. S. Clarke presided, an'dvthere were ¿ also present - '.-Messrs. F. Cory, J. Dowling, N". Moffat, H. B.-'Menzies, :>jR. F. Creaghe, A. M.. Savage, J. Jennings, E. Gebbie, Ii. Roseman, W. Ferris, and. the secretary (Mr. E. H. Glasson). . A letter was rea d' from Mr. Hartigan, in , which! the writer states that he was pleased that í everything had been satisfactorily . settled in'; connection with the "tour. "With , regard to, the £200 guarantee,' Mr. Hartigan ' stated that he regretted that he ; could not * S nieet'1 the request tb make the tour for a guarantee bf £150, and was perforce com- pelled to hól4 out forthe£200,'owing'to the ¿act, that several members of the team were- receiving,;flill -expenses being unable : otherwise tb máke.tlje^tríp.-The secrètary reported- ,hà\*Ih'^''feiç'eivéd':quotation...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Insufficient Postage. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

N Iiisufííeieiit Postage. Í' InsülHcient postage on overseas niall .matter is so frequent that we are requested to call our readers' attention to the fact that failure to' affix7 correct postage not only causes needless expense and annoy- ance to the addressee, lout a loss of revenue' to thé Commonwealth. .Mail matter for I. America insufficiently stamped is lavgfe, ! Hnifl we;would point out that the letter rate I foi* all countries outside, of the British Em I pire is 4d for- the first ounce, and 2d for 1 . each additional once..

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOOL. CONTINENTAL WOOL INQUIRY. VALUES GENERALLY FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

\ ' woùC j COXTIXEXTAÈ WOOL IXQülRY. j /VALUES ^GENERALLY FI RAI. - I .Messrs WInchcombe Carsoty Ltd., re- . !. port :.ir-r , . .-' » _ .-"' ? Experiences "at recent Sydney sales.^r.e- . fleet-the disturbed condition r'uling"WEur-' . I ope. Wools usually in-demahd -<m French ac-; . I count have suffered . through' . decreased j competition. Eut 'merinos' and crossbred p offerings evidencing the drought in thetis . j lack, of . body, and shortness ot .staple,",and > j- carrying burr, have been most affected. ~ r., The mills in1 France are particularlytadapt- .' j ' ed for the handling, of' these linjis. ' Yoi'k- * j shire has not the special facilities'necess- ' j a-ry to treat them. economically. Until the j political outlook improves and the French j Franc advances, in value, demand, for I them is hot lilcély to brighten. V The continued general" strength of the .' I inquiry, however, stands as . a forcible il-. ilustratio'n of thé sound position which wool ." occupie...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAINFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

RAINFALLS. j 'v.^\Tho.;,foïlo\vingr rainfalls imported by tho' ."! Weather" Bureau for the-48 ; hours ended !" j 9 a.m. on Monday :-Longreach -Lliin., j ,St. ' Lawrence 0.24in., Winton l.ioih.:;- - . ! The thunderstorm which, accompanied ? j . by vivid lightning, passed -over T.ongV*ach' "'"-j on Sunday night resulted in a registration' j - of l.l'lin; at the local Post Olïlce. In'án I easterly , direction the fall extended, as far j as Blackall,; whilst many places near by j also benefited. Falls have been recorded ! as follows :-Cleeve. 90 points, Rió "90 J points, Camoola Park 1.38in. ' I CHARLEVILLE,r Wedhesdany.-Big: raina j have fallen on the Langlo River watershed. | Mt. Morris and Bullecourt have registered' ,L | ?Sin.-.. The Langlo. River is running. " |

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SWIMMING, VISITING SWIMMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

SWIMMING, j , VISITING SWDOfERS. - 1 )-.' ". The..'"iisual '.'meeting; ..of the Longreach *:' j j Amateur Swimming Club was held on-./ . Tuesday evening .. last with Mr. Hurst in .-i : j the chair.-,. A letter from" the Q.A.S.A. with regard - to the Northern tour of 1;the Bris-: ? bane swimmers was deult .with. It is ex--"i] pected that "the visiting teams .will consist .:.. of J. Gillen, T. Boast, S. Negus, W. Burn- ..-.."' - up, who have all covex-ed the 100 yards this season inside:the minute, and .S. Spring- " , . Held, the distance champion, - The ladies team, so- far as is known will, be, Misses -, M. Springfield^ M. Grant, Iancj| M. King, and "in. lils letter, Mr. Kuder stated that both the teams wished to .swim at Longreach .oh: *>| the_ 28th March. As the Club's finances. ? are"at a very low ebb. much ^discussion re.-.j -.suited before it was definitely: decided to 1 entertain the visitors. Committees -we*-''. j then foi'med to' canvass the town for sup- j port and to dr...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEK-END CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 February 1923

, -. Tlie^following/ will' represent the BluesY/" yon}, Suriday^in/their niatchZágalrist the Haz- Z ! èldeah Club !: ' -S. 'S. Clarice/ F; R¿;Cbry, Z : WV J; McMaster, B. C. Wiisbh; ,'K. Hamlin,; ' tori, H. A. D. Meares, R/ b. MiUbrV/H/n /Smith,' Hr. Browri, S. {Bennett;E/Hhhiilton.: / /Twëfith mari, ' J. Michóa7w'Thirteenth manv . W. Li. Boyd. //-/.//; 0 '."", /.'','.' 3;,/., :.:i The - Hazeldean, tea^Lwill, bë- as follows ï' "H/'Gallwey, W. Boyd,fH/\Cohhor, A.' Jáck-> : son/P. Ryan, W. Ryan/ V. -Heard, J. Aitch . eson, A. .Gebbie, W./Ferrls,. R/ Hoseman. .. Emergencies r '.'A; Cull!more, C/ Boy U';: The following players will',represent Ed /wai'ds/Martiri1 team- against /the Shamrocks in their '. match .on Sunday/¿next f i-^-A.V M. '.' ? Savage, H. B. Menzies, S. Wood, :P.. Bimn, ; v Ii;'* Ghariibers, Ö. : Gavin; J. /Jerihiiigs, .-E.r ..Large,'4F: Däyldsön,/ A; : Beard, P. . Rogers/ F Emergencies : l6t :Mm;tori, : 2nd: Ï).: Gavin/ '?ÎBrd j. Eilis.: :' /?''//*//,/'? k v:;/:- .':...

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