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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

F. GORY â Éd. AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION", . COMMISSION, ami v, FORWARDING AGENTS. IIORSI3 SALES *V SPECIALITE. Splendid-Agistment-Paddocks close to Town LONGREACH. AGENTS FOR- % The New Zealand Fire^a«a".Marine .In« F!:vanec\Company.--C.>;Q.-.Pastoral Emitloy« ws" Association,.&c.s-&cv ' :i. - Marrup Bros. AERATED WATER and CORDIAL J MANUFACTURERS/ WISH to notify tho Retail Traders and Hotelkeepers of Longreach and District, that they can supply Cordials and Special lines of Aerated Waters of the very best quality. .Try the following. LEMON SQUASH. CHILLI PUNCH. RASPBERRY. SARSAPARILLA. And all other lines of Cordials. Nip Tonic Water, Dry Ginger Ale, Soda Water and Sarsa. You can procure from your Merchant or write direct. Be sure you get'HARRUP. ICE I ICE*. BUTCHER.----LONGREACH, BEGS TO NOTIFY that lie is now prepared*. to supply and deliver First-class ice +? Oin' ..any, Quantity nt', Current Rates. ; L. C. Limited. ge & Co., Stock and Station Agents...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Meat Trade. MEAT ADVISORX BOARD. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

^The Meat Trade. : MÉAT ADVÏSORX BOÀRD. . ' ; - -7: ' ; BRISBANE,<Thursday. " At .av..meeting of the Queensland Meat Advisory Board, held" yesterday; "much time:. was devoted'; to! considering the question of the highfrates' of -Overseas freight, and ft; iwas^decided: to telegraph the chairman of. ;t^e ^Australians pointing out .that as the season of normal activity is ap- proaching, without any promise of ;exton- . sive opérations in Queensland the meat/in- terests especially- appealed to him for.,rcori-; tinued, efforts to press foi' . substantial re- duction ; in the ;-freight on beef and beef.; products, so that Australian meat ,export--, ers might be in a posltion'td compete with .exporters from othei* countries. ?Excép-; ti oh- was taken by s'everal ; members - to ar , ticles . in the Press making ". disparaging comparisons betweenythe quality.of Queens- ' -lari'd' and South American, canned meats.. "Mr. McCauley of the Australian '. Meat Ex- . port Coy.,, supported...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

'::= CORRESPONDENCE. ?. ---. : o : -- Vr /ACCOMMODATION. (To the.Editor "Longreach Leader/*) Sir,-Just, a word in reply to "Bo-Peep", ! , who rio dbubt is as clover-a shepherd as the - :-, name .indicates/ - Assuming he is the in- dividual I feel certain he ls, with your per- mission I willraddress him as follows . : He piefáces his-remarks, by quoting a.para , ginph of my report to the "Worlier'Vre nc *»?». ? ccmrnodation. . - : : ' He does not state anywhefeAin .Iiis letter i- , that I am wrong though he would'try to infer by an assertion, .re a paragraph .1 wrote in the "Worker", some time ago that ?w; "'J-:_am. :.; . r. VBo-Peçp", who I presume, is paid to .Jinow the Worker's Aceommodatio n Act, . ' - .evidently'does not know lt. You are ig ??^ norant "Bo-peep" of an essential in ,the . one little act you evidently have to police and your knowledge of what the A.W.ü. asked for regarding accommodation is - ?probably as profound. . ? ? Regarding your assertion re a batch of . Mumm...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A £200,000 FIRE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

M J A £200,000 í^iRt. If??*"-''".- - ADELAIDE, Thursday 1'"' 'r-'ïsZ'.â'-j One of the biggest. *" fires in 'tlite history S/^:¿^Qf' Adelaide -occurred, early, this -morning; täM&tZwtien. half niblock -oïbuildings, including. f^íí , the huge ; ariilîproâperoûs motor ;establish k&^fc;%*mgni-':ot Duncan ,'ancí Fraser,- Ltd., áridpor ^tlon of, the buildings occupied by ..the Farm-.-. ^^.^^.©r^s/.ea-operatiye.;linlott iri Frahldift-street -\v ^^^..*'!i-í^ér'é'','totaíiy::aéstroyécl...' The' damage is V estiniated-'at over £200,000. " - ; : - \

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PEACE AND WAR. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

\ . l'ÎDAÇE AND WAR. . <íTo the Editor 'ILiOngreach Leader.") Slr.-I ^doubt whether "Peace Lover" really desires peace. ^ His very statements war with each otheiv" His ' first statement . -is 'dogmatic enough to gladden the heart of a Christian. "As long ns the world lasts .'and mau exists' war will be". Frightful ' philosph.y this, to a pacifist, at all events. Portunutely "Peace Lover" annihilates this tnidb idea in hi:' next statement wherein ; he "states, "War is a primal instinct that ' ; .'centuries will not wipe out as long as cus ' .. ,toms that have been-remain," stated as r " u Socialist and Pacilist would state lt. But customs can change, do change, we know, ariel change for the better. It is our duty . .. -to .liasteii the change when custom works, jil ''.ip'-humanity." The custom of nations pf : going but and clubbing or poisoning each other to death, because a few «cannot agree as to who -will exploit certain por i ." tip.nfi of the earth's surface, or sojou...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
France and Germany. PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

fl " _ X - PARIS, Wednesday.' ÍA general strike has -been proclaimed in y > ..:¿Dusseldorf; and- all establishmentsf .except. * - - '. cinemàs^and-dancing halls have been closed, s-Í:.1 Telegraphic, communication to Paris has. f .fcV/.fc.been cut. . ;The,. military have been rein *-- k, forced. j . - - }>?>/.? y-Belglans /have- occupied two -important Wv^O; names near) Dorste^i,' which;have been pro- ? .v ^~;;^xl.ucing; annually "two million tons of coal. r»>.:*r¿!.:¿jr The .Germans Minister for Railways has *v-.' ;V'- , t ordered all-- lighting, at railway .stations in Í- the occupied area, to be cut. off.v *? _ t AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. > .?v\ A*.niessagé from Dortmund states that-aj r^i- moetlhg at. Berlin between theARhine; and -?. rrAvestphalian --industria^ magnates and re - presentatlves of ^finance urged? that- an:?. atv . ? ¿ ivtempt should be -mXde to reach an agreeT- .. J- .-ment with regard to the occupation. "It- * is-understood that Herr- Stinnes concurred...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Jé^^íií^^ 's«.to choose îvomê:-[ \i^:^X::^Ai:: J#?I&Ä^ ..:-Hat- %^&àè^rSà^a^S^^^^^:^ " - »V 'v ' COLLARS7ÂNJD GEAR for plough work besft/ävtbwu^ - * |sf-: ' done by; Bëst^ôrÉ^^ l^-^ TO ; CHOOSE ' PR03Î. ï^ùg:; '^S'^M^û^ !||^p^:çiï i n bu r^'ß^ßfl^^^^^^^m^ ^".V^^j^Paií TO IMPORTED ANT) XESS THA^^ÀtjF ^Tai5^)Rf^^l^#|^p| [itt :¿p f¡lllllilli1» I I W - = If'ft fc^l|;:;?faîf« S«iUrntage of "Clever Mary"-the ' ..j -^^gplfe:-: .' 5 Kr-IIELV/^Ü^M^ '-/v..í^r^'í^g^'. f ' a ÎZ^-r - -^O'V- t^f^W^^ every kind of housework, by doing all the n ' 'Ç^f.-' .cleáiüng*thoroughly and easily. S / H^IS^Î-MA' : ;P^i^tyït;fôtwashing up,for pots and pans, »a '"'V^^fív^ ¡ la XX?! mXift<}K.oùàvrf>tki etc. - Ideal for .cleaning hands - M|- - ;. ?/"'.?;:¡ | |.-.: - "VW-i-^l ^r^r, L'I- . -rput a tin in the garage, .workshop or -;? gi. '«¿VT^Í'^M I 2 ^ ^V ^ dairy for the men folk, it will save many ai;- ~ j : \& ' The EriemU of Grease'*' ' I--;-' N!?.> ' . . £a ' I " . ^ . ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Aramac Notes. (From Our Own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

I Mr a mac Notes. --: o : (From Our Own Correspondent.) Sports Meeting.-What was absolutely one of the. niost enthusiastic meetings of the Aramac Athletic Club was held:,, at Cahill's Royal Hotel on Thursday last, i5th instant. There was an attendance, of 27 members, some of whom had. come . long distances, which speaks clearly * of the in- terest being taken in th.e sports to be held oh .Easter Monday. The election of offic- ers for the coming year took place. - Mr. li. N., K. Munro (Coorahbar). was elected patron and Mr. A.. B. Duke president. Messrs H. L. Macalister and J. Munïb were . ^elected to fill the positions of vice-presidents; ' and Mr. R. Kingston to .Tie" treasurer. The present secretary, Mr. A. E. Gibbs, was re- elected, while the positions " of 'committee- men, were conferred on Messrs. F. Kingston, F. Lemon, R. Cahill, A. Wyland, W. King stori, W. Hicks, J. J.enknis.. A vote of thanks to the outgoing committee . for their hard efforts, which made'last year's meeting...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

SPÉCIAL NOTICE. ??\ I (A. Wyland) take the opportunity of |ïir»visiniï having purchased ,'. Li. Brittain^ feStock aWl Station Agency, which from the Klst Februai'y will he carri ell on as under-^r !rf STOCK, ST!¿»ON and GENERAL COM-, <? -..I:? OTrtSS JOX . AGENT, ' '' ^ ' :> What is the most popular Piano in Australia There is only one answer; ' it is the Write for Catalogue. Sold on Easy Terms. East»Slreel ROCKHAMPTON [LOCAL SELLING AGEXT : I THEO. F.. BARKER, LONGREACH. 9 - DOW BUT KEPT ÜP SHEEP SHEARING MACHINERY and Duplicates are now on sale at considerably reduced prices. This step is made possible by lowered manufacturing costs. Remember:-Lister Machines,, Combs and Cutters, etc., maintain their unrivalled standard. The makers of Lister Shear-' ing Appliances never haye, and never will, depart from their determination to turn out products of the. highest possible grade. Lister goods are designed and constructed to give maximum reliable service. Long life, freedo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Latest By Wire. Our Special Service Abduction. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

ill v.; ; Abduction..... SYDNEY,'; Thursday. % -J oseph Angus Thompson,- a member , of... fi ?Kthe Legislative. Council of -West : ÁSiejtraíia, <5^who was yesterday^ charged/ with, having j?V?fabductedhis grandson, Slade! .Brockman, - ft^at*-Sydnéyyon_:January. 29th last,- was re ^^manded' for. one -week,., bail being allowed.' ? --.- Defendant's solicitor:. opposing. the remand . -; f'said it was "highly important to his client, rsr . % ';.3yhö was.; the head of.. a .highly respected; : $f££--.--'~-: family itv West > Australia," where he , had ËJ>- '-resided for-30 years;- that-.thMinaiteir .sj&áuld? v';;;be clearèd up. at once.His daughter ¡was :' :-thb wife:of AllanrDrake Brockman, at:whose-. i/ÎÂ;./^Pstanbe .the' defendant: was- arrested.;

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 — 23 February 1923

'.;..;My Lady's Toilet i;"- ; . -:-: o : :- In the elegant days of the ISth Century - ray indy's toilot was a lengthy affair. Thí¡ . was' chietiy due to the elaborate coiffure: then in vogue: But the beauties of thai ' ..period- were famous for their ..brilliant , complexions and graceful'figures, and thc following simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned;., some modern, may not come amiss to; my, lady of the 20th Century. . .r ¥^ . THE ETERNATi FEMININE. - - -Most women will suffer anything in order to improve their looks.. In order to koop lier ^ complexion in its pristine freshness, i. the £1.8 th Century "belle". subjected herself to a .most painful "skimming" process, whereby the old skin was peeled off with carbolic, leaving the new skin underneath exposed. Crude as the method was, 'the theory was excellent. Everyone of us has a clean new skin just below the soiled outer one, that is now visible. The modem application, of thi3 principle is to use Mercolised Wax. This is applied ju...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Local and General. The Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Local arid General. . . . ;_;_. . . n . -- --- ; . *J . -- 1 . ; / Thé Wu toi* Supply. ~ % ' The Longreach" bo,t*e water supply-;lia3 - been giving. the* officials of- the Longreach ;.*"*> Shire Council .«onsiderable. .worry áúritíg}/; past weëk', and i;o doubt the question will be matter Mon- - - May's meeting 'bf .the Shire Council.' During ' the, weoíc the gauge has shown very poor pressiirè." andwe learn "that .at some of-the ?two-storey buildings in ^Éngie-stiíéet, the : - .top fiooir has been without .,wafe~i\ Dimin- ished pressure has occurred before, and lt-, is to be hoped that, the present; trouble will -proyecto bo bub« tempbrary<:: However,. -.. citizens, will show thoughtfulness' . by^-us;?";" ' ; lng *böre water economically. untli the flbyi;.:.; ugaln assumes normal. *,:? ?- ,", :.....-/> .vy . Blind Coïiccrt. . .. ":-.:r-.\': / On Sunday night'last the LöngreachLTpwm y, Band, rendered va . programme pf ? music:, in Eagle-street, there being aYïargë' ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Arrilalah Amateur Race Club, j PROGRAMME. ' 8 - ,- : FJrst Race, to start tit 12.30 D.m. 2nd horse trophy,- value £5/5/-, pre 11. KOSABJSIJ STAKES. 4 furíongs. scntcd hy -Mr. C. M. C. Knight ; 3rd' . J ,1st' horse trophy, value £5/5/- ; horse trophy, value £3/3/-. For all. i presented by Mr. P. P. Doyle ; 2nd horses. - i horse trophy, value £2/-2/- ; 3rd horse Fjfth Race, to start at 3.45 p.m. if trophy, vallie £1/1/-. 'For untried 5. TOCAL "PLATE." 5 furlongs. 1st ?«I grausfed horses"""tíréd by members of horse trophy, value £5/5/- ; pre ! the Club. ' W.W.P.Age; s'ented hy_Mr. P. P. Doyle ; 2nd horse J Second Race, to start at 1.15 p.m. trophy, value £2/2/- ; 3rd horse trophy, (2. ''FLYING HANDICAP. .5 furlongs value £1/1/-. For grassfed horses used I 1st h'orse trophy, value £5/5/-,; pre- for ordinary stock work and approved of I Rented by Mr. C., <B. P. Pell ; 2nd horse; by the Stcftvards; Horses to be nomin 4 trophy, value £3/3/- > 3rd horse trophy^,' ' ate,d fiy o...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WAR ON THE MOSQUIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

¿Wax ls to be-^declared on lUe^mojsciujtQ' .vand -the. - conduct^f, the icampaiffn . is^lik^- ;t ly to be placed in. t^e hands of the Mëti o politan Joint He/mh Board. The flatter - has proved Its capacity to- do .things.iby the* .effective way. it has handled the. rat" ex.- : : termination ..? campaign;. though . it;. waSvun-- »,< : popular in its . initial stages. .. -The .. rnosV-. \i r quitos have been' exceptionally^ >.bad rithis ^ year, practically all over the- me£ropoíftani . - area. No joint action - has ;/'been:- 'í^al^en against them for some, years,-r-.with tihe<:xg$x$ . suit that- they. have increasçd iboth:-in nûm-v;;>< bera -and virulence. < " Some ; rlLocröbAat-h*»^ .i, orittes ." have -had the question of : elimina*^ ..î;4inff'-t-hft<pest;'un4eK.discu8sion;-v.bu^'lteSiB«nis%'-i ' t OÄ!)ts 'th e^ ; gen eral* ;opinïoh that;, .anything^ '??Jess - than "a -combmedvandr: uniform-:attack'7; ÑWould' Tíe useless.V...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Alleged Stealing of a Cheque. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

iv^r::;-- ;; --Tho adjourned,¡,case in, 'which :Alexa»cler ip¿&.. John JBulkelèy ; : Gavin ^^was.^:;ch(lr^â,,.>^vittí \'-\ " stealing a-cheque to thé. value.-of,^2^/15/ r the- property \of---P.'.-Kelly/, was"-resumed^in i vlv . 'tJie^Police- -Court.-/-on.Monday, "last: before. ."' V^atájór 'Aitken. P.M.' .There.'vwaârâ/ large jat tendance of ,tti'e ^public^présent, ?;'the" ca^e ?; Jiavi'ng created great, p^blic?Hnterest. v ''.:p:;:-r ;;ríEhe Police. Magistrate stated-h e./ha~d read '$.y/'£t£. -report .of th e¿ previous/-proceedings .ap-' .^#£^peä*ingi in theilö"cal:TPress;.-but.,that-repört *ä^jpm$?nöt;InAuiy^ivay-influence, hiní. vSThe pro ^>";.ySc§é<llñgs ;0,f -a . certain-- court?held ; at night ;/;¿;*k7in.-.;^ ^,¡r">v0uldvnot go -with-the case until Ke liad' ?^P^h^ :i»¿^?¿;é"^ . :'// ' '. ^0£¡£$iiie Ngû fcinspëot'ër >produ ced '-the/vdóeü-.; W^^iééëè^:^-}- ?:, :"/;'/; --? y.0z¿::. --/?'--, ^,*M^g:lield^ my keep feSá-^'aie.í bond/ päp^ ^>¿*eeper:...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

.Reputation. ^^^¿^^JT {Reputation jj ; i| ' ^¿L U' ^^ía: is tH'e result - ^*^&85i¡$¡^^P [knotbri from vîjx . x|| ^jpví§i|^^ ~ * end to end r\\ - ~:| til 1ÄÄ III Ipi^^ iiypi ||||^^^ known ;an<i?1s^t^^ lilli wfe^jjiS^ P ""f* ' ^^rfjj^ *" ,>y|^ A^7*ee/" on-inspecting'our stocks, that weVhave " "'je* | p.O-¿t"E j FIRST AID FOR THE THIRSTY. j S - » ~- "ooooo-ooooo- - j* l^B \\ If we were àsked what was the best way to satisfy I '~^H ! à 20 H.p. Thirst these /humid-Suramer days we'd | I suggest a visit to the / ' ^g^gj^^^^m Í Here you wjl^^^^^^^^^^^^l HBff!^ '-i ?» '«Vj ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-;r^- ^^^^^^ lülíW' ïÉlliïK^

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

'<4f»'«a»t>«B»i> -I* I Increase the Value of your Property. -with S.W.P.-guar anteed under thc "Cover- ; the Earth" ttade-mark; SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINI? is durable, elastic and unvarying in"colour.,^ Easy under the ^brtish, it covens w_ell::jind Ogives lasting satisfaction. ' ' \ ' ^ . ' Specify Sherwin -^jWil liams Paint " (Prejâfèd) always. ~ \l, * . » Local vigentsf Edwards, Making, Lfmiteä. " _ i EBT7A11DS. MARTIN, LTD. TELEPHONE No. 5r, ROSSBERG'S CORDIAL FACTORY AND: ice and Cold Storage Works, QALAH STREET» LONGREACH. Mast-^rt.-tpí^ate^ ~./¿l^^^-NEATi E-VRGALDINE.; " ':ï'£>:^y' :-:;Aj;<)'0¿S^ 'SHEEPSH|;A^fr^G ^ÍpftMS on application. ... - ,; \^oJj?àclf«;fîùinîliea-at'cWt Prlccr ' ' F^^adaíonal^artionlara apply 'to ~. Propnctary Ltd, ' - - ' ^^iundeXNevv ? Management ; This Hotel «[as been thoroughly'ronovatecl . : an il-" i's" iiiow MO most up-to-date/Hostelry ' in-. Centrai QWjbcn.sland for tlîe-v^:^Voçlil]ti|{ Man. -NeodleHrmto say, oñly the;l....

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[?]ougreach Leader FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1923. A PECULIAR STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

.'ÉRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28,; 1923; . VA- PECULIAR STATEMENT; >Örf -^ytonclky last during the , hea^ pf a ?." jÇasë(,kt .the -local -Police" CpuEt (sbh-ihsitector *§*ai:r"eí-:.mad¿» a. - ?statehVentJ-J^^cèrriirigCthe' 'É>i'ëssV ./The :-t^^»^^ty'^^^hujv'éiérx^ to >; was fila*--:"'' ïn"; which ', {^b-inspector *'-; Farrel said 'that Mr. "Peterson liad .his^j; own-'Press .reporter present/ that Mr," Peter-" -. gprf was indulging In . camouflage -as the whole -' of - the _ci'bs's:exami.hatio.n was bo- . '" .lng. taken .'ab^-r^uest'i'p'n'.'...-and.' ' answer. ; Again,. later in the .proceedings, when Mr. - Peterson .stated;. "I>',c'aniíbjt;: put:-'.ihe Press in >'th'or--bQXi. ;thé* ' Sub-lhëpë'ctor. states I have .'bought -the. Pruess.'* Mr. .Farrel rose ex- V': citeclly aridI stated "Yes, and' I repeat it.". 1 Aa the . hiatter^'is sub > jil dice we aré coin-;' pèlled to withhold comment; until . the pro- ¡; ceeclings ,are'terminated. - . . :

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

»HOTEOHÖIiOGIOÄIj REPORT. The \fÖlibwihg'...a^ trationsi made "àt: the7 local Post Office. for the respective: 24 hours-'bri the .dates'men-.-. tioned.: -'-'"à,,--.' ' r. Date. : --JC Rainfall Max. Min ' February 16 .,-0 101 .? .71'.-' \ 17 ' .. 0 ; 101.S... 77.6 ?* - 18 : . 25 106 -.*-' ; ..T1.2'7?. . - > .- MO '. 0 -.- '.. 89.5 .71' ' ^20 - . 0 'rr.- 98.2 70.2'-'' ; >¿.21 . >40 98.5 - - - 70 ' 22 Q<V- 98 .. 6S.8 . 23 - o 9s¡5 ; r Y2

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Geo. B. Shakespeare, ' SURGEON DISTIST. ¿-Í?Í:HÍVS: commenced practice in Longreach, and; i?«:ièmay. be^ consulted ;at". his . office in ^Eagle '^s:' jTsti-eet ^next"Commercial Hotel).< ' PHONE 304, % - 4i. & CHURCH, CHURCH A CHURCH, "T-1"?- - LD.Q. ~T\ ^ . DENTAL SURGEONS, ^ " BOLSOVER STREET, ~* " ' ROCKHAMPTON, ^ and Eagle Street, LONGREACH, ÍPhoñc 203.) -^.h^>ttÍ~"r'? ':^-'-V'"Vl'-:'''l''' -'",- ' ? '"' «\ DR. HOPETMIGHOD T, and \ ~ " /DR. WATSON BROWN, ; - :: -Having entered into partnerahip\ may .. be i consulted at ' the Surgery in "Emu ^ ' - Street- * , x ^ Dr. Michod.9.30 to ll a.m. " .. : . .. 5 to 5 30 p m - ' Dr. 'Blown v ..12 to 1p.m. - -Dr. 'aviichodirTrPhone 15. . Dr. j-Brc^yn-'Phone 75;.-- - :-r ... Surgery^rr-PÍioneJ-39. , . ....... . 34 A N -N O U N C E M E N T. : JOSEPH, KENNA& ?Q., Ijbseph Kenna, F.Û.P.A., . F.F.I.A.... F.C.LS. yfHarold F. Jones,. A.C.P.A., A.F.I.A. . fcitiWo.':'have the .pleasure in .announcing1. 'i that iwe have ad...

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